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Rip Van Winkle – Gregg Shorthand – 2nd Edition – 1921 PreAnniversary

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Rip Van Winkle – Gregg Shorthand – 2nd Edition – 1921 PreAnniversary
Original Title Rip Van Winkle – Gregg Shorthand – 2nd Edition – 1921 PreAnniversary
Author Washington Irving
Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0
Topics Shorthand — Gregg, Shorthand — Texts, Gregg Shorthand, Rip Van Winkle, Printed in Gregg Shorthand
Publisher Gregg Publishing Company
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
Book Type EBook
Material Type Book
File Type PDF
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Scan Quality: Best No watermark
PDF Quality: Good
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This is the second Gregg Shorthand version of Rip Van Winkle. It was published in 1921 and matches the 1916 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand manual. The shorthand plates were by Harriet M. Johnson. This version was later included with four other Gregg Shorthand novels in the 1927 collection book “Short Classics in Shorthand.”There are 2 other versions of Rip Van Winkle in Gregg Shorthand:–The first Gregg Shorthand version of Rip Van Winkle was published in 1914 and matches the 1902 Pre-Anniversary Gregg Shorthand manual.–The third version was published in 1931 and matches the 1929 Anniversary Gregg Shorthand Manual with plates by Winifred Kenna Richmond. In 1933, this version was included in a box set “American Classics in Gregg Shorthand” with 4 other Gregg Shorthand books.This book was copyrighted on 2-14-1921, but it entered the public domain as soon as it was first published. There is no copyright notice in the book. Any book first published in the US before January 1, 1978, without a proper copyright notice immediately went into the public domain at the time of publication. There are also no copyright notices in any of the other individual Gregg Shorthand novel versions of existing works, such as Alice in Wonderland, Rip Van Winkle, the Great Stone Face, etc. All copyrights belonged to the original material. Back then, the US Copyright Office did not allow Gregg to copyright shorthand novels based on existing literary works.
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