> Well, I don't know what thier release of documentation for use it for their Computer Products Manual Collections, but the University of Minnesota, Charles Babbage Institute does have documentation for a Sperry Univac 1219. http://www.cbi.umn.edu/collections/inv/cbi00060.html
Thanks for the Babbage Institute link. I've worked with them before.
They don't loan, they charge $$ for page for copies. I will see what
they have and if it's worthwhile.
> I would SO love to see the 1219 power up and do more than sit as a static exhibit.
We all would. I'm just telling you, "Don't get your hopes up."
> Also, if you can provide me with photos (or even video of you guys unloading/setting up) I will at the very LEAST have it published on the MyFoxPhilly website, as I talked to the lead Web Producer and he is very interested in doing a story.
Cool. Not sure if anyone took pictures, but I'll ask. Jeff F., didn't
I see you with a camera?
> And often, there will be blurbs during the regular news to drive people to the website for additional information regarding certian stories. It is what I want to do to help out.