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Historic 1950s IBM  Mainframe Computer Pluggable Unit With Vacuum Tubes     #1 #IBM

Historic IBM Mainframe Computer Pluggable Unit With Vacuum Tubes

Soviet computer

The Agat an Apple II clone that was the most popular PC produced in the Soviet Union from 1984 to

In 1967, #IBM releases the floppy disk

IBM Floppy Diskette, 1971 that was first used to boot up a massive IBM Mainframe.

Motorola 6802 kit. My dad bought this kit for himself, but I found it in 9th grade and had my first exposure to assembler and the concept--albeit very basic--of a personal computer.

My dad bought this kit for himself, but I found it in grade and had my first exposure to assembler and the concept--albeit very basic--of a personal computer.

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Historic 1950s IBM Mainframe Computer Pluggable Unit With Vacuum Tubes #2

Historic IBM Mainframe Computer Pluggable Unit With Vacuum Tubes

Slide Rules as decorations

I kept my beloved Slide Rules for my children ! Well how was I to know back in 1970 haha

First IBM computer, the IBM 702 Mainframe, 1955

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Ezra Stoller, IBM 702 Machine, 1955 Beyond Architecture, an exhibition of photographs by the artist, is opening at Yossi Milo Gallery on January 2013

IBM 26 Card Punch, 1949 ... Solid iron ... I loved it!  My mother worked on one of these for twenty years.  The blank cards were around my house all the time.

Type 26 Printing Keypunch Introduced in the became the standard workhorse of the punched card office for over 15 years. I worked on one of these at the IRS

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