Office on Wheels Keeps Employees Close to the Job (May, 1939)

Office on Wheels Keeps Employees Close to the Job
TO SAVE time and footwork on the part of employees, officials of a German museum in Munich rigged an office on wheels that could be rolled through the corridors and exhibition rooms during an inventory of museum displays. Desks, typewriter, wastebasket, and bench were mounted on a caster-wheel hand truck, as shown in the photograph at the right. A museum attendant pushed the mobile office from one exhibit to the next.

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