Re: GPO Manual

Subject: Re: GPO Manual
From: Elizabeth Whitaker <elwhitaker -at- FTC-I -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 18:32:59 -0400

At 05:51 PM 6/28/99 -0400, Bill Sullivan wrote:
>>Question: Does anybody know what the GPO Manual is?
>It's "A Manual of Style : A Guide to the Basics of Good Writing," by the =
>U.S.Government Printing Office.
>I see it on remainder tables at bookstores every so often. says =
>it is out of print. This may or may not be the truth. They also say they =
>will look for a secondhand copy for you.
>Of course, you could check the secondhand shops in your city, or you could =
>try the public library.

The GPO used to have about a dozen bookstores across the country. Also, they
do have a website, which would at least have contact info. Try

I worked for the government for a couple of years in the mid80s and the GPO Manual
of Style was a fixture in most offices.

Unfortunately, I never bought my own copy.

Elizabeth Whitaker

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