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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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Catalog contains over 150,498 records.

Result 61-80 of about 99

Smalltalk animation kit
Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center)
Document, 1978
102739402

CB/common bank
Sperry Rand Corporation
Document, 1979
102784068

setlX Tutorial

Document, 2019-06-03
102803654

RTE-A Driver Technical Specification
Hewlett-Packard Development Company
Document, 1983
102806728

PICOS base listing
Sperry Rand Corporation
Document, 1978-1981; 1992
102784069

Reduce compiler listings
University of Utah
Document, 1977
102720364

Lisp/360 compiler and assembly program listing
University of Utah
Document
102720363

Xerox PARC projects, program descriptions, papers, and articles
Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center)
Document, 1967-1982
102734169

Lisp benchmarks

Document
102720450

Osborne Executive Technical Manual set
Osborne Computer Corporation
Document, 1984
102791604

William (Bill) Duvall papers

Document, 1972-1996; bulk 1972-1989
102790121

Collins Radio Company manuals
Collins Radio Co.
Document, 1969-1970
X3230.2006

HP 12992 Loader ROMs Installation Manual
Hewlett-Packard Company
Document, 1986
102806745

Van Rossum, Guido oral history part 2
Computer History Museum
Document, 2018-03-29
102738761

Guide to the William H. Meek collection
Computer History Museum
Document, 1944-1983
102733947

Documentation of "ASALT"

Document, 1969
102642937

Guide to the Edward Feustel collection on the Rice University Computer Project
Computer History Museum
Document, 1958-1989
102733972

Van Rossum, Guido oral history, part 1
Computer History Museum
Document, 2018-02-01
102738719

Maguire, John Norris oral history
Computer History Museum
Document, 1986-04-08
102658223

Torvalds, Linus Benedict oral history
Computer History Museum
Document, 2008-07-25
102658325