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Collection List

This is a partial list of the comupters in our collection. We also have many peripheral items, games, historic documents in our Research Library and related items such as pre-IBM items from the Computing Scale Company of Dayton, Ohio, the International Time Recording Company and the Tabulating Machine Company.




COMPUTER COLLECTION
1926--1981
(Analogs are in blue)
  1. AIM-65 (single board)
  2. AIM-65 (factory case)
  3. AIM-65 (built by Jon Titus)
  4. ALICE micro-ordinateur
  5. Altair 680
  6. Altair 8800
  7. Altair 8800A
  8. Altair 8800b
  9. Altair 8800b Turnkey (see Pertec below)
  10. Altair 8800b (see Pertec below)
  11. Altair 8800b w/ Hardisk Controller & Datakeeper
  12. Altos ACS-8000
  13. American Basic Science Club Analog Computer
  14. AMF Educational Computer Model 665/C
  15. AMF Educational Computer Model 775 A
  16. Apple II Plus
  17. ASCI SystemX
  18. ASR 33 Teletype
  19. Analog Training Computer ATC-610 (EAI)
  20. Automatic Teaching Computer Kit
  21. Beckman ElectroComp Electric Heating Computer
  22. Beckman ElectroComp Energy Savings Computer
  23. Beckman Solid State Fuel Cost Computer
  24. Black Box by Rair
  25. Brainiac K-30
  26. Calif. Computer Systems 2200
  27. CES Ed-Lab 650
  28. Comdyna GP-6
  29. Commodore 8032
  30. Commodore 64
  31. Commodore PET 2001
  32. Commodore Super Pet
  33. Compucolor II
  34. Compukit 1
  35. Compukit 1 Deluxe Model
  36. Compukit 2
  37. Compukit UK101
  38. Comspace CT-650
  39. Cosmac Elf (RCA1802)
  40. Cosmac Microtutor
  41. Cosmac Netronics ELF II
  42. Cosmac VIP
  43. Cromemco System I
  44. Cromemco System III
  45. Cromemco Z-2D
  46. Datapoint 2200
  47. Digi-Comp I (small flat box)
  48. Digi-Comp I (large flat box)
  49. Digi-Comp I (long box)
  50. Digi-Comp II
  51. Digital Computer Lab
  52. Donner 3500
  53. Durango F-85
  54. Dynabyte
  55. E & L Inst MMD-1
  56. E & L Inst MMD-2
  57. Eagle II
  58. Electric Tabulating Machine (one original counter, 1889)
  59. Electronic Associates TR-10
  60. Electronic Associates TR-10 Model II
  61. Electronic Associates TR-20
  62. Electronic Associates TR-48
  63. Electronic Associates Model 180
  64. Electronic Associates Model 380 Hybrid
  65. Geniac
  66. Google Glass (definitely not vintage)
  67. Heath EC-1 (factory assembled by Heath)
  68. Heathkit EC-1 (kit)
  69. Heathkit ET 3100 trainer
  70. Heathkit H8
  71. Heathkit H9 Video Terminal
  72. Hewlett Packard 2115A
  73. Hewlett Packard 85
  74. Hewlett Packard 5036A
  75. Hewlett Packard 9825A
  76. Hewlett Packard 9825B
  77. Hewlett Packard 9830A
  78. Hickok Logic Teaching Sys.
  79. Hickok Servo Teaching Sys.
  80. Iasis 7301
  81. I-COR MAC-1
  82. ICS Microcomputer Training System
  83. IMSAI 108 (prototype)
  84. IMSAI 8048 Control Computer
  85. IMSAI 8048 (The Dollhouse Computer)
  86. IMSAI 8080
  87. IMSAI PCS-40
  88. IMSAI PCS-80
  89. IMSAI VDP-80
  90. Informer
  91. Intel Intellec MDS
  92. Intel MDS-800
  93. Intel Prompt 48
  94. Intel SBC 80/10
  95. Intel SDK-85
  96. Intel SDK-85 (unassembled)
  97. Intel SDK-86
  98. Intertec Superbrain
  99. ITT MP-EX
