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AIDC 100 Archives - Benjamin Nelson Collection

Type of Material: Documents, photographs, audio, videotapes, slides, digital media, and artifacts.
Personal Name: AIDC 100 Archives - Benjamin Nelson Collection
Collection ID: Collection 363
Creator: AIDC 100 Archives - Benjamin Nelson Collection
Extent: 25 cubic ft.
Span Dates: 1972-2001

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Title
AIDC 100 Archives - Benjamin Nelson Collection
Collection 363

Description

Papers, 1972-2001.
25 cubic ft.
Organization: Series arrangement by original order; sub-series arranged alphabetically and chronologically.
Documents, photographs, audio, videotapes, slides, digital media and artifacts; co-founder of the AIDC 100; author of Punched Cards to Bar Codes.

Processing by F. Jason Torre and graduate assistants Allison Huftalen and Fabiola Berenice Baez-Revueltas, 2005.
Finding aid revised by Kristen J. Nyitray, July 2013 and March 2014.

Preface
Introduction
Biographical Note
Scope and Content Note
Series Description
Inventory

Preface

The AIDC 100 Archives at Stony Brook University identifies, acquires, preserves and makes available to the public, industry members, educators, and students a comprehensive and diverse library of materials that documents the AIDC (automatic identification and data capture) industry.

Introduction

The Benjamin Nelson Collection was donated to the Special Collections in 2002. The collection consists of 25 cubic feet of material, and consists of the personal papers and writings, promotional materials, books, videos and photographic materials collected and created by Mr. Nelson.

Biographical Note

"Ben Nelson was an active and positive presence in the AIDC industry from its inception in the 1970’s. He was known worldwide for his memorable seminars on the basics of bar code symbology and printing. In 1997, Ben authored the important reference book, “Punched Card to Bar Codes.” His humor, warmth, kindness and integrity forged a rock-solid, lasting bond with all who knew him. Ben was a co-founder of AIDC 100 in 1997 and remained a driving, inspirational force in the organization until his untimely passing. He will be sorely missed by his friends and associates."
Text from plaque in honor of Benjamin Nelson.

Benjamin A. Nelson (b. 1926 - d. 2001) began his career in the AIDC industry with the Markem corporation, a manufacturer of industrial printing machines, working in the sales and marketing division. In 1969, while with Markem, he became involved in the first U.P.C. and LOGMARS tests. As his involvement with the industry expanded, Mr. Nelson was asked to serve on several industry trade associations (APICS, IMMS), was a valued member of the Industry Advisory Board of the School of Packaging at Michigan State University and ID Systems Magazine, and frequently lectured at the University of Wisconsin Management Institute. Mr. Nelson served for two terms on the Board of Directors for the Automatic Identification Manufacturers Association.

He was also a prolific writer for ID System Magazine and was awarded the prestigious Richard Dilling Award in 1985 for his efforts to create a curriculum on bar coding at the School of Packaging at Michigan State University.

In 1995, after 42 years with the Markem Corporation, Mr. Nelson retired and started Nelson Associates, a consulting firm dedicated to educating the private and public sectors on the benefits of AIDC technologies. Soon after, in 1997, he became a co-founder with George Goldberg and Chet Benoit of the orhanization AIDC 100. He worked in this capacity until his death in 2001.

Scope and Content Note

The Benjamin Nelson Collection consists of seven series: Subject Files, Writings, Lectures and Seminars, Artifacts, AV, Photographs/slides and Electronic Media.

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.

Series Description

Series 1: Subject files, 21 linear inches, 1974-2000. Arranged alphabetically.

Series 2: Writings, 10 linear feet, 1974-2000. Original drafts.

Series 3: Lectures and Seminars, 4 linear feet, 1974-2000. Note: Slides have been removed and placed within Series 5.

Series 4: Artifacts, 5 linear feet, 1974-1999. T

Series 5: Photographs/Slides, 3 linear inches, 1972-1998. Photographs of presentations, equipment and labels.

Series 6: Audio/Visual, 8 linear inches, 1985-1997. VHS tapes of Markem promotional materials.

