The David C. Faloon papers consist of promotional and sales materials, product information, punched card designs, training
materials, personal notes, and photographs pertaining to his work for Remington Rand's UNIVAC division, and later, Sperry
Rand Corporation's UNIVAC division.
David Carl Faloon was born on June 30, 1924, in Pittsburgh, PA. He attended Pennsylvania State University and was a graduate
of Remington Rand's first installation engineer's class in December 1946. He first worked for Remington Rand as a methods
technician, designing punched cards for their tabulating machines and training customer personnel. In May 1954, Faloon become
a systems analyst in Remington Rand's UNIVAC division. He retired after twenty-seven and a half years.
1.92 Linear feet,
2 manuscript boxes, 1 flat box
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