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.
Search the Catalog
Catalog contains over 143,751 records.
Computers, chess and long-range planning
Alan Turing : the enigma of intelligence
Chess and computers
Computer Science Press
Chess skill in man and machine
Dealers of lightning : Xerox PARC and the dawn of the computer age
Fumbling the future : how XEROX invented, then ignored, the first personal computer
William Morrow and Company, Inc.
A few good men from Univac
IBM's 360 and early 370 systems
The difference engine : Charles Babbage and the quest to build the first computer
The SAGE air defense system : a personal history