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Harry Warner: Reminiscence

I worked as an operator on the CAV - Lucas, Leo III at Acton (High Street ?) from October 1963 to April 1964.

One of my clearest (and dearest) memories is of a blond haired engineer (from Somerset?) who would get the printer to "play” God Save the Queen.

I later programmed on the IBM 360 at Castrol, became Manager of Computer Services at Lever Bros. Canada and later was a Professor of Business Computing at Ryerson University in Toronto.

I retired at age 47.

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Harry Warner: Reminiscence

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