'Classic' typewriter?

From: David Wollmann <dwollmann_at_ibmhelp.com>
Date: Sun May 3 14:34:37 1998

At 09:11 AM 5/3/98 -0700, you wrote:
> Yes, you read correctly. One of the local thrift stores turned up a Xerox
>'MemoryWriter 630' for all of $8.00. Since I was in the market for
>something to fill out forms with, and curious about the MW series in any
>case, I picked it up (with a grunt -- these are not light!).
> No CRT on this one, though I understand that was one option. If anyone
>happens to have a user's guide, accessories, options, or diskettes for this
>beast, please let me know.

I recall finding a couple of web pages devoted to classic typewriters
several months ago. I would imagine you could probably find some useful
information on at least one of them. I wonder if Xerox is any better than
IBM about supporting old hardware? It might be worthwhile to call a couple
Xerox repair shops about parts.

> Thanks in advance.
>Bruce Lane, Sysop, The Dragon's Cave BBS (Fidonet 1:343/272)
>(Hamateur: WD6EOS) (E-mail: kyrrin_at_jps.net)
>"Our science can only describe an object, event, or living thing in our own
>human terms. It cannot, in any way, define any of them..."

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