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Paul Chinitz & UNIVAC 1 | Paul Chinitz is shown opening the door on the UNIVAC I central processor at New York Computing Center of Remington-Rand, Inc. The audience is a class of customers in the programming course. The computer operator is Frank Sass, one of the senior instructors. Jean Jennings Bartik worked closely with both men during her career with Remington-Rand. (Original photograph donated to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum by Paul Chinitz.)Paul Chinitz Teaches Class | Paul Chinitz teaches students in a UNIVAC I programming course. (Original photograph donated to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum by Paul Chinitz.)UNIVAC I Model | Pot metal model used as a salesman tool for potential UNIVAC I customers.  (Donated to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum by Paul Chinitz.)UNIVAC I Model | The model was used by Paul Chinitz to demonstrate the components of the UNIVAC I to potential customers. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)UNIVAC I Model | According to Paul Chinitz, who donated the model to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum, there were only two of these salesman miniature models produced by Remington-Rand, Inc. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)UNIVAC I Model | The UNIVAC I was the first successful commercial computer. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)UNIVAC I Model | The UNIVAC I was first sold to the United States Census Bureau. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)UNIVAC I Model | The original case for the UNIVAC I pot metal salesman model. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)First UNIVAC I Sold | Image of the plaque on the first UNIVAC I model, which was sold to the United States Census Bureau. (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)Chinitz UNIVAC Collection | Image of the first UNIVAC I sold, UNIVAC plaque and UNIVAC magnetic tape. (Donated by Paul Chinitz to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Musem)UNIVAC Plaque | Plaque from a UNIVAC.  (Donated by Paul Chinitz to the Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Musem)UNIVAC Brochure | UNIVAC brochure with message to Jean Jennings Bartik from John Mauchly asking her, "Will these things sell?" (Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)UNIVAC Brochure Signature | Message to Jean Jennings Bartik from John Mauchly. Jean's nickname was 'Betty.'(Courtesy of Jean JENNINGS Bartik Computing Museum)