The Typewriter book is 336 pages and a handsome size of 9 x 11 inches and it weighs in at nearly 4 pounds. There's a special uncoated section for a selection of ads from the 1880s-1890s plus an extra mini booklet insert on "How to be a Super Secretary" from the 1950s.

Filled with images and advertising spanning over a century, the graphic story of The Typewriter is presented in a unique way. Through the vintage ephemera, readers will discover the history of not only the machine, but the progression of society through very interesting times. From the industrial revolution to women entering the workforce, from one World War to another, from the home to the office, from collegiate life to Hollywood and pop culture... 

The dark linen cloth spine of the book was inspired by the tweed on a typewriter case from 1956. This photo shows a book mockup; the actual book will have gold foil on the spine where the title and logo will be imprinted.

The dark linen cloth spine of the book was inspired by the tweed on a typewriter case from 1956. This photo shows a book mockup; the actual book will have gold foil on the spine where the title and logo will be imprinted.

336 pages, hardcover

linen-wrapped spine with gold foil

mini booklet insert

over 900 images