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CALCULATING MACHINE

Engineers of the Moore School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania observe their calculating machine in operation in Philadelphia, Pa., on March 7, 1935. Left to right are Miles E. Nelson, who was in charge of the construction of the machine, Professor Knox McIlwain, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, and C.N. Waygandt, Instructor. The machine weighed three tons and contained 75,000 parts. (AP Photo)

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March 07, 1935 12:00:00 AM
September 13, 2000 10:54:00 AM
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KNOX MCILWAIN, MILES NELSON, C.N. WAYGANDT
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