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Poem: “Typewriter and Typewriter” (1893)

While the British adopted “typist,” as opposed to calling the operator the machine a typewriter, Americans were slow to adopt the term, sometimes preferring typewritist, as in this poem.

The National Stenographer (Chicago) June 1893 –

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  • Norman Ball January 19, 2022, 7:42 pm

    Thank you for a delightful piece of social history

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