Erotic photos of girls with typewriters of the 1920sBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/erotic-photos-of-girls-with-typewriters-of-the-1920s
The typewriter came into wide use at the end of the 19th century, and already in the 20s any office was unthinkable without it. Probably, it was the most common "gadget" at that time, especially among girls — after all, typists were practically only representatives of the fair sex. And in American culture, the type of a stenographer girl who knocks on the keys all day for a modest salary has become a real stamp, it's enough to recall the stories of O'Henry.
It is not surprising that photos of girls next to their favorite tool are quite common. Well, what kind of photographer can resist the temptation to take a couple of erotic pictures of beautiful secretaries?
That's how today's small series of images of pretty girls, dressed and not very well, came up next to the symbol of office workers of the 1920s, a typewriter.
Secretaries have been part of men's sexual fantasies since the 1880s, when they first appeared in offices and began working side by side with men. Before that, women and men who were not related worked mostly separately. And by the 1920s, typewriters were already fully associated with women, because almost exclusively representatives of the fair sex worked on typewriters.