From The Phonetic Journal, October 28, 1899 –
Robert Messenger blogs about the Hood invention here.
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Once again a fascinating look at early typewriters. It is a shame the typewriter for a blindman did not survive. I am doing research on late 19th and early 20t century communications devices for the blind and would be interested in learning of other machines or devices or in communicating with others who have a similar interest
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