To the Stenographer
Title:
To the Stenographer
PM 1911 Dec-4

Description:
Here's to the queen who pounds the key, Who makes you often forget your wife. With smiling face tries hard to please; She's the one bright spot in the office life.


Secretary Typing
Title:
Secretary Typing
Linen unused

Description:
Working for $35.00 a week and sitting on a fortune!



Thinking of You
Title:
Thinking of You
Linen unused

Description:
And waiting for your "Hello"!


Olivetti "Spazio" Furniture Showroom
Title:
Olivetti "Spazio" Furniture Showroom
Continental Chrome unused



The Letter
Title:
The Letter
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Paper in a Brother electric typewriter, with LOVE typed into the shape of a heart. The keyboard is tied with a red bow. Bertrand Le Pautremat, paper artist.


The Poet's Typewriter
Title:
The Poet's Typewriter
Continental Chrome unused



Typewriter's Supplies
Title:
Typewriter's Supplies
PM 1913 Jun-11


Edna May, The Schoolgirl
Title:
Edna May, The Schoolgirl
unused



I NEED A PARTNER
Title:
I NEED A PARTNER
PM 1912 Nov-23


The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
PM 1907 Sep-19

Description:
Little Tillie Typewriter tapping the keys, Spelling like Teddy-aint she the tease! The pride of the office-also the boy Say! she's a dandy! oh joy! oh joy!



The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
PM 1907 Oct-23

Description:
You've seen her, the gay office belle, whose "gentleman friends" are all "swell"; Her clothes are so "grand" That she can't understand Why she'd be expected to spell.


Who's been here since I've been gone
Title:
Who's been here since I've been gone
unused



You're A.1
Title:
You're A.1
unused


TYPEWRITER AND SECRETARY
Title:
TYPEWRITER AND SECRETARY
PM 1908 Feb-17



$100,000 Underwood Typewriter
Title:
$100,000 Underwood Typewriter
PM 1915 Oct-8


Daydreaming On the Boss's Time
Title:
Daydreaming On the Boss's Time
PM 1911 Mar-4

Description:
A secretary stares off into space. A 'thought cloud' drifts above her head, containing a vision of her wedding day.



Do You Mean Business?
Title:
Do You Mean Business?
unused

Description:
A little secretary sits typing at her desk. She's being harassed by a boy in a sailor suit.


Girl typing
Title:
Girl typing
unused

Description:
Vera Paterson Sa machine est la cause de notre brouille.



I'm Going to See Your Pa
Title:
I'm Going to See Your Pa
PM 1914 May-18

Description:
Typed by a small boy with a pillow roped to his butt.


Office Rules - Secretary at Typewriter
Title:
Office Rules - Secretary at Typewriter
PM 1911 May-12

Description:
We Have no busy day. We only make a bluff at it.



Office Work Is Very Pressing
Title:
Office Work Is Very Pressing
PM 1907 Sep-11


Safe at Last - Women with Typewriter
Title:
Safe at Last - Women with Typewriter
PM 1906



Secretarial Valentine
Title:
Secretarial Valentine
PM 1908 Feb-18

Description:
E. Curtis Just a line o'type, my love, To say you will be mine.


Secretary Takes Dictation While Sitting On Boss's Lap
Title:
Secretary Takes Dictation While Sitting On Boss's Lap
PM 1909 Sep-1

Description:
Business demanding close attention.



Secretary Typing
Title:
Secretary Typing
unused

Description:
Keyboard Series 65-6 Click-Click-Click the live-long day, My heart keeps time to the tune you play.


The $100,000.00 Typewriter
Title:
The $100,000.00 Typewriter
unused

Description:
An Exact Reproduction of "The Machine You will Eventually Buy" An Underwood Typewriter 1728 times larger than the Standard Underwood. Weight 14 tons - 28,000 lbs. Dimensions in action 21 feet wide by 15 feet high. Writing daily at the Underwood.



The Giant Typewriter
Title:
The Giant Typewriter
PM 1905 Dec-21

Description:
Weight 28,000 pounds. Writing daily at the Underwood Exhibit, Palace of Liberal Arts, Panama- Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Cal. "The machine you will eventually buy"


The High Sign
Title:
The High Sign
PM 1919 Jun-23



The Typewriter
Title:
The Typewriter
PM 1911 Feb-14

Description:
Aurochrome Series A13 We're on to you, you're very bum; You cannot strike a key straight. You sit there just to play goo-goo With poor old Mister Staylate.


Things are Running Pretty Smoothly
Title:
Things are Running Pretty Smoothly
PM 1909 Nov-8



Typewriter
Title:
Typewriter
PM 1910 Sep-20

Description:
As a typewriter you are a fake, And you are not worth the money you take. Your spelling is rank, You're just a plain crank, And rather asleep than awake.


