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60867 Duke of Edinburgh Visit to Minerva Rd


Description of Photograph

Poor quality print of a published photograph of Prince Philip during his visit to LEO Computers at Minerva Road on 22 March 1960, standing behind the operator's console talking to Tony Barnes (left) and Anthony Salmon.

Related material:

Further images of the visit:

Peter Bird kept a copy of the cover of the menu of the lunch held in honour of the Duke's visit in his collection.

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


Date: 22nd March 1960

Physical Description: 1 photographic print; black and white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/PB/PH/2/60867
PJB/3/2/77



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