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XEROX: This was the beginning of office copying. (Oct, 1961)

This was the beginning of office copying.

This is the end.

This is the Xerox 914 Copier. (What other copying machines were to carbon paper, the 914 is to other copying machines.)

The 914 makes permanent copies on ordinary paper. Your great grandchildren will be able to read Xerox copies.

The 914 Copier is versatile; anything you can see, it can copy in black and white. Even if there’s blue in the original (ball point signatures) or yellow (traffic forms) or red (rubber stamps). What’s more, copies can be made from books or rigid materials. The original doesn’t move.

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After October 1, kiss your masters goodbye. (Apr, 1965)

After October 1, kiss your masters goodbye.

The remarkable new Xerox 2400 will he available.

A whole new breed of machine. A machine that knows no master. A machine that makes all the copies you want right from the original. A machine that makes copies too fast to be a copier. A machine that makes copies so simply it couldn’t be a duplicator.

The new 2400 makes 40 copies a minute, 2400 copies an hour, of anything printed, written or drawn—from all colors —automatically.

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A UNITIZED MICROFILM SYSTEM… (Dec, 1961)

Here’s a better, more practical way to reproduce engineering drawings

A UNITIZED MICROFILM SYSTEM…

1. saves time of engineers, file clerks, draftsmen

2. saves space—compact card files replace bulky drawing files

3. saves materials and mailing costs

Turn out high-quality prints on ordinary paper by xerography!

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