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LEO Catalogue Update, 29th May 2020

15th May 2020

The following LEO Computers Society archive files have been now been catalogued, digitised and uploaded to the LEO pages here on the CCH website over the past fortnight.

 

Files now available from David Caminer's papers:
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/PRG/FC2  LEO Flowcharts and Specimen Form tracings (June-Dec 1953)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/LL4/3  L4. Tea Blending - detailed specification for the tea blending job on LEO I (18 Oct 1954)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/LM1/3  Draft M1 LEO II Test Programme Operating Instructions (c1957)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/LM1/4  LEO II M1/3 Store Layout Drafts (1955-56)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/CAV/1  Report on the use of a LEOmatic Office for CAV Ltd  (1958)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/EEL/1  Frank Land's notes on meetings between LEO and English Electric (1963)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/EEL/2  English Electric Marketing, notes by David Caminer (1963)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/SYF/1  System 4 Trade Brochure (1967)
  • CMLEO/DC/WF/EEC/9  CAP Sogeti planning report, in French, for first 6 months of the EEC project (1977)
  • CMLEO/DC/LP/17  Draft paper by David Caminer on the European Community computer project: "A European Success Story"  (c1977)

 

A word on text searching documents
Where possible, we have applied an OCR process to printed or typewritten documents to make them text searchable, but the reliability of the search often depends on the quality of the originals.  Unfortunately it's not yet possible to make manuscript papers text-searchable - we will be working on providing transcriptions of significant manuscripts as the project continues.

Find out more about our Heritage Lottery-funded LEO project here:   Welcome to LEO

 

 



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