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    Before WWII Pedersen Manufacturing Co.

    What were they doing before WWII:
    Pedersen Mfg Co made stocks and Hand guards for Underwood, most found marked P-U in the slingwell. Hand guards were marked PEDERSEN U or just P-U.
    In 1929 brothers Walther, Paul, and Albert Pedersen formed a custom golf club manufacturing company, the Pedersen Manufacturing Company, in Mount Vernon. In 1941 they moved the business to Wilton, Conn.

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    We have a local restaurant that has a couple of typewriters up by the front door, one's an Underwood/Elliot/Fisher and the other is a Royal...carbines and BARs... Don't tell today's population though, they don't understand you.
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