AIDC 100 Archives - George Goldberg Collection
Goldberg Memorial Digitization Project
Special thanks are extended to the following individuals for all their
hard work and effort exerted during the planning and processing of this
collection: Teddy and George Goldberg, without whose steadfast support
and generous donation this collection would not exist; Kristen J. Nyitray,
Acting Head of Special Collections and University Archives; AIDC 100 Archivist
and Assistant Librarian F. Jason Torre; Graduate Assistants Ann Becker,
Andrey Kuljiev and Jian Zhong; Undergraduate Assistant Kristin E. Ponte;
Tina Barkan, Co-chair AIDC 100 Library Committee and intern Mark Furness.
Additional thanks are extended to the following administration members
for their support: E. Christian Filstrup, Dean and Director of Libraries;
Daniel Kinney, Assistant Director of Library for Collections and Technical
Services; and Lois Mazer, University Advancement.
The collection focuses on George Goldberg's professional career within the Automatic Identification and Data Capture industry while he was the Publisher/Editor of SCAN Newsletter. Its various sub-groups focus on the different aspects of AIDC history, publications, corporations and specifications. These materials were collected over the course of Mr. Goldberg's career and served as his reference guide during his work. The collection serves to provide researchers with an overview of the AIDC industry and its component parts as it has evolved since the nineteen-seventies when Mr. Goldberg began his involvement in the AIDC industry.
The collection is open to research without restrictions in accordance with general access principles, and under the discretion of the Special Collections Department Staff. The collection's creator (Mr. George Goldberg) holds all copyrights to his personal papers and publications. All requests to use or reproduce any of Mr. Goldberg's papers or publications should be addressed to the Special Collections Department Staff; copyrights to all remaining items within the collection (not created by Mr. Goldberg) must be obtained from the owner prior to use.
In citing the collection, please credit it as follows: George Goldberg Collection, Special Collections Department, University Libraries, State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Materials within this collection may be located with the use of the collection's finding aid available in hardcopy and online through the University's Library webpage.
George Goldberg, co-founder of the AIDC 100 and publisher of SCAN Newsletter, began his professional career outside the AIDC field. He attended City College of New York where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Market Research and Statistics. Later, he attended New York University (NYU) where he studied economics and market research, and received a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Upon completing his education, Mr. Goldberg's first position was as a project leader for a market research firm that specialized in surveying young people. After three years, he left market research and took a position as chief statistician with a newly formed joint procurement agency of the U. S. Department of Defense. After a fews years, he left government service and took a position with a diversified company (listed on the American Stock Exchange) that manufactured and marketed microfilm equipment and plastic products. He stayed with this firm for seventeen years, ultimately attaining the position of president and chief executive officer. He left the company in 1973.
Soon after, he was retained as a consultant to a company that manufactured bar code film masters for the newly introduced UPC technology. After two years of consulting, Mr. Goldberg and his wife, Teddy, formed their own operating company, GGX Associates. GGX marketed film masters and pressure sensitive labels, especially designed for the UPC bar code as well as other applications. The company flourished under their direction and soon became one of the leading marketers of film masters and pressure sensitive labels in the industry. The company was sold in 1992.
During his early years in AIDC, Mr. Goldberg noticed that there were no trade publications that dealt with the burgeoning industry. Finding the niche, he decided to fill it. In 1977, he and Teddy, with their son Jeff as associate Editor, created SCAN Newsletter, a trade publication that explored the various aspects of the growing AIDC field. Included was coverage of AIDC technologies such as: bar coding, radio frequency (RFID and RFDC), magnetic stripe, OCR, voice recognition, smart cards and biometrics. Also included were market analyses and various other topics of interest to professionals. The publication had fewer than one hundred subscribers at its inception, but grew steadily over the next 19 years. In 1996, Mr. Goldberg sold the publication to Corry Publishing (where it is now published as SCAN: The Data Capture Report) and took the position of Contributing Editor; at the time of sale the newsletter had paid subscriptions in twenty-six countries around the globe.
In 1982, in an endeavor to recognize individuals who had made positive contributions to the bar code industry, SCAN Newsletter, joined forces with AIM USA (Automatic Identification Manufacturers) to establish the prestigious Percival Award (in honor of Mr. Don Percival, one of the early founders and pioneers in barcode scanning technology). The award has been presented annually to individuals or organizations in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of automatic identification and data capture technology by members and professionals within the AIDC community.
