[SIGCIS-Members] possible home for papers?

Hintz, Eric HintzE at si.edu
Fri Nov 20 09:57:39 PST 2015

Hi Christina-

Many good suggestions already!  Another possibility is to contact curators in the Space History Division at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum…

Paul Ceruzzi
SIGCIS member and curates history of computing, communication, guidance, navigation, control

Martin Collins
Curates history of civilian satellites

Might be a good mix of interest/expertise/fit given Hoversten’s contribution to IP via satellite.

Eric Hintz

Eric S. Hintz, Ph.D.
Historian, Lemelson Center for
   the Study of Invention and Innovation
National Museum of American History
Smithsonian Institution
MRC 604, P. O. Box 37012
Washington, DC 20013-7012
WORK: 202-633-3734
CELL: 610-717-7134
FAX: 202-633-4593
hintze at si.edu<mailto:hintze at si.edu>

From: Members [mailto:members-bounces at lists.sigcis.org] On Behalf Of christina dunbar-hester
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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 Dunbar-Hester
Author of Low Power to the People<http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/low-power-people>, MIT Press
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