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Home Page

  • Charpentier in header: Clark McCoy.
  • Table with circular rules: Jim Cerny
  • Table with mix of rules and docs: Jim Cerny
  • Reference Manual cover: Robert Koppany

History Page

  • William Oughtred: unknown.
  • Thacher: Jim Cerny
  • Golden Gate Bridge: Tim Tiebout
  • Apollo 11 LEM: NASA

Meetings Page

  • Bob Otnes: Jim Cerny.

Membership Page

  • Credits at bottom of that page.

Patents Page

  • Nystrom calculator: Patent 7961.


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