[SIGCIS-Members] Question From The American Computer & Robotics Museum in Montana

Luke Stark luke.stark at dartmouth.edu
Mon Apr 9 13:01:42 PDT 2018


I happened to meet Ceal Craig (https://twitter.com/cealcraig?lang=en) last week, who worked at the Dallas PARC office in the late 1970s and 80s and who’s very involved in the society of Women Engineers. She seems like a great person to touch base with.

Luke Stark, PhD

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Dartmouth College
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Harvard University
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On Apr 9, 2018, at 7:44 AM, George Keremedjiev <director at compustory.com<mailto:director at compustory.com>> wrote:

Hello to all. My first posting.

Our museum is opening on June 1st a major exhibit on women in computing.

Question:
Does anyone know of any personal computer hardware women engineers in the 1975-1985 era (+/-) who we should consider including in the exhibit? For example, women members of the Homebrew Club and/or employees at, for example - Apple, HP, Atari, Commodore, Tandy, Intel, TI, IBM, Xerox, etc. - who were hardware engineers and involved in the design of computer hardware components including microchips.

The key term is hardware.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and possible help with the above!

Best,
George

George Keremedjiev
Director
American Computer & Robotics Museum
Bozeman, MT
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