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Sperry Corporation, UNIVAC Division photograph collection

Accession 1985.261

Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
research@hagley.org

Finding aid prepared by Eric Rosenzweig, 2012

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2013-12-11T15:45-0500

Finding aid prepared using best local practices and Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Cite items for this collection in the following format:
[Description and dates], Box/folder number, Sperry Corporation, UNIVAC Division photograph collection (Accession 1985.261), Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, DE 19807

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Sperry Corporation, UNIVAC Division photograph collection
Dates: 1910-1989, bulk 1946-1985
Accession Number: 1985.261
Creator: Sperry Rand Corporation. UNIVAC Division.
Extent: 52 linear feet
Physical Description: [100 document boxes (50 linear feet) of photographic material (color and b&w prints in 8x10, 5x7, 4x6 and contact prints; color and b&w negatives in 35mm, 120mm, and 4x5 mostly on acetate or polyester film base; color and b&w transparencies in 8x10, 5x7, and 4x5 on acetate or polyester film base; 35mm color and b&w slides; scrapbooks and photo albums; a few b&w negatives on nitrate film base); 128 motion picture films (16mm, b&w, 1200 ft.); 406 video tapes (U-matic); 20 audio tapes and film strips]
Language of Material: English
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department
Abstract: The collection documents predecessor organizations to the Sperry Corporation, including the Remington Typewriter Company, the Rand Kardex Company, and the Sperry Gyroscope Company; the formation of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation; the development of the UNIVAC brand under Remington Rand, Inc.; Philadelphia and St. Paul branches of the UNIVAC division; the UNIVAC manufacturing plant in Bristol, Tennessee; and Sperry divisions outside of UNIVAC, including Sperry Gyroscope Flight and Defense Systems, and Remington Rand office equipment.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

On deposit since March 31, 1983 from Sperry Corporation (now Unisys) through the Sperry UNIVAC Division, Union Meeting and Township Line Roads, Blue Bell, PA 19424

This collection was acquired through Hagley's Manuscripts and Archives department as Accession 1825. The material was received in two large groups, with several smaller groups coming in occasionally. It is unknown whether more material will continue to be added to the collection. In turn, pictorial material from Accession 1825 was transferred to Hagley's Pictorial Collections department in two groups, each receiving a separate Pictorial accession number (1984.240 and 1985.261), despite originating from the same source.

Processing Notes

A portion of this collection was received and cataloged as Pictorial Accession 84.240 which has been integrated into the larger collection of Sperry Corporation materials (Accession 85.261) and exists now as boxes 1 through 19 of this collection.

The following item has been transferred from this collection to the Hagley Library Published Collections Department: "Guidance Computer for USAF Titan: Report of Progress in Film Memory Engineering", 1959.

Access Restrictions

Please contact staff in advance of research visit at research@hagley.org for instructions on how to apply for access to material.

Some items in this collection have been separated for future conservation work and are not available for research.

Use Restrictions

Physical access to unstable portions is granted at the archivist's discretion. In order to increase access to unstable materials, digital copies have been created.

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Historical Note

The Sperry UNIVAC division has its origins in the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (EMCC), founded in 1946 by J. Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly, who, under contract with the US Army's Ordnance Department, developed Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC), the first electronic digital computer. Shortly after the construction of ENIAC, the firm began improving on the ENIAC design, which led to the creation of the Binary Automatic Computer (BINAC), and then the Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC), the first commercial digital computer. In 1950, Eckert and Mauchly sold their firm to Remington Rand, Inc, a major manufacturer of business machines, who continued development of the UNIVAC system. The first UNIVAC was delivered in March 1951 and the following year CBS television used a UNIVAC to predict the outcome of the 1952 presidential election. That same year, Remington Rand acquired Engineering Research Associates (ERA), a Minneapolis-based computer-development firm, and ERA and EMCC were consolidated to form the UNIVAC Division of Remington Rand.

In 1955, Remington Rand merged with the Sperry Corporation, and the UNIVAC Division was retained as part of the newly formed Sperry Rand Corporation. Sperry-UNIVAC operated two separate UNIVAC engineering facilities, one in Philadelphia and the other in Minneapolis-St. Paul, each producing different lines of UNIVAC computer systems. Development of commercial, scientific, and business systems was headed by the Philadelphia facility, with St. Paul focusing on government and military computers. In 1962, the Philadelphia facility moved to nearby Blue Bell, PA, and became the UNIVAC Division World Headquarters and the UNIVAC Engineering Center (UEC).

Despite UNIVAC's early lead in computer development, Sperry-UNIVAC faced strong competition from International Business Machines (IBM). By the mid- 1950s, IBM had gained a clear edge in the business computer market, which it retained for the next several decades. UNIVAC, however, continued to produce new computer systems, with a limited amount of commercial success. UNIVAC machines developed from the first generation UNIVACs with vacuum tubes and mercury delay line memory to solid state machines with drum memory, then to transistorized computers with thin film memory, and eventually to microprocessors and personal computers. In spite of mediocre performance in the commercial market, industry experts commented that UNIVAC machines were generally superior to their IBM counterparts. In addition, UNIVAC remained a major military and government contractor, supplying computers to the Armed Forces, NASA, the FAA, and the Bureau of the Census. UNIVAC real-time computers were used extensively by the Navy as missile guidance systems, and formed the core of NASA's communications network for the Apollo space project.

In 1979, the Sperry Rand Corporation was renamed the Sperry Corporation, and in 1986, Sperry Corporation was absorbed by the Burroughs Corporation, and the name changed again to the Unisys Corporation.

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Scope and Content

This collection spans over seventy five years, from 1910 to 1989. The earliest material documents predecessor organizations to the Sperry Corporation, namely the Powers Accounting Machine Company, the Remington Typewriter Company, the Rand Kardex Company, and the Sperry Gyroscope Company. Photographs exist mainly in brief historical files kept by the Sperry Corporation, and for the most part are views of equipment and products such as Remington typewriters; adding machines and office equipment; and early Sperry gyrocompasses; and aviation instruments.

Significant coverage is given to the early years of electronic computers, from the mid- 1940s to 1955, encompassing the formation of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (EMCC) and the development of the UNIVAC brand under Remington Rand Inc. A series of negatives from the EMCC contains images of BINAC and the first UNIVAC model. These negatives include close up views of computer components, such as the memory system or circuit boards, as well as overall shots. Images of ENIAC, BINAC, and UNIVAC I also exist in several historical files within the collection, and in negative files from the Remington Rand-UNIVAC years. Of particular note, are a series of images of CBS television using a UNIVAC computer to predict the 1952 presidential election.

In addition to views of computer systems, there are also a number of photographs of personnel and facilities from the mid- 1940s to 1955. Important persons shown include J. Presper Eckert, John Mauchly, and other members of the ENIAC team, as well as noted computer programming pioneer Grace Hopper; individuals are photographed in both candid shots and posed portraits. The collection also contains photographs of the EMCC building in Philadelphia, as well as the Remington Rand-UNIVAC facility in northeast Philadelphia.

The bulk of the collection dates to the Sperry-UNIVAC years, from 1955 to 1986, covering both the Philadelphia and St. Paul branches of the UNIVAC division, with a small amount of material from a UNIVAC manufacturing plant in Bristol, Tennessee. Two separate photographers' negative files contain thousands of images of UNIVAC computer systems spanning three decades, including the UNIVAC I series, 1100 series, 9000 series, series 90, solid state computers, real-time computers, military computers, UNIVAC LARC, and the Sperry personal computer. Nearly every computer system developed by UNIVAC is represented in this collection.

While computer systems make up the largest portion of the 1955 to 1986 material, the collection also contains views of UNIVAC offices and plants throughout the United States, photographs of UNIVAC training classes and public relations events, and portraits of important persons within the company. Of particular note are a number of UNIVAC educational videos and slide shows, encompassing both training in the use of UNIVAC systems and marketing training for UNIVAC salespeople.

Finally, the collection holds a small amount of material from Sperry divisions outside of UNIVAC, including Sperry Gyroscope Flight and Defense Systems, and Remington Rand office equipment.

Research value: This collection documents the first forty years of computer history, from the invention of ENIAC, the first electronic digital computer, through the development of the scientific computer, the business computer, the supercomputer, and finally the personal computer. The collection contains strong documentation of early computers and the individuals responsible for pioneering computer technology, and will be of great interest to researchers studying the history of computing, the history of the modern business workplace, mid-twentieth century military and NASA computers, early computer design, and human-computer interface design. Researchers studying twentieth century marketing techniques and employee training will find the marketing and educational material in this collection to be a rich resource. In addition, the images in this collection will be a valuable resource for those taking a hands-on approach to history, including model builders and hobbyists restoring computers of the past, and film-makers and set designers recreating office workspaces of the second half of the twentieth century.

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Arrangement

Arrangement within each of these series is unique, and corresponds directly to the original order of each of the record units within each series. Additional arrangement notes are provided at the series and subseries levels.

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Bibliography

Gray, George T. and Smith, Ronald Q. 2004. "Sperry Rand's First-Generation Computers, 1955-1960: Hardware and Software." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.

Lukoff, Herman. From Dits to Bits: A Personal History of the Electronic Computer. Portland, Or.: Robotics Press, 1979.

Norberg, Arthur L. Computers and Commerce: A Study of Technology and Management at Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company, Engineering Research Associates, and Remington Rand, 1946-1957. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005.

Gray, George. "The UNIVAC File Computer," Unisys History Newsletter. Volume 2, Number 2. December 1993 (revised 1999)

