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6388Fwd: Search for functioning teletype machine in DC area

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  • Evan
    Oct 31, 2007
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      Paging David Gesswein! This message has your name all over it. Run with it. - Evan


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      From: "Erik Klein" <webmaster@...>
      Subj: Fwd: Search for functioning teletype machine in DC area
      Date: Tue Oct 30, 2007 6:25 pm
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      To: "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...>

      This is more in your neck of the woods than mine. Ill throw it on the forums shortly as well.

      Let me know if you can help him out! :)

      Erik

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      From: NTeusch@... <NTeusch@... >
      Date: Oct 30, 2007 3:51 PM
      Subject: Search for functioning teletype machine in DC area
      To: webmaster@...


      Hello Erich,

      I found your contact information in the context of some teletype machines. And I am hoping that you might be able to point me in the right direction.

      We are currently working on a documentary on submarines for National Geographic Television and for one of our reenactments we would love to film a Teletype Machine 60s style that is typing something that we would like to see coming out of the machine. Given that we have 2007 and the computer world is developing so fast I have the challenge to find a teletype machine that is best case scenario in Washington DC or in driving distance to film,
      I understand that those machines are huge and it wont be possible to move it anywhere. But if we would find one that is actually working so that we can film the machine typing that would be the best.

      I would appreciate to hear from you.

      Sincerely,
      Nicole Teusch


      Nicole Teusch
      Associate Producer, Undercover History
      National Geographic Television
      1145 17th St. NW
      Washington DC 20036
      Email: nteusch@...
      Work: (202) 457-8497
      800-638-6400 ext. 7656
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