By the way, I now notice that "Linda Arvidson" is in small print underneath "Mrs. D.W. Griffith" on the title page—hadn't noticed that.
Did you read the comment under the book? It is an interesting thought. I can't wait to look at this; I'm going to put it on my kindle.donnie wrote: ↑Fri May 05, 2017 2:07 pmSure! https://archive.org/details/whenmovieswereyo00arvi
I'm quoting this for clarity. Here is a good example that I just happened upon in the November 1912 issue of the magazine. It's a good point! My thinking is they probably had people write in asking why they say tho and thought they needed to address it. This is just the second time I've seen it addressed.
I actually had a lot of fun learning cursive in 2nd grade. We used shaving cream right on the desks, and in 3rd grade our teacher took sand from Florida (white sand, I grew up on the Jersey Shore, and the sand was not white!) And practiced tracing letters with our fingers. Good memories, but I realize not all teachers were as good as ours.
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