One of Mr. Goldberg's most prominent achievements has been the co-founding of the AIDC 100 with Ben Nelson and Chet Benoit, an organization of the leading professionals within the AIDC's vendor, user and associated communities. The organization's active membership is by invitation only and is limited to one hundred active members at any given time (members who retire are designated as "inactive" but retain full membership privileges), selected from the most outstanding professionals from the AIDC industry. The most significant achievement of the organization has been the establishment of the AIDC 100 Archives at SUNY Stony Brook. The Archive is the only central resource for documents, research reports, publications, artifacts and other archival material gathered worldwide. The AIDC 100 Archives provides invaluable assistance to writers, researchers, students and the media about the history and technology of the AIDC industry.
In addition to his many contributions to the AIDC community, Mr. Goldberg has sat on the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) committees that established package-marking standards; he has worked as technical advisor to the book publishing industry committee on bar coding; he has conducted seminars on bar coding in the United States, Canada, Europe and China; and he has written numerous articles on the AIDC industry for publication. In 1996, he sold SCAN Newsletter, but remained an active participant in the industry through his leadership of AIDC 100 and as Contributing Editor for SCAN: The Data Capture Report. His contributions to the field of Automatic Identification and Data Capture stand as a monument to the field to which he dedicated himself, and the technology he helped the world understand.
The George Goldberg Collection consists of sixteen series: general reference, bar codes, additional AIDC technologies, non-retail industry applications, industry activities, trade associations, trade shows, corporate files, SCAN monthly working papers, periodicals, books, video recordings, audio recordings, electronic media, artifacts/equipment and slides.
The series' original order has been maintained where applicable and re-created in others to assist researchers more easily. Items housed in acidic or metal housings have been removed from these housings for preservation reasons and have been placed in acid free folders and containers. Photographs have been placed in acid free folders and envelopes, and were left within original series. All metal fasteners have been removed and replaced in accordance with accepted archival standards of preservation.
The broad depth of information and various formats in which the information is conveyed within the various series provides the researcher with a comprehensive look at the progression of the AIDC industry and the development of the bar code in particular.
The most significant of the series within the collection is Series IX: SCAN Monthly Working Papers. This series contains all the original material used by Mr. Goldberg and his associates in the publication of the SCAN Newsletter. The articles, interviews, correspondence and various other related material provide researchers with an unique look at how the industry's major trade publication was put together from its inception in the nineteen-seventies to its reformatting and transformation in the nineteen-nineties.
Another significant series is Series XIII: Audio Recordings. The series contains the original audio version of Mr. Goldberg's speech given at the first Scantech meeting in the early nineteen-eighties in which he predicts some of the major applications of the bar code currently being used today.
All the series are useful in assisting the researcher in gaining insight into the history and background into the beginnings of the AIDC industry.
Series I: General Reference, 1973-1998, 2.5 linear feet. The series contains news clippings, articles, correspondence, glossaries and technical standards that provide the researcher with general background into the development of the bar code, especially the UPC code.
II. Bar Codes, 1974-1999, 5.8 linear feet. The series contains news clippings, articles, correspondence, and technical standards that explore the various industry uses of the bar code.
III. Additional AIDC Technologies, 1974-1999, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains news clippings, articles, correspondence and some technical standards that provide the researcher with insight into the evolving AIDC world.
IV. Non-retail Industry Applications, 1972-1998, 2 linear feet. The series contains news clippings, articles, technical standards, correspondence and memorandums that explore the various non-retail based applications of AIDC technologies in such areas as the governmental, automotive, warehousing industries that provide researchers with an overview of the various other industry applications.
V. Industry activities, 1974-1998, 5 linear inches. The series contains complaints, briefs and news clippings, photographs and brochures on education, art, patent and legal actions taken within the AIDC industry that show what steps have been taken to enlighten the world as to the potential for AIDC technology.
VI. Trade associations, 1975-1999, 1.8 linear feet. This series contains news clippings, news releases, articles, correspondence, memorandums, brochures, agenda on various trade organizations that are related to the AIDC in some manner or form.
