Iliffe, Graham, Salsburg, and Kilpatrick with R1 Computer in Abercrombie Lab, Rice University
Four men (from left to right): John Kenneth Iliffe, Martin Graham, Zevi Salsburg, and John Kilpatrick sitting in front of the R1 (Rice University Computer Project), located in Abercrombie Laboratory at Rice University. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Abercrombie Lab is historically significant as the site of the R1, a homemade computer built between 1958 and 1961 in a twenty-five foot square space at the south end of the second floor. It was constructed with grants from the Atomic Energy Commission and Shell Oil Company.
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