Keypunch operators in IBM's Stockholm, Sweden, office in 1934.
IBM hires its first professional women, 25 college seniors recruited for Systems Service. Shown here are graduates of IBM's first women's systems service class at Endicott, N.Y., in 1935.
Anne Van Vechten, a member of IBM's first system service class for women, becomes the company's Secretary of Education for the Women's Division.
Bernice A. Gould joins the IBM Quarter Century Club, the first IBM female employee from Plant No. 1 in Endicott, N.Y. to achieve that distinction.
The punched card layout department at IBM's Endicott, N.Y., plant in 1939.
Women's Business Professional Club in 1939.