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> What I think is that this was Ned's little April Fool's prank on
> techwr-l. My guess is that the scan is of a manual printed in the 1950s.
My thoughts exactly at first. However, the URL given looks genuine and
ten years ago I did work for a company who wouldn't replace pre-WWII
manuals for cost reasons. For every old, but still sold product, they
kept one (no longer pristine) master, which they photocopied as
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