1930s Gallery

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Female students hard at work using IBM Type 31 alphabetic duplicating key punches (School of Commerce, Oregon State University). For more information about IBM Tabulating Machines, visit the Early Office Museum website.

Women punching social security “master cards” at Baltimore Social Security Office (Computer History Museum). For additional information about the photo, visit the  Computer History Museum website.

http://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/timeline

Women workers in a calculation “factory” in the 1930s. (Computer History Museum). For more information about computing in the 1930’s, please visit the Computer History Museum website.

http://www.officemuseum.com/data_processing_machines.htm

Women in 1934 using Hollerith Milk Machines Marketing Board (Office Museum). For additional information on data processing machines of the 1930’s, please see the Early Office Museum website.

http://www.officemuseum.com/data_processing_machines.htm

A women in 1934 working a Sorting Machine used to conduct an Unemployment Census (Boston Traveler OM). For additional information on data processing machines of the 1930’s, see the Early Office Museum website.

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