As soon as I saw the words “The art of Screwing” on page 152) I knew I had to get out my flatbed… and take a picture with it! Richard Polt’s new book “The Typewriter Revolution” had me at “The”!
Many thoughts come to mind while one types…
I liked the eraser holder (also good for pencils), it looked “cool”… it is responsive; quick and fun!! The No. 5 has a ribbon selector and no holder… I like this one better!!!
Not in the best shape… but I pressed the keys to see if I could get this one off the ground and into the air and for the most part it did what Butterfly’s do… float and bounce from here to there at its own pace and way.
I limit my watch wearing these days… I use to think I had to keep track of time all the time.
Put ten miles on my bicycle… my first miles this year. Wonder’s of wonders the world seemed fresh and full of hope at the end and I wanted to do more… so I picked up my 1906 Underwood #5 and kept having fun!
Just typing away into a new century on a l03 year old fox.
Being in the holiday mood I offer 18 pages from a 1914 Harris Visible brochure in PDF form (click on link to view).
Happy thanksgiving to everyone…