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Users Helping Users on the Model 100

This text file is a guide to information sharing among users of the Model 100 SIG, with the goal of having a community of computer users able to help one another find their way through the system. There is a Message…

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Religion Studied Scientifically

An information brochure about the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, who have a journal they publish. The brochure explains the purpose of the society, basically employing the social sciences in research and…

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Saving the American Scientific Affiliation

Letter of appeal from the Executive Council of the ASA updating members on the entity's financial status. They have hired an Executive Secretary full-time who has accomplished growing the membership and strengthening…

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Email Communication in the 1980s!

Ralph Winter was intrigued with technology as soon as he learned about new inventions that were being produced, such as the Model 100 SIG computers, as this document shows. It gives detailed instructions about how to…

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The Moral Side of Science

Dr. Winter was invited to be a panel moderator at a one day ASA meeting in which four panelists participated. Two were medical doctors, one had a Ph.D., and one was an expert in weapons of war. Each presenter addresses…

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Christianity and Science Meet

In June, our attention turns to a less known interest of Dr. Ralph Winter's, and that is science! His Bachelor's degree was in Civil Engineering, but he mostly focused on the humanities in his formal education later. He…

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From Ida Winter to Ralph Winter

Ralph Winter's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ida Winter, wrote this letter to him while he was serving in the U.S. Navy Reserve in the summer of 1945. She mentions about Ralph's father having had a birthday the day before,…

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From Ralph Winter to Roberta Winter and Vice Versa!

Personal letter from Ralph Winter to his wife Roberta in which he references a cassette tape on which he recorded an audio message for her, which he hopes she can listen to in private. She is about to enter the hospital…

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From Beth Winter to Hazel & Hugo Winter

Ralph Winter's oldest daughter, Beth, wrote this letter to her paternal grandparents when she was 11 years old. She describes the loss of her dog and her grief over it, and then mentions the addition of a cat to the…

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