Daves Blog

Daves Blog - I post items about our "Land for Sale by Owner" & "Chantilly Farm" & "Tiny Homes " and my interest Historical Computers. This is a continuation of my Blog about my historical Computer Collection. All 13,000 items in the collection are now located at the "Computer Museum of America" in Roswell, GA.

About Us


David moved his historical computer collection to the "Computer Museum of America" in 2016 and will continue to post about historical computers. I will also be posting about our "Land For Sale by Owner" , "Chantilly Farm" and my interest in "Tiny Homes".

The museum collection is David Larsen's collecting effort of more than 45 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.

          A few comments by David About how to learn more about David and the LCF Group                Send me A Message CLICK 

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.


See Video's about Dave's Historical Computer Collection CLICK


                               David introduces himself  to you in the audio player above


Floyd Virginia

David Larsen
Thank you for reading our blog.
Your comments and suggestions are welcome.  KK4WW Microcomputer Collector/Historian
.  "by David Larsen"

2 comments:

  1. David,
    I have really enjoyed looking around your site & viewing the images of your museum. I look forward to reading your blogs and learning more about your point of view in the future.

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    1. Hi Chentelle - Glad you like the museum display - it has been enjoyable for me to do this project. I will do my best to have at least one blog each week. I keep busy as I also try to post one YouTube video each week. ---- and I do have other ongoing projects here in Floyd Virginia. Thank You Dave

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