VII. Trade shows, 1982-1998, 5.8 linear feet. This series contains brochures, correspondence, agenda and proceedings from the various industries trade shows. It provides the researcher with a collective look at the important trade shows in one place.
VIII. Corporate files1980-2000, 5 linear feet. This series contains alphabetical listing of companies involved in the AIDC industry. Included are financial reports, correspondence, articles, advertisements, brochures, memorandums and photographs.
IX. SCAN Monthly Working Papers, 1977-1996, 16.25 linear feet. The series contains news clippings, articles, and interviews, galleys used to create the SCAN newsletter. The series gives researchers a behind the scenes look at the publication.
X. Periodicals, 1973-2001, 8.3 linear feet. The series contains magazines, newsletters and trade journals.
XI. Books, 1984-1998, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains trade and corporate published volumes.
XII. Video Recordings, 1985-1995, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains video recordings that were used in general instruction and promotion about the AIDC field. The videos give researchers a good look into how products were used and promoted.
XIII. Audio Recordings, 1982-1985, 5 linear inches. The series contains audiotapes of major speeches and lectures presented to various industry representatives. These may be of particular interest to researchers exploring early predictions of AIDC technology use.
XIV. Electronic Media, 1999, 3 linear inches. The series contains compact disks with PDF versions of SCAN The Data Capture Report stored on them. This is a comprehensive file list of all the newsletters through 1999.
XV. Artifacts/equipment, 1999, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains various artifacts found within the collection. They are of interest to researchers interested in the specific item.
XVI. Slides, 1981-1988, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains plastic and cardboard mounted slides. The series is of interest to researchers wanting a look at some of the early presentations on bar codes and to those planning to make presentations on the subject.
Artifacts/Equipment, 1977-1986, 1.3 linear feet. The series contains artifacts, equipment and clothing related to the bar code industry, including an extensive collection of ID tags.
SERIES I. GENERAL REFERENCE
AIDC Timeline, N.D.
General Industry, January 1989-June 1994
Data Collection Hardware/Software, July 8, 1988
Annual Report to President and Congress, December 30, 1977
European Market, June 1989-March 1995
Correspondence, August 22, 1983-March 18, 1995
What is a Bar Code? N.D.
UPC Reference Manual, N.D.
UPC Guidelines Manual, January 1978-January 1986
Uniform Code Council, May 14, 1982-February 2, 1996
Symbol Quality, October 1974-June 1998
Governmental Legislation, December 11, 1974-April 11, 1995
Sub-series II: EAN Retail (Supermarkets/Groceries-Non-U.S.)
Standards & Specifications, 1977-1993
International Article Number Association/EAN, January 1977-December
EAN Japan, January 1989-February 1995
Sub-series III: UPC/EAN Retail (Non-Supermarket)
Standards & Specifications, December 1987-January, 1989
Sub-series IV: Non-retail Applications (Non-Industry Specific)
Standards & Specifications, October 23, 1975-May 26, 1982
Reference Manuals, 1980-1984
Scanning Hardware/Fixed Position, October 1980-December 1984
Sub-series V: UPC/EAN Shipping Container Codes & Symbols
Standards & Specifications, September 1975-May 1976
Association of Independent Corrugated Converters, April 18, 1985-March
Sub-series VI: Bar Code Symbologies. Linear (non-UPC/EAN)
Code 11, May 1977-April 17, 1987
Sub-series VII: Bar Code Symbologies. Stacked and/or Two-Dimensional
Standards & Specifications, May 1994--August 1998
Sub-series VIII: Bar Codes: Printing
Standards & Specifications, April 23, 1980-August 12, 1988
