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Electronic mail systems

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials

Identifier: 2000-239
Abstract: MCI Communications Corporation (MCI) was a large telecommunications company. It was organized in October 1963 in Joliet, Illinois, by John D. (Jack) Goeken (1930-2010), as Microwave Communications, Inc. Goeken and his partners were planning to provide point-to-point private line microwave communications between Chicago and St. Louis to small businesses. This large collection documents the activities of the MCI Communications Corporation and its subsidiaries as well as the development of a competitive telecommunications industry in the United States and worldwide. The materials focus on MCI corporate life, public relations, technical operations, and sales and marketing activities. A vast amount of videotapes makes up a significant portion of the MCI collection, however, there are also photographs, slides, digital files, and audio cassette tapes.
Dates: 1915-2001; Majority of material found within 1975-1997

Richard M. Peterson papers, 1978-2000

Identifier: 2464-09-8.-I.
Scope and Content: The Richard M. Peterson papers are composed of specifications and schematics, reports, and correspondence related to Peterson’s work on various projects, such as an electronic ignition control, home information systems like Dimensia and SKIPPER, a touch-screen telephone, and an automated mail service for the United States Postal Service.

One of Peterson's lab notebooks (1979-1981) can be found in Record group 26.
Dates: 1978-2000