ETCetera

updated 7/8/11

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ETCetera #51  September 2000 ETCetera #52   December 2000 ETCetera #53   March 2001 ETCetera 54   June 2001 ETCetera #55   September 2001ETCetera #56   December 2001 ETCetera 57   March 2002 ETCetera #58   June 2002 ETCetera #59   September 2002 ETCetera #60   December 2002   This issue includes a rarity and desirability chart for nearly 300 typewriters!ETCetera # 61   March 2003 ETCetera #62   June 2003 ETCetera #63   September 2003 ETCetera #64   December 2003 ETCetera #65   March 2004ETCetera #66   June 2004 ETCetera #67   September 2004

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Welcome to the 2000-2005 home of ETCetera, newsletter for the Early Typewriter Collectors Association, in print since 1987. It's published quarterly and features interviews with fellow collectors, articles on interesting machines, classifieds and many more subjects including other office machinery. We began editorship of ETCetera in the second half of 2000 and continued through the end of 2005. It's been a challenging venture at times, but a satisfying and enjoyable one! Email us at typewriter@writeme.com if you have questions which are not answered here!

Richard Polt, webmaster of The Classic Typewriter Page, is now at the helm of ETCetera. You can get to the home of the current ETCetera if you CLICK HERE.

Back issues of ETCetera are also available. Please write to us with your requests! It's a great way to supplement your ETCetera archives! Check to see which issues you're missing and email us at typewriter@writeme.com for more information!

We'll be updating this page from time to time so stop back!

Your editors emeritis,

Chuck Dilts and Rich Cincotta

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