First standard phonographic reader in the corresponding style. Andrew J. Graham.
First standard phonographic reader in the corresponding style

First standard phonographic reader in the corresponding style

New York: Phonetic Depot, [1860]. 12mo, pp. 82, [2]; lithograph title page and text in lithographed phonography; original cloth, decorative gilt title on upper cover, marbled edges; light wear, textblock split, half title or flyleaf lacking, very good and sound. Next to the Pitman brothers Graham was one of the most well-known and successful of the English shorthand developers. His system was an offshoot of Pitman. Westby-Gibson p. 76. Item #54011

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