The following description, published only two years after the introduction of the Sholes & Glidden “Type Writer,” is mostly boilerplate, but it does include one interesting nugget: the author ends, calling the machine a “writer.” This is a name that ultimately did not stick.
The Courier and Argus (Scotland), April 5, 1876 –
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Nice little piece of history there! Thanks for sharing!
Hard to meme in 1876, I suppose 😀