The George R. Trimble Jr. collection contains reports, papers, manuals, correspondence, conference proceedings, and notes
that document Trimble’s career in computer and data processing design and development from 1948 to 2000, with the bulk of
the collection from 1955 to 1975. Materials come from Trimble’s work at the Ballistic Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving
Ground, IBM, Computer Usage Company, Penta Computer Associates, and as an independent consultant. Projects Trimble worked
on include programming the ENIAC computer, design and software development of the IBM 650 and 700 series computers, design
of traffic control and transit systems, and software and system design for companies like Lockheed Electronics Company and
Texas Instruments. The collection also includes manuals, reports, and papers authored by Trimble.
George R. Trimble Jr. was born April 26, 1929, in Elkton, Maryland. He received his BA from St. John's College in Annapolis,
Maryland, in 1948, and his master's degree in mathematics from the University of Delaware in Newark in 1952.
10.0 Linear feet,
8 record cartons
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