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Ancient UO computer from Nuclear Lab is front and center at Seattle’s new Living Computer Museum

November 2, 2012

From the group of Harlan Lefevre

At Seattle’s Living Computer Museum which opened in October, one of the oldest exhibits at the is a PDP-7 made by Digital Equipment Corporation. Designed in the mid-1960s, it is believed to be the only working model of this machine in the world. The computer operated in Harlan Lefevre’s lab for many years.

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