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Control Data Corporation Records. William C. Norris Executive Papers, 1946-1995. Finding Aid.

Summary Information
Title: Control Data Corporation Records. William C. Norris executive papers
Dates: 1946-1995
Creator: Norris, William C., 1911-
Extent: 35 boxes (29.5 cubic feet)
Language: English
Collection Number: CBI 80, Series 9
Abstract:
This series documents William C. Norris’ tenure as President and CEO of Control Data Corporation (1957-1986). Materials include correspondence, dayfiles, interviews, newsclippings, subject files, talks and writings, and scrapbooks.

Repository: University of Minnesota Libraries. Charles Babbage Institute.

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by Ceridian Corporation in 1991 and by William C. Norris in 2001-2002.

Access Restrictions:

Access to the collection is unrestricted.

Copyright:

The Charles Babbage Institute holds the copyright to all materials in the collection, except for items covered by a prior copyright (such as published materials). Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).

Preferred Citation:

Control Data Corporation Records, William C. Norris Executive Papers (CBI 80), Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.


Arrangement

The materials in this collection are arranged into the following groups:

  • Correspondence
  • Dayfiles
  • News Clippings, Magazine Articles and Reprints
  • Subject Files
  • Speeches, Interviews and Writings
  • Scrapbooks

The Subject Files materials are further subdivided into the following groups:

  • Alphabetical
  • Folder Number
  • CBE, PLATO & Technology Education
  • East-West Trade, Soviet Union
  • Jamaica

Historical Note

In June 1957, William C. Norris left his position as vice president and general manager at Sperry Rand-Univac and joined others to form the Control Data Corporation (CDC). Norris served as president of the company from June 1957 until he retired in 1986. Norris retained a position on the Board of Directors of CDC until 1991.

During his time as president of CDC, Norris became interested in a variety of causes and business ventures, such as corporate social responsibility, computer-based education and PLATO, economic development and job creation, and U.S. trade and technology transfer with the Soviet Union and Japan.


Collection Scope and Content Note

This series documents William C. Norris’ tenure as President and CEO of Control Data Corporation (1957-1986). More information about Norris' work at the company, as well as information about his post-retirement activities and writings, can be found in the files of Albert Eisele in the Executive Papers (Series 8) of the Control Data Corporation Records. Eisele served as an assistant and consultant to Norris. Norris' work at CDC and his professional activities were closely related; researchers should use the William C. Norris Executive Papers in conjunction with the William C. Norris Papers (CBI 164).

The materials are divided into the following groups: correspondence, dayfiles, interviews, newsclippings, subject files, talks and writings, and scrapbooks. The subject files make up the bulk of the collection and contain a variety of materials, including correspondence, speeches, writings, notes, and clippings. Norris' subject files were created as a set of alphabetical files, a set of files organized by folder number, and a separate set of files for each of the following subjects: CBE, PLATO and Technology Education; East-West Trade, Soviet Union; and Jamaica. These sets of files include overlapping coverage for many subjects. For example, materials on Jamaica will be found in the folder number subject files under Jamaica as well as in the separate set of subject files on Jamaica.

Related Material

This is one series of the Control Data Corporation Records (CBI 80). Please see the other series finding aids for further information regarding the Control Data Corporation.

Researchers should also consult the William C. Norris Papers (CBI 164) in conjunction with the William C. Norris Executive Papers.

Subject Terms
Index Terms
  • This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
  • Norris, William C., 1911-
  • Chief executive officers -- United States -- Biography.
  • Computer-assisted instruction.
  • Computer managed instruction.
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- United States -- Prevention.
  • Control Data Corporation.
  • East-West trade.
  • PLATO (Electronic computer system).
  • Technology transfer.
  • United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Japan.
  • United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Soviet Union.
Box and Folder List
 Location  Title
 
Correspondence (Alphabetical)  
Note  Correspondence files organized alphabetically by the last name of the correspondent or the name of a company or organization. Letters A-D, K-Z (with exception of Mc) are missing. Other Norris correspondence can be found in Norris’ dayfiles and scattered throughout his subject files.
Box 27
E-J, Mc, 1977-1982 Box 27
 
Dayfiles, 1957-1990 
Box 28
undated, August 1957-February 1964 Box 28
Box 29
March 1964-December 1971 Box 29, Folder 1-21
Box 30
January 1972-June 1977  Box 30, Folder 1-13
 
May 1978-May 1990 Box 30, Folder 18
 
6800 and 7600 Systems, 1966-1967 Box 30, Folder 14
 
"Berkeley/Livemore-6800," 1966 Box 30, Folder 15
 
Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, 1966-1967.  Box 30, Folder 16
 
Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL), 1966-1967.  Box 30, Folder 17
Box 29
"Replies to Employee Suggestions," 1971 Box 29, Folder 22
 
News Clippings, Magazine Articles and Reprints, 1959-1995.  
Box 32
undated.  Box 32, Folder 1
 
1959-1967.  Box 32, Folder 10
 
1968-1972.  Box 32, Folder 11
 
1973-1979.  Box 32, Folder 2
Box 21
1980-1981.  Box 21, Folder 3
Box 32
1982.  Box 32, Folder 4
 
1983.  Box 32, Folder 5
 
1984.  Box 32, Folder 6
 
1985.  Box 32, Folder 7
 
1986-1989.  Box 32, Folder 8
 
1990-1991, 1995.  Box 32, Folder 9
 
Subject Files  
Note  The subject files reflect Norris' duties as President of CDC, as well as his interest in and concern for various CDC-related projects and topics, such as computer-based education and PLATO, hostile takeovers, foreign trade and technology transfer (Soviet Union and Japan), and corporate social responsibility. The subject files also reflect his involvement in and, in many cases, founding of various local, regional, and national organizations such as Minnesota Business Partnership (MBP), Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC), Minnesota Family Farm Institute (MFFI), Midwest Technology Development Institute (MTDI), and Minnesota Wellspring.
 
Subject Files: Sorted Alphabetically, 1946-1992.  
Box 1
Agriculture, 1977-1979, 1985.  Box 1, Folder 1-2
 
Agriculture and PLATO, Meetings with Mormon Church Officials, 1979-1984.  Box 1, Folder 3
 
Alpha Enterprises, 1984-1985.  Box 1, Folder 4-5
 
American Academy of Achievement, Golden Plate Award Nomination, 1978.  Box 1, Folder 6
 
American Enterprise for Public Policy Research, 1981.  Box 12, Folder 1
 
American Farmland Trust, 1985-1985.  Box 12, Folder 2
Box 1
Amusement and Recreation Industry (Wagering/Betting), 1971.  Box 1, Folder 7
 
A.T. International (ATI), 1984.  Box 1, Folder 8
 
Awards, 1978-1986.  Box 1, Folder 9
 
Baltimore Initiative, 1980.  Box 1, Folder 10
Box 34
Biography.  Box 34, Folder 2
 
Book Projects  
Box 1
"Addressing Major Needs of Society," 1978-1983.  Box 1, Folder 12
 
"Private Sector Initiatives," 1981.  Box 1, Folder 11
 
"Technology for a Troubled World," 1980.  Box 1, Folder 13
 
Brokerage Industry, 1971.  Box 1, Folder 14
 
Business and Technology Centers, 1981-1982.  Box 1, Folder 15
Note (see also City Venture)
 
Business Development, Committee on Future, 1985.  Box 1, Folder 16
 
"Buy CDC" License Plate, 1968.  Box 1, Folder 17
 
Board of Directors Meetings, City Venture, 1978-1984.  Box 1, Folder 18
 
Caribbean, 1981-1983.  Box 1, Folder 19
 
Carter, Jimmy and Rosalyn, 1977-1978, 1980, 1985.  Box 1, Folder 20
Note includes photograph
Box 12
Chrysler Corporation, 1983-1988.  Box 12, Folder 3
Box 1
City Venture, 1978-1986.  Box 1, Folder 21-23
Note (see also Business and Technology Centers)
 
Code of Ethics, 1975-1976.  Box 1, Folder 24
 
Commission on the Economic Future of Minnesota, 1985-1986.  Box 1, Folder 25
 
Committee on Central America, Meeting, 1983.  Box 1, Folder 26
 
Compagnie Internationale Pour L'Informatique (CII), 1971-1973.  Box 1, Folder 27
Box 34
Competitiveness, 1986-1992.  Box 34, Folder 3
Box 12
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Division, undated.  Box 12, Folder 4
Box 1
Conflict of Interest, 1973-1975.  Box 1, Folder 28
 
Control Data Caribbean Basin, Inc., 1984-1986.  Box 1, Folder 29
 
Control Data France, Clippings, 1976.  Box 1, Folder 30
 
"CDC-Low Points", 1984-1987.  Box 1, Folder 31
 
"CDC-Low Points", 1984-1987.  Box 2, Folder 1
 
Control Data, Organization Philosophy, 1967.  Box 2, Folder 2
 
Control Data, Organization Changes, 1970, 1974.  Box 2, Folder 3
 
Control Data's 25th Anniversary, 1982.  Box 2, Folder 4
 
CDC vs. IBM, Lawsuit Story, 1968-1978.  Box 2, Folder 5
 
CDC vs. IBM, Clippings/Press Releases.  Box 2, Folder 6
 
Corporate Ethics, 1976.  Box 2, Folder 7
 
Corporation Visiting Committee for Sponsored Research, MIT, 1974-1982.  Box 2, Folder 8
 
Correspondence  
Box 2
1963-1986.  Box 2, Folder 9-12
Box 30
1963-1986.  Box 30, Folder 19-20
Box 2
Norbert R. Berg, 1966-1986.  Box 2, Folder 13
Box 12
R.C. Chinn, 1981-1985.  Box 12, Folder 5
Box 2
Seymour Cray, 1967-1973.  Box 2, Folder 14
 
Al Eisele, 1983-1988.  Box 2, Folder 15
 
Frank Mullaney, 1961, 1966.  Box 2, Folder 16
Box 34
Lawrence Perlman, 1991.  Box 34, Folder 4
Box 2
Stockholders, 1966-1974.  Box 2, Folder 17
 
James C. Worthy, 1974-1985.  Box 2, Folder 18
 
Costa Rica, 1984.  Box 2, Folder 19
Box 12
Cyberdata, Insurance Service, 1974.  Box 12, Folder 6
Box 2
"Data Services Book," 1964, 197301976.  Box 2, Folder 20
 
Mark Dayton, Meetings, 1984-1985.  Box 2, Folder 21
 
Dean Witter, 1966-1971.  Box 2, Folder 22
 
Economic Development and Job Creation Task Force, 1982.  Box 2, Folder 23
 
Education, Dropouts, 1982-1984.  Box 2, Folder 24
 
Education/Job Creation, Northern Minnesota, 1982.  Box 2, Folder 25
Box 12
Effects of Mergers on Companies, Employees, and Communities, Meetings, Business International Corporation, 1979.  Box 12, Folder 7
Box 2
Electronic Counting Card Corp (EAC), circa 1969.  Box 2, Folder 26
 
Engineering Center Network, 1983-1986.  Box 2, Folder 27
 
Enterprise Zone Legislation, 1981-1986.  Box 2, Folder 28-29
 
European Trips  
Box 2
1969.  Box 2, Folder 30
 
June 1972.  Box 2, Folder 31
 
February 22-March 17, 1977.  Box 2, Folder 32
Note (including Tel Aviv)
 
1980.  Box 2, Folder 33
 
1981, 1985.  Box 2, Folder 34
 
1983.  Box 2, Folder 35
 
1984, 1988.  Box 2, Folder 36
Note (London, Dublin)
 
Fair Break, 1979-1983.  Box 2, Folder 37
 
Fastgrow (Geniponics), 1982-1984.  Box 2, Folder 38
Box 34
Financial.  Box 34, Folder 5
Box 12
France, CII, 1972.  Box 12, Folder 8
Box 3
Gellman Research Associates, Inc., 1981-1986.  Box 3, Folder 1
 
Governor's Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives, 1983.  Box 3, Folder 2
 
Grenada, Job Creation, 1983-1984.  Box 3, Folder 3
 
High Technology, 1982, 1985.  Box 3, Folder 4
 
High Technology Morrill Act, Meeting with Senator Tsongas, 1983.  Box 3, Folder 5
 
Honeywell, 1971-1973.  Box 3, Folder 6
 
Hostile Takeovers  
Box 3
1974-1986.  Box 3, Folder 7-17
 
Stakeholders in America, circa 1978.  Box 3, Folder 18
 
Testimony, March-May 1985.  Box 3, Folder 19-20
 
Hostile/Unwanted Takeovers (includes articles and speeches), 1970-1987.  Box 3, Folder 21
 
Industrial Policy, 1983-1985.  Box 3, Folder 22
 
Information and Technology Transfer Policy, 1976-1977.  Box 3, Folder 23
Box 12
Institute for Technological Cooperation (IFTC), Testimony, 1978-1980.  Box 12, Folder 9
Box 3
International Data S.A., 1970-1971, 1985.  Box 3, Folder 24
 
International Operations, 1963-1965.  Box 3, Folder 25
 
International Business Machines (IBM), 1964-1967, 1973-1976.  Box 3, Folder 26-27
 
IBM Lawsuit, Congratulations Correspondence, 1973.  Box 3, Folder 28
Box 12
International Computers (Holdings) Limited (ICL), 1968-1972, 1981.  Box 12, Folder 10
 
ICL Annual Reports, 1965, 1970.  Box 12, Folder 11
 
Israel, 1972, 1984.  Box 12, Folder 12
Box 4
Jacobs Wind Electric Company, 1980, 1982.  Box 4, Folder 1
 
