Armstrong, R. (1901). Glossography: A system of short-hand based upon the principle of genetic analogy between writing and speech. For general use in correspondence, common business, literary, amanuensis and school work. Chicago: Libby & Sherwood Printing Co..MLA Citation
Armstrong, Robert, M.D. Glossography: A System of Short-hand Based Upon the Principle of Genetic Analogy Between Writing And Speech. For General Use In Correspondence, Common Business, Literary, Amanuensis And School Work. Chicago: Libby & Sherwood Printing Co., 1901.
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