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Collection of original papers, Technical Publications Numbering Systems, IBM, Military Products Division 1956. W. H. van Tuyl, A Whitehorne.

Collection of original papers, Technical Publications Numbering Systems, IBM, Military Products Division 1956.

IBM, unclassified, KMPD engineering report, stapled duplicated typescript, approx. 52 pages separate versions.
Condition: Corner stapled 8.5x11 sheets, some cross-outs and ink bleeds on some pages; one paper marked in red pencil at top - TENTATIVE ; one paper marked unclassified.
Price: $35.00
Item no. B218
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1) Proposed Plan Distribution Procedures Project High - establishment of Branch libraries, recommended locations - High Street; Laboratory Annex; Lexington (?); Kingston Plant (MPD) (?); Several items crossed off the list; Grand Street; Publications Available - Project High Reports; TR, IM, H, S, Progress; Project High AN/FSQ-7,-8 and XD-1, XD-2 manuals; IBM reports; MORE

2) Proposal for Dissemination of IBM Publications; High Street Laboratory, A. Whitehorne; It is proposed that distribution of publications to and by the Project High, Military Products Division (MPD), be based on the following vehicles...

3) TR-145. Technical Publications Numbering Systems, Military Products division. (Red Pencil marked, Tentative) In order to completely identify a piece of literature, each publication produced by Technical Publications is given two designations, consisting of letter-number combinations...The purpose of this report is to define these two numbering systems so that they can be used advantageously...

4) TR-145, Unclassifed. Technical Publications Numbering System, by W H Van Tuyl, March 14, 1956. Military products division, International Business Mahcines Corporation, Kingston, New York. Unclassified; KMPD Engineering Report. This report describes the publication heading and document classification numbering systems for use in identifying all publications produced by the Technical Publications Department. The report includes a complete list of subject breakdowns for Project High (from the Abstract).