Keyboard Side Tear Checks

Keyboard Side Tear Checks
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A Man of Letters

When newspaper man Christopher Sholes of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, developed the QWERTY keyboard in the 1870s, he studied the language closely to determine how frequently each character in the alphabet was used. Only then did he organize the letters in the configuration we still use today!

To celebrate the evolution of the QWERTY keyboard, we created these stylish Keyboard Side Tear Checks and matching address labels.

But you don't have to be a computer geek or champion typist to enjoy them. A simple appreciation for unparalleled style and value are all it takes.

So don't wait another day -- make Keyboard Side Tear Checks your own right away!
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