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National Museum of Scotland

'Executive' electric typewriter with bold-face type and dull grey crackle finish, by I.B.M., 1957

"How can I believe in God when there's so much suffering?" - bethinking.org

IBM Selectric - state of the art back in the 70's. you could change the font by changing a ball that the letters were on - big advance from previous machines

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It's so little! (Actually I remember in the late 60's at the University of IL seeing their computer which basically took up an entire room.)

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typerwriter ball - You could change the ball out to get a different font - like Italics.

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Vintage Smith Corona Coronet Electric Typewriter with Carrying Case

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Vintage Underwood 660 electric typewriter

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Vintage Smith Corona SL575 / Working Electric Typewriter / Vintage Typewriter / Grey Typewriter / Retro Smith Corona Typewriter / Old Decor

Vintage Smith Corona SL575 / Working Electric Typewriter / Vintage Typewriter…