Series 7: Electronic Media, 6 linear inches, 1994-2001. Digital versions of lecture notes and product software.

Rights and Permissions

Stony Brook University Libraries' consent as the physical owner of the collection does not address copyright issues that may affect publication rights. It is the sole responsibility of the user of Special Collections and University Archives materials to investigate the copyright status of any given work and to seek and obtain permission where needed prior to publication. 

Inventory

Series 1: Subject Files

BOX 1

10 Commandments of Bar Coding, undated
2 D Codes, undated
AIDC 100-General Files, undated
AIM Meeting, undated
Articles, undated
Automobile Applications-La Moreaux, 1984
Bar Code for Beginners (Symbol), 6/21/2005
Bar Code Label Performance by Jud Miner, 9/1/1999
Bar Code Reading Devices and Systems, 1989
Bar Code Symbologies, undated
Bi-Level, undated
Biometrics, undated
Blood, undated
Check Digit, undated
Check Stand for RCA, undated
Color Halftone Micordots, undated

BOX 2

Comrex Transmitter, 1974 (3f)
CIAS, undated
Cures for the Common Code-Harmon, 1993
History, undated
Intermec Bar Code 101-Ackley, 1991
Intermec Dual Image, 1970 (2f)

BOX 3

Intermec Dual Image, 1970
Intermec Printing Examples, undated
Labels, undated
LOGMARS, undated
Mag Stripe, undated
Markem, History, undated (3f)
News Items-Nelson Featured, undated
News, Mag, Accts. Of Awards, undated

BOX 4

Park Watch, June 6, 2000
PDR, undated
PDF-417, undated
Scanning Articles (ScanMark)
Scanquake, undated
Scope, undated
Show Directories, undated
SLUG Code, undated
Speakers Bureau, undated
Thank you letters, undated (2f)

Series 2: Writings, Sub-series 1: Biographical Notes

BOX 5

Ackley, H. Sprague, undated
Adams, Russ, undated
AIM, undated
Allais, Dave, undated
Barker, Bill, undated
Berge, Paul, undated
Bowlen, R.W., undated
Burke, Harry I, undated
Burke, Harry II, undated
Bushnell, Rick, undated
Collins, Dave, undated
Dubuc, Don, undated
Esserian, John, undated
Fales, Jim, undated
Gilligan, Alan, undated
Goldberg, George, undated
Hanson, Laura, undated
Harmon, Craig, undated
Hileman, Martin, undated
Hill, John, undated
Hohberger, Clive P., undated
ID Systems, undated
Innotech, undated
Intermec, undated
Kapsambelis, Chris, undated
Kelley, Nancy, undated
LaMoreaux, Bob, undated
Laurer, George, undated
Letters, undated

BOX 6

Longacre, Andy, undated
Mara, Charles, undated
Michigan State University, undated
Misc, undated
Moore, Bert, undated
Noll, Mike, undated
Norand, undated
Palmer, Roger, undated
QMS, undated
R.B. Meyers, undated
SATO, undated
Sein, John, undated
Sharp, Kevin, undated
Smithsonian, undated
Smithsonian Magazine, undated
Sobczek, Thomas V., undated
Solco, Bernard, undated
Stevens, Ray, undated
Swartz, undated
UPC, undated
Weiland, Norm, undated
Williams, Ted, undated
Willoughby, Bert, undated
Wood, Brian, undated
Wright, George, undated
Wurz, Al, undated

Series 2: Writings, Sub-series 2: Chapter Notes

BOX 7

My Book, undated
Chapter I AIDC Industry, undated
Chapter I - History, undated
Foreword, undated
Chapter 2 One-Zero-Binary, undated
Chapter 3 Jacquard, undated
Chapter 4 Babbage, undated
Chapter 5 1890 Census, undated
10 Logmars, undated
12 Standards, undated
6 Kermode, undated
7 Woodland, undated
Woodland, N. Joseph, undated
9 Kartrak, undated

BOX 8

Chapter 12 Trade Show, undated
Chapter 14 Awards, undated
Percival, undated
Dilling, undated
Glossary, undated
AIAG, undated
Biographies, undated (2f)
Introduction photos, undated

