Harry D. Huskey was a mathematician who became a pioneer in the field of computer science. During his career, he worked on early and important computing systems such as the ENIAC, EDVAC, Pilot ACE, and SWAC. He also dedicated a significant amount of time to establishing and promoting computer education in both the United States and abroad. Ranging in date from 1937 to 2004, the Harry D. Huskey Papers document Huskey’s work in computer science, with the bulk of the collection pertaining to the EDVAC and SWAC. The collection includes technical reports and papers, manuals, meeting minutes, product data sheets, newsletters, conference proceedings, correspondence, handwritten notes, a personal journal, an autobiography, and photographs.
Sabado, Sherwin; Gulbronson, Sydney
Computer History Museum
2.54 linear feet
AMEC (Applied Mathematics Executive Council); ACE (Automatic Computing Engine); Bendix Corporation; EDVAC; ENIAC; Huskey, Harry D., 1916-; National Bureau of Standards (NBS); National Physical Laboratory (NPL); SWAC