David C. Evans papers, 1958-1987  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Evans, David C.
Title
David C. Evans papers
Dates
1958-1987 (inclusive)
Quantity
73 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0625
Summary
The David C. Evans papers (1958-1987) contain correspondence, annual reports, financial documents, brochures, meeting minutes, and reports primarily concerning the operations of Evans and Sutherland Computer Corporation; articles on computer science; correspondence, speeches, and clippings concerning David Evans' activities as a professor at the University of Utah and as a community leader.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

David Cannon Evans was born February 24, 1924, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the son of David W. and Beatrice C. Evans. His father was the founder and president of David W. Evans, Inc., an advertising firm. He married Joy Frewin in 1947, and is the father of seven children.

Evans attended the University of Utah, receiving his Bachelor of Science in Physics in 1949 and his Doctorate in Physics in 1953. After completing his education, he was employed by the Bendix Corp. as Senior Physicist in the Computer Division. In 1955, he was promoted to Director of Engineering of the Computer Division. This position gave him responsibility for research, development, and product design of commercial computing systems and special purpose information processing systems for military and industrial applications. Two of the most noteworthy projects he directed while at Bendix were the innovative G-20 computing system and the G-15 computer, the first inexpensive general purpose computer to be mass produced.

In 1962, Evans joined the faculty of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah. He later was named the University's first Director of Computer Science in 1965, becoming the main force in the founding of the Computer Science Department. During his years at the University of Utah, Evans pioneered time-shared computing systems, as well as real-time continuous-tone computer graphics. Other research activities included the hidden-line problem, syntax-directed computers, constraint processor declarative languages, and memory systems. Evans left his full-time position at the University in 1966, but continued his involvement with the institution as an Adjunct Professor. In 1967, he served on the University of Utah Academic Policy Committee.

During the same years he was employed by the University of Utah, Evans was also a Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Associate Director of the Computer Center at the University of California at Berkeley. During this time, he was the principal investigator of a project sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (United States Department of Defense) aimed at improving computer-aided problem solving capabilities.

Along with Ivan Sutherland, Evans founded Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation in 1968, serving as President and/or Chief Executive Officer until his retirement.

Throughout his life, Evans was involved in numerous professional organizations. These included the American Federation of Information Processing Societies, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the National Academy of Engineering, the National Academy of Science, the American Electronics Association, the Utah Engineers Council, the Association for Computing Machinery, the National Research Council's Committee on Computer-Aided Manufacturing, the Committee for Computer Science in Electrical Engineering, and various university advisory committees, among others. In addition, he was also involved in community service, participating in directorial capacities for Westminster College and Holy Cross Hospital. He was also Vice Chair of the State of Utah Steering Committee for Systems Planning and Computing, and was involved with the Boy Scouts of America throughout his life.

Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation was founded by David Evans and Ivan Sutherland in 1968. The first offices for the company were in a building on the University of Utah campus. Eventually, the company found a permanent home in the University of Utah Research Park, where it grew to a company occupying four buildings and employing 830 people, with sales of 60 million, by 1982. Before going public, the company was a privately held company backed by a group of eastern investment groups. These included Venrock, the Venture Capital Investment Co. of the Rockefeller family, the Endowment Management and Research Corp., GCA Corp., and Hambrecht & Quist investment bankers.

The company was one of the first developers of interactive graphics. The first product produced by the company was the Line Drawing System, a high-speed interactive graphics display system patterned after a prototype based on research done by Dr. Sutherland at Harvard University. The application of the Line Drawing System to flight simulation followed its introduction.

Along with advanced versions of the Line Drawing System, other computer graphics systems have been developed by the company. Novoview was a family of computer image generators which produce visual scenes for use in pilot training simulation. This product was the outcome of Evans & Sutherland's collaboration with Redifon/Rediffusion, a European company specializing in computer simulation. The Picture System product line was a three-dimensional graphics system which yielded smooth motion computations for rotation, translation, clipping, scaling and zoom display requirements. Other products, including Digistar, a system which adapted computer graphics for projection displays in planetariums, have also been developed by the company.

In addition to its collaboration with Redifon/Rediffusion, Evans & Sutherland purchased or invested in other companies to enhance their product line. These include Shape Data, VLSI Technologies, Inc., Mosaic Systems, and Unicad. Major customers included many commercial airlines, Volkswagen, General Motors, McDonnell Douglas, the United States Department of Defense, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Boeing, General Dynamics, General Electric, International Business Machines, and Northrup.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Although this collection is named for David C. Evans, the donor of the papers, it is more accurate to say that the collection contains papers important to the history of the Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation, of which David Evans was a founder and CEO. While part of the collection does represent some of Evans' individual achievements outside of the company, it is his role in company activities that provides the cohesive element to this collection. The documents, most notably the internal and external correspondence, provide a reflection of Evans' impact on the success of Evans & Sutherland.

Another important aspect of this collection is the multitude of documents which cover a wide range of topics within the computer science field, especially the business side. Annual reports, financial documents, product brochures, correspondence, and other documents provide data on a plethora of individual companies. The market reports found with the material on investment firms give vital financial information. In addition, material describing computer science activities at various universities, especially the University of Utah, can be found in the collection. The academic papers in Section VIII document some of the scientific developments in computer science. Along with other documents throughout the collection, these papers also assist in understanding individual achievements, most notably in the development of computer graphics.

The collection is divided into nine sections. The first section, David Evans Personal, contains items connected to Evans as an individual, both in and out of the company. Correspondence, speeches, and news clippings show Evans as father, colleague, and community leader. Correspondence, speeches, and other documents show Evans as educator, recording part of Evans' years at the University of Utah.

Section II, Evans & Sutherland Board of Directors, contains documents found in Evans' files which were produced as a result of the activities of the company's board of directors. Along with correspondence, included are meeting agendas and minutes, resolutions, financial summaries, and information on some of the board members who served at various times.

The third section, Company Operations, is concerned with documents stemming from administrative activities within Evans & Sutherland. Sections IV and V focus on specific areas of Evans & Sutherland business activity. Section IV, Engineering and Products, contains correspondence, reports, brochures, and other items documenting Evans & Sutherland products and research and development efforts. (These materials do not give a complete representation of Evans & Sutherland products, however.) Section V, Affiliated Companies and Customers, contains items associated with companies which maintained some form of business relationship with Evans & Sutherland. This relationship may have been as an Evans & Sutherland customer, vendor, or collaborator.

Section VI, Professional Organizations and Conferences, contains items relating to organizations and conferences in which Evans either participated or received information on possible participation. Section VII, Computer and Electronics Companies, contains materials concerning various companies involved in the computer and electronics industries for which no apparent business relationship with Evans & Sutherland was discerned. Section VIII, Professional papers, contains the large amount of academic and other papers written about computer technology found in the collection. Other papers published by a specific company are found in the appropriate section under the company name.

Section IX, Miscellaneous, contains items which do not have a discernible relationship with David Evans' personal life or business affairs, nor have any connection with the business affairs of Evans & Sutherland. This includes items on a variety of companies and universities which may have been the subject of proposed or actual business relationships with Evans or Evans & Sutherland, as well as items retained due to some connection with computer science, education, or industry which remained otherwise unidentifiable.

Throughout the register, correspondence refers to both company memoranda, external correspondence, and, in some instances, telephone call reports. Correspondence and any attached materials have remained together. Oversize materials were removed to the final box in the collection, and their original locations are noted there, as well as in the original location.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the David C. Evans papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: David C. Evans papers, Ms 625, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: Ms 625.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I:  David Evans PersonalReturn to Top

The material in this section consists of items directly related to David Evans' activities outside of Evans & Sutherland, as well as items concerned with Evans' role as CEO of Evans & Sutherland. Boxes 1 and 2 hold correspondence addressed to and from Evans concerned with subject matters outside of Evans & Sutherland business relations. Boxes 3 and 4 contain materials connected with Evans' role in a variety of community organizations of a non-profit nature, including the Mayo clinic, for which Evans served on the National Advisory Committee. Box 5 includes items relating to Evans' years as a professor at the University of Utah, as well as texts and related items for speeches given by Evans over the years. Box 6 contains biographical descriptions of Evans, as well as items relating to awards, the Evans family, and personal miscellaneous. Box 7 holds Evans' appointment calendars for 1964-1984. Academic papers written by Evans are located in box 134, and other items relating to the University of Utah are in box 140.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
Personal Correspondence
1969-1982
Folder
2 1-12
Personal Correspondence
1982-1987
2 13
Greeting Cards
Community Affiliations
Box Folder
3 1-4
Westminster College Board of Trustees, Correspondence
1985-1988
3 5-7
Westminster College Board of Trustees Executive Committee, Meeting Minutes and Miscellaneous
1985-1988
3 8
State of Utah Computer Planning Subcommittee, Correspondence
1973-1974
3 9
State of Utah Computer Planning Subcommittee
Systems Planning Bill and attached correspondence.
1974
3 10
State of Utah Computer Planning Subcommittee, Meeting Minutes and Agenda
1973-1974
3 11-12
State of Utah Computer Planning Subcommittee, Report
1973
3 13
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Correspondence
1982-1985
3 14-15
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Meeting Minutes
1985
3 16
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Small Business Subcommittee
Meeting materials.
1985
3 17
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Activity Reports
1985
3 18
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Brochures
1982, 1984
3 19
Utah Department of Community and Economic Development, Economic Development Board, Briefs
1985
3 20
Holy Cross Hospital Pastoral Care Council, Correspondence
1981-1986
3 21
Holy Cross Hospital Pastoral Care Council, Bylaws
3 22
Holy Cross Hospital Pastoral Care Council, Meeting Minutes and Agendas
1979-1982
3 23
Utah Symphony Advisory Board, Correspondence
1978-1986
3 24
University of Utah College of Engineering State Advisory Board
Proposal with correspondence.
1985-1987
3 25
University of Utah National Advisory Council, Correspondence
1985-1986
3 26
Carnegie-Mellon University Advisory Committee On Computer Science
Committee report with correspondence.
1975-1977
3 27
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Correspondence and documents.
1986
3 28
Citizen Ambassador Program, Correspondence
1987
3 29
Harvard University Center for Research in Computing Technology & Office for Information Technology
Committee assignments directory. Evans is listed on page 49.
1973-1974
3 30-31
Stanford University Advisory Committee on Computer Science, Correspondence and Reports
1972-1978
Mayo Clinic
Box Folder
4 1-2
Correspondence
Photographs attached to correspondence from R. Robb, August 8, 1980, have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 21.
1971-1983
4 3-7
Meeting Agenda
1978
4 8-9
Richard A. Robb Reprints
1981
4 10-12
Progress Report
"Computer Analyses of Biosystem Structures and Function."
1981
4 13-25
Grant Application
1982-1985
4 26-27
Computer Acquisition Memorandum
1980
University of Utah and Speeches
The first half of this box contains items, mostly correspondence, connected with Evans' years as a professor at the University of Utah. Richard Riesenfeld was a colleague in the Department of Computer Science. Items concerning travel by David Evans while at the University of Utah are located in box 45. Other material concerning the University of Utah is located in box 140. Some of the speech material which concludes this box is also connected with Evans' time at the University of Utah.
Box Folder
5 1-5
University of Utah, Correspondence
1967-1987
5 6-8
Richard Riesenfeld, Correspondence
1974-1985
5 9-11
Graduate Students
Correspondence and other documents relating to students Jerald Evans, Lance Williams and Ali Fakharzdah.
1974-1979
5 12-13
Exam Masters
5 14
University of Utah, Miscellaneous
1972-1977
5 15-16
Speeches and Lectures, Correspondence
1967-1986
5 17-28
Speeches and Lectures
Notes and transcripts for speeches and lectures. Included are presentations at the Hambrecht & Quist Technology Conference, Purdue University, Sigma Xi, the University of Utah Conference On Computer-Aided Geometric Design, and University of Utah Homecoming; as well as speeches titled "Introduction To Computer Concepts" and "The Nature of Computing Machines."
1966-1985
5 29
Speech Drafts
5 30
Abstracts and Speeches
1967-1987
Biographies, Awards, Evans Family, Notes, and Miscellaneous
Box Folder
6 1-2
Biographical Descriptions
6 3
University of Utah Distinguished Alumnus Award
Nomination documents.
1980
6 4
University of Utah President's Circle Award
Correspondence and news clippings.
1983
6 5
Brigham Young University Honorary Doctorate
Nomination documents.
1983
6 6
Award Certificates
Presented by the U.S. Department of Defense and the Salt Lake City Jaycees.
1968, 1983
6 7
Joy Evans, Miscellaneous
1980-1987
6 8
David W. and Beatrice Evans
Correspondence and memorabilia concerning Evans' parents.
1980-1983
6 9
Evans Family, Miscellaneous
1978-1987
6 10
Summit County Property
Correspondence and documents concerning the Evans family's vacation cabin.
1978-1979
6 11
Insurance
1970-1983
6 12
Financial
1970-1983
6 13
Passport Forms
1978
6 14
Messages, Notes from Evan's Secretary
1972-1983
6 15
Handwritten Notes
6 16-23
Handwritten Notes
1970-1982
6 24
Miscellaneous
Box
7
Appointment Books
1964-1984

II:  Evans & Sutherland Board Of DirectorsReturn to Top

The boxes in this section contain items resulting from the actions of the Evans & Sutherland Board of Directors. Included is correspondence relating to meetings and actions of the Board; correspondence to and from Board members; miscellaneous items concerning Board members other than David Evans, especially Ivan Sutherland; meeting agendas and minutes; items produced by and for the Board's compensation committee; sales forecasts produced for the benefit of the Board; and miscellaneous items found with or relating to other items in this section.

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence and Board Member Items
Folders 13-28 of box 9 contain non-correspondence items pertaining directly to an individual board member. Academic papers written by Ivan Sutherland are located in box 133.
Box
8
Correspondence
1969-1979
Folder
9 1-12
Correspondence
1980-1987
9 13
Cornelius H. Borman
9 14
Peter O. Crisp
9 15
Christopher C. Demisch
9 16
William Hambrecht
9 17
Maurice Horrell
9 18
Carl F. J. Overhage
9 19
Ivan Sutherland
Invoices, correspondence and miscellaneous pertaining to his role as an Evans & Sutherland consultant.
9 20
Ivan Sutherland
Items published by the California Institute of Technology which mention Sutherland.
1977
9 21-22
Ivan Sutherland, Electric Picture Company Proposal
1973
9 23
Ivan Sutherland, Electric Picture Company T. V. Show Cost Estimate
1973
9 24
Ivan Sutherland, Research Proposal with Carver Mead
1977
9 25
Ivan Sutherland, Biographical Descriptions
9 26
Ivan Sutherland, Miscellaneous
9 27
Theodore F. Walkowicz
9 28-29
Theodore F. Walkowicz, Consulting Agreement with Correspondence
1980-1981
9 30
Derek Young and W. S. Robertson
9 31-33
Directors' Questionnaires
1979-1980, 1983
9 34
Board Member Lists
Box
10
Meeting Agendas
1969-1983
11
Meeting Agendas
1983-1987
Meeting Minutes and Compensation Committee
Box Folder
12 1-17
Meeting Minutes
1968-1986
12 18
Compensation Committee, Correspondence
1973-1985
12 19
Compensation Committee
Meeting minutes.
1976-1984
12 20
Compensation Committee
Sales compensation plan with correspondence.
1977
12 21
Compensation Committee, Miscellaneous
1975-1983
Sales Forecasts and Miscellaneous
Box Folder
13 1-10
Sales Forecasts
1976-1981
13 11-12
Business Plans
1984-1989
13 13
Simulation Systems Presentation
1980
13 14
Rediffusion Negotiations
Report draft.
1984
13 15-16
Anti-Trust Aspects of Interlocking Director-ships
Legal correspondence with attached documents.
1982
13 17
Audit Committee Reports
1977-1983
13 18-19
Auditors Report
1972
13 20
Board Resolutions
13 21
Handwritten notes
13 22
Miscellaneous Production, Financial, Organizational and Legal Documents

III:  Company OperationsReturn to Top

This section contains items involving the internal operations of Evans & Sutherland, except for engineering and production (see section IV). The role of Evans and other individuals in company operations is seen, mostly within the correspondence. Boxes 14 and 15 contain general company correspondence which does not fall under other subject headings; legal documents and correspondence; and business plans. Boxes 16-20 contain items pertaining to the personnel department of Evans & Sutherland, while boxes 21-22 contain items pertaining to sales activities. Boxes 23-25 contain financial correspondence and documents. The items in boxes 26-37 are related to the investment activities of Evans & Sutherland, and boxes 38, 39 and 40 hold documents and correspondence connected with Evans & Sutherland public stock. Boxes 41-47 contain items relating to other areas of Evans & Sutherland's internal operations.