Sub-series I: Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Standards & Specifications, 1974-1982
Sub-series II: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Standards & Specifications, 1996-1998
Highway Tolls, 1993-1994
Sub-series III: Radio Frequency Data Communications (RFDC)
Standards & Specifications, November 1993-May 1998
Sub-series IV: Biometrics
General Reports, December 1988-May 1997
Sub-series V: Voice Recognition
General Reports, March 1989-November 1998
Sub-series VI: Smart Cards
General Reports, December 1993-February 1999
Sub-series VII: Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) [aka Quick Reponse]
Standards & Specifications, May 1987-March 1992
Sub-series VIII: Invisible Bar Codes
Invisible Bar Codes, 1993-1996
Sub-series IX: Magnetic Stripe Technology
Magnetic Stripe Technology, 1983-1997
Sub-series X: Machine Vision Technology
Machine Vision Technology, December 1987-April 1995
Sub-series XI: Dataglyphs/Smart Paper Technology
Dataglyphs/Smart Paper Technology, July 10, 1994-January 31, 1995
SERIES IV: Non-Retail Industry Applications
Sub-series I: Government
Federal Standards & Specifications, April 20, 1972-July 20, 1982
Sub-series II: Automotive
Standards & Specifications, 1983-1988
Sub-series III: Currency/Counterfeiting
General Reports, April 1991-June 1996
Sub-series IV: Electronics
Standards & Specifications, 1987
Sub-series V: Health
Standards & Specifications, 1984-1994
Sub-series VI: Horticulture/Produce
General Reports, February 1988-March 1989
Sub-series VII: Liquor
Standards & Specifications, October 1978-May 1981
Sub-series VIII: General Manufacturing
Hospital Materials Cost Containment Newsletter, February 2, 1984
Sub-series IX: Pharmaceuticals
Schering Corporation, January 11, 1978
Sub-series X: Postal Services
General Reports, October 1988-May 1997
Sub-series XI: Publishing
Books, June 1983-April 1990
Sub-series XII: Music Recording
Standards & Specifications, October 1977-April, 1987
Sub-series XIII: Stationery & Office Furniture
Standards & Specifications, November 1983-October 1988
Sub-series XIV: Telecommunications
Telecommunications Industry Forum, N.D.
Sub-series XV: Transportation
Sub-series XVI: Internet
Internet, December 1994-April 1997
Sub-series XVII: Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
Electronic Funds Transfer, N.D.
Sub-series XVIII: Graphics
Standards & Specifications, August 13, 1981-November 11, 1986
Sub-series XIX: Electronics
Standards & Specifications, November 1985-September 1989
Sub-series XX: Software/Computing
General Reports, October 1985-May 1992
Sub-series XXI: Heating/Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Institute, February 14, 1986
Sub-series XXII: Optics
Optical Laboratory Association, August 9, 1985
Sub-series XXIII: Warehousing
Automated Storage/Retrieval Systems, 1977|
Sub-series I: Patents & Patent Litigation
Bilgutay vs. Uniform Code Council, August 27, 1974-September 5, 1985
Sub-series II: Bar Code Art
Bernard Solco, November 14, 1997-January 8, 1998
Programs, June 1991-January 1995
SERIES VI: TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
Sub-series I: AIM International
Sub-series II: AIM/U.S.A.
General Reports, October 1982-October 1994
AIM USA Meeting News, September 1989-September 1993
Resource Directory, 1989-1990
Sub-series IV: AIM/U.K.
AIM/UK Update (Newsletter), February 1999
Sub-series V: AIM/EUROPE
Special Reports (Claredon), November 25 & 26, 1991
Sub-series VI: Industry Bar Code Alliance (IBCA)
General Reports, April 20, 1994
Sub-series VII: Voluntary Industry Communications Standards (VICS)
General Reports, January 1987-March 1999
Sub-series VIII: Federation of Automated Coding Technologies (FACT)
Standards & Specifications, 1988-1991
Sub-series IX: Aluminum Association
Standards & Specifications, April 5, 1985-May 1, 1986
Sub-series X: American Supply Association
Educational Material, N.D.
