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Dwight Elvey took a very nice set of pictures at the VCF, shown below.

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A vendor table at the Sixth Vintage Computer Festival.

A vendor table at the Sixth Vintage Computer Festival.

Two of the three machines at my booth.  The Altair 8800 with drives is in the corner and its terminal to the right.  The TRS-80 Model I sits to the left.

Two of the three machines at my booth. The Altair 8800 with drives is in the corner and its terminal to the right. The TRS-80 Model I sits to the left.

Bryan Blackburn brought along several machines from his collection for this amazing booth.  His Mark-8 and Digital Group systems stole the show.

Bryan Blackburn brought along several machines from his collection for this amazing booth. His Mark-8 and Digital Group systems stole the show.

The AT&T 3B2 and several terminals were on display.

The AT&T 3B2 and several terminals were on display.

Larry Pezzolo demonstrates his Altair 680.

Larry Pezzolo demonstrates his Altair 680.

Chuck McManis brought along a rare PDP-5 to drool over.

Chuck McManis brought along a rare PDP-5 to drool over.

An old CDC machine located in Germany was accessible from the show floor via these terminals.

An old CDC machine located in Germany was accessible from the show floor via these terminals.

Larry Anderson brought his usual collection of Commodores.

Larry Anderson brought his usual collection of Commodores.

It seemed like virtually every Grid model ever made was on display.

It seemed like virtually every Grid model ever made was on display.

Dale Luck had a nice collection of prototype Commodore Amiga gear to show.

Dale Luck had a nice collection of prototype Commodore Amiga gear to show.

This full DEC setup was brought in at great risk to the electrical supplies for the entire Bay Area.

This full DEC setup was brought in at great risk to the electrical supplies for the entire Bay Area.

A different view of the massive DEC display.

A different view of the massive DEC display.

A Wang 2200 system was brought in for everyone to enjoy.

A Wang 2200 system was brought in for everyone to enjoy.

A history of logic components was shown by Boris Debic.

A history of logic components was shown by Boris Debic.

For sale at one of the vendor areas.

For sale at one of the vendor areas.

The ever zany Hans Franke shows off a briefcase computer of some sort.

The ever zany Hans Franke shows off a briefcase computer of some sort.

More PDAs then you can shake a stick at.

More PDAs then you can shake a stick at.

IMSAI, Cromemco and Northstar systems on display.

IMSAI, Cromemco and Northstar systems on display.

Me again with my machines.

Me again with my machines.

Early computation devices from the Visible Storage area of the Computer History Museum.

Early computation devices from the Visible Storage area of the Computer History Museum.

More early computing devices.

More early computing devices.

A hollerith machine used in the 1880 census.

A hollerith machine used in the 1880 census.

A large analog computer also on display in visible storage.

A large analog computer also on display in visible storage.

A bombsite "computer" on display at the CHM.

A bombsite "computer" on display at the CHM.

An German Enigma machine from World War II.

An German Enigma machine from World War II.

The one and only Johniac, a tube based computer from the late 1940s.

The one and only Johniac, a tube based computer from the late 1940s.

A part of the Sage on display at the CHM.

A part of the Sage on display at the CHM.

The fully restored and functional IBM 1620 at the CHM.

The fully restored and functional IBM 1620 at the CHM.

Another booth at the VCF.

Another booth at the VCF.

Dwight Elvey, the photographer himself, at the FORTH booth.

Dwight Elvey, the photographer himself, at the FORTH booth.

The Fischer Frietas booth with an original IMSAI and a "modern" IMSAI.

The Fischer Frietas booth with an original IMSAI and a "modern" IMSAI.

And another booth with some interesting items on display.

And another booth with some interesting items on display.


(Submitted October 19, 2006 14:43:18 by (a href=mailto:)Olli(/a))

I'm jelous I have only a DEC's VT420 and few workstations manufactured by Sun.


(Submitted October 29, 2005 11:12:56 by niloufar)

i will like to know more a bout the name of the analog camputer


(Submitted April 8, 2005 18:01:43 by David)

Nice pics! Mind if I use two of them to show to my students? Greetings from Portugal


(Submitted February 26, 2005 06:36:19 by kingsley)

i will like to know more about computer, networking, website desige

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