Invented by John E. Molle & manufactured by the Molle Typewriter Company in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This typewriter was of the front stroke,
three bank, double shift variety and offered nothing new at a time when most machines were already using the more efficient four bank configuration.
Hence, the company lasted only a brief time and soon disappeared. The Molle also appears under the name Liberty.
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