Sholes

[shohlz]
noun
  1. Christopher La·tham [ley-thuh m, -thuh m] /ˈleɪ θəm, -ðəm/, 1819–90, U.S. inventor of the typewriter.
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Historical Examples of sholes

  • Remington produced the beautiful Sholes and Glidden typewriter in the 1870's.

  • Sholes died in 1890, having also helped by many minor devices the increase in the use of writing-machines.

    Inventors

    Philip Gengembre Hubert

  • In 1868 Sholes invented what is usually considered the first practical typewriting machine.

    Invention

    Bradley A. Fiske

  • The river obliges the men to undergo great fatigue and labour in hauling the Canoes over the Sholes in the Cold water naked.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark

    Meriwether Lewis and William Clark


British Dictionary definitions for sholes

Sholes

noun
  1. Christopher Latham. 1819–90, US inventor, who invented (1868) the typewriter and sold the patent to the Remington company (1873)
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