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1950s Stenotype Machine
Joe Strickland explains how to use a stenotype machine using the House Collection's 1950s model.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
1950s Stenotype Machine
1950s Stenotype Machine
Before the Internet
Joe Strickland remembers the reference notebooks he and his colleagues created before the internet.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Before the Internet
Before the Internet
Davis, Davis, and Davis
Joe Strickland describes reporting a committee hearing and methods of differentiating between Members with the same last name.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Davis, Davis, and Davis
Davis, Davis, and Davis
"Fly on the Wall as History Is Happening"
Joe Strickland reflects on the historic nature of being a House official reporter.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
"Fly on the Wall as History Is Happening"
"Fly on the Wall as History Is Happening"
Going Paperless
Joe Strickland recollects procuring paperless machines for the House.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Going Paperless
Going Paperless
House Schedule: Part One
Joe Strickland explains the effect the House's legislative schedule had on his work schedule.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
House Schedule: Part One
House Schedule: Part One
House Schedule: Part Two
Joe Strickland recalls the longest day he ever worked.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
House Schedule: Part Two
House Schedule: Part Two
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part One
Joe Strickland explains the stenotype keys and different grouping of letters that translate into specific sounds.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part One
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part One
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part Two
Joe Strickland highlights a special key used to distinguish one homonym from another and to shorten repeated phrases.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part Two
Keys on a Stenotype Machine: Part Two
Leadership Change
Joe Strickland describes the administrative changes among the reporting offices under new House Leadership in the 104th Congress (1995–1997).
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Leadership Change
Leadership Change
Machine Maintenance
Joe Strickland remembers the maintenance required for older stenotype machines.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Machine Maintenance
Machine Maintenance
Old and New
Joe Strickland compares the 1950s stenotype machine to his newer model.
Joe Strickland, Chief Reporter, Office of Official Reporters
Old and New
Old and New