Frequently Asked Questions

Who are we?

The Atlanta Historical Computing Society is a user’s group for vintage computing/computer history/computer collecting enthusiasts. We attempt to preserve computing history while providing educational outreach to the community.

Where do we meet?

In-person meetings are held once a month.  We’re currently meeting at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, 1001 Duluth Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30043.  Sometime in 2019 we hope to move our meetings to the Computer Museum of America. We currently meet the 2nd Saturday of each month from 1pm to 5 pm.

The get-togethers are first about fun and social interaction, plus showing and playing with vintage systems, open discussions, and more. We try to have presentations by members as often as possible.

We intend that the group evolve into a stand-alone, self-governing, non-profit, and educational organization.

What are the rules concerning club governance?

Our club is governed in accordance with our Club By-Laws.

Want to participate?

Interested? Please join us at

You can also find us on Twitter (@AtlHCSdotORG), Facebook, and Instagram (atlhcs).

Who are our current officers?

  • Earl Baugh — President
  • Jon Guidry — Vice President
  • Mark Little — Secretary
  • Alan Hightower — Treasurer
  • Raj Wurttemberg – Social Media

Where can I get instructions to build a kit I obtained at a VCF SE show?

Right here ==>  Build Instructions 

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3 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Hi I have a Compaq Plus that I would like to sell and I am hoping that your group can help me appraise it and even find a buyer for it. It still turns on( the fan is running) but nothing comes up on the screen (maybe the os is gone or the hdd has failed) and I have some 5.5 floppies for it (it has a 5.5 fdd). I have pictures if you would like to see them. Thanks Tiia ( )

    May 20, 2013 at 11:58 am
  2. Hello AHCS,

    I wanted to send you all a quick note to let you know how much I enjoyed myself at “The Vintage Computer Festival”. It was really fun I especially, enjoyed the soldering workshop, and look forward to further instructions on how to embellish the display!

    Also thanks to Sam, Ed Fair (I think was the gentleman’s name) and Bens family for helping me in my efforts to recover some ancient animation files on my iomega zip. I want to pursue this so, if you have any ideas I think we can make a deal, but just so you know I am but a poor artist. That said your group kindness and wisdom has made me richer!

    Thanks again,
    V. Cayse Cheatham

    PS. If you want to see some of my work go to

    May 3, 2015 at 1:42 pm
  3. LOVE to Attend sounds great to possibly meet fellow APPLE computer GEEK guys,gals email I can bring Apple Imac [white] all in 1 desktop era…1999…2001 and an older Apple G5 and a Apple Mini Mac, and Apple G3 tower..for sales…low cost,,, needs updates software, and Mother board on I Mac -white desktop all in one on silver metal stand.

    April 26, 2017 at 1:42 pm

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