Monday, December 10, 2007
"During World War II the Army ran out of male mathematicians and turned to six women to program the world's first computer - ENIAC. Historian Kathy Kleiman (left) has recorded oral histories of these women - now in their 80s - in her upcoming documentary film, 'Invisible Computers.' Shown here (from left) are Jean Bartik, Marlyn Meltzer and the late Kathleen Mauchly Antonelli. Seated is the late Betty Snyder Holberton."