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Access Points

Auerback, Isaac L.
BINAC (Computer).
Blue Bell (Pa.)
Brainerd, John G. (John Grist), 1904-1988.
Bristol (Tenn.)
Computer hardware.
Computer industry--History.
Computer industry--United States--Military aspects
Computer industry--United States.
Computers.
David Taylor Model Basin.
EDVAC (Computer).
ENIAC (Computer).
Eckert Mauchly Computer Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa).
Eckert, J. Presper (John Presper), 1919-1995.
Electronic Control Company.
Electronic data processing.
Electronic digital computers--United States--History.
Ferrite cores.
Ford Instrument Company.
Goldstine, Herman Heine, 1913-2004.
Groves, Leslie R., 1896-1970.
Harnwell, G. P. (Gaylord Probasco), 1903-1982.
Hopper, Grace Murray, 1906-1992.
Integrated circuits--Design and construction.
Inventory control.
Keypunches.
LARC (Computer).
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Logic circuits--Design and construction.
Lukoff, Herman.
Magnetic amplifiers.
Magnetic cores.
Magnetic memory (Computers).
Mauchly, John W. (John William), 1907-1980.
Microprocessors--Design and construction.
Minicomputers.
Moore School of Electrical Engineering.
Norwalk (Conn.)
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Powers Accounting Machine Company.
Printed circuits--Design and construction.
Punched card systems--Machinery industry.
Rand Kardex Bureau, Inc.
Remington Rand, Inc.
Remington Rand, Inc. UNIVAC Division.
Remington Typewriter Company.
Rockets (Aeronautics)--Guidance systems.
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Solid state electronics.
Sperry 1100 series computers.
Sperry Rand Corporation.
Sperry UNIVAC.
Sudbury (Mass.)
Sudbury, Mass. Sperry Research Center
Tabulating machines
Thin film devices--Design and construction.
Typewriters.
UNIVAC 1100 series (Computer).
UNIVAC 1107 (Computer).
UNIVAC computer.
UNIVAC file computer.
Vacuum-tube circuits--Design and construction--History.
Von Neumann, John, 1903-1957.
Weapons industry--United States--History.
Whitpain Township (Pa.)
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, 1947-1951
4x5 b&w negatives; 8x10 b&w prints of negatives; copy prints (exhibits in various lawsuits)
Scope and Content
This series contains images of the facilities of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, the equipment produced at these facilities, and the people who designed and developed this equipment. Facilities include the Moore School at University of Pennsylvania, and the Allegheny Avenue buildings. The bulk of this series consists of images of the ENIAC and BINAC computers (overall systems, individual components, and details of each component).
Historical Note
The UNIVAC division of the Sperry Corporation has its origins in the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (EMCC), founded in 1946 by J. Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly, who, under contract with the United States Army's Ordnance Department, developed Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC), the first electronic digital computer.
Shortly after the construction of ENIAC, the firm began improving on the ENIAC design, developing the Binary Automatic Computer (BINAC) and the Universal Automated Computer (UNIVAC), the first commercial digital computer. In 1950, Eckert and Mauchly sold their firm to Remington Rand, Inc, a major manufacturer of business machines, who continued development of the UNIVAC system. The first UNIVAC was delivered in March 1951 to the United States Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census, and the following year, CBS television used a UNIVAC to predict the outcome of the 1952 presidential election. That same year, Remington Rand acquired the Minneapolis-based computer-development firm Engineering Research Associates (ERA). ERA and EMCC were consolidated to form the UNIVAC Division of Remington Rand.
A. UNIVAC Philadelphia Records Center photographs, circa 1947
347 items
Box Folder
1 1 ENIAC, circa 1947; (36) 8x10 bw prints (7) 8x10 bw negatives
1 2 John W. Mauchly, circa 1947; (18) 8x10 bw prints
1 3 J. Presper Eckert, circa 1947; (5) 8x10 bw prints
1 4 Employee Groups, circa 1947; (24) 8x10 bw prints
1 5 Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation and BINAC details, circa 1950; (30) 8x10 bw prints
1 6 BINAC, circa 1950; (48) 8x10 bw prints
Box Folder
105 1 BINAC crew at Ridge Avenue plant, circa 1965; (7) 11x14 bw prints
Box Folder
1 7 Binder - UNIVAC System photos and description, circa 1951
1 8 Slides of Computer Circuits, 1949, circa 1950; (56) 8x10 bw prints
1 9 Hardware from Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, circa 1947; (26) 8x10 bw prints
1 10 Atanasoff Computer, circa 1947, circa 1971 [Copy prints of photos circa 1947] ; (56) 8x10 bw prints
1 11 Atanasoff Computer, circa 1947, circa 1971 [copy prints] ; (47) 8x10 bw prints
B. Eckert-Mauchley Computer Corporation (EMCC) Negatives, 1948-1949
Access Restrictions
This portion of the collection has been separated to cold storage.
Box Folder
21 1 Memory demonstration unit, undated
21 2 Memory demonstration, RH recirc. amp., undated
21 3 UNIVAC memory temperature control block diagram, undated
21 4 Acoustic delay register block diagram, undated
21 5 Crystal mounting detail for acoustic delay register, undated
21 6 UNIVAC memory gating circuits, undated
21 7 Memory tank - small, undated
21 8 Tape and reel with Wendell (Doug?) and Bonn, circa 1949
21 9 Tape and reel, undated
21 10 Memory demonstration from left, undated
21 11 Memory demonstration head on, undated
21 12 Memory demonstration, Ike Auerbach, J.P. Eckert, circa 1948
21 13 I. Auerbach and small memory tank, circa 1949
21 14 Shaw and Schaffer with small memory tank, circa 1949
21 15 Computing speed chart, circa 1949
21 16 UNIVAC block diagram, circa 1949
21 17 UNIVAC computer block diagram, circa 1949
21 18 Binary coded decimal with odd check chart, circa 1949
21 19 Victor Bernard with B-H tester, circa 1949
21 20 UNIVAC system drawing Cushing-Nevell, undated
21 21 Memory device, LH recirc. Amp. Memory demonstration, undated
21 22 Memory demonstration at 1215 Walnut St. [Philadelphia], circa 1948
21 23 Nancy Schaffer and memory tank, undated
21 24 Bob Shaw and memory tank, undated
21 25 Memory unit, undated
21 26 Memory unit partial assembly, 1948 August 17
21 27 Memory unit partial assembly, undated
21 28 Memory unit components, undated
21 29 Memory unit components, undated
21 30 XTALS and COAT lines, undated
21 31 Unitape partial assembly, undated
21 32 Unitape assembly, undated
21 33 Typewriter - filling station, circa 1948
21 34 BINAC control box, circa 1949
21 35 Sylvania P4E sync, circa 1949
21 36 Sync - upper front, undated
21 37 Unitape demonstration, 1949 August 27
21 38 RTR 1 ASA - partial full, undated
21 39 RTT 1 ASA - final upper, undated
21 40 RTR 1 ASA partial upper back, undated
21 41 RTT 1 ASA Full front partial, undated
21 42 RTR 1 ASA Final LR front, undated
21 43 RTT 1 ASA Partial full front, undated
21 44 RTT 1 ASA Final lower front, undated
21 45 Recording Term. Back from top, ASA, undated
21 46 ASA Rt back from top, undated
21 47 Right side - final, undated
21 48 RT Power Supply - bottom, undated
21 49 RT front close, undated
21 50 Power Supply - top, undated
21 51 Tape drive unit, undated
21 52 RTR Front final, undated
21 53 RTT Front final, undated
21 54 RTR upper back final, undated
Box Folder
22 1 RTR full final, 1949 September
22 2 RTT full final, undated
22 3 Chassis 3 ASA, undated
22 4 Chassis ASA, 1948-1949
22 5 Chassis 5 ASA, undated
22 6 Chassis 6 ASA, undated
22 7 Chassis 7R ASA, undated
22 8 Chassis 7T right ASA, circa 1949
22 9 Chassis 7T left ASA, undated
22 10 Delay line, undated
22 11 Delay line from above, undated
22 12 Delay line - bottom, undated
22 13 Delay line - side inverted, undated
22 14 John Mauchly - portrait, circa 1949
22 15 John Mauchly, circa 1949
22 16 John Mauchly, circa 1949
22 17 J. Presper Eckert and memory tank, circa 1949
22 18 Synchr. Demonstration - 3/4 view, bottom complete, undated
22 19 Synchroscope - 3/4 view rear full, undated
22 20 Synchroscope - 3/4 view side full complete, undated
22 21 Synch. Demonstration - back full complete, undated
22 22 BINAC memory unit with ILA, undated
22 23 UNIVAC binary adder demonstration unit - front full complete, undated
22 24 Memory demonstration - front center complete, 1948 October 15
22 25 Decimal adder demonstration - front full comlete, 1948 November 12
22 26 BINAC front full complete, 1949 January
22 27 BINAC - back complete, 1949 January 26
22 28 BINAC synchronizer - back complete, 1949 January
22 29 BINAC recirculation chassis - left side bottom, 1949 January 26
22 30 BINAC recirculation chassis - left side complete, undated
22 31 BINAC chassis - recirculation chassis - right side and bottom, undated
22 32 UNIVAC system drawing Sprude and Sims, circa 1949
22 33 UNIVAC memory - cut away view, undated
22 34 Electrostatic memory demonstration - front full complete, 1949 February 28
22 35 Electrostatic memory demonstration - memory tube screen 32x32, circa 1949
22 36 Electrostatic memory demonstration - rear complete full, 1949 February 28
22 37 Electrostatic memory demonstration - rear complete full with auxiliary power supply, 1949 February 28
22 38 Electrostatic memory - front upper tank complete, 1949 February 28
22 39 Electrostatic memory demonstration - front middle section complete, 1949 February 28
22 40 Electrostatic memory second demonstration unit - side view complete, 1949 September 8
22 41 Electrostatic memory second demonstration unit - front view, complete, 1949
22 42 Electrostatic memory second demonstration unit memory tubes - front complete, 1949 September 8
22 43 Memory unit, second electrostatic memory demonstration unit, plug in memory unit - front complete, 1949 September
22 44 BINAC - front complete (Ridge Ave), 1949
22 45 BINAC typewriter and keyboard - front full view, complete, 1949 August
22 46 BINAC public showing - front complete with Victor, 1949 August
22 47 BINAC memory and computer - front, complete with Baker, 1949 August
22 48 UNIVAC memory - output end, partial, 1949 December
22 49 UNIVAC memory - input, partial - mercury tank, 1949 December
22 50 Eckert-Mauchly Division, Remington Rand, 3747 Ridge Ave, Exterior, airbrushed copy negative, undated
C. Sperry Rand design and production negatives [Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation]
Processing Notes
This group is referred to in the processing plan as "UNIVAC Negatives - Phila." ("Sperry Negatives)."
Box Folder
24 35 EINAC, undated; (34) 4x5 bw negatives (34) 4x5 bw prints
24 36 ENIAC, undated
24 37 The BINAC, 1958 October 10; (1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 38 Jiffy Jazzer, 1950 March 21; (1) 4x5 bw negative (1) 4x5 bw print
24 39 Jiffy jazzer, 1950 March 21; (1) 4x5 negative
24 40 Jiffy Jazzer, 1950 March 21; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 41 Demonstration mercury memory (color transparency), undated; (1) 4x5 color transparency
24 42 Tube test views, 1950 June 16; (10) 4x5 bw negatives
24 43 Mercury memory test - Unit - Front door closed, 1950 June 19; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 44 Xtal test set-up, 1950 June 20; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 45 Pulse response, original demonstration tank, undated; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 46 USC Supervisory Control (P), 1950 August 22; (1) 4x5 bw negative (1) 4x5 bw print
24 47 ST. Mercury. Shipment, 1950 October 20; (3) 4x5 bw negatives (3) 4x5 bw prints
24 48 Mercury memory: Chassis, typical, 1952 September 13; (3) 2x5 bw negative transparencies
24 49 Test equipment: Magnetic amplifier circuit development - general view of equipment with William F. Steagall, circa 1952 October; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 50 X-ray camera, 1955 April 4, circa 1952 October; (11) 4x5 bw negatives
24 51 Microwave equipment, 1955 April 4; (3) 4x5 bw negatives
II. Remington Rand - UNIVAC Division, 1950-1955
2267 items (photographic prints and negatives: b&w; color; color transparencies: 8x10; 5x7; 4x5; 35mm)
Scope and Content
The series contains images of the Remington Rand punched card equipment that preceded the development of the first Remington Rand computers, such as model 2, 3, and 4 tabulators and sorters. This also includes verifiers, interpreters, and collators. This series also contains images of the early Remington Rand punched card computers developed by the in Norwalk, Connecticut (the 409, and the UNIVAC 60 and 120), those developed by the former Engineering Research Associates in St. Paul, Minnesota (1103 computer system), and the first UNIVAC computer developed by the former Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company.
Historical Note
The Remington Rand UNIVAC Division was the result of the amalgamation of the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation of Philadelphia, the Engineering Research Associates of St. Paul, and the Remington Rand Tabulating Machines Division of Norwalk. The machines produced by this Division of the Remington Rand corporation drew from the work of all three of the corporate entities to produce the first UNIVAC computer (1951) and its card-reading computer predecessors.
In 1943 the Division began its work on the development of an electronic calculating machine. The result of this work was the electronic 409 punched card calculating computer (1949). The UNIVAC Division expanded on the design of the 409 machine to create the UNIVAC 60 and 120 models in 1952 and 1953, respectively.
A. Sperry Rand design and production negatives, 1950-1955
203 items (4x5 and 5x7 b&w, acetate, negatives)
Scope and Content
This subseries documents the production and marketing of the UNIVAC computer system.
1. UNIVAC
Box Folder
24 52 UNIVAC I, undated; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 53 UNIVAC I, 1950 August 19; (1) 4x5 negative
24 54 UNIVAC I, 1950 August 19; (1) 4x5 negative
24 55 UNIVAC I, 1950 August 22; (1) 4x5 negative
24 56 UNIVAC I: Power supply chassis, circa 1950; (4) 4x5 bw negative transparencies
24 57 Uniservo: Front view, cover on, 1950 May 25; (1) 4x5 bw negative
24 58 Uniservo: Front view, cover off, 1950 May 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 59 Uniservo: Rear view, 1950 May 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 60 Uniservo: Front view, 1950 June 7; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 61 Uniservo: Tape panel, 1950 June 7; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 62 Uniservo: Chassis SE5, top view, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 63 Uniservo: Relay chassis, lower assembly, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 64 Uniservo: Back board wiring, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 65 Uniservo: chassis SE5, full view, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 66 Uniservo: Hg. relay panel, bottom view, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 67 Uniservo: Rear view, motor pane, 1950 August 14; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 68 UNIVAC system: Pentagon installation (HQ US Air Force) floor plan, 1952 December 17; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative transparency
24 69 UNIVAC system, display model, 1956 December 6; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 70 Inscriptions: "UNIVAC system", 1953 January 9; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
2. Punched card machines, 1953-1962
Box Folder
27 155 Remington Rand punched card, 1953 August 13, 1954 October 21; ( 6) 5x7 bw negative transparencies (1) 4x5 bw negative transparency
27 156 Punch Cards: Comparrision of Remington Rand and IBM, circa 1954; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
27 157 Tabulating Card, 1957 September 9; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
27 158 Remington Rand tabulating card: UCT processor manual, 1958 January 7; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
27 159 Punch card equipment: 319 Collator, 1958 October; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
27 160 Punch card equipment: 120 Electronic Sorter, 1958 October; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
27 161 Punch card equipment: Mechanical sorter, 1958 October; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
27 162 Punch card equipment: UNIVAC 120 computer tower unit, 1958 October; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
