Invented in 1850, The Hughes Typograph was an early example of a typewriter for the blind. The hardware was made of brass while the base was mahogany. Its inventor was W. Hughes, Director of the Henshaw Institution in Manchester, England. The Hughes Typograph was an index (keyboard-less) typewriter.
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