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The type writer

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Kristyn H

on 3 May 2010

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The TypewrIter Historians have estimated that some form of typewriter was invented 52 times as thinkers tried to come up with a workable design. In 1829, William Austin Burt patented a machine called the "Typowriter" which, in common with many other early machines, is listed as the "first typewriter". There are many kinds of typewriters. There is a Barlock 6, a Barlock 10 (royal), a Barlock (Royal shift), Burnett, Fitch (US), Fitch (British), Fontana Baby, The Franklin, Franklin 7, The Hanson Writing Ball, Imperial A, Imperial B, Imperial D (prtbl), Oliver 1, Oliver 2, Oliver 3, Oliver 3 (nickel), Polygraph 1, Polygraph 3, Rofa 2, Rofa 4, Salter 5 (improved), Salter 6, Salter 6 (improved), Salter 10, Typograph, Williams 1 (curved) and Williams 1 (straight). No printing or typing machines were in commercial productions between 1829-1870. There were multiple version developed by Charles Thurber. He made his first in 1843, it was developed as an aid to the blind, for example the 1845 Chirographer. The Guiseppe Ravizza made a prototype called the Cembalo s rivano o macchina da scrivere a tasti (Scribe HArpsicord, or a writing machine with keys) in 1855. The machine was advancedthat allowd the user to see the writing as it typed it. A Brazillian preist named Father Francisco João de Azevedo created his own typewriter with basic tools and materials in 1861.
On the first model of the writing ball, the paper was attached to a cylinder inside a wooden box in 1870. Notable typewriter manufacturer companies have included E. Remington and Sons, IBM, Imperial Typewriters, Oliver Typewriter Company, Olivetti, Royal Typewriter Company, Smith Corona, and Underwood Typewriter Company it affected those places. The first ever story written on the typewriter was Tom Sawyer. Typewriter
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