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence and Legal Documents
Box Folder
14 1-14
General Correspondence
1969-1987
14 15
David Evans Correspondence
Addressed to all employees.
1975-1985
14 16
Legal Correspondence
1972-1982
14 17
Legal Policy
14 18
Legal Functions Status Report
1981
14 19
Suitter, Axland, Armstrong & Hanson, Correspondence
1972-1986
14 20
Jay Beck Litigation
Correspondence and attached documents.
1982
14 21
Thomas Beardsley Claim
Correspondence and attached documents.
1982
14 22
Hansen Associates Litigation
1976
14 23
RDA Litigation
1977-1978
14 24
Company Bylaws
14 25
Use of Used Components, Draft Memorandum
1982
14 26
Energy Conversion Devices, Subpoena
1985
14 27
OEM Agreement
1981
14 28
System Builder's License Agreement
1981
14 29
Property Rights Agreement
1977-1983
14 30
Distribution Agreement
1972
14 31
Utah Computer Law and Business Report, with Attached Correspondence
1984
Business Plans and Reports
Box Folder
15 1-6
Management Plan
1970
15 7-9
Operating Plans
Plans, plan draft, and commentary.
1978-1979
15 10
Business Plan
15 11
Capital Equipment Requirements
1974
15 12
Development Program
1978
15 13
Productivity Analysis
1980
15 14
Strategic Planning
1981
15 15
CAD/CAM Business Objectives
1984
15 16-23
Miscellaneous Reports
1970-1982
15 24-26
Planning and Strategy Conference, Planning Session
1984
15 27-30
Planning and Strategy Conference, Summary Report
1984
15 31
Planning and Strategy Conference, Product Reports
1984
15 32
Planning and Strategy Conference, Micro-computer Report
1984
15 33
Planning and Strategy Conference, Strategic Planning
1984
15 34
Planning and Strategy Conference, Notes
1984
15 35
Planning and Strategy Conference, Miscellaneous
1984
15 36
Custom LSI Capability Proposal
1980
Personnel Policy and Employee Benefits
Box Folder
16 1-2
Personnel Policy and Procedure Correspondence and Report
1970-1987
16 3
Pension Plan Correspondence
1977-1987
16 4
R. E. Wilcox & Company
Correspondence with consulting actuaries concerning the employee pension plan.
1981-1982
16 5-7
Pension Program, New York Life Proposals and Notes
1977-1978
16 8-9
Pension Plan
1986
16 10
Pension Plan Amendment
1987
16 11
Pension Plan Trust Agreement
1980
16 12
Pension Plan Employee Booklet
1980
16 13
Sick Leave and Vacation Benefits, Correspondence
1978-1985
16 14
Health Benefits, Correspondence, Fact Book, and News Clippings
1978-1982
16 15
Medical Benefit Plan
1976
16 16
Disability Benefits, Correspondence and Plans
1978-1987
16 17-19
Employee Savings Plan
1986-1987
16 20
Company Holidays
1970-1987
16 21
Company Parties
1970-1979
16 22
Benefits Evaluation Report
1978
16 23
Handwritten Notes
1978
16 24
Other Benefits
Correspondence, policy guidelines and reports.
1970-1984
Employee Compensation
Box Folder
17 1
Correspondence
1971-1983
17 2-6
Compensation Plans
1979-1983
17 7-11
Salary Surveys
1979-1982
17 12
Salary Comparison Report
1981
17 13
Labor Shortage Exception
Correspondence and attached documents, and Council on Wage and Price Stability.
1979
17 14
Compensation Reviews
1977
17 15
Compensation Planning, Article Reprint
1982
17 16
Compensation Notes and Charts
1974-1981
17 17
Pay Rate Approval Request
Correspondence with the Council on Wage and Price Stability.
1979
17 18
Determination Request
Correspondence with the Council on Wage and Price Stability.
1979
17 19
Hay Associates
Correspondence with personnel and compensation consultants.
1983
17 20
Hay Associates Compensation Survey, Summary Report
1981
17 21-22
Hay Associates, Compensation Audit
1982
17 23
Hay Associates, Remuneration Audit Proposal
1981
17 24-26
Hay Associates, Remuneration Audit
1981
17 27
Hay Associates, Salary Data
1982
17 28
Hay Associates, Update
October 4, 1982
17 29
Hay Associates; Bulletin, and Management Memo
1982
17 30
Hay Associates, Managing Compensation in Uncertain Times
Compensation conference proceedings.
1982
17 31
Compensation News Clippings
1973-1979
Hiring and Personnel Miscellaneous
Box Folder
18 1
Hiring Correspondence
1969-1981
18 2
Hiring Authorizations
1970-1977
18 3-4
Organizational Correspondence
1970-1987
18 5
Company Organization Reports
1970-1978
18 6-12
Organization Structure Reports
1978-1980
18 13
Organizational Charts
1969-1981
18 14
Charles Zabriskie Associates
Correspondence and attached documents.
1981-1982
18 15
Hiring Advertisements
1970-1976
18 16-17
New Hires, Transfers and Promotions
Correspondence and applications.
1970-1987
18 18
Employment Status Reports
1977-1980
18 19
Turnover Report
1979
18 20
Utah Department of Employment Security
Report to Governor's office.
1984
18 21
Independent Contractors
Contract and blank form.
1981
18 22
Affirmative Action
Correspondence and manpower report.
1974-1981
18 23-25
Affirmative Action
Program descriptions.
1974-1976
18 26
Equal Employment Opportunity Report
1984
19 1
Employee Agreements
1970-1978
19 2
Employee Evaluation Forms
19 3
Employee Lists
19 4-5
Job Descriptions
1971-1982
19 6
Office Position Questionnaire
1983
19 7
Ten-Year Employees
Correspondence and documents.
1981
19 8
Employee Biographies
Biographies of principle officers, except for David Evans and Ivan Sutherland, whose biographies are located in box 5 and box 8, respectively.
19 9
Press Releases and News Clippings
Sales & Marketing
Box Folder
20 1-6
Correspondence
1969-1984
20 7
Sales Projections
1970-1986
20 8
Sales Forecast
1979
20 9
Sales Forecasting Model
1980
20 10
Activity Reports
1970
21 1
Sales Personnel
Correspondence and miscellaneous concerning salespeople.
1970-1986
21 2-5
Sales Meeting, Correspondence, Minutes and Notes
1970-1980
21 6
Sales Plan
1979
21 7
Sales & Marketing Budget
1970
21 8
Ordering
1970-1981
21 9-12
Prospect Lists
1969-1981
21 13
Lehigh University Sales Colloquium
Correspondence and CAD/CAM progress report.
1975-1982
21 14
Demonstration Script
1982
21 15
Advertising Meeting Minutes
1970
21 16
Product Brochure
21 17
Enterprise, Advertising Information and Receipts
1979-1981
21 18
California Business, Advertising Information
1981
21 19
David W. Evans, Inc.
Correspondence with advertising firm and miscellaneous.
1971-1983
21 20
Promotional Literature
1970-1978
21 21
Advertising Miscellaneous
22 1-3
Marketing Plans
1970-1974
22 4-9
Markets
Correspondence and reports referring to the geophysics, mining, newspaper, graphics, simulation and Japanese markets; divided into folders by topic.
1971-1982
22 10
Military Business Task Group Report
1980
22 11
Business Development Report
1985
22 12
Stirland Agency
Agreement with marketing firm.
1980
22 13
J.T. International, Correspondence and Reports
1981-1982
22 14-15
Customer Support
Correspondence, report, and miscellaneous.
1970-1979
22 16
Interactive Systems Sales, Correspondence
1978-1982
22 17
Interactive Systems Sales, Meeting Agenda
1979
22 18
Interactive Systems Sales, Marketing Reports
1978
22 19-20
Interactive Systems Sales, Feasibility Proposal
1983
22 21
Interactive Systems Sales, Business Plan
1983
22 22
Interactive Systems Sales, Sales Forecasts
1979, 1983
22 23
Import and Export, Miscellaneous Documents and Correspondence
1973-1987
22 24
Export Licensing Procedural Manuals
1982
22 25
Delivery Forecasts
1970, 1981
22 26
Shipment Insurance and Claims
1970-1981
22 27
Shipping Proposal
1979
22 28
Viewport, Sales Staff Newsletter
1983
22 29
Sales Documents
1969-1978
22 30-32
Miscellaneous Items and Notes
Financial
These materials record the financial standing of Evans & Sutherland since its inception as Digital Display Devices in 1968. Silver King and GCA were companies involved in some of the initial financing of the company.
Box Folder
23 1
Financing and Loans, Correspondence
1969-1987
23 2
Digital Display Devices
Financing documents.
1968
23 3-6
Silver King
Correspondence, agreements, legal summons and annual report.
1970-1971
23 7
GCA, Correspondence
1971-1974
23 8
GCA, Subordinated Notes and Escrow Agreement
1971-1972
23 9
GCA, Stockholder's Meetings
1971-1972
23 10-11
GCA, Annual Reports
1967, 1969-1971
23 12
GCA, Employment Information and Documents
23 13
GCA, Miscellaneous
23 14-15
Budgets, Correspondence and Reports
1972-1983
23 16-18
Pricing, Correspondence and Summary
1970-1981
23 19
Price Lists, Multi Picture System
23 20
Price Lists
23 21
T4G Price Quote
1972
23 22-23
Taxes, Correspondence
1975-1982
24
Financial Statements
1969-1983
Folder
25 1-8
Financial Reports, Monthly Indexes
1984-1987
25 9
Quarterly Reports
1980-1984
25 10
Accounting Correspondence
1970-1981
25 11
Accounting Codes
25 12
Overhead Charts
25 13-15
Cost Reports
1970-1982
25 16-18
Reports
1970-1986
25 19
Press Releases
25 20
Financial Miscellaneous
Stock and Investment
Boxes 26-40 contain information concerning investment activities for Evans & Sutherland as a company, as well as David Evans and others as individuals. At times, though, the distinction between the two is difficult to discern from these materials. Also of impor-tance are materials stemming from Evans & Sutherland's relationship with Hambrecht & Quist, a major stockholder in the company during the time frame of this collection. The material connected with other investment entities is described below. Other stockholder and investment correspondence, as well as miscellaneous stock and investment docu-ments, completes these boxes.
Box Folder
26 1
General Investment Correspondence
1970-1983
26 2-26
Investor Correspondence
Arranged alphabetically by addressor's name.
26 27-29
Investment Act of 1940-1983
Correspondence with attachments.
1940-1983
Hambrecht & Quist
Box Folder
27 1-5
General Correspondence
1970-1985
27 6
Shareholder Correspondence
1984-1988
27 7
Financial Study
1979
27 8
Consolidated Financial Statements
1984
27 9
Financial Reports
1984
27 10-11
Restricted Stock Plan
1984
27 12-14
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
1984
27 15-20
Offering Circular
1985
27 21-22
Stock Option Plans and Agreement
1985
27 23
Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Participation Agreement
27 24
Shareholder's Report
1986
27 25-29
Reprint Compilation
1986
27 30
Miscellaneous
1971-1985
28 1-2
Board of Directors, Correspondence
1984-1988
28 3-22
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1985-1988
28 23
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes
1985
29 1-13
Board of Directors, Resolutions
1984-1985
29 14-15
Evans & Sutherland Investment Memorandum
1970
29 16
Evans & Sutherland Purchase Agreement
1970
29 17
Evans & Sutherland California Securities Application
1970
29 18
Mergers & Acquisitions Business Overview
29 19
Woodman, Kirkpatrick & Gilbreath Acquisition
1984
29 20-23
Wafer Tech Acquisition
Business plan, financial reports and attached correspondence.
1983
29 24-26
Wavefront Technologies Business Plan
1985-1989
29 27-32
Magnuson Computer Systems Settlement
1985
Hambrecht & Quist Technology Conference; Research Notes
Box Folder
30 1
Correspondence
1977-1986
30 2
Opening Remarks and Speeches
1979-1982
30 3-21
Conference Documents
1977-1985
31
Hambrecht & Quist Research Notes
1977-April 1982
32
Hambrecht & Quist Research Notes
May 1982-1983
Investment and Financial Firms/Organizations
Boxes 33-37 contain material pertaining to financial and investment firms. Some of these firms likely played significant roles in the management of the Evans & Sutherland investment portfolio, as well as the personal investments of David Evans. Others may have had little or no role. Market information concerning the computer industry and a variety of companies, especially Evans & Sutherland, can be found here. In addition, some of the materials in this section provided a source of investment and financial information for David Evans, such as market reports and newsletters. As the precise role of each of these financial institutions is unclear, these materials are grouped by the name of the institution, rather than subject or type of material. Unless otherwise specified, each folder contains only correspondence.
Box Folder
33 1
Adams, Harkness & Hill, Inc. Market Updates
1982
33 2
Allen & Co
1981
33 3
AMDEC Securities, Market Updates
1982
33 4
American Science Associates Brochure
33 5
American Stock Exchange
1981-1985
33 6
Banque De L'Union, Correspondence and Visitor Agenda
1981
33 7
Baron O'Brien, Inc.
1982
33 8
Boettcher & Co.
1979-1983
33 9
Boettcher & Co.
Institutional investor conference, information and correspondence.
1983
33 10
Butcher & Singer, Inc., Market Reports
1982
33 11
Cambiar Investors, Market Comparisons and Correspondence
1980
33 12
Cazenove & Company
1975-1985
33 13
Coldwell Banker Correspondence and Brochure
1981
33 14
Crowell, Weedon & Co. Correspondence and Market Report
1980
33 15
De Zoete & Bevan
1982
33 16
Dillon, Read Securities, Inc.
1981-1982
33 17
Drexel Burnham Lambert
1982
33 18-19
F. Eberstadt & Co. Correspondence and Industry Report
1980-1982
33 20
A. G. Edwards & Sons, Inc., Correspondence and Industry Overview
1981-1982
33 21
Financial Relations Board
1982
33 22
Financial Communications Update
1983
33 23
First Boston Corporation
1981-1985
33 24-35
First Boston Research, Research Rotes and Reports
1980-1983
34 1-4
First Boston Corporation
High Technology Conference participant list.
1983
34 5
First Boston Corporation, Miscellaneous
1983
34 6
First National Bank of Boston
1979-1982
34 7
First of Michigan Correspondence and Market Report
34 8
Fox-Pitt, Kelton and Partners Correspondence and Visit Agenda
1982
34 9
Frederick Research Corp. Investment Research
1982
34 10
Frost & Sullivan Correspondence and Market Reports
1975-1981
34 11
RC Fuller
1982-1984
34 12
Gannett Welsh Ives Kotler, Inc. Correspondence and Brochure
1978-1979
34 13
Goldman Sachs Correspondence and Transaction Reports
1978-1985
34 14
Goldman Sachs Investment Research
1982
34 15
Goldman Sachs Annual Review
1985
34 16
Grieveson, Grant & Co.
1982
34 17
Howard, Weil, Labouisse, Friedrichs, Market Report
1982
34 18
E. F. Hutton
1982
34 19
Jennison Associates
1982
34 20
Kidder, Peabody & Co.
1980-1983
34 21-23
Kidder, Peabody & Co. Interactive Graphics Report
1981
34 24-25
Kiplinger Washington Letter
1975-1981
34 26
Adams Laidlaw & Peck, Inc.
1981-1982
34 27
Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1981
34 28
Los Angeles Society of Financial Analysts
1982
34 29
Media General
1982
34 30
Merrill Lynch
1980-1983
34 31
Merrill Lynch Market Report and Computer Graphics Seminar
1981-1983
34 32-33
Morgan, Keegan & Co. Market Reports and Brochures
1981-1982
35 1
Morgan Stanley
1981-1984
35 2
Morgan Stanley, Investment Research
1982
35 3
Morgan Stanley, SEC Rule 415
1982
35 4
Morgan Stanley, SEC Rule 144
1981
35 5-9
National Association of Securities Dealers
Correspondence, brochures, annual report and miscellaneous.
1978-1983
35 10
New York Stock Exchange
1982-1983
35 11
Newmarket Company, Ltd.
Correspondence and miscellaneous.
1981-1982
35 12
O'Conor International
1982
35 13
Webber Paine, Jackson & Curtis
1981
35 14
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.
1981-1984
35 15
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. Leadership Program
1984
35 16-18
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Executive Newsletter
1976-1983
35 19
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Client Newsletter
1981-1982
35 20-21
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Management Focus
1981-1983
35 22-23
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., World
1978-1982
35 24-27
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Taxletter
1982
35 28-29
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Brochures and Miscellaneous
1977-1982
36 1
Professional Tape Reader
1982
36 2-4
Research
1981-1982
36 5
Research & Science Investors
1980
36 6
L. F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin
1979-1981
36 7
L. F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin
"Interactive Computer Graphics Equipment and Services for CAD/CAM...A Macro Perspective."
1979
36 8
L. F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin, Brochures
1979
36 9
L. F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin, CAD/CAM Industry Review
1980
36 10
Salomon Brothers, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1981
36 11-12
Salomon Brothers, Industry Analysis
1981
36 13
Salomon Brothers, Company Analysis
1981
36 14
Salomon Brothers, Stock Research
1981
36 15-16
Salomon Brothers, Investment Policy
1981
36 17
Salomon Brothers, Comments on Credit
1981
36 18-19
Salomon Brothers, Bond Market Roundup
1981
36 20
Salomon Brothers, Miscellaneous Market Research
1981
36 21
Scottish Investment Trust
36 22
Shearson Loeb Rhodes, Inc.
1981
36 23-26
Shearson Loeb Rhodes, Inc., Market Reports
1981-1982
36 27-28
Shearson Loeb Rhodes, Inc.
Equity research.
1979-1982
36 29
Shearson Loeb Rhodes, Inc.
Reports.
1981-1982
36 30
Shearson Loeb Rhodes, Inc., Miscellaneous
37 1
Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co.
1981-1982
37 2
Thomson McKinnon
1978-1983
37 3-4
Value Line
1981-1984
37 5
Venrock
1983-1984
37 6
Venture Development Corp.
Brochures.
37 7
Wertheim & Co., Inc.
1981-1982
37 8-11
Wertheim & Co., Inc.
Factory automation study.
1981
37 12
Wertheim & Co., Inc.
Factory Automation.
1981
37 13
Wertheim & Co., Inc.
Machinery news clippings.
1981
37 14
Wertheim & Co., Inc.
Market reports.
1982
37 15
Willamette Management
1979-1982
37 16-17
Willamette Management, Northwest Investment Review
1979-1982
37 18-19
Willamette Management, Northwest Stock Guide
1979-1982
37 20
Willamette Management, Market Reports
1979-1980
Stock
Box Folder
38 1-8
Correspondence
1969-1985
38 9
Ware, Fletcher and Freidenrich, Correspondence with Attached Notes
1983
38 10-11
Stock Option Plans
1969-1985
38 12
Stock Option Agreements
38 13-14
Purchase Agreement
1970
38 15
Offering Participants and Schedule
1980
38 16
Subordinated Note
1971
38 17-18
Purchase Authorizations
1971-1973
38 19
Purchase Acknowledgments
1971
38 20
Purchase Warrant
1978
39 1-2
Prospectus Draft
1978
39 3-5
Prospecti
1979-1980
39 6-9
Proxy Statements
1974-1985
39 10
Signed Proxies
1971
39 11-13
Stockholder Meeting, Agenda, Minutes, and Miscellaneous
1969-1984
39 14
Reports To Shareholders
1973, 1979
39 15
New York Stock Exchange
Policy Review.
1984
39 16-17
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Correspondence and plan.
1978-1980
39 18-19
Stockholder Lists
39 20
Stock Listings and Reports
1981-1984
39 21
News Clippings
1971-1984
39 22
Miscellaneous
1971-1982
Securities and Exchange Commission/Evans & Sutherland Annual Reports
Box Folder
40 1
SEC Correspondence
1978-1981
40 2
Application Memorandum
1979
40 3-9
SEC Forms 10-Q
1978-1981
40 10-11
SEC Form S-1
1980
40 12-14
SEC Form S-8, With Amendment and Exhibit
1981
40 15-19
SEC Forms 10-K
1978-1980, 1982
40 20-29
Annual Reports
1978-1987
Facilities
This box contains information pertaining to the expansion of Evans & Sutherland office and production space. Also included is material concerning the University of Utah Research Park, where Evans & Sutherland is located; correspondence and brochures from developers and realtors offering expansion space; and internal correspondence concerned with miscellaneous office equipment.
Box Folder
41 1-3
Leasing Correspondence
A photograph attached to correspondence from Fowler/ Ferguson/Kingston/Ruben, Architects, September 8, 1981; has been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 22.
1970-1982
41 4
Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies and Open Houses
1979-1984
41 5
Purchase Agreement
1980
41 6
Lease Agreements
41 7
Facilities Plans and Projections
1974-1980
41 8
North Salt Lake Expansion
1980
41 9
Space Usage
Correspondence and attachments.
1969-1979
41 10
Space Usage Diagrams
41 11-12
Relocation Plans
1970-1980
41 13-15
Research Park
Correspondence, brochures and miscellaneous. Photographs attached to items in folder 15 have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 22.
1970-1985
41 16
Facilities Construction
1978-1982
41 17
Soils Investigation
1970
41 18
Interior Design
1970-1983
41 19-21
Space Offers
Utah, the United States, and foreign solicitations.
41 22
Telephone Equipment
1970-1982
41 23
Office Equipment
1970-1973
41 24
Daily Office Miscellaneous, Correspondence
1970-1983
41 25
Purchase Orders
1970-1978
41 26
Facilities News Clippings
1978-1981
Administrative Miscellaneous
Boxes 42 and 43 contain correspondence and other materials produced as a result of and/or which describe various miscellaneous aspects of the company's internal operations; including training programs, computer resources steering committee, public relations, photography lab, security procedures, and management meetings. Some folders contain solicitations from various administrative service vendors. Also included are copies of company newsletters found in the collection, news clippings relating to company activities and miscellaneous subjects, material concerning visitors to the company's facilities, and employee biographies (except for David Evans and Ivan Sutherland).
Box Folder
42 1
Internal Training Programs
Correspondence and attachments.
1971-1984
42 2
Internal Management Training
1977-1983
42 3
Management Training Program
1978
42 4
Internal Sales Training
1982-1983
42 5
Technical Retreats
1985-1986
42 6
External Training Programs
1977-1983
42 7-9
Computer Resources Steering Committee
Correspondence and report.
1978-1983
42 10
Photography Lab
Correspondence and reports.
1974-1983
42 11-16
Even Now
Interactive Systems employee newsletter.
1977-1979
42 17
E & S Newsletter
Employee newsletter.
1979-1980
42 18-19
Public Relations Correspondence
1970-1987
42 20
Public Relations Program, Proposal
1982
42 21-22
Media Relations
1977-83
42 23
Visitors
Correspondence and schedules involving visitors to Evans & Sutherland for whom no discernible business relationship is apparent. Microfiche and slides attached to correspondence from John S. Massey, June 10, 1979, have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 23.
1971-1982
42 24-29
Company Biographies
Descriptions, histories, business descriptions, overviews, and profiles.
42 30-32
Employee Biographies
43 1
Security Correspondence
1975-1984
43 2
Security Proposal
Prepared by Odiorne International, Inc.
1981
43 3
Security Manual
1984
43 4-7
Meetings
Correspondence, minutes and/or agendas for management, staff, marketing and comptrollers, and scheduling meetings; arranged in folders by type.
1970-1982
43 8
Morris Travel
Correspondence with company travel agent.
1985
43 9
Consultant Correspondence
1969-1982
43 10-16
Vendor Solicitations
Correspondence from firms and individuals offering services and/or products to Evans & Sutherland.
1970-1986
43 17
Employee Notices
1970-1983
43 18
Company Insurance
1973-1979
43 19
Responsibility Assignments
1970-1982
43 20
Policy and Procedure
43 21
Small Business Administration, Directories and Correspondence
1970-1981
43 22
Employee Computer Club
43 23-26
News Clippings
1968-1987
43 27
Documents
43 28
Miscellaneous
Company Calendars and Guest Registers
Box Folder
44 1-13
Calendars
1976-1988
Volume
44 1-2
Visitor Register
1974-1981
Travel
This material is largely concerned with the professional travels of David Evans. Also included is information concerning other company personnel traveling for both business and vacation purposes. The items are itineraries and relevant correspondence.
Box Folder
45 1
University of Utah Travel
1967-1974
45 2-23
Evans & Sutherland Travel
1968-1987
Management Newsletters and Magazines
Box Folder
46 1
ACCTivities
1978
46 2
A-E-C Automation Newsletter
1978
46 3-11
Anderson Report
1978-1983
46 12
Antitrust Bulletin
1984
46 13
Business Scotland
1981
46 14
CAD/CAM Digest
1977
46 15-19
Congressional Action
1979
46 20
Electronics Woman
1980
46 21
Energy and Technology Review
1981
46 22
Executive's Digest
1981-1982
46 23
Harvard Newsletter On Computer Graphics
1980
46 24
Illinois Business Review
1968
46 25
Microcomputing Industry
1981
47 1
National Geographic
Evans & Sutherland is mentioned on pages 467-468.
1975
47 2
North-Holland Computer Publications Survey
1981
47 3
Shell Aviation News
1974
47 4
Vantage Points
1981
47 5-20
Washington Memorandum
1981-1982
47 21-22
World Marketing
1981-1982

