Douglas C. Engelbart papers, 1953-2005.


Douglas C. Engelbart papers, 1953-2005.

Professional papers, including correspondence, research proposals, technical reports, notes, journals, cassette tapes, films and video tapes. Accession 1998-094, 249 linear ft., is closed until listed. Accession 2007-197, 44 linear ft., includes files from 1988 to 2005, notebooks, slides, Bootstrap binders, ca. 300 audio tapes, ca. 30 video tapes, ca. 50 computer disks, and rolled drawings. A listing is available. Accession 2007-269, 29.5 linear ft., is partially processed. Accession 2007-323, 6 linear ft., includes 50 system tapes, 12 VHS tapes, and posters.

464 linear feet.

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