Japan  
Box 4
1971-1986.  Box 4, Folder 2-6
 
Technology Transfer, 1983.  Box 4, Folder 7
 
Trip, November 1986.  Box 4, Folder 8
 
N.A.S.-U.S.-Japan 1983-1986.  
Box 4
Discussions on High Technology and the International Environment, 1985-1986.  Box 4, Folder 9, 11-12
 
Discussions on High Technology and Trade Issues, 1983-1985.  Box 4, Folder 10
Box 34
Background papers, July 1985.  Box 34, Folder 1
 
Job Creation  
Box 4
Job Creation, 1977-1986.  Box 4, Folder 13
 
Gellman Research Associates, Inc. Reports, 1981-1982.  Box 4, Folder 14
 
Humphrey-Hawkins Bill, 1977-1982.  Box 4, Folder 15
 
The Minnesota Cooperation Office (MCO), 1981.  Box 4, Folder 16
 
Network, 1985-1986.  Box 4, Folder 17
 
Northeast Minnesota, 1981-1983.  Box 4, Folder 18
 
Technology, 1977.  Box 4, Folder 19
 
Value of a Job, 1981-1982.  Box 4, Folder 20
 
Jobs Tax Credit, 1980, 1983.  Box 4, Folder 21
 
Joint Venture Strategy Committee, 1975.  Box 4, Folder 22
 
Meeting with Congressman Jack Kemp, January 7, 1982.  Box 4, Folder 23
 
Legislation, Small Towns, 1980.  Box 4, Folder 24
 
Lift Insurance, 1968-1970, 1981.  Box 4, Folder 25
 
LOGIN, 1984.  Box 4, Folder 26
 
Management and Organization Performance Review, 1975-1979.  Box 4, Folder 27
 
Medical Field, Business Opportunities, 1973-1975.  Box 4, Folder 28
 
Medical Service Systems, 1984-1985.  Box 4, Folder 29
 
Meeting with Ohio Governor, 1983.  Box 4, Folder 30
 
Mergers and Acquisitions, Hostile Takeovers, 1978-1979.  Box 4, Folder 31
Box 12
Microelectronics, MIT Visit, 1981.  Box 12, Folder 13
 
Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC)  
Box 5
1981-1983.  Box 5, Folder 28-29
 
1983-1986.  Box 5, Folder 1-2
 
Bylaws, December 7, 1982.  Box 5, Folder 3
 
Clippings.  Box 5, Folder 4
 
Cooperative R&D Legislation, 1981-1983.  Box 5, Folder 5
 
Government Relations Task Team, 1982.  Box 5, Folder 6
 
Government Committee/Board Meetings, 1983, 1985-1986.  Box 5, Folder 7
 
Bobby Inman, 1985-1986.  Box 5, Folder 8
 
Interviews, 1984-1986.  Box 5, Folder 9
 
Microelectronics and Computer Technology Enterprises (MCE), 1981-1982.  Box 5, Folder 12
 
Microelectronics and Computer Technology Enterprises (MCE) Meeting, February 17, 1982.  Box 5, Folder 13-14
 
Microelectronics Cooperation, Meeting Minutes, 1980.  Box 5, Folder 15
 
Microelectronics Enterprises, Inc.(MCE), 1981.  Box 5, Folder 10, 17
 
Microelectronics Steering Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1981.  Box 5, Folder 16
 
Midwest Technology Development Institute (MTDI)  
Note The Midwest Technology Development Institute (MTDI) was a coalition of ten Midwestern states created to expand technological cooperation among Midwest universities and industry in order to increase the availability of technology to industry, especially small businesses. MTDI was also created to achieve an equitable transfer of technology between the Midwest and foreign countries to create jobs and improve the economic welfare of the citizens. Norris’ MTDI files contain Regional Technology and Trade Steering Committee Meeting minutes and documents, as well as materials from several annual Midwestern Governor’s conferences.
Box 5
Articles of Incorporation, December 27, 1984.  Box 5, Folder 18
 
1983-1987.  Box 5, Folder 11, 19-27
Box 6
1983-1986.  Box 6, Folder 1-2
Box 12
Midwestern Governor's Conference, Task Force on Technology and Trade, 1984.  Box 12, Folder 14
 
Minnesota Business Partnership (MBP), Help Start-A-Company Program  
Box 6
(SACO/STAR*CO), 1983.  Box 6, Folder 3
 
(STAR*CO), 1984-1986.  Box 6, Folder 4-5
 
Minnesota Family Farm Institute (MFFI), 1985-1986.  Box 6, Folder 6
Note The Minnesota Family Farm Institute (MFFI) was established in 1985 as an expansion of the Minnesota Wellspring Family Farms Task Force in order to address the need for research and technology for family farms, and to design, develop, and prove out viable family farm operations in lieu of the U.S. farm crisis.
 
Minnesota Family Farm Technology Development Consortium, October 15, 1985.  Box 6, Folder 7
 
Minnesota Wellspring  
Note Minnesota Wellspring was a public/private partnership founded in 1981 to foster new business and job creation by expanding the development and application of technology and improving education. It enlisted the involvement of state government agencies, business corporations, organized labor and agriculture, and universities. Minnesota Wellspring was to consist of six task forces, each representing an important sector of Minnesota’s economy and consisting of approximately 15 members drawn from major societal sectors. Norris served as the Chairman of the Task Force on Technology and the Expansion of Employment, which is reflected in the large number of meeting minutes and materials, as well as correspondence, notes, and clippings/articles.
Box 6
1982-1986.  Box 6, Folder 8-16
 
Churches, 1984-1985.  Box 6, Folder 17
 
Education, 1984, 1986.  Box 6, Folder 18
 
Family Farm Institute, 1985-1986.  Box 6, Folder 19
Box 7
Family Farm Institute, 1985-1986.  Box 7, Folder 1
 
Family Farm Institute and the Family Farm Technology Consortium (MTDI), 1985.  Box 7, Folder 2
Note Established by MTDI under the recommendation of the Minnesota Wellspring Family Farms Task Force to involve various states, universities, businesses, farm cooperatives, and other interested organizations in order to foster regional cooperation in technology development and policy formulation, and to secure regional funding.
 
Job Creation, 1984.  Box 7, Folder 3
 
Multinational Cooperation, 1970.  Box 7, Folder 4
 
Multinational Cooperation, Clippings/ICL, 1970-1981.  Box 7, Folder 5
 
Multinational Data, Board Meeting, Brussels, 1972.  Box 7, Folder 6
 
Nader Book Project, 1978, 1983-1984.  Box 7, Folder 7
 
National Alliance of Business (NAB), 1978-1979.  Box 7, Folder 8
 
National Cash Register Company, Joint Venture, 1965, 1970-1971, 1976.  Box 7, Folder 9
 
National Commission of Industrial Innovations, 1983.  Box 7, Folder 10
 
National Science Foundation (NSF), Incentives Program, 1973.  Box 7, Folder 11
 
New Frontiers for Business Leadership , Reviews and Letters, 1984.  Box 7, Folder 12
 
Nixdorf, 1972.  Box 7, Folder 13
 
Nixdorf Computer AG, 1970-1973.  Box 7, Folder 14
 
"Proposal to W.C. Norris," April 1957.  Box 7, Folder 15
 
Northside Child Development Center, 1976, 1978.  Box 7, Folder 16
 
Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), 1982-1984.  Box 7, Folder 17-18
Box 12
Olivetti, 1971.  Box 12, Folder 15
Box 7
Meetings with Lionel Olmer, 1982, 1984-1985.  Box 7, Folder 19
 
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 1985.  Box 7, Folder 20
 
Origin of the Corporation Name, "Control Data, " 1983.  Box 7, Folder 21
Box 34
Pamphlets.  Box 34, Folder 6
Box 7
Governor Perpich (Minnesota) Meetings, 1984-1985.  Box 7, Folder 22-23
 
Philips, 1970-1972.  Box 7, Folder 24
 
Planning, Control Data Strategy, 1976.  Box 7, Folder 25
 
Plant Closing Legislation, 1979-1980.  Box 7, Folder 26
 
President's Newsletter, 1968-1972.  Box 7, Folder 27
 
President's Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives  
Box 7
1977, 1981-1983.  Box 7, Folder 28-32
 
Meeting, February 24-25, 1982.  Box 7, Folder 33
 
Meetings with Clyde Prestowitz, 1983-1985.  Box 7, Folder 34
 
Prison Reform, 1981-1984.  Box 7, Folder 35
 
Quest for Technology, 1978-1982.  Box 7, Folder 36
Box 8
Reagan, Ronald, 1981, 1984.  Box 8, Folder 1
 
Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC), 1980-1981.  Box 8, Folder 2
 
Retirement Announcement, Press Conference, January 10, 1986.  Box 8, Folder 3
 
Retirement form CDC, 1986.  Box 8, Folder 4
 
Retirement, Press Coverage, January 1986.  Box 8, Folder 5
 
Rural Development, 1978-1980.  Box 8, Folder 7
 
Rural Development Policy Papers, 1983-1985.  Box 8, Folder 8
 
Rural Schools, 1978.  Box 8, Folder 9
 
Rural Ventures, Inc.  
Box 8
1977-1983.  Box 8, Folder 10-11
 
Board of Directors Meeting, June 23, 1986.  Box 8, Folder 12
 
Brochures, 1981-1983.  Box 8, Folder 13
 
Grenada, 1984.  Box 8, Folder 14
 
"Scrapbook," 1957, 1961, 1972-1977, 1981-1984.  Box 8, Folder 15
 
Security Analyst Book, 1973, 1979-1984.  Box 8, Folder 16
 
Siemens, 1972.  Box 8, Folder 17
 
SIRRON, October-November, 1969.  Box 8, Folder 18
 
Small Business  
Box 8
1976-1983.  Box 8, Folder 19-20
 
Development Centers, 1984.  Box 8, Folder 21
 
Foreign, 1984-1985.  Box 8, Folder 22
 
Small Farms, 1977-1986.  Box 8, Folder 23
 
G.G. Smith, 1976.  Box 8, Folder 24
 
Social Responsibility  
Box 8
1965-1983.  Box 8, Folder 25-27
 
Background for Book, 1977-1983.  Box 8, Folder 28
 
Software Pricing, 1973.  Box 8, Folder 29
 
South Africa  
Box 8
1973-1985.  Box 8, Folder 30-31
Box 9
1973-1985.  Box 9, Folder 1-3
Box 8
PLATO  Box 8, Folder 32
Box 9
Reverend Sullivan.  Box 9, Folder 32
 
Sperry Rand vs. CDC  
Box 33
Correspondence, ERA/RR/SR, 1946, 1952, 1955-1957.  Box 33, Folder 1
 
Employment Records and Correspondence, 1948, 1953, 1956-1960.  Box 33, Folder 6
 
Memos to Richard Lareau (Counsel to CDC), 1961.  Box 33, Folder 7
 
"Sperry Rand Lawsuit-Files #1", March 1957-1962.  Box 33, Folder 2-4
 
"Sperry Rand Lawsuit Working File," 1956-1961.  Box 33, Folder 5
Box 9
Standard Computer Komponent GmbH (STACK), 1973.  Box 9, Folder 4
 
Statements and Testimonies, 1981-1982.  Box 9, Folder 5
Box 34
"A Summary Report on the Activities and Recommendations of the Bank Relations Committee," December 1, 1973.  Box 34, Folder 7
Box 9
Supercomputers/Cray, 1983, 1985.  Box 9, Folder 6
 
Technological Cooperation, 1980-1981, 1983.  Box 9, Folder 7
 
Technology, defined, 1977.  Box 9, Folder 8
 
Technology Gap, 1976.  Box 9, Folder 9
 
Technology, International Initiatives, 1982.  Box 9, Folder 10
 
Technology Transfer  
Box 9
1977-1986.  Box 9, Folder 11-12
Box 34
"Profiting from Technology Transfer," Gellman Research Associates, 1980.  Box 34, Folder 8
Box 9
Speeches, 1974-1979.  Box 9, Folder 13
 
University of Minnesota, 1977-1980.  Box 9, Folder 14
 
CTAB, Presentations, 1978-1979.  Box 9, Folder 15
 
TECHNOTEC/WORLDTECH  
Note Technotec/Worldtec was a technology exchange service of CDC. Its purpose was to create an environment in which the transfer, exchange, and sharing of technology around the world would increase in quantity and speed. TECHNOTEC provided the communication facility as a standard application available on CDC interactive networks and WORLDTECH provided related professional, financial, economical, educational, promotional, and other supporting services, as required to initiate and develop the worldwide use of TECHNOTEC communication services.
Box 9
1975.  Box 9, Folder 16
 
1976.  Box 9, Folder 17
 
1976-1978.  Box 9, Folder 18
 
1978-1979.  Box 9, Folder 19
 
Telex, 1957.  Box 34, Folder 9
Box 9
Ticketron, 1969.  Box 9, Folder 20
 
Tribus, Myron, 1981.  Box 9, Folder 21
 
U.S. vs. IBM, relief, 1972-1973.  Box 9, Folder 22
 
Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS), 1972, 1975.  Box 9, Folder 23
 
Union Bank of Switzerland, Project Audit, 1974.  Box 9, Folder 24
 
United Kingdom Trip, 1980.  Box 9, Folder 25
 
Value of a Job, Task Force, 1980.  Box 9, Folder 26
Box 12
Washington D.C., Meetings, 1978. 1980.  Box 12, Folder 16
Box 9
The White House Conference on Small Business (January 13-17, 1980), 1979-1980.  Box 9, Folder 27
 
WORLDTECH, 1977-1983.  Box 9, Folder 28-29
 
WORLDTECH, Gellman Research Associates, Inc. Reports and Correspondence, 1981-1986.  Box 9, Folder 30
 
