The Fox Typewriters M60 Home

A left front view of the Fox 3.

William Fox and Glen Barrett joined forces and began selling typewriters in 1898, the year the United States' battleship Maine sank in Havana Harbor, Cuba. In addition to the start of the Spanish-American war, 1898 saw the Battle of Sugar Point in which native Americans of the Ojibwe tribe defeated U.S. government troops in northern Minnesota, and the first automobile fatality on a public highway occurred -- the first of tens of thousands more to come. On a lighter note, Brad's Drink was renamed Pepsi-Cola.



Fox 3 Upstrike

Fox 24 Front Strike

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