I.E.E.E. Transactions on Electron Devices. Volume ED-23, number 7. [No place]: I.E.E.E. Electron Devices Society, July 1976. 4o. Original printed stiff paper wrappers. Provenance: Mr. Stockett (presentation inscription from the author). Reprint, January 1977. INSCRIBED by the author on the front cover "To Mr. Stockett Thanks for your interest W=Shockley" additionally signed by Walter H. Brattain and John Bardeen, co-developers with Shockley of the transistor (two photographs of the three loosely inserted). -- SHOCKLEY, William and Walter H. BRATTAIN and John BARDEEN. "The Transistor, A Semi-Conductor Triode" -- Nature of the Forward Current in Germanium Point Contacts" -- "Modulation of Conductance of Thin Films of Semi-Conductors by Surface Charges." Three letters to the editor in: The Physical Review. Volume 74, number 2. Lancaster and New York: American Physical society, June 15 1948. 4o. Original printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION of the first announcement of the invention of the transistor for which Bardeen, Brattain and Shockley shared the Nobel Physics Prize in 1956.TELSA, Nikola. Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency. New York: McGraw Publishing Company, 1904. 8o. Original brown cloth, gilt. New Edition. -- WIENER, Norbert. Cybernetics. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1948. 8o. Original red cloth. Provenance: W.L. Barrow (signature dated 1948). FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- WILKES, Maurice V. The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer. Cambridge: Addison-Wesley Press, Inc., 1951. 8o. Illustrated. Original brown cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST BOOK ON COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. (12) " /> [COMPUTING AND ELECTRONICS]. -- ENGINEERING RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. <I>High-Speed Computing Devices</I>. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1950. 8<V>o. Orignal blue cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- KORN, Granino A. and Theresa KORN. <I>Electronic Analog Computers (D-c Analog Computers)</I>. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1952. 8<V>o. Original black cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- NEUMANN, John von and Oskar MORGENSTERN. <I>Theory of Games and Economic Behavior</I>. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1944. 8<V>o. Corrigenda leaf loosely intserted (lower edge chipped). Original linen. FIRST EDITION. -- SHOCKLEY, William. <I>Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors</I>. New York: D.Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1950. 8<V>o. Illustrated. Original pale blue buckram, gilt. <I>Provenance</I>: Washington Library: Department of the Army (cancelled library stamps); Library of Congress (cancelled library stamps). FIRST EDITION. -- ANOTHER COPY. -- SHOCKLEY, William. "The Path to the Conception of the Junction Transistor." Offprint from: <I>I.E.E.E. Transactions on Electron Devices</I>. Volume ED-23, number 7. [No place]: I.E.E.E. Electron Devices Society, July 1976. 4<V>o. Original printed stiff paper wrappers. <I>Provenance</I>: Mr. Stockett (presentation inscription from the author). Reprint, January 1977. INSCRIBED by the author on the front cover "To Mr. Stockett Thanks for your interest W=Shockley" additionally signed by Walter H. Brattain and John Bardeen, co-developers with Shockley of the transistor (two photographs of the three loosely inserted). -- SHOCKLEY, William and Walter H. BRATTAIN and John BARDEEN. "The Transistor, A Semi-Conductor Triode" -- Nature of the Forward Current in Germanium Point Contacts" -- "Modulation of Conductance of Thin Films of Semi-Conductors by Surface Charges." Three letters to the editor in: <I>The Physical Review</I>. Volume 74, number 2. Lancaster and New York: American Physical society, June 15 1948. 4<V>o. Original printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION of the first announcement of the invention of the transistor for which Bardeen, Brattain and Shockley shared the Nobel Physics Prize in 1956.TELSA, Nikola. <I>Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency</I>. New York: McGraw Publishing Company, 1904. 8<V>o. Original brown cloth, gilt. New Edition. -- WIENER, Norbert. <I>Cybernetics</I>. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1948. 8<V>o. Original red cloth. <I>Provenance</I>: W.L. Barrow (signature dated 1948). FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- WILKES, Maurice V. <I>The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer</I>. Cambridge: Addison-Wesley Press, Inc., 1951. 8<V>o. Illustrated. Original brown cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST BOOK ON COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. (12) |
