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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 ... e Spring 2018, Vol 4
 

LEO Computers Society, Newsletter and Review, Issue Spring 2018, Vol 4

LCS Newsletter from May 2018 in desktop published format. Editor: Hilary Caminer, Layout: Bernard Behr.

Contents:

  • Message from our Chairman, Peter Byford
  • The History and Evolution of the LEO Computers Society, Peter Byford
  • The Heritage Project, John Daines
  • The Oral History Project, Frank Land
  • Cambridge Celebrates LEO, Lisa McGerty
  • Researching LEO: Report from the David Tresman Caminer Scholarship, Elisabetta Mori
  • Peter Bird 'LEO Historian' - A Reminiscence By His Son, Philip Bird
  • The Society's 2017 Reunion - A Report, Mike Storey
  • Commissioning LEOs - A Memoir, Tony Morgan
  • My Involvement & Memories, Stan Holwill
  • Reminiscences - Working on LEO Computers for Shell Mex BP, Bill Forfar
  • Johns Story, WEJ Parry
  • Honouring LEO with an IEEE Milestone Plaque, Tony Davies

Date : May 2018

Physical Description : 1 digital file (22 pages); .pdf

Provenance :
Donated to the LCS archive by Peter Byford.



Archive References : CMLEO/LS/WP/NL/201805 , DCMLEO20201014009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61839. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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