The History of the Ampersand
Jonny Gibson
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Interesting to read here that the ampersand is currently gaining in popularity and considered a trend. It was very widely used in place of “and” in written correspondence throughout the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, as noted by those who have read historical documents and personal letters from these eras.

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