BOX 9

Silicone Pad Brochure #55, undated
UPC II Articles, undated
UPC, undated
Bar Code Sources, undated
Codes, undated
Second Edition Material, undated
Magazines, undated
Books Drafts (3 binders), undated (2f

BOX 10

Books Drafts (3 binders), undated (2f)

BOX 11

Markman vs.Lehman-opinion witness statement (closed until 2017)

BOX 12

Punched Cards to Bar Codes - draft, undated

Series 2: Writings, Sub-series 3: Technology Notes
BOX 13

1.5 Dimension, undated
2 of 7 Code (see Coda bar), undated
2D Binary, undated
3 - DI, 11/21/1995
3x3 Bit Map Code, undated
4 Bit Biphase, undated
4 State Alphanumeric, undated
16 Bit Encoding, undated
666, undated
93i, undated
AAN (see EAN), undated
Accumed Code, undated
ACI (see Kartrak), undated
AGES, 9/1/1982
Alpha Plessey (see Plessey), undated
A-M Code, 5/4/1995
Ames, 4/5/1974
Anker Code, 9/1/1982
Array Code, 2/10/1994
Article Identification, undated
AS - 10, 10/2/1976
AS - 12, undated
AS - 12 Interleaved, undated
AS - 13, undated
AS - 4 Decimal, undated
AS - 5 Decimal, 9/27/1976
AS - 6 Decimal, 4/1/1976
Asimov Matrix Code, undated
Atomic Fuel Rods, undated
Aztec Code, 5/10/1995
Aztec Mesa, undated
Bank Check Code, undated
Bar Code Specifications, F1 (Symbol Technical), 5/1/1986
Bar Code Specifications, F2 (Symbol Technical), 5/1/1986
Baudot (See Brinkes also), undated
BC - 309, 4/1/1993
BC - 412, 4/11/1996

BOX 14

BCD, 9/1/1982
BCD Matrix, undated
Beck, undated Fran, undated
Bell and Howell, undated
Bendix, 4/30/1974
Bilguaty, 8/27/1974
Binary, undated
Binary Coding System, undated
Binary Color Glyphs, undated
Bone Code, 1/1/1995
Bookland EAN, undated
Bottle, undated 10/18/1994
BPO -State, 4/18/1994
Braiderd, 8/18/1964
Braille, undated
Bridge Challenger Bar Code, undated
Brinker, 11/24/1970
Bullseye, 10/7/1952
Bunn Code, undated
Calra, undated
Canon Code, undated
Card Code, 6/27/1972
Card Code II, undated
Casio, 12/27/1983
Cavity Identification Code, undated
Channel Code, 9/13/1994
Channel Code Stacked, 12/30/1994
Charecogn, undated 1/18/1972
Charecogn Linear, 4/4/1994
Charecogn Reading System, 11/1/1993
Chinese Code Postal Code, undated
CIAS BCB, undated 2/1/1994

BOX 15

CIAS Casino Chip Code, 10/1/1986
CMC - 7, undated
Codabar, undated
Codabar - Rationalized, 3/12/1982
Codablock (see Identcode), undated
Code 1, undated
Code 11, 9/1/1982
Code 128, undated
Code 128A, undated
Code 128B, undated
Code 128C, undated
Code 13, undated 9/1/1982
Code 16K, undated 7/11/1990
Code 1S, undated
Code 24, 5/17/1996
Code 27 (see Codabar), undated
Code 3 of 6 (code 36), 5/3/1996
Code 3 of 9 (see code 39), undated
Code 32, 9/7/1995
Code 39, 1/4/1982
Code 440, 6/8/1994
Code 49, 11/1/1992
Code 5, undated
Code 53, 4/8/1997
Code 6 (see Maxicode), undated
Code 9, 5/19/1983
Code 93, undated

