GOLDSTINE, HERMAN H., and ADELE GOLDSTINE. "The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC)." IN: Mathematical Tables and other Aids to Computation. Lancaster, PA: National Research Council, July, 1946. Vol 2, no 15.
8vo. Pp 97-110. Half-tone photographic frontispiece of ENIAC. Original wrappers. Wrappers faded around edges.
Provenance: Clifford J. Maloney, programmer for the U.S. Army at Fort Detrick, Maryland, (3 stamps to wrappers).
"THE FIRST DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ENIAC TO BE WIDELY PUBLISHED" (OOC). This significant article, published "just after the ENIAC was announced ... was the major source of technical information about the machine for the scientific world of the time ... Even today, it ranks as one of the classic descriptions of the ENIAC." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, v 18, no 1 (1996), p 10 (reprinting the original article). Origins of Cyberspace 633.