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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Meeting minutes - International Organization for Standardization and European Computer Manufacturers Association
Y2K problem - articles and presentations on the bug and fixes
Anecdotes of mistakes in computing design and management
Document, 1967; 1970-1972
Memoirs - collating sequence, optical character recognition, "gang agley"
Memoirs - Various
IBM 650 - Annals of the History of Computing special issue
Annals of the History of Computing
Memoirs - applied programming
Document, 1957-1962; 1984
Memoirs - computing prior to Fortran
Document, 1955-1957; 1982-1987
Memoirs - printers, 0 and O, square root, X-3.4.5
Memoirs - timesharing, Federal Aviation Administration, compression, 3-D, Approximation, polynomia, Print I system
Document, 1953-1989; bulk 1960-1969
Guide to the Robert (Bob) Bemer papers
Computer History Museum