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1958 -  Ronald Reagan, Voice of General Electric,
 Visits John F. Long in Phoenix Arizona.
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All Photos of John F. Long and Ronald Reagan John F. Long Properties 2004
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FRONTIERS OF PROGRESS

  General Electric Computer Division (click to  go to GE Computers)

RONALD REAGAN

Hello: I'm Ronald Reagan speaking for General Electric. At General Electric, you know, "PROGRESS IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCT". But, all progress must have a starting point. All great human enterprises begin at a frontier. The pioneering of hostile lands. ..the mushrooming of the Atomic Age with its mixed blessing of destruction and construction. ..the rolling back of space frontiers beyond the planets to the stars. ..and the beginning of the information-handling revolution. ALL these had -a common starting point --a frontier of PROGRESS.
 

MORE GE COMPUTER GOODIES IN THE  COMPUTER SECTION AT SMECC 
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[ Frontiers of Progress - 1961 Sales Meeting ] [ 1956 GE Computer Symposium ] [ GE - First National Bank - Explorer Scouts - 1960 ] [ G.E. 200 Series Computers ] [ Clifford Bragg - GE Field Service ] [ An Ecological Theory of the Creation of the Computer Industry - G. Snively ] [ George Snively's 1961 G.E. Frontiers of Progress Skit ] [ Letters from George Snively to Barney Oldfield ] [ Leasing Computers At GE - George Snively ] [ It Goes 'PING' - George Snively ] [ Out Into The World - George Snively ] [ Tall Tales From the Early Days of the G.E. Computer Department - George Snively ] [ Naughty Marietta - George Snively ] [ A Strange and Motley Crew - G.E. George Snively ] [ General Electric Parts Explosion Software Audit ] [ Paper Tape Reader PTR 61c ] [ Receivables Management - George Snively ] [ GE Employee Photos ] [ Good Loans! - George Snively ] [ General Electric Management Course - George Snively ]

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GENERAL ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES FOR FLIGHT PROPULSION PROGRESS' BOOKENDS From 1956

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1956 'GENERAL ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES FOR FLIGHT PROPULSION PROGRESS' BOOKENDS. HEAVY 6lb BRASS AND COPPER, PLATED(?). WHAT I SUPPOSE ARE EAGLE WINGS BEHIND 1/2 WORLD GLOBE. ROCKET PROTRUDING FROM THE GE RING. BACK SAYS "INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRY ... FEB. 9, 1956"
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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