BOX 16

Code 97, 5/19/1983
Code ATM, undated
Code B, undated
Code Z, 12/26/1995
Coded Data, undated
Coded Document, undated
Coded Member, 8/5/1975
Cogni-tag, undated
Color Bar Code, 6/20/1972
Computer Course, undated
Computers, undated
CP Code, 4/23/1993
CPC, 6/19/1992
Crypto Code, 3/29/1991
Data General, 9/7/1976
Data Glyph, 11/1/1994
Data Matrix, 2/7/1996
Data Processing code, 4/16/1996
Databar, undated
Datafile, undated
Decimal Code, undated
Decora, 1/16/1996
Delta Codes, 3/27/1973

BOX 17

Delta Distance, 9/1/1982
Digimarc, undated
Digital Code, undated
Digital Halftone Image, undated
Digital Information, undated
Digital Level Code, undated
Digitape, undated
Distortion Resistant Bar Code, undated
Document Code, undated
Dot Code, 3/1/1993
Dot Code A, 9/1/1993
Double Track, undated
DPCB (see Postnet), undated
DREF Distribution, 6/4/1996
Dual Image Code, 4/28/1995
Dutch, undated 6/12/1992
Dymo A, B, C, 2/6/1973
E - 13 B (see MICR), undated
E.C.A., undated
EAN, undated
EAN 8 - 13, 9/1/1982
EAN 8 Composite, 9/1/1982
Edge Code, 4/25/1977
E-M Code, undated
Euro Sin, undated
F -2 - F, 9/1/1982
F -2- F Modified, undated
FACT, undated
Farrington, undated
Feissel, 7/17/1962
Fibbonacci, undated
Filing System Code, 6/16/1996
Film Code, 1/14/1990
Film Frame Code, undated
Film Magazine Code, 1/14/1990
FIM, undated
Fontec See Smart Code, undated
Four Bit Binary, 9/12/1973
Four of Five Code, undated
Four Stack Binary, undated
Frequency Code, undated

BOX 18

Fujitsu, undated
General Telephone, undated
Glossary, undated
GO Code, undated
Guest Check, 9/29/1981
Han Ma, undated
Hard - Marked Code, 7/19/1994
HIBCC HIDA, undated
Hitachi, undated
Hollerith, undated
Hollerith II, undated
Holm Code, 8/23/1977
HP - 41C, 1/30/1995
Hypolainen, 12/21/1965
IAN (see EAN), undated
IATA 2/5, 8/6/1993
IBM, undated
IBM Postal, undated
ICOPS/NOPA, undated
Identcode, 6/1/1990
Identic Data Recorder, undated
IER, 9/1/1982
Image Communication, undated
Imprinting and Coding on the Packaging Line, undated
Ink Intrusion Resistant Code, 3/22/1994
In-Line Binary, undated
Interleaved Binary, 7/5/1973
Interleaved Two of Five, 5/1/1986
Invisible Ink/Codes, undated
IPC-13, undated
IPC-14, undated
IPC-2D, undated
ISBN Plessey, 1/4/1988
ISBT -128, 6/12/1992
ITF - 14, 9/1/1985

BOX 19

J.A.N. (see EAN), undated
Kartrak, 12/21/1965
Kermode, 12/18/1934
Key Entry Error Rates, undated
Kodak Patch Code, 3/17/1994
La Mers, 11/26/1968
Labeling Your Warehouse, undated
Laser Diode Scanners, undated
LEB Code, undated
Lemelson, undated
Litton Zellweger, 8/17/1998
Machine Vision, undated
Magic Wand (see Talking), undated
Magnetically Readable, undated
Map Code, 4/24/1984
Mark Sense, undated
Markem, undated
Marking Tag Code, 10/12/1976
Matrix, 3/1/1994
Matrix Two of Five, 9/1/1982
Maxicode, 11/1/1994
Mesh Pattern, undated
Meter Code, 11/1/1991
MICR, 3/17/1994
Micro-Mark, undated
MILC - 2D (see Identcode), undated
MIL-DDDL-20F Labels, undated
MIL-L-61002-Labels, undated
Mini Code, 10/11/1994
Modified BCD, undated
Mold Code, undated
Morris Code, 8/5/1996
Motorola Code, 2/22/1994
MSI, undated 9/1/1982
Multiple Date Entry, undated

