From: Uncle Roger <>
Date: Thu Jun 12 20:40:27 1997

At 03:20 PM 6/11/97 -0700, you wrote:
>A printer is a printer, but since nobody really looks upon these as
>collectible, they are the most likely to be overlooked or sent to the
>scrap heap. A big problem is that they often weigh a lot and are a
>burden to store. Nonetheless, I have recently started to collect the old

The Computer History Association of California has printers in its
collection, and (I think) is as interested in saving printers as anything

P.S., I'll put in a plug for the CHAC here... Good org, great mag, everyone
should join/subscribe. For more info, see <>. (I am,
btw, on the board of directors, but mostly I'm just handy for getting the
container doors closed. 8^)

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Uncle Roger "There is pleasure pure in being mad that none but madmen know."
Roger Louis Sinasohn & Associates
San Francisco, California
Received on Thu Jun 12 1997 - 20:40:27 BST

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