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This exhibit is made possible by the generous donations of:
Bell Family Trust
Donna Dubinsky & Leonard J. Shustek
Fry's Electronics, Inc., Kathryn Kolder
Dorrit & F. Grant Saviers
Marva & John Warnock
Special Thanks to the Science Museum, London