Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Series contains photographs and negatives from the ElectroData Division of Burroughs Corporation.
Collection contains memos, reports, correspondence, and subject files and is arranged in series according to the origin or type of documentation.
Burroughs Corporation records. Electronic Control Division and Electronic Instrument Division records
Series contains a miscellaneous subject file of the Electronic Control Division and Electronic Instrument Division of Burroughs Corporation.
Contains photographs and correspondence on Burroughs Adding Machine Company (1947-1952) and, later, Burroughs Corporation (1953-1983) tradeshow and conference exhibits as well as lobby displays arranged chronologically in a single series.
Series contains product and plant literature as well as some correspondence for many Burroughs facilities.
Series contains photographs of Burroughs production facilities as well as photographs of facilities of Burroughs Corporation acquisitions.
This is an artificial grouping of several small financial collections of the Burroughs Adding Machine Company (BAM) and Burroughs Corporation. Materials include: accounts payable and bills receivable ledger books, wage books and time cards, charts of accounts and balance sheets.
Series contains many early publications in damaged or delicate condition that have been separated from the rest of the collection.
Collection contains the papers of Frank Cullen, longtime patent attorney for Burroughs Corporation.
The General Subject File consists of an alphabetical set of files containing information about the Burroughs Corporation and its products, compiled for use as a quick reference file in the Burroughs Corporation Archives.
A collection of 863 color and black and white glass lantern slides from Burroughs Corporation Research Center in Paoli, PA arranged by slide number.
Collection contains manuals for several large scale Burroughs computer systems published by the Gregory Publishing Company.
Collection consists of articles and manuscripts discussing different aspects of American Arithmometer Company, Burroughs Adding Machine Company, and Burroughs Corporation history.
Collection contains reprints of installation stories that appeared in Burroughs or other publications.
Collection contains information about Burroughs International operations.
Collection contains correspondence, memos and reports, and information on the construction of the Paoli Research Center, especially in the planning stages.
This series includes information on many computers that Burroughs Corporation designed for the military, usually the Air Force and/or NASA to provide guidance for missiles or spacecraft.
Jay Conne's collected notes consisting of computer printouts, memos, and correspondence relating to the violence and vandalism against Burroughs during the strike of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) from 1974-1975 in New York.
Collection documents Project 2111, a solid-state magnetic tape and punched card data processor intended as a replacement for the B 205, contains information about other technical and administrative issues at the Pasadena facility, and includes drawings for the wired core storage program.
Collection contains L.P. Robinson’s copy file (1957-1960), the custom engineering requests (1958-1959), the engineering division staff meeting minutes (1956-1960), and numerous weekly activities and project/progress reports.
Documents Lawrence Bewley's work on the Burroughs B 220 and B 205 computer series, the Cardatron series, and other projects for ElectroData.
Collections contains information about awards given out and the annual convention of the Legion of Honor, a group for top ranking sales representatives and field managers at Burroughs Corporation.
This collection contains reports, photographs, speeches and correspondence relating to early Burroughs research and development activities in the Philadelphia area in which Thompson was involved.
The mechanical library was essentially a set of service books that described each machine. There were variations like instruction books, symbol lists, shop tool lists, and feature prints (blueprints). These were kept by the patent department. The way Burroughs identified different machines changed over the years, and sometimes included a style #, a class #, a series #, or any combination of these.
Collection contains a variety of legal material, including patent and trademark research, court materials, specifications, system design information, agreements, brochures, and reports.
Contains narration scripts for Burroughs presentations, 1948-1975.
Collection contains the papers of Norman L. Kreuder, project engineer and section manager at Burroughs Corporation beginning in 1956.
Contains mounted photographs of various sizes and unmounted photographs larger than 8 1/2x11" of Burroughs facilities, executives, and employees.
Collection contains research reports and memos, covering many computers and other machines that Burroughs produced.
The Pasinski family papers include material from Walter J. and Arthur Michael Pasinski, a father and son who worked in the Engineering Department at Burroughs.
- Computer industry 33
- Office equipment and supplies industry 14
- Computers 13
- Photographs 9
- Computer input-output equipment 5
- Computer engineering 4
- Photography -- Negatives 4
- Accounting machines. 3
- Bookkeeping machines. 3
- Calculators 3
- Selling -- Accounting machines. 3
- Selling -- Bookkeeping machines. 3
- Selling -- Computers. 3
- B 220 computer 2
- Burroughs computers. 2
- Computer industry -- History. 2
- Computer user groups 2
- Computers -- History. 2
- Military-industrial complex. 2
- Office equipment and supplies -- Patents. 2 + ∧ less