Computer Museum news about computers, microcomputers, hobbyist, robotics, computing, Bugbooks, Computers in the Bugbook Historical Computer Museum collection, & amateur radio staion N4USA .

About Us

The museum collection is David Larsen's collecting effort of more than 40 years.  David began his interest in electronics in 1954 at the age of 15. He had his start with computers in 1957 with a Navy assignment at Remington Rand Univac in St. Paul Minnesota.  His entire  professional career has involved computers and microcomputers. This includes 31 years as a Virginia Tech faculty member teaching "Instrumentation and Automation" .  The collection contains 1000's of computer artifacts and memorabilia. David will have  been an amateur radio operator Six Decades in 2014 - KK4WW 

Our entire vintage computer collection has been moved to the Computer Museum of America in Roswell, Georgia - early 2016.

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The "Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum"  is a small display of several hundred key items from the collection  on display in Floyd Virginia.  The Museum has been developed and maintained by the LCF Group ( David & Gaynell Larsen and Dee Wallace)  in Floyd Virginia.


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                               David introduces himself  to you in the audio player above


Floyd Virginia

David Larsen
We hope you will come visit our museum and enjoy this Blog.  Your comments and suggestions are welcome.  KK4WW Microcomputer Collector/Historian
.  "by David Larsen"