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Bivort Sténophile Stenograph

Wanted: Bivort Stenophile Typewriter

The Stenophile was a stenographic typewriter made for taking shorthand dictation. Though most shorthand machines were meant for court settings, the Stenophile was marketed towards secretarial use. It was invented ca.1904 by Charles Bivort of Paris, France. At least 2 different models were produced: one with an open frame, like the example on this page, and another with an enclosed frame. (La Sténophile Bivort, machine a stenographier)

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