Wanted: Anderson Shorthand Typewriter
The Anderson was a stenographic typewriter made for taking shorthand dictation, usually in a court room setting. It was invented by George Kerr Anderson and manufactured by his company, G.K. Anderson of New York and New Jersey. There were at least five various models produced of the Anderson including a folding version as well as examples with full cast iron bases and wood bases.
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