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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Typewriter Erasing Shield


typewriter
Originally uploaded by a1scrapmetal.
A small bent oblong of metal.
on the front it says...
"NE-TO ERASING SHIELD
AND WORD MEASURING RULE
FOR ERASING PLACE NE-TO UNDER WORD TO BE ERASED AND ON TOP OF CARBON PAPER - NEVER UNDER CARBON PAPER.
COMPLIMENTS
MINERAL WAX TWINS
CLEAN & GOOD
Who Typify the likeable Qualities of Ribbons and Carbon paper.
THE COLUMBIA CARBON Co
LOS ANGELES,CAL
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED"
The back has a small piece of green felt glued to it.
Thank you again Angelica.

4 Comments:

Blogger holeart said...

circle, hole, point, poem, dot, map, mandala, short letter… you can call it as you wish.
The project, started in 1992 and entitled as “... circular things”, was now reactivated as a daily and non-stop edition in holeart.blogspot.com.
To participate just send a single 10cm diameter paper circle work by normal mail (please do not send by e-mail because of technical problems).
send to: César Figueiredo / apartado 4134 / P-4001-001 Porto / Portugal

29 November, 2005  
Blogger swapatorium said...

All we have to do these days is hit the delete button! Carbon paper days must have been messy!

06 December, 2005  
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10 December, 2005  
Blogger hazel said...

I like using the old typewriters..we still have a really old one I use now and again..always get covered in ink..they are fun to tinker with.

11 December, 2005  

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