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File:Classic shot of the ENIAC.jpg

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Description Cpl. Irwin Goldstein (foreground) sets the switches on one of the ENIAC's function tables at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering. (U.S. Army photo)

PD image of ENIAC

"U.S. Army Photo", from 8x10 transparency, courtesy Harold Breaux. The classic shot of the ENIAC while still at the Moore School. Soldier at foreground function table: CPL Irwin Goldstine.

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Date 1946
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Previously uploaded at en.wikipedia; by User Dino on en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 04:49, 12 December 2004 [[:en:User:Dino|Dino]] 613×480 (75,202 bytes) (PD image of ENIAC) (Uploaded using CommonsHelper or PushForCommons)

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