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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.
This series contains Control Data Corporation (CDC) manuals and other post-purchase product information for specific computer hardware and software.
This series contains reports on research and development projects in Control Data Corporation divisions, 1959-1964.
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.
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.
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.
Collection consists of subject files that contain reports, memoranda, and correspondence related to Edward Somers' work in automatic programming with Sperry Rand and GE's Computer Department.
The Engineering Research Associates-Remington Rand-Sperry Rand Records document research, development and production activities at company facilities in St. Paul, Minnesota. Collection consists of technical information on company projects, administrative materials related to the St. Paul location, engineers' files, and materials exhibited at the ERA 40th anniversary event in 1986.
The Eric A. Weiss papers include research materials used by Weiss; writing; correspondence; and personal papers and items.
Collection contains financial analyst reports describing and forecasting the computer industry, mostly authored by Frederic Withington.
Collection contains a photocopy of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings relating to the GE Computer Department and its activities in the Phoenix region.
Collection contains reports, brochures, articles, photographs, and other items related to General Electric's Power Control Simulator, ERMA (a bank automation system), AC Network Analyzer, Psychological Matrix Rotator, analog computing modules, the GE-150, Computer-Recorder for Radiosonde, and general computer operations.
Collection consists of subject files containing reports, memoranda, electronic mail print outs, and notes created by Gordon Goldstein as an electronics engineer and research administrator at the Office of Naval Research. Some of the material appears to have been gathered in his role as editor of the Digital Computing Newsletter.
Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, technical reports and notes, subject files, minutes, manuals, photographs, audio tapes, videotapes, publications, presentations, and a deposition related to Herbert Bright's work in the computer industry and with computer professional groups. Records from Philco and COMPLAN include chronological files for brief periods. Also included in the collection are some personal papers and photographs that partially document the period from 1924-1956.
Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, task force records, and committee agendas, minutes, and documents primarily collected by Theodore R. Bousquet. Part of the records appear to be files from Honeywell representatives to other standardization committees.
This collection contains pretrial depositions, plaintiff exhibits, deposition exhibits, trial testimony, trial exhibits, the final opinion and judgement, and indexes from the 1971 Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand suit.
The collection consists of corporate records of General Electric and the GE Computer Department, as well as materials gathered or created by H.R. Oldfield during and after his employment with GE and used in support of his 1996 book, King of the Seven Dwarfs: General Electric's Ambiguous Challenge to the Computer Industry.
Contains literature about hardware, software, systems, and installations in countries other than the United States, as well as descriptions of other countries' computing technology (regardless of where those descriptions originated). It also includes comparisons of different countries' computer technology, as well as reports involving multi-national organizations.
Collection includes an incomplete run of the ALGOL Bulletin, numbers 1-39 (numbers 9, 17, and 18 were not included in the collection), an ALGOL mailing list, a technical report, and a report on ALGOL 60.
Collection contains reports, presentations, research notes, and articles related to product design, quality control, and product planning for printers at Dataproducts Corporation and written by Irving Wieselman as a consultant on computer printer technology.
Collection contains reports and correspondence on ERA's capabilities and finances, the acquisition of ERA by Remington Rand, and the activities of the Electronic Computer Department.
Collection contains reports, proposals, design notebooks, technical literature, brochures, and advertisements relating to John S. Davis' work at Ramo-Wooldridge and from the associated companies of Thompson Ramo Wooldridge (later renamed TRW) Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Products Company, and Bunker Ramo.
This collection consists of the company administrative records for Lockheed Martin and its predecessor and subsidiary companies, dating from the 1940s through the 2000s.
- 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 -- 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 -- United States -- History 4
- Computer industry -- History. 4
- Electronic Data Processing 4
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 4
- Antitrust law -- United States 3 ∧ less
- Burroughs Corporation 40
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company 12
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 11
- Control Data Corporation 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