Australian Computer Museum Society
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The Australian Computer Museum Society Inc, (ACMS) is a society dedicated to the preservation of the history of computing in Australia, including software, hardware, operating systems and literature. ACMS was registered and is a charitable institution which relies on memberships and donations to operate. Established in 1994, their members have since amassed a large number of unique devices designed and built by Australians.
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