Don't say I never did you any favors. Here is my Olympia SM 9 typewriter manual (at least, the one that comes with the late 60's models) in all its scanned glory (a little dark-- it was itself not a very high quality scan, and so squint to see the text in the typewriter diagram).
I've found this manual to be, well, a little on the unhelpful side. It's brief. Also, it contains curiously meaningless translated German section titles like "Is all this known already?" and "This, too, is necessary." However, without it, I wouldn't have known that the SM 9 has a margin alignment feature that allows you to cram extra letters into an already typed word. This, too, was not known already.
Danke und gute nacht.