Sholes


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Sholes

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(Biography) Christopher Latham. 1819–90, US inventor, who invented (1868) the typewriter and sold the patent to the Remington company (1873)
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I'm sure no more than a handful of us knew about it, but last June 23 was National Typewriter Day in America, where Christopher Latham Sholes was granted a patent for the new writing machine in 1868.
| 1872: The first practical typewriter was patented by Christopher Sholes in Milwaukee, USA.
Christopher Sholes was the man who came up with the world's first commercially successful typewriter, on June 23, 1868.
Sholes. (Musical Meaning and Interpretation.) Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018.
and Agnes (Stanek) Lucas; sister, Marjorie Sholes; and daughter, Peggy.
For example, Christopher Sholes started by securing a patent for the typewriter in 1868.
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7, 2018 photo, fire fighters from Yocha Dehe Fire Department work together to put out a grass fire along I-5 at Earl Sholes Memorial Bridge near Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Calif.
Sholes, "Validity of "generalized" equations for body composition analysis in male athletes," Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, vol.
It's an interesting tidbit that the "QWERTY" alphabet layout we now see on keyboards was designed by Christopher Sholes and first appeared on Remington's Sholes and Glidden Type-Writer.
Light JT Jr., Hendrickson M, Sholes WM, Portnoy DA, Bell WH 3 [sup]rd , Kerstein MD.