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Fernschreibmaschine mit Telefonanschluss Die neue Fernschreibmaschine, die Stenotypistin für grosse Entfernung, ist das Neueste der Bürotechnik. Der Apparat ist an das Telephon angeschlossen. Er heisst Teleprinter und kann Tausende von Apparaten gleichzeitig in Bewegung bringen.
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English: A teletypewriter in 1930
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Photographer Illger, Willi
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-2008-0516-500
Notes 1930s female hair fashion, 1930
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This picture could use more identification. What teleprinter is this? It's not a Model 12 or a Model 15; it looks like some very early design, like an early Morkrum. The picture may be from 1930, but I think the machine is older. ("John Nagle" on Wikipedia.)

A similar machine is shown at [1]. This is in the Liverpool War Museum.[2]. Still haven't identified the machine, though. ("John Nagle" on Wikipedia.)

This is a Creed Teleprinter Number 7, from 1931.[3][4] ("John Nagle" on Wikipedia)

Are you sure? This photo was taken in 1930, while the Creed Teleprinter Number 7 was (according to your source) only introduced in 1931? --Wosch21149 (talk) 20:41, 15 July 2014 (UTC)

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