Obsolete jobs: Meet the guy who fixes Tom Hanks’ typewriter

And the duo are accompanied on office calls by an old fashioned doctor’s black bag outfitted with metal drawers that contain all sorts of spare parts, screwdrivers and pliers.

There’s always a lot to do. The Schweitzers find it inconceivable that they’ll ever run out of jobs in this antiquated line of work that has become all but obsolete with the advent of the computer.

“There’s plenty of work every day,” says Justin Schweitzer, the grandson of the founder who works six or seven days a week to whittle away the backlog. “We never catch up.”

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