Typewriter of the moment: E. B. White, in rural Maine


E. B. White writing in his boat shed overlooking Allen Cove, 1976, using a portable manual typewriter.  Photo by Jill Krementz, from  her book, The Writer’s Image.

E. B. White writing in his boat shed overlooking Allen Cove, 1976, using a portable manual typewriter. Photo by Jill Krementz, from her book, The Writer’s Image.

Someone much more familiar with typewriters may be able to identify the machine.

Don’t you love the way the water looks as though it’s a painting, a work of art, hanging on the wall?

Turns out White was very fond of Dachsunds.

E. B. White at work, with his Dachsund looking on.

E. B. White at work, with his Dachsund, Minnie, looking on.

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Below the fold, the Tweet that inspired this post, from Jon Winokur.

2 Responses to Typewriter of the moment: E. B. White, in rural Maine

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    White did not use the same typewriter all the time, obviously.

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