Victor Elisha Myers (1881-1926)
Charles Langley Evans (1866-1902)
Moses Rheem Wetzel (1843-1941), who taught himself to type at the age of 80.
John Foster Pinkerton (1837-1932), who bought himself a typewriter
after losing the use of a hand.
Anacleto Ignatius Gonsalves (1921-2000), Messa typewriter factory in Portugal.
Harold Fagan LeDuc (1895-1963)
John Batchelor (1928-1985) is seen at the Lazy Susan in the Smith Corona factory in West Bromwich outside Birmingham in England.
John Gilbert Gibbons (1925-2015) was a mechanic in IBM’s Department 593 at Lexington, Kentucky. He was awarded an $1100 bonus for his suggestion to improve the half back-space mechanism on the Selectric by replacing the compression spring, bracket and clip with a torsion spring. John had started work as a 16-year-old coal miner and after serving with the airborne army in WWII he worked in a rock quarry before joining Nutone Door Chimes in Cincinnati, Firestone Rubber in Michigan, Frigidaire, Chrysler Airtemp and AC Delco in Dayton. Eventually he lied about his work experience to get a job as a tool and die maker before joining IBM as a model maker and manufacturing engineer in 1960, a year before the Selectric was launched. He retired in 1989.
Walter Daniel Bauer (1897-1956)
Andrew Salikan (1924-2011)
Rufus L. Porter (1897-1979)
A 1927 business card from the Texas Typewriter Company in Dallas
(Marvin Ellis Knight, 1902-1999)
Howard Roger Garis (1873-1962) and Uncle Wiggly
Edward E. Phillips (1888-1938)
Emmerentinuo 'Emory' Waterum Bremer (1899-1968)
Alan Van Dyck Bucher (1908-2002) in World War II.
Charles Frederick DePriest (1871-1959)
Alfred Haugner (1904-1991)
David Liberman (1868-1946) had his typewriter modified to an ABCDE keyboard.
Allan Douglas Ladd (1906-1972) was the alignment supervisor
at the L.C. Smith factory in Syracuse.
Frank Fisher Garside (1885-1962)
John Lawton McCarty (1910-1974)
Norman Katkov (1918-2009)
John Franklin Otwell (1866-1941)
Frank Albert Smith (1995-1960) typing for the Wisconsin Central Railway in NYC.
John Lane and owl (1903-1975)
Frank Letterie (1922-2008) in WWII.
Harry Stanley Horn (1900-1976)
Don Adams (1915-2006)
Farris Ellis Myers (1910-1999)
John Woodman Fogg (1883-1959)
Roger Haskell Cross (1890-1979)
Sabath Anthony Mele (1922-2017), right, was a player, manager, coach and a scout in Major League Baseball. As a manager, he led the Minnesota Twins to their first American League championship in 1965.
Simon Caldwell Spight (1928-2012)
William J. Miller (1912-1989)
Vernon Woodville Dunn (1897-1960)
William Donohue Ellis (1918-2000)
Thomas Donovan Flynn (1881-1964)
Waldo John Burke (1907-1989)