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Some important dates in NCRs history:

1884 - John H. Patterson founded the National Cash Register Company, maker of the first mechanical cash registers.

1906 - Charles F. Kettering designed the first cash register powered by an electric motor.

1952 - NCR acquired Computer Research Corporation (CRC), of Hawthorne, California, which produced a line of digital computers with applications in aviation.

1953 - NCR established the Electronics Division to continue to pursue electronic applications for business machines.

1974 - Company changed its name to NCR Corporation.

1982 - The first NCR Tower supermicrocomputer system was launched, establishing NCR as a pioneer in bringing industry standards and open systems architecture to the computer market.

1991 - NCR acquired by AT&T;. NCR purchased Teradata Corporation, acquiring its advanced and unique commercial parallel processing technology. NCR Teradata becomes the world's most proven and powerful database for data warehousing.

1994 - NCR name changed to AT&T; Global Information Solutions (GIS).

1995 - AT&T; announced spin-off of AT&T; GIS by the end of 1996.

1996 - AT&T; GIS changed its name back to NCR Corporation in anticipation of being spun-off to AT&T; shareholders by January 1997, as an independent, publicly-traded company.




Certificate Details:

Common Stock, issued in the 1960s and 1970s

Printed by the American Bank Note Company

8 (h) x 12 (w)

This certificate has vertical fold lines, punch hole cancels in the signature areas and body, and some toning and edge faults from age.





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