Youth Unemployment, Technology, 1977-1980.  Box 9, Folder 31
 
Subject Files (arranged by folder number), 1957-1983 
Box 18, F13
Bendix Computer Division (M. Rogers has other file), February 1963-March 1964.  Box 18, F13
Box 18, F14
Bendix Corporation, April 1963-December 1968.  Box 18, F14
Box 18, F16
Board of Directors, Correspondence, 1957, 1970.  Box 18, F16
Box 18, F33
Cedar Engineering Division, March 1958-September 1964.  Box 18, F33
Box 18, F41-F43
City Venture (formerly New City Corporation), February -November.  Box 18, F41-F43
Box 18, F75
Data Services Strategy, January 1974-February 1977.  Box 18, F75
Box 18, F100-F101
European Trip, 1962 and 1969.  Box 18, F100-F101
Box 18, F101
European Trip, June 1972.  Box 18, F101
Box 18, F107
Foreign, General Countries: Argentina-Russia, October 1971-January 1979.  Box 18, F107
Box 18, F108
Foreign, General Countries: South Africa-Yugoslavia, January 1964-January 1979.  Box 18, F108
Box 18, F109-F110
Foreign Operations I, August 1962-January 1964.  Box 18, F109-F110
Box 18, F111
Foreign Operations II, November 1962-July 1965.  Box 18, F111
Box 18, F112
Foreign Operations II, September 1965-July 1972.  Box 18, F112
Box 18, F113
Foundation for International Technological Cooperation, September 1978.  Box 18, F113
 
Foreign  
Box 18, F114
Canada, December 1961-July 1974.  Box 18, F114
Box 18, F115
Denmark, November 1962-June 1970.  Box 18, F115
Box 18, F116
England, February 1961-February 1976.  Box 18, F116
Box 18, F117
France, February-April 1977.  Box 18, F117
Box 18, F118
France, SIA (Society d'Informatique Applique), October 1962-October 1969.  Box 18, F118
Box 18, F119
Germany, February 1963-March 1977.  Box 18, F119
Box 18, F120
Italy, January 1962-April 1975.  Box 18, F120
Box 18, F121
Netherlands, May-December 1972.  Box 18, F121
Box 18, F122
Forrest, H.S., September 1957-May 1973.  Box 18, F122
Box 18, F128
Government, January 1964-November 1967.  Box 18, F128
Box 18, F143
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Inc., September 1974-September 1978.  Box 18, F143
Box 18, F152
Jennison, Richard E., July 1961-May 1969.  Box 18, F152
Box 18, F154
Joint Ventures and Other Types of Cooperative Opportunities Committee, September 1975-January 1976.  Box 18, F154
Box 18, F160
Lepkowski, Wil ( Chemical and Engineering News Senior Editor), October 1978-February 1979.  Box 18, F160
 
Letters answered for WCN by others  
Box 18, F161
January-May 1972.  Box 18, F161
Box 18, F162
June-December 1972.  Box 18, F162
Box 18, F163
January-November 1973.  Box 18, F163
Box 19, F164
December 1973.  Box 19, F164
 
Market Area Plans  
Box 19, F171
Airlines, December 1969-June 1970.  Box 19, F171
Box 19, F172
Amusement/Recreation, March 1970-September 1971.  Box 19, F172
Box 19, F173
Data Services, December 1969-September 1970.  Box 19, F173
Box 19, F174
Education, March 1970-April 1972.  Box 19, F174
Box 19, F175
Federal Government, April 1970.  Box 19, F175
Box 19, F176
Financial Services, January 1970-September 1971.  Box 19, F176
Box 19, F177
General, October 1969-March 1970.  Box 19, F177
Box 19, F178
Hospital/Medical, March-September 1970.  Box 19, F178
Box 19, F182
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, General File, October 1975-December 1979.  Box 19, F182
Box 19, F223
National Cash Register Company, May 1960-August 1976.  Box 19, F223
Box 19, F229
Newsletter, February 1967-December 1971.  Box 19, F229
Box 19, F241
Peabody College for Teachers (George), May 1977-July 1978.  Box 19, F241
Box 19, F243
Philips, October 1961-April 1962.  Box 19, F243
Box 19, F244
Philips, May 1962-July 1968.  Box 19, F244
 
PLATO  
Box 19, F253
CBE Major Project, July-October 1976.  Box 19, F253
Box 19, F254
CBE, Northern State Power Company, April-July 1976.  Box 19, F254
Box 19, F260
Task Force, September 1977.  Box 19, F260
Box 19, F261
Texas, Region 4 Houston, October 1976.  Box 19, F261
Box 19, F262
University of Wisconsin, March-May 1977.  Box 19, F262
Box 19, F265
Publicity, CDC, April 1958-November 1964.  Box 19, F265
Box 9, F266
Publicity, CDC, August 1965-April 1970.  Box 9, F266
Box 19, F269
R, General: Rabinow/Rennacker.  Box 19, F269
Box 19, F276
Research Institute, May 1960-July 28, 1964.  Box 19, F276
Box 19, F280
S, General: Saar/SCM.  Box 19, F280
Box 19, F281
S, General: Scope/Security Analysts.  Box 19, F281
 
Service Bureau Corporation  
Box 19, F288
1973.  Box 19, F288
Box 19, F289
1974.  Box 19, F289
Box 19, F290
1975-1978.  Box 19, F290
Box 19, F291
Shark Club Letters and Responses, 1975-1978.  Box 19, F291
Box 19, F292
1604/1604-A, June 1962-August 1963.  Box 19, F292
Box 19, F293
Sluis, Joost, M.D., July 1978-November 1984.  Box 19, F293
Box 19, F294
Small Business Coordinating Committee, October 1976.  Box 19, F294
Box 19, F295
Small Computers, March 1975.  Box 19, F295
Box 19, F296
Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI), July 1977-May 1978.  Box 19, F296
Box 19, F297
Soleri, Paolo, Cosanti Foundation, October 1977-May 1978.  Box 19, F297
 
South Africa, Letters as a Result of Forbes Article  
Box 19, F298
November 20, 1977-January 29, 1978.  Box 19, F298
Box 19, F299
January 30-February 8, 1978.  Box 19, F299
Box 19, F300
February 10-May 7, 1978.  Box 19, F300
Box 19, F301
Southern Development Foundation, August 1979.  Box 19, F301
Box 19, F302
Soviet Sale, WCN Responses to Letters from Stockholders and Others, 1975-1976.  Box 19, F302
Box 19, F303
Soviet Union Information, August 1976-July 1977.  Box 19, F303
 
Special Commission Reports  
Box 19, F304
American Indemnity Insurance, August 1975.  Box 19, F304
Box 19, F305
Australia, January-March 1975.  Box 19, F305
Box 19, E328
Japan, July 1974-October 1975.  Box 19, E328
Box 19, F381
Stockholder Meetings, 1957-1969.  Box 19, F381
 
Technotec  
Box 20, F413
3M, January-December 1976.  Box 20, F413
Box 20, F414
Bethlehem Steel, May-September 1976.  Box 20, F414
Box 20, F416
Chrysler Corporation, February -September 1976.  Box 20, F416
Box 20, F417
Department of Defense Meeting, March 4, 1976.  Box 20, F417
Box 20, F418
Department of Navy, April 1976.  Box 20, F418
Box 20, F419
Department of Treasury, April 1976.  Box 20, F419
Box 20, F420
Diebold, February-October 1976.  Box 20, F420
Box 20, F421
GAO, Elmer Staats, March-August 1976.  Box 20, F421
Box 20, F422
General, January 1974-November 1977.  Box 20, F422
Box 2-, F423
General Motors, February-September 1976.  Box 2-, F423
Box 20, F424
Georgia Tech (Atlanta), July 1976.  Box 20, F424
Box 20, F425
Hughes Aircraft, February-September 1976.  Box 20, F425
Box 20, F426
IT&T, March 1976.  Box 20, F426
Box 20, F427
Korea, October 1976.  Box 20, F427
Box 20, F428
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February-November 1977.  Box 20, F428
Box 20, F429
NASA, January-August 1976.  Box 20, F429
Box 20, F430
National Science Foundation, April 1976.  Box 20, F430
Box 20, F431
Northwest Growth, February-June 1976.  Box 20, F431
Box 20, F432
Pennsylvania State University, May-October 1976.  Box 20, F432
Box 20, F433
Phillips, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, July-October 1976.  Box 20, F433
Box 20, F434
Plessey-England, July 1976.  Box 20, F434
Box 20, F435
Ramo Committee Meeting, San Mateo, California, April 23, 1976.  Box 20, F435
Box 20, F436
Resource Science Corporation, May-September 1976.  Box 20, F436
Box 20, F437
Small Business Administration, April-May 1976.  Box 20, F437
Box 20, F438
Sweden, July 1977.  Box 20, F438
Box 20, F439
Thomson CSF, France, April-May 1976.  Box 20, F439
Box 20, F440
U.A.W., Detroit, February 1976-July 1978.  Box 20, F440
Box 20, F443
Time Article Responses, April 1978. Box 20, F443
Box 20, F444
Time Article Responses, May-July 1978.  Box 20, F444
Box 20, F495
Upper Midwest Council, May 1977-February 1978.  Box 20, F495
Box 20, F496
Urban Revitalization Task Force (formerly Housing Task Force), February-April 1978.  Box 20, F496
Box 20, F512
White House Conference on Balanced National Growth and Economic Development, October 1977-August 1978.  Box 20, F512
Box 20, F560
Forbes , November 1974-November 1982.  Box 20, F560
Box 20, F573
Invitations, 1983.  Box 20, F573
Box 20, F575
Jackson, Jesse, February 11, 1979-July 7, 1980.  Box 20, F575
 
Jamaica  
Box 20, F576
February 10-June 29, 1981.  Box 20, F576
Box 20, F277
July 2-December 31, 1981.  Box 20, F277
Box 20, F578
Subcommittee and Task Force, April 10-December 21, 1981 Box 20, F578
Box 20, F579
Japan, July 10, 1962-December 9, 1980.  Box 20, F579
Box 20, F585
Mergers, June 4, 1979-September 2, 1980.  Box 20, F585
Box 20, F587
Microelectronics (MCC), 1981.  Box 20, F587
Box 20, F588
Microelectronics (MCC), 1982.  Box 20, F588
 
Minnesota Business Partnerships (MBP)  
Box 20, F591
1981.  Box 20, F591
Box 20, F592
Small Business Task Force, 1980.  Box 20, F592
Box 20, F596
Small Business Task Force, January-June, 1982.  Box 20, F596
Box 20, F609
Nevada, May-October 1980.  Box 20, F609
Box 20, F610
Nolan, Richard, June 1978-October 1979.  Box 20, F610
Box 20, F611
North Dakota, 1979.  Box 20, F611
Box 20, F613
PEAT, February 1980-August 1983.  Box 20, F613
Box 20, F616
St. Paul Energy Park, February 1980, March 1981.  Box 20, F616
Box 20, F617
St. Paul Transportation and Development Company, December 1979-September 1980.  Box 20, F617
Box 20, F618
Secondary Education Marketing Committee, December 1978-January 1979.  Box 20, F618
Box 21, F619
Secretary of Agriculture, Bergland, April 1980.  Box 21, F619
Box 21, F620
Secretary of Education, Hufstedler, February-April 1980.  Box 21, F620
Box 21, F621
Secretary of Labor, Marshall, February-April 1980.  Box 21, F621
Box 21, F628
South Africa, January-October 1979.  Box 21, F628
Box 21, F642
White House Meetings, January 1979-June 1983.  Box 21, F642
Box 21, F662
News Media Interviews, 1981-1982.  Box 21, F662
Box 21, F663
Speech Invitations, Declines, March 1962-January 1969.  Box 21, F663
Box 21, F664
Troy Textiles, September 1968-March 1969.  Box 21, F664
Box 21, F665
TRS/TAC (Ticket Reservation Systems, Inc./Terminal Application Corporation), June-September 1969.  Box 21, F665
Box 21, F666
TRS/TAC (Ticket Reservation Systems, Inc./Terminal Application Corporation), October 1969-March 1970.  Box 21, F666
Box 21, F667
PLATO, St. Patrick's Schools, undated.  Box 21, F667
Box 21, F668
European and Middle Eastern Trip, February -March 1977.  Box 21, F668
 
Subject Files: CBE, PLATO and Technology Education  
Box 13
Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI), University of Minnesota, 1983-1984.  Box 13, Folder 1
 
Computer-Based Education (CBE)  
Box 13
1973-1985.  Box 13, Folder 2-7
 
Canada, 1986.  Box 13, Folder 8
Box 6
Caribbean.  Box 6, Folder 20
Box 13
Clippings, 1976-1981.  Box 13, Folder 9
 
Commercial Credit, 1973, 1975.  Box 13, Folder 10
 
Correctional Facilities, 1975, 1978.  Box 13, Folder 11
 
Cost, 1976-1983.  Box 13, Folder 12
 
Fair Break (Another Chance), 1976.  Box 13, Folder 13
 
Financial Industry, 1976.  Box 13, Folder 14
 
International, 1977-1981.  Box 13, Folder 15
 
Legislation, 1977-1980.  Box 13, Folder 16-17
 
Marketing, 1977, 1983-1984.  Box 13, Folder 18
 
Sales, 1977.  Box 13, Folder 19
 
Systems and Services, Strategic Plan, May 9, 1977.  Box 13, Folder 20
 
Utility Industry, 1976.  Box 13, Folder 21
 
Women, Management Training, 1977.  Box 13, Folder 22
 
Computer-Based Instruction, Military, 1978-1979, 1985.  Box 13, Folder 23
 
Control Data Education Company, 1974-1978.  Box 13, Folder 24
 
Control Data Institutes (CDI), 1967-1968, 1974-1980.  Box 13, Folder 25
 
Education  
Box 13
1976-1982.  Box 13, Folder 26-27
 
Computers, 1984-1986.  Box 13, Folder 28
 
Engineering, 1982-1985.  Box 13, Folder 29
Box 14
Engineering, 1982-1985.  Box 14, Folder 1
 
