2 edition of history of the typewriter found in the catalog.
history of the typewriter
G. C. Mares
p. 315-318, advertising matter.
|Statement||By Geo. Carl Mares.|
|LC Classifications||Z49 .M22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ℗ ., 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||10015961|
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Before personal computers, word processors or even electric typewriters, virtually every office and home had a manual typewriter. Invented in the early 18th century, this machine rose to popularity in the 19th century, ruling the world of letters for more than a century. Nov 06, · This book is the first to streamline typewriter history, with beautiful pictures, concise pertinent historical information, and details such as typewriter dimensions, weight, and original cost. The quality, layout, and attention to detail of this book is outstanding/5(36).
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The Story of the Typewriter: (Herkimer, NY: Herkimer County Historical Society, ). A history of the typewriter on the 50th anniversary of the first Remington, by the local historical society in the county of NY where it was manufactured.
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The Daugherty Visible of was the first frontstroke typewriter to go into production: the typebars rest below the platen and hit the front of it.
With the Underwood ofthis style of typewriter began to gain ascendancy. The most popular model of early Underwoods, the #5, was produced by the millions. Apr 27, · Pellegrine Tarri made an early typewriter that worked in and invented carbon paper in InWilliam Austin Burt invents the typographer, a predecessor to the typewriter.
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Inthe Italian Giuseppe Ravizza created a prototype typewriter called Cembalo scrivano o macchina da scrivere a tasti ("Scribe harpsichord, or machine for writing with keys"). Finally, inthe American inventor Christopher Latham Sholes read an article in the journal Scientific American describing a new British-invented machine and was inspired to construct what became the first practical typewriter.
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InMark Twain claimed that Tom Sawyer was the first manuscript to ever be fully typed.This book is about those encounters — in particular thousands of Chinese characters versus the typewriter and its QWERTY keyboard.
Thomas Mullaney describes a fascinating series of experiments, prototypes, failures, and successes in the century-long quest for a workable Chinese typewriter.