Sub-series XI: Manufacturers Handling Institute (MHI)
General Reports, March 1978
Sub-series XII: Recognition Technology Users Association (RTUA)
Expo '85, 1985
Sub-series XIII: Graphics Communications Association
Sub-series XIV: National Retail Federation (NRF)
General Reports, February 1998
Sub-series XV: Health Interindustry Business Communications Council (HIBCC)
General Reports, February 1989-May 1991
SERIES VII: TRADE SHOWS
Sub-series I: SCANTECH/USA
SCANTECH '82-Dallas, December 15, 1981-December 10, 1982 Separation
Note: Audio Tape of SCANTECH removed from box. See Audio series, box
SCANTECH '88- January 22, 1988-November 3, 1988
SCANTECH '92-Anaheim, October-December 1992
SCANTECH '96-Chicago, August 1996-January 1997
1980 Conference Proceedings, Arpil 23-25, 1980
1986 Conference Proceedings (1-9), October 15-17, 1986
1988 Conference Proceedings (1/2E), November 1, 1988
1989 Conference Proceedings (1/4D), October 17-19, 1989
1990 Conference Proceedings (1/3D), October 2-4, 1990
1991 Conference Proceedings (1/2E), November 5-7, 1991
1998 Conference Proceedings (Sunday, Sept. 13, 1998), September 13-16,
Sub-series III: SCANTECH/Europe
SCAN China, April 15-18, 1994
Sub-series V: ID EXPO
ID EXPO '88-Boston, April 20-22, 1988
ID EXPO '95-Chicago, April 1995-July 1995
Sub-series VI: National Retail Federation (NRF)
Business and Equipment Expo, January 12-15, 1992
Sub-series VII: National Retail Merchants Association (NRMA)
75th Annual Convention, September 1985
Sub-series VIII: Voluntary Interindustry Communications Standards (VICS)
Quick Response '89, March 21-22, 1989
Sub-series IX: Food Marketing Institute (FMI)
FMI Annual Convention '82, March 16, 1982-May 12, 1982
FMI Annual Convention '84, April 25, 1984-May 9, 1984
Sub-series X: Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC)
WERC '84 Conference, April 25, 1984
Sub-series XI: Recognition Technology Users Association (RTUA)
EXPO '85, August 4-6, 1985
Sub-series XII: U.S. Department of the Navy
Navy Wide Bar Code Conference, June 26, 1984
Sub-series XIII: U.S. Department of the Army
Army Symbology Conference, March 12, 1982-May 6, 1982
Sub-series XIV: Health Industry Business Communications Council (HIBCC)
2nd Plenary Session of the Health Industry Bar Code Conference,
1986 HIBCC Regional Conferences, March 11, 1986
SERIES VIII: CORPORATE FILES
Accuscan, December 8, 1994 - October 3, 1995
Computype, September 24, 1980 - June 1, 1996
Imtec, (1of 2) October 5, 1983 - December 31, 1992
LXE, (1of 2) February 1990 - September 1992
Norand, (2 of 3) September 1993 - December, 1995
PSC, (2 of 5) February 16, 1993 - June 30, 1996
RVSI, (2 of 4) December 31, 1997 - December 31, 2000
Symbol, (3 of 12) January 20, 1984 - October 17, 1988
Symbol, (8 of 12) January 1994 - April 1995
Telxon, (1 of 7) March 31, 1984 - January 15, 1990
Telxon, (6 of 7) June 5, 1998 - March 22, 1999
Vertical Technologies, September 23, 1994 - April 28, 1995
SCAN Newsletter, September 1977
SCAN Newsletter, March 1978
SCAN Newsletter, October 1978
SCAN Newsletter, June 1979
SCAN Newsletter, February 1980
SCAN Newsletter, October 1980
SCAN Newsletter, May 1981
SCAN Newsletter, October 1981
SCAN Newsletter, April 1982
SCAN Newsletter, November 1982
SCAN Newsletter, February 1983 (IE)
SCAN Newsletter, March 1983
SCAN Newsletter, June 1983
SCAN Newsletter, January 1984 (IE)
SCAN Newsletter, February 1984 (IE)
SCAN Newsletter, March 1984 (IE)
SCAN Newsletter, June 1984
SCAN Newsletter, October 1984 (IE)
SCAN Newsletter, March 1985
SCAN Newsletter, August 1985
SCAN Newsletter, December 1985 / January 1986, 1 of 2
SCAN Newsletter, May 1986
SCAN Newsletter, October 1986
SCAN Newsletter, April 1987
SCAN Newsletter, August 1987
SCAN Newsletter, January 1988
SCAN Newsletter, June 1988
SCAN Newsletter, October 1988
SCAN Newsletter, March 1989
SCAN Newsletter, August 1989
SCAN Newsletter, February 1990, 1 of 2
SCAN Newsletter, June 1990
SCAN Newsletter, November 1990
SCAN Newsletter, April 1991
SCAN Newsletter, November 1991
SCAN Newsletter, May 1992
SCAN Newsletter, October 1992
SCAN Newsletter, May 1993
SCAN Newsletter, December 1993
SCAN Newsletter, June 1994
SCAN Newsletter, November 1994
SCAN Newsletter, June 1995
SERIES X: PERIODICALS
SERIES XI: BOOKS
Separation Note: The following titles comprise series eleven of the George Goldberg Collection. They have been removed from the collection and cataloged in accordance with general special collections policy. For further information on these titles and other related titles, please refer to the library's online catalog system.
