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Description: Oliver No. 5 typewriter. Inverted U-shaped typebars. Ribbon reels on vertical axes. Three-row QWERTY keyboard with 28 keys. There are also keys for CAP, FIG, TAB, RIGHT and LEFT. In addition, there are two instruction booklets, one directions card, and one oil instructions card.
Description: Historical Note: The lateral downstroke design typewriter was patented in 1894 by Reverend Thomas Oliver. The Model No. 5 was introduced in 1906.
Citation information: ATF0029, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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