Why Don't You Write?
Title:
Why Don't You Write?
PM 1914 Aug-3

Description:
A little girl in a hat, standing on a stool in front of an office desk. She types, "Why Don't You Write?"



With Love and Devotion
Title:
With Love and Devotion
PM 1909 Feb-8

Description:
Cupid typing on a typewriter that has flowers for keys.


Woman at Typewriter, Man At Desk
Title:
Woman at Typewriter, Man At Desk
PM 1911 Mar-28

Description:
K.V.I.B. Series 20, 12



Couple in Office
Title:
Couple in Office
Real Photo unused


Woman Typing on Monarch Typewriter
Title:
Woman Typing on Monarch Typewriter
Real Photo PM 1911 Jun-8

Description:
"Tired at Three O'Clock?" "No Sir! I use the Monarch!" Utah Typewriter Exchange company, Dealers. Salt Lake City, UT.



Monarch Typewriter Company, Milwaukee, WI
Title:
Monarch Typewriter Company, Milwaukee, WI
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Jun-19


Souvenir of the Danbury Fair, October, 1905 - The Postal Typewriter
Title:
Souvenir of the Danbury Fair, October, 1905 - The Postal Typewriter
Norwalk Connecticut (CT), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Oct-7

Description:
Price $25.00. The only low-priced typerwriter combining Universal Keyboard, powerful manifolding and mimeograph stencil cutting. Factory and offices, Norwalk, Conn.



Remington Standard Typewriter - A few of the Skilled Employers
Title:
Remington Standard Typewriter - A few of the Skilled Employers
Ilion New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
A few of the skilled Employers of Remington Standard Typewriter Factory.


The Underwood Typewriter Depot
Title:
The Underwood Typewriter Depot
Manchester, Divided Back unused

Description:
Pictured: 1908 World's Speed Record Beaten by Miss Rose L. Fritz, on the Underwood typewriter. Also World Champion in 1905,1906,1907. The Underwood Typewriter Depot, 31 Mosley Street, Manchester.



A Very Safe Typewriter
Title:
A Very Safe Typewriter


Description:
Valentine Series 308 "Though you're anything but brilliant as a pounder of the keys, There is one sort of employer whom you certainly would please; I mean the man afflicted with a jealous, watchful wife, For your ugly mug would surely never cause domestic strife."


Edna May in "The Schoolgirl"
Title:
Edna May in "The Schoolgirl"
Real Photo unused



Smith Premier No. 10, Grand Prix Paris 1900 Brussel 1910
Title:
Smith Premier No. 10, Grand Prix Paris 1900 Brussel 1910
Divided Back unused


A Man's Busy Day
Title:
A Man's Busy Day
Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-4



Pleasure Before Business - More to Follow
Title:
Pleasure Before Business - More to Follow
Divided Back


Stuck on the Typewriter
Title:
Stuck on the Typewriter
Divided Back unused



There'll be a Hot Time in the Old Town To-Night
Title:
There'll be a Hot Time in the Old Town To-Night
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-2

Description:
Series 217


Birthday Greetings
Title:
Birthday Greetings
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6502 I wish I had a million dollars to give you, but I'll send what I have, my very best wishes



Man and Two Women using Typewriters in an Office Setting
Title:
Man and Two Women using Typewriters in an Office Setting
Real Photo unused


Couple at Flower Covered Typewriter Table
Title:
Couple at Flower Covered Typewriter Table
Real Photo unused



Typewriter Supplies
Title:
Typewriter Supplies
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 698/32


Why Don't You Write?
Title:
Why Don't You Write?
Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-16

Description:
Series 106-5 Little GIrl Typing a Letter



Miss Bertha Button Face
Title:
Miss Bertha Button Face
Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
George Jervis "The Button Family" These cards are difficult to scan since they do not lie flat. The image may be blurry, dark or have dark shadows, but the actual card is in perfect condition.


Greetings Sailor!
Title:
Greetings Sailor!
Linen unused

Description:
Here's wishin you the very best of Everything wherever you Go! - Don't forget to send us a line from Berlin or Tokyo! Your Old Gang



Royal Typewriter
Title:
Royal Typewriter
Hartford Connecticut (CT), Divided Back unused

Description:
Royal Typewriter Building 364-366 Broadway, New York Royal Typewriter Factory, Hartford, Conn.


Remington Standard Typewriter
Title:
Remington Standard Typewriter
Ilion New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-2

Description:
A large Remington shipment from Ilion, N.Y. Copyrighted 1911 By Geo W. Thompson



Remington Standard Typewriter
Title:
Remington Standard Typewriter
Ilion New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1913 Jul-30

Description:
The typewriter that made Ilion famous.


First Home of the Oliver Type Writer
Title:
First Home of the Oliver Type Writer
Epworth Iowa (IA), Real Photo PM 1907 Oct-17

Description:
A view of the Oliver typewriter factory.



