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A Computer Perspective, an illustrated essay on the origins and first lines of development of the computer. Glen Fleck, , from the offices of Charles, Ray Eames.

A Computer Perspective, an illustrated essay on the origins and first lines of development of the computer.

Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA 1973, first edition; 176 pages, multiple columns text, black and white photographs and diagrams throughout, index.
Condition: Very good overall, tan cloth hardcover in Very Good dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector; cloth corners and spine in black. Small red remainder mark along bottom textblock fore-edge near spine. Some shelfwear to jacket, fingernail-sized paper loss at spine head and tail. Binding is sound and secure and tight, pages are clean and unmarked. Oblong/square.
Price: $45.00
Item no. M888
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A Sequence of 20th Century Ideas, Events and Artifacts from the History of the information Machine; based on an exhibition conceived and assembled for IBM, displayed on a history wall, one for each decade from 1890 to 1949.

For each decade there were mounted in a three-dimensional grid a set of documents, photographs, and actual objects, including scientific instruments, small and large calculators, business machines, data processing devices, and the input or output of such machines...' (from the introduction by I. Bernard Cohen).