The June 2006 Oughtred Society Meeting
At the Computer Science Museum, Mountain View Cal.
The following is a picture tour around the room of the different exhibits. We all had 3 minutes for show-and-tell. Some took a lot more than 3 minutes.
Clark McCoy's table
Clark talking about some of his rules.
Curtis Jones' table
Curtis showing his original slide rule in college
Kate Mathews table with a chart that she used later in a presentation about the future plans of the Society
Kate doing her show-and-tell.
Steven Mays' table
Bob DeCesaris looking over Ted Hume's table
Ted talking about some of his rules
Peter Nuth's table
Richard Collins' table
Richard talking about his slide rules
Bob Otnes' table featuring a real eBay find.
Bob talking about his eBay find.
Bob showing of his early 1600s log table books
Tom Wyman's table featuring the "Millionaire" mechanical calculator that was donated to the society.
Close ups of Tom's table
More close ups of Tom's table.
Tom talking about the Millionaire calculator.
Gerd Keuffel's table. Much of it was for sale.
Gerd talking about one of his rules
Debora Douglas' table featuring more samples from the K&E collection at the MIT Museum.
Deborah showing one of the strange items in the K&E collection.
David McFarland talking about his special slide rules for machine shop operations.
Marion Moon's table
Marion talking about his collection.
George Kaplan talking about his rules.
Rodger Shepard and his three tables of slide rules for sale.
Bob DeCesaris shows of some of the over 90 circular slide rules in his collection.
Close ups of some of Bob's collection
Mike Konshak telling about his collection and his on-line museum.
Ron Knapp showing off some his crazy finds.
Bob Kopanny talking about some of his collection.
Richard Hughes tell about slide rule experiences in the early 1960s
Conrad Schure showing off his slide rule watches
Caught Deborah Douglas and Kate Matthews for picture pose
Marion Moon, Peter Nuth, and Richard Hughes watching one of the show-and-tells.