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Clipboard

A clipboard is a thin, rigid with a clip at the top for holding paper in place. A clipboard is typically used to support paper with one hand while writing on it with the other, especially when other writing surfaces are not available. The earliest forms were patented in 1870-71 and referred to as board clips.Related to the clipboard is the Shannon Arch File, which was developed around 1877.[http://www.officemuseum.com/filing_equipment_small.htm

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