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The stories they've told! Another load of RKO Radio typewriters is turned in to the government for war work. Somewhere in the lot is Maureen O'Harra's personal typewriter which she added to the pile before she would pose in the picture. The machines come from the script department where each one has played its role in recording countless memorable senes for screenplays. Taking time off between the shooting of scenes at the RKO Studios in Hollywood, Miss O'Harra helped collect more than seventy typewriters for future use by the Army, Navy, and Marines

The stories they've told! Another load of RKO Radio typewriters is turned in to the government for war work. Somewhere in the lot is Maureen O'Harra's personal typewriter which she added to the pile before she would pose in the picture. The machines come from the script department where each one has played its role in recording countless memorable senes for screenplays. Taking time off between the shooting of scenes at the RKO Studios in Hollywood, Miss O'Harra helped collect more than seventy typewriters for future use by the Army, Navy, and Marines

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