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- A secretary, sporting a fashionable short, bouffant hairdo (lots of 'ratting' and Aqua Net hairspray) believes it helps her look professional as she works on a big computer.

9 Vintage Vending Machines From a Time When They'd Sell Anything

9 Vintage Vending Machines From a Time When They'd Sell Anything

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Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App .

You can almost hear the tape reels whirring.

Mainframe Computers ~ my dad programmed these giants that were fed information on key punch cards. The computers had their own huge rooms and were kept at low temperatures to keep them from overheating.

The IBM Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator (SSEC) computer, an electromechanical computer operated from 1948 to 1952.

The IBM Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator (SSEC) computer, an electromechanical computer operated from 1948 to 1952

1968 H632 General Purpose Digital Computer System (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.).

Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.: General Purpose Digital Computer System (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.

Typist , for Ignacio ;)

A teenage girl gets to grips with the office equipment in a tiny skirt and white go-go boots. this is how I used to dress when I worked in an office (albeit slightly longer skirt)

IBM DATA PROCESSING MACHINES

85 Funny And/Or Ridiculous Vintage Computer Ads. This is what we had when I worked in the

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These Vintage Computer Ads Show Just How Far We've Come

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1946 First Computer

1946 First Computer

Mr. B EdTech Blog: U.S. Relies on Floppy Disks for Nuclear Weapons Sy...

The Floppy Disk makes work in the office so much easier. It was easy and fast to transfer information from one computer to another. Floppy disks were making a major impact on technology and the way people work in offices.

Wrens (members of the Women's Royal Naval Service) at Bletchley with Colossus, the world's first electronic programmable computer.

Colossus Mark Used by British codebreakers to help read encrypted German messages during World War II.

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