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National Cash Register Company Ledger Processor
1940s

Two sets of keys - one for numbers and the other for the alphabet - made this a complicated but versatile machine. Primarily used to tabulate and maintain accounts payable ledgers, it was powered by electricity but could not perform any advanced accounting functions or mathematical calculations.

Donor: NCR Corporation


 


2006 San Diego Computer Museum
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