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[Olivetti Studio 64 typewriter ribbons]

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Cardboard and typewriter tape (plastic).
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Typewriter Ribbon
Boxes of line ribbon for Science Fiction Octavia Butler's typewrighter.
Octavia Butler was the first African American women to gain national recognition as a science fiction writer. In 1979 she wrote her first novel, "Kindred," a time travel novel in which a contemporary African American woman is transported back to slavery. She was one of the first science fiction writers to examine race and gender in her work. In 1995 Butler became the first science fiction writer to receive the coveted "Genius" Grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
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