Engineers communicating the importance of computer information centers for processing data in the United States.
United States USA Date:1965 Duration:13 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
Engineer's problem of retrieving information in the United States. Dramatization depicts: actress portrayed as engineer named Julie Stone leaves Chief George A Price's office. Chief interacts with engineer Pete Newton about the information center. Book rack in the background. View of a information center building. Men enter a Univac data center computer room. They confer while over a terminal labeled "UNIVAC Thin Film Memory" CU reel to reel computer and punch tapes running. Chief and Pete walk out from the information center. Men enter elevator while boss points to his watch. They meet Mr Cook. Cook discusses the sources of information for engineers. Pete asks about the transistors to solve designing problems. Cook calls his assistant and hands her a message. Assistant arrives and hands documents to Cook. Pete looks at the documents about the designing problems and references of design manuals. They return to their office. Pete enters Julie's cabin and hands her the reference documents. Engineer Harry seated at her cabin. Julie opens drawer and hands him documents about transistors for design problems. Chief enters Julie's cabin and hands her a reference paper about construction problems. Men interact. Julie search for documents. She hands the documents. Boss calls woman worker "My girl."
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