27 163 Punch card equipment: UNIVAC 120 computer, 1958 October; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
27 164 Punch card equipment: Paper rack, 1958 October; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
27 165 Punch card equipment: Paper burster, 1958 October; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
27 166 Punch card equipment: Card storage rack, 1958 October; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
27 167 Card-Punching Printer class number 2, 1959 January 5; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
27 168 80 column punched card, 1960 June; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
27 169 90 column punched card, 1960 June; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
27 170 UNIVAC III punched cards, marked packet, 1962 February 5; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
3. Remington Rand equipment, 1957-1964
Box Folder
27 171 Flexowriter (Comm. Controls Corp.), 1957 July 8; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
27 172 Randex Model 100 (II): Case work in place, 1961 April 27; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
27 173 New electric typewriter, 1960 September 28; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
27 174 Sorter No. 1, 1960 October 25; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
27 175 Interpreter, 1960 October 25; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
27 176 Collating Reproducer, 1960 October 25; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
27 177 High speed collator, 1960 October 25; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
27 178 High speed collater and collating reproducer - transparencies, undated; ( 1) 4x5 color transparency
27 179 Unidentified component - transparency, circa 1960; ( 4) 4x5 color transparencies
27 180 Interpreter and sorter, circa 1960; ( 6) 4x5 color transparencies (2) 4x5 color negatives
27 181 Remington typewriter, 1964 December 10; ( 6) 5x7 bw negatives
B. UNIVAC Division World Headquarters negatives
158 items (4x5 and 5x7 b&w negatives)
1. Card machines, 1955-1975
Box Folder
29 63 Punched card equipment - key punch, undated; (1) 4x5 bw negative
29 65 Punch card equipment - 319 collator, 1958 October 1; (1) 4x5 bw negative
29 66 Punch card equipment - UNIVAC 120, 1958 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 313 UNIVAC 120 system in accounting, 1961 February 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 67 Card punching printer, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 56 Remington Rand tabulating card, 1958 January 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 57 90 column punched card, 1960 June 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
31 8 Remington Rand 90 hole punched card, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
2. UNIVAC Equipment - installations, 1950-1955
Box Folder
29 301 Jiffy jazzer, 1950 March 2; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 302 Mercury memory test unit - door open, 1950 June 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 303 Mercury memory test unit - rear view, 1950 June 20; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 10 UNIVAC I (first), US Census Bureau installation at EMCC Division (?), 23rd Street - John Wallace and Al Smith, 1953 April 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 12 UNIVAC I - US Census Bureau at EMCC Division (?) - John Wallace, Al Smith, 1953 April 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 2 UNIVAC I installation - US Census Bureau, 23rd Street at EMCC Division (?) - John Wallace, Al Smith, 1953 April 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 1 UNIVAC I - Census Bureau at Ridge Avenue (?), undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 9 UNIVAC I - Census Bureau Mod 1 at Ridge Avenue (?), undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 11 UNIVAC I (first) installation - U.S. Census Bureau, 23rd Street - John Wallace, Al Smith, 1953 April 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 3 UNIVAC I (first), undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 4 UNIVAC I (first) - US Census Bureau, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 5 UNIVAC I - Census Bureau at Ridge Ave (?), undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 6 UNIVAC I (first) - US Census Bureau, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 7 UNIVAC I - Census Bureau machine at Ridge Ave (?) 1953?, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 8 UNIVAC I (first) - US Census Bureau, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 119 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 120 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 121 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 122 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 123 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 124 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 125 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 126 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 127 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 128 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 129 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 130 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 131 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 132 UNIVAC I, number two, shipping, 1952 February 19; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 95 UNIVAC installation floor plan, Pentagon, United States Air Force headquarters, 1952 December 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 96 UNIVAC I installation - Remington Rand New York City, 1954 April 22; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 97 UNIVAC I installation - Remington Rand New York City, 1954 April 22; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
Box Folder
30 29 UNIVAC I - Remington Rand UNIVAC Division Service Bureau, New York, no people, 1954 April 22; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 30 UNIVAC I Remington Rand New York City Service Bureau - retouched, undated; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
3. UNIVAC I, 1955-1975
Box Folder
30 62 UNIVAC I - supervisory control panel, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 63 UNIVAC I - supervisory control panel, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 216 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 217 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 218 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 219 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 220 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 221 UNIVAC installation / customer Arizona Public Service, 1956 September 5; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 237 UNIVAC I display model - Remington Rand logotype, 1956 December 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
4. UNIVAC Equipment - testing and demonstrations, 1950-1955
Box Folder
29 283 UNIVAC, 1950 August 22; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 165 UNIVAC mercury tank testing, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 166 EMCC Division Test equipment - Magnetic amplifier circuit development, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 167 EMCC Division Test equipment - Magnetic amplifier circuit development, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 1 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 2 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 3 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 4 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 5 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 6 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 7 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 8 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 9 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 10 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 11 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 12 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 13 1952 election coverage, CBS, UNIVAC I, Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, 1952; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 177 UNIVAC I prediction printout, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 46 Punched card - Remington Rand, 1953 January 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 133 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 134 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 135 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 136 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 137 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 138 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 139 UNIVAC I demonstration for A.M.A., 1953 March 18; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 45 ERA magnetic drums - four sizes with person, 1954 January 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
5. Facilities, 1950-1955
Box Folder
29 300 EMCC second floor, 1949, 1949 January 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 169 EMCC Division Library, 23rd Street, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 191 EMCC Division - Xray camera, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 192 EMCC Division - Xray camera, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 193 EMCC Division - Heat treating furnace, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 155 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 156 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 157 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 158 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 159 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 160 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 161 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 162 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 163 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 164 EMCC Division - Drafting Department, 1952, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 36 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue exterior, 1952 October 12; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 35 EMCC Division - Remington Rand - 3747 Ridge Avenue, 1952 November 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 37 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue exterior (airbrushed), 1952 November 29; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 170 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 171 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 172 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 173 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 174 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 175 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 176 EMCC Division - 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue flood damage, 1953 May 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 142 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 143 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 144 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 145 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 146 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 148 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 149 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 150 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 151 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 152 EMCC Division Plant inspection by Remington Rand officials and US Air Force representatives 23rd Street, 1953 November 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 189 EMCC Division - Machine shop, 1955 March 16; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 190 EMCC Division - Microwave equipment, 1955 April 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 194 EMCC Division - Furnace room, 1955 April 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 195 EMCC Division - Electromechanical office (Earl Masterson), 1955 May 11; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 196 EMCC Division - Electromechanical office (Earl Masterson), 1955 May 11; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 197 EMCC Division - Electromechanical laboratory, 1955 May 11; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
6. People, 1950-1955
Box Folder
29 226 Beach, John C., Director of Manufacturing Division - 25 years with company gift, 1955, 1955 September 28; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 227 Beach, John C., Director of Manufacturing Division - 25 years with company gift, 1956, 1955 September 28; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 228 Beach, John C., Director of Manufacturing Division - 25 years with company gift, 1957, 1955 September 28; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 39 Bonn, Theodore H., 1954 January 15; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 38 Chapline, Joseph D., 1954 February 10; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 183 Eltgroth, 1951 November 21; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 178 Harr, Luther, 1950 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 184 Holberton, Betty, 1953 March 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 185 Holberton, Betty, 1953 March 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 40 Huff, M., 1953 April 3; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 43 Katz, A., 1953 March 13; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 239 Lopez, Frank with CTC II - card feed unit, 1954 April 21; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 238 Masterson, Earl, 1952 December 10; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
30 44 Douglas McArthur - Philip S. Vincent, Assistant Manager, Philadelphia Operations - copy negative, 1953 December 16; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
30 42 Mitchell, Dr. H., 1953 March 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
30 41 Petersen, R., 1953 April 7; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
29 208 Sims, John Clark Jr. - Head of Engineering Liaison, 1955 October 7; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 141 Stremmel, Louis - retired, 1952, 1952 January 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 182 Vincent, Philip - Assistant Manager, Philadelphia Operations, 1951 November 21; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 186 Waltman, R., 1953 March 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 179 Weiher, James R. - Director, Engineering Division, 1952 September 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 180 Wilson, Louis D., Project Coordinator, 1951 July 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 181 Wilson, Louis D., Project Coordinator, 1951 July 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 182 Hopper, Grace M. at desk, undated; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
29 183 Hopper, Grace M. and Programming Department, EMCC Division, undated; (7 envs.) 4x5 b&w negatives
7. Class portraits, 1950-1955
Box Folder
29 153 EMCC Logic class, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 154 EMCC Logic class, 1952 October 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 198 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 199 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 200 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 201 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 202 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 206 EMCC Division - Training programming, 1955 June 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 207 EMCC Division - Training: logical operation, 1955 September 30; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
29 209 EMCC Division - Training: logical operation 020, Penn Sherwood Hotel, 1955 December 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
8. Advertising, 1950-1955
Box Folder
30 33 Recruiting poster, Remington Rand - EMCC Division, 1952, 1952 January 1; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
Box Folder
29 140 Remington Rand - EMCC Division recruiting poster, 1952 December 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
Box Folder
30 25 Remington Rand logo, undated; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
30 26 Remington Rand logotype, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
C. UNIVAC Philadelphia Records Center Photographs
1 items [b&w 8x10 prints; color prints; transparencies; b&w negatives]
