Wisconsin state senator and state representative Charles Latham Sholes shared an 1868 patent for this invention.
Blood pressure machine
Typewriter. A typewriter patent had been issued in England in 1714 but all modern typewriters (and computer keyboards) follow the design created by Sholes, Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule. The patent was sold to the Remington Arms Company. In addition to his political career, Sholes was an editor and journalist.
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