Allen, Randy L. and McCarthy, Daniel W., Ferrara, Cosmo F., ed. Point of Sale: Current Trends and Beyond. New Jersey: Touche Ross & Co., 1987.
Ames, Ron. Perspectives in Radio Frequency Identification. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990. (2 Copies)
The Bar Code Market Overview: A Strategic Resource For Resellers And Users Of Data
Collection Equipment. A Joint Project From Advanstar Marketing Services, Automatic I.D. News, And Venture Development Corporation.
Burke, Harry E. Automating Management Systems, Volume I: Principles Of Barcode Applications. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990. (2 Copies)
Burke, Harry E. Automating Management Systems, Volume 2: Barcode Engineering And Implementation. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990.
Burke, Harry E. Handbook Of Bar Coding Systems. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1984.
Bushnell, Richard D. and Richard B. Meyers. Getting Started With Bar Codes: A Systematic Guide, 2nd Ed. Bushnell Consulting Group, Inc., 1990. (2 Copies)
Cardais, Scott C. Compliance Labeling: How To Do It, 2nd Ed. Chalfont, Pa: Quad Ii, 1995.
Emmelhainz, Margaret A. Electronic Data Interchange: A Total Management Guide. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990.
Longe, Karen M. UPN Bar Code Labeling: A Guide for Implementation in Healthcare. Doylestown, PA: Tower Hill Press, 1998.
Lotenschtein, Sergio, ed. Bar Coding: Principles and Application: An Unabridged Edition of the Symbology . 82 Seminar Proceedings. Hollywood, FL: TDA Publications, 1984.
Nelson, Benjamin. Punched Cards To Bar Codes: A 200 Year Journey, With Descriptions Of Over 260 Codes. Peterborough, NH: Helmers, 1997. (2 Copies)
SERIES XII: VIDEO RECORDINGS
Management Overview: Videotape 1. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 36:00.
Symbology: Videotape 2. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 22:00.
Equipment: Videotape 3. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 32:00.
Getting Started: Videotape 4. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 29:00.
Applications: Videotape 5. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 22:00.
Shipping Parts/Identification Label: Videotape 6. Southfield, Michigan: Automotive Industry Action Group, 1986. Total Running Time: 24:00.
Spectra-Physics. Magellan Product Video. Eugene, Oregon: Cawood Communications. Total Running Time: 04:45.
NBC's, Counterfeit Crisis, with Connie Chung. Original Air Date: July 1, 1986. New York: CIAS, INC., 1986. Total Running Time: 14:00.
CBS Evening News, Barcode Scanning, with Frank Courier reporting. Original Air Date: October 9, 1991. New York: Central Broadcasting Service, 1991. Total Running Time: 5:00.
Commerce in Motion. Paris, France: Groupement D. Etudes De Normalisation Et De
Codification (Gencod), 1986. Total Running Time: Unknown. European Tape Format.
Bar Coding '89: An Educational Tool - Preview Tape. Notre Dame, IN:Golden Dome Productions, Total Running Time: 22:23.
Barcoding '89: An Educational Tool - Preview Tape. Notre Dame, IN: Golden Dome Productions, 1989. Total Running Time: 20:49.
Barcoding '89- Tape 1 Master. Notre Dame, IN: Golden Dome Productions, 1989. Total Running time: 5 Hrs. 30 Min.
Barcoding '89- Tape 2 Master. Notre Dame, IN: Golden Dome Productions, March 7-August 8, 1989. Total Running Time: 5 Hrs. 30 Min.
Bar Coding: Close #2, SHADD/Lombardo. Notre Dame, IN: Golden Dome Productions. Total Running Time: 15:00.
