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53084 Ray Shaw and Leo Fantl with LEO I

Description of Photograph

Photograph of two of the engineers from the early stages of LEO I, Ray Shaw and Leo Fantl, sitting against one of the LEO I racks.  The photo was probably taken by another member of the LEO I team (e.g. David Caminer or Gordon Gibbs) on the same day as CMLEO/PB/PH/1/55804.

This image appears in the interactive plan for our Virtual LEO I installation, p38.

Published in Bird, Peter  LEO - The First Business Computer  (Wokingham: Hasler, 1994), plate 10.

Collected by Peter Bird as part of his research for his book, LEO - The First Business Computer (1994).

Date: c1951-2

Photographer: David Caminer (probably)

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/PB/PH/1/53084

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Photograph of 53084 Ray Shaw and Leo Fantl with LEO I


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