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Really BIG Stuff !!!



Parade with Royal Typewriter 


Railroad Flatcar Seemingly Carrying a Huge Remington Typewriter No. 11, 1911 


28,000 Pound Underwood Typewriter No. 5, 1915

 
Parade with Underwood Typewriter, 1915. This is the same typewriter pictured immediately above. For another photograph of this machine, also taken in 1915, click here. You will be taken to Connecticut History Online. After looking at the photograph, 
click the "Back" button on your browser to return to this page.


14-Ton Underwood Typewriter, 1940


 
 


First three typewriters:  Vintage postcards courtesy of the Museum of Business History and Technology.

Typewriter Eraser, Scale X, 1999, by Claes Oldenburg & Cosje Bruggen, 
National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, The Mall, Washington, DC.

Pencil, Caran d'Ache factory, Geneva, Switzerland

Rubber Stamp Tree, Hirschhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, The Mall, Washington, DC.

Paper Clip, BI Commercial College, Sandvika, Norway, photo by Lars Roede

NCR Pavilion, 1939 New York World's Fair

Rubber Stamp Tree, Subcommittee, 1991, by Tony Cragg, Hirschhorn Museum 
and Sculpture Garden, The Mall, Washington, DC.

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The Answer to Consul the Educated Monkey's Problem
on the Early Office Museum Kids' Page is:
8 x 11 = 88

To see Consul's Problem, click here.

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The Answers to the Matching Game on the Early Office Museum's
Pencil Sharpener Imposter Page are: 

A
4, B 5, C 6, D 1, E 3, F 8, G 2, H 7, I 10, J 9, K 11

The first three are all bean slicers (in German, Bohnenschneidmaschinen, Bohenhobel, Bohnenschnitzer).

To see the Pencil Sharpener Imposter Game, click here and scroll down..

 

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