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1973 IBM Speakers Bureau Slide Show

In the early 1970s, IBM executives were encouraged to make local public speaking events a part of their repertoire. IBM provided them with a slide show and narrative that expounded on the evolution of computing devices from the Renaissance to the late 1960's. These images and narratives are reproduced in their original sequence and none of the content has been altered.

Note: The IBM Speakers Bureau script was designed for the spoken word and does not follow conventional writing syntax.

The accompanying images and text are courtesy of IBM Corporation.

IBM Speakers Bureau
Armonk, New York
October, 1973

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1890 Census


1930s Card Collator


1973 Modern Computer


Abacus


Astrolabe


Babbage Analytical Engine


Babbage Analytical Engine II


Babbage Analytical Engine III


Babbage Card


Babbage Card Drawing


Babbage, Charles


Babbage, Charles -Youthful


Babbage Difference Engine


Babbage Drawing


Babbage Drawing II


Babbage Drawing III


Baldwin Drawing


Baldwin Drawing II


Baldwin, Frank


Baldwin Machine


Ball Governor


Binet


Bollee Airplane


Bollee, Leon


Bollee Machine


Brunsviga Machine


Burroughs Calculator


Burroughs Calculator II


Burroughs Office


Burroughs, William


Bush, Vannevar


Comptometer Keys


Counting Table


Crossbar Switch


Dawn of the Century


Early Banking


ENIAC


ENIAC II


Felt, Dorr


Flip-flop


Fingerprints


Galton


Hill Machine


Hollerith Card


Hollerith Counter


Hollerith Patent


Hollerith Sorter


Hollerith Tab Sensor


Hollerith Tabulator


Hollerith Tabulator II


Hollerith Tabulator III


IBM 701 Vacuum Tubes


Jacquard Loom


Jevons Machine


Kelvin


Keypunch


Lady Lovelace


Leibniz


Leibniz Calculator


Leupold Machine


Lightning Calculator


Lowell, Percival


Macaroni Box


Macaroni Box II


Mark I


Mark I Tape Reader


Marquand Drawing


Marquand Machine


Metro Life


Millionaire Advertisement


Millionaire Machine


Millionaire Machine Drawing


Moreland Adder


Moreland Machine


Napier


Napier's Bones


Napier's Rods


Odhner Factory


Odhner Machine


Pantograph Punch


Parmalee Machine


Pascal


Pascal II


Pascal Drawing


Pascal Machine


Pascal Machine II


Punched Card


Pierce Letter


Quipu


Rabdologia


Railroad Office


Russian Church


Scheutz Engine


Schickard Drawing


Schickard Drawing II


Schickard Machine


Schickard Machine II


Scientific American


Stanhope Demonstrator


Stanhope Machine


Stanhope Machine II


Stepped Drum


Stibitz, George


Thomas Arithmometer


Thomas, Charles


Thomas Drawing


Thomas Machine


Thomas Machine II


Train


Typewriter


World War I


Verea Machine


Von Neumann, John

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