Many thanks to Ralph Voogd for sending in this photo and caption.
This picture was taken when I was working at the Albuquerque Journal-Tribune, in Albuquerque, New Mexico USA, back in the mid '70s. It appeared in an issue of the ITU Review.
I was the 'ring machine' operator, setting the galley corrections. On this particular day, my regular Linotype was down with a mechanical malfunction.
But this wasn't the only time that I operated the Electron, sometimes when we were running late, there were three of us setting corrections. Two on the regular Linos and me on the Electron.
As I stand 6'9" tall, I was the only one there, big enough to sit and reach the key board on the Electron. The Electron had a very nice, easy touch, and was fun to operate. Normally, the Electrons were operated with a six level paper tape.