A folder of Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) marketing materials for the PDP-10 consisting of four documents. One, entitled "Citibank's in-house time-sharing speeds responses, controls costs", reprinted from "Bank Systems & Equipment" September 1969 highlights the PDP-10's time sharing capability. A second document entitled "Chase Brass Implementing Final Computer Phases of Logistics Management System" announces that Chase Brass & Copper Company is installing a PDP-10 computer at its Montpelier, Ohio Blue Dot plant and highlights the computer's real time data capability. A third document, entitled "University of California - Irvine Selects DEC's Large Computer System for Batch Operation" highlights the PDP-10's batch processing capability. The fourth document is entitled "DEC Extends Minicomputer Technology to Manufacture of Large Computers".