Materials consist of 66 documents of Joseph Dela Rutledge's papers related largely to his work at the Eckhert-Mauchly Computer
Corporation and Remington Rand Corporation. Includes printed ephemera (much of it related to UNIVAC), conference papers, discount
cards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, notes, blueprints, invoices, a travel expense voucher, and more. The papers show
his involvement with the design and engineering of the UNIVAC computer.
Joseph Dela Rutledge (1928-2016) worked at the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation which later became the UNIVAC division
of Remington Rand. While at Reminton Rand, Rutledge was one of the engineers responsible for the development of UNIVAC. He
went on to work at IBM from 1958-2003.
0.25 Linear Feet
(1 half manuscript box, 1 map folder)
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