Women Shamm Dictate to Ye Mere Men
Title:
Women Shamm Dictate to Ye Mere Men
unused


Monarch Typewrtiter Co. at the Court of St. James
Title:
Monarch Typewrtiter Co.
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Title:
Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


The 14-Ton Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Title:
The 14-Ton Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Linen unused

Description:
Operating Daily at the New York World's Fair The Largest in the World Operates Daily at the Underwood Elliott Fisher Exhibit in the Business Systems and Insurance Building at the New York World's Fair. This huge machine, weighing 14 tons, is 1,728 times larger than the regular Underwood Master. Each typebar weighs 45 pounds and the carriage alone weighs 3,500 pounds. Letters are typed on "stationery" measuring 9 by 12 feet, and the ribbon in the machine is 100 feet long and five inches wide. Two boxcars were required to transport the Giant to the World's Fair.



Remington Typewriter Field Day
Title:
Remington Typewriter Field Day
Ilion New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jan-21


You have ruined my machine
Title:
You have ruined my machine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1331



14 - Ton Giant Underwood Typewriter
Title:
14 - Ton Giant Underwood Typewriter
Linen unused

Description:
The giant Underwood Master Typewriter The Largest in the World Operates daily at the Underwood Elliott Fisher Exhibit in the Business Systems Building at the New York World's Fair This huge machine, weighing 14 tons, is 1,728 times larger than the regular Underwood Master. It required 3 years to build. Each typebar weighs 45 pounds and the carriage alone weighs 3,500 pounds. Letters are typed on the "stationary" measuring 9 by 12 feet, and the ribbon in the machine is 100 feet long and five inches wide. Two box cars were required to transport the Giant the the World's Fair


Don't Finish the Rest
Title:
Don't Finish the Rest
Divided Back PM 1909

Description:
Theochrom Series 1097 instead talk to me. But she lifts up her finger admonishingly



The Giant Typerwriter
Title:
The Giant Typerwriter
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giant Typewriter, Weight 28,000 pounds. Weighting Daily at the Underwood exhibit, Palace of Liberal Arts, Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Franciso, Cal. Grand Prize, Highest Honor Panama Pacific International exposition, awarded to the Underwood Typewriter. "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy"


Cupid typing a letter
Title:
Cupid typing a letter
Divided Back PM Feb-13

Description:
I love thee dear



Oliver Typewriter Co.
Title:
Oliver Typewriter Co.
Divided Back unused

Description:
"Halloa! I'm engaged to go into a nice office, and I'm to have a new Oliver the Standard Visible Writer - with all the latest improvements." "You lucky girl!" "Yes I am delighted it's to be an Oliver."


The Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Title:
The Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Linen unused

Description:
The Giant Underwood Master Typewriter. The Largest in the World. Operates Daily at the Underwood Elliott Fisher Exhibit in the Business Systems Building at the New York World's Fair. This huge machine, weighing 14 tons, is 1728 times larger than the regular Underwood Master. It required 3 years to build. Each typebar weighs 45 pounds and the carriage alone weights 3500 pounds. Letters are typed on “stationery” measuring 9 by 12 feet, and the ribbon in the machine is 100 feet long and five inches wide. Two box cars were required to transport the Giant to the World's Fair.



Copy This Please
Title:
Copy This Please
Divided Back unused

Description:
Office


Let Me Take The Liberty
Title:
Let Me Take The Liberty
Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-08



Typewriter, Secretary
Title:
Typewriter, Secretary
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-02

Description:
You say something's, she likes much better, and not intended for the letter.


A Toast To Ye Stenographer
Title:
A Toast To Ye Stenographer
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-13

Description:
Here's to the queen who pounds the keys, Who makes you often forget your wife, With smiling face tries hard to please: She's the one bright spot in office life. typing



The Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Title:
The Giant Underwood Master Typewriter
Linen unused

Description:
Operating Daily at the New York World's Fair 1940. The Largest in the World. Operates Daily at the Underwood Elliott Fisher exhibit in the Business Systems Building at the New York world's Fair. This huge machine, weighing 14 tons, is 1,728 times larger than the regular Underwood Master. It required 3 years to build. Each type bar weighs 45 pounds and the carriage alone weighs 3,500 pounds. Letters are typed on "Stationery" measuring 9 by 12 feet, and the ribbon in the machine is 100 feet long and five inches wide. Two box cars were required to transport the Giant to the World's Fair.


Girl w Typewriter
Title:
Girl w Typewriter
Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
Just a line o'type, my love, To say you will be mine.



A birthday Greeting
Title:
A birthday Greeting
Divided Back unused

Description:
May you overtake all the good things to make your whole life a happy one Boy with typewriter




Total: 77 Items