What’s new in writing pens?

Written pen, glass writing desk and hook in writing are among the items in the Smithsonian’s new collection of writing tools.

The collection will be available from the Smithsonian Institute’s Center for Writing at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., starting July 1.

The tools were inspired by the writings of American author and essayist John Steinbeck.

Steinbeck’s stories about working men and women in factories and the working class, such as The Grapes of Wrath and The Gilded Age, were often used to describe the struggles of workers during the Great Depression.

The collection includes a pen pen and ink fountain pen, which can be used to write letters or to fill notebooks, along with a hook-in-writing desk that has a hook for a pen or pencil.

It’s not the first time the Smithsonian has created writing tools with writing in mind.

In 2015, the museum debuted a “Pen and Ink Pencil” pen and paper that can be inserted into a pen to write with.

The tool also features a rubberized tip that can create a “bubble” for a signature on the pen.

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