Addressograph



a machine designed for the rapid, automatic addressing of mail in large quantities.
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As a result of these suggestions, another important advance took place in Addressograph development.
The Wonder Book of Knowledge Various

The history of the Addressograph has been one of constant development.
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And in the Model “A” Addressograph, we find the basic principle of the Addressograph of today.
The Wonder Book of Knowledge Various

He called it the “Addressograph”—a coined word meaning “to write addresses.”
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As a result, the majority of the first Addressograph sales were made to these lines of business.
The Wonder Book of Knowledge Various

With an Addressograph it is claimed that 3000 addresses an hour can easily be made.
Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 1 Various

To illustrate: the dating attachment enabled users to apply the Addressograph to their statement work.
The Wonder Book of Knowledge Various

Of the machines now on the market, one of the best known is the Addressograph.
Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 1 Various

By this time, the Addressograph Company had established itself in its own factory in Chicago.
The Wonder Book of Knowledge Various

noun
trademark a machine for addressing envelopes, etc

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