[SIGCIS-Members] possible home for papers?

Marc Weber marc at webhistory.org
Thu Nov 19 22:27:28 PST 2015

Hello Christina, 
This is definitely within the area we collect at the Computer History Museum, though it would have to go through our offer review process. Networking history materials are of special interest to our Internet History Program which I direct. Please feel free to send an email describing what you are offering, including a rough sense of the type and quantity. 
The Babbage Institute is another candidate for papers, as are Stanford Libraries and MIT. 
Best, Marc

Marc Weber <http://www.computerhistory.org/staff/Marc,Weber/>
Curatorial Director, Internet History Program <http://computerhistory.org/nethistory>
Computer History Museum

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> On Nov 19, 2015, at 15:09, christina dunbar-hester <c.dunbarhester at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions about a possible (history of computing?) archival home for the papers of Estil Hoversten, who contributed to satellite communications and Internet protocol research (PhD in EE from Iowa State, then faculty at MIT and later in industry at Hughes).  Please email me if you have any thoughts or leads.  
> Thank you!
> -christina
> **
> Christina Dunbar-Hester
> Author of Low Power to the People <http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/low-power-people>, MIT Press
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