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The Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation (CTR) was incorporated on June 15 [[1911]] in Endicott]], [[New York]] a few miles west of Binghamton, New York. CTR was formed through a [[merger]] of three separate corporations: Herman Hollerith Tabulating Machine Company (founded [[1896]] in [[Washington D.C.]]), the Computing Scale Corporation (founded [[1901]] in Dayton, [[Ohio]]) and the International Time Recording Company (founded [[1900]] in Endicott, New York).
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The Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation (CTR) was incorporated on June 15 [[1911]] in Endicott, [[New York]] a few miles west of Binghamton, New York. CTR was formed through a [[merger]] of three separate corporations: Herman Hollerith Tabulating Machine Company (founded [[1896]] in [[Washington D.C.]]), the Computing Scale Corporation (founded [[1901]] in Dayton, [[Ohio]]) and the International Time Recording Company (founded [[1900]] in Endicott, New York).

Latest revision as of 10:30, 2 November 2006

The Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation (CTR) was incorporated on June 15 1911 in Endicott, New York a few miles west of Binghamton, New York. CTR was formed through a merger of three separate corporations: Herman Hollerith Tabulating Machine Company (founded 1896 in Washington D.C.), the Computing Scale Corporation (founded 1901 in Dayton, Ohio) and the International Time Recording Company (founded 1900 in Endicott, New York).