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A U.S. Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

Census Bureau employee uses a UNIVAC 1105 computer to tabulate data…

An enumerator visits a Forestville, MD, family during the 1960 Census. Learn more: http://www.census.gov/…/through_the_deca…/overview/1960.html

An enumerator visits a Forestville, MD, family during the 1960 Census. Learn more: http://www.census.gov/…/through_the_deca…/overview/1960.html

#CensusHistory A U.S. Census Bureau clerk uses a pantograph (ca. 1908) to translate data on a census schedule to a punch card.  The punch cards were “read” by the electronic tabulators developed by Herman Hollerith for the 1890 Census. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

#CensusHistory A U.S. Census Bureau clerk uses a pantograph (ca. 1908) to translate data on a census schedule to a punch card. The punch cards were “read” by the electronic tabulators developed by Herman Hollerith for the 1890 Census. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

U.S. Census Bureau employees tabulate data using  one of the agency’s UNIVAC computers, ca. 1960. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

U.S. Census Bureau employees tabulate data using one of the agency’s UNIVAC computers, ca. 1960. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

Historic Jeffersonville, IN Census Bureau

Fire drill at the Census Bureau’s National Processing Center in Jeffersonville, IN, ca. Learn more about Census history at: www.

U.S. Census Bureau clerks cut and fold questionnaires in preparation for the Unemployment Census conducted in November 1937. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

U.S. Census Bureau clerks cut and fold questionnaires in preparation for the Unemployment Census conducted in November 1937. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

Transferring data from the 1940 census questionnaire to punch cards for tabulation. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

Transferring data from the 1940 census questionnaire to punch cards for tabulation. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

A Census Bureau employee uses a Ferranti Tape Reader in the 1960s to communicate with one of our #UNIVAC 1105 computers. Learn more here: http://www.census.gov/history/www/innovations/technology/univac_i.html

A Census Bureau employee uses a Ferranti Tape Reader in the 1960s to communicate with one of our #UNIVAC 1105 computers. Learn more here: http://www.census.gov/history/www/innovations/technology/univac_i.html

Census Bureau clerks transfer data contained on the 1940 Census questionnaire to punch cards for tabulation. #CensusHistory Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

“Card Punch Operators working on population cards. A total of punchers were employed and punch machines of all types were used in the 1940 Census”

James Lind carried out the first ever clinical trial in 1747, in an effort to find a treatment for scurvy.

On October Scottish physician James Lind was born. He was a pioneer of naval hygiene in the Royal Navy. By conducting the first ever clinical trial, he developed the theory that citrus fruits cured scurvy.

How Frank Wilcoxon helped statisticians walk the non-parametric path | StatsLife

How Frank Wilcoxon helped statisticians walk the non-parametric path

Surname History - Casady, Irish

View the Spangenberg history. Discover the Spangenberg family history for the German Origin. What is the origin of the name Spangenberg?

Grant, Melissa, Almeda. Vic in Mesa 1983

Vic in Mesa 1983

Census Bureau cartographers draw a county map in the 1930s. Learn more at http://www.census.gov/history/

Census Bureau employees work on maps pre-TIGER

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