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Bell Relay Computers
A COLLECTION OF 4 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
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Bell Relay Computers
A COLLECTION OF 4 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
LOT SOLD. 3,000 GBP
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Bell Relay Computers
A COLLECTION OF 4 VOLUMES, COMPRISING:
i. Stibitz, George R. (1904-1995). Relay Computers. Washington, DC: National Defense Research Committee, 1945, FIRST EDITION, 4to, number 32 [of 137 copies], copy belonging to Lt. E[dmund] C[allis] Berkeley [1909-1988] and noted as such on distribution list on inside of upper wrapper, (bought from Morgan, 1990), [T&W S188; Origins of Cyberspace 910; Randell 1979 p.190 (not seen); Randell 1982 p.512], tears and loss to spine
ii. Cesareo, Orfeo (1902-1989). "The Relay Interpolator" [in:] Bell Laboratories Record, vol. 24, no. 12. [New York: Bell Telephone Laboratories, December 1946], 4to, original printed wrappers, (bought from Yelm Books, Whitestone, NY, 2001), [T&W C56, H3; Randell 1979 p.117], some damp-soiling, tear to spine, ink stamp on upper cover
iii. [Bell Telephone Laboratories]. Bell Laboratories Record, Vol. XXV, numbers 1-12. [New York: Bell Telephone Laboratories, January-December 1947], 4to, contemporary library binding, modern folding cloth box, (St. Joseph's College Library, Brooklyn, NY, library stamps; bought from Yelm, 2001), [T&W A71, J28, L135, R94, W89; Randell 1979 p.141 (Juley, Ballistic computer)], library stamps
iv. Keister, William (1807-1997) et al. The Design of Switching Circuits. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1951, FIRST EDITION, 8vo, original cloth, (bought from Elgen Books, 1998), [T&W K10]
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A collection of papers and publications relating to the development of the Bell relay calculating machines.

The Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing

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London