Harper's Weekly 11/19/1887
NEW MODEL HALL TYPE-WRITER.
Awarded Medals of Superiority over all its competi-
tors by leading Institutes in America and Europe.
Guarnteed to do better work, and a greater variety,
than any other type-writer in the world.
Interchangeable types, in all languages, $1 per font.
Business houses desiring a type-writer will find this a
practical machine, adapted to every want. Also, a
favorite with clergymen and literary men.
Celia Thaxter, who does all her literary work on this writer, says of it:
“Isles of Shoals, June 12, 1886.
“I have used the Caligraph and other type-writer, and do not hesitate to pronounce the HALL TYPE-
WRITER greatly superior in all respects to any I have seen. Celia Thaxter.”
Agents wanted. Illustrated pamphlets, with price-list, free.
HALL TYPE-WRITER COMPANY, Salem, Mass.