Wanted: Visigraph Typewriter
The Visigraph was one of the last typewriters to have been designed by inventor Charles Spiro. It was first produced ca.1912 by The Visigraph Typewriter Company and then by the C. Spiro Manufacturing Company, both of New York. Unlike Spiro's previous efforts, like the Bar-Lock, Columbia index typewriter and Columbia musicwriter, the Visigraph was very traditional. It had a standard four-row keyboard and a frontsrike typebar arrangement which were elements inline with what other major manufacturers were offering. The final iteration of this typewriter was named the Federal Visible after the company that was producing it at the time, the Federal Adding Machine Company.