Advertisement for Monarch typewriters

On the left is a partly coloured, partly black and white drawing of a women using a manual typewriter and seated in front of a clock displaying 3 o'clock. She is wearing a pale blue long-sleeved blouse, a red scarf and a black skirt. Her hair is parted in the centre and pinned up on either side. Text at the top reads: 'Tired at three o'clock'?' 'No Sir! I use the MONARCH'.  Text to the right of the illustration reads: Two hundred in use by Defence and Naval Departments. Text across the bottom reads: Sole Agents UNITED TYPEWRITER and SUPPLIES Co Ltd 114 Pitt St. Sydney.
Source: State Library of Victoria.

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