1. Tabulating Machines Division, circa 1955
a. Remington Rand punches, undated
Box Folder
2 1 Remington Rand tabulating cards, undated; ( 32) 8x10 bw prints
2 2 Portable punch, undated; includes negatives
2 2 Spot punch, undated; (5) 8x10 bw prints
2 4 Key punch, undated; includes negatives
2 5 Key punch with models, undated; ( 19) 8x10 bw prints
2 6 Card-O-Matic, undated; includes negatives
2 7 Card-O-Matic with models, undated; ( 12) 8x10 bw prints
2 8 Tape to card converter, undated; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
2 9 Tape to card converter with Model (Operators), undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 10 Card to tape converter, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 11 Card to tape converter with model, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 12 Summary card punch, undated; includes negative
2 13 Summary card punch with models, undated; ( 5) 8x10 bw prints
2 14 Reproducing punch, undated; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
2 15 Standard reproducing punch, undated; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints
2 16 Standard reproducing punch with model, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
2 17 80-90 column alpha-numeric reproducing punch, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 18 80-90 column alpha-numeric reproducing punch with model, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
2 19 Numbering reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 8x10 bw print
2 20 Collating Reproducing Punch, undated; ( 32) 8x10 bw prints
2 21 Collating Reproducing Punch with model, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
2 22 Converting reproducing punch, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
2 23 Multi-control reproducing punch, undated; ( 10) 8x10 bw prints
2 24 Multi-control reproducer and tabulating machine parts, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
2 25 Multi-control reproducing punch and model, undated; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
2 26 Interfiling reproducing punch, undated; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
2 27 Interfiling reproducing punch with model, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
2 28 Interfiling reproducing punch (rear view), tabulating machine parts, undated; ( 1) 8x10 bw print
2 29 Tag controlled reproducing punch, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 30 Tag controlled reproducing punch with model, undated; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints
2 31 Printing multiplying punch, undated; includes negative
2 32 Printing multiplying punch and model, undated; ( 1) 8x10 bw print
2 33 Synchro-Matic, undated; ( 10) 8x10 bw prints
2 34 Synchro-Matic with model, undated; ( 14) 8x10 bw prints
2 35 Optical scanning punch, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
2 36 Optical scanning punch - Model 5440, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
2 37 Optical scanning punch with model, at Ilion Plant, undated; ( 5) 8x10 bw prints
2 38 Cards punched by optical scanning punch, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
Box Folder
3 13 Calculating punch, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
3 14 Calculating punch with model, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
b. Remington Rand sorters, undated
Box Folder
3 1 Historical images, undated; includes negatives
3 2 Model 3 sorter, undated; ( 11) 8x10 bw prints
3 3 Model 3 counting sorter, undated; ( 9) 8x10 bw prints
3 4 Model 3 sorter with model, undated; ( 11) 8x10 bw prints
3 5 Model 4 electronic sorter, undated; ( 28) 8x10 bw prints
3 6 Model 4 electronic sorter and model, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
3 7 Model 4 electronic sorter detail: adjustable receiver springs for short cards, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints( 7) 4x5 color transparencies; (1) 8x10 color print; (1) 8x10 bw print; (1) 8x10 bw negative
3 8 Model 4 electronic counting sorter, undated; ( 16) 8x10 bw prints
3 9 Model 4 electronic sorter transparencies and negatives
3 10 Duplicate card detectors, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
3 11 Duplicate card detector (color negatives), undated; ( 4) 4x5 color transparencies; (1) 4x5 color negative
3 12 Punched card reading unit, undated; ( 15) 8x10 bw prints
c. Remington Rand tabulators, undated
Box Folder
3 15 Historical images, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 4x5 negative; (4) 8x10 negatives
3 16 Model 2 Tabulator, undated; ( 12) 8x10 bw prints
3 17 Model 2 Tabulator and model, undated; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints
3 18 Model 3 Tabulator, undated; ( 42) 8x10 bw prints
3 19 Model 3 Tabulator and models, undated; ( 20) 8x10 bw prints; (2) 5x7 bw prints
3 20 Model 3100 Tabulators and model, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
3 21 Details of various tabulating machines, undated; ( 11) 8x10 bw prints
d. Remington Rand interpreters, undated
Box Folder
3 22 Historical images, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 5x7 bw prints
3 23 Various machines, undated; ( 33) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
3 24 Interpreter and model, undated; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
3 25 Interpreter - color print and negative, undated; ( 1) 8x10: color print; (1) 8x10 color negative
3 26 Drawing of interpreter and human, undated; ( 1) 8x10 color print
3 27 Interpreter and model - color transparencies, undated; ( 9) 4x5 color transparencies
e. Remington Rand verifiers, undated
Box Folder
3 28 Verifiers, undated; ( 13) 8x10 bw prints
3 29 Verifiers with model, undated; ( 12) 8x10 bw prints
3 30 Automatic verifier, color print, undated; ( 1) 8x10 color print
3 31 Photo electric key verifier, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
3 32 Photo electric key verifier, undated; ( 1) 8x10 color transparency with mask
f. Remington Rand collators, undated
Box Folder
3 33 Various machines, undated; ( 11) 8x10 bw prints
3 34 Collator with model, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
3 35 High speed collator - negatives and transparencies, undated; ( 1) color negative; (2) color transparencies
3 36 High speed collator with model (color negatives), undated; ( 4) 4x5 color negatives; (5) 4x5 color transparencies
3 37 High speed collator with model, undated; ( 1) 8x10 color print
3 38 Collator, undated; ( 1) 8x10 color print; (1) 8x10 color negative
g. Remington Rand accounting machines, undated
Box Folder
3 39 Historical tabulating installations, undated; ( 47) 8x10 bw prints; (2) 8x10 negatives
3 40 Powers Accounting Machine Company, undated; ( 13) 8x10 bw prints; (2) 4x5 negatives; (1) 8x10 color rendering
Box Folder
4 1 Low-cost tabulating equipment with model, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
4 2 Three tabulating machines, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 3 Four tabulating machines, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 4 Five tabulating machines, undated; ( 1) 4x5 color negative
4 5 Six tabulating machines (photo of line drawings), undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 6 Six tabulating machines, undated; ( 1) 4x5 color negative
4 7 Six tabulating machines, undated; ( 1) color negative; (1) color print
4 8 Seven tabulating machines, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 9 Operating Training School, Key Punch Class, undated; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 10 Electronic Keypunch and Electronic Verifier, undated; ( 2) 8x10 negatives; (12) 2x2 color transparencies; (4) 4x5 color transparencies
4 11 Electronic Keypunch, Verifier, and Sorter, undated; ( 2) 2x2 color transparencies; (1) 4x5 color transparencies
4 12 1701 Verifying Punch, 1710 Interpreting Punch, 1720 Card Sorter, undated; ( 8) color transparencies; (3) color negatives; (2) 8x10 bw prints
h. Remington Rand Synchro-Tape typewriters, undated
Box Folder
4 13 Synchro Tape accounting machines, undated; ( 11) 8x10 bw prints
4 14 Synchro Tape card cutter, undated; ( 13) 8x10 bw prints
4 15 Synchro Tape typewriter, undated; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
4 16 Typewriter and model, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
4 17 Typewriter and read punch unit, undated; ( 16) 8x10 bw prints
4 18 Typewriter with read punch unit and models, undated; ( 16) 8x10 bw prints
4 19 Tape images, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
4 20 Read punch unit (1 of 2), undated; ( 24) 8x10 bw prints
4 21 Read punch unit (2 of 2), undated; ( 18) 8x10 bw prints
i. Point of Sale
Box Folder
4 22 Point O Sale Recorder, undated; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
4 23 Point O Sale recorder and model; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
4 24 Point O Sale Recorder keyboard, undated; ( 31) 8x10 bw prints
4 25 Point O Sale Recorder sales check, undated; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
4 26 Point O Sale Recorder tag reader, undated; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
4 27 Point O Sale Recorder tape perforator, undated; ( 10) 8x10 bw prints
4 28 Point O Sale inventory control products, undated; ( 15) 8x10 bw prints
2. UNIVAC Division
a. UNIVAC punched card computers, 1949-1953
Box Folder
4 29 UNIVAC 409 computer, circa 1949; ( 10) 8x10 bw prints
4 30 UNIVAC 409 computer with model, circa 1949; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 31 UNIVAC 60 and 120 outline shown in graphic design, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 32 UNIVAC 60 and 120, Component parts - input/output panels with models, circa 1953; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
4 33 UNIVAC 60 and 120 with models, circa 1953; ( 7) 8X10 color transparencies
4 34 UNIVAC 60 and 120 with models, circa 1953; ( 23) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
4 35 Paper tape reader and UNIVAC 120, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
4 36 Paper tape reader for UNIVAC 60 and 120, circa 1953; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints
4 37 Paper tape reader for UNIVAC 60 and 120 with model, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 38 UNIVAC 120 arithmetic unit, circa 1953; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 5x7 bw print
4 39 UNIVAC 60 and 120, circa 1953; ( 2) 4x5 color negatives; (1) 8x10 color print; (1) 8x10 negative
4 40 Paper tape reader and UNIVAC 120, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 color prints
4 41 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - computing unit, circa 1953; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
4 42 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - control panel, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 43 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - input/output panel, circa 1953; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints
4 44 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - program test panel, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 45 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - program test panel and model, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 46 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - read punch unit, circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 47 UNIVAC 60 and 120, component part - tower, circa 1953; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 8x10 negative
4 48 UNIVAC 60 and 120 (photos of line drawings), circa 1953; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
4 49 UNIVAC 60 and 120, circa 1953; ( 12) 8x10 bw prints
b. UNIVAC I system, 1949-1953
Box Folder
5 1 [UNIVAC I at] CBS-TV, circa 1951; ( 1) 8x10 bw negative
5 2 UNIVAC I with models, circa 1951; ( 22) 8x10 bw prints; (2) 4x5 color transparencies; (9) 8x10 bw negatives; (2) 8x10 color prints
5 3 UNIVAC I chassis, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints
Box Folder
3 4 UNIVAC I chassis with model, circa 1951; ( 7) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 6x7 color transparency
Box Folder
5 5 UNIVAC I mercury storage tank, circa 1951; ( 6) 8x10 bw prints
5 6 UNIVAC I component part: supervisory control board and model, circa 1951; ( 18) 8x10 bw prints
5 7 UNIVAC I component part: Uniservo, circa 1951; ( 15) 8x10 bw prints; (2) 8x10 negatives
5 8 UNIVAC I component part: Uniservo and model, circa 1951; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
5 9 UNIVAC I component part: Uniservo, circa 1951; ( 3) 8x10 bw prints
5 10 UNIVAC I component part: supervisory control board diagrams, circa 1951; ( 4) 8x10 bw prints
5 11 UNIVAC I component part: supervisory control board, circa 1951; ( 13) 8x10 bw prints
5 12 UNIVAC I at John Hancock [insurance company], circa 1951; ( 1) 4x5 color transparency
5 13 UNIVAC I component part: Uniprinter and model, circa 1951; ( 1) 8x10 bw print
5 14 UNIVAC I component part: Uniprinter, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 color prints; (2) 8x10 negatives
5 15 Scale model of UNIVAC I, circa 1951; ( 10) 8x10 bw prints
5 16 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper and model, circa 1951; ( 8) 8x10 bw prints
5 17 UNIVAC I component part: supervisory control board, circa 1951; ( 3) 8x10 color negatives
5 18 UNIVAC I component part: Uniprinter, circa 1951; ( 23) 8x10 bw prints
5 19 UNIVAC I component part: Uniprinter, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 color transparencies
5 20 UNIVAC I system with models, circa 1951; ( 8) 8x10 color transparencies
5 21 UNIVAC high speed printer, circa 1951; ( 5) 8x10 color prints; (1) 4x5 color print; (1) 4x5 color negative
5 22 UNIVAC I system, circa 1951; ( 5) 8x10 bw prints; (4) 8x10 color transparencies
5 23 UNIVAC I component part: central computer, circa 1951; ( 7) 8x10 color transparencies
5 24 UNIVAC component parts: Uniservo I and II, circa 1957; ( 4) 5x7 negatives; (1) 8x10 negative; (3) 8x10 color prints
5 25 UNIVAC II component part: magnetic core memory, circa 1951; ( 1) 8x10 color transparency
5 26 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper, circa 1951; ( 5) 8x10 bw prints
5 27 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 color transparencies
5 28 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper with model, circa 1951; ( 3) 4x5 negatives; (4) 8x10 color transparencies
5 29 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper, circa 1951; ( 3) 8x10 color prints; (1) 8x10 negative
5 30 UNIVAC I component part: Unityper keyboard diagram, circa 1951; ( 1) 8x10 bw print
5 31 UNIVAC I component part: Verifier, circa 1951; ( 1) 4x5 color transparency
5 32 UNIVAC component part: Unityper II, circa 1957; ( 1) 8x10 negative; (1) 4x5 negative
5 33 UNIVAC I component parts: wiring units, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 color transparencies
5 34 UNIVAC I magnetic tape, circa 1951; ( 3) 8x10 color transparencies; (1) 8x10 color negative
5 35 UNIVAC II component part: magnetic core memory matrix, circa 1951; ( 13) 4x5 color transparencies; (8) 8x10 color transparencies
5 36 UNIVAC I manufacture, circa 1951; ( 2) 8x10 bw prints; (1) 4x5 color transparency; (10) 8x10 color transparencies
5 37 UNIVAC I unprinted negatives and unidentified subjects, circa 1951; negatives
5 38 UNIVAC II system, undated; ( 4) 8x10 color prints
D. Remington Rand equipment
423 items [142 photographic prints and copy negatives: b&w; 8x10; 4x5]
Scope and Content
This subseries complements II.D. UNIVAC Philadelphia Records Center (corresponding images are cross-referenced on sleeves). This group has been divided by corporate entity into two main groups: “Tabulating Machines Division" and “UNIVAC Division."
1. Tabulating Machine Division equipment, circa 1955
276 items ( 93 images)
20 94 Remington typewriter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
