From magnetic tape and rare film to lab notebooks and business plans to early mainframes and source code, our collection is as diverse as the history of computing. It is a rich resource for everyone, comprising historical objects, documents, software titles, ephemera, and photographs and moving images.
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Electronic data-processing machines, type 705 : preliminary manual of operation
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Glossary of computer terminology
Document, ca. 1955
VERDAN computer for the DYNA SOAR program
UNIVAC educational series no. 2 : programming a new profession for you!
Sperry Rand Corporation
Ready, aim, fire : FADAC
Document, ca. 1959
An introduction to digital transistor circuits
Document, 1958-08-29; 1968-07-24
Digital computer familiarization course materials and notes
Battlefield mobility and the modern army
An introduction to linear programming
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Articles about electronic data processing
National Association of Accountants
Document, ca. 1960
An introduction to digital airborne computing techniques