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Thursday, 26 March 2015

L.Ron Hubbard's Typewriters

6 comments:

Erik Jaros said...

So much BS from one Remington Noiseless...

Robert Messenger said...

Agree with you entirely Erik. Nonetheless I think the claims made in association with these typewriters warrants giving these a run here. I am especially fascinated by the use of Olivetti Doras.

Richard P said...

"Under-wood"?

"Super Seven"? That's not a model 7 but an 8 or 9.

And in that early photo, LRH is using a Remington 10 or 12.

More mysteries about a Genius.

Richard P said...

Actually, it looks like in that early photo, that is a very rare Remington Electric! Check out the angle of the keys and the size of the base.

shordzi said...

source?

Robert Messenger said...

Richard: Yes, I did notice the size of the base and wondered if it was an electric, but not knowing much about the early Remington electric I didn't mention it.
Georg: If you read the post you will see there the title page of the book. ISBN 1-57318-060-2, published 1997, L. Ron Hubbard Library.