Edna G. Robeson
"A Word at a Touch." That was the slogan for the Logotype combination stenograph and typewriter. It was invented ca.1923 by Edna G. Robeson of Atlanta, Georgia and it would have been produced by the Atlanta Model Machine Co. About its operation, Michael H. Adler wrote in his book, The Writing Machine, A History of the Typewriter, "Constant keys were in rows to the left and right, and formed grooves, one for each finger except the index. It printed upper-case Roman characters on paper tape with orthographic fidelity but with erratic spacing."