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History Of Computing & Computer Museums
Charles Babbage Institute Center for the History of Computing   Suggest a Link
Charles Babbage Institute Homepage ("dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of information processing. . . . includes oral history interviews of prominent computer scientists, engineers, and industrialists") (U. Minnesota)
Charles Babbage Institute Archives and Manuscripts (searchable)
Charles Babbage Institute: The Collections ("CBI collects primary source materials and rare publications documenting the history and development of information technology. Information technology is defined in broad terms to include topics such as computing, information processing, hardware and software design developments, software applications, development of standards, networking, the Internet, and their social implications. Collecting efforts focus on the period from 1935 to the present")
Oral Histories (searchable)

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