Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
The Smithsonian Speech Synthesis History Project, conducted by H. David Maxey from 1986 through 2002, created a collection of archival materials documenting the history and development of speech synthesis technology. Maxey collaborated with Dr. Bernard Finn, Elliot Sivowitch and Harold Wallace of the National Museum of American History's Division of Information, Technology, and Society.
Southern Methodist University
The Texas Instruments archives consist of over 1500 cubic feet of corporate records, photographs, and artifacts. The Texas Instruments Historical Archives includes records of TI’s predecessor company, Geophysical Services Inc.; papers of key executives; documents from key projects; early inventions; prototype products; and samples of consumer and business products. The collection documents the company’s extraordinary history, breadth of technological expertise, and role in the technological revolution. It is an especially rich source for students of business history, technology, and engineering.
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Attended University of Toronto for an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics in 1945 and completed a Master's thesis on servomechanisms in 1948. Employed as an Instructor for the Canadian version of the GI Bill, came to MIT in 1948. Worked with Leo Beranek in Acoustics lab and completed doctorate in 1952 with a dissertation about the perception of sounds shaped by resonant circuits. A research staff member of MIT from 1952-1954, he accepted a faculty position at MIT in 1955. Promoted to Associate Professor in 1957. Worked with G. Fant while on sabbatical in Sweden in 1962 and brought back x-ray films that formed the basis for early work with Joseph Perkell. Promoted to professor in 1963. Collaborated with Dennis Klatt on pioneering speech synthesis project, Klattalk, that formed the basis of DECtalk and many of speech synthesizers in use today. Served as President of the Acoustical Society of America 1976-1977. Awarded Clarence J. LeBel professorship in the department of ... Read More
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Attended University of Toronto for an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics in 1945 and completed a Masters thesis on servomechanisms in 1948. Employed as an Instructor for the Canadian version of the GI Bill, came to MIT in 1948. Worked with Leo Beranek in Acoustics lab and completed doctorate in 1952 with a dissertation about the perception of sounds shaped by resonant circuits. A research staff member of MIT from 1952-1954, he accepted a faculty position at MIT in 1955. Promoted to Associate Professor in 1957. Worked with G. Fant while on sabbatical in Sweden in 1962 and brought back x-ray films that formed the basis for early work with Joseph Perkell. Promoted to professor in 1963. Collaborated with Dennis Klatt on pioneering speech synthesis project, Klattalk, that formed the basis of DECtalk and many of speech synthesizers in use today. Served as President of the Acoustical Society of America 1976-1977. Awarded Clarence J. LeBel professorship in the department of ... Read More
American Institute of Physics - Niels Bohr Library and Archives
Attended University of Toronto for an undergraduate degree in Engineering Physics in 1945 and completed a Masters thesis on servomechanisms in 1948. Employed as an Instructor for the Canadian version of the GI Bill, came to MIT in 1948. Worked with Leo Beranek in Acoustics lab and completed doctorate in 1952 with a dissertation about the perception of sounds shaped by resonant circuits. A research staff member of MIT from 1952-1954, he accepted a faculty position at MIT in 1955. Promoted to Associate Professor in 1957. Worked with G. Fant while on sabbatical in Sweden in 1962 and brought back x-ray films that formed the basis for early work with Joseph Perkell. Promoted to professor in 1963. Collaborated with Dennis Klatt on pioneering speech synthesis project, Klattalk, that formed the basis of DECtalk and many of speech synthesizers in use today. Served as President of the Acoustical Society of America 1976-1977. Awarded Clarence J. LeBel professorship in the department of ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Prelude -- Introduction -- The calling of the names -- The brotherhood of Leyden -- The tale of ERX -- The gas dances of Zirna -- The national anthem of Taragon -- Interlude, the SW scratch -- The pencil gardens of Skripton -- The Andromedans lament -- Other peoples' dreams -- The flip book drive-in theater -- The potwatchie -- Postlude, N O J -- Goodbye
Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library
When I am with you -- He destroyed her image -- A man sitting in the cafeteria -- The days are ahead
New York Public Library