Guide to the Harwood G. Kolsky papers
Computer History Museum
26 linear feet in 20 cartons and one oversized box
The Harwood G. Kolsky collection is comprised of documents related to the development of super computers, microprocessors and microcomputers, computer modeling, digital image processing, computer programming languages, as well as materials related to teaching computer architecture and computer history. The collection primarily consists of technical papers and reports, manuals, notes, promotional material, and correspondence related to Los Alamos National Laboratory and International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation.
Programming languages (Electronic computers); Kolsky, Harwood G.; International Business Machines Corporation; International Business Machines Corporation. Federal Systems Division; International Business Machines Corporation. San Jose Research Laboratory; International Business Machines Corporation. Advanced Systems Development Division; International Business Machines Corporation. Palo Alto Scientific Center; IBM 7030 (Computer); Los Alamos National Laboratory; Supercomputer industry; Supercomputers; University of California, Santa Cruz. Dept. of Computer Engineering; Computers; Computer industry; Computer simulation; Digital image processing; Image processing Digital techniques
Harwood G. Kolsky papers
Gift of Harwood G. Kolsky