IV:  Products and Company EngineeringReturn to Top

Material in this section concerns the product development, engineering and factory production aspect of Evans & Sutherland. Boxes 48-53 contain materials connected with non-product specific engineering and production, as well as product development. Individual product lines, such as the Line Drawing Systems (boxes 54-59) and the Picture System (boxes 60-61), and others (boxes 62-63) are also represented here. Engineering newsletters and magazines are found in box 53, and material on patents is located in box 64.

Container(s) Description Dates
Engineering and Programs
Box Folder
48 1-2
Engineering Correspondence
1970-1983
48 3-5
Monthly Reports
1982
48 6-8
Engineering Status Reports
1982
48 9-11
Reconciliation of Engineering Time
1973
48 12
Software Correspondence
1970-1983
48 13-21
Diagnostics Programs
1973
48 22
JOY Language
48 23
Warnock Algorithm
Statistical Summary.
1970
48 24
Warnock Algorithm, Reports
1969-1970
48 25-28
Reports
Thomas Jensen, "Geometry Report: The Representation of Solids with Polynomial Triangular Patches," 1984.Rodney S. Rougelot and Robert A. Schumacker, "Daynite-Day/Night Computer Generated Image Visual System for Simulation" and "Image Quality, Comparison of Night/Dusk and Day/Night CGI Systems."
1984
48 29-30
Miscellaneous Notes and Other Items
Product Development
Box Folder
49 1
Proposal Correspondence
1977-82
49 2
Invention Disclosure, Trionics
1970
49 3
Development Proposals, Correspondence
1982-1987
49 4
Development Program
1978
49 5-13
Development Proposals
1972-1982
49 14
Cylindrical Terminal Proposal
1984
49 15-17
"Geometry of Quantities" Proposal
1977
49 18
Hank Christensen, Proposal
1979
49 19
Mho Salim, Funding Request
1985
49 20
University of Utah Shader Picture Facility Proposal
1976
49 21
Computer Modeling Proposal
49 22
MOS D/A Converter Proposal
1975
49 23
Miscellaneous
1971-1978
Product Development Groups
Box Folder
50 1
Interactive Systems, Correspondence
1978-1987
50 2
Integrated Systems, Development Program
1978
50 3
Integrated Systems, Operations Proposal
1979
50 4-9
Integrated Systems, Plan
1979-1981
50 10-12
Integrated Systems, Business Plan
1982
50 13
Integrated Systems, CAD/CAM Clippings
1982
50 14
VLSI (Very Large Scale Integrated) Steering Committee
1981
50 15
VLSI, Budget
1983
50 16
VLSI, Training Course
1981
50 17
VLSI, Design Course
1980
50 18
VLSI, Chip Reports
1981-1982
50 19
LSI, Notes
1980
50 20
Display Task Group, Preliminary report
1981
50 21
Display Systems
1980
50 22
Internal Systems
1980-1981
50 23
Computer Systems Committee
1980
50 24-25
Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Staff Reports
1982
50 26
Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Test Outline For Pre-Cutover
1983
50 27-29
Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Staff Presentations
1982-1983
50 28
Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Project Report
1982
50 29
Newspaper System Development Group
Participant list.
Workstation Development Group
Box Folder
51 1
Multi-Workstation Technical Proposal
1979
51 2
Program Definition
1980
51 3
"An E & S Workstation"
1982
51 4
"Kepler Developments"
1982
51 5
"Mechanical CAD/CAM Development Program Proposal"
1981
51 6
"Mechanical CAD/CAM Software System Manifesto"
1982
51 7
"Modeling the Disk Using Romulus"
1981
51 8
"Kepler Application"
1982
51 9-10
"Modeling Three Castings"
1981
51 11
"Modeling a Track Link"
1981
51 12
Reports
"Memory System Architecture" and "Processor/MAC Interface."
1981
51 13-14
Project Summaries
1980, 1981
51 15
Memory System Design Review
1980
51 16
Design System Characterization
1980
51 17
Development Program
1980
51 18
Input Machine
Reports and notes.
1980-1981
51 19
Input Machine Checkpoint Meeting
Includes reports.
1981
51 20
Design Information
1980
51 21
Notes
"Requirements for a Design Workstation"
1980
51 22
Design Specification
"The Picture System as a Romulus Terminal."
1981
51 23-25
Lynx/Tiger Preliminary Project Plan
1985
51 26
Trip Report
Sun Microsystems.
1982
51 27
Trip Report
Unisoft.
1982
51 28
Conference Report
1982
51 29
Miscellaneous
1984
Production, Testing, and Scheduling
Box Folder
52 1-5
Production Correspondence
1969-1982
52 6
Production Authorizations
1969-1973
52 7
Customer Engineering
Reports and correspondence.
1970-1980
52 8
Customer Engineering
EMBL Report.
1979
52 9-10
Project Control System
Proposal, review and correspondence.
1981-1983
52 11-14
Rath & Strong
Staff presentation.
1982
52 15-18
Production and Services Plan
1979
52 19-22
Production Plan
1983
52 23
Material Department
EDP Proposal.
1975
52 24
Testing Correspondence and Reports
1971-1975
52 25
Test Procedure
52 26-27
Scheduling Correspondence
1970-1981
52 28-29
Scheduling Meetings Notes and Minutes
1970-1971
52 30-31
Production and Scheduling, Miscellaneous
Technical Newsletters
Box Folder
53 1-2
Computer and Data Processor Technology
1980
53 3
Computer Graphics
1970
53 4
Computer Graphics World
1981
53 5
Computer System News, 5
1978
53 6
Computer & Graphics
1982
53 7
Computertalk
1982
53 8
Evans & Sutherland User's Group Newsletter
1983
53 9
High Technology
1982
53 10-19
Journal of the Evans & Sutherland User's Group
1985
53 20
Systems and Software News
1982
Line Drawing System, Version 1
Box Folder
54 1-5
Correspondence
1969-1973
54 6
Card Tests
1972
54 7-14
Channel Control Maintenance Manual
1970
54 15-20
System Reference Manual
1971
54 21-22
Support Software
1970
54 23
Diagnostic Software Description
54 24
Advertising
54 25
PDP-9 and PDP-10, Correspondence
1969-1971
54 26
PDP-11, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1971-1978
Line Drawing System, Version 2
Box Folder
55 1-2
Terminal Multiplexer Description and Operation
1973
55 3-10
System Reference Manual
1971
55 11-13
Half-Tone System Operation Procedure
1973
55 14-17
Channel Control Maintenance Manual
1971
55 18-21
Channel Control Technical Diagrams
1971
55 22
Channel Control and Maintenance Panel Instructions
1973
56 1-8
Programs
56 9
Engineering Notes
1971
56 10
SPC16 Interface
1972-1974
56 11
Interface Documents
56 12
Interface Cards and Data
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 48-53 in box 146.
1975
56 13-18
Interface Software
1971
56 19
Interface Reports
1972
56 20
Testing
56 21
Production Scheduling
1972
56 22
Miscellaneous
A photograph attached to the press release has been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 24.
Line Drawing System
Items in boxes 57-59 are concerned with components used in the production of the Line Drawing System: frame buffer, matrix multiplier, tablet system, character generator, image generator, line generator, shader system, and clipping divider.
Box Folder
57 1
Matrix Multiplier, Correspondence
1970-1971
57 2
Matrix Multiplier, Iterative Surface Patch
Notes.
1971
57 3-4
Matrix Multiplier, Reference Manual
1970
57 5-10
Matrix Multiplier, Maintenance Manual
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 54-56 in box 146.
57 11-18
Matrix Multiplier, Maintenance Manual
1971
57 19
Matrix Multiplier, Sine-Cosine Generation Program
57 20-21
Frame Buffer, Correspondence and Memory Program Guide
1973-1978
57 22-23
Video Frame Buffer System, Proposal
1975
57 24
Video Frame Buffer System, Hardware Specifications
57 25
Video Output Unit Programming Guide
1975
57 26-27
Film Exposure Unit, Product Plan
1971
57 28-31
Tablet System, Operation and Maintenance Manual
1972
58 1
Character Generator, Correspondence
1971-1974
58 2-5
Character Generator, Testing
1971-1972
58 6-8
Character Generator, Maintenance Manual
1972
58 9
Line Generator, Correspondence
1971-1974
58 10-11
Line Generator, Adjustment Manual
1972
58 12-14
Line Generator, Maintenance Manual
1972
58 15
Line Generator, Test Procedure
1971
58 16
Image Generator, Correspondence
1977
58 17
Image Generator, Automatic Checkout System
58 18
Image Generator, Strategic Planning Report
1984
58 19
Image Generator, Operations Manual Draft
1972
58 20
Image Generator, Horizon Problems
58 21
Image Generator, Description
58 22
Data Preparation Notes
A photograph attached to these documents is now located in P0452, Bx 3, Fd 24.
1971
58 23-32
Shader System, Operations Manual
1973
58 33
Shader System, Miscellaneous
59 1
Clipping Correspondence
1970-1973
59 2-3
Polygon Clipper, Description
1973
59 4-7
Polygon Clipping Divider, Description and Maintenance Manual
1974
59 8-16
Clipping Divider Maintenance Manual
1970
59 17-18
Clipping Divider Maintenance Manual
A section of the preceding manual (fds 8-16) in which the text varies.
1970
59 19-22
Clipping Divider Maintenance Manual
1970
59 23
Clipping Divider, Miscellaneous
Picture System
This box contains general information about the Picture System line of products, as well more specific information about the development of the PS-x product. Contained in box 61 are documents more specifically concerned with the PS-2, PS-300, and Multi-Picture System products.
Box Folder
60 1-5
Correspondence
1973-1982
60 6
Extended Software Package
60 7
Model Program
1974
60 8
Marketing Documents
60 9
Press Releases
1978-1981
60 10
Assembly Drawings
1976
60 11-14
Design Reviews
1975
60 15
Production and Delivery
60 16-18
Product Brochures
60 19
PS-x, Development Chart
1979
60 20-24
PS-x, Development Reports
1979
60 25-27
PS-x, Hardware Manual
1980
61 1-2
PS-2 Product Brief
1977
61 3
PS-2 IGDA Evaluation
1978
61 4-6
Data Base Manipulation and Display System, Design Document
1978
61 7-9
Data Base Manipulation and Display System, User's Manual
1979
61 10
PS-2, Unix User's Guide
1978
61 11
PS-300, Engineering Status Report
1982
61 12
PS-300
IBM interface project worksheet and report.
1982
61 13-15
PS-300
Price list and volume discount pricing.
1982, 1985
61 16
PS-300, Cost Analysis
1982
61 17
PS-300, Recosting Report
1985
61 18
PS-300, Design Review
1982
61 19
PS-300, Product Critique
1982
61 20-24
PS-300, User's Manual
1981
61 25
PS-300, Documents
1981-1982
61 26
Multi Picture System, Product Information
61 27-28
Multi Picture System, Advertising Brochures
61 29
Picture System, Miscellaneous
Other Products and Components
Items in this box are concerned with the products and components involved in Digistar, CAORF, Shadowfax, CT5, Lorgnette, Parasolid, Computer Aided Design of Logic, Computer Aided Design, tablet, Star and Graphic Arts System.
Box Folder
62 1
Digital Planetarium, Correspondence
1978-1979
62 2
Digital Planetarium, Preliminary Specifications, c.
1978
62 3
Digital Planetarium, Presentation Material
1978
62 4
Digital Planetarium, Projector Project Definition
1980
62 5
Digital Planetarium, "A New View of the Stars"
1978
62 6
Computer Aided Operations Research Facility, Correspondence
1973-1979
62 7
Computer Aided Operations Research Facility, Proposal
1973
62 8
Computer Aided Operations Research Facility, Image Generator Subsystem
1973
62 9-10
Shadowfax
Meetings, design reviews and hardware schedules.
1984-1985
62 11-12
Lorgnette, Maintenance Manual and Advertising
1971
62 13
Parasolid Overview
1987
62 14
CT5, Correspondence and Reports
1981-1983
62 15
CT5A Modeling System Development Proposal
1982
62 16
Computer Aided Design of Logic
Correspondence and reports.
1978-1981
62 17
Computer Aided Design
1980-1982
62 18-20
Computer Aided Design, AD-8500
Correspondence and preliminary project proposal,
1985
62 21
Tablet, Correspondence
1971-1972
62 22
STAR, Product Description and Correspondence
1977
62 23
Graphic Arts System Description
Design System, Documentation, and Miscellaneous Documents
Box Folder
63 1-5
Design System, Programmer's Reference Manual
1975
63 6
Design System, Preliminary Description
1976
63 7
Design System
Mapping, skinning and polygonal volumes.
1978
63 8-10
Design System, Application Level Report
1979
63 11
Design System, Application Level Report
Excerpts.
1980
63 12
Design System
Visit report, Bechtel.
1979
63 13
Design System, Program
A photograph attached to this document is located in P0452, Bx 3, Fd 24.
63 14-16
Documentation Correspondence
1969-1975
63 17
Preparation Guide For Unit Instruction Manuals
1975
63 18
"Continuously Modeling the Removal of Material"
1977
63 19
"Cutter Path Verification-Tool Extension"
1977
63 20
"3D Primitives, Coordinate Conversions, and Hotdog Arithmetic"
1977
63 21
Modeling Software Document Draft Excerpt.
63 22
CIG System Document Excerpt
63 23
CGI Luminance Processing
63 24
Line Drawing Device Description
63 25
Input on Watkins Processor
1971
63 26
Generating Data for the Half-Tone Algorithm
1972
63 27
Object Description Languages
1973
63 28
Array Multipliers
1975
63 29
Manchester Adder
1975
63 30
Bit Setting Shift Register
1975
63 31
Miscellaneous
Patents
Box Folder
64 1
Correspondence
1971-1985
64 2-5
Nilsson, Robbins, Wills & Berliner
Correspondence with patent attorneys.
1970-1985
64 6
Byard Nilsson, "Foreign Sales and Trademark Pitfalls"
1972
64 7
Dowell & Dowell
Correspondence with patent attorneys.
1975-1978
64 8
Edwards & Gardiner Fox
"Perspectives On Intellectual Property Law."
1983
64 9
Patent Licensing Procedures
1984
64 10
Patent Application
Windowing system.
1985
64 11-12
Patent Application
Digital Planetarium Display System.
1979
64 13
Foreign Patent Application
Digital Planetarium Display System.
1979
64 14-15
Patent Application
CSM Color Display.
1979
64 16-18
Patent Information
Pixel Processor.
1986
64 19-25
David Evans Patents
1958-1966
64 26
John Gaffney Patent Application
64 27
Copyrights and Trademarks, Correspondence
1973-1983
64 28
Miscellaneous

