When I spotted this Underwood Master, 1939, across a crowded room at the Heart of Ohio Antique Center, a few months ago, I flew to his side and made him my own. Okay, he needs a little work; the keys are stiff and he needs a new ribbon. Still, a bargain at $30.
The Underwood Master became truly famous after a publicity stunt at the 1939 World's Fair in New York. A gigantic 14 ton working model was constructed, earning the title "The World's Largest Typewriter". It took paper 9 x 12 feet and the ribbon was 5 inches wide and 100 feet long. Thank god, my Underwood isn't quite so large.
There is nothing to writing.
All you do is sit down at a typewriter