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Early typewriters were crude, rudimentary, difficult to use. Then, in 1867, Christopher Sholes, Carlos Glidden, and Samuel W. Soule invented the first modern typewriter, which allowed writers to type faster than they could write by hand. The inventors soon sold the patent (US 79,265) for $12,000 to Densmore and Yost who made a deal with E. Remington and Sons, sewing machines and gun manufacturers. In 1873, Remington began production in Ilion, New York, on what would be known as the Sholes and Glidden Type-Writer. Our logo is the 1868 patent drawing of that device, the great grandmother, we would argue, of the computers we compose on today.

 

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