Wanted: Herrington Typewriter
The Herrington was as basic as any typewriter got. Its saving grace was the handsome brass and wood aesthetic in which it was produced. The Herrington was patented in 1884 by George H. Herrington and David G. Millison and it was produced ca.1886 by the McClees-Millison Type-Writer Company of Wichita, Kansas. The Herrington typewriter sold for $5, case inclusive. The Millison was a domestic variant of typewriter. For markets outside the U.S. it was rebranded as the Universal Simplex.
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