V:  Affiliated Companies and CustomersReturn to Top

This section contains items connected with companies that maintained some form of business relationship with Evans & Sutherland. The companies may have provided products to Evans & Sutherland, purchased Evans & Sutherland products, or maintained marketing and/or product collaboration agreements with Evans & Sutherland. David Evans served on the Board of Directors of some of these companies, including Redifon/Rediffusion, Adobe Industries, Mosaic Systems, Inc. and VLSI Industries. The first 32 boxes hold materials for companies for which large amounts of items were found: Redifon/Rediffusion (65-75), Adobe Industries (76-77), McDonnell Douglas (78-79), Mosaic Systems, Inc. (80-85), Shape Data (86-87), Unicad (88), the United States Government (88-89), and VLSI Industries (91-96). Boxes 97-108 contain items relating to other companies, and are arranged alphabetically by company name. Unless otherwise specified, folders in boxes 97-108 contain only correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Redifon/Rediffusion CMC (Redifon/Rediffusion Computers, Ltd.)
The Redifon companies changed their names to Rediffusion in 1981 (see box 66, folder 21), so both titles are used for the boxes containing items pertaining to those companies.
Box Folder
65 1
Budget
1980
65 2
Accounts
1980
65 3
Articles of Association
1980
65 4-19
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes and agendas
1979-1981
65 20-21
CMC France
Accommodation.
1980
65 22
British Electric Traction Group, Annual Report
1980-1981
65 23
Telesys Corporation, Financial Statements
1979
65 24
Product brochures
66
Redifon/Rediffusion Computers, Ltd., Correspondence
This box, as well as the first eight folders of box 67, contain correspondence both for Redifon/Rediffusion Computers and Redifon/Rediffusion Flight Simulation. The two are combined together in order to maintain continuity, as both companies seem to have been involved in the same matters in relation to Evans & Sutherland.
1973-1984
Folder
67 1-5
Correspondence
July, 1984-1986
67 6-8
Technical Correspondence
1973-1980
67 9
Board of Directors, Resolutions
1980-1983
67 10-16
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes
1979-1984
67 17
Board of Directors, Meeting Notes
1976
67 18
Marketing
1976-1977
67 19
Trip Report
1983
67 20
Videotex Report
1982
67 21
Press Releases
1981-1982
67 22-23
Information Management
1981-1982
67 24
Redifon Star
1974
67 25
Teleputer
68 1-22
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1980-1984
68 23
Board of Directors, Miscellaneous
69 1-43
Financial Reports
1980-1984
69 44
Annual Report
1984
Redifon/Rediffusion Flight Simulation
Correspondence for Redifon/Rediffusion Flight Simulation is located in boxes 66 and 67, as explained there.
Box Folder
70 1-8
Strategic Business Plan
April, 1982-1983
70 9-14
Report and Accounts
1977-1981
70 15
Financial Report
1980
70 16
Consolidated Balance Sheets
1980
70 17
Development Budget
1981-82
70 18
Miscellaneous Financial Reports
1980-1985
70 19-22
Investment Memoranda Drafts
1975
70 23-26
Marketing Reports
1976
70 27
Sales Lists
1978
70 28
Maritime Marketing
1978
71 1-4
Collaboration Negotiations
1973-1984
71 5
Collaboration Meeting Notes and Agreement Outline
1974
71 6
Collaboration Agreement
1973
71 7-14
Collaboration Agreement Drafts
1975
71 15-16
Collaboration Agreement
1975
71 17
Collaboration Agreement Index
1979
71 18
Collaboration Agreement Draft
1983
71 19
Collaboration Agreement Amendment
1983-1984
71 20-24
Working Agreement
1986
71 25
Marketing Rights
1985
71 26-27
Purchase Agreements
1975
72 1-6
Meeting Reports
1973-1976
72 7
Committee Definitions
1975
72 8-10
Development Steering Committee, Meeting Minutes
1975
72 11-14
Development Committee, Meeting Minutes
1976-1985
72 15-18
Development Policy Committee, Meeting Agendas and Minutes
1975-1976
72 19-24
Business Strategy and Development Policy Committee
1976-1979
72 25
Extraordinary Development Meeting
1980
72 26
Development Committee Papers
1976
72 27-28
Business Review Meetings
1979-1981
72 29-31
Business Strategy Meetings
1976-1981
72 32-34
Product Committee, Meeting Minutes
1982-1983
72 36
CGI Meetings
1976-1983
72 37
Display Technology Meeting
1980
72 38
Meeting Report
Unidentified meeting.
73 1-2
Proposal Material
1974
73 3-4
Report
1975
73 5
Broadcasting Applications Report
1975
73 6
Image II Analysis
1982
73 7
Tepigen Brochure
1977
73 8
Tepigen Information
1979
73 9
Articulator Projector Study
1978
73 10
Laser Projector
1981
73 11
Wide Angle View
1980
73 12
Project Report
1980
73 13
Technical Report
1975
73 14-15
Research Group Report
1975
73 16-17
Technical Report
1975
73 18-22
Research Group Report
1975
73 23-29
Feasibility Study
Interim report.
1976
73 30-33
Research Group Report
1975
73 34
Patent
1981
73 35
Presentation Material
1981
74 1
Novoview, Correspondence
1973-1979
74 2
Novoview, Technical Report
1975
74 3-4
Novoview, Development Requests
1975-1980
74 5
Novoview, Development Proposal
1974-1976
74 6
Novoview Brochures
74 7
Novoview
Price and cost information.
1975, 1978
74 8
Novoview Miscellaneous
1975-1980
74 9
Company Background Information
1975
74 10
Facts Pack
1980
74 11-15
Brochures
74 16
Company Organization
1975
74 17
Visit Reports
American Airlines Seminar, Boeing, and Reflectone.
1975-1977
74 18
Press Releases
1976-1983
74 19-25
Press Cuttings
1981
74 26-27
Notes
1974-1979
74 28
Miscellaneous
Redifon/Rediffusion Electronics, Inc.
Box Folder
75 1-11
Correspondence
1973-1985
75 12
Resolution Drafts
1975
75 13
Purchase Agreement
1975
75 14
Purchase Documents
1975
75 15
Marketing Report
1977
75 16
Sales and Marketing, Miscellaneous
75 17
Delivery Forecast
1983
75 18
Study Proposal
1974
75 19
Meeting Minutes
1975
75 20
Business Strategy Meetings
1982-83
75 21-23
Product Committee, Meeting Minutes
1982-1983
75 24-31
Development Committee, Meeting Minutes
1976-1982
75 32
CH46E Reliability Report
1980
75 33
Notes
75 34
Press Releases
1977-1985
75 35
Miscellaneous
Adobe Industries
Box
76
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1983-1988
Folder
77 1-7
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes
1983-1987
77 8
Financial Reports
Trial balance worksheets.
1983
77 9-10
Financial Statements
1983-1984
77 11
Operating Results Press Release
1986
77 12
Annual Report
1985
77 13-14
SEC Form S-1
1986
77 15-16
SEC Forms S-8 and S-3
1986
77 17
Shareholder's Questionnaire
1986
77 18
Unilogic
Software contract.
1983
77 19
Product Brochures
McDonnell Douglas Corporation
Box Folder
78 1-5
Correspondence
1970-1984
78 6
Requirements Meeting
1983
78 7-8
Memorandum of Agreement
1978
78 9-10
Summary Report
1983
78 11-14
Consortium Meeting Agenda
1984
78 15
Meeting Agendas and Notes
1978-1984
78 16
Sales Implementation Plan
1978
78 17
Project Plan Outline
1978
78 18
Maintenance Proposal, Design Review
1979
78 19
Robotics Reports
1982
78 20
Graphics Reports
"Future Graphics Hardware Requirements," 1985.Peters, George J. "The Evolution of 3D Distributed Graphics at McDonnell Douglas Corporation," 1981.
78 21
Program Review
1983
79 1-3
Design System 80 Report
1981
79 4-11
"Robotic System for Aerospace Batch Manufacturing"
1983
79 12-21
Technical Exchange Materials
1984
79 22
Annual Report
1980
79 23
McAuto Brochures
79 24-25
IDSS Bidder's Conference
1978
79 26
News Clippings and Press Releases
1978-1983
79 27
Miscellaneous
1981-1986
Mosaic Systems
Box Folder
80 1-14
Correspondence
1982-1987
80 15-16
Certificate of Incorporation
1982
80 17
Marketing Strategy Report
1984
80 18
Marketing Status Report
1985
80 19-20
Flexible Benefits Plan
1983-1985
80 21
Employment Agreement
1983
81 1-13
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1984-1987
81 14-20
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes
1984-1986
81 21
Board of Directors Miscellaneous
82 1
Shareholder Correspondence
1984-1987
82 2
Shareholder Consent
1984
82 3
Shareholder Meeting Minutes
1984-1985
82 4
First Refusal Agreements and Amendments
1983-1987
82 5
Purchaser Questionnaire
1983
82 6
Investor Representation Letter
1983
82 7
Incentive Stock Option Plan
1983
82 8
Stock Option Plan
1983
82 9
Stock Purchase Plan
1983
82 10-20
Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement
1983-1984
82 21
Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement Amendment
1984
82 22
Proxy Statement
1984
82 23
Warrant Certificate
1984
82 24
Amended Certificate of Incorporation
1984
83 1
Purchaser Agreement
With exhibits.
1985
83 2
Waiver, Consent, Amendment and Subordination
1985
83 3
Warrant Certificate
1985
83 4
Schedule of Exceptions
1985
83 5
Stock Certificate
1985
83 6
Closing Documents
1986
83 7-10
Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement
1986
83 11-23
Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement, Series I-II
1987
83 24
Stock Miscellaneous
1982-1986
84
Mosaic Systems Business Plans
1982-1986
Folder
85 1-7
Financial Reports
1982-1987
85 8
Cash Flow Projections
1984-1985
85 9
Cash Flow Analyses
1984-1985
85 10
Restart Financing
1986
85 11
Financing Miscellaneous
85 12
Escrow Agreement
1984
85 13
Income Statements
1984
85 14
Business Plan
With financial forecasts.
1985
85 15
Letters of Agreement
1984-1985
85 16
Note Purchase Agreement
1986
85 17
Security Agreement Amendment
1986
85 18
Promissory Notes
1984-1986
85 19
Bridge Loan
1984-1985
85 20
Closing Reports
1984-1987
85 21
Assets and Leasing
1984-1985
85 22
Lease Agreements
1982, 1985
85 23
Technical Summary
1985
85 24
Scheduling and Status Reports
1984-1985
85 25
Wafers
85 26
"Study of Complementary MOS Device and Material Physics at 77 K"
1984
85 27
Technical Miscellaneous
85 28
Data I/O
1986
85 29
Siemens
1986
85 30
Press Kit
Photographs attached to these materials have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 25.
1987
85 31
Product Brochure
1985
85 32
Equipment Plans
1984
85 33
Information and Inventions Agreement
1983
85 34
Agreements and Documents
85 35
Items
Shape Data
Box Folder
86 1-4
Correspondence
1978-1987
86 5-6
Agreements
1974-1980
86 7-8
Trip Reports
1980, 1984
86 9
Romulus Plan
1983
86 10
PSS Feasibility Study
1982
86 11-12
Tandy Corporation
Correspondence, annual report, and miscellaneous.
1981-1982
86 13-16
Herbert
Task force report.
1984
86 17-18
AOS User's Guide
1978
87 1
Romulus Evaluations
1980-1983
87 2
Making Romulus Interactive
1979
87 3
Romulus Data Structures
1979
87 4
Romulus, Status Report
Dimensioning/Tolerancing-Drafting.
1983
87 5-6
Romulus
Basic user's course.
1987
87 7-8
Romulus, Introduction to FOL
1987
87 9-14
Romulus, Version Two Programmer's Guide
1979
87 15-19
Romulus, Version Two User's Guide
1979
87 20-21
Romulus, Version Two System Manager's Guide
1987
87 22
Romulus, Changes Between Versions Two and Three
1987
87 23-25
Romulus, Version Three Tutorial User's Guide
87 26-27
Romulus, Version Three Reference Manual
1988
87 28
Romulus, Product Brochure
1989
87 29
Miscellaneous
Unicad
Box Folder
88 1
Correspondence
1984-85
88 2
Board of Directors, Meeting Minutes
1984-1985
88 3-12
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1984-1985
88 13-14
Financial Statements
1983-1984
88 15-17
Financial Reports
1984-1987
88 18-20
Business Plan and Addendum
1985
88 21
Business Progress Reports
1986
88 22
Marketing Strategy
1985
88 23
Investment Policy
1985
88 24-25
Silver Bullet
Functional specification for product.
1985
88 26
Product Brochures
88 27
Miscellaneous
1984-1985
United States Government
Box Folder
89 1
Department of Commerce
Correspondence and news clipping
1976-1977
89 2
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Correspondence
1970-1977
89 3
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Proposal and Draft
1976
89 4
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency, Strategic Computing Plan
1983
89 5
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency
Sutherland, Ivan E.; Carver A. Mead and Thomas E. Everhart. "Basic Limitations in Micro-circuit Fabrication Technology."
1976
89 6
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency
Whitaker, William A. "The U.S. Department of Defense Common High Order Language Effort."
1978
89 7-8
Department of Defense, Advanced Research Projects Agency
Warnock, John E. "A Hidden Surface Algorithm for Computer Generated Halftone Pictures."
1969
89 9
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force, Correspondence
1969-1979
89 10
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force, CIG Requirements
1975
89 11
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force
Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing Program prospectus.
1978
89 12
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force
B-52 electro-optical viewing development specification.
1975
89 13
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force, Miscellaneous
89 14
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Correspondence
1969-1972
89 15
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Bidder's Registration Form 129
89 16-17
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Tank simulator study
1977
89 18
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Purchase Description
1969
89 19
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Device Center, Correspondence
1972
89 20-22
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Device Center, Graphic Display Installation Report
89 23-24
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Device Center, Fortran Support Routines
89 25-26
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Device Center, Diagrams
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 57-59 in box 146.
1971
89 27
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Device Center, Customer Service Orders
1972
90 1
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Equipment Center, Correspondence
1974, 1979
90 2
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Submarine Training
1977
90 3-5
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Equipment Center, Purchase Contract
1974
90 6
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Equipment Center, CGI Survey
1979
90 7-10
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Naval Training Equipment Center, CGI Report
1980
90 11
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Office of Naval Research, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1972-1976
90 12
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Office of Naval Research, Seminar on Computer Graphics
1976
90 13
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Office of Naval Research
Sutherland, Ivan E.; Robert F. Sproull and Robert A. Schumacker. "A Characterization of Ten Hidden-Surface Algorithms."
1974
90 14
Department of Defense, Dept. of the Navy, Miscellaneous Offices
1969-1972
90 15
Department of Defense, Security
Correspondence, questionnaires, and brochure.
1953-1984
90 16
Department of Defense, Miscellaneous Agencies, Correspondence
1969-1983
90 17
Department of Defense, Miscellaneous
1969-1983
90 18
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Simulation Advisory
1979
90 19
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Advanced Simulation Report
1980
90 20
United States Naval Academy
1982
90 21-23
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Correspondence
1969-1983
90 24-25
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Proposals
1972 and 1974
90 26
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Design review
1975
90 27
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Shuttle Mission Simulator
Correspondence, notes and description
1975
90 28
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scene Generator Capability Report
Photographs attached to this report have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 26.
1977
90 29
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Bidding Information.
90 30
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Status Meeting Minutes
1975
90 31
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Contract
1971
90 32
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Installation Notes
1971
90 33
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Booklet
"Selling to National Aeronautics and Space Administration"
90 34
U. S. Government Miscellaneous
1978-1979
VLSI Technologies
Box Folder
91 1-4
Correspondence
1980-1987
91 5-6
Articles of Incorporation Amendment
1981
91 7
Restated Articles of Incorporation
1983
91 8
Bylaws
91 9
Technology Transfer Agreement Comparison
91 10-11
Technology Transfer Agreements
1981-1983
91 12-13
Abbreviated Business Plan
1979
91 14-15
Five-Year Plan
91 16-29
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
1981-1988
92
VLSI Technologies Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1981-1983
93
VLSI Technologies Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1983-1985
Folder
94 1-27
Board of Directors, Meeting Agendas
1985-1988
94 28
Board of Directors, Member Lists
94 29
Corporate Resolutions
1982-1983
94 30
Board of Directors, Resolutions
1981-1982
94 31
Board of Directors, Director's Questionnaire
1984
95 1-21
Status Reports
1981-1982
95 22
Budget
1982
95 23-26
Financial Reports
1979-1983
95 27
Annual Report
1981
95 28
Two-Year Expense Plan
1980
95 29
Business Plan Excerpts
1981
96 1
Preferred Shares Purchase Agreement
1981
96 2-5
Offering Memorandum
1982
96 6
SEC Form S-1
1983
96 7
SEC Form 10-K
1987
96 8
Shareholder Meeting Minutes
1982
96 9
Underwriting Agreements
1983
96 10-11
Shareholder Meeting Notices
