To forget is to publish books about.
Moreover, typewriters aren't toys and the red half of a dual-color typewriter ribbon is supposed to be used for indicating negative amounts on invoices and financial records. If the typewriter's color selector lever — that's the switcher-thing-between-red-and-black — is slippy or otherwise faulty, contact a repairman for a tuneup.
The picture illustrates the top of a "Library Book's Checkout Card's Date Due Pocket."
And boy some long-ago penman sure liked to be flamboyant about exaggerating the tails of her sevens and fours, didn't she.
In the collection of the library of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, the (former) checkout pocket of Timothy O'Sullivan, America's forgotten photographer: the life and work of the brilliant photographer whose camera recorded the American scene from the battlefields of the Civil War to the frontiers of the West, by James D. Horan, published in 1966 by Bonanza Books.
Library of Congress classification ideas:
Z712 Library circulation and loans—Pictorial works.
Z696 Classification, Library of Congress—Pictorial works.
Z684 Library fittings and supplies—Pictorial works.
Z688.5 Technical services (Libraries)—Pictorial works.
Z49 Typewriting—Pictorial works.
TS1920 Rubber stamps—Pictorial works.
TR140.O8 O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
N330.M56 Minneapolis College of Art and Design—Pictorial works.
F614.M543 Minneapolis (Minn.)—Pictorial works.