Classic Computer Rescue List

From: Gary S. Katz <>
Date: Thu Jun 12 17:28:00 1997

OK, here's my $.02 --

Sign me up for these geographic regions:

                1) Northwestern Baltimore (Owings Mills)
                2) Western Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh/Latrobe)
                3) Central NJ (East Brunswick)

I'm currently living in #1, storing most of my TRS-80 / Commodore
collection in #3 (parents), and visit #2 (in-laws) at least once a
month. I'll also seek out Atari 8-bits (I have a 400 in working

I'm particularly interested in the Radio Shack Line (have 4 Mod 1's
and am working on a vintage Mod 3). I also have a 102, PC-3 and

HOWEVER, like other posters to this list, I have a wife that "simply
doesn't understand the value of old computers" and am currently
living in a townhouse with two young sons (read: ZERO storage space).
As such, I don't think I can comfortably call myself the first line
of defense in most salvage and rescue cases.

Glad to see this project come to life in such short order!

-Gary Katz

> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 1997 00:15:48 -0700
> From: Marvin <>
> Subject: Re: Classic Computer Rescue List
> To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers <>
> Reply-to:

> Isaac Davis wrote:
> >
> > Ok, I have taken the info I got from today, and put it up on the web.
> > Nothing fancy, and I haven't indexed it yet with any search engines. Take a
> > look at it and let me know what you think, or if you want to change your
> > information. The url is:
> >
> >
> >
> Hi Isaac, I just took a look at the page and it looks good! I think
> this type of page is a first on the Internet and I suspect it will
> provide a lot of leads quickly once people start to hear about it.
> As far as my info, could you add that my main area of interest is
> microcomputers from the 70's with the associated documentation? Thanks!
Gary S. Katz
626C OEH
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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(412) 624-5407 fax
Received on Thu Jun 12 1997 - 17:28:00 BST

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