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  • Collection: Digital Equipment Corporation

Photograph of the mill complex at night (with reflection in the mill pond) taken in 1971 when Digital Equipment Corporation was running at "top speed".

People listed in the photo: Kim Archer, Ralph Sheridan, Michael Pizza, Patrick Lolli, Tony Lolli, Elmer Mattson.

Another museum was proposed in 1999 by Marianne Butterline, Kathy Hahn and June Horrigan.

Nothing came to fruition concerning…


A black and white photo of the DEC Karate Club at 62 Nason Street. The instructor's name was Dick Jones.

A prison guard, from Concord Reformatory, Herb Stuart (from South Acton), took over the school around 1968 and eventually moved it to Main…

The Global Newspaper for DIGITAL Employees commemorating 40 years of people, products, and services. Digital was part of Compaq at this time, 1998.

Instructions for running the Greenblatt Chess Program on the PDP-6/10.

Ad/poster shows a VAX-11/780 computer with the message "At Digital, we think a computer is only as good as the 14,000 service people who stand behind it."

Includes the tagline: "Digital - We change the way the world thinks."

Poster used within Digital to advertise the DECworld convention at the World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts taking place from September 8-18, 1987.

"Excellent People Dedicated to a Five Star Program"

Thank You poster advertising a Digital 40th Anniversary event near the PKO3 Helipad (Parker Street campus in Maynard)

An extra edition of the magazine all about DEC.

The Year of DEC

"We had a vision of computing we knew the world needed" - Ken Olsen

A poster promoting the Large Computer Group's DECSYSTEM 10, DECSYSTEM 2O and DAS (Digital Advanced Systems).

The scene is the Old North Bridge in Concord.

A promotional poster produced by Marketing and Sales Support Digital Central European Region.

A poster by digital promoting the PDP-12 computer.

A poster celebrating the 20 year relationship between Digital and the Town of Maynard (the Minicomputer Capital of the World). The poster appears to be created by the IPG (Industrial Products Group) which was based in the Mill.

Digital Lab Data Products promotional poster showing a bit of friendly rivalry between Geneva, Switzerland and Maynard, Massachusetts.

As part of Digital's 25th Anniversary, the Town of Maynard honored Ken Olsen with a dinner and the introduction of Ken Olsen Plaza.

Representatives of Digital Equipment Corporation at what appears to be a trade show. PDP-8 and Flip Chips are being displayed.