Table of contents for Core memory : a visual survey of vintage computers featuring machines from the computer history museum / photographs by Mark Richards ; text by John Alderman ; foreword by John Toole.

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Foreword by John Toole
Z3 Adder
ENIAC
UNIVAC I
Wisconsin Integrally Synchronized Computer (WISC) 
JOHNNIAC
Core Memory 
SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment) 
NEAC 2203
Autonetics Minuteman I Guidance Computer 
Philco 212 
IBM System/360 (and IBM Model 7030 "STRETCH")
Apollo Guidance Computer
DEC PDP-8
DDP-116
Control Data Corp. CDC 6600 
Interface Message Processor (IMP)
Kitchen Computer (H316 Pedestal)
Kenbak-1 
HP-35 
SuperPaint
Altair 8800 Microcomputer System
Burroughs ILLIAC IV 
Cray-1
Cray-2
Cray-3
Apple I
Apple II
TRS-80 Model 1
Minitel 
Osborne 1 
Commodore 64 
Compaq Portable
Macintosh
Google First Production Server 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Computers -- History.
Electronic data processing -- History.