This digitized photograph was generated from the original poster-sized proof used in producing Honeywell Information Systems computer ads from 1964 through 1972.
The picture is signed by the photographer whose experiences included operating, programming and designing Honeywell Information Systems in the U.S. and Europe.
These were very popular ads in the day and one can see why, just looking at the photograph, it is very interesting and unique.
The photograph is mounted on a matte black wood frame, with glass cover and fiberboard backing. Ready to hang, we include the hook too.
The frame measures 10" by 13" and is matted to 8.5" by 11".
We have many proofs from the 1964-1972 era that we have digitized and are offering so...collect them all!
Each photograph comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity" affixed to the backing also signed by the photographer.
If we have original advertisement, the "ad-words" will be pictured above with a copy affixed to frame backing.
This digitized photo would look awesome in the office, corporate lobby or at home.
They make wonderful gifts for the techie, the IT Professional, or anyone wanting something rather rare representing an era when computers had their beginnings.
(Note: Watermark does not appear on actual photograph shipped.)