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    179639-1

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    6824 x 9218 pixels (8498 Ko)

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    179639-2

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    4479 x 4500 pixels (4564 Ko)

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    84946-14
    Un des premiers modèles de machine à écrire. Etats-Unis, vers 1875.
    © Underwood Archives / The Image Works / Roger-Viollet
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    4800 x 3919 pixels (2800 Ko)

    © Underwood Archives / The Image Works / Roger-Viollet
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    38925-4
    Machine à écrire. Cryptographe automatique système Alexis Kohl relevé pour montrer le mécanisme d'encrage. Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers, 1923.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    3150 x 4538 pixels (1148 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    5874-16
    La première machine à écrire (1848) de Charles Thurber (1803-1886), inventeur américain. Gravure, "North American Review", juin 1888.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    4954 x 3567 pixels (2433 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    11415-19
    Machine à écrire "la Dactyle électrique" (début du XXème siècle). Gravure de Poyet.
    © Roger-Viollet
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    4455 x 3192 pixels (1791 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    11399-10
    Exposition de machines à écrire en Angleterre : l'une des premières machines et une machine Remington Noiseless (1925).
    © Roger-Viollet
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    3645 x 2732 pixels (583 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    38869-16
    Machine à écrire de Hammonia brevetée par Guhl en 1884.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    5050 x 3560 pixels (1655 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    1216-14
    John Pratt's typewriter from 1866.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    3772 x 2769 pixels (1051 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    48924-18
    Secrétaire avec une machine à écrire au papier inépuisable. 1935.
    © Imagno / Roger-Viollet
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    1979 x 3543 pixels (678 Ko)

    © Imagno / Roger-Viollet
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    574-3
    "Dactyle" typewriter. Paris, National school of engineering and technology, 1905.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    4966 x 3453 pixels (1375 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    14587-20
    Publicité des machines à écrire Remington. 1899.
    © Roger-Viollet
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    2335 x 3979 pixels (936 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    38870-2
    Machine à écrire de John Pratt. 1865.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    4930 x 3447 pixels (1545 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    13877-11
    L'un des premiers modèles de machines à écrire Remington. Paris, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers. 1923.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    3582 x 4669 pixels (1477 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    39589-4
    World War One. Blind soldier using a Villey machine for shorthand and writing, designed for the blind. France, 1916.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    5544 x 3990 pixels (1589 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    39080-3
    Mr Berger copiant un livre avec une machine à écrire le braille (pour aveugles).
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    3726 x 4735 pixels (1602 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    33305-5
    Machine à écrire en caractères chinois. Publicité par Yutang. Octobre 1947.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    5880 x 3374 pixels (1329 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    21270-5
    La machine à écrire "Orga-Privat" de Hans Fallada (1893-1947) avec une lettre à son éditeur Rowohlt, dans son ancienne maison à Carwitz (Mecklembourg, Allemagne), aujourd'hui un musée. 1997.
    © Ullstein Bild / Roger-Viollet
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    1477 x 2048 pixels (1085 Ko)

    © Ullstein Bild / Roger-Viollet
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    39592-5
    World War One. Constançon typewriter (precision work from Lausanne) in Braille for blind soldiers, 1916
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    5424 x 3966 pixels (2146 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    11398-15
    Machine à écrire "The Caligrah". New York (Etats-Unis), 1924.
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    3594 x 4645 pixels (1440 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    1203-9
    Underwood typewriter.
    © Roger-Viollet
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    4150 x 2698 pixels (559 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    50144-7
    Ouvriers assemblant des machines à écrire modèle "Lettera 22" de la marque Olivetti . Ivrée (Italie), 1955-1960.
    © Luigi Figini / Alinari / Roger-Viollet
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    1836 x 2642 pixels (1127 Ko)

    © Luigi Figini / Alinari / Roger-Viollet
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    2466-14
    Typewriter Remington.
    © Roger-Viollet
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    3352 x 2980 pixels (1084 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    54671-2
    Judy Martin, jeune femme secrétaire, montrant une machine à écrire décorée par Bob Lee. Photographie extraite d'un livre imprimé par Illinois Bronze Powder & Paint Co, et regroupant divers modèles de transformations d'objets anciens ou démodés.
    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    3253 x 3454 pixels (1409 Ko)

    © TopFoto / Roger-Viollet
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    39313-5
    Machine à écrire de poche "virotyp".
    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    4014 x 5482 pixels (1410 Ko)

    © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet
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    122779-28
    "Machine à écrire Idéal". A. Roux, 14 rue du Quatre-Septembre. Affiche illustrée. 1900. Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris.
    © BHVP / Roger-Viollet
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    6915 x 5147 pixels (4636 Ko)

    © BHVP / Roger-Viollet
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