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Z43 .C3 [Info] Collection of Penmanship (Columbus: Zaner-Bloser Co., 1921), by C. C. Canan (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .C737 1864 [Info] Penmanship Made Easy (Boston: Rand and Avery, 1864), by George N. Comer and Oliver E. Linton (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .D37 [Info] Studies in Pen Art (1914), by William Edward Dennis (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .D8 1858 [Info] Gems of Business and Ornamental Penmanship (Pittburgh: P. Duff, ca. 1858), by J. S. Duncan (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .F75 1830 [Info] Practical Penmanship, Being A Developement of the Carstairian System (1830), by Benjamin Franklin Foster (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .H95 [Info] An Introduction to the Art of Penmanship (with an appendix on shorthand; second improved edition; Hartford: O. Cooke, 1821), by Eleazer Huntington, contrib. by Thomas Rees (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .J53 1813 [Info] The Art of Writing, Reduced to a Plain and Easy System, On a Plan Entirely New (Cambridge, MA: Printed for the author, c1813), by John Jenkins (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .K722 1881 [Info] Real Pen Work: Self-Instructor in Penmanship (Pittsfield, MA: Knowles and Maxim, c1881) (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .M5 [Info] Modern Business Penmanship (New York et al.; Chicago: American Book Company, c1903), by Edward C. Mills (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .M82 [Info] Handwriting for the Broad-Edge Pen: A Teachers' Manual (Boston et al.: Ginn and Co., c1926), by Frances M. Moore (page images at HathiTrust)
Z43 .P17 P3 1919 [Info] Palmer's Penmanship Budget (revised edition, 1919), by A. N. Palmer (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .S745 [Info] Compendium of Spencerian or Semi-Angular Penmanship, Embracing Analysis, Exercise, Review, Principle, Practice in Commercial and Ladies' Style: Book 10, For Counting House and Mercantile College Writing Classes, Proficient Students and Learners Generally, Business Forms and Ladies Styles (New York: Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman and Co., 1866), contrib. by Platt R. Spencer (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .S745 [Info] Theory of Spencerian Penmanship, For Schools and Private Learners (New York and Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor and Co., c1874), contrib. by Platt R. Spencer (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z43 .Z285 [Info] Lessons in Ornamental Penmanship (Columbus: Zaner and Bloser, c1920), by C. P. Zaner (multiple formats at archive.org)
Z48 .A438 [Info] How to Use Duplicating Machines (New York et al.: Gregg Pub. Co., c1945), by E. W. Alexander (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
Z49 .A1 O2 [Info] Evolution of the Typewriter (c1917), by Charles Vonley Oden
Z49 .M22 [Info] The History of the Typewriter: Being an Illustrated Account of the Origin, Rise and Development of the Writing Machine (London: G. Pitman, 1909), by G. C. Mares (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
Z49 .T69 1894 [Info] Practical Typewriting: By the All-Finger Method, Which Leads to Operation by Touch (third edition; New York: Fowler and Wells Co., c1894), by Bates Torrey
Z50 .C2 B2 [Info] Complete Caligraph Instructor: or, How to Become Expert in Typewriting (St. Louis: A. J. Barnes, 1890), by Mrs. Arthur J. Barnes
Z51 .N2 I8 [Info] National Machine Shorthand (St. Louis: National Shorthand Machine Co., c1917), by Ward Stone Ireland
Z52.5.S63 B7 1985 [Info] SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Atari Computers (1985), by Charles Brannon (HTML at atariarchives.org)
Z56 .C58 1918 [Info] Clark's Definite Shorthand (Kansas City, KS: The author, 1918), by Francis Chadwick Clark
Z56 .F716 [Info] Stein-Shorthand Manual: High-Speed Shorthand for High-Speed Transcribing (Philadelphia: Stein-Shorthand, c1919)
Z56 .K5 A6 1889 [Info] The Amanuensis: A Series of Reading, Writing and Dictation Lessons, Carefully Arranged With Reference to a Grouping of Words Illustrative of Principles, for the Purpose of Easily and Quickly Teaching a Correct, Rapid and Legible Style of Writing for Amanuensis and Reporting Purposes, in Accordance with the Principles of Lindsley's Takigrafy (4th edition; Chicago: D. Kimball, 1889), by Duran Kimball (page images at HathiTrust)
Z56 .L26 1961 [Info] Your First Year of Teaching Shorthand and Transcription (second edition; Cincinnati et al.: South-Western Pub. Co., c1961), by Marion M. Lamb (page images at HathiTrust)

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