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60761 Gordon Gibbs and Ray Shaw looking at a LEO I circuit diagram


Description of Photograph

Photograph of engineers Gordon Gibbs (left) and Ray Shaw working on the construction of LEO I, probably Feb 1950.

A cropped version of this image was published in Bird, Peter  LEO - The First Business Computer  (Wokingham: Hasler, 1994), plate 20.

This image appears in the interactive plan for our Virtual LEO I installation , p42.


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


Date: February 1950

Physical Description: 1 photographic print; black and white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/PB/PH/1/60761
PJB/3/2/061



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Photograph of 60761 Gordon Gibbs and Ray Shaw looking at a LEO I circuit diagram

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