Who invented the typewriter?
The first typewriter, a invention made by the Austrian carpenter Peter Mitterhofer in 1864, can be seen at the technical museum in Vienna (Austria).
Christopher Latham Sholes also invented a typewriter. Sholes was a U.S. mechanical engineer who invented the first practical modern typewriter, patented in 1868. Sholes invented the typewriter with partners S. W. Soule and G. Glidden, that was manufactured (by Remington Arms Company) in 1873.
Interestingly, they put all the letters for the word 'typewriter' into the top line, to make it easier for demonstrators.
The actual concept of a typewriter goes back at least to 1714, when Englishman Henry Mill filed a poorly-worded patent for "an artificial machine or method for the impressing or transcribing of letters singly or progressively one after another."
The very first typewriter proven to have actually worked was built by the Italian, Pellegrino Turri in 1808 for his blind friend Countess Carolina Fantoni da Fivizzano.
Sholes applied for a North American Patent in 1873 and his machine introduced the qwerty keyboard. The machine was actually produced by the Remington Arms Company.
The first typewriter was invented and patented by Christopher Latham Sholes in 1867. His design was improved, modified and adapted by other engineers in the late 19th Century.
Typewriter was invented in the early 1847.
the typewriter was invented in 1868 by christopher sholes
A manual typewriter is the typewriter that was used before the Electric Typewriter was invented.
Typewriter was first invented in 1714 , by henry mill
Italian Pellegrino Turri Invented a Typewriter In 1808
Henry Mill invented the typewriter in 1714
He invented the typewriter in 1868 and he was 47 years old.
Invented the typewriter in the United States utilizing the QWERTY keyboard
The typewriter was invented various times in the Victorian period and the 20 th century. It was first invented by Henry Mill, in 1868.
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the typewriter.
It was the typewriter that was invented in 1874!
he invented the typewriter
James Fields Smathers of Kansas City invented the first practical power-operated typewriter in 1914. IBM began in 1941 to revolutionize the typewriter industry by inventing the IBM Executive Electric Typewriter.
The first successful typewriter was invented by Christopher L. Sholes, Carlos Gidden, and Samuel W. Sholes
the typewriter was invented by, Christopher Latham Sholes, in 1520. it was because, we needed to type things instead of writing them
what typewriter was invented in the 1940?
Charles Thuber invented the typewriter in 1843 :)
The first typewriter to be commercially successful was invented in 1867 by Christopher Sholes, Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Christopher Latham Sholes along with Carlos Glidden and Samuel Soule, invented the typewriter. Mark Twain was one of the early users.
sako is the persons name who invented it.
It depends on what you mean by typewriter. The first primitive typewriter was invented in 1575, so its inventor, Francesco Rampazzetto, was the first to use that one. There were many, many other prototypes after that. The first commercially successful typewriter was invented in 1865 by Reverend Rasmus Malling-Hansen of Denmark.
Encyclopedia Britannica says that Thomas Edison invented the first electric typewriter in 1872, but it was only used to report stock market transactions.
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Christopher Latham Sholes
He invented the first practical typewriter.
Italian Pellegrino Turri invented a typewriter in 1808.
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the first practical modern typewriter in 1868
Christopher Latham Sholes invented the typewriter with partners S. W. Soule and G. Glidden
George Blickensderfer was the first person to make a portable typewriter not kidding really.....
Perhaps Henry Mill, who patented the first typewriter in 1714. There are other people that people claim as the inventor, but this is the earliest claim that I can find. The first QUERTY typewriter keyboard was invented in 1873 by Christopher Sholes, one of the many people who were part of inventing the typewriter in its current form.
because people hate writing long leters so they invented the typewriter
The first practical typewriter was invented by Christopher Latham Sholes, and was marketed by the Remington Arms company in 1873.
It was originally the first computer made.
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Christopher Latham Sholes
Christopher Latham Sholes (February 14, 1819 - February 17, 1890) was an American inventor who invented the first practical typewriter and the QWERTY keyboard still in use today.
Printing press in the 1430s by Guttenberg. The typewriter was invented in early 1868 by Christopher Sholes
He invented the typewriter because he belived that a person could type their thoughts faster than writing them
The First Practical typewriter was invented my many Genius inventors but the first commercial successful Typewriter was invented by Christopher in Millwakee , WI , USA . ( Not exactly sure about place , but most of my research gives Millwakee )
A pen and paper!
Adnan Gill ( 1875)
Christopher Sholes's was the one to invent the typewriter:)
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The typewriter was invented by Christopher Sholes in 1868, so I imagine not too long after that people began to use them.
Christopher Latham Sholes (1819-1890) invented the typewriter in 1867. Sholes was a U.S. mechanical engineer who invented the first practical modern typewriter, patented in 1868. Sholes invented the typewriter with partners S. W. Soule and G. Glidden, that was manufactured (by Remington Arms Company) in 1873. He was born February 14, 1819 in Mooresburg, Pennsylvania, and died on February 17, 1890 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.