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First National Bank's computer center

First National Bank’s computer center

The original June 23, 1965 Los Angeles Times caption reported:

VACATION TRAINEE-Ways of modern banking are part of course at Security First National Bank’s management development summer training program. William Gunnell, left, a senior at University of California’s Berkeley campus, takes computer instruction from Art Nelson, manager of the bank’s computer center.

The computers in background are from General Electric. GE sold its computer division to Honeywell in 1970.

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