DEC PDP-1 Collection

DEC PDP-1 Collection

The PDP-1 archive contains documents, photos, movies and music relating to Digital Equipment Corporation's groundbreaking PDP-1 computer. The launch of the PDP-1 (Programmed Data Processor-1) computer in 1959 marked a radical shift in the philosophy of computer design: it was the first commercial computer that focused on interaction with the user rather than the efficient use of computer cycles. It was also Digital Equipment Corporation's first computer.

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Catalog contains over 84,241 records.

Result 121-140 of about 175

PDP-1 Restoration Project Operations Log Book II
Computer History Museum
Text, 2003-2006
102640326

PDP-1 computer
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Physical Object, 1960
102666959

DEC participation in parachute contest
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Text, 1962-07-23
102664167

DEC’s business plan
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Text, 1957-05-27
102664472

Gordon Bell and the PDP-1
Computer History Museum. PDP-1 restoration team
Moving Image, 2006-04-20
102664294

Ken Olsen, Charles Townes, Peter Elias in front of PDP-1 computer.
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Still Image, 1961 ca.
102631262

DEC PDP-1 Soroban restored typewriter
Computer History Museum. PDP-1 restoration team
Moving Image, 2006-04-21
102664302

DEC PDP-1 lecture
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Moving Image, 1990-11-29
102664307

Harlan Anderson
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Still Image, 1960 ca.
102631229

Ken Olsen
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Still Image, 1960 ca.
102631231

Delay line 1976 1978D System Building Block for the PDP-1
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Physical Object, 1976
102657713

The Tech Model Railroad Club and PDP-1

Still Image, 1961 ca.
102649722

Portrait of Gordon Bell
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Still Image, 1960 ca.
102631243

DEC Debugging Tape (DDT)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Text, 1964-08-13
102650078

Alan Kotok, Steve Russell, Martin "Shag" Graetz play Spacewar! at the Computer Museum
Computer History Museum
Still Image, 1983-03-27
102622642