Current Methods of Teaching Handwriting. I

Frank N. Freeman
The Elementary School Teacher
Vol. 12, No. 9 (May, 1912), pp. 427-436
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Current Methods of Teaching Handwriting. I

Notes and References

This item contains 17 references.

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    "Some Issues in the Teaching of Handwriting," Elementary School Teacher, XII, 1-7 and 53- 59, by the author
Bibliography of Systems of Teaching and Copy-Books Used in The Cities From Which Reports Were Received and Consulted in The Preparation of This Survey
  • 1
    Barnes' Natural Slant Penmanship; American Book Co., New York.
  • 2
    M. E. Bennett, Method in Teaching Writing; Bennett Publishing Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • 3
    Berry's Writing Books; B. D. Berry & Co., Chicago.
  • 4
    California State Series-Writing; Published by the State, Sacramento, Cal.
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    Economy System of Penmanship; Laurel Book Co., Chicago.
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    Gilman Copy-Book; Thompson-Brown Co., Boston.
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    Houston's Writing Slips; Harry Houston, New Haven, Conn.
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    Medial Writing Books; Shaylor & Shattuck, Ginn & Co., New York.
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    New Era Series-Semi-Slant Writing; Eaton & Co., Chicago.
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    Palmer Method; A. N. Palmer Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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    Philadelphia Public Schools-Instructions for Teaching Penmanship; M. G. Brumbaugh, Walther Print., Philadelphia.
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    Platt R. Spencer's Sons, Practical Writing; American Book Co., New York.
  • 13
    Standard Free-Hand Writing; Christopher Sower Co., Philadelphia.
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    Steadman's Graded Lessons in Writing; American Book Co., New York.
  • 15
    Whitehouse System of Practical Writing; Silver, Burdett & Co., New York.
  • 16
    J. C. Moody, Writing Hour; Chas. E. Merrill & Co., New York.