1982-1988
96 12
Purchase Warrants
1983
96 13
Prospecti
1986-1987
96 14
Shareholder Resolution
1982
96 15
Olivetti Financing, Correspondence
1981
96 16
Bendix Warrant Amendments
1982
96 17
Bendix Financing
1981
96 18
Hypersketch Language Selection
1981
96 19
Hypersketch Preliminary Product Plan
1981
96 20
Hypersketch Product Presentation
1982
96 21
Common Tools for Hypersketch
1982
96 22
User-Designed VLSI Report
1982
96 23
Mosaic Agreement Proposal
1986
96 24
Joint Tester Project Summary
1983
96 25
Custom Chips
1986
96 26
Company Overview
96 27
Brochures
96 28
Retirement & Investment Plan
1985
96 29
Miscellaneous
Affiliated Companies and Customers
Box Folder
97 1
Robert Abel and Associates
1982-1983
97 2
Adage
1969-1971
97 3
Adage 4100 Series Report
97 4-7
Adage, Annual Reports and Miscellaneous
1977-1979
97 8
Alitalia
1973
97 9
Aluminum Company of America
1969
97 10
American Airlines
1978
97 11
Applicon Computer Systems
1969-1981
97 12-13
Applicon, Prospecti
1980-1981
97 14
Applicon, Financial Statements
1974
97 15-17
Applicon, Subordinated Note Proposal
1974
97 17-18
Applicon, Annual Report and Miscellaneous
1981
97 19
Associated Television Corporation, Annual Report
1974
97 20
Atari, Correspondence and News Clippings
1982-1984
97 21-22
Auto-Trol
Correspondence, prospectus, and miscellaneous.
1976-1981
97 23
Automated Language Processing Systems
1987
97 24-28
Automated Language Processing Systems, Placement Memorandum
1987
97 20-36
Automated Language Processing Systems, Board of Directors Meeting Agendas
1986-1987
97 37
Automated Language Processing Systems, SEC Form 10-Q
1987
97 38
Aviation Simulation Technologies
1979
98 1
Bavarian Motor Works
1987
98 2-3
Bell Northern
Correspondence and affiliation analysis
1974-1978
98 4
Bendix Corporation
1969-1978
98 5
Bendix Corporation, Annual report; and Bendix
1977
98 6
Biosym Technologies, Correspondence and Reports
1984-1985
98 7-10
Boeing
1974-1986
98 11
Boeing, Sales Activity Report
1979
98 12
Boeing, Graphics system
1978
98 13
Boeing, William E. Hoffman, "Boeing Aerodynamic Labs Data System"
1978
98 14
Boeing
Development of Integrated Programs for Aerospace-Vehicle Design, user involvement plan.
1976
98 15
Boeing Armed Services Procurement Regulation
1976
98 16
Boeing EEO Compliance Report Certificate
1979
98 17-18
Boeing, Notes and Miscellaneous
1978-1980
98 19-22
Beranek Bolt and Newman, Correspondence, annual Report and Brochures
1970-1979
98 23-24
Brigham Young University, Correspondence and Agreement Proposal
1974-1987
98 25
Brown University
1976-1982
98 26
Burroughs, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1970-1979
98 27
CAE Electronics
1971
98 28
Cadam, Inc. Visit Correspondence and Agenda
1982
98 29
Cadimation Agreement Letter Drafts
1983
98 30
Cadimation, Term Sheet
1983
98 31-33
Cadimation, Business Plan
1983
98 34
State of California
1973
98 35
California Institute of Technology
1984
98 36
Cambridge University, Correspondence and brochure
1974-1978
98 37
Canada
1973
98 38
Carnegie Mellon University
1982
99 1-7
Case Western Reserve University
1970-1984
99 8
Case Western Reserve University, Lease Agreement
1970
99 9-10
Case Western Reserve University, Contracts
1970-1973
99 11
Case Western Reserve University, Sales and Purchase Orders
1970-1975
99 12
Case Western Reserve University, Assembly
1971
99 13
Case Western Reserve University, Shipping Documents
1972-1974
99 14
Case Western Reserve University, Service Orders
1972-1977
99 15-18
Case Western Reserve University
Maintenance, meeting and miscellaneous notes
1971-1975
99 19
Case Western Reserve University, Computer Animation Camera
1972
99 20
Case Western Reserve University, Miscellaneous
99 21
Cavendish Automation
1986
99 22
Central Institute for Industrial Research
1978-1979
99 23
Central Institute for Industrial Research
CAD methods standard program library
1977
99 24
Central Institute for Industrial Research
Frank M. Lillehagen, Jorn Oian and Jan F. Mack, "Focusing on the Internal Model in CAD and CAM Systems"
1977
99 25
Central Institute for Industrial Research, "Seismic Holography in Norway"
1975
99 26
Central Institute for Industrial Research, Miscellaneous
99 27
Cessna
Visit report.
1986
99 28
Chalkstream
1982
99 29
Chrysler
1983
99 30
City College of the City University of New York
1983
99 31
Cogar
1970
99 32
Columbia University
1977, 1982
99 33
Compagnie Generale Electricite, Agreement
1973
99 34-36
Compagnie Industrielle des Telecommunications, Correspondence and Brochures
1973-1974
99 37
Comprehensive Health Services
Correspondence, Computer system proposal, and notes.
1978
100 1-2
Computer Aided Manufacturing International, Correspondence and Reports
1977-1987
100 3
Computer Sciences Corporation, Correspondence and Newsletters
1969-1973
100 4
Computime
1969-1970
100 5
Control Data Corporation
1969-1984
100 6
Control Data Corporation, Reports
100 7
Control Data Corporation, Charles T. Casale, "Planning the 3600"
1962
100 8
Control Data Corporation, Agreements
1980-1981
100 9
Control Data Corporation, Application Reports
1979
100 10-12
Control Data Corporation, Brochures and News Clippings
100 13
Contraves
1981-1982
100 14
Cornell University, Correspondence and News Clippings
1979-1982
100 15
Corning
1969
100 16
Cubic Western
1981
100 17
DEI
1972
100 18
DESCO
100 19
DSD-Kingston
Development plan specifications
1983
100 20
Daimler-Benz
1978-1983
100 21-24
John Deere
Pershing, R. L. and A. P. Redman. "CAD/CAM and Engineering Integration."Ruff, J. H.; P. K. Das and J. E. Crosheck. "Computer-Aided Engineering in Diesel Engine Design."Smith, D. W.; et. al. "Automated Simulation and Display of Mechanism and Vehicle Dynamics."Wiley, J. C.; et. al. "Automated Simulation and Display of Mechanism and Vehicle Behaviour."Duncan, J. R. and E. L. Wegscheid. "Development of a Human Factors Research Laboratory for Off-Road Vehicle Operator Workstation Design."Orlandea, N. and T. Berenyi. "Dynamic Continuous Path Synthesis of Industrial Robots Using ADAMS Computer Program."
1979-1982
100 25
John Deere, Technical Papers
100 26
John Deere, Notes
100 27
John Deere, Annual Report
1978
100 28
John Deere, Articles
1979-1982
100 29
John Deere, Miscellaneous
100 30-31
Deltron, Power Supply Information and Instruction Manual
1971
100 32
Deseret News
1973
100 33
Design Systems
1971
101 1
Digital Equipment Corp.
1969-1986
101 2
Digital Equipment Corp.
Technology meeting notes.
1985
101 3
Digital Equipment Corp., Service agreement
1980
101 4
Digital Equipment Corp., Test Specifications
1964
101 5
Digital Equipment Corp., Technical Diagrams
101 6
Digital Equipment Corp. GT48 Field Service Configuration & DPU Specifications
1974
101 7
Digital Equipment Corp. VS60 Brochure & Announcement
1975
101 8-10
Digital Equipment Corp., Brochures
101 11
Digital Equipment Corp., Annual Report
1974
101 12
Digital Equipment Corp., Miscellaneous
101 13
Dresser Systems
1970
101 14
DuPont
1979-1982
101 15-20
DuPont Instruction Course Catalog
101 21-22
DuPont Training Courses
101 23
Ecstall Mining
1972
101 24
Electronic Memories
1974-1981
101 25
Engler Instrument Company, Technical Diagrams
1975
101 26
Esso Products Research Company
1970
101 27
Farrand Optical
1970
101 28
Ferranti Cetec, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1970
101 29
Fiat
1971-1973
101 30-31
First National City Bank, System Description and Annual Report
1968-1969
102 1
Flight Safety, Press Release
1978
102 2-3
Fluor
1975-1979
102 4-7
Fluor, Licensing Agreements
1977-1978
102 8
Fluor, Purchase Agreements
1976
102 9
Ford
1973-1979
102 10-11
Fujitsu
1971-1973
102 12
Fujitsu, Acceptance Test Report
1972
102 13
General Automation
Correspondence, financial report and press releases.
1974-1975
102 14
General Automation, Annual Report
1974
102 15-17
General Credit Services, Correspondence and Agreements
1969-1971
102 18
General Dynamics
102 19-20
General Electric, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1970-1984
102 21-22
General Motors
1971-1984
102 23
General Motors
Engineering computer conference.
1979
102 24
General Motors
Presentation materials.
1984
102 25
Georgia Institute of Technology
Picture System 300 donation record.
1983
102 26
Gerber Systems Technology
1979-1983
102 27
Gerber Systems Technology, Annual Report
1982
102 28-30
Gerber Systems Technology
Prospectus, agreements, and miscellaneous.
1980-1983
103 1
Goodyear
1975
103 2
Graphic Arts and Sciences, Proposal
1976
103 3
Grumman Aerospace
Correspondence and a visit agenda.
1977, 1981
103 4
Hampshire College
1971
103 5
Hansen Planetarium
1982-1983
103 6
Harvey Mudd College
1981-1983
103 7
Honeywell
1971-1973, 1980
103 8
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
1986
103 9-11
Hughes Aircraft, Correspondence and Notes
1971-1983
103 12
Imperial College
1971
103 13
Institut de Topologie et de Dynamique des Systemes
1981
103 14
Intel
1975-1982
103 15
Interactive Computing
1969
103 16
Interdata
1974-1978
103 17
Intergraph, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1981-1987
103 18
International Business Machines, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1979-1986
103 19
International Business Machines, Reports
103 20
International Business Machines, Capability Report
1987
103 21
International Business Machines, Feasibility Study
1982
103 22
International Business Machines, Systems Journal
1982
103 23
Intersoft, Development Proposal
1985
103 24-26
Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry
1971-1976
103 27
Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry, Maintenance Contract
1974
103 28
Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry, Technical Miscellaneous
1973-1974
103 29-30
Kratos
1971-1982
103 31
Kratos, Trip Reports
1975
103 32
Kratos, Financial Reports
1974-1977
103 33
Kratos, Product Brochure
103 34-36
Kratos, Graphics Monitor Instruction Manual
103 37
Kratos, Miscellaneous
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 60-66 in box 146.
104 1
Lenkurt Electric Co.
1969-1970
104 2
Lawrence Radiation Laboratories
1970-1973
104 3
Lawrence Radiation Laboratories, Installation Drawings
104 4
Lawrence Radiation Laboratories, Matrix Multiplier Software
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 67-69 in box 146.
104 5
Lockheed, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1979-1984
104 6
Logicon, Correspondence, and Annual Report
1971, 1975
104 7
Los Angeles Times
1971-1975
104 8-9
Lucitron, Correspondence and Reports
1982-1983
104 10
Lufthansa, Correspondence and Demonstration Report
1975-1980
104 11
MARAD
1979
104 12
Magneson
1980
104 13
Manufacturing Data Systems Inc., Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1976-1979
104 14
Manufacturing Data Systems, Inc., Earnings Reports
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 79-80 in box 146.
1979
104 15
Manufacturing Data Systems, Inc., Agreement
1976
104 16
Marathon Oil, Visit Schedule
1971
104 17
Martin Marietta
1978
104 18
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1970-1971
104 19
Mattell
1976
104 20
Matrix Instruments
Correspondence, brochures and miscellaneous.
104 21-25
Mechanical Dynamics Corporation
Correspondence, financial reports, and miscellaneous.
1981-1983
104 26-27
Megatek
1979-1983
104 28
Megatek, Brochures
104 29
Megatek, Case Study
104 30
Megatek, Miscellaneous
104 31
Memorial Hospital Medical Center
1978
104 32
Mercedes-Benz
1982
104 33
Merck, Sharp & Dohme
1982
104 34
Microcomputer Machines
1973
104 35
Minneapolis Star-Tribune
1971
104 36
Molecular Design
1982-1984
105 1
Monotype International, Correspondence and Brochures
1978
105 2
Morrison Planetarium
1980
105 3
Motorola
1983
105 4
Multidata
1971
105 5
NSDG
1973
105 6
N-Cube, Business Plan and Notes
1983
105 7
National Computer Exchange
1981
105 8
National Computer Systems
1978-1979
105 9
New York Institute of Technology, Correspondence and Purchase Agreement
1974-1986
105 10
New York Institute of Technology
Request for proposal.
1977
105 11
New York University
1971
105 12
Nichimen Company, Inc.
1981
105 13
State of North Carolina
1971-1972
105 14
Northrop, Correspondence and Press Release
1978-1982
105 15
Nuclear Controls and Electronics
1973
105 16-17
Pacific Communications
1978-1979
105 18
Panasonic
1976-1977
105 19
Paramount
1978-1981
105 20
Pennsylvania State University
1983
105 21
Permay Industries
1982
105 22
Peugot
1979
105 23
Picture Design Group
1974-1978
105 24
Planning Research Corporation, Correspondence, and Annual Report
1978-1982
105 25
Polygen
1986
105 26
Porter and Chester Institute
1981
105 27
Powermate Corporation, Manuals and Compliance Certificate
1971
105 28
Pratt & Whitney
1974-1975
105 29
Prime Computer
1980
105 30
Princeton Electronic Products
1971
105 31
Princeton University
1970-1982
105 32
Princeton University, Proposal and Contract
1970
105 33-34
Princeton University, News Clippings, and Miscellaneous
1970-1971
105 35
Purdue University
1982-1985
105 36
Quotron Systems, Inc.
1973-1980
105 37
REDAC
1981
105 38
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Correspondence and Brochure
1980-1983
105 39
Rice University
1982-1985
106 1
Ridge Computers
1983-1984
106 2-3
Ridge Computers, Placement Memorandum
1984
106 4
Ridge Computers, Product Brochures
106 5-6
Ridge Computers, Processor Reference Manual
1983
106 7
Rikei, Correspondence and Company Profile
1983
106 8
Rolls-Royce
1969
106 9
Rolm, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1978-1981
106 10
SMC Wofac
1981
106 11
Sanderling Associates
1981
106 12
Sandia Laboratories, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1972-1974
106 13
Schlumberger-Doll, Correspondence, and News Clipping
1979-1982
106 14
Science Applications
1977-1980
106 15-16
Science Applications, Brochures
106 17-18
Science Applications, Annual reports
1976-1977
106 19
Science Museum of Virginia
1980-1982
106 20
Scientific Advances
1974
106 21
Scitex, System Specifications
1987
106 22
Sikorsky, Correspondence and Notes
1975-1982
106 23
Silicon Graphics, Agreement Draft
1985
106 24
Simescol Group
1979
106 25
Simutech, Correspondence and Brochure
1978-1980
106 26
Singapore International Airlines
1979
106 27
Singer, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1970-1981
106 28
Singer, License Agreement Draft
1972
106 29
Soundstream
1975
106 30
Spectragraphics, Correspondence and Visit Agendas
1982-1984
106 31
Spectragraphics, Business Plan Summary
1984
106 32
Spectragraphics, Financial Report
1984
106 33
Spectragraphics, Financial and Business Reports
106 34-35
Spectragraphics, Placement Memorandum
1984
106 36
Spectragraphics, Miscellaneous
107 1
Sperry, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1977-1979
107 2
Sperry
Maritime marketing activities.
1979
107 3
Sperry, Product Brochure
107 4
Sperry, Annual Report
1977
107 5
Sperry, Technology
1974
107 6
Standard Oil
1981
107 7
Structural Dynamics Research Corp.
1974-1981
107 8
Structural Dynamics Research Corp., Reports
1978-1979
107 9
Structural Dynamics Research Corp., Annual Report
1978
107 10
Structural Dynamics Research Corp., Meeting Summary
1979
107 11
Structural Dynamics Research Corp., Miscellaneous
1977-1979
107 12
Sylvania
Scan converter report and correspondence.
1971
107 13
Systems Concept
1972
107 14
Systems Engineering Laboratories
1979
107 15
Systems Engineering Laboratories, Agreement
1979
107 16
Systems Engineering Laboratories, Miscellaneous
107 17
Sundralingham
1974
107 18
TRW
1972-1982
107 19-21
Tal-Star Computer Systems
1971-1976
107 22
Tal-Star Computer Systems, Agreements
1971-1974
107 23
Tal-Star Computer Systems, Power System Maintenance Manual
107 24
Tal-Star Computer Systems, LDS-2 Memory
1972
107 25
Tal-Star Computer Systems, Engineering and Shipping Forms
1972
107 26
Tal-Star Computer Systems, Service Forms
1972-1976
107 27
Tal-Star Computer Systems, Miscellaneous
107 28
Technology Service Corporation, Agreement
1976
107 29
Techway
1982-1986
107 30-31
Tecsi-Software, Correspondence and Agreements
1972-1981
107 32
Texas Instruments
1971-1973
108 1-2
Tokyo Electron Laboratories, Correspondence and Sales Agreement
1971-1973
108 3
Transistor Devices, Product Brochures
1972
108 4
Transistor Devices, Power supply and Miscellaneous
Oversize items attached to these materials are items 70-71 in box 146.
1972
108 5
Tri-Data, Product Information
108 6
Tripos Associates
1983-1987
108 7
Unilever, Disclosure Agreement
1977
108 8
University of Arizona
1972
108 9
University of California at Berkeley
1970-1983
108 10
University of California at Irvine
1971
108 11
University of California at San Diego
1971-1983
108 12
University of California at San Francisco
1981-1986
108 13
University of California at Santa Cruz
1977, 1982
108 14
University of Chicago
1985
108 15
University of Colorado
1972-1974
108 16
University of Delaware
1981
108 17
University of Illinois
1970-1973
108 18
University of Iowa
1982
108 19
University of Michigan
1982
108 20
University of New Mexico
1975
108 21
University of North Carolina
1971-1982
108 22
University of Utah
1969-1985
108 23-25
University of Utah
Proposal, agreement, and purchase inquiry.
1970-1977
108 26
University of Virginia
1985
108 27
University of Wisconsin
1971
108 28
Vector General
Correspondence, brochures, and miscellaneous.
1973-1979
108 29
Volkswagen
1977-1982
108 30
WDL, Correspondence and Meeting Minutes
1973-1974
108 31
Washington University
1970-1971
108 32
Westinghouse
1970, 1981
108 33
Xytron
1980-1983
108 34
Xytron, Sales Reports
1980
108 35-36
Xytron, Financial Reports
1980
108 37
Xytron, Miscellaneous
1974-1982

