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JF Ptak Science Books Picture Post
I think that this bit of technical machination might wind up in the you'll-put-your-eye-out category of cross-application conveniences. The image appeared in Technical World magazine for May, 1920.
Posted by John F. Ptak on January 10, 2012 at 08:06 PM in Absurdist, Unintentional, Future Punk | Permalink
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