The most important office equipment in his practice, he advised, was a Multilith
Machine, an early copier.
Volume 6, No 4 (October) shows Paul at Wichita University and notes that the multilith
masters were typed on an IBM Executive typewriter, thus lending the Record a regular journal format.
Therefore, new chairs, desks, filing cabinets, typewriters, a multilith
machine and an addressograph were purchased so that extensive savings could be effected on operations and the Society could serve as many as 10,000 members.