Wanted: The Granville Automatic Typewriter
The Granville Automatic Typewriter has a thrust-action typebar setup similar to later Adlers and Wellingtons. Unlike Adlers and Wellingtons, though, the Granville was not commercially successful. Its production began ca.1896 in Providence, Rhode Island by the Mossberg & Granville Manufacturing Company. The typewriter's inventor and namesake was Bernard Granville and it could be argued that the Granville Automatic was the successor to Bernard's ill fated Rapid typewriter.
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