"A complete and concise instructor in penmanship for teachers and pupils everywhere who desire to acquire a good handwriting, to gather inspiration and to learn more of the truths concerning this subject.”
Originally published in 1938 and developed from the teachings of the late 1800s and Tamblyn’s life experiences himself, the purpose of this book is to teach and inspire using lessons from some three generations ago, when life revolved more fully around one’s ability to write legibly by hand. Published by Zillers of Kansas City, this revised Eight Edition includes 44 additional pieces of original art created by F. W. Tamblyn.
Designed to be used both by teachers of handwriting as a textbook of sorts to accompany them as well as for students to learn without placing themselves under the instruction of a teacher of writing.
174 pages; Spiral-bound; 8.5” x 5.5”