Monday, September 30, 2013

Desert Sunsets and Plexiglass Cubes

As the sun began to set in the desert and the golden rays of the sun light up the mountains and cacti I made a delivery of typewriters to the Glendale Community College North campus for the exhibit. I was able to snag a few pictures of the campus and the typewriters in the library.














13 comments:

  1. A very professional and tidy exhibit indeed. Any of the machines acting as a guestbook?

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  2. I see reflections of plexiglass cubes in my dreams. Humidity controlled. And plinths.

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  3. Beautiful. I'm sure visitors will enjoy the display.

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  4. This is great. I love the Royal Mill and HH tandem.

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  5. My favorites are the Corona 3, the Remington 12, the Olympia SG1 and the Selectric! Those exhibit cases look fantastic, they really showcase the machines. Congratulations!

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  6. As one who grew up with typewriters as respected but everyday tools (my first, an Olympia SM3) was acquired as a high school junior), it seems very odd, almost un-nerving, to see typewriters encased as untouchable museum exhibits. This is not to take anything at all from the display, which is admired. It is good to see typewriters celebrated.

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  7. If a typewriter is not being typed upon, getting shown off for all and sundry to admire isn't a pretty satisfactory use for one's assets I reckon.

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  8. How do you choose the "Magic Margin user of the month?"

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