Silent Sunday: 28/05/2017



  1. Wonderful! Is there a date on that letter? 🙂

  2. Haha that should keep the wandering typists away. 🙂

  3. Love those old typewriters. My first one was a 1940s model, passed to me from my Mum’s office at the time. I used to have great fun, hammering out my stories.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Ah, I remember typewriters. We have one in our basement that we’re keeping (for now anyway) for one of our daughters.


  5. A long time since a still life Sue. I always enjoy the glimpses into the past that these posts offer. When I was rifflingbthrough archives in Melbourne I came across typewritten letters from publishers: I’d forgotten how uneven the letters could be.

  6. I’m going to type very noisily! 🙂 🙂 Not silent, but black and white…

  7. Lovely to see an old typewriter again, I had much fun on my mums when she had one.

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