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Columbia Music Typewriter
Columbia Music Typewriter


The Columbia Music Typewriter was an index writing machine for musical notation invented by Charles Spiro, ca.1885. This was the same Charles Spiro that invented the Columbia Index and Bar-Lock typewriters, among others. Spiro's music typewriter would have been manufactured by the Columbia Type-Writer Company of New York, NY.

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