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The VGC PhotoTypositor
contributed by Lou Brooks


Yes, the machine is as big as it looks. It was basically a hybrid stat camera that produced type, one letter at a time, on a strip of photo paper. If the Typositor was well-maintained, you could produce a short headline in about 30 minutes. Extremely popular in the '60s and '70s.


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