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    [COMPUTING AND ELECTRONICS]. -- ENGINEERING RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. High-Speed Computing Devices. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1950. 8o. Orignal blue cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- KORN, Granino A. and Theresa KORN. Electronic Analog Computers (D-c Analog Computers). New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1952. 8o. Original black cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- NEUMANN, John von and Oskar MORGENSTERN. Theory of Games and Economic Behavior. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1944. 8o. Corrigenda leaf loosely intserted (lower edge chipped). Original linen. FIRST EDITION. -- SHOCKLEY, William. Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors. New York: D.Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1950. 8o. Illustrated. Original pale blue buckram, gilt. Provenance: Washington Library: Department of the Army (cancelled library stamps); Library of Congress (cancelled library stamps). FIRST EDITION. -- ANOTHER COPY. -- SHOCKLEY, William. "The Path to the Conception of the Junction Transistor." Offprint from: I.E.E.E. Transactions on Electron Devices. Volume ED-23, number 7. [No place]: I.E.E.E. Electron Devices Society, July 1976. 4o. Original printed stiff paper wrappers. Provenance: Mr. Stockett (presentation inscription from the author). Reprint, January 1977. INSCRIBED by the author on the front cover "To Mr. Stockett Thanks for your interest W=Shockley" additionally signed by Walter H. Brattain and John Bardeen, co-developers with Shockley of the transistor (two photographs of the three loosely inserted). -- SHOCKLEY, William and Walter H. BRATTAIN and John BARDEEN. "The Transistor, A Semi-Conductor Triode" -- Nature of the Forward Current in Germanium Point Contacts" -- "Modulation of Conductance of Thin Films of Semi-Conductors by Surface Charges." Three letters to the editor in: The Physical Review. Volume 74, number 2. Lancaster and New York: American Physical society, June 15 1948. 4o. Original printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION of the first announcement of the invention of the transistor for which Bardeen, Brattain and Shockley shared the Nobel Physics Prize in 1956.TELSA, Nikola. Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency. New York: McGraw Publishing Company, 1904. 8o. Original brown cloth, gilt. New Edition. -- WIENER, Norbert. Cybernetics. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1948. 8o. Original red cloth. Provenance: W.L. Barrow (signature dated 1948). FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- WILKES, Maurice V. The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer. Cambridge: Addison-Wesley Press, Inc., 1951. 8o. Illustrated. Original brown cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST BOOK ON COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. (12)

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    [COMPUTING AND ELECTRONICS]. -- ENGINEERING RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. High-Speed Computing Devices. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1950. 8o. Orignal blue cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- KORN, Granino A. and Theresa KORN. Electronic Analog Computers (D-c Analog Computers). New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1952. 8o. Original black cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- NEUMANN, John von and Oskar MORGENSTERN. Theory of Games and Economic Behavior. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1944. 8o. Corrigenda leaf loosely intserted (lower edge chipped). Original linen. FIRST EDITION. -- SHOCKLEY, William. Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors. New York: D.Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1950. 8o. Illustrated. Original pale blue buckram, gilt. Provenance: Washington Library: Department of the Army (cancelled library stamps); Library of Congress (cancelled library stamps). FIRST EDITION. -- ANOTHER COPY. -- SHOCKLEY, William. "The Path to the Conception of the Junction Transistor." Offprint from: I.E.E.E. Transactions on Electron Devices. Volume ED-23, number 7. [No place]: I.E.E.E. Electron Devices Society, July 1976. 4o. Original printed stiff paper wrappers. Provenance: Mr. Stockett (presentation inscription from the author). Reprint, January 1977. INSCRIBED by the author on the front cover "To Mr. Stockett Thanks for your interest W=Shockley" additionally signed by Walter H. Brattain and John Bardeen, co-developers with Shockley of the transistor (two photographs of the three loosely inserted). -- SHOCKLEY, William and Walter H. BRATTAIN and John BARDEEN. "The Transistor, A Semi-Conductor Triode" -- Nature of the Forward Current in Germanium Point Contacts" -- "Modulation of Conductance of Thin Films of Semi-Conductors by Surface Charges." Three letters to the editor in: The Physical Review. Volume 74, number 2. Lancaster and New York: American Physical society, June 15 1948. 4o. Original printed wrappers. FIRST EDITION of the first announcement of the invention of the transistor for which Bardeen, Brattain and Shockley shared the Nobel Physics Prize in 1956.TELSA, Nikola. Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency. New York: McGraw Publishing Company, 1904. 8o. Original brown cloth, gilt. New Edition. -- WIENER, Norbert. Cybernetics. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1948. 8o. Original red cloth. Provenance: W.L. Barrow (signature dated 1948). FIRST EDITION. -- Another copy. -- WILKES, Maurice V. The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer. Cambridge: Addison-Wesley Press, Inc., 1951. 8o. Illustrated. Original brown cloth, gilt. FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST BOOK ON COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. (12)


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