Wanted: Barrett Typewriter
The Barrett was named after inventor Glenn J. Barrett. It was produced ca.1904 by the Barrett Typewriter Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The typewriter had a circular, upstrike typebar arrangement with a single-shift, four-row keyboard and a ribbon inking system. In Old English, the typewriter was marked with a capital "B" on the typebar cover in front of the carriage. Glenn Barrett went on to invent the Fox typewriter.
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