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What an amazing night! Kathy Kleimer spoke about the ENIAC 6, six women who programed the world’s first general-purpose, programmable, all-electronic computer. She spent decades interviewing four of the six technological revolutionaries and compiled their stories into the book ‘Proving Ground,’ which she signed last night at Havre de Grace High School. See MoreSee Less

What an amazing night! Kathy Kleimer spoke about the ENIAC 6, six women who programed the world’s first general-purpose, programmable, all-electronic computer. She spent decades interviewing four of the six technological revolutionaries and compiled their stories into the book Proving Ground, which she signed last night at Havre de Grace High School.

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Was this recorded? I just saw your post. Sorry I missed it.

Harford County has designated the 176-year-old Kurtz Mansion in Jarrettsville for protection as a County Historic Landmark, at the request of its owner.

After unanimous approval by the Harford County Historic Preservation Commission in July, the designation was unanimously approved by the Harford County Council on September 20.

Read more here: www.harfordcountymd.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/2127
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About time the county government decided to start saving our historic homes and buildings before they got rid of all our history like in town

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