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DigiBarn Historic Systems/Locations:
Harvard Mark I Exhibit, Cambridge MA

The DigiBarn would like to thank Chuck Piotrowski for taking the time to take these photos and a movie of the Harvard Mark I exhibit at Harvard University down in Cambridge MA in 2005. This system was built by IBM and called the ASCC (Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator). Click on each of the photos below to go to albums of images and descriptions of this historic computing machine.

The Harvard Mark I exhibit
at Harvard University,
Cambridge MA

An illustrated history of the Mark I
(from the exhibit marquee)

QuickTime Movie of the Mark I (4.1MB)

See Also:

IBM's pages on the ASCC (a.k.a. The Harvard Mark I)

Wikipedia's entry for the Harvard Mark I

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