Go back to the 1960s in Hartford, Connecticut, where women gather in an assembly plant owned by Olevetti to meticulously craft Underwood Typewriters. This scene showcases the dedication and skill of these industrious women as they work together along an assembly line, illuminated by bright lights and windows that help them do their jobs.
Seated along a table adorned with the various components of the Underwood typewriter, each woman is fully engrossed in her assigned task. With unwavering focus, they contribute their expertise to the precise assembly of this iconic machine. Some share smiles and engage in friendly conversations, fostering a sense of camaraderie.