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Bundy Manufacturing Co.

If you explore IBM's family tree, one of the very early branches takes you to Binghamton, N.Y...

If you explore IBM's family tree, one of the very early branches takes you to Binghamton, N.Y...
If you explore IBM's family tree, one of the very early branches takes you to Binghamton, N.Y., home of the Bundy Manufacturing Company following its incorporation in 1889. The new business produced a time clock invented by Willard L. Bundy. This picture shows a group of Bundy employees in 1900, just two years before their company, along with two other time equipment businesses, was consolidated into the International Time Recording Company. ITR itself became part of the newly-formed Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. in 1911, which was renamed IBM 13 years later. (VV2006)