VI:  Professional Organizations and ConferencesReturn to Top

Materials relating to professional organizations and conferences are located in this section. The presence of items relating to an organization does not necessarily indicate that Evans & Sutherland, or David Evans, were involved with that organization, but only that materials for the organization were found in the collection. Items include correspondence, reports, newsletters, conference programs, directories, annual reports, and course information. Boxes 109-120 contain items relating to organizations with a significant amount of material. These are the National Academy of Engineering (box 109), the American Electronics Association (boxes 110-113), the American Management Association (box 114), the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics Conference (boxes 115-116), and the National Research Council (boxes 117-120). Boxes 121-124 contain materials relating to other organizations and are arranged alphabetically by organization. Unless otherwise specified, the materials in boxes 121-124 contain only correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
National Academy of Engineering
Box Folder
109 1-3
Correspondence
1971-1987
109 4
Cosine Committee
1971
109 5
Instructional Technology Committee
1970
109 6
Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering Peer Committee
1987
109 7
Committee On Educational Systems
109 8
Proposal
109 9
Business Session, Meeting Minutes
1978
109 10
Informational Brochures
109 11-12
Bylaws
1978
109 13
Areas of Activity Description
1978
109 14
Report of the President
1977-78
109 15
Founder's Award Lecture
1978
109 16-17
Workshop on Social Directions for Technology
1970
109 18-19
Program On the Application of Technology to Improve Productivity
1971
109 20
Membership Nominating Packet
1985
109 21
News Releases
1978-1979
109 22
News Report
1980
109 23
Miscellaneous
American Electronics Association
Boxes 112 and 113 contain items stemming from the American Electronic Association's annual investment-oriented Monterey Conference. It is likely that Evans & Sutherland officers attended this conference each year. Materials are arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
110 1-6
Correspondence
1975-1987
110 7
Tax Bill, Correspondence
1981
110 8
Capital Formation Task Force
110 9
Executive Institute
1981
110 10
Employment Questionnaire
1981
110 11
United States Congress Joint Economic Committee Survey
1981
110 12
Engineering Education Foundation
1981
110 13
Treasury Regulations
1981
110 14
"Strategies for Innovation, High Technology Industries and International Competitiveness"
1984
110 15-16
Annual Reports
1970-1984
110 17-18
Program Brochures
1978-1986
110 19
Membership Information
1983
110 20
Directories and Guidebooks
1979-1983
110 21
Directory Information
1982-1984
110 22
Miscellaneous
111 1
Holiday Survey
1979
111 2-8
Compensation Survey
1979-1985
111 9-14
Update
1979-1983
111 15-16
Industrial Relations Bulletin
1978-1981
111 17
California Legislative Bulletin
1979-1982
111 18
International Bulletin
1979-1980
111 19
Bulletin
1979-1982
112 1
Correspondence
1980
112 2
Chart Book
1980
112 3
Conference Materials
1980
112 4
Correspondence
1981
112 5
Analyst Rosters
1981
112 6
Conference Materials
1981
112 7
Correspondence
1983
112 8
Conference Materials
1983
112 9
Company Financial Profiles
1983
112 10-13
Analyst Profiles
1983
113 1
Correspondence
1984
113 2
Analyst Rosters
1984
113 3
Conference Materials
1984
113 4
Company Financial Profiles
1984
113 5-8
Analyst Profiles
1984
113 9
Conference Materials
1985
113 10
Participant Lists
1985
113 11
Company Financial Profiles
1985
113 12-15
Analyst Profiles
1985
113 16-17
Correspondence and Conference Materials
1986-1987
American Management Association
Box Folder
114 1-2
Correspondence
1980-1982
114 3
Reprint
114 4-6
Management Review
1982-1983
114 7-8
Council Reports
1980-1983
114 9
"Executive Time Management"
1980
114 10
"Managerial Values In Perspective"
1983
114 11
"Business-Media Relationship"
1981
114 12
Health Care Costs Report
1983
114 13
"Motivating the Distributor To Market Your Product"
1980
114 14
"Idea Management, How To Motivate Creativity and Innovation"
1980
114 15-17
Course Catalogs
1982-1985
114 18
Curriculum Guide
1982
114 19
Book Catalogs and Library Services
1980-1982
114 20-21
Management Courses
1980-1983
114 22
Courses
1976-1982
114 23
President's Association
Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics Conference (SIGGRAPH)
1977-1985
Box Folder
115 1-5
Conference Materials
1977-1982
115 6
Correspondence
1983
115 7
Audience Survey
1983
115 8-9
Final Report
1983
115 10
Correspondence
1984
115 11-12
Final Report
1984
115 14
Speech Notes
1984
115 15
Registration Material
1984
115 16
Correspondence
1985
115 17-18
Monthly Reports
1985
115 19-20
Audience Survey
1985
115 21
Executive Committee
1985
115 22
Conference Program
1985
115 23
Registration Materials
1985
116 1-5
Correspondence
1984-1986
116 6
Committee Meeting Minutes
1985-1986
116 7
Committee Member Lists
116 8
Papers Submission and Review Procedures
116 9
Financial Report
116 10
Budget
116 11
Use of Advanced Funds
116 12
Critical Dates Schedule
116 13
Committee Miscellaneous
116 14
Conference Program
116 15
Registration Materials
116 16
Miscellaneous
National Research Council
David Evans was involved in the National Research Council in a variety of aspects, each represented here. Bx 117 contains general information on the Council, as well as material relating to the Committee On Computer Aided Manufacturing (COCAM). Boxes 118-120 contain material stemming from the activities of the Manufacturing Studies Board.
Box Folder
117 1
Correspondence
1972; 1987
117 2
Commission On Internal Relations
1978
117 3-5
COCAM Correspondence
1977-1980
117 6
COCAM Meeting Agendas
1978-1980
117 7-9
COCAM Meeting Minutes
1978-1979
117 10-13
Annual Report
1978
117 14
Annual Report Draft
1978
117 15
COCAM Subcommittee On Critical Issues
Meeting Minutes.
1979
117 16
COCAM Subcommittee On Critical Issues
1978
117 17
COCAM Subcommittee On Critical Issues, Report
1978
117 18-23
COCAM Technical Review Subcommittee, Report
1979
117 24
IPAD Documentation
1978
117 25
Technology Transfer Workshop
1979
117 26
Data Base Workshop
1979
117 27
Travel Vouchers
1968-1969
117 28
Miscellaneous
1978-1986
118 1
Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems
Correspondence with attachments.
1986
118 2-4
Correspondence
1981-1986
118 5-18
Meeting Minutes
1984-1985
119 1-17
Meeting Agendas
1984-1986
119 18
Technological Leadership Program
1988
119 19
Manufacturing Systems Conference
1986
119 20
Management of Technology Workshop
1986
120 1-6
Member's Briefing Books
1985-1986
120 7-8
World-Wide Computer Aided Manufacturing Survey
1977
120 9-11
"Understanding the Future of U.S. Manufacturing"
1985
120 12-13
"Department of Defense's Role In Supporting Manufacturing Technology Development"
1985
120 14-15
"Industrial-Academic Cooperation In Manufacturing"
1985
120 16-17
"Role of Manufacturing Technology In Trade Adjustment Assistance"
1985
120 18-24
"Race To the Year 2000, Understanding the Coming Changes In U.S. Manufacturing"
1985
120 25
Mantech Study
1985
Associations and Conferences
Box Folder
121 1-3
American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Correspondence
1973-1977
121 4
American Federation of Information Processing Societies, National Computer Conference
1976-1981
121 5-7
American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Directory
1977
121 8
American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Newsletters
1973, 1976
121 9
American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Miscellaneous
121 10
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Correspondence
1983
121 11
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Visual and motion simulation conference proceedings.
1976
121 12
American Newspaper Publishers Association, Correspondence
1971
121 13
American Newspaper Publishers Association
J. Francis Reintjes, Donald R. Knudson and Hsin-Kuo Kan, "Computer Assisted Layout of Newspapers."
1977
121 14
American Society for Engineering Education, Correspondence
1970
121 15
American Society for Engineering Education, Miscellaneous
1970
121 16
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
1979-1987
121 17
Association for Computer Aided Design
1981
121 18
Association for Computing Machinery
1975-1979
121 19
Association of Data Processing Service Organizations
Correspondence, brochures and annual report.
1976-1982
121 20
Australian Computer Society
1969-1984
121 21
Battelle Computer Graphics Conference
1973-1974
121 22
Carnegie-Mellon University, Seminar materials
1974
121 23
Center for the Management of Professional and Scientific Work, Correspondence and Visit Agenda
1980-1981
121 24
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, Correspondence
1970-1982
121 25-26
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America, Washington Report
1979
122 1
Columbia University Workshop on Computer Graphics In Biology
1976
122 2
Computer Aided Manufacturing, International; Spring Seminar
1980
122 3
Computer Graphics Pioneers, Correspondence and Newsletter
1986
122 4
Computer Graphics Tokyo, Conference Materials and Notes
1984-1985
122 5
Computers and Communications Conference, Correspondence and Program
1969
122 6
Computer and Communications Industry Association
Correspondence, member service memo, and miscellaneous.
1982
122 7
Data Processing Management Association
1970
122 8
Engineer's Council For Professional Development
1979
122 9
Engineering Society of Detroit, Correspondence and Brochures
1976-1978
122 10-18
Graphics Utah Style, Correspondence and Brochures
1977-1986
122 19
Institute for Scientific Information
1976
122 20
International Air Transport Association, Presentation Materials
1976
122 21-22
International Federation for Information Processing, Correspondence and miscellaneous
1975-1977
122 23-25
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Correspondence
1971-1986
122 26
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Conference Papers
1978
122 27
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Evans' awards and biographies.
122 28
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Fellow Nominations
1981
122 29
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Conferences and Banquets
1969-1975
122 30
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Presentations and Notes
123 1
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Section Correspondence
1972-1986
123 2
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Winter Simulation Conference
Preliminary and final programs.
1984-1985
123 3
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Winter Simulation Conference
Correspondence, paper preparation, and Evans' address.
1985
123 4
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Echoes
1969
123 5
Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
1981
123 6
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Simulation
1986
123 7
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, News Clippings and Miscellaneous.
123 8
Interservice/Industry Training Equipment Conference, Correspondence and Conference Materials
1980
123 9
Japan Computer Graphics Association
1981
123 10
Jobs Utah Conference, Correspondence and Reports
1982
123 11
Mountain States Invention Exhibition
1971
123 12
National Academy of Sciences, Report
1979
123 13
National Alliance of Business, Correspondence and Newsletter
1978-1981
123 14
National Association of Accountants, Newsletter
1971
123 15
National Association of Manufacturers, Enterprise
1982
123 16-18
National Center for Productivity and Quality of Working Life
Correspondence and miscellaneous.
1978-1979
123 19-21
National Computer Graphics Association
Correspondence, newsletter, and conference materials.
1981-1982
123 22
National Computer Graphics Association, Miscellaneous
Volume
124 1-2
National Conference on University Programs in Computer Aided Engineering, Design, and Manufacturing, Proceedings
1983-1984
Folder
124 1
National Institutes of Health
1972
124 2
National Science Foundation
Research and development testimony.
1973
124 3-6
National Science Foundation, Proposals
1976-1979
124 7
National Science Foundation News
October 1979
124 8
National Science Foundation, Miscellaneous
1966-1984
124 9
National Security Industrial Association, News Release
1987
124 10
New Zealand Computer Society
1970
124 11
Nippon Computer Graphics Association, Correspondence and Conference Material
1983-1985
124 12
Research and Engineering for Automation and Productivity in Shipbuilding, Technical Symposium Review
1978
124 13
Rocky Mountain and Pacific Planetarium Associations
1985
124 14
Royal Aeronautical Society, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1977-1978
124 15
Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1977-1982.
124 16
Society of Logistics Engineers
1979
124 17
Stanford University Computer Forum
1980
124 18
Technical Marketing Society of America, Aerospace Market Outlook
1979-1981
124 19
U.S.A.-Japan Computer Conference
1971-1972
124 20
Utah Engineers' Council, Miscellaneous
1975-1987
124 21
Western Electronic Show and Convention
"Packaging and Interconnection Considerations in the Use of State-of-the-Art Integrated Circuits," 1975.
124 22
Who's Who

VII:  Computer and Electronics CompaniesReturn to Top

These are firms which have material in the collection, but for which there is no apparent evidence of a business relationship with Evans & Sutherland. Included are correspondence; technical, financial and business reports; product brochures; and other material. The section is arranged alphabetically by client name. Unless otherwise specified, the folders contain only correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
125 1
ACDC Electronics, Power Supply Specifications
1971
125 2
Adatek, Product Information
1983
125 3
Advanced Semiconductor Materials, Stock and Financial Reports
1981-1982
125 4-6
Advanced Technology Systems
Operations memo and exhibits, miscellaneous.
1981-1982
125 7
Aerotech
1982
125 8
Aker Engineering
Technical EDP-systems information.
1977
125 9-12
Altek
Correspondence, product brochure, and financial statements.
1982
125 13
American Robot, Product Information
125 14
Amkor & Anam, Information Brochure
125 15
Apple, Dealer Newsletter
1983
125 16
Apple, Annual Report
1984
125 17
Applied Devices Corporation, Stock Reports
1981
125 18
Applied Devices Corporation, Annual Report
1980
125 19
Applied Devices Corporation, Product Brochures
125 20
Applied Dynamics International, Product Information
125 21-22
Applied Research of Cambridge, Product Information
1973-1976
125 23
Apollo Computers, Investment Report
1984
125 24
Apollo Computers, Proxy Statement
1983
125 25
Apollo Computers, Brochures and Miscellaneous
125 26
Augat, Inc., Product Information
1975
126 1
BSL Technology, SEC Form 10-Q
1982
126 2-3
BSL Technology, SEC Form 10-K
1982
126 4
BSL Technology, Annual Report
1981
126 5-7
BSL Technology, Brochures
126 8
BSL Technology, Miscellaneous
126 9
Battelle, Correspondence and Reports
1977-1982
126 10
Beehive Medical Electronics, Miscellaneous
126 11
Big Picture, International, Product Information
1978
126 12
Biomation, Product Information
A photograph attached to this material has been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 27.
1975
126 13-14
CAE Industries, Annual Reports and Meeting Notice
1977-1979
126 15
CPS, Inc., Product Information
1973
126 16-17
Cadtec, Business Plan
1980
126 18-21
Cadtrak, Investment Memorandum and Brochures
1984
126 22
Cadware, Miscellaneous
126 23
Compugraphic, Annual Report
1972
126 24
Compunex, Miscellaneous
126 25
Computek, Miscellaneous
1971
126 26
Computer Video Corporation, Correspondence and Product Literature
1982
127 1
Computervision, Stock Reports
1973-1979
127 2
Computervision, Investment Reports
1973-1982
127 3-4
Computervision, Growth Study
1973
127 5
Computervision, Prospecti
1972-1978
127 6-8
Computervision, Annual Reports
1972-1978
127 9-10
Computervision, Product Brochures and Miscellaneous
127 11
Coto-Coil, Inc., Product Information
1975
127 12-17
Creative Design Technologies, Business Plan and Supplement
1986
127 18
Cullinane, Prospectus
1978
127 19
Daini Seikosha, Product Brochures
1980
127 20
Datamation, News Release
1979
127 21
Datawest
1982
127 22-24
Digital Productions, Reports
1981
127 25
R. R. Donnelly & Sons, System Description
1977
127 26
ECRM, Correspondence and Annual Report
1973-1974
127 27
ELXSI, Correspondence and Product Information
1981
127 28
Envirotech, Annual Report
1974
127 29
FEGS, Ltd., Reports
127 30
Falcon Research, Brochure
1982
128 1
Floating Point Systems, Product Information and Reports
128 2-3
Flight Safety International, Annual Report and Miscellaneous
1975-1982
128 4
Ford, Bacon & Davis, Information Brochure
128 5
Forth, Product Information
1978-1979
128 6
General DataComm Industries, Prospectus
1980
128 7
Genisco Computers, Product Information
1980
128 8-9
Graphica, Product Brochures
128 10
Granger Associates, Annual Report
1981
128 11-14
Greyhawk Systems, Business Plan
1985
128 15
Harris, Annual Report
1975
128 16
Hewlett-Packard, Product Brochure
1975
128 17
Human Computing Resources, Product Information
1976
128 18
IMLAC Corp.
1971-1978
128 19
Info-Max, Product Brochure
1970
128 20
Information Displays, Annual Report
1972
128 21
Information International, Annual Report
1972
128 22
Infotech International, Correspondence and Product Information
1979
128 23
Infotron Systems, Annual Report
1982
128 24
Integrated Circuit Engineering Corporation, Newsletter
1981
128 25
Integrated Software Systems Corporation, Product Information
1978
128 26
Inter-Tel, Prospectus
1982
128 27
Interactive Data Systems, Brochures
128 28-29
International Data
Correspondence, reports, and product brochures.
1970-1981
128 30
International TechneGroup, Stock Offering
1985
128 31
Internordic, Geometric Product Models
128 32
Laser-Scan, Correspondence and Product Brochures
1974
128 33
Arthur D. Little, Inc., Correspondence and Product Brochure
1977-1978
128 34
Litton Industries, Financial Report
1982
129 1
Lucasfilm, Miscellaneous
129 2-3
Lundy Electronics, Annual Report and Miscellaneous
1979
129 4-5
Lytron Systems, Business Plan
1983
129 6
Lytron Systems, LOIS Asset Value Plan
1983
129 7
Lytron Systems, Product Brochures
129 8
Lytron Systems, Miscellaneous
1983
129 9-10
MIPS Computer Systems
Press articles and background information.
1985
129 11-12
MIPS Computer Systems, Technical Articles
1985
129 13
MSI Data Corporation, Annual Report
1976
129 14-16
Mathematical Applications Group, Inc.
Annual report, product brochure, and miscellaneous.
1979-1982
129 17
David W. Mann Company, Product Information
1971
129 18
Masscomp, Product Brochures
129 19
Matra Technology, Correspondence and Reports
1982
129 20-21
Megapel, Business Plan
1984
129 22
Mentor Graphics, Product Brochure
1983
129 23
Metagraphics
1985
129 24
Mitel, Prospectus and Stock Report
1981-1982
129 25
Mitre
"Overview of the TICCIT Program," Photographs attached to this material have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 28.
1974
129 26
Modular Computer Systems, Prospectus
1978
129 27
Mostek, Memory System Cost Comparison
129 28-29
Mostek, Annual Report and Product Brochures
1974
130 1
NAC, Brochures
1977
130 2
NBI, Annual Report
1982
130 3
NJE, Product Catalog
1976
130 4-5
National Computer Systems, Annual Report and Miscellaneous
1977
130 6
National Research Development Corporation, Bulletins
1977-1978
130 7-8
Nord, Product Brochures
130 9
OmniComp, Advertising Circular
1975
130 10
On-Line Systems
1981
130 11
Optronics International, Product Information
130 12-13
Orbis
"Nucleus Telcom Structure, Quick Start for Developing Nations"
1981
130 14-16
Ovonics, SEC Form 10-K
1984
130 17-18
Ovonics, SEC Registration Statement
1984
130 19-27
Ovonics, SEC Form S-1
1984
130 28
Pansophic, Prospectus
1983
130 29
Paradyne, Prospectus
1980
130 30
Perkin-Elmer
1981
130 31
Phillips Test & Measuring Instruments, Inc., Product Information
131 1
Printronix, Product Brochure
131 2
Pulse Engineering, News Release
1975
131 3
Quantum Science Corporation, Integrated Workstation Client Proposal
1979
131 4
Quantronix Corporation, SEC Form S-2
1969
131 5-7
Racal Electronics, Annual Report and Company Overview
1980-1981
131 8
Racom International, Product Description.
Photographs attached to this material have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 29.
131 9-10
Ramtek, Annual Report and Miscellaneous
1978-1980
131 11-14
Raster Technologies, Placement Memorandum
1983
131 15-16
Raster Technologies, Board Meeting Minutes
1983
131 17-18
Raster Technologies, Signal Processing Analysis Report
1983
131 19-20
Raster Technologies, Investment Brochure
1984
131 21-22
Raster Technologies, Product Information and Miscellaneous
131 23
Rath & Strong, Correspondence and Agreements
1984
131 24-25
Rath & Strong, Report
1983
131 26
Research Triangle Institute
"Industrial Review of the Material Flow Characteristics Model Associated with the Air Force Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing Program," 1979.
131 27-30
Research Triangle Institute
J. A. Tompkins, "Material Flow Characteristics in Aerospace Production"
1978
132 1
Rogers Corporation, Product Information
1975
132 2
Sanders Associates, Miscellaneous
1977-1981
132 3
Seagate Technology, Prospectus
1981
132 4
Seillac, Product Information
1983
132 5
Selective Electronic Company, SEL-Spot System Product Information
1976
132 6
Sequent Computers, Product Information
1984
132 7-11
Sequent Computers, Guide to Writing Diagnostics
1984
132 12-13
Sequent Computers, Hardware Guide
1984
132 14-15
Sycor, Product Brochures
1978
132 16
Symbolics, Technical Summary
1984
132 17-19
Symbolics, Prospecti
1984-1985
132 20
Symbolics, Investment Study
1985
132 21
Symbolics, SEC Forms 10-Q
1984-1985
132 22
Symbolics, Financial and Stock Reports
132 23
Symbolics, Magazine Reprints
132 24-27
Symbolics, Product Information and Miscellaneous
1985-1987
132 28
System Industries, Prospectus and Financial Report
1981-1982
132 29
Systems Technology
1979
132 30
TRI Corporation, Product Information
1975
132 31
Tandem Computers, Prospectus
1979
133 1
Tektronix, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1970-1978
133 2
Tektronix, SEC Form 10-K
1976
133 3
Tektronix,, Annual Report
1977
133 4
Tektronix, Product Brochure
1978
133 5
Telesys
1980
133 6
Thermawave, Shareholder Consent
1986
133 7-8
Three Rivers Computer Corp, Correspondence, Notes, and Prospectus
1979
133 9
Tracor, Inc., Prospectus
1980
133 10
Triad Systems, Prospectus
1979
133 11
Tylan, Prospectus
1980
133 12
Unimation, Product Brochures and Miscellaneous
133 13
United States Robots, Investment Memorandum
1982
133 14-15
U. S. Robots, Product Information and Miscellaneous
Photographs attached to material in folder 14 have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 30.
133 16
Univac, Miscellaneous
1970-1978
133 17-19
Utah Innovation Center, Prospectus
1983
133 20-21
Utah Innovation Center, Brochure Draft and Miscellaneous
1979
133 22
V-R Information Systems, Correspondence and Miscellaneous
1980
133 23-26
Visic, Inc., Reorganization Documents
1985
133 27
Visic, Inc., Amendment and Consent
1985
133 28
Visic, Inc., Registration Rights Agreement
1985
134 1
Visual Engineering, Product information
1985
134 2-4
Wafertech, Business Plans
1983
134 5
Wafertech, Offering Documents
1983
134 6
Wang, Product Brochure
1979
134 7
Wasatch Education Systems, Correspondence and Brochure
1985
134 8
Weitek
1982-1986
134 9
Wellington Computer Systems, Correspondence and Prospectus
1970
134 10
Whitechapel Computerworks, Product Brochure
1984
134 11
Photocopy
1975-1977
134 12
Seybold Report
1981
134 13-14
William M. Newman and Robert F. Sproull, "Approach to Graphics System Design"
1973
134 15
Alan Borning, "Thinglab, Constraint-Oriented Simulation Laboratory"
1979
134 16
Richard F. Lyon, "Optical Mouse, and an Architectural Methodology for Smart Digital Sensors"
1981
134 17
"Ethernet Local Network, Three Reports"
1980
134 18
C. P. Thacker, "Alto, Personal Computer"
1979
134 19
James H. Morris, "Real Programming in Functional Languages"
1981
134 20
Lynn Conway, "MPC Adventures: Experiences with the Generation of VLSI Design and Implementation Methodologies"
1981
134 21
John E. Warnock, "Display of Characters Using Gray Level Sample Arrays"
1980
134 22
Robert F. Sproull, "Raster Graphics for Interactive Programming Environments"
1979
134 23
Ron Levin and Michael D. Schroeder. "Transport of Electronic Messages Through a Network"
1979
134 24
Xi Information Processing Systems, Correspondence and Product Brochure
1982
134 25
Yankee Group, Seminar Brochures
1982
134 26
Zia Corporation
1981

