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Division of Information Tecnology and Society, National Museum of American History, http://www.americanhistory.si.edu/csr/cadits.htm. 08/31/00
Annals of the Smithsonian Institution, 1986-1996
The Division of Information Technology and Society was created as part of a reorganization of the National Museum of American History in 1995. The Division dedicates its collections and scholarship to a broader understanding of information technologies and their role in American history.
Staff members have included Elizabeth M. Harris, Curator Emeritus, 1994-1999; David K. Allison, Curator, 1995- ; Helena Wright, Curator, 1995- ; Elvira E. Clain-Stefanelli, Curator, 1995- ; Richard G. Doty, Curator, 1995- ; Jon B. Eklund, Curator, 1995- ; Bernard S. Finn, Curator, 1995- ; and Paul Forman, Curator, 1995- .
For a history of the larger creating unit, refer to "Forms part of " above.
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