20 102 Remington typewriter, undated; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 18 Model 2 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 19 Model 2 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 14 Model 2 tabulator with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 16 Model 2 tabulator (tabulator 275), undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 17 Model 2 tabulator (tabulator 275), undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 20 Model 2 tabulator installation, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 21 Model 2 tabulator and summary 90 column, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 44 Model 3 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 45 Model 3 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 46 Model 3 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 47 Model 3 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 1 Model 3 tabulator installation, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 41 Model 3 tabulator installation, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 69 Model 3 tabulator installation, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 89 Model 3 tabulator, detail - wiring unit, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 113 Model 3 tabulator, detail - print control mechanism, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 53 Model 3 tabulator, detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 48 Model 3 tabulator with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 49 Model 3 tabulator with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 50 Model 3 tabulator with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 126 Model 3 tabulator - detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 107 Four tabulating machines, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 104 Low-cost tabulating equipment with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 9 Standard reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 23 80-90 column alpha-numeric reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 132 80-90 column alpha-numeric reproducing punch with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 4 Collating reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 5 Collating reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 42 Converting reproducing punch - detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 43 Multi-control reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 3 Interfiling reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 64 Alpha-numerical key punch (306-1), undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 66 Alpha-numerical key punch (306-1), undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 67 90 column key punch with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 68 Tabulating key punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 63 Key punch with tape to card converter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 22 Summary card punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 37 Summary card punch and model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 38 Summary card punch and model 3 tabulator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 39 Model 2 sorter installation, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 40 Model 3 counting sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 55 Model 3 sorter with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 128 Model 3 counting sorter, detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 57 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 58 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 59 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 60 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 78 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 100 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 141 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 62 Model 4 electronic card sorter - detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 142 Model 4 electronic card sorter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 72 Model 4 electronic card sorter, detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 56 Model 4 electronic card sorter with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 61 Model 4 electronic card sorter with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 129 Model 4 electronic card sorter, detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 74 Model 4 electronic card sorter, detail - control panel, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 15 Sorter - Duplicate card detector, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 24 Synchro-Tape, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 25 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 26 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 27 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 28 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 29 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 30 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 31 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 32 Synchro-Tape accounting machine, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 137 Synchro-Tape typewriter and read punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 33 Synchro-Matic, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 34 Synchro-Matic, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 35 Synchro-Matic typewriter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 36 Synchro-Matic typewriter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 65 Synchro-Matic, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 2 Interpreter with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 131 Interpreter and model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 6 312 interpreter with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 7 312 interpreter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 8 Interpreter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 10 Interpreter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 11 Card to tape converter, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 12 Lab. Verifier, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 13 Optical scanning punch - model 5440, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 51 319 collator, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 54 Point-O-Sale recorder sales check, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 117 Point-O-Sale, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 97 Tabulating punched card reading unit, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 124 Tabulating punched card reading unit, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 98 Calculating punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 96 Photo-electric key verifier, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 99 Tag controlled reproducing punch, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 127 Card-O-Matic, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
2. UNIVAC Division equipment, undated
147 items ( 49 images)
20 85 UNIVAC 409, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 88 UNIVAC 409, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 111 UNIVAC 409 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 76 UNIVAC 60 and 120, 90 column, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 116 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 118 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 119 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 120 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 121 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 122 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 123 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 140 UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 70 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 73 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 77 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 82 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 106 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 109 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 133 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 93 UNIVAC 60 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 134 UNIVAC 120 with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 71 UNIVAC 120 computer unit input-output panels with model, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 75 UNIVAC 120 computer unit detail - input-output panel, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 112 UNIVAC 120 computer unit detail - input-output panel (partial), undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 52 UNIVAC 120 read punch unit and computer unit, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 135 UNIVAC 60/120 read punch unit, detail, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 105 Mock-up installation with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 110 Mock-up installation with models and UNIVAC 120, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 125 ERA 1103 Scientific Computer system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 138 ERA 1103 Scientific Computer system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 139 ERA 1105 Scientific Computer system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 92 ERA 1105 Scientific Computer system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 114 ERA 1105 Scientific Computer system, alternate configuration, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 79 UNIVAC File Computer model 0, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 90 UNIVAC I at the United States Census Bureau, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 86 UNIVAC I wiring units, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 87 UNIVAC I wiring units, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 80 UNIVAC II system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 103 UNIVAC II components, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 81 UNIVAC III system with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 83 UNIVAC Solid State Computer tape system 80, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 84 UNIVAC Solid State Computer tape system 80, with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 95 UNIVAC Solid State Computer card system 80, with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 91 UNIVAC Solid State Computer card system 80 with Randex, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 101 UNIVAC Solid State Computer card system 90, with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 136 UNIVAC Solid State Computer card system 90 with Randex, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 108 Randex, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 115 LARC system, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
20 130 LARC system with models, undated; ( 1) 4x5 bw print; (2) 4x5 bw negatives
E. UNIVAC I construction scrapbook pages, 1950-1954
216 pages
Arrangement
The photos are arranged, for the most part, by component, namely: Central Computer; Uniservo; Power Supply; Unityper; Uniprinter; Card-To-Tape Machine; Control Console.
Scope and Content
This material is a photo documentation of the construction of the UNIVAC I computer system, first produced in 1951.
32 UNIVAC I power supply, 1950 Novemebr 16 - 1954 May 24 [Pages 1-20; photos 60-112, 134, 505, 506, 532.] ; (20) pages (57) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I Uniservo, 1950 November 20 - 1954 August 13 [Pages 21-42; photos 135-176, 548, 580-598.] ; (23) pages (62) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I Uniprinter, 1950 November 17 - 1953 December 14 [Pages 43-59; photos 56-59, 177-215.] ; (17) pages (43) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I high speed printer, 1954 February 6 - 1954 September 23 [Pages 60-73; photos 510-616 (non-contiguous).] ; (14) pages (31) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I memory, 1950 September 30 - 1953 December 26 [Pages 74-88: photos 445-484, 542, 577.] ; (15) pages (42) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I wiring diagrams, 1954 [Pages 89-92: photos 533, 537, 542, 557, 606, 607, 617.] ; (4) pages (7) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I logos, 1952-1953 [Pages 93-96: photos 32-40.] ; (4) pages (9) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I manual figures and tables, 1952 April 13 - 1954 September 16 [Pages 97-108; photos 113-133, 500-503, 507, 509, 511, 525, 526, 552, 609, 615.] ; (12) pages (42) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I control console - wiring, 1950 November 17 - 1953 October 12 [Pages 109-127; photos 245-299.] ; (19) pages (55) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I input/output equipment, 1950 September 20 - 1954 September 22 [Pages 128-147; photos 41-43, 300-343, 513, 517, 551, 553, 618.] ; (20) pages (53) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I central computer (wiring), 1950 September 30 - 1952 October 31 [Pages 148-158; photos 415-444.] ; (11) pages (30) numbered pages
32 UNIVAC I unidentified piece, 1951 April 29 - 1954 June 24 [Pages 159-163: photos 44-53, 541.] ; (5) pages (13) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I card to tape machine, 1950 November 15 - 1954 August 18 [Pages 164-183; photos 218-244, 514-600 (non-contiguous).] ; (18) pages (42) numbered images
32 UNIVAC I power supply, 1950 October 1 - 1954 September 15 [Pages 184-217; photos 216, 217, 344-414, 425, 519, 523, 524, 546-549, 554, 558-562, 603-605, 613.] ; (34) pages (92) numbered images
III. Sperry-UNIVAC, 1955-1985
Scope and Content
This series contains images that document the activities of both the St. Paul and Philadelphia plants of the UNIVAC Division of the Sperry Rand Corporation. This includes the UNIVAC File Computers; Solid State computers; Scientific computers; Real-Time Computer Systems; UNIVAC 1100 series; 9000 series; 80 and 90 System families; and workstations. This series also contains images of the various computers that were developed for the United States Armed Forces, such as the Athena missile guidance system, the Naval Tactical Data System, the 418 Field Army Ballistic Missile Defense System, and the UNIVAC 1206, 1218, 1230 and 1240 computers.
Like the other series in this collection, this series is comprised of numerous accretions deposited over time to this repository. Each accretion has a unique origin and contains images that were collected for a specific purpose. The accretions in this series include Industrial Design images and Public Relations images from both St. Paul and Philadelphia/Blue Bell. They document the design work performed at the UNIVAC Engineering Center (UEC) in Blue Bell, the Sperry Research Center in Sudbury, Massachusetts, and the manufacturing work that went on at various plants throughout the United States, with a special emphasis on the work done by the Sperry Federal Systems Division in St. Paul, Minnesota.
This series also contains images used in the endeavors of the Sperry UNIVAC marketing department. This includes images that were selected to appear in various product literature publications, as well as those images that were not selected.
A. Philadelphia/Blue Bell, PA, 1955-1989
photographic and contact prints: b&w; 8x10, 5x7, 4x6; transparencies: color, b&w; 8x10, 5x7 and 4x5; acetate or polyester film base; 35mm: color; slides: b&w
Historical Note
The Philadelphia operations of Sperry UNIVAC began as UNIVAC system development and production by the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation. The Philadelphia plant produced the UNIVAC I and II systems, as well as the Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC). Operations were eventually moved to nearby Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, which became the home of the Sperry UNIVAC World Headquarters. The UNIVAC Engineering Center in Whitpain Township produced many Sperry UNIVAC commercial/business computer systems, including the UNIVAC Solid State Computer (USSC) in 1959, the UNIVAC III in 1962, the 9000 series between 1965 and 1973, the System 90 family between 1973 and 1975, and the System 80 family around 1980.
Scope and Content
This subseries contains staff photographer files and marketing and public relations images from the corporate archives of the complete UNIVAC product line from 1955 to 1989.
1. Sperry Rand design and production negatives, 1955-1967
2 images
Scope and Content
The bulk of the material in this group consists of images of the UNIVAC 1050 system, a subsystem of the UNIVAC III system. Also included are images of some of the UNIVAC computers and the various peripherals that were produced between 1955 and 1967, as well as images of some contemporary Remington equipment.
a. Public Relations, 1955-1967
Scope and Content