BOX 20

NCR, undated
NEC 2 of 5, 9/1/1985
NEC Code, undated
Nixdorf, 9/1/1982
Norand, undated
NRZI, undated
NSA, undated
Nue Hue, 11/29/1994
NW 7 (see Codabar), undated
OCR - A, undated
OCR - A Euro banking, 4/17/1986
OCR - B, undated
OCR-A, undated
OCRT, 11/9/1993
Octal Coded Decimal, undated
OGHAM, 12/20/1997
OMR, undated
Optical Code Format, undated
Optical Printed Symbol (see Temp), 12/19/1978
Optical Product Code, undated
Optically Readable Code, 5/15/1990
Oscar Mayer, undated
Other Articles, undated
Over / Under, undated
Panacode, undated
Paperbyte Code, 12/27/1994
Parallel Track Code, undated
Patents 3-0 to 3-5, undated
Patents 3-6 to 3-9, undated
Patents 4-0 to 4-5, undated
Patents 4-6 to 4-9, undated
Patents 5-0 to 5-5, undated
Patents 5-6 to 5-9, undated
Patents 6-469, undated

BOX 21

PDF 417, 4/24/1991
Periodic Binary, undated
Pharmacode, undated
Planet, 2/14/1995
Plastic Bottle Code, 12/5/1995
Playing Card, undated Playing Card II, 11/9/1993
Plessey, 8/13/1973
PoseCode, undated
Postnet, 2/1/1992
Potter Code, undated
Powers Code, undated
Presence / Absence (see SLUG), 3/23/1982
Printronix, undated
Postbar 4 State Bar Code, undated
Pulsed Pair Code, undated
PWM, 9/1/1982
QMS, undated
QR Code, 12/1/1994

BOX 22

Rapistan, undated
RCA, 7/21/1972
Reticle bar Code, undated
RFID, undated
Rotomark, 6/5/1971
RSS-14, undated
RSS-14 Composite, undated
RSS-14 Composite Stacked, undated
RSS-14 Expanded, undated
RSS-14 Limited, undated
RSS-14 Limited Composite, undated
RSS-14 Stacked, undated
RTC, undated
Ruby Wand, undated
RVSI, undated
SAAN (see EAN), undated
Savir and Laurer, undated
Scanner, 10/10/1972
Scanners and Data Collection Terminals, undated
Scanners-Introduction, undated
Scanning, undated
SCOPE, undated
SDC -48 (see 3 - DI), undated
Seletric II, undated
Serials Industry System, 2/28/1996
Sick Code, undated
Siemens, 9/1/1982
Singer, 7/28/1972
SISAC (see Serials Industry), undated
Six Bit Binary, 9/20/1973
Six Bit Decimal, undated
Smart Cards, undated
Smart Code, undated
Smart Post (see Crypto Code), 7/9/1996
Smudge Code, undated
Snowflake, 10/3/1995
Soft Strip, 3/31/1987
Specification Sources, undated
Speech Recognition, undated

BOX 23

Sperry, 12/3/1968
Split Circle, undated
SRC (Science Research Center), undated
St. Gobain Code, undated
Statistical Process Control, undated
Stealth-Dots, undated
Storage Media Code, 1/28/1992
Sunblad, 12/19/1967
Sunbrust (see Charecogn), undated
Sunbrust Interleaved, undated
Super Tag, undated
Supercode, 10/13/1994
Sureshot, 10/26/1995
Sylvania, undated
Sylvania II, undated
Symbologies-Introduction, undated
TAG-IT, undated
TALC, undated
Talking Tracks, undated
Target Symbol Code, 10/4/1995
Technology notes, undated
Tekscan, undated
Teleform 4.0, 10/1/1998
Telepen, 9/1/1982
Telxon, 4/5/1994
TEMA, 12/19/1978
Ten Segment Decimal, 8/19/1977
The "X" Dimension, undated
The New Bar Codes Sprague Ackley, undated
Ther-Mark, undated
Thin Code, undated
Thomas Code, 4/21/1981
Three of Nine (see code 39), undated
Three Width, undated
Time Line, undated
Toyota Code, undated
Transition Code, undated
Tri - Bar, undated
Tri - Optic Code, 5/2/1995
Two Channel XOR Code, 11/18/1994
Two Level, undated
Two of Five Computer, 8/6/1993
Two of Five Identification, 9/1/1982
Two of Five Industrial, undated
Two Stack Ten Binary, 7/10/1975

