These are items that are not letters, for those who want to practice writing from longhand something other then a business letter.
This was from an old Gregg Writer. The plates on the internet are scanned really bad and it's pre-anniversary, so I'll let you write the shorthand plates (they called them plates, but it was just the written shorthand section). Please post in the Your Shorthand board and if you can provide a link (or ask me and I'll link them up).
From the book Shorthand Dictation Studies, 1939. Anniversary Edition.
This isn't the entire article, just a page, so you'll practice words that you won't encounter. Great practice for you. You will notice that the last student wrote out some of the outlines on the page so it looks off.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922