IBM, Poughkeepsie NY, no date, circa 1964; 36 pages, double-column text, diagrams and photographs.
Condition: Very Good overall, blue and white cardstock covers, stapled binding, three-hole punched at margin; prev. owner's name on upper corner of front cover; pages are sound, clean and unmarked.
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Item Descriptionsections include, Operating Principles; Features; Operations - inserting cards manually; numeric verification with program control keys and switches; etc; Program Card Preparation; Operating Suggestions; Combination Keyboard Summary; index
The IBM 29 card punch and the IBM 59 card verifier recorded and checked information on punched cards to be read and processed by another computer or an accounting machine.