Typewriters from times past

November 10 – Blogging is certainly a new extension of the keyboard for us older folk. I tried to find our ancient manual typewriter the other day, but it is hidden somewhere up in the attic.  However, here are couple pictures of our other four more “modern” versions.

Chris has already written about recent activities, so I shall be on my way, wishing you a fine evening.  A couple of years ago she was suffering some dizzy spells and looking down at the keyboard made it worse. As a result, she had to delegate the job of typing to me. If that were still the case, you wouldn’t be getting near as many blog entries!

OK, sounds like just about supper time… – DALE

Typewriter1

Brother Charger

Typewriter4

Brother GX-7000

Typewriter2

Smith-Corona

Typewriter3

Smith-Corona XL2900

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One Response to Typewriters from times past

  1. Tammy Hill says:

    Where’s the IBM Selectric? That was my favorite!

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