Rescue in Wisconsin

John Foust jfoust at threedee.com
Sun Apr 17 20:21:37 CDT 2005


Wow.  Old stuff.  Released in 1934.  Frank da Cruz's page says "The 405 
was IBM's flagship product until after World War II."

http://www.columbia.edu/acis/history/405.html

- John

At 05:25 PM 4/17/2005, Computer Collector Newsletter wrote:
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Gil Carrick [mailto:gilcarrick at comcast.net] 
>Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2005 10:55 PM
>To: news at computercollector.com
>Subject: Rare Items looking for a home
>
>I was contacted this week by Larry Metzler of Green Bay, Wisconsin. He is
>looking for a home for an IBM 513 reproducer and a 405 accounting machine.
>It is too far away for me. Anybody interested should contact Larry at
>800-270-7725. Tell him I sent you.
>
>Gil
>
>A. G. (Gil) Carrick, Director
>The Museum at CSE
>University of Texas at Arlington
>Department of Computer Science & Engineering Box 19015, 471 S Cooper Street
>Arlington, TX 76019 817-272-3620 http://www.cse.uta.edu/TheMuseum@CSE/




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