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  • Collection: Digital Equipment Corporation

A shirt produced commemorating DEC's 40 year run in the Assabet Mills in Maynard. Digital was bought out by Compact.

A poster outlining the development of products by the company from 1958 though 1983.

The calendar features a picture of Times Square with the Digital Logo on the neon sign.

Model of the Mill Clock presented to Ken Olsen from the Greenville employees at the dedication of the new DEC facility. The base plaques list the DEC facilities and year operational, 1957 - 1982.

Clock Tower model was presented to Dave Maccia from Digital Equipment Corporation in appreciation for 25 years of service.

DEC built this campus when it had out grown the Mill. Note Alumni Field in the upper right corner. The buildings have been taken down and the area is now housing and retail shopping.

Photo taken at the time of Digital ownership. Note one chimney, the other was taken down in 1956.

DEC poster promoting UNIX compatible workstations and servers.

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Compaq acquired DEC and continued to promote some of their products.

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DEC poster illustrating integration of the VAX 9000 with other computers including rivals Apple, IBM and COMPAQ.

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Dr. Brian Reis is featured in this promotion of DEC's firewall product.

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Compaq acquired DEC in the 1990's and continued to promote some of their prodcuts.

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This is a collection of promotional pins related to Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). The pins vary from give-aways at trade shows to pins related to DECUS (Digital Equipment Computer Users Society):

"Phantom of the Operating System" - DECUS…

Multi Page report describing the plans for the addition of a chilled water plant adjacent to MLO7. Shown is the first page and a site map.

"Jack Mackeen (right), Microcomputer Products Group (MPG) manager, displays the first in a series of 'Mighty MIcro' ads now appearing in electronics trade magazines. George Roth (left), MPG marketing specialists and running enthusiast, models a…

An unopened documentation box containing Spreadsheet, Graphics and Information Management instruction manuals.