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Appendix

Financial Information: Tables and Figures

Exchange Rates for Selected Currencies, 1890–1945, in $1,000 Equivalents

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Tabulating Machine Company dividends, 1897–1905 (as percentage of nominal share value). (Undated balance sheets, folder 3, box 12, Hollerith Papers, Library of Congress)

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Remington Rand revenue and profit 1927–1928 to 1940–1941, prices of the year (in millions of dollars). Net profit not provided for 1927–1928. (Data for 1927–1928 to 1933–1934: Remington Rand Directors’ Meeting, 23 March 1937, in vol. 5, box 15, acc. 1910, Hagley Museum and Archive, Wilmington, DE. Data for 1934–1935 to 1936: Remington Rand Annual Report for the Year Ending March…, 1936–1941, vols. 5, 6, and 17, boxes 15, 16, acc. 1910, Hagley)

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Tabulating Machine Company (TMC) and Computing Tabulating Recording (CTR) Company revenues 1908–1921 (in millions of dollars and prices of the year). (Figures in folder 7, box 10, Hollerith Papers, Library of Congress; Emerson W. Pugh, Building IBM: Shaping an Industry and Its Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995, 23)

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British Tabulating Machine Company pretax profits, 1908–1919 (in thousands of dollars). (Martin Campbell-Kelly, ICL: A Business and Technical History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989, 25)

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Dehomag revenues and profits, 1910–1921 (in thousands of dollars and prices of the year). (Dehomag annual accounts, B95/89, Wirtschaftsarchiv Baden-Württemberg)

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Net earnings of the French IBM companies 1915–1940 (in thousands of dollars and prices of the year). The earnings of the various French IBM companies are totaled for each year. There were four companies: International Time Recording Company (1915–1934), Société internationale de machines commerciales (1920–1934), Société française Hollerith (1935), and Compagnie électro-comptable (1936–1947). (Jaques Vernay, Chroniques de la Compagnie IBM France. Paris: IBM France, 1988, 266)

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British Tabulating Machine total assets and assets from machine lease, 1908–1939 (in millions of dollars, logarithmic scale). Martin Campbell-Kelly, ICL: A Business and Technical History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989, 25, 51, 78)

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Dehomag’s revenues and profits, 1924–1939 (in millions of dollars, logarithmic scale). (Dehomag annual accounts, B95/89, Wirtschaftsarchiv Baden-Württemberg)

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Compagnie des Machines Bull, revenues and net profits, 1931–1939 (in millions of dollars). Bull started operations on 9 March 1931. (“Rapport sur la situation financière de la Société Egli-Bull au 31 decembre 1931,” 92 HIST-DGE 01/2, Archives Bull)

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Dehomag revenues and profits, 1933–1942 (in millions of dollars). No figure for 1940 was located. (Dehomag annual accounts, B95/89, B95/110, Wirtschaftsarchiv Baden-Württemberg)

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9780801898723
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9780801891434
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647917303
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271-277
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2012-01-01
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English
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