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The Library of Congress
by Oden, Charles Vonley, 1864-
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154 p. incl. illus., facsims. 23 cm
Topic: Typewriters
Northeastern University Library
by Sullivan, J. W. N. (John William Navin), 1886-1937
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ix, 249 p. 20 cm
Topic: Relativity (Physics)
Computer Chronicles
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A look at some of the best new products introduced at the annual COMDEX show in Las Vegas. Demonstrations include the Cyrix WebPAD, Instant Language 2000 from LanguageForce, the C Pen from C Technologies, and Avid Cinema for Windows. Also includes highlights of the keynote speeches at COMDEX including those of Microsoft's Bill Gates, Compaq CEO Eckhard Pfieffer, and Xerox Chief Scientist John Seely Brown. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: comdex, trade show, las vegas
Community Images
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IBM Memory 100 Typewriter and Memory Typewriter Operating Instructions S-543-0709-06 International Business Machines Corporation, 1974, 1979
Topics: IBM, Word Processor, Wordprocessor, Memory Typewriter, Memory Typewriter 50, Memory Typewriter 100,...
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Internet Archive
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In October of 1996, engineers at the the San Francisco-based Internet Archive launched their first web crawlers, taking snapshots of web pages. At the time, the World Wide Web was only 2.5 terabytes in size. In 1996, it was still impossible to predict how large the World Wide Web might become. Even in those early days of the Web, broken links (404 errors) were a growing problem, and it was clear that most Web pages were short-lived. Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat invented a system for...
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Topics: wayback machine, Internet Archive, web archiving, Brewster Kahle, Bruce Gilliat
Emilio's Unforgotten Music
by Lola BEETH - Sopran
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Lola Beeth left only 4 recordings for G & T (the Sängerlexikon gives only three). The Sängerlexikon also mentions a Homophon recording, which I do not know. The G&Ts are: 43620 Der Schweinehirt (Skandinavian Folksong „Per Svinaherde“), Matrix 17 y 43621 Das Blumenorakel (M’ama, non m’ama – Mascagni), Matrix 28 y 43622 In meiner Heimat (Hildach), Matrix 30 y 043049 Die Jüdin: Er kehrt zurück (Halévy), Matrix 4 z All recorded 1904. I can present two of them here and will...
Topics: Beeth, soprano, Grampohone & Typewriter, early recording before 1908
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. magazine :: Electronic Design :: Electronic Design V22 N07 19740401
This 194? black and white US Navy Training Film MN-1512d Advanced Typing – Duplicating and Manuscript provides the basics for using a typewriter to prepare masters for duplication. Various typewriters are shown in use. A female Navy instructor explains how to make a master for duplicating machines. This includes placing the sheet inside the Copi-Rite stencil holder, shifting the ribbon indicator to the stencil position, inserting it into the typewriter, and adjusting the paper bail rollers. A...
Topics: Stock Footage, High Definition
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
by Varityper Corporation
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Varityper Service Manual
Topics: Varityper, Coxhead cold composition, typewriter
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
by Varityper Corporation
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Varityper Parts Catalog
Topics: Varityper, typewriter, Coxhead, cold composition
Catalogs Inbox and Contributions
by Remington Typewriter Company
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"Remington Notes," Vol. 4, No. 7 (May 1918). A house organ "published for stenographers and typists by the Remington Typewriter Company." This number is notable for an obituary (and portrait) of William K. Jenne (1837-1918), the now unknown engineer who actually made the typewriter work
Topics: typewriters, william k. jenne
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
by Remington Typewriter Company (1893-1927)
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40 p. 8vo
Topic: Shorthand
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
by Office Machine Americana
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Typewriter manual
Topics: typewriter, remington, upstrike
Million Book Project
by Frederick Bodmer
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Marcin Wichary Typewriting, Type, and Keyboard Collection
by Underwood
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The book is ostensibly 16 pages, I’m not sure if two were missing, or irrelevant
Topics: typewriter, artyping, art, underwood, ascii art
IBM
by Duke University Libraries
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Business and Financial Services
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