  100. JR-01 Computer
  101. KIM-1
  102. LAN-DEC
  103. LAN-DEC 20
  104. LAN-ALOG
  105. Lehrcomputer (Germany)
  106. Lawrence Livermore Lab
  107. Lear Siegler ADM3A
  108. Logikit LK255 (Feedback)
  109. Logix SF-5000 Electronic Computer
  110. MAC-1 Mini Analog Computer
  111. MAC Tutor (Bell Laboratories)
  112. Mark 1A Fire Control Computer, ElectroMechanical Analog Computer, 1945?
  113. MEK6800D2
  114. Micro 68
  115. MicroAce
  116. Microtan 65
  117. Midwest Scientific Instruments 6800
  118. Minitel
  119. Minivac 601
  120. Minivac 6010
  121. Mini-Scamp Microcomputer
  122. Nascom I
  123. Nascom II
  124. National Radio Institute 832
  125. NEC TK-80
  126. NorthStar Horizon
  127. Olivetti Programma 101
  128. Olivetti Programma 203
  129. Olivetti Programma 602
  130. Open University PT501
  131. Ordinateur d'Apprentissage JR-01
  132. Osborne 1
  133. OSI 300
  134. OSI 600 (SuperBoard II)
  135. OSI C2-OEM-4
  136. OSI Challenger-1P
  137. Pastoriza Personal Analogue Computer
  138. Pertec MITS 300/25 (Altair desk business system)
  139. Pertec MITS 300/55 (Altair Turnkey business system)
  140. PolyMorphic Systems 8810
  141. PolyMorphic Poly-88
  142. Protech-83
  143. Range Keeper Mk.6 Mechanical Analog Computer, 1926
  144. Range Keeper Mk.7 Mechanical Analog Computer, 1934
  145. Sargent-Welch Scientific Company Cat. No.7528 Analog Computer
  146. Science of Cambridge MK-14 (Sinclair)
  147. SD Systems Z80 starter kit
  148. Sharp MZ-40K
  149. Sharp MZ-80k
  150. Siemens ECB-85
  151. Signetics Instructor 50
  152. Sinclair ZX-81
  153. Smoke Signal Broadcasting
  154. Sol-20
  155. Spark16
  156. Sphere 1
  157. Sphere/SWTPC Computer System
  158. SWTP CMOS Microlab
  159. SWTP CT-82 Terminal
  160. SWTPC 6800
  161. SWTPC 6800 (w/ Smoke Signal Broadcasting drive)
  162. SWTPC CT-64 Video Terminal, SS-50
  163. SWTPC TV Typewriter II CT-1024
  164. Synertek VIM-1
  165. Synertek SYM-1
  166. Systron-Donner 3500
  167. Tei MCS-112
  168. Tektronix 4006-1
  169. Telefunken RAT 700
  170. TI LCM-1001 (Microprogrammer)
  171. TI LCM-1001 (Microprogrammer)
  172. TI Silent 700 Terminal
  173. TI TM 990/189
  174. Vector 1
  175. Vector 3
  176. Vidac 336
  177. Wang 2200
  178. Welch Scientific Company Cat. No.7528 Analog Computer
  179. Xerox 820 Mark I
OTHER COMPUTERS (LUGGABLES 1982-1986)
  1. Chameleon Plus
  2. Commodore SX64
  3. Epson HX-20
  4. Hewlett Packard 110
  5. Kaypro I
  6. Kaypro II
  7. Kaypro 2x
  8. Kaypro 16
  9. Osborne 1
  10. Panasonic Senior Partner
  11. Visual Commuter
RARE & NOTABLE DOCUMENTS
  1. Babbage's Calculating Engine (1834)
  2. Electric Tabulating Machine (1889, Herman Hollerith's personal copy)
  3. The Hollerith Electric Tabulating System (1890)
  4. Counting a Nation by Electricity (1891)
  5. Calculating Machines (1947)
  6. Moore School Lectures Vol. II (1947)
  7. Mathematical Theory of Communication (1948)
  8. Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems (1949)
  9. The "Moore's Law" article (Electronics, 1965)
  10. Printout from Babbage's Difference Engine #2 (London Science Museum, 2004)
image of the Donner Scientific 3500 Analog
Donner Scientific 3500 Analog