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Inventors Paige Typesetter

Mark Twain, James. W. Paige and the Paige Typesetter
From the accounts of the original mechanical engineer, the man who ended up buying it, and the patent attorney -- excerpted from: Typographical Printing-Surfaces: The Technology and Mechanism of Their Production

Mark Twain was also an inventor in his own right. He was granted a patent for a self-pasting scrapbook that worked by having blank pages pre-coated with gum.

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