Bryan Sherwood of Lexington started a side business, Kentucky Typer, in his garage two years ago. He repairs typewriters, and buys, restores and resells them. Sherwood said many of his sales have been to 20-somethings who have discovered the machines that were usurped by computers.
Bryan Sherwood of Lexington started a side business, Kentucky Typer, in his garage two years ago. He repairs typewriters, and buys, restores and resells them. Sherwood said many of his sales have been to 20-somethings who have discovered the machines that were usurped by computers. Herald-Leader
Bryan Sherwood of Lexington started a side business, Kentucky Typer, in his garage two years ago. He repairs typewriters, and buys, restores and resells them. Sherwood said many of his sales have been to 20-somethings who have discovered the machines that were usurped by computers. Herald-Leader

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