The Williams Typewriter Company of Derby, Connecticut was purchased by Jerome B. Secor in 1906. Jerome changed the company name to the Secor Typewriter Company, stopped producing the Williams and then began the production of three separate Secor models. The company marketed its typewriters as the "Standard Visible Writing and Billing Machines." Between the three models there were a total of about 7,000 typewriters produced.
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