I remember my first typewriter when I started college in 1965. It was an Olympia manual typewriter and you needed the correction paper to type over mistakes. The ribbon was on a spool. When you got to the then, you reversed it and started over. When I went to seminary in 1974, I got a Sears electric typewriter that had the cartridges that inserted in the side. You had black cartridge and a white correction cartridge.
Edit: Remembered: Had a fellow seminary student who could type 90 words per minute! He had a part-time job at an insurance company typing claims. Wonder why!
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