Engineering Schools, Model Education Program, 1983-1984.  Box 14, Folder 8
 
Education Services Company, Key Strategic Goals and Action Programs, 1975.  Box 14, Folder 3
 
Education Strategic Plan Meeting, Presentation by Bitzer and heyman, September 1980.  Box 14, Folder 4
 
Education Strategy Subcommittee, 1975-1982.  Box 14, Folder 5-6
 
Education Systems and Services Monthly Report, April 1977.  Box 14, Folder 7
 
Learning Centers, 1976.  Box 14, Folder 9
 
National Commission on Industrial Innovation (NCII), 1984-1985.  Box 14, Folder 10
Box 6
National Science Teachers Association, 1982.  Box 6, Folder 21
Box 14
Northeast Educational Technology Consortium (NEETC), 1984.  Box 14, Folder 11
 
PLATO  
Box 14
1974-1986.  Box 14, Folder 12-15
 
Alaska, 1980, 1984-1985.  Box 14, Folder 16
 
Background Material, 1976-1978.  Box 14, Folder 17
 
Courseware, 1977-1987.  Box 14, Folder 18
 
Disability Projects, 1979-1986.  Box 14, Folder 19
 
Education Business Center (Radisson), 1986.  Box 14, Folder 20
 
Florida State University, 1975.  Box 14, Folder 21
 
General Motors, 1983, 1986.  Box 14, Folder 22
 
Healthcare/Medical Sciences Courseware, 1976-1979.  Box 14, Folder 23
 
HOMEWORK, 1978-1986.  Box 14, Folder 24
 
Indian Health Management, Inc. (IHMI), Rosebud, 1977-1986.  Box 14, Folder 25
 
K-12 and Higher Education, 1980, 1984-1986.  Box 14, Folder 26
 
Rural Schools, 1977.  Box 14, Folder 27
 
SPEDINFO, 1978-1979.  Box 14, Folder 28
 
Technology Demonstration Sites, 1983, 1985.  Box 14, Folder 29
Box 15
University of Nebraska, 1973-1980, 1984.  Box 15, Folder 1
 
PLATO/WICAT Systems Company, 1984-1986.  Box 15, Folder 2-3
Box 6
Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education: Testimony of Dr. Walter H. Bruning, March 28, 1984.  Box 6, Folder 22
Box 15
Task Force on Education for Economic Growth.  Box 15, Folder 4
 
University of Illinois, PLATO.  Box 15, Folder 5
 
University of Mid-America.  Box 15, Folder 6
 
USSA, Alaska.  Box 15, Folder 7
 
USSA, Board of Directors Meeting, 1985.  Box 15, Folder 8
 
Subject Files: East-West Trade, Soviet Union  
Box 10
Anti-Communist Letters, 1973-1979, 1983.  Box 10, Folder 1-2
 
J. Fred Bucy, 1977.  Box 10, Folder 3
 
"The Bucy Report," February 4, 1976.  Box 10, Folder 4
 
Committee on International Trade and Foreign Relations, Export Policy Statement, circa 1978.  Box 10, Folder 5
 
Communist Computer Market, 1976-1977.  Box 10, Folder 6
 
Communist Trade, "White Rope?" 1977.  Box 10, Folder 7
 
Department of Defense Symposium/President's Export Council, 1976.  Box 10, Folder 8
Box 11
Duke University, Speech, (March 21-22, 1985), 1984-1985.  Box 11, Folder 24
Box 10
East-West Cooperation, 1982-1985.  Box 10, Folder 9
 
East-West Trade  
Box 10
1973-1985.  Box 10, Folder 10-14
 
Department of Defense (DOD), 1976.  Box 10, Folder 15
 
Reports, 1975-1982.  Box 10, Folder 16-17
 
The Multi Association Policy Advisory Group (MAPAG), 1981-1982.  Box 10, Folder 18
 
Poland, 1972.  Box 10, Folder 19
 
Romania  
Box 10
1972-1981.  Box 10, Folder 20
Box 8
ROMCD Managing Committee/General Assembly Meetings, 1983.  Box 8, Folder 6
 
Soviet Union  
Box 10
1973-1986, undated.  Box 10, Folder 21-27
Box 11
1973-1986, undated.  Box 11, Folder 1-5
 
Clippings, 1976-1985.  Box 11, Folder 6
 
Communists, 1977.  Box 11, Folder 7
 
Export, Cyber 76, March-September 1977.  Box 11, Folder 8-9
 
and Eastern Europe, Gus Weiss Visit, April 1974.  Box 11, Folder 10
 
Interviews/Media, 1973-1979.  Box 11, Folder 11
 
Jobs, 1976-1977.  Box 11, Folder 12
 
Reports, 1974-1985.  Box 11, Folder 13
 
Seminars, 1974-1977.  Box 11, Folder 14
 
Seminars Business Plan, 1974.  Box 11, Folder 15
 
Technology Transfer, 1972-1978.  Box 11, Folder 16-17
 
USA Agreements, 1972-1974.  Box 11, Folder 18
 
U.S. Trade Bill/Policies, 1974.  Box 11, Folder 19
 
U.S.-U.S.S.R. Joint Commission on Scientific and Technical Cooperation, 1973.  Box 11, Folder 22
 
Visits/Meetings, June 6-12, 1974.  Box 11, Folder 20-21
 
USSR, PLATO, 1975.  Box 11, Folder 23
Box 16
USSR and East European Operations, Cooperative Agreement Analysis, 1974.  Box 16, Folder 1
 
"USSA References," 1974.  Box 16, Folder 2
 
USSR/CDC  
Box 16
Network Working Group, 1974-1975.  Box 16, Folder 3
 
Protocol of Intentions, January 1974.  Box 16, Folder 4
 
Relationship, 1973, 1977-1979.  Box 16, Folder 5
 
Subject Files: Jamaica  
Note Most material in the Jamaica subject files reflect Norris’ position as chair of the Small/Medium Business and Industry Subcommittee of the U.S. Business Committee on Jamaica, starting in 1981 through the mid-1980s. Within Norris’ subcommittee there are a number of industry task forces. Correspondence with Robert C. Chinn (CDC) and David Rockefeller, Committee Chairman is included. These records also include information about CDC-Jamaica joint ventures in Computer-Based Education (CBE) and PLATO, and agriculture (Rural Ventures-Jamaica). See also Executive Papers, Robert C. Chinn subject files on Jamaica.
Box 17
Agricultural Development Corporation, 1981-1983.  Box 17, Folder 1
 
America's Society, 1982-1983.  Box 17, Folder 2
 
CDC-Jamaica, 1981-1984.  Box 17, Folder 3
 
CDC-Jamaica Task Force, 1981.  Box 17, Folder 4
 
Jamaica, Education (PLATO), 1980-1983.  Box 17, Folder 5
 
Jamaica, Reports, 1980-1981.  Box 17, Folder 6
 
Joint U.S.A., Jamaica Commission Meetings, 1981.  Box 17, Folder 7
 
Manpower Assessment and Jobs Training Services Plan for Jamaica, May 1982.  Box 17, Folder 8
 
The Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ), 1981-1985.  Box 17, Folder 9
 
Rural Venture, Jamaica (RVJ), 1981-1983.  Box 17, Folder 10
 
Subcommittee on the Future of the U.S. Business Committee on Jamaica, 1983.  Box 17, Folder 11
 
U.S. Business Committee on Jamaica  
Box 17
1981-1985.  Box 17, Folder 12-14
 
Agricultural Subcommittee, 1981-1984.  Box 17, Folder 15
 
Meeting of National Committees, March 15, 1982.  Box 17, Folder 16
 
Small/Medium Business and Industry Subcommittee  
Box 17
1981-1985.  Box 17, Folder 17-19
 
Joint Task Forces Meeting, February 25-27, 1982.  Box 17, Folder 20
 
Speeches, Interviews and Writings, 1960-1986 
 
Articles (authored by Norris unless otherwise noted)  
Box 22
Notes and Drafts.  Box 22, Folder 120
 
“Dialogue with William Norris: There’s Profit in Sharing Information,” undated.  Box 22, Folder 47
 
"A Million Jobs for Disadvantaged Youths," undated.  Box 22, Folder 117
 
"A Perspective on Business with Socialist Countries," undated.  Box 22, Folder 118
 
"What Computers Can Do For Electric and Gas Utilities," Investment Dealer's Digest, June 3, 1963.  Box 22, Folder 113
 
"Strategy for Business Data Processing Market," May 19, 1964.  Box 22, Folder 114
 
"Trade Bill Aspects Most Important to Control Data," June 25, 1973.  Box 22, Folder 115
 
"...and Graduates Who Can't Get Jobs, " The New York Times , November 16, 1975.  Box 22, Folder 20
 
"The Robber Barons of Today," Wall Street Journal , May 11, 1976.  Box 22, Folder 21
 
"Teachers Needn't Fear Computers," The Washington Star , September 10, 1976.  Box 22, Folder 116
 
"Via Technology to a New Era in Education," pp. 451-453, Phi Delta Kappan , February 1977.  Box 22, Folder 22
 
"Bill Norris: The View form the 14th Floor," by Charles I. Mundale, Corporate Report , January 1978.  Box 22, Folder 23
 
"Back to the Countryside via Technology" [background], 1978.  Box 22, Folder 119
 
"High Technology Trade with the Communists," pp. 99-103, Datamation , January 1978.  Box 22, Folder 24
 
"World Cooperation Can Advance Technological Innovation," pp. 19-21, Financier , July 1978.  Box 22, Folder 25
 
"Transfer of Commercial Technology: Harmful or Helpful?" Chapter IV, pp. 21-33, Common Sense in U.S.-Soviet Trade , 1979.  Box 22, Folder 26
 
"How Control Data Turns a Profit on Its Good Works," by Michael W. Fedo, pp.3-4, The New York Times , January 7, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 27
 
"State's Jobless Figure Tells Only Part of the Story," Opinion Page of The Minneapolis Star , January 29, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 28
 
"Computer-based education has many advantages," The Minneapolis Star , March 15, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 29
 
"Minnesota can lead energy-saving efforts," The Minneapolis Star , May 24, 1979 Box 22, Folder 30
 
"Executive Memories: My Summer Job," The New York Times , June 10, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 31
 
"Business Must Seek Remedies for Adverse Effects of Mergers," pp.38-42, Financier , July 1979.  Box 22, Folder 32
 
Letter to the editor of Fortune Magazine (a responses to Fortune articles "Shuffling Along with Social Responsibility"), November 19, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 33
 
"Help the Small Farm Blossom," The Minneapolis Star , November 21, 1979.  Box 22, Folder 34
 
"A risk-Avoiding, selfish society," p.20, Business Week , January 28, 1980.  Box 22, Folder 35
 
"Productivity Decline: A Perplexing Challenge," Washington Report , July 28, 1980.  Box 22, Folder 36
 
"William C. Norris: Making Money by Creating Jobs," by Willard C. Rappleye Jr., Financier , February 1981.  Box 22, Folder 37
 
"A society transformed by microchips," The Christian Science Monitor , February 24, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 38
 
"Control Data's William C. Norris: From Farm Boy to Computer Giant," by Gary Johansen, pp.6-8, Sunday World-Herald Magazine of the Midlands , August 9, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 39
 
"Business and the Other Spigot," by William C. Norris and Myron Tribus, pp.7-9, Enterprise , September 1981.  Box 22, Folder 40
 
"Let's Let Business Help Run the Cities," The New York Times , September 13, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 41
 
"Business Can Profit by Filling 'Unmet Social Needs,'" U.S. News and World Report , September 21, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 42
 
"Dome series half-truths set back civic progress," The Minneapolis Star , October 16, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 43
Box 33
"Doing well-and doing good-in the inner city," The Christian Science Monitor , March 12, 1982.  Box 33, Folder 44
Box 22
"Keeping America First," Datamation , September 1982.  Box 22, Folder 45
 
"Opportunities for Profit in Meeting Social Needs," pp.34-38, Financier , October 1982.  Box 22, Folder 46
 
"Giving and Getting," pp.32-35, Cornell Executive , Vol.9 no.2, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 49
 
New Frontiers for Business Leadership , 1983.  Box 22, Folder 48
 
"A Private-Sector Strategy for U.S. Technology: How to Be Competitive,: pp.18-21, Tempo , Vol.28 no.2, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 50
 
"R&D cooperation must by fostered," p.24, Electronics , March 24, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 51
 
"How to expand R&S cooperation," p.21, Business Week , April 11, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 52
 
"Limiting Japan's Access to Our Research," The New York Times , July 24, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 53
 
"Japan's access to U.S. technology," Minneapolis Star and Tribune , August 4, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 54
 
"The Social Costs of Takeovers," Corporate Report , September 1983.  Box 22, Folder 55
 
"Halting the Flow of High-Tech Bargains," The New York Times , February 26, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 56
 
"Talking Business with Norris of Control Data: Cooperation in Industry," The New York Times , July 3, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 57
 
"William Norris: Only Big Business Has Resources to Address Unmet Social Needs," pp.7-9, The Woodlands Forum , Vol.1 no.2, Fall 1984.  Box 22, Folder 58
 
"Reflections on America's technology future," by Scott Armstrong, The Christian Science Monitor , September 4, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 59
 
