American Federation of Information Processing Societies
National Museum of American History
P.O. Box 37012
MRC 601/Room 1100
Washington, DC 20013-7012
43.5 cubic feet: 143 boxes.
Interviews were conducted 1969-1973 in a cooperative project between the Smithsonian Institution and its Division of Mathematics and the American Federation of Information Processing Societies, with scientists, mathematicians, engineers, physicists, and businessmen who were significant in the development of the computer.
Transcripts are available through the finding aid link below for the following interviews: Howard Aiken; Franz Alt; Paul Armer; Association for Computing Machinery ; John V. Atanasoff; Jean Bartik and Frances Holberton; Morton Bernstein; Julian Bigelow; Gertrude Blanch; James Bradburn; Werner Buchholz and Byron Phelps; Howard Campaigne; CODASYL (Conference on Data System Languages); Arthur H. Dickinson; William Farrand and William Downey; Harry Earl Goheen; Jackson Granholm; Sidney Greenwald; Ralph Griswold; Herbert R. Grosch; Henry Herold and Jack Mitchell; B. Holbrook; Grace Murray Hopper; Bernard Horwitz; Alston Scott Householder; Harry Huskey and Mrs. Huskey; Josef Kates; Roy Kaufold and Walt Edwards; Les Kilpatrick; Russell Kirsch; Irving Korn; Sandy Lanzarotta; John Lowe; Richard Martin; John Mauchly; Roger Mills; Philip Morse; Eldred Nelson; Max Palevsky; R.D. Parker; Harry Polachek; Jacob Rabinow; Jan Rajchman; Mina Rees; Ida Rhodes; Rex Rice; Nathaniel Rochester; Milton Rosenberg; Paul Rosenthal; Morris Rubinoff; John M. Salzer; G. Floyd Steele; John Todd; Mark Torfeh; An Wang; James Wilkinson; Philip Wolfe; Way Dang Woo; William W. Woodbury; Pat Youtz; Everett C. Yowell; Heinz Zemanek.