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64174 Tony Morgan demonstrating LEO II/8 to Prince Philip

Description of Photograph

Digital copy of a photograph of Tony Morgan showing a printout from the Samastronic Printer on LEO II/8 (in process of commissioning) to the Duke of Edinburgh (being shown round the factory by Stan Holwill) during his visit to Minerva Road, 22 Mar 1960.

LEO II/8, once commissioned, went out to the Standard Motor Company at Coventry in July 1960. It was the first LEO machine to include core memory with transistors and valves.

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Further images of the visit - 



Transferred to the LEO Computers Society archive by committee member Bob Stevenson.

Date: 22nd March 1960

Physical Description: 1 digital image (.tif); black & white

Archives Hub References: CMLEO/LS/PH/2/64174

Other References: DCMLEO20200812003

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Photograph of 64174  Tony Morgan demonstrating LEO II/8 to Prince Philip

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