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> Subject: RE: old school
> > From: Suzette Leeming [mailto:suzette -dot- leeming -at- gmail -dot- com]
> > I've used typetype machines, and those machines that made copies (I
> > forget the name, but you used the typewriter to punch holes in the
> > paper and put it on an inked drum).
> Mimeograph? That has a drum and makes "dittos" of things, at
> least that's what I heard the copies called. But I don't
> know about the hole punching thing.
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