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Personal Calculator Collection

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Personal Calculator Collection
  • From: jond at ensoniq.com
  • Date: Sun, 3 Jan 93 21:35:05 EST

Dear MathTypes,

Ever since reading an account of the endeavors of Charles Babbage, I  
have been assembling a personal collection of electronic hand-held  
calculators.  Someday I will probably write a paper about these early  
electronic computing machines.  To complete the collection, I need  
calculators primarily from the 1970's (LED display types) of any make  
and model.
If you would like a permanent home for your old calculator, or if you  
know anyone who has one I might be interested in, please contact me. 


Jon Dattorro, Design Engr.
c/o Ensoniq Corp.
155 Great Valley Pkwy.
Malvern, PA 19355
(215) 647-3930
EMail: jond at Ensoniq.com






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