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RCS/Realtron logo and brochures

Photo(s) by Stephen ColesImported from Flickr on Apr 27, 2021. Artwork published in
circa 1969
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    Seven RCS/Realtron brochure covers.
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    Seven RCS/Realtron brochure covers.

    The Realtron, produced by Realtors Computer Service in 1967, was a system for storing, updating, and retrieving real estate listings over the phone. These brochures were printed in 1969. The RCS/Realtron logo is set in Gemini Computer, which must have been the typographic equivalent of high tech in the late 1960s.

    Learn more from Travis Rosenbaum who acquired a Realtron device and fully restored it in 2021.

    Interior spread from RCS/Realtron Printing Terminal brochure.
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    Interior spread from RCS/Realtron Printing Terminal brochure.

    Back cover of RCS/Realtron Personal Computer Terminal brochure.
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    Back cover of RCS/Realtron Personal Computer Terminal brochure.

    Nameplate on the Realtron terminal.
    Photo by Travis Rosenbaum. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Nameplate on the Realtron terminal.

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