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Addressograph

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  1. an address labeler and labelling system

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  2. In 1896, the first U.S. patent for an addressing machine, the Addressograph was issued to J.S. Duncan of Sioux City, Iowa

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  3. a development of the invention he had made in 1892

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  4. His earlier model consisted of a hexagonal wood block onto which he glued rubber type which had been torn from rubber stamps

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  5. While revolving, the block simultaneously inked the next name and address ready for the next impression

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