Contains individual portraits of various personnel, and group portraits of training classes and published images of events, equipment, and Sperry UNIVAC facilities.
i. Facilities, 1946-1967
Box Folder
23 1 1900 W. Allegheney, Bldg. #25. Interior, 1946 November 16; ( 18) 4x5 bw negatives
23 2 "Miscellaneous: Eckert-Mauchly, 2nd floor", circa 1949; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative (1) 4x5 bw print
23 3 1900 W. Allegheny. Bldg. 4-5-6, 1955 April 3; ( 29) 4x5 bw negatives
23 4 Company library at 23rd Street facility., 1952 October; ( 7) 4x5 bw negatives
23 5 2300 W. Allegheny Avenue, Exterior, 1952 October 12, November 29; ( 7) 5x7 bw negatives
23 6 3747 Ridge Avenue, 1952 October 19, November 29; ( 7) 4x5 bw negatives
23 7 Map. Philadelphia. Rem Rand facilities., 1952 November 14, 1956 March 12; ( 3) 5x7 bw negative transparencies (1) 4x5 bw negative transparency (1) 4x5 bw transparency (5) 5x7 bw prints
23 8 Power Room, 1954 July 2; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
23 9 Machine shop, 1955 March 16; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 10 Furnace Room, 1955 April 4; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 11 Furnace, Heat-treating, 1955 April 4; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 12 1900 W. Allegheny. Bldg. 1A. Interior, 1955 July 6; ( 27) 4x5 bw negatives
23 13 1900 W. Allegheny. Bldg. 1A. Enterior, 1955 July 6; ( 16) 4x5 bw negatives
23 14 1901 W. Allegheney, Bldg. #25. Interior, 1955 December 20; ( 29) 4x5 bw negatives
23 15 1900 W. Allegheny Ave. Bldg. #25. Formal Opening, 1956 May; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 16 South Norwalk, Conn. Laboratory for Advanced Research, 1956 August 10; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
23 17 (Amsterdam?,) Holland, 1956 August 10; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
23 18 Memory Development Laboratory, 1956 November 16; ( 1) 4x5 be negative
23 19 1900 Allegheny Ave. Copies from originals. [Maps], 1957 May 9; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
23 20 1900 W. Allegheny. Bldg. x-3. Interior. 4th floor., 1957 September 26; ( 16) 4x5 bw negatives
23 21 U.E.C. Computer Center - Plated wire parametron display., 1961 November 4; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 22 Whitpain facilities - Air manifold for NASH compressor., 1961 December 1; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 23 Bronze plaque in front of building., 1962 May; ( 8) 4x5 color negatives
23 24 UEC Cafeteria., 1962 August; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
23 25 TUDAT - Overall view of test station with personnel., 1962 December 23; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
23 26 TUDAT - Overall view of test station with personnel.; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
23 27 TUDAT - Overall view of test station with personnel., 1962 December 23; ( 2) 5x7 color prints (1) 5x7 bw print
23 28 Fastrand development lab. - general view., 1963 March 20; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative (1) 3x6 bw negative
23 29 Screen room - external, 1964 February 17; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 30 Progress views - plant II, 1965 November 2; ( 9) 4x5 bw prints
23 31 Opening day ceremonies at Plant II, 1965 November 15; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 32 Progress views - Ac. Bldg., 1966 March 19; ( 20) 4x5 bw negatives
23 33 Molnar construction, 1966 April 8; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
23 34 Computer center - drop ceiling modification, 1966 April 15; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 35 Molnar - new building construction, 1966 May 24; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
23 36 Molnar construction, 1966 May 25; ( 12) 4x5 bw negatives
23 37 Molnar - new building construction, 1966 May 31; ( 12) 4x5 bw negatives
23 38 Molnar computer center, 1966 May 31; ( 7) 4x5 bw negatives
23 39 Molnar - new building construction, 1966 June 14; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 40 World Headquarters Building. Trial sign - Bob Howell, 1967 February 22; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 41 UNIVAC building (color transparencies)., undated; ( 6) 4x5 color transparencies
ii. Portraits - training classes, 1955-1960
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
23 42 Training class. Logic class, circa 1952 October; ( 6) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 5x5.5 bw prints
23 43 Training class. Programming, UNIVAC, circa 1955 June 28; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 44 Training class. Logical Operation 020, 1955 September 30; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 45 Training class. Logical Operation 020, 1955 December 1; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 46 Training class. Logical operation 020., 1956 March 26; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
23 47 Training class. UTT II. Class No. 4. September 7, 1956, 1956 July 18; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (3) 4x5 bw prints
23 48 Training class. UNIVAC Central Computer. Class No. 9. July 27, 1956, 1956 July 18; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
23 49 Training class. UNIVAC Central Computer. Class No. 10. 17 August 1956, 1956 August 17; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
23 50 Training class. Central Computer Class #12, 1956 September 10; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 51 Training class. UTT II. Class No. 7, December 14, 1956, 1956 October 17; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
23 52 Training class. UNIVAC I Central Computer. Class No. 14. November 9, 19856, 1956 October 17; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
23 53 Training class. UNIVAC I Central Computer, 1956 October 17; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 54 Training class. UNIVAC I Central Computer, 1956 October 17; ( 4) 4x5 bw prints
23 55 Training class. Central Computer Class No. 15, 1956 November 30; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 56 Training class. Central Computer Class No. 16, 1956 December 21; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 57 Training class. UCT Programming. Course No. 2. International Division. 25 November 1957, 1957; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 58 Training class. Central Computer Class No. 17, 1957 January 11; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 59 Training class. UCT Class No. 1. International Division. Sales, 1957 January 25; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 60 Training class. Central Computer Class No. 18, 1957 February 1; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 61 Training class. Central Computer Class No. 19, 1957 February 22; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 62 Training class. UCT Class No. 1. International Division, 1957 August 27; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 63 Training class. UNIVAC I Class No. 21. Jan. 31, 1958, 1958 January 31; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 64 UTT-II Graduating Class, 1958 February 12; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 65 Training class. UCT Maintenance Course, 1958 February 27; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 66 Training class. UNIVAC Tape Verifier, 1958 February 27; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 67 Training class. UNIVAC II Difference Course., 1958 March 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 68 Training class. Unityper II Class., 1958 March 26; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 69 Training class. UNIVAC II Difference course No. 5., 1958 May 21; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 70 Training class. Unityper II Verifier Class No. 25, 1958 June 20; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 71 Training class. UNIVAC II Class No. 4., 1958 June 27; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 72 Training class. UNIVAC I Class No. 25., 1958 August 8; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 73 Training class. UNIVAC II Class #5, 1958 August 14; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 74 Training class. Unityper II verifier Class No. 26., 1958 August 22; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 75 Training class. Verifier Class # 28, 1958 September 8; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 76 Training class. Unityper II Verifier Class No. 27, 1958 October 9; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 77 Training class. UNIVAC Central Computer Class No. 26, 1958 October 16; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 78 Training class. UNIVAC Training Schematics, 1958 December 15; ( 8) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
23 79 UNIVAC I Central Computer Class No. 27 January 9, 1959 [graduation date], 1958 December 11; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives (5) 4x5 bw prints
23 80 Block Buffer Class No. 1, 1958 December 16; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 81 Unityper II Class #29., 1959 February 19; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 82 UNIVAC II CC Class #6., 1959 February 20; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 color prints
23 83 Training class. UNIVAC II Central Computer Class #29, 1959 April 15; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 84 UNIVAC I central Computer Class # 30. May 22, 1959 Graduation Date., 1959 May 1; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 85 UNIVAC II CC Class No. 8, 1959 June 11; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 86 Verifier Class No. 30, 1959 June 11; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 87 UNIVAC II Central Computer Class #9., 1959 July 17; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 88 Training class. UNIVAC Central Computer class #31, 1959 September 9; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 89 UNIVAC I Computer Class No. 32, 1960 January 7; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 90 UNIVAC II Computer Class #11, 1960 February 8; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 color prints
23 91 Central Computer Class #35, 1960 August 11; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 92 Training class. UNIVAC II. Difference Class No. 8, undated; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives (5) 4x5 bw prints
iii. Portraits - personnel, 1952-1959
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
23 93 Beach, John C., Director of Manufacturing Division, Gift Presentation, 1955 September 28; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 94 Bonn, Theodore H., 1954 January 15; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives (1) 5x7 bw print
23 95 Chapline, Joseph D., 1954 February 10; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
23 96 Chapline, Joseph D., 1954 February 10; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
23 97 Dresh, John, 1959 January 27; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 98 Eckert, J. Presper (at Tektronox scope), 1956 August 14; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative (1) 5x7 bw print
23 99 Eltgroth, 1951 November 21; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 100 Fauntleroy, L. J., 1959 January 27; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 101 Gray, Joshua Harry, 1956 May; ( 11) 5x7 bw negatives (8) 5x7 bw prints
23 102 Green, Kenneth., 1957 April 3; ( 10) 4x5 bw negatives
23 103 Huff, M, 1953 April 3; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 105 Kriessman, Dr. C., 1958 August 1; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 104 Katz, A, 1953 March 13; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 106 Lawrence, Joseph D., Jr., 1955 October 10; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
23 107 Lee, Francis, undated; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 108 Lopez, Frank (with CTC II - Card feed unit), 1954 April 21; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 109 Mah, Lee - Remington Rand, Detroit, Michigan., 1956 December 14; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 110 Mauchly, J. W., 1957 January 22; ( 9) 5x7 bw negatives (8) 5x7 bw prints
23 111 Meeley, Marilyn - Automatic Programming, 1957 December 20 and 31; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative (1) 5x7 bw negative
23 112 Mitchell, Dr. H, 1953 March 13; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (3) 2.5x2.5 bw negatives
23 113 O'Kane, James Joseph - Manager of Technical Employment, 1955 September 27; ( 2) 4x5 bw prints (15) 4x5 bw negatives
23 114 Petersen, R., 1953 April 7; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 115 Reilly, Paul, 1957 October 25; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
23 116 Sims, John Clark, Jr. Head of Engineering, 1955 October 7; ( 7) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
23 117 Tinstman, Carl, undated; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 118 Victor, B., 1959 January 27; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
23 119 Vincent, Philip S, Assistant Manager, Philadelphia Operations, 1951 November 21; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 120 Waltman, R., 1953 March 13; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 121 Weiner, James R. - Director, Engineering Division, 1952 September 13; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 122 Wilson, L. D., 1961 February 15; (4) 4x5 color negatives (4) 4x5 color prints
iv. Events and equipment, 1955-1967
Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
23 123 (Recruiting) "UNIVAC passes …" "The first name in electronic computing systems.", 1955 November 22; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies (3) 5x7 bw transparencies
23 124 Remington Rand UNIVAC conference posters, 1956; (6) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
23 125 Whitpain Township. Zoning brochure. Text., 1956 August 10; ( 12) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
23 126 Posters. "UNIVAC-LARC". Line copy. Positive., 1956 August 27; ( 1) 5x6 bw transparency
23 127 UNIVAC erection crew, Wright Field, Ohio., 1956 October 24; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 128 Open House "Visitor" badges, 1956 October 26; ( 1) 8x10 bw negative
23 129 Open House (Rem Rand officials) (includes view of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Draper with Dr. Mauchly)., 1956 October 29; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
23 130 Open House (IRE members)., 1956 November 1; ( 12) 4x5 bw negatives
23 131 U.S. Signal Corps Officers visit to R. R. UNIVAC, 1957 August 29; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 132 U.S. Army Signal Corps representatives., 1957 July 26; ( 9) 4x5 bw prints
23 133 Million Man-hours Awards Luncheon, 1957 December 10; ( 9) 4x5 bw negatives
23 134 Automatic Programming Personnel, 1958 January 13; ( 9) 4x5 bw negatives
23 135 Million man-hours safety award., 1958 May 2; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 136 Mr. Papken Sassouni UARC with Dr. Viken Sassouni Univ. of Penna., 1958 June 27; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 137 "B" Crew - skin diving, and canoe., 1958 August 4; ( 7) 4x5 bw negatives
23 138 Dr. G. Hopper and Allen Jobes, 1958 September 15; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 139 R.R. UNIVAC installation at Franklin Institute., 1958 October 3; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
23 140 Messrs. Vickers, Fry, Herman, Eckert and Fisher, 1959 March 9; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 141 Visit to Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I by personnel of David Taylor Model Basin, 1960 January 14; ( 10) 4x5 bw negatives (5) 4x5 bw prints
23 142 Visit to LARC I by personnel of David Taylor Model Basin, 1960 March 16; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
23 143 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) seminar for aircraft industry., 1960 March 24; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 144 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) Seminar - executives from West Coast Industries., 1960 March 24; ( 6) 4x5 bw negatives
23 145 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC)Seminar - executives from West Coast Industries., 1960 March 24; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
23 146 Franklin Institute Management Development Seminar, 1960 April 5; ( 6) 4x5 bw negatives
