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Publisher/Studio:New York: Underwood
Helen Ridgely was eager to except modern technology in almost every way, except for the introduction of electricity to Hampton. In addition to being a camera bug and owning automobiles, she began using a typewriter by the 1890s. This Underwood Standard No. 5 was probably the second model she acquired. She typed the manuscript to her second major published work, Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia (1908), on it.
Material: Metal. H: 34.7cm, W: 25.2cm, D: 21cm.
Location:535 Hampton Lane Towson,Maryland 21286