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 Home > LEO Computers > Lyons Electronic Office (LEO) Archive > CMLEO/LS - LEO Comput ... s Society Collection > LCS Administration and Publications > LCS Newsletters > LEO Computers Society ... ue Summer 2015 Vol 2.
 

LEO Computers Society, Newsletter and Review, Issue Summer 2015 Vol 2.

LCS Newsletter from June 2015 in desktop published format. Edited by Bernard Behr.

Contents:

  • Message from our Chairman, Peter Byford
  • LEO in East Europe, Ralph Land CBE
  • LEO in South Africa, Norman Witkin
  • Reflections of LEO Computers in Australia, Neil Lamming
  • Down Memory Lane - In the Lyons Den, Gloria Guy (nee Smith)
  • The Early Days of Customs & Excise Computing - Some Impressions, Bill Sant
  • LEO III Software Rebooted, David Holdsworth

 

Date : June 2015

Physical Description : 1 digital file (19 pages); .pdf; File received as no-text PDF

Provenance :
Donated to the LCS archive by Peter Byford.



Archive References : CMLEO/LS/WP/NL/201506 , DCMLEO20201014007

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61838. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
Article: LEO Computers Society, Newsletter and Review, Issue Summer 2015 Vol 2.

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