'Harper's New Graded Copy Books,' 1885Item 74452 info
Maine Historical Society
Horace W. Shaylor's script could be considered a blend between Spencerian Script and the Palmer Method.
Shaylor's letters had fewer flourishes and less shading than Spencer's, but more embellishments than Palmer's.
Shaylor's writing technique encompassed a combination of both finger (reminiscent of Spencer) and arm (reminiscent of Platt) movement.