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The Office Copying Revolution
History, identification and preservation


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This history of office copying with all its invention and variation – from typewriters to laser printers – is an invaluable reference manual. It is a comprehensive history of office technology throughout the twentieth century, with detailed descriptions of the copies produced. Companies that made the equipment and copy products, as well as trade names, copying methods, papers, dyes and stencils are all covered in this richly illustrated book with more than 400 images.

Ian Batterham, a Senior Conservator at the National Archives of Australia, provides expert advice on preserving the many copies that are the legacy of the revolution in office technology.

Author: Ian Batterham
Publication Date: 2008
Pages: 216

ISBN 978 1 920807 63 4

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