BOX 24

U.P.C - D, undated
U.P.C - E Composite, undated
U.P.C. - A, 9/1/1982
U.P.C. - E, undated
UCC / EAN 128, 10/22/1992
UCC / TCS, undated
UCC/EAN 128 Composite, undated
UCC/EAN Composite, undated
Ultra code, undated 9/5/1996
Universal Sport Code (see UPC), undated 5/5/1994
UPS code (see Maxicode), undated
Vericode, undated 11/5/1992
Virtual Patchworks, undated
Visual ID of Bar Code Symbols, undated
Voice, undated
Wafer Code, undated
Wagon Wheel (see Charecogn), undated
Weber, undated 10/1/1983
Wedge Code, undated
Western Code, undated
Wildhaber Code, undated
Woodland Code, undated
WPC (see EAN), undated
Young, undated 11/12/1935
Zayre, undated
Zellweger, undated 9/1/1982
Zip Code (see Postnet), undated
Zonecode, undated

Series 3: Lectures and Seminars, Sub-series 1: Presentation Notes
BOX 25

Additional Info, undated
After Sales Support, undated
AIM, undated
Blank, undated
Caution, undated
Caution II, undated
Check List, undated
Check List/Imprint Area, undated
DOT Matrix, undated
DOT Matrix-Where to Use, undated
FACT, undated
FACT Please, undated
Flexor/Inkjet, undated
How Much Information, undated
How Much Information/Product Requirement, undated
Ink Jet, undated
Label Stock, undated
Label Stock Storage, undated
Label Success, undated
Laminate-Label Success, undated
Lamination, undated
Lamination Caution, undated
Laser, undated
Laser-Where to Use, undated
Litho/F/Exo, undated
Make or buy, undated
Make or Buy-Outside Printing, undated
Other Way/Photo comp., undated
Other Ways to Print, undated
Paper Slides, undated
Photo Comp., undated
Printing -PMT, undated
Printing Systems, undated
Production Requirements, undated
Put Caution, undated
Put…Right, undated
Quality, undated
Quality Reminder, undated
Scanners, undated
Scanners-What they Like, undated
Slide Order Form, undated
Standards, undated
Thermal, undated
Thermal Transfer, undated
Thermal Transfer-Where to Use? , undated
Thermal-Where to Use? , undated
Total Outside Printing, undated
Unfriendly Lasers, undated
What Scanners Like
What's the Imprint Area, undated
Who What When, undated

Series 3: Lectures and Seminars, Sub-series 2: Presentations and Talks
BOX 26

AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar 10/13/1999
AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar 11/19/1998
AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar 11/13/1997
AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar 4/21/1999
AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar (see Photo/Slides series for photos), undated
AIT-PMO Bar Code Seminar List, undated
All Bar Codes Are Not Created Equal, undated
AMA Meeting Seminar, undated
Application Update Cost Effective Uses of B, undated
Avoiding Problems When Upgrading System 9/1/1986
Bar Code Basics - Short Course for Success, undated

BOX 27

Bar Code Basics (Technology and Application 1/6/1987
Bar Code Basics, part I, undated
Bar Code Basics, part II, undated
Bar Code Basics-Business to Business Seminar 3/10/1988
Bar Code Scanning and Symbol Selection-4, undated
Bar Codes in the Warehouse, undated
Bar Codes-A Placement Process Control, undated
Bar Coding in Maintenance Applications-At., undated
Bar Coding in Plant Maintenance Application, undated
Certificates of Appreciation - Ben Nelson, undated
Columns, undated
Commercial and Industrial Marking Application, undated
Component Tracking, undated
Container Identification for Automated Hand, 9/18/1979
Frontline Solutions, undated
How to Select a Printer, undated
ID Expo ‘88, undated
ID Expo ‘89, undated
ID Expo ‘90, undated
ID Expo ‘91, undated
ID Expo ‘92, undated
ID Expo ‘93, undated
ID Expo '94 5/16/1994
ID Expo '95, undated

