A Heathkit H89, a COSMAC Elf. a Super Elf and an Intertec Superbrain II
SWTPC 6800, 6809, a Heathkit H-8 and a Challenger 4P
Cromemco System One, Lobo, PMC-80, 81, Mindset
Altos, Processor Tech SOL, IMSAI dual 8" floppys, Paper tape reader/punch, Altair 8800 IMSAI 8080 and a Turnkey IMSAI.
Northstar Advantage, a Vector 1, a Compupro 8/16, Rockwell AIM-65, Laser 128EX, Matell Aquarius, Kaypro 4
TI 99-4a, TI terminal, Compaq, IBM PC IBM PC jr, Sanyo, Toshiba 1000, (?)
TRS 80 III, Apple Lisa, Apple III, Apple II (2), NeXT, and another Apple II
Commodore Plus/4 plus printer, SX64 Portable (I still want one of these) Commodore PET, C64, Commodore Amiga 1000, Amiga 500, (?workstation (on floor))
Tandy Color computer, another C64 portable, TRS 80 I, Tandy 100, C128, TRS 80 III
Osborne Vixen, Osborne 1 (v2) Osborne 3, Morrow Pivot, HP 9000, 85, and 86.
Another photo of the same systems.
Sinclares and a Tandem (?)
Several Apple Macintosh computers
Novix , built by Bill Kibler of TCJ
An Apple II, a C64, an Osborne 1 (org. case) Tandy 100, another C64
Commodore PET, Kaypro 2,
I love this photo. This fellow pounded away for hours just to get this TRS 80 to run the display program he wanted.
Long shot looking west down the hall.
This is Ed El-Kareh of the CHAC and my friend Tom Nelson
Ed again, with Kip Crosby, Head of the CHAC
A few computer nerds cluster around an HP computer
Dave Baldwin, Editor of The Computer Journal (now defunct), with his Digital Group computer and Bill Kibler, former TCJ editor with his homebrew Forth box..