One of the first typewriters produced at the IBM plant on Newtown Pike in Lexington underwent a final inspection in December 1956. The 386,000-square foot plant off New Circle Road employed 1,800 people in the beginning.
One of the first typewriters produced at the IBM plant on Newtown Pike in Lexington underwent a final inspection in December 1956. The 386,000-square foot plant off New Circle Road employed 1,800 people in the beginning.
One of the first typewriters produced at the IBM plant on Newtown Pike in Lexington underwent a final inspection in December 1956. The 386,000-square foot plant off New Circle Road employed 1,800 people in the beginning.

Uncommonwealth: Remembering the impact of IBM in the midst of Lexmark layoffs

September 16, 2012 06:12 PM