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Summer computer camp, 1985

Posted on July 20, 2016 | in Uncategorized | by
Nine-year-old Lisa Sherrod, left, and 11-year-old Kirby Varney work on an Apple IIe computer during a summer computer camp at Shearer Elementary School in Winchester, July 16, 1985. During the camp, students got lessons in computer history, computer literacy and typing skills and how to create and save programs. After the technical things were learned, the students turned to more fun things. They drew pictures on the computer screens. Some were very simple, such as an American flag or a computer, but others were more detailed, such as a picture of Jetfire, one of the Transformer toys. Photo by John C. Wyatt | staff

Lisa Sherrod, 9, left, and Kirby Varney, 11, worked on an Apple IIe computer during summer computer camp July 16, 1985, at Shearer Elementary School in Winchester. During the camp, students got lessons in computer history, computer literacy and typing skills, and how to create and save programs. After the technical things were learned, the students turned to more fun things. They drew pictures on the computer screens. Some were simple, such as an American flag or a computer, but others were more detailed, such as a picture of Jetfire, one of the Transformer toys. Photo by John C. Wyatt | Staff

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