BOX 28

ID Expo '97 (All bar code are not equal), F1, undated
ID Expo '97, F2, undated
ID Expo '98, undated
ID INFO, Atlanta, undated
ID INFO, Los Angeles, undated
ID INFO, Philadelphia, undated
ID INFO, San Jose, undated
ID Systems, undated
Industrial Bar Coding Seminar-Printing the, undated
Institute for International Research, Bar Code, undated

BOX 29

Institute for International Research, Bar Code, undated
Ion Deposition Printing in the Warehouse B., undated
Label Your Warehouse (overheads), F3, undated
Label Your Warehouse, F1, undated
Label Your Warehouse, F2, undated
Label Your Warehouse-Right 12/6/1996
Latest Developments in Bar Coding-What's…, undated
Lecture Appearances Booklets, F1, undated
Lecture Appearances Booklets, F2, undated
LOGMARS/MITLA - Program Management, undated
Minimizing Label Costs, undated
Miscellaneous articles, undated

BOX 30

Nelson Articles, F1, undated
Nelson Articles, F2, undated
NEPCON east '95, undated
NEPCON west '95, undated
Ohio University, undated
On site printing Technologies, undated
Overview-Methods Available to Produce Machine readable Codes-Scantech, undated
Power Course #1 - Winning Bar Code Strategy 5/15/1995
Print the Bar Code Symbol, undated
Printing Techniques for Bar Codes-Symbology, undated
Printing Technologies, undated
Printing the Bar Code Symbol 2/12/1990
Product Identification for Automatic Handling 4/27/1982
SCANTECH '82 - Proceedings, undated
SANTECH '86, undated

BOX 31

SCANTECH '98, undated
SCANTECH '99, undated
Symbology, undated
Symbology The Basics of Bar Codes, undated
Talks, undated
The Bar Codes: Labels, menus, travelers, undated
The Five Delights of Package Coding and M 5/6/1991
Thermal Transfer Printing of Short Run Multi
Training Employees to Use bar Code Equip., undated
University of Pittsburgh, undated
University of Pittsburgh, undated
University of Wisconsin, F1, undated

BOX 32

University of Wisconsin, F2, undated
Using Bar Codes in Warehousing and Distribution, F1, undated (2f)
Using Bar Codes in Warehousing and Distribution, F1, undated (2f)
Using Bar Codes in Warehousing and Distribution, F1, undated (2f)
Ways to Manage Inventories thru Accuracy/ undated
Why Not OCR-A? undated
Wiley PKG Encyclopedia, undated

Series 4: Artifacts
BOX 33

Item Name: Unknown. Ames Medical Record System Division. Description: Blue, hard, plastic terminal used in medical field to record blood information. Date: Unknown.

BOX 34

Item Name: Unknown. Ames Medical Record System Division. Description: Black, hard, plastic terminal used in medical field to record blood information. Date: Unknown.

Item Name: Unknown. Ames Medical Record System Division. Description: Stainless steel sides with plastic components, terminal used in medical field to record blood information. Date: Unknown.

BOX 35

Item Name: Print Wheel. Manufacturer: Unknown. Description: Steel cylinder with raised lettering used in the printing process to mark materials. Date: Unknown.

Item Name: Bar Code Verifier. Digitronics, a division of Comtec Information Systems. Description: Black, hard, plastic terminal used to verify bar codes run on 5 volts, and has extended light pen. Model: BCV100. Serial Number: V83-29-018. Date: 1983

Item Name: Bar Code Reader. Digitronics, a division of Comtec Information Systems. Description: Black, hard, plastic terminal used to verify bar codes run on .5+-12 volts and .3/04 amps, and has extended light pen. Model: BCR 232. Serial Number: R83-23-002. Date: 1983.

