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 YEAR: November 1975
 PUBLISHER: People's Computer Company
 Volume: 4  Number: 3
 COUNTRY: USA
 IN OUR COLLECTION: Yes
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People's Computer Company

A view of the vintage People's Computer Company an important part of computer history
The People's Computer Company was the first newspaper for computers. This issue had a small article about their visit to Sphere computer company in Utah. It also included an article on what to buy for your Christmas geek...it didn't really offer much help...and a list of computer clubs around the country. This issue also had PCC's first crossword puzzle. This issue was stamped "Complimentary Copy" which could account for the section of the front page that was cut out...it was likely an order form. So, we can conclude that this reader liked his complimentary copy enough to subscribe. The subscription price was $5.00 for six issues.





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