Punch Card Tabulator Patent Art Wall Hanging | Computer Programmer Personalized Gift 11x14

TITLE: Art of Compiling Statistics INVENTOR: Herman Hollerith YEAR: 1889 PRINT#: H5781S Hollerith was an American statistician who developed a mechanical tabulator based on punched cards to rapidly tabulate statistics from millions of pieces of data. He was the founder of one of the companies that later merged and became IBM. Hollerith developed a mechanism using electrical connections to trigger a counter, recording information. A key idea was that data could be coded numerically. Reproduction of the original patent artwork and application submitted by Herman Hollerith to the US Patent & Trademark Office in 1889 Art is printed on premium paper for an aged and authentic look Framed art is double-matted and presented in a high-quality wood & glass frame Makes a great computer programmer gift! 11x14 Personalized    Overall frame size 13-1/4 x 16-1/4    Mat is 2 in wide around art    Double-matted: charcoal (top) and black (bottom)    Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware
Size: 11x14 Personalized
Package quantity: 1
Condition: New

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