Andra Langston Gyor, whose father worked at IBM, started using a Selectric when she was 9. At Tates Creek High School, she was the typist for the school newspaper, the Masthead. In this photo from the 1975 yearbook, Gyor is seated at the desk. She identified the others, from left, as Janet Staton, Arlene Gerson, Julie Robe and sponsor David White.
Andra Langston Gyor, whose father worked at IBM, started using a Selectric when she was 9. At Tates Creek High School, she was the typist for the school newspaper, the Masthead. In this photo from the 1975 yearbook, Gyor is seated at the desk. She identified the others, from left, as Janet Staton, Arlene Gerson, Julie Robe and sponsor David White. Photo courtesy Andra Langston Gyor
Andra Langston Gyor, whose father worked at IBM, started using a Selectric when she was 9. At Tates Creek High School, she was the typist for the school newspaper, the Masthead. In this photo from the 1975 yearbook, Gyor is seated at the desk. She identified the others, from left, as Janet Staton, Arlene Gerson, Julie Robe and sponsor David White. Photo courtesy Andra Langston Gyor

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