The Don Maslin collection consists of software and published documentation ranging in date from 1973 to 1990. About half of
the collection consists of early system disks and software for CP/M in floppy disk and cassette tape formats. The other half
of the collection contains manuals and user guides for various software and hardware from that era.
Don Maslin was a well-known and active member of the CP/M online community. He was known in this group of computer enthusiasts
for his extensive collection of system disks and other software needed to operate old CP/M hardware.
29.5 Linear feet,
23 record cartons and 1 periodical box
The Computer History Museum (CHM) can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying
any claims of the copyright holder. Requests for copying and permission to publish, quote, or reproduce any portion of the
Computer History Museum's collection must be obtained jointly from both the copyright holder (if applicable) and the Computer
The collection is open for research. However, the collection may require review by CHM staff before viewing.