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Semantography Series: 1 to 100

Series Number Title Pages Comments
001 100 Symbol Elements 2 Promotional pamphlet that appears in many publications.
002 Drawings of Language Symbols 18 Excellent outline of the Semantography system; completely devoted to symbols.
003 Drawing of Typewriter Keyboard 10 Various arrangements of typewriter keyboards to enable typing of Blissymbols.
004 What is Semantography? 2 General explanation of Semantography.
005 A Librarian's Recommendation of Semantography 1 Support letter.
006 What Scientists Think of C.K. Bliss' Semantography 9 Support for Semantography.
007 Here's a new World Writing 2 Promotional pamphlet for Semantography.
008 Bertrand Russell's Testimony on Semantography 2
009 A Simple Semantics for the Citizen 1 Australian Psychological Centre's invitation to a lecture by Charles.
010 News Item 1
011 Leaflet Letter on Semantography 2
012 The Inventor of an ingenious Universal Script 1 A reprint from the General Motors-Holden's magazine 'People'.
013 Bliss' First Lecture on Semantography at Sydney University 1 Invitation.
014 Sydney University Poster 1
015 to 017 Semantography, the Medium for Unesco 1 Promotional pamphlet that appears in many publications.
018 Letter to Australian Publishers on Semantography 1
019 Letter to Librarians on Semantography 1
020 Southeast Asia and Semantography 1
021 Letter to Libraries in Southeast Asia 1
022 Leaflet on Semantography and Order Form 1
023 First Lesson on Semantography for illiterate Natives 1 Sheet listing basic symbols.
024 The South Pacific Commission and Semantography 1
025 The Gap in Prehistoric History 12 Examines human warfare.
026 The United Nations Transport Division and Semantography 1
027 Scientific Humanism and Semantography 6 Letter to Oliver Reiser, University of Pittsburgh.
028 Semantography for the Medical Man 4 some symbols as they apply to medicine.
029 Chinese Writing and Semantography 3 Letter to Dr. Backhouse, University of Sydney.
030 International Affairs and Semantography 2 Lecture notes for Australian Institute of International Affairs.
031 The Logic and Semantics of Semantography 33 First attempt at a correspondence course.
032 India and Semantography 2
033 The Movement for World Government and Semantography 4 Address given to a forum discussion.
034 Dr. Frank Laubach and Semantography 2 Letter.
035 James B. Conant and Semantography 1 Letter.
036 The Physical Society of Sydney University and Semantography 2
037 Physics, Semantics, and Semantography: Invitation Leaflet 1
038 Physics, Semantics, and Semantography 10 Notes for a lunch hour address.
039 First Lesson on the Graphics of Semantography 7 Correspondence course.
040 Semantography, the new Medium of Technology: Invitation Leaflet 1
041 Semantography, the new Medium of Technology 6 Text of a lecture.
042 Industrial Emergency Symbols in Semantography 2
043 Semantography for Geologists: Pamphlet for Lecture 2 Blissymbols for geologists.
044 Semantography for Geologists 6 Lecture notes for geologists.
045 Semantography for Young Minds 6
046 Semantography and the Boy Scout Movement 4
047 The Hyphenated Basic English Word List 7
048 A Letter to Librarians 1
049 Professor G. Patrick Meredith, Review of Semantography 8
050 Professors and Students of Sydney University write about Semantography 2
051 The Best Years of my Life 2 Letter to Oliver Reiser.
052 Unified Symbolism for World Understanding in Science 2 Blissymbols on science topics.
053 Sir Richard Paget and Semantography 1
054 Letters to American Students 4
055 Linguistics, Logic, Semantics and Semantography 29 Text for a book.
056 A Children's Primer on Semantography 11 Continuation of Semantography Series 56.
057 Publishing Proposals on Semantography 1
058 How I came to work out Semantography 4 Some biographical notes.
059 Vanderjagt's Formula in Semantography 2
060 To the Friends of this "One Writing for One World" 1
061 The Sydney Morning Herald and Semantography 6
062 Semantography One Writing for One World 8 Reprint from Neuma, Magazine of the Arts Society of New England Univeristy College, Armidale, Australia.
063 Bliss and Semantography 2 Christian Science Monitor on Semantography.
064 Second Lesson on the Graphics of Semantography 7 Part 2 of the correspondence course.
065 Third Lesson on the Graphics of Semantography 7 Continuation of correspondence course.
066 Second Lesson on the Logic and Semantics of Semantography 12 Correspondence course.
067 Third Lesson on the Logic and Semantics of Semantography 8 Correspondence course.
068 Fourth Lesson on the Logic and Semantics of Semantography 10 Correspondence course.
069 A New Universal Writing 2
070 Semantography For Aviation Emergencies 2 Some symbol descriptions.
071 Semantography and the American Lecture Agencies 1
072 The Purpose of my visit to the United States 6
073 In Support of Mr. A.H. Handley's Efforts 4
074 Introduction to the Semantics of Semantography 6 Basic tutorial.
075 Semantography and the Patrons of the Arts 3
076 To the Editors of American Student Papers 1
077 The Societies of Sydney University and Semantography 7
078 The Semantographer 12 Includes historical photos and the story of Semantography.
079 The Sydney University Extension Board and Semantography 1
080 A Logic and Semantics for the People 1
081 The American Humanist Association and Semantography 9
082 The American Magazine Look and Semantography 8
083 Australian Papers and Semantography 3
084 The Rockerfeller Foundation and Semantography 5
085 A Possible Proof and Tool for Dr. Brock Chisholm's Theory on the Cause and Prevention of Human Warfare 10
086 Psycho-Semantics, Adult Education and War 3
087 A Message to Mortals 2
088 A Letter to Bertrand Russell 3
089 A London Publisher and Semantography 2
090 The United States Educational Foundation and Semantography 16
091 The International Scientific Radio Union and Semantography 2
092 Dr. Everingham's Carbograms 8 Chemical Shorthand for Organic Formulae.
093 An American Publishing House, A Literary Award and Semantography. The Story of the Approach to Houghton Mifflin of Boston. 6
094 Professor Joseph Needham and Semantography 2
095 Pidgin English and Semantography 1
096 A Letter to British Librarians 1
097 Two Professors of Mathematics and Semantography 1
098 Pamphlet on the Contents of Chapters of the 3 Books on Semantography 14
099 Reflections and Report on the Results of all the foregoing Issues of the Semantography Series No. 1 - 98 20
100 Catalog of the First Hundred Issues 8