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Identifier: CBI 80, Series 7
Abstract This series documents the research, development, and engineering activities of the Control Data Corporation from 1957-1985.
Dates: 1957-1986; Majority of material found in ( 1960s-1970s)
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 21
Abstract This series contains information about Control Data Corporation (CDC) owned and leased facilities worldwide. Materials include annual and semi-annual facility summary reports, European/International facility summary reports, reports and background information regarding the Inner City plants, and real estate lease summary reports.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 10
Abstract This series contains Control Data Corporation (CDC) company-wide and divisional financial records, as well as scattered CDC subsidiary financial records.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 24
Abstract This series includes records of Control Data Corporation's Historical Archives as well as company histories. Materials include reference files, accession logs, newspaper clippings, published company histories, flow charts, pamphlets and brochures.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 11
Abstract This series consists of records documenting Control Data Corporation (CDC) litigation, including the Honeywell vs. CDC and Sperry Rand vs. CDC cases, as well as records documenting the everyday legal activities of the company. Materials include court documents, legal briefs, case background materials, memos and correspondence, and patent files.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 12
Abstract This series documents the marketing, sales, and public relations activities of Control Data Corporation. Materials include correspondence, memos, reports, various committee meeting materials, marketing plans, product announcements, and advertisements.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 13
Abstract This series contains Control Data Corporation fact sheets, news releases, and news release indexes from 1957-1990.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 14
Abstract Series consists of a collection of newspaper and magazine clippings regarding the activities of the Control Data Corporation (CDC).
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 15.
Abstract This series contains a variety of records related to the organization and management of the employees of Control Data Corporation and its subsidiaries. Documents consist of corporate policies and procedures, employee benefits and retirement information, manuals, guides, and handbooks for both employees and managers, employee surveys and statistics, and information about company-wide incentive programs.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 16
Abstract This series documents Control Data Corporation's (CDC) annual and interim planning processes. Records reflect planning done by individual divisions of CDC, as well as the company as a whole, and include formal and informal planning reports, meeting minutes, memoranda and correspondence.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 17.
Abstract This series contains computer hardware and software product literature (pre-sale information), including advertisements, annual reports, brochures and accompanying correspondence, and product announcements distributed by Control Data Corporation to potential or actual customers.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 18
Abstract This series contains Control Data Corporation (CDC) manuals and other post-purchase product information for specific computer hardware and software.
Dates: circa 1957-1991
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 25
Abstract This series contains reports on research and development projects in Control Data Corporation divisions, 1959-1964.
Identifier: CBI 80, Series 19
Abstract This series contains serials published by the Control Data Corporation (CDC), its subsidiaries and user groups.
Identifier: CBI 117
Abstract Contains press releases from Control Data Systems and, its predecessor, Control Data Corporation’s (CDC) Computer Products Group. Also included are Ceridian Corporation press releases about Control Data Systems.
Identifier: CBI 48
Abstract Collection contains written statements, news articles, and a schedule all relating to a press demonstration of the Mark I Perceptron on June 23, 1960. The collection includes three short reports about the machine by Albert E. Murray, Frank Rosenblatt, and Marshall C. Yovitz. Four photographs of the machine were removed to the photograph collection of the Charles Babbage Institute. Photocopies of the prints are contained in the collection.
Identifier: CBI 160
Abstract Collection contains the professional papers of Curt Monash, consulting and technology analyst, and President of Monash Information Services. Materials include publications and writings, company files, subject files, newsletters, and a collection of computer catalogues, directories and guides.
Identifier: CBI 95
Abstract Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to Cuthbert C. Hurd's work with the Applied Science Department at IBM and minutes, memoranda, reports, and notes related to his chairmanship of Quintus Computer Systems.
Dates: 1946-1992; (bulk, 1946-1955, 1984-1989)
Identifier: CBI 43
Abstract Collection consists of files Daniel McCracken created during his professional involvement with ACM, as well as his personal papers. The collection contains council and executive committee agendas, minutes, and attachments (1974-1982), correspondence (1969-1982), and personnel lists (1974-1983), personal correspondence, and material from a programming course taught by McCracken.
Identifier: CBI 167
Abstract The records document the chapter’s activities and membership through chapter newsletters, membership rosters, conference program schedules, and bylaws.
Identifier: CBI 88
Abstract Records of the Data Processing Management Association (DPMA) document the administration of the association and the services it provided to its membership.
Identifier: CBI 216
Abstract Collection contains conference proceedings, publications, and other documentation on computer, information, and data security.
Identifier: CBI 113
Abstract Papers contain David S. Wise's ACM-related materials, including information on the ACM Symposium on LISP and Functional Programming, various Special Interest Group (SIG) boards, and the Federated Computing Research Conference.
Identifier: CBI 264
Content Description Three boxes of materials: 1) Full print run of publication "Computer Pictures" 2) 2 boxes of demo reels, ACM-SIGGRAPH content, documentary footage regarding the history of the computer graphics industry.
Dates: circa 1980-1999
Identifier: CBI 178
Abstract Client reports, briefing papers, and program reports of a management consulting firm specializing in computer and automation.
Identifier: CBI 150
Abstract The collection includes proceedings for DECUS annual symposia and DECUS publications, including DECUSOPEnewsletter, DECUS Program Libraryand pamphlets.
Identifier: CBI 189
Abstract Papers contain documentation from Don Aronson's career in computing in the early-to-mid 1950s, including information on the computing programs at the University of Manchester.
Identifier: CBI 197
Abstract Collection contains documentation on the history of computing and its relationship to education, language, and the humanities.
Identifier: CBI 166
Abstract The Donn B. Parker Papers consist of five main series: Donn B. Parker Talks and Writings, Professional Activities, Subject Files, SRI Computer Crime Case Files and Audio/Visual Materials, documenting his work in the field of computer and information crime and security.
- Computer industry 41
- Computers 27
- Office equipment and supplies industry 24
- Computer engineering 13
- Computer industry -- Societies, etc. 11
- Computer industry -- United States 9
- Computer industry -- United States -- History -- Sources 9
- Photographs 9
- Computer input-output equipment 8
- Univac computer 8
- COBOL (Computer program language) 7
- Computer programming 7
- Computer user groups 7
- Electronic data processing -- Societies, etc. 7
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 7
- Computer industry -- History -- Sources 6
- Computer storage devices 6
- Computers -- History -- Sources 6
- Computers -- History. 6
- Computers -- United States -- History -- Sources. 6 ∧ less
- Burroughs Corporation 99
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company 36
- Control Data Corporation 30
- International Business Machines Corporation 17
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 15
- Association for Computing Machinery 15
- Sperry Rand (Corporation). Univac Division 13
- Charles Babbage Institute 10
- Engineering Research Associates 10
- Sperry Rand (Corporation) 10
- American Arithmometer Company 9
- ElectroData (Firm) 9
- Honeywell Inc. 9
- Remington Rand, Inc. 9
- United States. National Bureau of Standards 8
- General Electric Company 7
- Unisys Corporation 7
- Data Processing Management Association 6
- American National Standards Institute. 5
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 5 ∧ less