Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

This photo is taken from a flyer announcing word processing classes offered on campus during the day, evening, and on Saturdays. The flyer notes that the new machines “seem almost like magic. A button is pressed and personalized letters are printed at high speeds or a portion of a catalog is ‘called up’ from electronic memory for immediate display and editing on a visual screen.” The campus also continued to offer typing courses (85AB Automated Typing) on the basic operation procedures for the IBM Electronic 50, Memory, and Mag Card II typewriters.
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