"Bringing the World of High Technology into Rural Schools," pp.12-15 (missing p.18-last Page), American Education , Vol.20 no.8, October 1984.  Box 22, Folder 60
 
"Computer-based education addressed by pioneer," November 1984.  Box 22, Folder 61
 
"Are Mergers Hurting U.S. Economy?" p.57, U.S. News and World Report , 1985.  Box 22, Folder 62
 
"Cooperative R&D: A Regional Strategy," pp.92-102, Issues in Science and Technology , Vol. I no.2, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 63
 
"Frankly Speaking..." (WCN interview), The Transpacific Forum of Japan Air Lines , No.25, February 1985.  Box 22, Folder 64
 
"Base federal anti-takeover law on the Minnesota model," The New York Times , March 3, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 65
 
"Enough Greenmail," The New York Times , March 3, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 66
 
"Winners Can Be Losers in Game of Hostile Takeovers," The New York Times , March 6, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 67
 
"Market won't work; government must act," USA Today , March 13, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 68
 
"Improving Education Through Technological Innovation," pp.65-68, T.H.E. Journal , June 1985.  Box 22, Folder 69
 
"Selective investment can promote change in apartheid system," The Minneapolis Star , June 5, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 70
 
"South Africa: Let's Not Divest Blindly," LA Times , June 6, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 71
 
"Sowing New Seeds for Corporate Responsibility," pp.16-23, FE , July 1985.  Box 22, Folder 72
 
"CEO: The Whole Man-A Computer Pioneer's Deals and Ideals," interview by David Finn, pp.20-28, Across the Board , April 1986.  Box 22, Folder 73
 
"Government must back development," Computerworld , November 3, 1986.  Box 22, Folder 74
 
"Applying Technology: The Key to the Future," pp.38-46, The Journal of Business Strategy , Vol.6 no.3, Winter 1986.  Box 22, Folder 75
 
"Computer Generations and Technological Cooperation," pp.19-24, The Bridge , Vol.16 no.4, Winter 1986.  Box 22, Folder 76
 
Interviews, 1976-1985.  
Note  Interviews may include background material and correspondence.
Box 22
Corporate Report interview (responses), December 1, 1976.  Box 22, Folder 77
 
Business Week interview, January 3, 1977.  Box 22, Folder 78
 
Interview by Connie Van Hoven, July 21 and September 23, 1977.  Box 22, Folder 79
 
WCCO-TV interview, March-April 1980.  Box 22, Folder 80
 
Rural American Women newsletter interview (questions), July 1, 1980.  Box 22, Folder 81
 
Citizens United for America radio interview, July 9, 1980.  Box 22, Folder 82
 
Holland journalists interview (questions and responses), December 10, 1980.  Box 22, Folder 83
 
Interview for Country Journal , Meg Cox [draft], January 12, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 121
 
Omaha World-Herald interview by Gary Johansen, April 1981.  Box 22, Folder 122
 
"Country Day" two-part television series interview regarding CDC's agricultural services, July 20-21, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 84
 
Interview by Dick Youngblood, July 29, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 85
 
WTCN-TV interview, February 18, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 86
 
Telephone conversation with Frank Press, April 13, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 123
 
Interview by Dave Gardner (responses but no questions), July 9, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 87
 
Interview by Leonard Inskip (questions and responses), September 1, 1982 Box 22, Folder 88
 
Interview by Larry Ingrassia (questions), October 15, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 89
 
Forbes interview by Jill Andresky (questions and brief responses), October 26, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 90
 
Time interview by Madeline Nash (background), December 1, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 91
 
Dallas Times Herald interview by Janet Novak, December 1982 Box 22, Folder 92
 
CBS-TV interview (background), February 18, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 93
 
Business Week interview by Thane Peterson, (includes questions, background, interview, and reactions/responses), February 21, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 94
 
Interview request by Venture Magazine (Dave Lindorf), March 1, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 124
 
CBS-TV Morning News interview by Herman, March 15, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 95
 
Time interview by Pat Delaney (background and interview), March 16, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 96
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press interview by Don Clark, April 6, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 97
 
Knight-Ridder Newspapers Sunday Magazine interview by Carl Cannon (background, questions, and interview), August 15, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 98
 
Esquire interview, August 24, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 99
 
McGraw-Hill conversation with Joseph Dionne regarding Business Week interview of Norris, October 19, 1983.  Box 22, Folder 100
 
Channel 11 interview (responses), March 14, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 101
 
Interview by Ralph Nader (background), April 30, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 102
 
Interviews of Tom Miller and Walt Bruning by Bernie Wysocki regarding Norris (highlights), June 25, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 103
 
Interview by Tad Tuleja (questions and responses), August 17, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 104
 
WCCO Forest City interview by Marlo Bendau (background, questions, and responses), September 25, 1984.  Box 22, Folder 105
 
Wisconsin Independent Radio Network interview, February 8, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 106
 
Harvard Business Review interview by David Finn, February 12, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 125
 
Texas Business Journal interview by Warren Burkett regarding MCC, February 14, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 126
 
Notes: Seattle Radio Interview, March 18, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 127
 
Computerworld interview by Donna Raimondi (background, questions, and brief responses), June 18, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 107
 
Minneapolis Star and Tribune interview by Tony Carideo (background, questions, and responses), July 18, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 108
 
TV Documentary [draft], September 4, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 128
 
Minnesota Business Hall of Fame Entrepreneurshop Video Series interview by Eugene F. Trumble, October 9, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 109
 
Zero One Informatique interview by Guy Hervier (background, questions, translated version of interview), November 6, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 110
 
Philadelphia Inquirer Interview regarding Ella Francis and the Philadelphia BTC (background), December 1985.  Box 22, Folder 129
 
Interview questions regarding Philadelphia BTC, December 2, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 111
 
Electronics Magazine interview by R. Lineback, December 5, 1985.  Box 22, Folder 112
 
Perspective Pamphlets  
Note A series of perspectives on employing technology to solve the pressing problems of society
Box 22
"Technical Cooperation for Survival," No.2, February 1977.  Box 22, Folder 1
 
"Via Technology to a New Era in Education," No.2, June 1977 and June 1978.  Box 22, Folder 2
 
"A Policy For Export of Products and Technology," No.3, September 1978.  Box 22, Folder 3
 
"Technology and Full Employment," No.4, November 1977 and November 1978.  Box 22, Folder 4
 
"Back to the Countryside Via Technology," No.5, January 1978.  Box 22, Folder 5
 
"Harnessing Technology for Better Urban Living," No.6, April 1978.  Box 22, Folder 6
 
"Technology for Improving the Image of Business," No.7, July 1978.  Box 22, Folder 7
 
"Technology for the Inner City, Experience and Promise," No.8, September 1978.  Box 22, Folder 8
 
"Technology and the Investor, Facing up to Society's Urgent Problems," No.9, December 1978.  Box 22, Folder 9
 
"Rebirth of Technological Innovation Via Small Business," No.10, March 1979.  Box 22, Folder 10
 
"The Pathway to Better Health Via Technology," No.11, June 1979.  Box 22, Folder 11
 
"Technology and the Handicapped," No.12, August 1979.  Box 22, Folder 12
 
"Technology and Corporate Governance," No.13, December 1979.  Box 22, Folder 13
 
"Technology and the Humanities," No.14, March 1980.  Box 22, Folder 14
 
"Optimizing World Technological Resources for Mankind," No.15, July 1980.  Box 22, Folder 15
 
"Technological Innovation and the Prudent Man," No.16, February 1981.  Box 22, Folder 16
 
"Technology for Company-Employee Partnership to Improve Productivity," No. 17, June 1981.  Box 22, Folder 17
 
"Responding to the Technological Challenges of Small-Scale Agriculture," No.18, November 17, 1981.  Box 22, Folder 18
 
"Human Capital: The Profitable Investment," No.19, October 31, 1982.  Box 22, Folder 19
 
Speeches  
Box 23
Undated.  Box 23, Folder 1
 
1957-1959.  Box 23, Folder 2
 
April-May, November 1960.  Box 23, Folder 3-4
 
February-April, September-December 1961.  Box 23, Folder 5-6
 
February-August 1962.  Box 23, Folder 7
 
December 1962-June 1963.  Box 23, Folder 8
 
August-December 1963.  Box 23, Folder 9
 
January-June, September, November-December 1964.  Box 23, Folder 10-15
 
March-October 1965.  Box 23, Folder 16-17
 
December 1965-June 1966.  Box 23, Folder 18-19
 
August-October 1966.  Box 23, Folder 20
 
December 1966-April 1967.  Box 23, Folder 21
 
June-July, September, November-December 1967.  Box 23, Folder 22-24
 
February, June 1968.  Box 23, Folder 25-26
 
August 1968-March 1970.  Box 23, Folder 27-30
 
January-March, May-December 1970.  Box 23, Folder 30-31
 
January, April-July 1971.  Box 23, Folder 32-33
 
September 1971-November 1972.  Box 23, Folder 34-36
Box 24
January 1973-May 1974.  Box 24, Folder 1-5
 
July, September-December 1974.  Box 24, Folder 6-7
 
January 1975-April 1978.  Box 24, Folder 8-21
Box 25
May 1978-November 1980.  Box 25
Box 26
December 1980-June 1984.  Box 26, Folder 1-15
 
August, October-December 1984.  Box 26, Folder 16-18
 
February 1985-June 1985.  Box 26, Folder 19-20
 
September 1985-November 1986.  Box 26, Folder 21-24
 
Scrapbooks, 1955-1968 
Note Photocopies of two scrapbooks containing newsclippings, correspondence and reports related to the formation and activities of Control Data Corporation from 1955 to 1968 compiled by or for William C. Norris. Originals located in Box 35 but restricted due to fragility.
 
William C. Norris Scrapbook One  
 
Control Data Corporation Annual and Interim Reports  
Box 31
Annual Report, June 30, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 51.
 
Interim Report, December 31, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 54.
 
Annual Report, June 30, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 57.
 
Interim Report, December 31, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 65.
 
Annual Report, June 30, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 75.
 
Correspondence and Reports  
Box 31
Dr. T.C. Fry, Sperry Rand Vice President, to Sperry Rand Employees, Memorandum: Announcement W.C. Norris/Mullaney Leave Sperry Rand, July 26, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 4.
 
Control Data Corporation Prospectus, July 29, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 5.
 
Gustav Mass, Sessions Engineering Vice President, to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, July 31, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 6.
 
James H. Binger, Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company Vice President, to William C. Norris, Letter: Meet for Lunch, August 2, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 6.
 
Hank Forrest to William C. Norris, Telegram: Congratulations, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 8.
 
Erwin Tomash, Telemeter Magnetics, Inc., to William C. Norris, Telegram: Congratulations, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 8.
 
L.F. Stutzman to William C. Norris, Telegram: Congratulations, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 8.
 
Bob Sorensen to William C. Norris, Telegram: Congratulations, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 9.
 
Norman B. Frost, Sperry Rand Corporation General Counsel, to Control Data Corporation, Letter: Patent Infringement, August 6, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 10.
 
Bill Goggins to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, August 7, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 9.
 
Control Data Corporation to William C. Norris, Letter: Fully Subscribed Stock Subscription, August 13, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 11.
 
William C. Norris to Norman B. Frost, Sperry Rand Corporation General Counsel, Letter: Trade Secrets, August 13, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 12.
 
Patrick L. Connolly, Connolly Contracting Company President, to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, August 15, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 13.
 
Charles M. Green to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, September 14, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 17.
 
John E. Byrne, Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis, to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 19.
 
President of the American National Bank to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations on Acquiring Cedar Engineering, November 22, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 23.
 
Arch to William C. Norris, Postcard, December 17, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 24.
 
Hank Forrest to William C. Norris, Letter: Contract Proposals, March 3, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 30.
 
William C. Norris to Hank [Forrest?], Letter: Financial Problems, March 23, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 31.
 
R.H. Thuleen, First National Bank of Minneapolis Vice President, to A.J. Ryden, Jr., Letter: Loan, April 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 33.
 
Arch to William C. Norris, Postcard, June 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 37.
 
Amendments to Control Data Corporation's Articles of Incorporation, September 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 43.
 
Piper, Jaffray & Hopwood Investment, Report on Control Data, September 12, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 41.
 
William C. Norris to Shareholders, Report, September 25, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 43.
 
Control Data Corporation to Shareholders, Notice of Special Meeting, September 25, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 43.
 
Rotary "The Hub", September 30, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 44.
 
Rotary "The Hub", October 7, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 44.
 
William C. Norris to Shareholders, Report, February 2, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 47.
 
J.M. Dain Investment Report on Control Data, February 11, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 48.
 
Kenneth W. Scully, Piper, Jaffray & Hopwood Investment, to Control Data Corporation, letter and February 10 Investment Report on Control Data Corporation, February 13, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 48.
 
Elmer L. Anderson, Minnesota Governor, to William C. Norris, Letter: Congratulations, March 1, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 67.
 
Piper, Jaffray & Hopwood Investment, Report on Control Data, March 27, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 71.
 
McDonnell & Company, Growth Stock Review, April 1961. Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 72.
 
McDonnell & Company, Growth Stock Review, April 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 74.
 
Datamation in Business and Science, June 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 74.
 
Control Data Corporation Sales/Cash Flow/Earnings per Share, Chart, October 2, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 84.
 
Science-Discovery Letter, November 1, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 85.
 
Science-Discovery Letter (Copy), November 1, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 80.
 
Richard B. Rosenthal, Goldman Sacks & Company, to Elizabeth Fowler, New York Times, Telegram, December 4, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 88.
 
Richard B. Rosenthal, Goldman Sacks & Company, to Frank C. Mullaney, Letter, December 4, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 88.
 
