We are accustomed to product reviews, announcements, and launches, and in several generations, collectors of antique smartphones will have ready access to innumerable source materials. For collectors of antique typewriters, finding source materials can be difficult, but in this age of digital archives, less difficult each time a document is posted on the internet.
In 1895, The Phonetic Journal interviewed W. J. Richardson, a London retailer of the Bar-Lock typewriter, that marvelously ornate machine with a double keyboard. This interview is presented here.
From The Phonetic Journal, Sept. 21, 1895 —
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