April 21, 2004: From the Archives

In primitive times before laptops and wireless Internet connections, there was the Age of the Electric Typewriter. Despite the obvious limitations of these now-obsolete machines, they did enable students to go to college unencumbered by computer printers, monitors, and towers. In this undated archives photo, a student works in an austere carrel with benefit only of his electric typewriter, paper, and lamp. Do any PAW readers recognize this hard-working Princetonian?