- 8.5 linear feet (6 boxes, 4 v., 2 oversize folders).
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- Biography (note)
- Horace Grant Healey (1867-1938) was a practitioner of the art of penmanship.
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- MssCol 1366
Healey, Horace Grant, 1867-1938.
Horace Grant Healey penmanship collection, 1878-1911.
- Restricted Access
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of scrapbooks, notebooks and posters, all of which contain writing specimens. Scrapbooks include calling cards, letters, envelopes, flourishes, photographs, and various samples of penmanship sent to Healey. Other writing samples are penmanship exercises and assignments done by students. Also, some photographs of correspondents.
Horace Grant Healey (1867-1938) was a practitioner of the art of penmanship. His career included teaching in New York City schools and affliation with the Penman's Art Journal and its successor, Business Journal.
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