Computers and Automation, issue December 1957, vol 6, no. 12. 36pp. Original printed wrappers, removed from larger bound volume. $95
This lovely illustrated story appears in the December 1957 issue of Edmund Berkeley's Computers and Automation, which was the world's first semi-popular magazine devoted to the computer. The article is divided into questioned sections, including:
"What is 'Operating a Computer' Like?, showing the "new Computing Center" at the famous Moore School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, the place where most of modern computing in America was born in 1944/5/6.