The object is a memory unit. The front panel door contains a control panel , which has several indicator lights, switches, dials and a "Percent of normal gauge". The control panel is divided into four areas labeled, "Address register", "Data register", "power control", and "Test control". On the blue part of the door "Go Check" is handwritten in pen. There is a Mass. Inst. of Tech. (MIT) sticker as well as a sticker reading "PROP. of U.S. GOVT. USN". Taped in the Data register section there is a fortune cookie fortune reading, "A good memory does not equal pale ink." There are another two fortunes taped to the interior of the control panel. One reads, "Vanity plays lurid tricks with our memory". The other reads, "You will hear pleasant words which will remain in your memory". Taped to the lower section of the interior door there is a paper with a matrix regarding quick-latches and cable and pin connections. On the power supply the is a partially filled in table reading "Measure with machine stopped". There are five repair tags from A.L. laboratory. The machines is densely wired and populated with circuit boards of various sizes. See more info at http://ljkrakauer.com/LJK/60s/moby.htm.
Found on the middle panel on the right of the latch.
Handwritten on the front of the door.
MIT div. of sponsored research no. stamped into a metal label on the front of the door.
Found on a peeling sticker on the interior of the front door panel.
Customer part number Found on the middle panel on the right of the latch.
MIT barcode in the top left coner of the door.
Acquisition registration number found on a paper label zip tied to the side of the machine.
Part number for the power supply
Found on the middle panel on the right of the latch. The number is scratched and difficult to read.
front door panel: 65 in x 20 1/2 in x 1 1/4 in; overall: 69 in x 50 in x 25 in