Denisson Industrial Systems Datapply Family. Wauregan, Conneticut: Industrial Video Source, Total Running Time: 08:30.
The Bar Code Experts. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corp., 1985. Total Running Time: 22:00
Introduction to Bar Code Applications. Lynwood, Washington: Intermec Corp., 1985. Total Running Time: 22:00.
Ultra Print. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corp., 1985. Total Running Time: 6:00.
The Wedge Connection: Ultimate Label Material. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corp., 1986. Total Running time: 6:00.
The Presidax Story. Framington, MA: Presidax, 1985. Total Running Time: 8:30.
Bar Code Data Capture in the Nineties. Bohemia, NY: Symbol Technologies, Inc., 1990. Total Running Time: 45:00.
ID Expo Television News. Original Air Date: May 17, 1995. Media, Pennsylvania: Visitors Almanac Television Ltd., 1995. Total Running Time: 1 Hr. 18 Min.
SCANTECH Television News, SCANTEC 1994, McCormick Place. Media, Pennsylvania: Visitors Almanac Television, 1994. Total Running Time: 56:00.
UCC/EAN Application Identifiers Global Standards for Product and Shipment Information.
EAN International, January 29, 1993. Total Running Time: 30:00.
Quick Response. Andersen Consulting Group & Voluntary Interindustry Communications Standards Committee, 1990. Total Running Time: 39:00.
The VICS Committee and Monarch Marking Systems Present 3 segments& . Voluntary Interindustry Communications Standards Committee & Monarch Marking Systems, 1987. Total Running Time: 28:00.
SERIES XIII: AUDIO RECORDINGS
Box 102 (continued)
Goldberg, George. SCANTECH '82 Speech. Audio Cassette. Original Air Date: November 5, 1982. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, 1982. Total Running Time: 28:00. Original Master.
Goldberg, George. SCANTECH '82 Speech. Compact Disk. Original Air Date: November 5, 1982. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, 1982. Total Running Time: 28:00. Primary Master.
Goldberg, George. SCANTECH '82 Speech. Compact Disk. Original Air Date: November 5, 1982. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, 1982. Total Running Time: 28:00. Listening Copy.
Goldberg, George. Automatic Identification Systems for Material Handling and Material Management. Audio Cassette. N.D. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, N.D. Total Running Time: 45:00. Original Master.
Goldberg, George. Automatic Identification Systems for Material Handling and Material Management. Compact Disk. N.D. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, N.D. Total Running Time: 45:00. Primary Master.
Goldberg, George. Automatic Identification Systems for Material Handling and Material Management. Compact Disk. N.D. Great Neck, NY: GGX Associates, N.D. Total Running Time: 45:00. Listening Copy.
SERIES XIV: ELECTRONIC MEDIA
Box 102 (continued)
SCAN: The Data Capture Report. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application
Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 & Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 24.3 MB. Erie, PA: Corry Publishing, 1999. Original Master.
SCAN: The Data Capture Report. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 & Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 24.3 MB. Erie, PA: Corry Publishing, 1999. Primary Master.
SCAN: The Data Capture Report. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application
Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 & Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 24.3 MB. Erie, PA: Corry Publishing, 1999. Viewing Copy.
SERIES XV: ARTIFACTS/EQUIPMENT
Preservation Note: Individual items listed below have been placed in separate containers to prevent damage to themselves or other artifacts.
Container I. Item Name: Bar Code Master Plan: The Tool You Need to Improve Manufacturing
Productivity and Quality. Manufacturer: Edutec, Inc. Date of Manufacture: 1999. Description: Press Kit (Enclosure: 13 un-opened items, in original packaging, including correspondence letter addressing Mr. Goldberg.)
Container II. Item Name: Bar Code Users Summit Photograph. Photographer: Unknown. Date of Photograph: August 22, 1984. Description: 9. x 11. black/white photo duplicate framed in a light stained wood frame, frame glass was removed prior to accession into collection. Original black/white glossy photograph may be found in Box 30, within the folder marked 1 st Bar Code Summit. Photograph accompanied by 8 ½. x 11. paper, identification key.
Container III. Item Name: Box Dies. Manufacturer: Dixie Electrotype Company, Inc. Date of Manufacture: N.D. Description: Deep etch, black galvanized rubber master printing dies used in the printing of bar codes on corrugated boxes. Enclosure: 2 items; die 1 measures 2 ¼. x 5. ; die 2 measures 3 ¾. x 7. ; and descriptive note written by Mr. Goldberg.
