National Geographic : 1920 Oct
S- certainly the handiest little machine I have ever seen H. H. Van Loan AS the story goes, the players "on location" waited while the director telephoned for help; and Van Loan came many miles on a motor cycle, his Corona slung from his shoulder, Scenario Writing on the Spot to rewrite the scenes or produce new ones. Later This is how Mr. Van Loan, a lead- he said to a cameraman: "Corona is certainly ing photo playwright-author of "The Virgin of Stamboul"-impro- the handiest little machine I have ever seen!" vises whole scenes when emergency demands quick thinking and while Thus in unexpected ways is seen the extraordinary be director awaits the "script." impetus Corona has given the general practice of typing. It has swept aside limitations of weight and bulk and made typed correspondence, manuscripts, memoranda and reports universal. Not only can it be used anywhere, but its fifty-dollar price, coupled with its surprising scope of operation, has ren dered its use as economical as it is satisfactory. Consult your telephone book for nearest Corona Dealer Built by CORONA TYPEWRITER COMPANY, INC. $50, with carrying case GROTON. NEW YORK CORoNA CAie Personal'Writin 7ac/iine TRADE MARK "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"