Series 11 Integrated Circuit Engineering Collection ARTWORK

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Description:

Photographs and artwork published and/or used by ICE covering a 30 year history of the developments in integrated circuit technology representing a mix of circuitry, manufacturers, failures, analyses, evaluations, investigations, seminars, meetings, procedures and sketches.

A transcription of one notebook contained within Series 11: LSI/DRA 1969-1970
80 pages 395K requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
(pages appearing in this particular notebook are available by appointment - however, the loose photographs are part of the ARTWORK we have provided below)

Photographs & artwork from the ICE Collection is in process - we have resized for a web view at 640 pixels wide. When requesting a higher resolution scan(s) from the following presentation please include the image number and follow the Smithsonian Institution Copyright Restrictions found on this website.

The 18 series within this collection are interrelated;
we have preserved the numbering system ICE utilized.

ARTWORK:    100000  100100   100200  100300   100400  100500   100600   100800   100900


ICE Series 11 Artwork 100900 - select from the following thumbnail images for a larger view

    ICE Series 11 Artwork Image No.100911
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The 18 series within this collection are interrelated;
we have preserved the numbering system ICE utilized.

ARTWORK:    100000  100100   100200  100300   100400  100500   100600   100800   100900


The Archives Center maintains container lists with unique collection names, series numbers and most important the Archive Center Number. When requesting information for your research either from the collecting division or the Archives it is imperative to include the associated number(s). Your contacts for requesting information and/or appointments to research the Chip Collection are:

NMAH Archives Center
Manuscript Technology Collections

Hal Wallace
Information Technology & Society - Electricity Collections


National Museum of American History


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