Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In this 1970 photo, computer technology instructor Alan B. Carter oversees a student using a teletype machine. A rotary telephone receiver is plugged into the “teletypewriter” as she types onto a roll of white paper inside the machine. Now largely obsolete, the teletype machine was used to communicate typed messages from point to point over a variety of communication systems.
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