Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:

Advanced Search (Items only)

Browse Items (386 total)

  • Tags: Digital Equipment Corporation

A Program for Appreciation Night held November 30, 1971, in the Maynard High School Auditorium. The event was sponsored by the Town of Maynard to extend its gratitude to Digital Equipment Corporation for bringing "great credit to the name of…

A 1976 calendar produced by Digital's Employee Communications Group that outlines the benefits available to Digital Employees. February is shown, maternity.

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

EPSON016e (2).jpg
A series of 26 color photos celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Digital Equipment Corporation and Testimonial Banquet to Ken Olsen, Founding President. The event was held April 19, 1983. The first photo of attendees include Bill Keto, Winnie Hearon,…

An account of Ken Olsen as founder of Digital Equipment Corporation.

EPSON009e (2).jpg
A black and white aerial view of the Maynard Mill Buildings/Digital Equipment Corp.

This was used by Digital Field Service engineers to open the cabinet doors on a variety of larger VAX systems.

Digital Part #: 12-26339-01
Also has a mark: A-1

Advertising sign informing Digital employees.

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".

A black and white photo of "Building 1 Illuminated" was Yu Hata's prize winning entry in Digital's Photo contest and was taken by a Pentax camera, set for a 2 second exposure at 5.6f stop.

A prize-winning entry in Digital's Photo Contest, taken with Pentax camera (2 second exposure at f/5.6)

These signs were posted to help the employees know where they were in the Mill. (Similar wayfinding signs were used in other Digital facilities.)

MLO12-2 means Maynard Mill, building 12, 2nd floor.

Prior to July 1982 all Digital buildings had…

A series of certificates indicating the completion of course work by Mike Rolla as part of the continuing education program at Digital. Two are shown.

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