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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 Autumn 2019. Vol 6

LEO Computers Society, LEO MATTERS, Issue Autumn 2019. Vol 6

LCS Newsletter, LEO MATTERS from Mar 2019 in desktop published format. Editor: Hilary Caminer.


  • Message from our Chairman, Peter Byford
  • Update on the Heritage Lottery Fund project, Lisa McGerty
  • Rebuilding the LEO Archive - An Archivist's View, Jude Brimmer
  • LEO Reunion April 2019 - A Personal View, John Daines
  • Spreading the Word, Neville Lyons
  • Legacy by Thomas Harding - A Book Review, Frank Land
  • Reminiscences - The LEO Years, Peter Hermon
  • Working for Wills as a 15 year old in the late 1950s, Carole Hynam
  • History of LEO Computers in Australia, Neil Lamming
  • Operating LEO in Australia, John Hoey
  • Memories of Working with LEO in Australia, Lex Korngold
  • Reminiscences of My PR Role with LEO, John Aeberhard
  • III/33 Phoenix Assurance Company - Summary of a Report, Tony Morgan/John Daines

Date : October 2019

Physical Description : 1 digital file (19 pages); .pdf

Provenance :
Donated to the LCS archive by Peter Byford.

Archive References : CMLEO/LS/WP/NL/201910 , DCMLEO20201014011

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61841. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: LEO Computers Society, LEO MATTERS, Issue Autumn 2019. Vol 6

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LEO Computers Society
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