8 thoughts on “Ghost Town Typewriters

  1. There was once a Molle on our local auction site. It went quite high!
    I think it was designed by a typewriter repairman who wanted a machine which was easier to take apart – at least that’s what I remember.

  2. Greetings,
    I’ve managed to land here on your site and find it fascinating. I appreciate your pipe-smoking robot in the header and your posts. We too are a home-schooling family and as always I’m happy to find others. I’ve 1942 and 1965 Smith Corona typewriters that I just typed a letter to a friend on today (1942 model). There’s nothing like the Clickity Clackity of the keystrokes. It reminds me of my childhood and all of the reports I had to type using my dear Mother’s old Underwood. My best to you.

    • Hey, thanks for visiting! I’m glad you enjoy the blog. I don’t have as much time as I’d like to post, but that’s just life. So are you a pipe-smoker as well? (Never mind. I did a quick jump to your blog and noticed you were. I’ll go back and check it out some more. Looks very cool!)

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