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Partial Guide to the Douglas C. Engelbart Papers, 1953-1998
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This collection documents that activities of Douglas C. Engelbart, a computer scientist whose pioneering work in the 1950s and 1960s (first at SRI International, later at Tymshare, Inc.) led to the development of the interactive personal computer. Most of the publications in this collection were produced while Engelbart was at SRI. Includes Professional papers, including correspondence, research proposals, technical reports, notes, journals, 3 cassette tapes, 11 films and 6 video tape copies of same.
Born January 30, 1925.
383 linear ft.
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The processed portion of the collection, including everything described in the content listing, is open for research. The unprocessed portion of the collection is closed until processing can be completed.