Frank C. Mullaney to Richard B. Rosenthal, Goldman Sacks & Company, Letter, December 8, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Scrapbook One, page 88.
 
Newsclippings  
Box 31
St. Paul Pioneer Press?, Historic Shovel to Break Ground, November 8, 1955.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 1.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Norris, Later of Univac, Mum, on "New Venture", circa July 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 1.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Top S-R Officers to Tour Univac Plants, circa 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 2.
 
Electronic News, New Research Firm Opening in Minneapolis, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 7.
 
Electronic News, Univac Raises 3 Execs, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 7.
 
Electronic News, Former RRU Men Set Up in Minneapolis, August 5, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 7
Note Page 14.
 
[No publication identified], Former Univac Executive to Head New Firm, August 15, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 15.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Picks President, circa August 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 15.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Corp. Names 3 Executives, August 26, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 15.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Names Miles to Top Post, September 2, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
Minneapolis Star, New Firm Miles as Director, September 4, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
Electronic News, Engineer Shift Confirmed by Control Data, September 9, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
Electronic News, Ad for Electromechanical Engineers, September 16, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data Names Five, September 19, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Adds Three to Board, October 14, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 17.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Rosen Clarifies Job Statement, October 16, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 17.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Business Briefs Appointments, October 17, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 17.
 
Electronics, Execs in the News: Norris for Engineers, Capitalism, October 20, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 18.
 
Electronic News, Zimmer Leaves Univac To Joint Control Data, October 21, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 17.
 
[No Publication Identified], Control Engineering, November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 16.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Takes One Computer-Embryo Brain Shapes Self, November 11, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 20.
 
Electronic News, Reactions to Eisenhower Speech, November 18, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 18.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Sets Civilian Business Push, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 18.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Corporation Acquires Cedar Firm, November 21, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 19.
 
Minneapolis Star, Work Begins January 1 on Electronic Brain, November 22, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 20.
 
Electronic News, Control Data To Make Unit to Aid Design, December 2, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 24.
 
Minneapolis Star, Errors End When This Device Clicks, December 13, 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 24.
 
Minneapolis Star, New Electronic Brain Firm Begins Clicking, January 15, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 25.
 
Electronic Week, Electronics in the Midwest: Twin Cities, February 17, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 27.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Post Goes to Schaburg, February 24, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 26.
 
Automation, Data Processing Device Tapes shop Records, February 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 27.
 
Electronic News, Major Minnesota Missile Industry Goal of New Group, March 3, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 26.
 
[No publication identified], Control Data Gets Missile Parts Order, circa March 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 28.
 
Minneapolis Star, Company Gains Defense Work, March 14, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 29.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data Employment Up, March 14, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 29.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Local Stocks, March 21, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 29.
 
Electronic News, Navy Gives Pact to Firm It Had Called Unknown, March 31, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 29.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Add Contracts, Employees, April 11, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 34.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data Reports Gains, April 11, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 34.
 
Minneapolis Star, Complaint Charges Control Data uses Sperry Rand Ideas, April 26, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 34.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Sperry Rand Sues Competitor, April 26, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 35.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Local Stock 3.4, May 2, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 34.
 
Electronic News, Sperry Rand Sues Control Data on Computer Secrets, May 5, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 35.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Sued Firm Asks Specific Charges, May 26, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 35.
 
Credit and Financial Management, New Equipment to Speed Production and Reduce Costs, May 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 36.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Corporation Denies Charges of Sperry Rand Suit, May 26, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 36.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Hits Back at Sperry Charges, May 27, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 35.
 
Minneapolis Star, City Firm Gets Half Million in New Contracts, May 29, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 36.
 
Electronic News, Sperry Rand Lists Inventories in Suit on Control Data, June 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 36.
 
Minneapolis Star, Data Corp. Given Air Safety Role, June 11, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 36.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Air Traffic Control Device Contract Let, June 11, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 37.
 
Electronic News, Award Given for Device to Transmit Flight Data, June 16, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 38.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Business Briefs Firms Selected, July 3, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 37.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data To Help Build GOMARC System, July 4, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 38.
 
Minneapolis Star, Navy Orders Supper Computer, July 8, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 37.
 
[No publication identified], Production Data Recorder, circa July 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 38.
 
Machine Design Air Traffic Keyboard Will Translate Flight Data, July 10, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 38.
 
Electronic News, $600,000 Navy Pact Awarded Control Data, July 14, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 38.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Hires 4 More Univac Men, July 23, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 39.
 
Minneapolis Star, Dr. Smith Joins Control Data, September 1, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Control Data Corporation Reports Years Loss, September 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 39.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Shows Phenomenal Growth, September 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 39.
 
St. Paul Dispatch-Pioneer Press, Control Data Report Loss, September 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 39.
 
St. Paul Dispatch-Pioneer Press, 4.2 Local, September 9, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 39.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Has $114,716 Loss in Year, September 15, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Preparing 6% Stock Offering, September 22, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Retains U Consultant, September 23, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Star, 5.7 Local Stocks, September 23, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Electronic News, Control Data To Sell Preferred Stock, September 29, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Plans Preferred Stock Issue, September 29, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Star, 7.2 Local Stocks, September 29, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 40.
 
Advertising Requirements, Control Data Letterhead Design Award, October 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Minneapolis Star, Drake to Quit Full-Time Work at Control Data, October 6, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Minneapolis Star?, Ad: Sale of 14,000 Shares of 6% Cum Preferred Stock $25.00/Per, October 17, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Wall street Journal, Ad for Sale of 14,000 Shares of 6% Cum Preferred Stock $25.00 Per Value, October 17, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Wall Street Journal, 6.5 Local Stocks, October 17, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Minneapolis Star, Firm Set Up To Help Technical Industries, October 23, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 45.
 
Minneapolis Star, City Firm Delivers Air Traffic "Brain", October 28, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 46.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Officers Named, October 31, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 46.
 
Control Engineering, Control Data Corporation Has a Bad Year, November 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 46.
 
Minneapolis Star, Engineer Staff is Expanded, November 13, 1958.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 46.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Turns Corner, Reports First Profit of $31,000. February 9, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 50.
 
Minneapolis Star, Electronics Where Little Get Big, April 2, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 49.
 
Minneapolis Star, Among the Leaders in Area Electronics Control Data Rates as the "Cinderella", April 2, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 49.
 
Minneapolis Star, "Big Fish" in the Stream Spawn Husky Offering, April 2, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 49.
 
Minneapolis Star, Sales of 47 Firms $47,525,000 Total, April 2, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 49.
 
Minneapolis Star, Basement Pool Cools Home (E.J. Manning Home), May 4, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 53.
 
Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Control Data's Stock Offering Oversubscribed, October 7, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 50.
 
Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Control Data Fights Suit Against Chief, October 13, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 50.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Suit Dismissed Hearing Friday, October 13, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 50.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: Now A Startling New Concept in Computer Pricing!, October 22, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 52.
 
Business Week, More Computer For Less Money, November 14, 1959.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 54.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Buys Control Corporation; Price Put at Two Million, February 5, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 53.
 
Minneapolis Star, Inside the Star, circa 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 55.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Computers Sales Increase by 166%, circa 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 55.
 
[No Publication identified], Control Data Denies use of Sperry Rand "Secrets", circa 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 55.
 
Minneapolis Star, Suit Against Control Data Dismissed, May 12, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 56.
 
Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, In This Corner (Cedric Adams Column), May 29, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 56.
 
Minnesota Engineer, The Upper Midwest Needs A Research Institute, August 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 59.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Research Center for Business in NW Urged, August 19, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 61.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data has 111 Pct Gain in Sales, September 6, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 63.
 
[No Publication identified], Wisconsin "U" Buys Larger Computer, September 14, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 60.
 
Electronic News, Sperry Rand Drops Plea on Control Data, September 19, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 55.
 
Minneapolis Star, National Cash Register on Sell Computers for Control Data, September 20, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 61.
 
Minneapolis Morning Tribune, City Engineers Back Research Institute Plan, September 23, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 56.
 
Electronic News, Control Data To Build Computers for NCR, September 26, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 60.
 
Minneapolis Star, Market Shorthand: Maggot? Pigpen? Just Code Names, October 7, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 61.
 
Minneapolis Star, Computers Click, Says Firm Chief, October 11, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 62.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Ex-Univac Head Seeks Back Pay, October 12, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note  Page 62.
 
Minneapolis Star, 40 Local Stocks, November 3, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note  Page 62.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Will Build in Roseville, November 3, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 63.
 
Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Control Data $1,500,000 Plant and Headquarters in Roseville, November 4, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 63.
 
Datamation, Control Data Activities Worth Noting, November/December 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 62.
 
Minneapolis Star, Roseville Wants Plant Cut, Also Its Zoning Plan, December 8, 1960.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 63.
 
Minneapolis Sunday Tribune, City Firm's Computer Aids Weather Study, January 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 64.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Corp. Puts Current Backlog at about $16 Million, February 14, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 66.
 
Minneapolis Star, Roseville Group Threatening New Suit Over Control Data, February 21, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 66.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: New Satellite Computer System, February 23, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 70.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Settles on Site in Bloomington, February 25, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 65.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Computer Firm Picks New Site, February 25, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 65.
 
Minneapolis Star, Roseville+Bloomington+Control Data=Problem for Suburbs Seeking Industry, March 2, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 66.
 
Minneapolis Star, Electronics Firm Plans Building, March 2, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 68.
 
Minneapolis Star, 15 Million Dollar Projects Planned for Bloomington-Edina Area, March 14, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 69.
 
Business Week, Local Rush for Cheap Stocks, March 25, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 73.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Stock Trades at $101.50, March 29, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 68.
 
Minnesota Business Development Newsletter, Help Wanted (Control Data), April 12, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 70.
 
Wall Street Journal, Abreast of the Market Heard on the Street, May 29, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 73.
 
Armed Forces Management, What Computers are Doing about the Weather, July 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 76.
 
Commercial and Financial Chronicle, Security I Like Best, July 3, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 77.
 
Minneapolis Star, He Talks Industry From Bottom Up, August 9, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 78.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Proposes 3 for 1 Stock Split, August 14, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 77.
 
Select, Shazam You're Rich?, August 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 79.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Predicts Still Further Growth, September 20, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 80.
 
Ace, Market Outlook, November 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 81.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Blinks and Spins into Big League of Computers, November 12, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 82.
 
Upper Midwest Investor, November 1961 issue, November 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 86.
 
Datamation, Business & Science, November 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 87.
 
New York Times, Elizabeth Fowler Byline, December 3, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 88.
 
Washington Star, Control Data Has Backlog of $25 Million, December 6, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 89.
 
Washington Post, Control Data Corporation Head Talks Here, December 7, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 89.
 
Washington Post, Control Data Reports Unfilled Order Backlog of About $25 Million, December 7, 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 89.
 
Photographs  
Box 31
William C. Norris, F.C. Mullaney on left, circa July/August 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 12.
 
Frank C. Mullaney, Willis K. Drake, Gordon Clark, E.E. Strickland, William C. Norris, E.J. Manning, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 21.
 
William C. Norris, E.J. Manning, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 21.
 
William C. Norris, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 21.
 
William C. Norris, E.J. Manning, circa November 1957.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 22.
 
William C. Norris and Mrs. Norris at Cedar Engineering Construction Site, circa July 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 77.
 
Bloomington(?) Construction Site, September 1961.  Box 31, Folder 1
Note Page 78.
 
William C. Norris Scrapbook Two  
 
Correspondence, Memorabilia, Meeting Programs, and Reports  
Box 31
Ketherin and Fred Buffett to William C. Norris c/o Keith Funsten, NY Stock Exchange, Telegram, March 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 12.
 
Telex Tape, March 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 12.
 
Ticker Tape: William C. Norris purchases first 100 shares, March 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 12.
 
Wheelock Whitney, Jr., J.M. Dain and Company, Inc., to William C. Norris, Memorandum with clipping announcing Hibbing Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting Speech, April 15, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 14.
 
Hibbing Chamber of Commerce Program, April 16, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 14.
 
Frank H. Brigham to H.W. Tripp, University of Rochester Vice President, Letter on Control Data.  Box 31, Folder 2
 
Security Analysts Luncheon, September 19, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 32.
 
National Association of Investment Clubs, Program, October 17-19, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 35.
 
Northwestern University School of Business 13th Annual Fall Management Conferences, Program, November 13, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Ed M. Knight, EE U of Nebraska '32 to William C. Norris, Letter, December 22, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 38.
 
Karl F. Rolvaag, Governor of Minnesota, to William C. Norris, Telegram on Arden Hills Expansion, March 16, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 44.
 
H.P. Buetow, 3M Company, to William C. Norris, Letter Enclosing Buetow's St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Remarks Re: Award, March 20, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 45.
 
Program, 1964 Pittsburgh Systems Clinic, April 15, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 46.
 
Program, University of Connecticut: Scientific and Technological Briefing for Management, May 12, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 48.
 
Commencement Seating Plan for Dignitaries, University of Nebraska 93rd Annual Commencement, June 13, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 51.
 
Lucille G. Pierlat, Time Midwest Public Relations Manager, to William C. Norris, Letter: Enclosing Advance Copy of August 14, 1964 Issue of Time Magazine including Article "Corporations-Poor Man's IBM", August 10, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 58.
 
Place Card and List of Guests for First St. Paul National Bank Evening, November 18, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 64.
 
Current Comments Investment Analysis by Auerbach, Pollak and Richardson, August 4, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 86.
 
Karl F. Rolvaag, Governor of Minnesota, to William C. Norris, Letter, August 19, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 91.
 
