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The Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing

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Charles Babbage Institute
CHARLES BABBAGE REPRINT SERIES FOR THE HISTORY OF COMPUTING. COMPLETE SET OF 16 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
Volume 1: The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer by Maurice Wilkes, David Wheeler, and Stanley Gill (1951). New introduction by Martin Campbell-Kelly, 1982
Volume 2: Babbage's Calculating Engines by H. P. Babbage (1889). New introduction by Allan G. Bromley, 1984
Volume 3: Handbook of the Napier Tercentenary Celebration or Modern Instruments and Methods of Calculation edited by E.M. Horsburgh (1914). New introduction by M. R. Williams, 1984
Volume 4: High Speed Computing Devices by the Staff of Engineering Research Associates (1950). New introduction by Arnold A. Cohen, 1984
Volume 5: Punched Card Methods in Scientific Computation by W.J. Eckert (1940). New introduction by J.C. McPherson, 1984
Volume 6: Calculating Instruments and Machines by Douglas R. Hartree (1949). New introduction by Maurice Wilkes, 1985
Volume 7: Proceedings of a Symposium on Large-Scale Digital Calculating Machinery by the Harvard Computation Laboratory (1947). New introduction by William Aspray, 1985
Volume 8: A Manual of Operation for the Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator by the Harvard Computation Laboratory (1946). New introduction by I. Bernard Cohen and P. Ceruzzi, 1985
Volume 9: The Moore School Lectures (1946), edited by Martin Campbell-Kelly and Michael R. Williams, 1985
Volume 10: A. M. Turing's ACE Report of 1946 and Other Papers (1945), edited by B.E. Carpenter and R.W. Doran, 1986, dust-jacket
Volume 11: Le Calcul Simplifié: Graphical and Mechanical Methods for Simplifying Calculation by Maurice d'Ocagne (1928). Translation and introduction by J. Howlett and M. R. Williams, 1986
Volume 12: Papers of John von Neumann on Computers and Computer Theory by John von Neumann; introduction by William Aspray and Arthur W. Burks, 1986
Volume 13: Memoir of the Life and Labours of the Late Charles Babbage ESQ F.R.S. by H. W. Buxton; introduction by Anthony Hyman, 1987
Volume 14: The Early British Computer Conferences edited and introduction by Michael R. Williams and Martin Campbell-Kelly, 1985
Volume 15: Rabdology, by John Napier; translated by William Frank Richardson; introduction by Robin E. Rider, 1990
Volume 16: The Calculating Machines (Die Rechenmaschinen): Their History and Development (1925) by Ernst Martin; translated and edited by Peggy Aldrich Kidwell and Michael R. Williams, 1992
Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press and (Los Angeles/San Francisco:) Tomash Publishers,

original cloth bindings, various sizes (16)
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Twelve of the sixteen volumes are out of print.

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