23 147 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: overall view of LARC I area, 1960 April 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 148 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: placing skids under LARC I drums, 1960 April 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 149 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: power supplies being packed in boxes, 1960 April 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 150 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: Packing of power supplies into boxes for shipment, 1960 April 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 151 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: Packed boxes for shipment (LARC trellis), 1960 April 25; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 152 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: M. G. panel being placed on the elevator for shipment, 1960 April 25; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 153 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: Movement of the M.G. from LARC I area, 1960 April 25; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 154 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: LARC I units (engineer's console, drums and servos) ready for shipment, 1960 April 25; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 155 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: loading M.G. on the elevator, 1960 April 25; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 156 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: equipment being packed on trucks, 1960 April 25; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
23 157 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: fastened drum in a Neptune moving truck, 1960 April 26; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 158 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: semi-packed drum on a loading platform, 1960 April 26; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 159 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: drums packaged for shipment, 1960 April 26; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 160 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: overall view showing pre-packed drums, 1960 April 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negative
23 161 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: Neptune truck entering Remington Rand driveway, 1960 April 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negative
23 162 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: Jack Wicker checking Uniservos, 1960 April 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negative
23 163 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: drum being secured on a moving truck, 1960 April 26; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 164 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I tear-down for Livermore: overall view of shipping area, 1960 May 4
23 165 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I shipment to A.E.C., 1960 May 4; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
23 166 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I shipment to A.E.C.: Trucks leaving Remington Rand (19th and Allegheny), 1960 May 4; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
23 167 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I shipment to A.E.C.: Pennsylvania Turnpike photos, 1960 May 4; ( 17) 4x5 bw negatives
23 168 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I shipment to A.E.C.: Jo Stanton, 1960 May 4; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
23 169 Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC) I shipment to A.E.C.: D. Evans and P. Bragg, 1960 May 4; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
Box Folder
24 1 O. Weder's visit, 1960 June 13; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives (2) 4x5 color brints
24 2 W. Suchors visit to Randex area. 1 A Bldg. (R.R. Phila), 1960 July 13; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 3 UNIVAC II C.C. #14 Graduation date September 30, 1960, 1960 August 15; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 4 Visit of Japanese representative to RRU, 1960 August 15; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (3) 4x5 bw prints
24 5 Interview of J.P. Eckert by Roy Beemer of RRU, New York, 1960 September 7; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (2) 4x5 bw prints
24 6 UNIVAC Corporate Identity Program - art renderings, 1960 October 10; (11) 4x5 bw negative transparencies (4) 4x5 bw negatives
24 7 UNIVAC 120 system in Accounting., 1961 February 6; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 8 Photo for UNIVAC News - Tom Matcovich operating measuring instrument in Thin Film calibration, 1961 February 15; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 9 Portraits of James McGarvey, Programming Department, taken in his office, 1961 February 15; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 10 Jim McGarvey's 10th Anniversary with Remington Rand, presentation of scroll - Dr. Hopper, Malcom Smith, Mary Joyce, presenting scroll, and fellow workers, 1961 February 15; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 11 Tape USSC 80 - Judy Robey at Central Control., 1961 August 8; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative (1) 4x5 bw print
24 12 Tape USSC 80 - Judy Robey at desk with books., 1961 August 8; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 13 Recruiting campaign - Facilities brochure - Writers conference., 1962 May 22; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 14 European executives visit to UEC, Whitpain., 1962 May 25; ( 20) 4x5 color negatives
24 15-17 European executives visit to UEC, Whitpain (Black and White), 1962 May 25; ( 56) 5x7 bw negatives
24 18 UNIVAC III - model stacking cards on card punch mock-up., 1962 June 9; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 19 19th and Allegheny, 1A Building, first floor offices, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 20 2nd floor offices at 19th and Allegheny in 1A Building, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 21 2nd floor offices at 19th and Allegheny in 1A Building, 1963 May 6; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 22 Fastrand Story - C. Erbenick shown in Fastrand Assembly Area, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 23 Fastrand Story - C. Erbenick shown in Fastrand Assembly Area, 1963 May 6; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 24 Fastrand Story - Engineers and technicians working on Fastrand prototype, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 25 Fastrand Story - Engineers working on Fastrand in UEC clean room, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 26 Fastrand Story - Engineers and technicians testing a Fastrand drum, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 27 Fastrand Story - Engineers and technicians shown doing balance test on Fastrand drum, 1963 May 6; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 28 Joe Kienle, engineer in servo group, 1963 May 27; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 29 Wire-plating lab - p.r. views of equipment and personnel for May 1965 issue of UNIVAC News (MISSING), 1965 May 1; ( 19) 2x2 bw negative transparencies
24 30 Inspection of 1000th drum - Bob Broughton, 1967 March 2; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
24 31 Visit of Bibby, Rader, etc., undated; ( 6) 4x5 bw negatives
24 32 Telephone operators., undated; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
24 33 Miscellaneous negatives (b/w and color), undated; ( 7) 4x5 color transparencies
24 34 Miscellaneous color transparencies., undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative (1) 5x7 color negative (2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
b. UNIVAC II, 1957-1959
Box Folder
24 71 UNIVAC II: Test group, 1957 December 23; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 72 UNIVAC II: Uniservo A, undated; ( 16) 5x7 bw negatives
24 73 UNIVAC II: UNIVAC tape verifier - typewriter, 1956 July 25, 1957 May 15, 1957 September 16; ( 10) 4x5 bw negatives (5) 5x7 bw negatives
24 74 UNIVAC, simplified (block diagram), 1958 November 1; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 75 UNIVAC: Lettering samples, 1959 December 9; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
c. UNIVAC Solid State Computer (USSC), 1956-1962
Box Folder
24 76 UNIVAC Solid State Computer: Read punch unit - Bull P-19 (without casework), 1959 July 16; ( 10) 4x5 bw negatives
24 77 UNIVAC Solid State Computer: Read punch unit - Bull P-19 (with casework), 1959 July 17; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
24 78 UNIVAC Solid State Computer: 90 Column improvement program - current models, 1961 June; ( 8) 5x7 bw negatives
24 79 UNIVAC Solid State Computer: Standard printer, 1961 September 8; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 80 UNIVAC Solid State Computer 80: Removing printed circuit card with extractor, 1961 August 8; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives (1) 4x5 bw print
24 81 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator, 1956 November 15; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 82 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Printed circuit packages, general, 1958 May 27; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 83 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Punch card - input and output words, 1958 July 7; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
24 84 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): High speed printer - one line of print, 1958 July; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 85 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Read punch unit, 1958 March 8; ( 6) 5x7 bw negatives
24 86 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Uniservo II tape panel - removing or mounting reel, 1958 March 18; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 87 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Uniservo II, model 72, undated; ( 1) 5x7 negative
24 88 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): Drum, magnetic planning procedures, 1958 September 10; ( 10) 4x5 bw negatives
24 89 UNIVAC Calculating Tabulator (UCT): High speed printer - bit pattern, 1959 June; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 90 Card reader: Model 133 - front view, 1962 March 24; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 91 Card reader: Model 133 - 3/4 right rear view, 1962 March 24; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 92 Card punch: Model 127 - right side view, 1962 March 31; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
d. Livermore Advanced Research Computer (LARC), 1956-1961
Box Folder
24 93 LARC I: Over-all system, artists conception, 1956 August 18; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives (1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 94 LARC I: Over-all system, artists conception, 1956 September 17; ( 6) 5x7 bw negatives
24 95 LARC I: Diagram of over-all system, 1956 October 30; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative transparency
24 96 LARC I: Airbrushed photo, 1957 February 6; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 97 LARC I: Scale model, 1957 August 29; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 98 LARC I : Supervisory console - artists conception, 1958 December 3; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
24 99 LARC I: Livermore, California floor plans, 1958 January 29; ( 2) 5x7 bw negative transparencies
24 100 LARC I: Engineer and operator console, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 101 LARC I: Computing, memory and processor units, 1958 December 16; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 102 LARC I: Processor engineers and technicians, 1960 April 24; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
24 103 LARC I: C.U. unit, Module 4, 1960; ( 4) 5x7 color negatives
24 104 LARC II: Memory power supply - strobe and gate chassis, 1960 May 16; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
24 105 UNIVAC LARC plastic sign used in LARC I area., 1961 December 7; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
24 106 Groups in LARC II area, 1960 October 20; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
e. UNIVAC III, 1960-1963
Box Folder
24 107 UNIVAC III: System proposals #1 and #3, 1960 May; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 108-109 UNIVAC III: Art rendering, 1960 June 13; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 110 UNIVAC III: Art concept, 1961 May 12; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 111 UNIVAC III: Prototype B - overall view in Computer Center, 1962 April; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
24 112 UNIVAC III: Mock-up with prototype printer, 1962 April 24; ( 8) 5x7 bw negatives
24 113 UNIVAC III: Console and servos in background, with and without model (Jean Brennan), 1962 August 1; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
24 114-115 UNIVAC III: Fourteen views of completed machine, 1963; ( 29) 5x7 bw negatives
24 116 UNIVAC III with model, undated; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 117 UNIVAC III: Data processing equipment, 1960 September 9; ( 7) 5x7 bw negatives
24 118 UNIVAC III: Computing high-speed printer and sync. - library - printed circuit card CH-2, 1960 January 8; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 119 UNIVAC III: Computing, reader and synchronizer - printed circuit card, 1960 November 4; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 120 UNIVAC III: Computing and synchronizer - library - printed circuit card CE-2, 1960 November 8; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 122 UNIVAC III: Computing - printed circuit card CB-2, 1960 November 11; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 123 UNIVAC III: Printed circuit card PF1B3, 1960 November 16; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 124 UNIVAC III: Crystal growth demonstration for Dr. Kriessman and Mr. Goldberg, 1960 August 26; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives (4) 4x5 bw prints
24 121 UNIVAC III: Bull read punch, synchronizer simulator - printed circuit card CC-2, 1960 November 11; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 125 UNIVAC III Uniservo, undated; ( 3) 5x7 color negatives
24 126 UNIVAC III: Relay chassis, model 123, Uniservo power supply, 1960 December 5; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
24 127-128 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, 1961 April 13; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives (2) 5x7 prints
24 129 UNIVAC III: Power supply and Uniservos - progress photo, 1961 September 22; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
24 130 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III - tape panel, 1961 October 13; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
24 131 UNIVAC III: Uniservo IIA, model 72 - fastening tape leader, 1961 December 8; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 132 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, model 126 - Removing tape reel., 1961 September 15; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
24 133 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, model 126 - 3/4 right front view, encased, 1962 March 31; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 134 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, model 126 - 3/4 right front view, enclosed, 1962 March 31; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 135 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, model 126 - 3/4 right front with lower door removed, 1962 March 31; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 136 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III, model 126 - Tape panel, cover removed, 1962 March 31; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 137 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III mod 126 - lower base (front) with cut-away loop boxes, 1962 May 4; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 138 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III-C - Control panel and tape reels., 1962 July 25; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 139 UNIVAC III: Uniservo III-C - Front view., 1962 October 2; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
