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61301 Ray Shaw with mercury delay line parts (June 1950)


Description of Photograph

Photograph of LEO I engineer Ray Shaw looking at a disassembled mercury delay line on the lab bench, with a box for producing single pulses visible behind. Taken at the same time as 61302.

This image appears in the interactive plan for our Virtual LEO I installation, p67.

The caption written on the back of the print is in LEO historian Peter Bird's handwriting, indicating it was originally from his collection but was at some point separated from the rest before being given to the archive.

 

Provenance
Transferred to the LEO Computers Society archive by LCS Chair, Peter Byford.


Date: 10th June 1950

Physical Description: 1 photographic print; black and white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/LS/PH/1/61301
CCH LI 09.33A

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61301. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Photograph of 61301  Ray Shaw with mercury delay line parts (June 1950)

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