Walter Cronkite, Itha Doorhammer, Harold Sweeny, and the Univac I during the 1952 Presidential elections
This is a black and white image of three people in front of the Univac I at CBS studios in New York. Sitting on the UNIVAC on the left is Itha Doorhammer. Walter Cronkite, center, is standing and Harold Sweeny is sitting down. Itha Doorhammer is wearing a dark dress and holding a pen in her right hand. She is smiling at Harold Sweeny who is sitting. Walter Cronkite is wearing a suit and tie and looking at Itha Doorhammer. Harold Sweeny is also wearing a suit and tie and looking at Itha Doorhammer. This Univac was actually a dummy console used in the CBS studios for publicity while the actual model was in Eckert-Mauchly division in Philadelphia. Stamped on verso side is "Please Credit-photo by Tommy Weber 202 EAST 30th STREET NEW YORK, N.Y. LEXINGTON 2-00378 NUMBER". Written in pencil by "NUMBER" is 1758-15. Written in black pencil is "15".
Place of Publication
New York, N.Y., U.S.
10 x 8 in.
Publicity photograph; Identification photograph
Doorhammer, Itha; Univac I (Computer); Sweeny, Harold; Cronkite, Walter