Guide to The Computer Museum records
The Computer Museum (TCM) records contain the remaining records of TCM from its inception in the early 1970s through the various stages of its life in Maynard, Massachusetts, Marlborough, Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, Moffett Field, and Mountain View, California in the 1990s. The records are maintained in the form of The Computer Museum website http://tcm.computerhistory.org/. Types of records include annual and other public reports, correspondence, marketing material, and videotaped recordings of lectures. Representations of the exhibitions were not retained, but descriptions and files related to the planning and design of the exhibitions are included. The TCM website was constructed by Gordon Bell in 2015 to be a virtual representation of TCM’s physical space, and is maintained by the Computer History Museum.
1971-2015; bulk 1975-1998
Bell, Gordon C.; Rozycki, Victoria
Computer History Museum
Computer Bowl; Computer Clubhouse; Computer pioneers; Computer Museum (Marlborough, Mass.); Computer Museum (Boston, Mass.); Computer Museum History Center; Digital Computer Museum (Marlborough, Mass.)
The Computer Museum records
Gift of Gordon Bell