Royal Model 10 Instruction Packet
The packet of instructions which shipped with the Model 10 Royal typewriter. This includes the 8-page booklet "Instructions for the Care and Use of the Royal Typewriter Model 10" (publication A-100), the envelope in which these instructions shipped (which contains printed upon it "Instructions for Unpacking," form [B?]-185), and a folded sheet of quick instructions entitled "Yout Might Just As Well Save this Money For Yourself". The envelope is presented at 70 percent of its original size so as to fit with the other scans. The final folded sheet is presented as three pages (the cover and back (cover right-side-up), the inside (unfolded), and the back and cover again (back right-side-up).
The icon at left links to a presentation of this booklet at The Internet Archive, where it may be read online. Here is a local copy of the PDF (39 Megabytes): royal-typewriter-model-10-instruction-packet-0600rgbjpg.pdf
Royal Portable, Directions (1926)
The Royal Portable Typewriter: Directions for Its Use and Care . [No location]: The Royal Typewriter Company, Inc., 1926. Publication No. A-225-English.
This booklet has an unusual format where pages 3 through 10 are half-pages (occupying the bottom half of what a full page would be). This allows them to be turned while the illustrations on page 2 and page 11 (to which they refer) remain visible. To accomodate this, I've scanned the booklet "2-up." When viewed in a regular PDF viewer, the booklet should just display 2-up, as you would read the paper original. But if you view it online using the Internet Archive's online viewer, you should select the the "1-up" presentation. (The online viewer doesn't know about my 2-up scanning, so telling it to display 1-up makes it display the 2-up scans one at a time.)
The icon at left links to a presentation of this booklet at The Internet Archive, where it may be read online. Here is a local copy of the PDF (76 Megabytes): royal-portable-typewriter-directions-1926-0600dpijpg.pdf
The Royal No. 10 instruction packet was published in the US without copyright notice at a time when such notice was required to secure copyright. It therefore passed into the public domain upon initial publication. This digital reprint remains in the public domain.
The copyright on the 1926 Directions for the Royal Portable Typewriter was not renewed, as was then required. It therefore entered the public domain upon the expiration of its initial copyright. This digital reprint remains in the public domain.
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