A comprehensive collection of references and holdings related to the story of LEO has been compiled by Frank Land, OBE, FBCS. Now known as the LEOPEDIA and currently at 287 pages, it is regularly augmented. The areas covered are shown to the right. Each heading/subheading can be accessed directly by clicking on the heading.
The whole document is no longer held online as it is too big for download on slower internet connections. But sections can be accessed and saved by clicking on the titles that are in bold opposite. (the indented/not bold sections are contained within a parent)
The Cambridge Centre for Computer History Museum (CCH) have built an HTML version of LEOPEDIA, fully searchable and linked also to other LEO assets in their care and to other LEO collections. This, by design is a superset of the PDF version, as it contains all the additional material being scanned and added to the CCH collection and it can be accessed via this link to the CCH Website…
LEO Computers Society’s guide to references and holdings related to the story of LEO ( Mar 2023)
Table of Contents
(Click to go straight to any heading or sub-heading.)
ARTICLES, REVIEWS and other PAPERS.
ARCHIVES –LEO DOCUMENTS AND ARTEFACTS
….UK (and online) Archives.
OBITUARIES AND BIOGRAPHIES
ORAL AND NARRATIVE HISTORIES.
LEO Computers Society: Oral History Project.
OTHER MEMOIRS, REMINISCENCES AND COMMENTS
The Story of LEO: The Very First Business Computer.
The Joe Lyons Story__ Food for Thought.
LEO AWARDS and PRIZES.
Miscellaneous and Unclassified.
Link to separate pdf file containing index to documents etc. in 9 boxes of papers plus a box of journal articles and cuttings. Index