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June 8: Herman Hollerith Gets Patent for Punch Card Reader MP3

June 8, 1887: Herman Hollerith gets Patent for  Hollerith Punch Card Reader 1887 – Herman Hollerith is a pioneer. His creations in the 19th century were detrimental in modern computing. Herman Hollerith’s creations helped the United States create a Census. On June 8th he received a patent for a punch card reader, which was used in many fashions, including school attendance, for almost 100 ye... Source: dayintechhistory.com

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