The Paul Perkovic papers range in date from 1967 to 1988 and consist of technical reports, memos, notes, and published manuals.
About a third of the collection consists of documentation related to the Harvard University Center for Research in Computing
Technology. The papers also hold reports, specifications, and memos related to the Chicago Tribune publishing systems, including
materials on newspaper layout systems as well as computer terminal management. The rest of the collection consists of published
materials, internal memos, and handbooks from Software House and CompuServe Data Technologies, as well as a small amount of
specifications and manuals published by Xerox, Scientific Data Systems, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Digital Equipment
Paul Perkovic was a manager and analyst who worked at a number of Silicon Valley companies, including Software House, CompuServe,
Informix Software, and Oracle.
4.5 Linear feet,
3 record cartons and 1 periodical box
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