Harvard University - Baker Library
Many of the lessons are in the form of case studies
Cornell University Libraries
This collection consists of the publications of the International Business Machine Corporation. Included are training manuals for factory employees and customers
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Exhibit created and displayed for the 25th anniversary of the delivery of the first FORTRAN compiler including facsimiles of documents, textual analysis, flowcharts, memorabilia, FORTRAN manuals and other publications, photos of FORTRAN pioneers, and videotape on the history of FORTRAN featuring members of the original development team: John Backus, Sheldon Best, Richard Goldberg, Lois Mitchell Haibt, Harlan Herrick, Grace Mitchell, Robert Nelson, Roy Nutt, David Sayre, Peter Sheridan, and Irving Ziller
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This is a sales film for IBM about the history of information technology. New devices are now developed that make them easier for humans to interact. The integration of device control and line control can provide the new systems network architecture to connect on shared lines. LSI production allows new devices to distribute network function. Local storage is introduced. Production continues when host is unavailable
Stanford University
The Digital Library Program coordinates initiatives of various Library departments to produce and offer online access to documents, texts, journals, databases, and other digital resources to the Stanford community
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Contributed papers on the use of automatic data processing equipment for accounting, engineering, and research and development in the petroleum industry presented at the IBM Petroleum Conferences in 1953 and 1955 in Endicott, NY
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
There are two photographs (one each) of the IBM 650 computer and IBM 305 computer. The IBM 650 stored program computer is pictured along with the card reader and punch. The photograph of the IBM 305 shows a portion of the machine's inner-workings, possibly the disk drive
University of Kansas - Kenneth Spencer Research Library
Brooklyn Museum
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
There are a total of 361 oral history interviews bound in 8 volumes. The volumes were compiled by Caroline C. Coppola in 1987 and 1991. One volume contains summaries of 151 interviews conducted by Pugh pertaining to the first two books. There are transcripts of 125 actual interviews in 4 volumes pertaining to IBM's EARLY COMPUTERS and 85 interviews in 3 volumes pertaining to IBM's 360 AND EARLY 370 SYSTEMS. These last two series include a short synopsis of subjects covered in each interview. The volumes contain material that was omitted from the books