Saturday, August 11, 2012

National Accounting Machines

In the 1950s and 1960s the National Cash Register Company of Dayton, Ohio ran a series of ads that showed their products being used by workers (secretaries) of nationally recognized companies. These workers and companies were so excited about these machines that weighed two tons and had the memory capacity of a Hannah Montana candy-filled cell phone that they couldn't wait to share the news of their good fortune.

National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Accounting Machines


National Alpha-Digit Post-Tronic Machines


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2 comments:

crow said...
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Pie Shops said...

I got most of these from old Newsweek magazines. A couple are from New Yorker magazine.