4 comments

  1. Highly skilled job, very labor intense to get the copy done for the rush print hr, always rushing into events.

  2. My dad operated one of these for 45 years at the Breeze in Taylorville. As a child, I was fascinated by the complexity of the machine–thousands of moving parts. It actually produced lead type from molten lead as the typist entered it. The keyboard layout was completely different from the qwerty standard. I think the top row was etaoinshrdlu.

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