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Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand records, 1864-1973

Author: Honeywell Inc.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Copies of the plaintiff's exhibits, the trial transcript, some depositions and corresponding exhibits, photographs, motion pictures, and Larson's written conclusion. Nearly all of the exhibits are photocopies, and most date before 1953. A complete trial transcript is available on microfiche, as well as separate key-word indexes to the transcript and exhibits. The collection contains information about the ENIAC and
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Genre/Form: Microforms
Photographs
Motion pictures
Named Person: John V Atanasoff; John W Mauchly; Carl F Rench; Herman H Goldstine; Clifford E Berry; John G Brainerd; J Presper Eckert; Earl R Larson; Richard M Bloch; Joseph R Desch; Robert E Mumma; Jan A Rajchman
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Honeywell Inc.
OCLC Number: 63287864
Description: 19.5 cubic ft.

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Copies of the plaintiff's exhibits, the trial transcript, some depositions and corresponding exhibits, photographs, motion pictures, and Larson's written conclusion. Nearly all of the exhibits are photocopies, and most date before 1953. A complete trial transcript is available on microfiche, as well as separate key-word indexes to the transcript and exhibits. The collection contains information about the ENIAC and the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, individuals associated with their development, activities at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering (University of Pennsylvania), computers such as the EDVAC, BINAC, and UNIVAC, the involvement of government agencies, and general information about the early computer industry, especially Honeywell, Remington Rand, Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, IBM, Raytheon, RCA, General Electric, NCR, and Burroughs.

Also included are photographs, two motion pictures, and other graphic materials associated with the Atanasoff Berry Computer and the ENIAC. Other individuals significantly reflected in the exhibits and trial testimony include Herman H. Goldstine, John G. Brainerd, Richard M. Bloch, Joseph R. Desch, Robert E. Mumma, Jan A. Rajchman and Carl F. Rench.

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