IBM The History Of Hursley Park

Hursley House is an 18th century Queen Anne style mansion in Hursley in Hampshire, England

It was built by William Heathcote between 1721 and 1724, during the reign of George I. Since its construction, the house has undergone numerous changes, most notably in 1902, when Sir Thomas Heathcote, the grandson of William Heathcote, commissioned extensive development and redecoration work creating the House that can be seen today.

Hursley Park was taken over by IBM in 1958.
Hursley is one of 43 centres worldwide, the IBM Innovation Centre provides IBM business partners with assistance in building, marketing and selling their solutions, and helps business partners, developers and academics to grow cutting edge skills.

This book is covers the history of Hursley Park  up to 1958 with great photographs and illustrations. By D L Peach and Professor M Meek 1972
50 pages


Date : 1974

Creator : IBM

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH10450. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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