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 Bar-Lock typewriter, among others. Spiro's music typewriter would have been manufactured by the Columbia Type-Writer Company of New York, NY.
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