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61861 Gordon Gibbs, Derek Hemy and Ernest Lenaerts (1952)

Description of Photograph

Digital copy of a photograph of members of the LEO I team, from left: Gordon Gibbs, Derek Hemy and Ernest Lenaerts.

Caption: 'Gibbs, Hemy, Lenaerts'.

This image appears in the interactive plan for our Virtual LEO I installation, p72.

Related images: Other photos taken on the same occasion - CMLEO/LS/PH/1/61862, CMLEO/PB/PH/1/60473


Research comments: This photograph shows three key members of the LEO I team: Gordon Gibbs was an engineer who specialised in the input/output mechanisms, Derek Hemy was the first LEO I programmer, and Ernest Lenaerts was the earliest LEO engineer.

The rolls of what look like paper that are suspended from ducting near the ceiling are an enigma; we have no idea what they were for. (LM)

Digital copy made by John Daines, LEO Computers Society, of a photograph in the LEO Computers Collection (formerly part of the National Archive of Historic Computing) at the University of Manchester Library: NAHC/LEO/B1-31

Date: January 1952

Physical Description: 1 digital image (jpeg); black & white; image includes original typed caption

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/LS/PH/1/61861

Other References: DCMLEO20210214024
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61861. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Photograph of 61861  Gordon Gibbs, Derek Hemy and Ernest Lenaerts  (1952)

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