24 140 UNIVAC III: Card reader, model 133 - transport mechanism, top, 1961 August 7; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 141 UNIVAC III: Card reader, model 133 - transport mechanism - brushes in position, top, 1961 August 7; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 142 UNIVAC III: Card reader, model 133 - back view without casework, 1961 August 7; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 143 UNIVAC III: Card reader, model 133 - front view without casework, 1961 August 7; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 144 UNIVAC III: Card punch, 1961 May 3; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
24 145 UNIVAC III: Paper Tape Read and Punch unit - Synchronizer, paper tape format connector, 1962 July 16; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
24 146 UNIVAC III: Power control, model 137 - front view, 1962 July 25; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
24 147 UNIVAC III: Power control, model 137 - rear view, 1962 March 24; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
24 148 UNIVAC III: Peripheral - simulator, 1962 November 29; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
24 149 UNIVAC III: Miscellaneous connectors, 1963 February 5; ( 8) 4x5 bw negatives
24 150 UNIVAC III: Modules, undated; ( 29) 5x7 bw negatives
f. UNIVAC 1050 subsystem, 1962-1966
Historical Note
In 1962 Sperry UNIVAC signed a contract with the United States Air Force to deliver one hundred fifty "Apollo" systems to Air Force bases around the world. This system was later sold commercially as the UNIVAC 1050.
i. System, 1961-1966
Box Folder
25 1 Model 5 processor, 1961 February 6; ( 1) 4x5 color negative
25 2 Mod X System (1050) - standard card punch - art concept, 1961 October 5; ( 2) 4x5 color negatives
25 3 Mod X System (1050) - standard card punch - art concept, 1962 October 11; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 4 X Line: 1050 system - overall view with two servos and two power control cabinets, 1962 October 11; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 5 X Line: 1050 system with two Uniservos and one power supply cabinet, J. Robey at punch unit, 1962 August; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 6 1050 system: Card punch - art concept, planned for use with any system, 1962 April 14; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 7 1050 system: Uniservo IV - art concept, 1962 August 14; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 8 1050 system with male and female models, 1962 May 14; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 9 1050 system: Normal angle, against teakwood background, 1962 May 14; (7) 5x7 bw negatives
25 10 1050 system: Low angle, with girl model at punch (Janice Long), fluted background, 1962 May 14; (1) 5x7 bw negative
25 11 1050 system with model (Bill Brownfield), undated; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
25 12 1050 system with model, undated; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives (4) 5x7 color negatives (2) 5x7 color prints
25 13 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 14 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives (1) 5x8 bw print
Box Folder
33 28 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives (3) 5x8 bw prints
Box Folder
25 15 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962
25 16 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives (1) 5x8 bw print
25 17 1050 system with live model (J. Robey), circa 1962; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 18 1050 system with live model, circa 1962; ( 3) 5x7 color negatives
25 19 1050 card system with Jan McLernan, circa 1962; ( 4) 5x7 color negatives
25 20 1050 card system with live model (J. Moyer), circa 1963; ( 3) 5x7 color negatives (1) 5x7 color print
25 21 1050 card system without model, undated; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
25 22 1050 card system - teak background, low angle, undated; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
25 23 1050 card system - teak background without models, undated; ( 4) 5x7 color negatives
25 24 1050 tape system with live model (J. Moyer), undated; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
25 25 1050 tape system without model, undated; ( 6) 5x7 color negatives (1) 5x7 color print
25 26 1050 tape system - overall front view with tape units, 1963 June 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 27 1050 system, circa 1962; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 28 1050 system, circa 1963; ( 1) 2x2 bw negative (1) 2x2 bw print
25 29 1050 system, undated; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 30 1050 system with model, 1963 February 17; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 31 1050 system without live model, circa 1963; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 32 1050 system with two tape units, 1963 December 4; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 33 1050 system with six tape units, 1963 December 4; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 34 1050 system: Servos and power supply cabinet, 1963 December 4; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives (1) 5x7 bw negative
25 35 1050 tape system (Computer Center), 1963 December 4; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 36 1050 tape system (Computer Center), 1963 December 4; ( 4) 5x7 bw prints
25 37 1050 paper tape system: front reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 38 1050 paper tape system: 3/4 right rear reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 39 1050 paper tape system: side view reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 40 1050 paper tape system: side view reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 41 1050 paper tape system: side view reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 42 1050 paper tape system: side view reader and punch, 1965 February 12; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 43 1050 system: Unidentified component, circa 1962; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 44 1050 system: Unidentified component; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 45 1050 system: Unidentified component; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 46 1050-II system: Entire system with console, undated; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
25 47 1050-II system: Entire system without console, 1963 August 2; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 48 1050-II system name plates, 1964 May 5; ( 6) 2x2 color negatives
25 49 1050-II system: Display of remote printers and terminals, undated; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
25 50 1050-II system with operator at console, circa 1963; ( 2) 5x7 color negatives
25 51 1050-II system with operator at console, circa 1963; ( 1) 5x7 color negative
25 52 1050-II system (Apollo) - left side, from servo to console, 1963 August 27; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 53 1050-II system (Apollo) - right side, from console to high speed printer, 1963 August 27; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 54 1050-II system: Unused images, 1963 August 27; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 55 1050-II system rec'd from Utica via Huyck Transp. Co. - only visible damage was filter on rear of Fastrand, 1965 November 19; ( 19) 4x5 bw negatives
25 56 1050-II Amarillo system - copy of photo lab paste-up for W. gailbreath, 1964 April 24; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 57 1050-II Apollo production area at U.E.C., 1964 July 2; ( 5) 5x7 bw negatives
25 58 1050-II system: 36-inch cabinet used in Apollo (1050-II) and Ranger Report., 1964 June 16; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 59 1050-II Apollo system: Remote unit (Air Force negs.), undated; ( 10) 4x5 bw negative transparencies
25 60 1050-II Apollo system card punch proof sheets, 1966 January 27; ( 10) 5x7 bw negatives
25 61 1050-II system: unidentified component, circa 1963; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 62 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): CA module, back view, 1965 March 3; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 63 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): Control panel, back view, 1965 March 3; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 64 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): Power distribution box, close up, 1965 March 3; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 65 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): CA module, front view, 1965 March 3; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 66 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): Rear view., 1965 March 3; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 67 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): Front view., 1965 March 3; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 68 Standard Communications Subsystem (St. Paul): Control panel, front view, 1965 March 3; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 69 Card analysis and testing - Universal Package Analyzer and Tester (Unipat)., 1963 February 1; ( 12) 5x7 bw negatives (2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 70 1050 and 1050-II: Systems test equipment., undated; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 71 1050 - Memory tester, undated; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
ii. Central processor, 1961-1963
Box Folder
25 72 Mod X-processor (pre-prototype) - cooling test on card library, circa 1961; ( 6) 4x5 bw negatives
25 73 Processor with cabinet., undated; ( 5) 4x5 bw negatives
25 74 1050: Type 0500-00 and -01 processor - front of control panel, circa 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 75 1050: Type 0500-00 and 01 (front) processor., 1963 June 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 76 1050: Type 0500-00 and -01 processor., 1963 June 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 77 1050: Processor - operator's panel - rear view with casework removed, circa 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 78 1050: Processor - rear view, casework open (test installation), 1963 June 13; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 79 1050: Processor - rear view, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 80 1050: Processor - maintenance panel - UIIIC tape synchronizer, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 81 1050: Processor - Module B (memory) showing five stacks, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 82 1050: Processor - core memory stack, 1963 January 30; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 83 1050: Processor - core memory stack, 1963 January 30; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 84 1050: Processor - view of "A" and "B" swinging modules, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 85 1050: Processor - rear of module "E" and "F" showing normal backboard wiring, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 86 1050: Processor - maintenance panel - switch location plugged, 1963 June 26; ( 3) 4x5 bw negatives
25 87 1050: Processor - maintenance panel, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 88 1050: Processor - 3/4 front view, circa 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 89 1050: Processor - front view with casework, 1963 November 12; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 90 1050: Processor - 3/4 rear view, 1962 October 8; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 91 1050: Processor - rear end, 1962 October 8; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 92 1050: Processor - front view with model, circa 1963; ( 4) 4x5 bw negatives
25 93 1050: Processor - front view, casework doors are open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 94 1050: Processor - front view, casework doors open, swinging modules open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 95 1050: Processor and A power supply casework with doors open - front view, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 96 1050: Processor, with power supply - casework doors open, swinging modules open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 97 1050: Processor - front view, incorporated in 1050-II system, 1963; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 98 1050: Processor - 3/4 left front, 1963 December 4; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 99 1050: Test negative shot in color of 1050 Servo, 1963 February 7; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 100 1050: Test negative shot in color of 1050 processor, 1963 February 7; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 101 1050: Processor with console panel, 1963 February 7; ( 6) 5x7 color negatives (1) 4x5 color negative
25 102 1050: Processor - front view, 1963; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 103 1050: Processor simulator, circa 1963; ( 2) 5x7 bw negatives
25 104 1050: Processor - operator's panel (prototype) - rear view with casework lid open, circa 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 105 1050-II processor - Front with casework., 1964 October 16; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 106 1050-II: Processor - casework doors open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 107 1050-II: Processor - casework doors and swinging modules open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 108 1050-II: Central processor, A and B power supplies, and two synchornizers, 1963; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 109 1050-II: Processor, front view, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 110 1050-II: Processor - inside view, 1964 October 16; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 111 1050: Type 1352 power supply., 1963 June 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 112 1050: Type 1352 power supply - front., 1963 June 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 113 1050: Type 1352 power supply, rear., 1963 June 26; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 114 1050: Type 1352 power supply cab (logic)., 1963 June 13; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 115 1050: 1352 power supply - power control - terminal board housing, rear view, circa 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 116 1050: 1352 power supply processor - power control chassis top view, 1963 June 13; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 117 1050: Processor - power supply - side view, without casework, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 118 1050: Processor - power supply front view of power control chassis, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 119 1050: Processor power supply - front view, 1963; ( 3) 5x7 bw negatives
25 120 1050: Processor power supply - front view, door open, 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 121 1050: Processor - rear view of power control chassis, end plate removed, circa 1963; ( 2) 4x5 bw negatives
25 122 1050: Processor power supply - view of -30V power supply, circa 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 123 1050: Processor power supply - top view, -30V, circa 1963; ( 4) 5x7 bw negatives
25 124 1050: Processor power supply - 8 volt power supply (Acme) - top view, 1963 June 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 125 1050: Processor power supply - 20 volt power supply, Acme - top view, 1963 June 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 126 1050: Processor power supply - 20 volt power supply, Peco - top view, 1963 June 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 127 1050: Processor power supply - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 128 1050: Processor power supply - 20 volt power supply, Peco - top front view, 1963 June 13; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 129 1050: Processor power supply - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 130 1050: Processor power supply -30 volts peco - top view, circa 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 131 1050: Processor power supply -30 volts peco power supply, top view, circa 1963; ( 1) 5x7 bw negative
25 132 1050: Processor power supply -30 volt (Peco) - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 133 1050: Processor power supply - 30 volt (Peco) - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 134 1050: Processor power supply - 8 volt (Peco) - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw negative
25 135 1050: Processor power supply - (Peco) - top view, 1963; ( 1) 4x5 bw neg