Milestones, Jun. 17, 1940

STERLING ELLIOTT was the first

man to build an addressing machine with tracks through which address cards were pushed to addressing position.

And because Elliott Address Cards will run through an Elliott Addressing Machine either end foremost, forms that must be addressed near the top edge may be inserted top edge forward, while forms that must be addressed near the bottom edge may be inserted bottom edge forward.


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