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Title
Faculty Henry Nettesheim and graduate Student Gus Burzio working on the RAMAC 305A digital computer, ca. 1963
Creator
Eymann, William C
Contributor
William C. Eymann Photograph Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1963
Publication Information
Santa Clara University Archives
Contributing Institution
Santa Clara University
Collection
Santa Clara University Archives Silicon Valley History Online Collection
Rights Information
Santa Clara University can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying any claims of the copyright holder. Permission to copy or publish any portion of Santa Clara University's collection must be given by Santa Clara University.
Description
Black-and-white photograph of faculty member Henry Nettesheim and graduate student Gus Burzio working on the RAMAC 305A digital computer, ca. 1963. The RAMAC 305A with a RAMAC 350 storage device, made by IBM, was one of the earliest computers. Acc. 986-083
Type
image
Format
10 x 12 cm.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt88702335
cstclu eym.stnl.2473
Language
English
Subject
College students; College teachers; Computation laboratories; Digital computers; Education; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Technology; University of Santa Clara
Source
lcsh, tgm I

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