Frank F. Reinhardt, Standard and Poor's Investment Council, to Allen L. Rudell, Treasurer, Control Data, Letter (Carbon Copy), August 25, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 92.
 
James E. Fusco to Forbes Magazine, Letter (Carbon copy): Control Data "Skidding" as Company, September 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 95.
 
Carl F. Nelson, Associate Manager, F.I.D. Du Font and Company, Minneapolis, to William C. Norris, Letter, September 16, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 95.
 
International Correspondence Schools Announces William C. Norris Scholarship for an Introductory Course in Modern Supervision to Be Awarded to the Person of His Choice Within His Organization, October 13, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 98.
 
Al R. Zipf, Bank of America Senior Vice President (San Francisco, California) to William C. Norris, Letter, November 8, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 101.
 
Wager on Earnings Estimate for 1967, for Discussion August 15, 1967, August 15, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 157
 
Walter G. Andrews, Valley National Bank, to Marvin B. Rogers, Letter: $104.96 Bank Money Order Time Savings Certificate, August 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 157.
 
Newsclippings  
Box 31
Minneapolis Star, Trial Set in Sperry Rand's Suit Against Control Data, January 8, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 1.
 
Forbes, Company Ryden Left behind Him, August 1, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 2.
 
Forbes, Man Under Fire, August 1, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 2.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Seeks Listing on NY Exchange, September 19, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 5.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Seeks NY Exchange Listing, September 19, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 5.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data to Sell Its Research Computers for Commercial Uses, September 20, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 6.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Corporation Reports Revenues Up by 44 Per Cent, January 18, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 3.
 
Chicago Daily News, Control Data Coming To Aid of Meissner, January 29, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 3.
 
Time, Earnings How to Beat the Squeeze, February 1, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 4.
 
Journal of Commerce, Control Data Calls People its Top Asset, February 15, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 4.
 
Omaha Evening World-Herald, Data Studies Making Gain, December 13, 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 6.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data to Buy Bendix Computer Co., March 4, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 7.
 
Wall Street Journal, Over-the-Counter Markets, March 5, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 11.
 
Wall Street Journal, New York Stock Exchange Transactions, March 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 11.
 
Minneapolis Stat, Big Board Got a New Ticket Symbol Wednesday, CDA, March 7, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 10.
 
Exchange Manager, Who's New on the 'Big Board': David vs. the Giants, April 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 10.
 
Time, Manufacturing: IBM and Others, March 8, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 16.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Stocks Rise Spotlights Firm's Growth, May 26, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 17-18.
 
Hibbing Daily Tribune, Hibbing Has the Assets to Attract New Industry, April 17, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 15.
 
Hibbing Daily Tribune, Planning Hibbing's Future Growth, April 17, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 15.
 
Minneapolis Tribune or Minneapolis Star, Control Data Suit is Ended as Mistrial, April 18, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 19.
 
Minneapolis Star, $900,000 Trial Against Control Data Beginning, April 22, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 19.
 
New York Times, Sidelights-Trading Delayed for Three Stocks, May 23, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 19.
 
Australian Financial Review, 4m [pound] Computer Order Won by "Outsider", June 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 20.
 
U.S. Investor (Boston, MA) Control Data Appears to Discount the Herafter, August 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 22.
 
New York Times, Sidelights-Computer Maker Scores on Tape, August 22, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 22.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Eyed with keen Interest, August 26, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 22.
 
Denver Post, Meeting Opens on Computers, August 29, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 22.
 
New York Times, Control Data Corporation Stock Continues to Soar, August 30, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 23.
 
Business Week, Computers Get Faster Than Ever, August 31, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 24.
 
Electronic News, Man Behind the News, September 2, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 25.
 
Electronic News, Norris of Control Data Corporation Sees Drastic Change Ahead for Computer Firms, September 2, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 26.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Stock Soars, September 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 27.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Moves 3 for 1 Split, August 11, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 29.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Unveils First New Computer, August 21, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 29.
 
New York Times, Sidelights-Outlook is Hazy for Computers, August 28, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 29.
 
Des Moines Register, Control Data's Net Soars 98% Stock at New Peak, August 29, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 29.
 
Time, Technology-The Brainy Breed, September 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 27.
 
Des Moines Register, Stocks Ease in Churning, Rapid Trade Down to 95, September 7, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 28.
 
Wall Street Journal, Big Board Prohibits Stop Orders in Trading Control Data Common, September 9, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 28.
 
Forbes, Mistaken Identity?, September 15, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 28.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Has New Computer, September 17, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 30.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, No Dividend for "Long Time" Norris, September 17, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 30.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Expects "Substantial Growth" in Year Ending June 30, September 18, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 31.
 
N.Y. Post, Control Data Corporation is Moving Ahead with a "Third Generation" Computer, September 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 31.
 
New York Times, Control Data Chief Reports Order Rise, September 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 31.
 
Los Angeles Times, Control Data Rare-It Makes a Profit, September 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 33.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Market Beat-Control Data is Optimistic, September 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 33.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Says It Has "No Plans Now" for Public Financing, September 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 33.
 
Forbes, $135 Question, October 1, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 34.
 
Electronic News, Cites Factors for Survival in Industry, October 14, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 34.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Gets New Plant, October 21, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 34.
 
Newsweek, Big Whir" Computers Spin Problems and Profits, October 21, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 36.
 
Minneapolis Star, Clinic to Honor 3 Industrialist, October 30, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Wall Street Journal, Most Active Stocks Short 110-1/8 Interest a Factor, November 20, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Control Engineering, What's New-Control Data Buys Daystrom Systems Division, December 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Buys Firm, December 13, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Electronic News, Confirms Rabinow, Control Data Corporation Deal, December 16, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 37.
 
Omaha World-Herald, Nebraskan's Success Story, December 22, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 38.
 
Minneapolis Star, Big Board's Stock Trading Shatters Record Set in 1929, December 23, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 39.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Feat Tops "Newcomers", January 12, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 39.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Growth of Electronics Industry More Sedate, January 12, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 40.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Planning Becomes Expansion Key for Some Firms, January 12, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 41.
 
Electronic News, Predicts Future Computers of Still Larger Dimensions, January 13, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 39.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's Profits More Than Double, January 31, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 39.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: $35,000,000 Control Data Corporation 3-3/4% Convertible Subordinated Debentures, February 19, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 42.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data's $35 Million Debentures Are on Market at 102, February 19, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 42.
 
Minneapolis Star, Expansion Seen at Control Data, March 17, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 44.
 
Business Week, NSP Ad: Control Data Takes on the Giants with Midwest Skills, March 21, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 43.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Shows a Downward Slide 79, March 23, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 46.
 
Action, St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Award, March 30, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 44.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: Why the Nuclear Research Organization for 13 European Nations has Purchased the World's Most Powerful Computer from Control Data...and What This Means to You!, April 22, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 47.
 
Minneapolis Star, Texas Firm Acquired as Subsidiary, May 25, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 46.
 
Forbes, Control Data: Big Success, Big Gamble, June 1, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 49.
 
Nebraska Alumnus, Eleven Cited for Service, June 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 51.
 
Lincoln Evening Journal & Nebraska State Journal, 6 to Get Honorary Degrees at NU, June 5, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 50.
 
Wall Street Journal, Big Board Lifts Ban on Stop Orders in Stock of Control Data.  Box 31, Folder 2
 
Corp., June 15, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 52.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Democracy Thought Gaining in Industry, June 20, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 52.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Control Data Off 7-1/4-Firm Yawns, June 23, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 54.
 
New York Times, Market Marches to 97-3/4 Record Levels, June 27, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 53.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Stocks Struggle to New Peak-Barely, June 27, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 54.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Reduces Some Prices, Rentals of Its Computer Gear, June 30, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 53.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Analysts Huddle: Computers: Course Is Rocky, July 5, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 55.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Board Vote Stock Split, July 26, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 56.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Proposes 3 for 2 Split of Stock, July 27, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 56.
 
Minneapolis Business News, Computer Progress Essential to U.S. World Leadership, July 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 57.
 
Time, Corporations: Poor Mans IBM, August 14, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 58.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Reports 127 Percent Net Gain, August 17, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 59.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's Net Profits Rise 127 Pct., August 18, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 59.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Earnings Spurted 127%, Sales 84% In Fiscal 1964 From 1963, August 18, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 59.
 
Minneapolis Star, Norris Sees Good Times Ahead for Control Data, September 16, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 65.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Cites Competitive Delays, September 16, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 60.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Gain Seen, September 16, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 65.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Sees Gains in Fiscal '65 Sales, Net; 3-2 Split is Approved, September 16, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 60.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Anticipating Further Growth, September 21, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 66.
 
Electronic News, Sperry Rand Sues Control Data Corp., September 21, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 66.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Plans to Buy Data Display, September 22, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 61.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Trades Stock in Acquisition, September 23, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 61.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data, Firm Tentatively OK Acquisition, September 23, 1964,  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 66.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Proposes to Acquire Data Display, September 23, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 61.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans to Acquire N.Y. Firm, September 24, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 66.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, TRG, Inc.: Company Sought by Control Data, September 24, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 63.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Plans to Acquire TRG, Inc., in Stock Transaction, September 24, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 66.
 
Investor's Reader Control Data Programs its Future, November 4, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 63.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data to Purchase Datatrol, November 10, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 63.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Reaches Agreement to Acquire Datatrol for Stock, November 11, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 63.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data, Eastern Firm May Merge, November 11, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 64.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Asks to Void 4 patents of Sperry Rand, December 14, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 62.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Unveils Two Super Computers for High-Speed Service, December 15, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 62.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data States Its Computer Orders Are at Record Level, December 17, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 62.
 
Business Week, Computers Speed Up, December 19, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 67.
 
Detroit Sunday News, Computer Firm President Speaks Here: Control Data Keeps Growing, December 20, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 67.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Acquires Pioneer in Laser Field for $11 Million Stock, December 21, 1964.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 67.
 
Forbes, We're Buying Brains, January 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 68.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Sales, Net Rose Sharply in First Half From Fiscal '64 Period, January 20, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 68.
 
Wall Street Journal, Business Bulletin-Super Computers, January 21, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 69.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, New Facility Set for Control Data, February 4, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 69.
 
Electronic News, Considers Compatibility No Problem for "Leaders", February 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 70.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Pan American Sales Unit Set, February 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 70.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Additional Public Financing Aim of Control Data, March 25, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, 70.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data To Seek New Public Financing; Details Not Yet Decided, March 25, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 70.
 
Polytechnic Engineer, Creativity?: William C. NORRIS, April 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 71.
 
Minneapolis Star, Computer Institute Planned, April 12. 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 72.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, New Institute to Give Computer Training, April 14, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 72.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Acquires NY Processor, , April 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 72.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data: Lease Plan Will Aid Profits, July 8, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 73.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Most Active Stocks, July 8, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 73.
 
New York Times, Stock Overcome Early Weakness, July 9, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 73.
 
Minneapolis Star, Screen Giant Ranked on Top 500 Sales List, July 12, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 73.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Looking for New Directors, July 21, 1966. Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 74.
 
Commercial West Control Data to Open New School to Train Computer Technicians, April 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 75.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Editorial-Control Data's Computer School, April 21, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 75.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's Net Income Rises 43 Pct., April 21, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 76.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Shows Earnings Gain, April 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 76.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Computer-Run Road Control Demonstrated, April 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 76.
 
Sacramento Bee, Automation Grows in Capital, So Will Firm, April 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two page 76.
 
Sacramento Union, Control Data Plans Expansion Locally, April 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 76.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Discusses Buying of "Certain Assets" from General Precision, May 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 77.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data's Issue of Debentures Totaling $40 Million Is Marketed, May 19, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 78.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: Sinking Fund Debentures and 4% Convertible Stock, May 16, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 78.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Acquires Firm in Philadelphia, June 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 78.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data to Buy Building, June 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 79.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Stocks Move Ahead on Strength at Start, June 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 80.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data a Disappointment?, June 20, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 81.
 
New York Times, Late Sales Trim Prices of Stocks, June 24, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 82.
 
Business Weeks, Customer Switcher from Purchase to Lease May Be Reflected in Control Data's Earnings, July 3, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 83.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Purchases Business Computer Line From.  Box 31, Folder 2
 
General Precision, July 7, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 83.
 
Wall Street Journal, Most Active Stocks CDA 37+1, July 8, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 82.
 
Washington Post, Stock Prices Edge Down in Sluggish Industrials decline 2.41, July 8, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 82.
 
Washington Post, Two More Companies Leave Thorny Computer Market, July 8, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 82.
 
Forbes, Control Data's $50 Preferred (paying $2 a year or 4%) at around par, July 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 83.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Sluggish List Loses Ground, July 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 83.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Stock Price Dips, July 25, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 84.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Discharges 400 Employees, August 2, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 86.
 
Minneapolis Star, Father, Son File Suit Against Control Data, August 2, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 86.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data to Contest Damage Suit, August 3, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 86.
 
Wall Street Journal, Honeywell Files Suit Against Control Data on Computer Patents, August 9, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 88.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Receives $14 Million AEC Orders for Computer Systems, August 13, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 88.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Income Up to $1.06 a Share, August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 88.
 
New York Times, Control Data Corp., August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 88.
 
New York Herald Tribune, Profit and Sales Gains Mark Company Reports, August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 89.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Net Income Increases, August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 90.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Net Near 8 Million, August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 90.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Net Rose in Fiscal 1965, with Aid of Accounting Changes, August 17, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 88.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Net Up 31.5% On Rise of 22.4% in Gross, August 23, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 93.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Says Competitor Causes "Confusion in Market", August 28, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 93.
 
Better Investing, Control Data Corp., September 1, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 94.
 
