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By:
Holly Green

Day 16 of the 2011 Wordcount Blogathon and I am still going. Whew! I believe I am halfway through. Today I thought I would pass along something I received from a woman named Morgan Bailey on Linkedin. I enjoyed looking through the pictures of some of the literary greats on their typewriters and hope you do too.

Key workers: writers at their typewriters – in pictures

Since Mark Twain became the first author to submit a typed manuscript with Life on the Mississippi in 1883, authors have been devoted to their machines. As manufacture of typewriters comes to a close

, we look back on some of the iconic images of creators at their keyboard

    • Authors and typewriters: Authors and typewriters

      Journalist Hunter S Thompson working at his ranch circa 1976 near Aspen Colorado.Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
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Comments on: "Saying Farewell To Typewriters" (1)

  1. nerdinsider said:

    Reblogged this on nerdinsider.

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