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Computer History Museum

Computer History Museum, Silicon Valley. The Museum holds and displays a number of LEO II relics including part of LEO II/3 the Corby Stewarts & Lloyds machine, and various LEO books and documents. Its record of holdings with photos is well organised and include the oral history of LEO veteran Chris Date.

To view LEO's entry on the museum's website, click on the following link: External Link : Click Here >>>

The museum's senior curator, Dag Spicer, is a member of the LEO Computers Society and its American correspondent. 

The Museum also holds a marketing film made for LEO and donated to the museum by John Pinkerton. To view information about the film, click on the following link: External Link : Click Here >>>

More information about the LEO II/3 at Corby including newspaper articles can be found at External Link : Click Here >>>

Please Note: This item is not in our collection and is included here for signposting purposes only.

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