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The Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO) records document the organization's administration and activities, as well as its involvement in issues affecting member companies, such as antitrust, open network architecture, and software protection and copyright.
Albert E. Smith papers
Collection contains correspondence, reports, notes, bibliographies, computer printouts, newsletters, publications, and other reference material largely relating to the Office of Naval Research's computing surveys.
Albrecht J. Neumann papers
Collection consists of subject files created by Albrecht Neumann that document some aspects of his work with General Electric, as well as with other companies in the computer industry, and at the National Bureau of Standards.
American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) records
The American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) records document the organization’s administration and activities, and the AFIPS-sponsored Spring and Fall Joint Computer Conferences (later the National Computer Conference). The records include budget and financial information, reports, board and committee minutes, conference materials, and publications.
Applied Data Research, Software Products Division records
The collection consists of company records and subject materials accumulated by Martin A. Goetz during his twenty-eight year (1959-1987) career with the company. The collection documents the Software Products Division's involvement in the development of the software industry, its activities relating to patent and copyright protections for software, separate pricing for software and hardware, bundling, antitrust issues, and relations with IBM.
Association for Computing Machinery publications
Contains published annual reports, directories, newsletters, and other miscellaneous publications of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), its regions, and chapters.
Association for Computing Machinery Records
Association for Women in Computing records,
Contains correspondence, minutes, reports, proceedings, audio tapes, and artifacts that document the history and activities of the AWC. The records include officers' correspondence, administrative records, AWC policies, committee minutes and correspondence, AWC conference programs, an incomplete run of the AWC Source, correspondence on procedures for being chartered and writing bylaws, and files documenting individual chapter's activities which sometimes contain local newsletters.
Association for Women in Computing, Twin Cities Chapter records
The collection contains organizational files, correspondence, minutes of the board of directors and committees, membership information, conference and meeting materials, and photographs.
Auerbach Associates Market and Product Reports
Contains private consulting reports commissioned by government agencies and businesses on subjects including computer systems, peripherals, robots, software, computer input-output equipment, storage devices, terminals, magnetic tapes, optical character recognition devices, printers, punched card systems, and computer markets.
Access to reports under twenty years old is completely restricted. Additional restrictions may apply for reports commissioned by companies.
Bruce Gilchrist papers
Collection contains chronological files which contain outgoing correspondence relating to Bruce Gilchrist's duties as an officer of the ACM and AFIPS. Most of the records prior to 1965 concern ACM and those records created in 1965 or later relate to AFIPS.
Burroughs Corporation records
The collection contains the records of the Burroughs Corporation, and its predecessors the American Arithmometer Company and Burroughs Adding Machine Company. Materials include corporate records, photographs, films and video tapes, scrapbooks, papers of employees and records of companies acquired by Burroughs.
Burroughs Corporation records. Advertising samples.
Burroughs Corporation advertised from almost the very beginning of their business. The advertisements in the collection cover many decades and often reflect many of the societal attitudes of the time.
Burroughs Corporation records. Annual meeting records.
Collection contains scripts and speeches from the stockholders' annual meetings of 1967-1983.
Burroughs Corporation records. Annual reports.
Collection contains the Burroughs annual reports dating from 1923 to 1985. From 1923-1952, the company was known as the Burroughs Adding Machine Company, and from 1953 to 1985, as Burroughs Corporation. It merged with Sperry Corporation in 1986 to become Unisys Corporation. This collection includes a full run of annual reports for the dates listed, and also contains audio tapes of the annual reports from 1977-1985.
Burroughs Corporation records. Biography files.
This collection is divided into two series based on subject content and physical size. The Biography Files series includes folders on many employees at Burroughs. While a great majority of the employees represented were executives, there are also a few folders of workers from the early days of the company, including William S. Burroughs. The Oversized Files series consists mostly of William S. Burroughs' patents.
Burroughs Corporation records. Burroughs and Sperry merger records
This series contains materials related to the Burroughs/Sperry merger in 1986.
Burroughs Corporation records. Burroughs Machines, Ltd. records
Series contains ledger books dating 1909-1926 and annual reports dating 1966-1974 from the Burroughs Corporation's British subsidiary, Burroughs Machines, Ltd.
Burroughs Corporation records. Corporate and recruiting brochures.
Collection contains brochures concerning the company's cooperative education program, about different locations in the United States and other countries, recruitment, and different company divisions.
Burroughs Corporation records. Corporate events.
Collection contains information about Burroughs "Corporate Events," these consisting mostly of retirement parties for the top executives of the company, and special visitors invited by the company.
Burroughs Corporation records. CUBE correspondence.
Collection contains correspondence and notes of CUBE.
Burroughs Corporation records. Cumbernauld Plant technical literature.
Collection contains reports from the Cumbernauld, Scotland plant about several different computers.
Burroughs Corporation records. Defense, Space, and Special Systems group.
Collection includes the Independent Research and Development reports from 1965-1971 for the Defense, Space, and Special Systems group of Burroughs Corporation.
Burroughs Corporation records. Detroit area divisions records.
Collection contains several types of reports from the Detroit area divisions of Burroughs Corporation.
Burroughs Corporation records. ElectroData Division records
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.
Burroughs Corporation records. Gregory Publishing Company Burroughs manuals.
Collection contains manuals for several large scale Burroughs computer systems published by the Gregory Publishing Company.
Burroughs Corporation records. Histories of Burroughs
Collection consists of articles and manuscripts discussing different aspects of American Arithmometer Company, Burroughs Adding Machine Company, and Burroughs Corporation history.
Burroughs Corporation records. Legion of Honor records.
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.
Burroughs Corporation records. Mechanical library.
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.
- Subject: Computer industry X
- Computer industry 41
- Computers 19
- Computer industry -- Societies, etc. 11
- Office equipment and supplies industry 10
- Computer industry -- United States 9
- Computer industry -- United States -- History -- Sources 9
- Computer industry -- History -- Sources 6
- Computer Industry -- United States -- History 5
- Computer industry -- Minnesota 5
- Computer software industry 5
- Computers -- History -- Sources 5
- Computers -- History. 5
- Computers -- United States -- History -- Sources. 5
- Electronic data processing -- Societies, etc. 5
- Univac computer 5
- COBOL (Computer program language) 4
- Computer industry -- History. 4
- Computers -- United States -- History 4
- Electronic Data Processing 4
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 4 + ∧ less
- Burroughs Corporation 40
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company 12
- Control Data Corporation 12
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 11
- Association for Computing Machinery 9
- International Business Machines Corporation 9
- Sperry Rand (Corporation) 8
- Engineering Research Associates 6
- General Electric Company 6
- Honeywell Inc. 6
- Remington Rand, Inc. 6
- Unisys Corporation 6
- Charles Babbage Institute 5
- United States. National Bureau of Standards 5
- American Arithmometer Company 4
- Auerbach Associates 4
- Gilchrist, Bruce, 1930- 4
- Radio Corporation of America 4
- Sperry Rand (Corporation). Univac Division 4
- United States. Office of Naval Research 4 + ∧ less