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Everett Shorthand Society Certificate for Joseph W. Mellor

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Date

1 March, 1895

Identifier

Mellor Papers, Box 10, folder 4

Publisher

Unpublished

Abstract

Joseph David Everett (1831-1904) was an English physicist and professor of natural philosophy at Queen’s College, Belfast. Everett invented a shorthand system, a competitor to the well-known Pitman system. This certificate is signed by Everett and certifies that Mr J. W. Mellor, as a member of the Everett Shorthand Society, has sufficient skills in writing and reading shorthand to teach others. Mellor used Everett shorthand in many of his notebooks.

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Everett Shorthand Society, “Everett Shorthand Society Certificate for Joseph W. Mellor,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed January 23, 2022, https://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/8883.

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