[SIGCIS-Members] Martin Weik?

grier grier at gwu.edu
Tue Apr 21 06:57:10 PDT 2009

	There was an article in the Annals about ENIAC's move to Aberdeen,  
though it dealt less with the issue of the move itself than the  
reconfiguration of the machine.  It was by Hans Neukom and was  
entitled "Second Life of ENIAC".  It was in the October 2007 issue.

	The records of the Aberdeen Proving Ground are actually in the  
Philadelphia office of NARA.  They are in a bit of a mess but they do  
contain more of the day to day operations of the machine and hence may  
have more material on the move.  (They have a card index file that  
promises to have a tremendous amount of information but it is badly  
scrambled and nearly impossible to use.) The Smithsonian has the log  
book, or at least the parts that survive in public hands.  And you are  
right, the Army's central records on the project at at NARA.


On Apr 21, 2009, at 7:34 AM, Evan Koblentz wrote:

> I recently read some of Martin Weik's reports on early computing in  
> the
> military.  Is it possible to reach him?
> I've been unsuccessful so far in my quest to learn the details of
> ENIAC's move from Penn to Aberdeen, and have exhausted most resources.
> (Although I have not yet visited the NARA archives at College Park,  
> Md.
> where there may be Project PX / ENIAC documents.)
> I suspect that Weik, if accessible, can answer some of my questions.
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