Forbes, Is Control Data in Trouble?, September 15, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 95.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data, in Second Place, Had Volume of 205,000, September 3, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 96.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data, Mentioned in the Rumors, Also Denied, September 21, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 96.
 
Minneapolis Star, Stockholders Told Bad Year, But Control Data Strong, September 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 96.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Doesn't Expect Good Quarter, September 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 96.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Expects to About Break Even in First Fiscal Quarter, September 22, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 97.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans to Acquire Virginia Firm, September 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 97.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Plans Expansion, September 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 97.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data to Acquire for Stock Howard Research Corp., (Arlington, VA), September 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 97.
 
Business Week, Control Data Widens Line, October 2, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 98.
 
Business Week, Diagnosis by Computer Speeds Heart Checkup, October 2, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 99.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Buys Canadian Computer Firm, October 19, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 100.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Reorganizes Products Setup Into 1 Group, October 25, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 100.
 
Wall Street Journal, Abreast of the Market: Most Active Stocks 151,600 CDA 37+2-7/8, October 28, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 101.
 
New York Times, Market Follows AT&T to a loss, October 29, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 100.
 
New York Times, Aluminum Chill Weakens Market, November 9, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
New York Times, Most Action Stocks CDA 295,600 41-5/8+2-5/8, November 9, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
New York Times, Special Call Ad Control Data Close 41-5/8 per 100 41-1/8 February 11 450.00+tax, November 9, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
Wall Street Journal, Abreast of the Market: Most Active List CDA 295,600 41-5/8 + 2-5/8 (3rd time NCR rumor), November 9, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Waltek Bought by Control Data, November 19, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Dow Computer Contract Goes to Control Data, November 24, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 102.
 
Minneapolis Star, United Airlines Agrees to Lease Control Data Computer System,  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 103.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data States Its Order Flow Is Good Backlog Tops, January 6, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
 
Year Ago,  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 103.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Ad: Control Data Evening Computer Courses, January 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 104.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Insiders' Stock Transactions Are Listed, January 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 104.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Revenue Earnings Dip for Control Data, January 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 104.
 
Computing Newsline, Hotline Vol. III-Issue 21, January 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 105.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Alters Sales, Lease prices, January 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 103.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Computer Charges Are Revised, January 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 105.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Revamps Computer Prices to Sell More, Stretch Leases, January 31, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 105.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, 11 Named Advisers for Planning Agency, February 3, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 106.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Officer F.C. Mullaney Quits, February 9, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 107.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Official Resigns, February 9, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 107.
 
Computing Newsline, Hotline Vol. III-Issue 3, February 9, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 110.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Official Resigns in Apparent Dispute Over Policy, February 10, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 106.
 
New York Herald Tribune, No.2 Man Resigns Control Data Job, February 10, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 107.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data, Banks Make New Credit Arrangement, February 12, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 108.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data, Banks Arrange Credit Pact. February 12, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 108.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Editorial: Developments in Computer Industry, February 12, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 109.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Arranges $120 Million Revolving Credit with 10 Banks, February 14, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 108.
 
Electronic News, F.C. Mullaney, Control Data V.P. Resigns, February 14, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 111.
 
Electronic News, Insider Sales Are Persistent, February 14, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 111.
 
EDP Weekly, Thoughts on a Computer Company, February 14, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 112.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data to Stress "Maximizing Profits" On the Slower Sales Rise, February 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 112.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's President Says Worst is Over, February 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 113.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Satisfied Worst Over, February 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 113.
 
Electronic News, Worst Over, Control Data Chief Claims, February 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 114.
 
Computing Newsline, Hotline Vol. II: Issue 4, February 23, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 115.
 
New York Herald Tribune, New Control Data Exit, February 25, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 116.
 
Wall Street Journal, Who's News: Robert Kisch, a Founder of Control Data, Resigns, February 25, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 116.
 
Business Week, Joining the Ranks of the Renters, February 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 117.
 
Electronic News, Control Data Files with SEC for 31 Selling Stockholders, February 28, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 118.
 
Electronic News, Kisch Leaves "Personal" Reasons Cited.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 118.
 
Electronic News, Statement Updates One Filed November 26, February 28, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 118.
 
Electronic News, Thornton Named New Technical V.P., February 28, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 118.
 
Forbes, Slow Down and Live CDA 32-1/2, March 1, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 119.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Computer Aid OK'd for Idle, March 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 120.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Computer Role Is Big in Defense Planning, March 27, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 121.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Economic Boom Echoed in Region Throughout 1965. March 27, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 121.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, University Orders Computer Systems, April 1, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 120.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, 4 Minneapolis Based Firms Make Gilbert's Honor Roll, April 3, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 120.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Big Computer Becomes Headache in Control Data Plans, April 17, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 122.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Oil Firm Orders Control Data's 6600 Computer, April 20, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 122.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans New Institutes, April 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 123.
 
Washington Star, Control Data to Start Arlington Training Unit, April 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 123.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Buys Company in Italy, April 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 123.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Reports $1.8 Million Loss, April 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 124.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data 9-month Loss Total $1.8 Million, April 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 124.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Had Indicated Deficit In Third Quarter, April 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 124.
 
Fortune, Control Data's Challenge, May 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 125.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data to Receive Post Office Contract, May 5, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 125.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Teamsters' Local 970 Bids to Organize Employees of 9 Control Data Corp. Plants, May 18, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 125.
 
Minneapolis Star, Teamsters Seek to Unionize Control Data, May 19, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 126.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, U.S. Bans City Computer Sale to France, May 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 127.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data 'Insiders' Sell 6,000 Shares, May 23, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 126.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Back-Door Control of Nuclear Power, May 24, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Pages 126-127.
 
Wall Street Journal, 'Technical Difficulties' to Delay Slated Debut of New IBM Computer, May 25, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 128.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Boosts 6000 Computer Output, June 2, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 128.
 
Minneapolis Star, Post Office Computer System Set, June 8, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 128.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Most Active Stocks 156,600 36-3/4 +2, June 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 129.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, NASA Awards Computer Pact to Control Data, June 16, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 129.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Most Active Stocks 147,400 37-1/4 +1/2, June 17, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 129.
 
New York Times, Stock Prices Up As Volume Falls, June 17, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 130.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, What's Going On At Control Data?, June 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 130.
 
Wall Street Journal, Dissension Flares Anew as 3 More Executives Resign at Control Data, July 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 131.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Four More Resign from Control Data, July 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 132.
 
Wall Street Journal, Abreast of the Market, July 25, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 132.
 
New York Times, Control Data Adds Board Member, July 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 133.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Elects George A. Strichman, Colt Head to Its Board, July 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 133.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Strichman is Board Member of Control Data, July 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 133.
 
Minneapolis Star, Colt Officer Added to Data Board, July 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 133.
 
Business Week, When a Whiz Kid Grows Up, July 30, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 134.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data's Chief Exudes Confidence Despite Recent Losses, Executive Hassle, August 4, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 135.
 
Financial World, Investment Background: Control Data Regroups, August 17, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 136.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's Yearly Net Loss Is $1.9 Million, August 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 137.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Shows $1.9 Million Loss, August 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 137.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Loss for '66 Confirmed. August 26, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 138.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Chief Sees Profit in 1967, Future Improvement, August 30, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 138.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Institute Can't Fill Job Demand, September 18, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 139.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Expects Profit in Second Half, September 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 140.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Expects Profitable Fiscal 1967, Chairman Tells Meeting, September 21, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 140.
 
Minneapolis Star, Doctors Bristle as Computers Slice Into Diagnostic Work, September 29, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 141.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Computer May Go to France, October 19, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 142.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data May Sell Computers To France, October 19, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 142.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Officer Comments on Sales, October 19, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 142.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Reports Decrease In Earnings, October 20, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 143.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data's First Quarter Earnings Dip, October 20, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 143.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Income Tops Year-Ago Figure, October 20, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 143.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Earnings Fall in First Quarter But Topped Prediction, October 20, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 143.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, France Says Computer Sale Ban Lifted, October 22, 1966.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 144.
 
Jay/Scene, Bosses Night Speaker W.C. Norris Control Data Corp., January 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 144.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Net Rises to $1,612,215, January 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 146.
 
Business Week, Wall Street Talks, January 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 146.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Chief to Talk To 'Bosses', January 23, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 146.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Corp. Indicated It Earned Profit in 2nd Quarter, January 23, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 146.
 
Forbes, Faces Behind the Figures: William C. Norris, Narrow Escape, March 1, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 147.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Profit In Third Period Gained From Previous Quarter, April 10, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 148.
 
Omaha World-Herald, Computer Plant to Come Here, April 13, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 148.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans to Acquire Firm, April 15, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 149.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data Seeking St. Paul Firm, April 15, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 149.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Gains Sharply in Quarter, April 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 150.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Indicate A Profit Was Posted in 3rd Fiscal Quarter, April 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 150.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Market Makes Another Gain Fifteen Most Active Stock Control Data 138,000 76.3 + 2.7, April 22, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 150.
 
New York Post, Soaring Career of Control Data Stock, May 1, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 151.
 
New York Times, Market Place: Icing on Cake Control Data's CDA 95-3/8 +4-1/8, May 16, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 151.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Expects New Financing Plans to Be Completed Soon, July 28, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 152.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Rebound Shown in Stock Leap, July 30, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 153.
 
Business Week, Computer's Little Helpers Multiply, August 5, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 154.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Reaches Preliminary Agreement to Buy C-E-I-R, Inc., August 16, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 155.
 
New York Times, Ad: Control Data: Volatile, High P/E, August 18, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 155.
 
New York Times, Comeback Made by Control Data, August 19, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 155.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Corp. Hand Profit in Fiscal '67, August 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 155.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Seeks Approval for French Plant, August 22, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 156.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Stockholders will be Asked to Elect Gen. Bernard A. Schriever a Director, August 22, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Twp, page 156.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data Reveals New Development, September 19, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 157.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Expects Substantial Increase in Net This Fiscal Year, September 20, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 157.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Norris Expects Record Sales, Earnings for Control Data, September 20, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 158.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data, C-E-I-R Deal Gains, September 21, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 158.
 
Business Automation, Control Data Builds on Business, September 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 159.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Earnings Spurted to a Record in 1st Fiscal Quarter, October 23, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 160.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Announces Plan to Build Plant To Train Unskilled, November 27, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, 160.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data and the North Side, November 28, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 161.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans Plant on North Side, November 28, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 162.
 
Minneapolis Star, Editorial: Industry Moves to the Ghetto, November 28, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 162.
 
Wall Street Journal, Ad: New Issue, Control Data Corporation $56,000,000 5-1/2% Sinking Fund Debentures Due 1987 373,334 Shares Common Stock (Per Value $.50), December 13, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 163.
 
Minneapolis Star, Control Data Corp. to Rent Computer to Standard and Poor, December 25, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 164.
 
Newsweek, Sweetest Stock of '67, December 25, 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 165.
 
Forbes, You Can Un-hang the Crepe Now, January 1, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 166.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Will Buy Unit From SCM Corp. for Undisclosed Sum, January 24, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 166.
 
St. Paul Dispatch, Control Data Plans Acquisition of Firm, February 13, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 167.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Plans To Acquire Computer Firm, February 14, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 167.
 
Forbes, Trends & Tangents, February 15, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 168.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, St. Paul's Millionaires, February 18, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 168.
 
Fortune, Control Data's Newest Cliffhanger, February 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 169.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, U.S. Awards Control Data $1 Million to Train Jobless, February 24, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 170.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, City-Based Firms Among Leading Gainers, Losers, February 25, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 170.
 
Wall Street Journal, Most Active Stocks, March 1, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 171.
 
Wall Street Journal. Most Active Stocks, March 4, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 171.
 
New York Times, Market Place: Another Look At Control Data, March 9, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 171.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Ends Plan to Acquire a Company, May 13, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 171.
 
Omaha World-Herald, Control Data Plant Starts Work, May 26, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 172.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Control Data Plans $550-Million Deal, June 17, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 173.
 
Wall Street Journal, Loew's Concedes Its Commercial Credit Bid Failed, July 2, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 174.
 
St. Paul Pioneer Press, Control Data's Land Deal Hit, July 25, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 174.
 
Fortune, Businessmen in the News: Employing the Unemployable, July 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 175.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Loew's Drops Suit to Block Control Data Corporation Merger, July 10, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 176.
 
Minneapolis Start Control Data Will Acquire Data Firm, July 18,1 968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 177.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Renewal, July 18, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 178.
 
Minneapolis Tribune, Editorial: Another Chapter From Horatio Alger, August 18, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook Two, page 179.
 
Wall Street Journal, Control Data Sues IBM for Damages In Anti-trust Case, December 12, 1968.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 180.
 
Photographs  
Box 31
Cedar Engineering Building, May 1962.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 1.
 
Listing Ceremonies, NY Stock Exchange: (L to R) Edward C. Gray, William C. Norris, R.J. Silvers, March 6, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 13.
 
Listing Ceremonies, NY Stock Exchange: 10 people including Frank C. Mullaney, Edward C. Gray, William C. Norris, R.J. Silvers, William R. Keye,  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook Two, page 13.
 
Arden Hills facility steel frame work under construction, July 2, 1963.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Scrapbook two, page 21.
 
Horseshoe Room, William C. Norris, Thomas G. Kamp, et al, 3 photographs, July 30, 1965.  Box 31, Folder 2
Note Page 72.
 
Digigraphics reproduction of photo of William C. Norris, circa January 1967.  Box 31, Folder 3
Note Scrapbook two, page 145.
Box 35
Original William Norris Scrapbooks, 1955-1968 Box 35
Note Originals of the photocopied scrapbooks in Box 31.
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