This is a black and white (with blue and orange text and tints) brochure on the Bendix G-15 Automatic Programming Systems. The front cover towards the bottom right corner there is a black and white photograph of the computer and three men. On the top right corner there is a date stamp that states "RECEIVED JAN 23 19 L Wheaton Smith." The year is unclear. The first part is an introduction to the Bendix G-15 Automatic Programming Systems. Following is a description of the program Intercom 1000. There is a diagram of how the program handles mathematical calculations. There is also a black and white illustration of a man and a computer system. Following is a description of the INTERCARD program. There is a diagram illustrating how the program handles a mathematical calculation. Following is a description of the AUTOCARD program. There is an illustrative example how the AUTOCARD program would be used in a payroll application. Following is a description of the ALGO ALGEBRAIC COMPILER. An example is included illustrating the efficiency of ALGO. Other Programming Systems are described. On the inside back cover there is a description of the systems Support in Depth. On the back cover there is a list of sales offices in the U.S. as well as the Canada and International office. There is also a Computer Museum History Center barcode sticker on the bottom right corner, the number is 102621696.