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The typewriter collection contains over 125 typewrites from 23 manufacturers spanning the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, from at least ten countries (United States, Japan, China, East Germany, West Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, England and the Nethelands).The museum contains at least one typewriter from each decade since the 1880s. Martin were on the History Channel television show Modern Marvels episode called "Retro Tech" which originally aired on December 19, 2008.Finally, typewriters began to use daisy wheel elements which were a flat wheel with the letters radiating out from the center like the petals on a flower.Typebar typewriters were still made up until at least the 1980s for electric typewriters, however, and are still made today for manual typewriters.Typewriters were quite expensive when new, sometimes exceeding the equivalent cost of a laptop computer today.They are also very finely crafted and cool machines.I remember using one at my dad's office and one while dog sitting.
I took a typing class in summer school after ninth grade. Rather, I would write them out in long hand and sometimes do a second or third draft. When I was a law clerk and young lawyer, the shift was being made from typewriters to computers. One IBM Selectric typewriter had a "mag card" machine which stored the keystrokes in memory and could be used to reprint or revise a document, but without any screen.Finally, the QWERTY keyboard is used even on computers today - not because it is the most efficient pattern, but because it is the pattern everyone knows.Indeed, a secretary from 1900 magically appearing today could easily type on a computer today.A manual typewriter made today works in basically the same way as a manual typewriter did over 100 years ago!People also still use typewriters today especially to fill in pre-printed forms or to type a quick envelope or label.