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  System Source Classic Computing by Bill Degnan - 10/18/2013 17:32


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  Baltimore Workshop / Meet and Greet by Bill Degnan - 02/18/2014 20:58
Pictured are event attendees participating in a guided tour of the exhibits. In this photo Bob describes pre-industrial counting and computing devices.


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ATTENTION BALTIMORE VINTAGE COMPUTER HOBBYISTS!

Come meet with other computer history buffs for an all day event. Bring
your vintage computer project work and collaborate with others' restoration
projects. We will also explore the vast collection of historical computers
and electronics on site at System Source. This is the first event of its
kind in the Baltimore area. This is a great opportunity to meet with other
hobbyists and to explore in person historical minicomputers and
microcomputers.

SEE IN PERSON
Minicomputers from manufacturers UNIVAC / DIGITAL / IBM / WANG / DATA
GENERAL
Microcomputers from manufacturers MITS / IMSAI / APPLE / COMMODORE / ATARI
Analog Computers - EC-1 / Paperclip computer / Comdyna / Minivac
Rare adding machines and calculators, storage devices, computer toys,
Linotype, terminals, more!


WHERE: System Source
338 Clubhouse Rd
Hunt Valley MD 21031
410.771.5544

WHEN: Sunday February 16, 2014
11 AM until 7PM (time subject to change)

Computer Museum:
http://www.syssrc.com/html/museum/

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