Photographic print, black and white portrait of Harry Huskey. Harry Huskey arrived in the UK from the US in 1947 to spend a year working at the National Physical Laboratory. He proposed a ‘pilot’ version of Alan Turing's Automatic Computing Engine (ACE), a general purpose digital automatic electronic stored-program computer. Working alongside Jim Wilkinson and Donald Davies, Harry Huskey was heavily involved in the construction of the Pilot Model ACE.


  • Title: Harry Huskey
  • Creator: Computer History Museum
  • Date Created: 1990
  • Rights: Gift of Harry Huskey from the Computer History Museum (https://www.computerhistory.org/collections/catalog/102652156).

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