Item Name: Cherry (LED motherboard). Manufacturer: Unknown. Description: Triple layer, exposed motherboard with LED light display on outer edge. Date: Unknown.

BOX 36

Item Name: Unknown. Ames Medical Record System Division. Description: Stainless steel sides with yellow, plastic components, terminal used in medical field to record blood information. Dimensions: 15 x 6 x 6 inches. Date: Unknown.

BOX 37

Item Name: Piano Player Punched Role. Manufacturer: Unknown. Description: Example of a player piano, automated role that was used in automatic player pianos to play music. Date: Unknown.

BOX 38

Typical Labels (printed sheets containing standard labels), undated
TEMA Symbol Sample ID, undated
Managing Circle (3 items), undated
Bumpy Bar Codes Samples, undated
Express Sample Label Kit, undated
Markem Labels, 1974
TEC Sample UPS Labels, undated
DOD AIT Test in Eucom Msl, Version 2.1, April 28, 1999
Bar Code Test Labels Pack, undated
TEMA metal barboards Alpa Numeric Sample, undated
Pannier Sample Aluminum Tags, undated
Infosight Sample Tag, September 1999
Ben Nelson Door tag and business card, undated
Sample Slides, undated

BOX 39

Customark Fixed Asset Labeling Sample Kit, undated
Asset Adhesive Sample tag, undated

Oversized BOX 40

Duffy Cartoons, undated
NAPM Certificate of Appreciation May 1986
IMMS membership certificate, 1975
APICS membership certificate, undated
Mod-U-Line Cabinet MCLS 3-17-5 holes Machining (Blueprint set of 7 pages), undated

Series 5: Photographs/Slides
BOX 41

Markem Scanmark Drummer, undated
Starett Digital tape, undated
Label Maker, may 8, 1997
Markem V 1140, undated
Markem 172A, undated
Markem Tags and Equipment, undated
Automobile Tags, undated
Scannett, 1972
Bee Tags, undated
George Laurer, undated
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, undated
Harry Burke, undated
Assorted Labels, undated
Scantech 1989 (eggs and drills), 1989
Electromark, undated
Markem Montage, undated
SK 4200, undated
Scanmark Label, undated
6022 Bar Code Scanner, undated
6021 Label Scantemp, undated
6017 P/AD HP, undated

BOX 42

Slide Book Part 1
Slide Book Part 2

Series 6: Visual Media (AV)

BOX 43

Ultra Print, Lynnwood. Washington: Intermec Corporation, 1985. Total Running Time: 15:00.

Introduction to Bar Code Applications. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corporation, 1985. Total Running Time: 15:00.

The Wedge Connection. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corporation, 1985. Total Running Time: 15:00.

Bar Code Solutions. Lynnwood, Washington: Intermec Corporation, 1985. Total Running Time: 15:00.

Automated Technology at CACH DINO Unloader. Bonnet, Henri. United Postal Services. February 1997. Total Running Time: 11:26.Kartrak. Dytech, Inc., undated Total Running Time: 10:30.

Series 7: Electronic Media

BOX 43 continued.

Getting Started with Bar Codes; Duane Dunlap; UCCS pace constrained marking, RSS 14. IBM 1.4 MB floppy disc. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 4.3 MB. Original Copies, 1999-2000.

Getting Started with Bar Codes; Duane Dunlap; UCCS pace constrained marking, RSS 14. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 4.3 MB. Master Copy, 1999-2000.

Getting Started with Bar Codes; Duane Dunlap; UCCS pace constrained marking, RSS 14. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 4.3 MB. Access Copy, 1999-2000.

Scantech. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Original Copy, 1994-1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.

Scantech. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Master Copy, 1994-1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.

Scantech. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Access Copy, 1994-1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.

Air Force Presentation. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Original Copy, November 17, 1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.

Air Force Presentation. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Master Copy, November 17, 1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.

Air Force Presentation. CD-Rom Disk. CDF File System. Application Software: Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0. Size: 650 MB. Master Copy, November 17, 1999. Copied on: July 18, 2005.


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