VIII:  Professional PapersReturn to Top

This section contains academic papers and miscellaneous magazine reprints found in the collection, and is divided into two sections. Box 135 contains papers written by Evans & Sutherland employees (arranged alphabetically by author), including David Evans (arranged alphabetically by title). Boxes 136-139 contain papers written by other authors which are arranged alphabetically by author.

Container(s) Description Dates
Papers, Evans & Sutherland Employees
Folders 1-23 contain papers written or co-written by David Evans, while folders 24-32 contain papers written or co-written by Evans & Sutherland personnel, regardless of whether or not they were Evans & Sutherland employees at the time of publication.
Box Folder
135 1
"Address Mapping and the Control of Access"
1966
135 2
"Address Mapping and the Control of Access in an Interactive Computer"
1967
135 3
"Analog Device for the Solution of Simultaneous 10 x 10 Linear and Secular Equations"
1953
135 4
"Bendix G-15 General Purpose Computer"
135 5
"Bendix G-20 Data Processing System"
1960
135 6
"Communication Between Men and Computers"
1968
135 7
"Computer Logic and Memory"
1966
135 8
"Computer Science at the University of Utah"
1967
135 9-10
"External Control and Memory for a Binary Differential Analyzer"
1953
135 11
"File Systems and Processors"
1967
135 12
"General Electric Commercial Computers--1970 and Beyond"
1966
135 13
"Half-Tone Perspective Drawings by Computer"
1967
135 14
"Information Systems: Separation of the File and the Processing Subsystems"
1967
135 15
"Interactive Computer Graphics"
1968
135 16
"Interrupts and Events"
1967
135 17
"Memory Mapping and Capability Control in Interactive Computers"
1966
135 18-23
"Syntax Directed On-Line Recognition of Cursive Writing"
1968
135 24
Stephen R. Black, "Digital Processing of 3-D Data to Generate Interactive Real-Time Dynamic Pictures"
135 25
Bob Davis and Lynn K. Thorsen, "High Performance Graphics in the IBM Environment"
1983
135 26
John Gaffney and Robert Stults, "Need for a Procedure Modeling System"
1979
135 27
Alyn P. Rockwood, "General Surface Rendering by Exhaustive Sampling"
135 28
Robert A. Schumacker, "New Visual System Architecture"
1980
135 29
Robert Stults, "Theory and Practice of Design in the Age of Information Machines"
1979
135 30
Ivan Sutherland, "Computer Displays"
1970
135 31
Ivan Sutherland and Gary W. Hodgman, "Reentrant Polygon Clipping"
1974
135 32
Ivan Sutherland and Carver A. Mead, "Microelectronics and Computer Science"
1977
Papers, Outside Authors
Box Folder
136 1
"Bench-Mark For the Study of a System For Drawing and For Simultaneous 5-Axis Machining"
136 2
"Influence of Visual Experience and Degree of Stylization On Height and Distance Judgement In Aircraft Approach Scenes"
1976
136 3-6
"Japan Phenomenon"
1974
136 7
"Notes On Data Base Systems"
1975
136 8
"Proposal To Establish a Consortium For Research and Development of Potential Energy Functions"
1985
136 9
Herbert L. Abrams and Barbara J. McNeil, "Medical Implications of Computed Tomography," part two
1978
136 10
Paul Adorian, "Rockets"
136 11-12
Allen, Dell K, "Approach to Computer Integrated Manufacturing At Brigham Young University"
1982
136 13
Arthur Arnone, "Changes In the Tertiary Structure of Cytosolic Aspartate Aminotransferase Induced By the Binding of Inhibitors and Substrates"
1982
136 14
Alan H. Barr, "Superquadrics and Angle-Preserving Transformations"
1982
136 15
David E. Berlew, "Leadership and Organizational Excitement"
136 16
Yves J. Bernascon and Jean M. Brun, "Automated Aids For the Design of Mechanical Parts"
1975
136 17
P. Bruce Berra, "Some Problems In Associative Processor Applications To Data Base Management"
c. 1974
136 18
James F. Blinn, "Computer Display of Curved Surfaces"
1977
136 19
James F. Blinn, "Models of Light Reflection For Computer Synthesized Pictures"
1977
136 20
James F. Blinn, "Homogenous Formulation For Lines In 3 Space"
1977
136 21
Jack Bologna, "Managing the `High-Tech, High-Talent' Employee"
136 22
Bork, Alfred, Two Reports
1976
136 23
Giles S. Brindley, "Sensory Effects of Electrical Stimulation of the Visual and Paravisual Cortex in Man"
1973
136 24
Allan G. Bromley, "On the Feasibility Of a Graphics Display Using a Point-By-Point Picture Memory Buffer"
136 25
Harlan Brown, "Discovering the Growth Niche"
1982
136 26
Russell A. Brown, "Computerized Tomography-Computer Graphics Approach To Stereotaxic Localization"
1979
136 27
Russell A. Brown, "Stereotactic Head Frame for Use With CT Body Scanners"
1979
136 28
E. Catmull and J. Clark, "Recursively Generated B-Spline Surfaces On Arbitrary Topological Meshes"
1978
136 29
Wendell D. Chase, "Effect of Color On Pilot Performance and Transfer Functions Using a Full-Spectrum, Calligraphic, Color Display System"
1976
136 30
Ranjit Chatterjee, "Mechanism For the Increase In the Solubility of Deoxyhemoglobin S Due to Cross-Linking the Chains Between Lys 82 1 and Lys 82 2"
136 31
Chen, Wen-Sherng; David P. Bohlken and Bryce V. Plapp. "Inactivation of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenases and Inhibition of Ethanol Metabolism by Ambivalent Active-Site-Directed Reagents"
1981
136 32
Wen-Sherng Chen and Bryce V. Plapp, "Ambivalent Active-Site-Directed Inactivators of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase"
1978
136 33
David L. Childs, "Description Of a Set-Theoretic Data Structure"
1968
136 34
D. L. Childs, "Development Of a Set-Theoretic Data Structure"
136 35
D. L. Childs, "Feasibility Of a Set-Theoretic Data Structure, General Structure Based On a Reconstituted Definition Of Relation"
1969
136 36
H. N. Christiansen, "Applications of Continuous Tone Computer Generated Images in Structural Mechanics"
1974
136 37
H. N. Christiansen, B. E. Brown and L. E. McCleary, "Continuous Tone Images with Hidden Surface Removal"
1975
136 38
H. N. Christiansen, B. E. Brown and L. E. McCleary, "General Purpose Computer Graphics System for Finite Element Models"
1976
136 39
James H. Clark, "Fast Scan-Line Algorithm For Rendering Parametric Surfaces"
1979
136 40
E. F. Codd, "Relational Completeness Of Data Base Sublanguages"
136 41
E. F. Codd, "Relational Model of Data For Large Shared Data Banks"
1970
136 42-43
Elaine Cohen, Tom Lyche and Richard Riesenfeld, "Discreet B-Splines and Subdivision Techniques In Computer Aided Geometric Design and Computer Graphics"
1979
136 44
Steve M. Collins and Robert C. Arzbaecher, "Efficient Algorithm For Waveform Analysis Using the Correlation Coefficient"
1981
136 45
Steve M. Collins and Robert C. Arzbaecher, "Feedback Control In the Management of Cardiac Arrythmias"
1979
136 46
George P. Copeland, G. J. Lipovski and Stanley Y. W. Su, "Architecture of CASSM: A Cellular System For Non-Numeric Processing"
136 47
J. A. Cramer, J. C. Ehrhardt and S. M. Collins, "Second Harmonic Analysis In the Assessment of Ventricular Contraction Patterns From Radionuclide Images"
1981
137 1
William J. Cromie, "Room At the Bottom"
1981
137 2
Franklin Crow, "Rendition of Fine Detail In Computer-Generated Continuous-Tome Images"
137 3
Dan R. Dalton and William D. Todor, "Turnover Turned Over, Expanded and Positive Perspective"
1979
137 4
Gene W. Dalton and Paul H. Thompson, "Accelerating Obsolescence of Older Engineers"
1971
137 5
Gene W. Dalton, Paul H. Thompson and Raymond L, "Four Stages of Professional Careers, New Look At Performance By Professionals"
1977
137 6
Bonner Day, "Simulators, Mixed Blessing"
1978
137 7
Casper R. DeFiore and P. Bruce Berra, "Data Management System Utilizing An Associative Memory"
1973
137 8
Paul Dickson, "Official Rules of Engineering"
1978
137 9
W. H. Dobelle and M. G. Mladejovsky, "Phosphenes Produced By Electrical Stimulation of Human Occipital Cortex, and Their Application To the Development Of a Prosthesis For the Blind"
1974
137 10
W. H. Dobelle, Michael G. Mladejovsky and Jerald R. Evans, "`Braille' Reading By a Blind Volunteer By Visual Cortex Stimulation"
1975
137 11
W. H. Dobelle, M. G. Mladejovsky and J. P. Girvin, "Artificial Vision for the Blind: Electrical Stimulation of Visual Cortex Offers Hope for a Functional Prosthesis"
1974
137 12-13
William H. Dobelle, "Electrical Stimulation of Human Visual Cortex: Mapping the Representation of the Visual Field By Phosphene Localization"
1978
137 14
R. Dube, "SURFED, Interactive Editor for Free-Form Surfaces"
1978
137 15
Jeffrey F. Eastman and John Staudhammer, "Computer Display of Colored Three-Dimensional Objects"
137 16
J. Encarnacao and U. Trambacz, "Design and Organization of a General-Purpose Display Processor"
137 17
Jerald R. Evans, "Brightness of Phosphenes Elicited by Electrical Stimulation of Human Visual Cortex"
1978
137 18
Gordon C. Everstine and James M. McKee, "Survey of Pre-and Postprocessors For NASTRAN"
137 19
Ali M. Fakharzadeh, "Computer Generated Cross-Sectional Views of Solid Objects"
1975
137 20
L. J. Feeser and R. H. Ewald, "Dissemination of Graphics Oriented Programs"
137 21
Dan A. Francisco, "Tomographic Thallium-201 Myocardial Perfusion Scintigrams After Maximal Coronary Artery Vasodilation With Intravenous Dipyridamole, Comparison of Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches"
1982
137 22-23
Edward H. Frank and Robert F. Sproull, "Testing and Debugging Custom Integrated Circuits"
1980
137 24
Wm. Randolph Franklin, "Fast Object Space Hidden Surface Algorithm"
1976
137 25
Edward A. Geiser, David J. Skorton and Donald A. Conetta, "Quantification of Left Ventricular Function By Two-Dimensional Echocardiography, Consideration of Factors Restricting Image Quality"
1982
137 26-27
John P. Girvin, "Electrical Stimulation of Human Visual Cortex, Effect of Stimulus Parameters on Phosphene Threshold"
1978
137 28
Henri Gouraud, "Continuous Shading of Curved Surfaces"
Photographs attached to this paper have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 31.
1971
137 29
Richard T. Hildebrandt, "AB Initio Energy Surfaces for Bioorganic Molecules"
137 30
Anatol Holt, "Proposal for a Design Language and Design Tool for Inter-Process Communication"
1977
137 31
Anatol W. Holt, "Net Models of Organizational Systems, in Theory and Practice"
137 32
Edward M. Huff and David C. Nagel, "Psychological Aspects of Aeronautical Flight Simulation"
1975
137 33
David A. Huffman, "Curvature and Creases, Primer on Paper"
137 34
Gregory M. Hunter, "Full-Color Television, From the Computer, Refreshed by Run-Length Codes in Main Memory"
1975
137 35
John S. James, "FORTH for Micro-Computers"
1978
137 36
Japanese Atomic Energy Research Institute
Oversize items attached to these materials are item 81 in box 146.
137 37
Michael Johnson, "Computer Graphics Molecular Modeling Facility for Teaching Molecular Structure and Function"
1985
137 38
Robert M. Keller, Gary Lindstrom and Suhas Patil, "Loosely-Coupled Applicative Multi-Processing System"
1979
138 1-4
Lewis G. Knapp, "Design Scheme Using Coons Surfaces With Non-Uniform Basis B-Spline Curves"
1979
138 5
H. E. Kramel and G. Rogers, "Modeling For Arch Design"
1979
138 6
Ralph Landau, "Innovation for Fun and Profit"
1979
138 7-10
J. M. Lane and R. F. Riesenfeld, "Application of Total Positivity To Computer Aided Curve and Surface Design"
1977
138 11
Warren G. Lavey, "Legal Protection of Computer Graphics Software"
1983
138 12
Thomas B. Leary, "Expediting and Controlling Antitrust Litigation--The Demand for Legal Cost Containment"
1982
138 13
R. M. Lee, "Investigation of Two Violins Using a Computer Graphic Display"
1975
138 14
Cyrus Levinthal, "System for Storing and Retrieving Information at the Molecular Level"
1976
138 15
Chyuan-Shiun Lin, Untitled
1974
138 16
C. S. Lin and Diane C. P. Smith, "Design of a Rotating Associative Array Memory for Relational Data Base Management Application"
138 17
D. A. B. Lindberg and F. R. Watson, "Imprecision of Laboratory Determinations and Diagnostic Accuracy, Theoretical Considerations"
1974
138 18-19
Robert T. Lund, "Numerically Controlled Machine Tools and Group Technology, Study of U. S. Experience"
1978
138 20
Donald H. J. Mackay, "Computer Assisted Protein Design"
138 21
Donald H. J. Mackay, "Long Range Forces: Treatment of Electrostatics in Proteins"
138 22
W. R. Mallgren and A. C. Shaw, "Concatenating Transformations in Hierarchic Graphics"
1976
138 23
Keith L. McDonald, "Proposed Spherical Harmonic Analysis Program for Geomagnetic Data"
1971
138 24
Torbin Meisling, "Exploratory Survey of CAM Technology"
1979
138 25
N. Minsky, "Associative-Addressing Capability on Cylinder-Memories and its Applications"
1972
138 26
Richard Moulder, "Implementation of a Data Management System on an Associative Processor"
1973
138 27-28
Martin E. Newell, "Communication with Models of Three Dimensional Objects"
138 29
Martin E. Newell, "On Synthesizing Anti-Aliased Images"
1976
138 30
Martin E. Newell, "Utilization of Algorithm Structures in Digital Image Synthesis"
138 31
Gregory M. Ordy and Frederic I. Parke, "Evaluation of the N.mPc Design Environment"
138 32
Elliott I. Organick and Joseph Wilson Thomas, "Computer-Generated Semantic Displays"
1974
138 33
Frederic I. Parke, "Computer Animation Using Parametric Models"
1975
138 34
Frederic I. Parke, "Computer Generated Animation of Faces"
138 35
Frederic I. Parke, "Computer Graphics Models for the Human Face"
1979
138 36
Frederic I. Parke, "Model for Human Faces that Allows Speech Synchronized Animation"
1975
138 37
Frederic I. Parke, "Introduction to the N.mPc Design Environment"
138 38
Frederic I. Parke, "Measuring Three-Dimensional Surfaces with a Two-Dimensional Data Tablet"
1975
138 39
Frederic I. Parke, "Parallel Architecture for Shaded Graphics"
1979
138 40
Frederic I. Parke and Mark Friedell, "Interactive Simulation of Biomechanical Systems, Kinematics and Stress of the Human Knee"
138 41
Frederic I. Parke, Donald C. Hewitt and Charles W. Rose, "N.mPc Runtime Environment"
138 42
Frederic I. Parke and Frank R. Koperda, "Interactive Design of Visual Aids"
138 43
James L. Parker, "Logic-Per-Track Retrieval System"
1972
138 44
John R. Parsons, "Interactive Spatial Warp and Image Registration"
138 45
Suhas H. Patil and Terry A. Welch, "Programmable Logic Approach for VLSI"
1979
138 46
David A. Pearlman, "Experimentally Derived Point Charges for Proteins"
138 47
Bui Tuong Phong and Franklin C. Crow, "Improved Rendition of Polygonal Models of Curved Surfaces"
138 48
B. V. Plapp, E. Zeppezauer and C.I. Branden, "Crystallization of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase Activated by the Modification of Amino Groups"
1978
138 49-50
Jackie Potts, "For the Computer Gourmet, Graphics"
139 1
K. N. Reid, "Research Needs in Mechanical Systems"
1984
139 2
Richard F. Riesenfeld, "Aspects of Modeling in Computer Aided Geometric Design"
1975
139 3
John F. Reiser and Donald E. Knuth, "Evading the Drift in Floating-Point Addition"
1975
139 4
Aristides A. Requicha, "Representations for Rigid Solids, Theory, Methods, and Systems"
1980
139 5
Aristides A. G. Requicha, "Zeros of Entire Functions, Theory and Engineering Applications"
1980
139 6
Ronald D. Resch, "Portfolio of Shaded Computer Images"
1974
139 7
Ronald D. Resch, "Topological Design of Sculptural and Architectural Systems"
1973
139 8
R. A. Robb, "DSR, High-Speed Three-Dimensional X-Ray Computed Tomography System for Dynamic Spatial Reconstruction of the Heart and Circulation"
1979
139 9
G. Rogers, "Dynamic 3-D Modeling for Architectural Design"
1978
139 10-14
Allen B. Rosenstein, "National Policy Facilitating Foundation"
1983
139 15
John A. Saunders, "CADAM, Graphics System for All Seasons"
139 16
Bruce Schachter and Narendra Ahuja, "History of Visual Flight Simulation"
1980
139 17
Murray Shohat, "From Submarine to Satellite, Diverse Applications for Digital Image Generation Techniques"
139 18
Charles L. Seitz, "Ideas About Arbiters"
1980
139 19
David J. Skorton, "Three-Dimensional Finite Element Reconstructions from Two-Dimensional Echocardiograms for Estimation of Myocardial Elastic Properties"
1982
139 20
David J. Skorton, "Digital Image Processing of Two Dimensional Echocardiograms, Identification of the Endocardium"
1981
139 21-23
Kent F. Smith, Assorted Papers
"Masher: An Automatic VLSI Layout System;" "Comparison of the Path Programmable Logic Design Methodology with Other Custom and Semicustom Approaches;" "Cost Effective VLSI Design System;" "Design of Regular Arrays Using CMOS in PPL;" and "Structured Logic Design of Integrated circuits Using the Storage/Logic Array (SLA)."
1983
139 24
Robert B. Smith, "Computer Graphics in Geophysics"
1972
139 25
John Staudhammer, Jeffrey F. Eastman and James N. England, "Fast Display-Oriented Processor"
1974
139 26-27
Nam P. Suh, "Manufacturing and Productivity"
139 28
Joseph W. Thomas and Elliott I Organick, "Visible Semantics For Programming Languages"
1974
139 29
Paul H. Thompson and Gene W. Dalton, "Are R & D Organizations Obsolete"
1976
139 30
H. R. Tordhol "Specifications for the SPICS Drawing Production System"
1978
139 31
Herbert B. Voelcker and Aristides A. G. Requicha, "Geometric Modeling of Mechanical Parts and Processes"
1978
139 32
Carl J. Vorst, "New Visual Simulation Technique for Pilot Training"
1976
139 33
Joseph A. Walder, Roxanne Y Walder and Arthur Arnone, "Development of Antisickling Compounds that Chemically Modify Hemoglobin S Specifically within the 2,3-Diphosphoglycerate Binding Site"
1980
139 34
Kevin M. Whitney, "Fourth Generation Data Management Systems"
1973
139 35
Kent R. Wilson, "Many-Atom Molecular Dynamics with an Array Processor"
1977
139 36
Kent R. Wilson, "Multiprocessor Molecular Mechanics"
1975
139 37
N. Wirth "Personal Computer Designed for Use with a High-Level Language"
139 38-39
P. A. Woodsford, "Design and Implementation of the GINO 3D Graphics Software Package"
1971
139 40
Working Women, "Race Against Time, Automation of the Office"
1980