Container IV. Item Name: Quick-Check III. Manufacturer: Photographic Sciences, Corporation. Date of Manufacture: N.D. Description: 3 items; item 1 is a: black, plastic hand held bar code verifier with rectangular display screen and attached stainless, steel scanning wand used in the verification of bar code information. Serial number: 9296. Item 2 is a: cream colored, plastic printer measuring 4. x 4. with 2. paper role feeder and black, on/off toggle switch. Serial Number: 104820. Item 3 is a: black AC adapter used in the powering of both units.
Container V. Item Name: Universal Product Code Pressman's Gage. Manufacturer: Photographic Sciences Corporation. Date of Manufacture: N.D. Description: 3 items; tri-fold, hinged, black metal, square housing encompassing circular, glass lenses with incremental marking on glass for use in printing bar codes. Gage sizes: 1.2 magnifications, 1.1 magnifications, and, 1.0 magnification. Original black, vinyl case accompanies each gage.
Container V. Item Name: Bottle Opener. Manufacturer: Ilford. Date of Manufacture: N.D. Description: 4 ½ long, black metal exclamation point shaped bottle opener with hole located at smaller end for keychain. . Ilford. is stamped in raised relief on the front.
SERIES XVI: SLIDES
Series Note: The slides contained within this series were previously kept in a large three ring binder. They have been removed from the binder for preservation reasons. Accompanying the slides, were a number of items, including an audio tape of the AIM presentation. This item has been removed and placed in series XIII, box 121 with the other audio recordings. A subject based index accompanied the slides along with four photographs all of which have been left with the slides; the index is subject based and does not include an item by item listing. Certain slides had been removed from the Slide Directory for various purposes prior to accession of the material. The slides that were removed from the Slide Directory have been left in the original order they were found in order to provide researcher with a full understanding of the presentations' content.
Container I. Item Name(s): 'Z Group' (Misc./Not for current use.) Date: N.D. Index: No direct index of group. Format: Full Color plastic and cardboard mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict equipment, bar codes and captions used in various presentations longer in use at the time of accessioning. Total Number of Slides: 127.
Container I. Item Name(s): 'LXE' Date: N.D. Index: No direct index of group. Format: Full Color plastic and cardboard mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict equipment and people performing various tasks. Total Number of Slides: 11.
Container I. Item Name(s): 'Duplicate set of slides for NARM' Date: September 1981 Index: No direct index of group. Format: Full Color plastic and cardboard mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict bar codes and captions. Slides contain pencil and pen markings, identifying items general use for presentations. Total Number of Slides: 14.
Container I. Item Name(s): 'Metrologic' Date: N.D. Index: No direct index of group. Slides 2, 3 and 7 are missing. Format: Full Color plastic and cardboard mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict film processing laboratory. Slides contain pencil and pen markings, identifying items general use for presentations. Total Number of Slides: 8.
Container I. Item Name(s): 'Intermec' (K) Date: N.D. Index: No direct index of group. See letter based index. Format: Full Color plastic mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict people using bar code equipment. Slides contain pencil and pen markings, identifying items general use for presentations. Total Number of Slides: 19.
Container II. Item Name(s): 'AIM' (E) Date: N.D. Index: No direct index of group. See letter based index. Format: Full Color plastic mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict people, equipment, captions and charts. Slides contain pencil and pen markings, identifying items general use for presentations. Total Number of Slides: 62.
Container II. Item Name(s): 'AMH & SS Conference' (J) Date: 1981. Index: No direct index of group. See letter based index. Format: Full Color plastic mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. Description: The slides depict machinery, equipment and subject related captions. Total Number of Slides: 95.
Container III.-V. Item Name(s): 'Slide Directory' Date: N.D. Index: See letter based index. Format: Full Color plastic and carboard mounted plastic slides. Arrangement: Original order. (Container III. A-D, Container IV. D-G, Container V. G-I. Description: The slides depict people, equipment, machinaery, captions and charts. Slides contain pencil and pen markings, identifying items general use for presentations. Total Number of Slides: 521.