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Guide to the David C. Faloon papers
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Papers, Series 1, 1928-1976

Series Scope and Content

This series contains marketing brochures and in-house confidential materials to assist sales and operation staff from Remington Rand and Sperry Rand Corporation. There are also two brochure series, including The Field Glass and Tabulating Tips, which offer guidance on how to use tabulating machines, plus a number of internal publications, including the employee periodicals Ink and Sales Whys, and a series of Gould Reports on Remington Rand equipment and methods. This series also contains programming manuals for the UNIVAC and tabulating machines, sample punched cards, card design notes, card design proofs, and contracts. Also of note is a reprinted paper titled "Some Problems of Installing a Punched-Card System." This series also contains Faloon's personal papers, including training class notes, an article about his emergency medical technician experience, a class directory, a schedule of the 1946 Remington Rand installation engineer's class, a bowling league newsletter, and a 1954 TM-2 class book. This series is arranged chronologically.

102683292 Card proofs for Philadelphia Company 1928-04-14


102683290 Powers reference manual : data applicable to powers accounting machines methods and applications 1930-1935


102683285 The field glass on... 1930-1940


102683284 Remington Rand promotional and sales materials 1940-1959


102683286 Tabulating tips 1943-1949


102683293 Specifications and agreements for Cove Hill Coal Company 1944-1960


102683291 Card designs 1945-1965


102683287 Internal company materials 1946-1959


102683296 Faloon's personal papers 1946-1976


102683295 David Faloon class notes ca. 1946


102683289 Gould reports on Remington-Rand equipment and methods ca. 1946


102683294 Some problems of installing a punched-card system ca. 1946


102726361 Business cards ca. 1950


102683288 Univac systems programming: vocabulary for information processing 1968


Photographs, Series 2, 1946-1969

Series Scope and Content

This series contains both professional and personal photographs pertaining to Faloon's work at Remington Rand and Sperry UNIVAC. The bulk of the series is made up of marketing and UNIVAC publicity images. This series is arranged chronologically.

102683517 Group photograph ca. 1946


102683514 PGH tabulating staff meeting 1947


102683515 Class Picture ca. 1954


102683516 Scrapbook page of classmates in Fisher's Island, NY ca. 1954


102683520 The new UNIVAC solid-state 80 convention booth 1959


102683521 UNIVAC solid-state computer convention booth 1959


102683518 Selective Posting Interpreter 1960-02


102683526 Eight men in the lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683529 Group of men in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683547 Men and Women working in computer room ca. 1960


102683527 Men congregating in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683525 Men congregating in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683524 Men in a lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683534 Men in congregating in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683533 Men in groups talking in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683535 Men in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683532 Men in lobby facing an UNIVAC exhibit ca. 1960


102683528 Men lining up in lobby at UNIVAC event ca. 1960


102683519 Woman standing in front of computer and printer ca. 1960


102683522 Dause L. Bibbly, Dr. John W. Mauchly, and J. Presper Eckert with the Unicall 1961


102683523 Woman transmitting message via Unicall 1961


102622389 ENIAC Officials ca. 1961


102683540 UNIVAC photo #2 : researcher in thin-film research laboratory at UNIVAC Engineering Center ca. 1962


102683541 UNIVAC photo #3 : thin-film memory research ca. 1962


102683542 UNVIAC photo #4 : technician working on UNIVAC solid-state II computer ca. 1962


102683546 Woman standing by a UNIVAC 1004 ca. 1962


102683548 Two women in UNIVAC computer room ca. 1965


102683544 UNIVAC 9400 ca. 1965


102683545 UNIVAC 9400 System ca. 1965


102683549 UNIVAC 9400 computer room ca. 1965


102683550 Woman sitting at UNIVAC 9400 ca. 1965


102683551 Woman standing at UNIVAC 9400 tape reel ca. 1965


102683543 R. E. McDonald explains to J. Frank Forster the new UNIVAC plated-wire memory 1966


102683553 Mario Liberatore, Ray Sharon, and Dave Faloon with model #2 Remington Rand tabulator 1969-12


102683552 Raymond J. Charron, Mario Liberatore, and David C. Faloon with model #2 Remington Rand tabulator 1969-12