The Sears Direct Printer, which was built upon a modified Hammond typewriter, was invented ca.1900 by Charles Sears of Cleveland, Ohio. The Sears Direct Printer was later rechristened as the American Direct Printer and produced by the American Direct Printer Company which was located on the 6th floor of the Ellastone Building at 90 Prospect Avenue in Cleveland.
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