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  1. (hist) ‎Other articles by George Gray ‎[296 bytes]
  2. (hist) ‎Main Page ‎[4,829 bytes]
  3. (hist) ‎UNIVAC I Instruction Set ‎[8,437 bytes]
  4. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC 418 Computer ‎[8,444 bytes]
  5. (hist) ‎Some Burroughs Transistor Computers ‎[8,842 bytes]
  6. (hist) ‎Remington Rand Tabulating Machines ‎[9,024 bytes]
  7. (hist) ‎UNIVAC and ALGOL ‎[10,187 bytes]
  8. (hist) ‎The Burroughs 220 Computer ‎[10,545 bytes]
  9. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC 1100 in the Early 70s ‎[11,096 bytes]
  10. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC File Computer ‎[12,084 bytes]
  11. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC 1108 ‎[12,368 bytes]
  12. (hist) ‎UNIVAC in Pittsburgh 1953-1963 ‎[12,802 bytes]
  13. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC III Computer ‎[13,173 bytes]
  14. (hist) ‎EXEC II ‎[13,373 bytes]
  15. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC Solid State Computer ‎[13,791 bytes]
  16. (hist) ‎The UNIVAC 1102, 1103, and 1104 ‎[15,201 bytes]
  17. (hist) ‎Engineering Research Associates and the Atlas Computer (UNIVAC 1101) ‎[16,946 bytes]
  18. (hist) ‎Sperry Rand Military Computers 1957-1975 ‎[16,973 bytes]
  19. (hist) ‎Burroughs Third-Generation Computers ‎[17,076 bytes]
  20. (hist) ‎UNIVAC 1: The First Mass-Produced Computer ‎[28,152 bytes]

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