IX:  MiscellaneousReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
University of Utah/Brigham Young University
The items in this box are concerned with activities at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University; yet do not have an obvious tie with David Evans' or Evans & Sutherland professional and/or business involvement with the universities. Materials concerning the business relationship of these two universities with Evans & Sutherland are located in Section V of the collection, while items concerned with inter-action between them and David Evans are located in Section I.
Box Folder
140 1
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science, Correspondence
1975-1978
140 2
University of Utah Computer Center, Security Manual
1968
140 3
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science
Text retrieval demonstration.
1984
140 4
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science
Graphical man-made communications project.
1967-1977
140 5
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science, Technical Memorandum
1972
140 6-7
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science, Department Handbooks
1977-78 and 1978-79
140 8
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science, Departmental Directories
1976
140 9
University of Utah, Department of Computer Science
Colloquium and presentation announcements.
1976-1984
140 10-13
University of Utah, Department of Electrical Engineering, Correspondence
1979-1986
140 14
University of Utah, Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty Meeting Summaries
1980-1983
140 15
University of Utah, Department of Electrical Engineering, Miscellaneous
140 16
University of Utah Technical Liaison Program
1981
140 17
University of Utah Graduate School of Business, Correspondence
1979-1986
140 18-20
Utah State Board of Regents, Report with Attached Correspondence
140 21
University of Utah Research Proposals
1974, 1975
140 22
University of Utah, Brochures
140 23
University of Utah, Miscellaneous Correspondence
1978-1985
140 24
University of Utah, Miscellaneous
1966-1985
140 25
Brigham Young University, Correspondence
1981-1986
140 26
Brigham Young University, Alliance With Industry Program
Correspondence and reports.
1982-1986
140 27
Brigham Young University, "Movie. Brigham Young University"
Report and brochure.
1982
140 28
Brigham Young University, Research Proposal
1978
140 29
Brigham Young University, Conferences
1981-1983
140 30
Brigham Young University, Miscellaneous
Other Universities/Theses, Dissertations, and University of Utah Research
Folders 1-19 contain materials relating to computer or electrical engineering activities at other universities, besides the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, which do not reveal a business relationship with Evans & Sutherland. Some of these institutions did have a business relationship with Evans & Sutherland, and the relevant items are located in Section V of the collection. Folders 20-29 contain drafts and proposals for theses and dissertations written by graduate students, while the last three folders in this box contain papers written by students that may or may not be connected with graduate work and unidentified research proposals. It is unclear whether or not Evans was involved with all of these students or their graduate work.
Box Folder
141 1
Boston University, Computer Graphics Center
1982
141 2
Colorado State University, Computer Assisted Engineering Program
1984
141 3-5
University of California at Berkeley, Graduate Program Development Proposal
1983
141 6
University of California at Berkeley
Plan for microelectronics and computer-aided design.
1981
141 7
University of California at Santa Barbara
Community and Organization Research Institute conference agenda.
1977
141 8
University of California at Santa Barbara
Cooperative Research Center report and newsletter.
141 9-10
University of California at Santa Barbara
Cooperative Research Center, high-speed image processing prospectus.
1984
141 11-14
University of California at Santa Barbara
Department of Electrical Engineering, microelectronics laboratory prospectus.
1985
141 15
University of Houston, Request for Funding
1980
141 16-18
University of Michigan, Information Portfolio
1981
141 19
University of Rochester, Production Automation Project
1977-1981
141 20
Philip Chang, "Optimization Techniques for Relational Data Base Systems"
Dissertation proposal.
1976
141 21
Jerald Evans, Untitled Dissertation Proposal
1977
141 22
Lawrence Evans, "Real-Time Three-Dimensional Digitizing," Thesis proposal
141 23
Robert Garn, "Report of Research Proposed for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Utah"
Dissertation proposal report.
1977
141 24
Chyuan-Shiun Lin, "Architecture for Generalized Data Base Management System," Thesis Proposal
141 25-27
Chyuan-Shiun Lin, Untitled Thesis Draft
141 28
Duane M Palyka, "Interactive Design System for Creating Computer Sculpture"
Dissertation proposal
1976
141 29
Garland Stern, "In-Betweening by Computer, " Thesis Proposal
141 30
Lance Williams and Larry Evans, "Bandlimited Points"
This is a paper written for Computer Science course at the University of Utah.
141 31-32
UU Dept. of Computer Science
Research proposals. Photographs attached to material in folder 31 have been removed to P0452, Bx 3, Fd 32.
1974, 1976
Outside Companies
The materials in boxes 142-144 contain items pertaining to firms that did not fit the criteria for companies in above sections; that is, none of these are computer or electronics companies, or financial firms. If any business relationship with Evans & Sutherland existed, the materials found did not indicate this fact. Unless otherwise specified, all folders contain only correspondence.
Box Folder
142 1
American Book-Stratford Press, Inc., Annual Report
1970
142 2
Applied Products, News Release
1970
142 3
Avco Lycoming, Product Brochures
142 4
Bechtel, Brochure
1980
142 5-6
Continental Bank, Annual Report and Brochure
1981-1982
142 7
Harrison R. Cooper Systems, Brochure
1980
142 8
Corporate Planning, Inc., Miscellaneous
1980
142 9
DNA Medical, Stock Report and News Clipping
1982
142 10
Exac Corporation
1985
142 11
Exac Corporation, Hearing Notice
1985
142 12-15
Exac Corporation
Exchange agreement and reorganization plan.
1985
142 16-21
Exac Corporation, Option Agreement
1985
142 22
Flight Research
1975
143 1
The Harper Group, Prospectuc
1977
143 2
IIT Research Institute, Annual Report
1978
143 3
MCI Communications, Prospectuc
1982
143 4
Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, Brochures.
143 5
National Aviation Corp., Annual Report and Proxy Statement
1973-1974
143 6-7
North Oaks Associates, Information Booklet
1982
143 8
Pacific Silver, Prospectus
1971
143 9-11
Predicasts
CAD/CAM Industry study.
1982
143 12
Production Oil, Offering Memorandum
Oversize items attached to these materials are item 82 in box 146.
1977
143 13
Research
1981
143 14
Technimetrics, Information Packet and Correspondence
1982-1983
143 15-18
Technimetrics, Brochures
1981-1982
143 19
Technimetrics
Evans & Sutherland mailing lists.
1981-1982
143 20-22
Technimetrics
Evans & Sutherland mailing list.
1982
143 23
Technimetrics, Mailing List Analysis
1982
143 24
Technimetrics, Reports
1981-1982
144 1-2
U. S. Synthetic Corp., Placement Memorandum
1981
144 3-8
University of Utah Research Institute, Information Book
144 9
Utah Power and Light, Financial Report
1983
144 10
Utah Scientific, Inc., Notes and Reports
144 11-22
Utah Technology Finance Corporation, Proposal Materials
1984
144 23
Xidex Corporation, Prospectus
1977
Miscellaneous
Folders 1-6 contain technical reports from an outside source, but for which there is no immediate connection with Evans & Sutherland products or personnel. Folders 7-11 contain non-technical reports commenting on some aspect of Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation, yet are from a non-Evans & Sutherland source. Folders 12-29 contain miscellaneous items as described below.
Box Folder
145 1
"An Impossible Notion: Real-Time, Continuous Tone Imagery"
145 2
"Computer Graphics"
1973
145 3-4
"Primary Inventions"
Description of inventions by Richard G. Siegal.
1982
145 5
"MMS-X Molecular Modeling System"
Description produced at the Washington University Computer Laboratories.
145 6
Elliott Organick
Notes on the Berkling Machine.
1976
145 7-8
"Results of a Culture Audit Performed at Evans & Sutherland"
Performed by a Brigham Young University research team.
1981
145 9
Evans, Edmund T. "Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation: A Demand Model"
An examination of sales at Evans & Sutherland.
1980
145 10-11
Baird, Robert D. "Determination and Implementation of Corporate Strategy at Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation"
A report prepared for a management course at the University of Utah.
1982
145 12
John Warnock
Graphics designs.
145 13
Machover Associates
Correspondence with computer graphics consultants. It is unclear if this firm had a business relationship with Evans & Sutherland.
1976-1982
145 14-16
Program on Information Resources Policy
Brochure.
1983
145 17
Long Beach Museum of Art
Brochure and miscellaneous items concerned with the exhibit "The Artist and the Computer."
1983
145 18
Digital Computer Museum
Brochure with correspondence.
1982
145 19
Meeting Minutes
The minutes of a meeting involving the authors of the "Handbook of Digital Imaging Techniques," including Glen Wade.
1984
145 20
Freedom of Information Act
1977
145 21
Robert L. Dunaway
Correspondence and miscellaneous concerning investment in oil exploration.
1982
145 22
Henry J. Reinig
145 23
Modern Railroads/Rail Transit
Brochure.
145 24
Visit Agenda
Agenda for a visit by Evans & Sutherland personnel to an unidentified firm.
1979
145 25
K. H. Barr
A quiz concerning computers written by this individual.
145 26
Abstracts of the 54th Scientific Sessions
The source or purpose of this is unidentified.
145 27
Transparencies
Originally labeled as "Boeing--Wichita Presentation material by Rod Rougelot and Bob Schumacker; January 22, 1976."
1976
145 28
Transparencies
Originally labeled as "Slides on First Boston High Tech meeting; November 15, 1983."
1983
145 29
Miscellaneous Notes and Documents
Oversize
Items 1-69 are Evans & Sutherland company documents.
Box item
146 1-7
Financial Charts
146 8-19
Architectural Drawings
Drawings for an Evans & Sutherland building. Items 8-10 were found as a set.
146 20
Development Algorithm Chart
146 21-33
Scheduling
Items 23-24 and items 31-33 were found as sets.
146 34
Documentation Schematic
146 35-69
Technical Schematics
Items 40-42 were found as a set. Items 44-47 are testing diagrams found as a set. Items 48-53 were attached to items in box 56, folder 12; items 54-55 were found between pages 4-1 and 4-3 of the document in box 57, folder 14; item 56 was originally page 4-15 of the document in box 57, folder 124; items 57-59 were attached to items in box 89, folder 25; items 60-66 were attached to items in box 103, folder 37; and items 67-69 were attached to items in box 104, folder 4.
146 70-71
Transistor Devices
Technical schematics originally attached to items in box 108, folder 4.
146 72-78
Redifon
Technical schematics originally attached to items in box 73, folder 33.
146 79-80
Manufacturing Data Systems, Inc.
Architectural drawings originally attached to items in box 104, folder 14.
146 81
Japanese Atomic Energy Research Institute
Machinery cross section originally attached to items in box 137, folder 36.
146 82
Production Oil
Well map, Runnels County, Texas. Originally attached to items in box 143, folder 12.
146 83-84
U. S. Dept. of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force
Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing charts.
146 85-86
Computer Graphic Prints
Color prints from an unidentified source.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Computer graphics equipment industry--Utah--History--Sources
  • Computer industry--Utah--History--Sources
  • Personal Names :
  • Evans, David C.--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • Evans and Sutherland Computer Corporation--History--Sources
  • University of Utah. Dept. of Computer Science
  • University of Utah--Faculty
  • University of Utah--History
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Annual reports
  • Brochures
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Minutes
  • Speeches