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I have a "TAM" (Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh), that I would like to donate to a museum. (As far as I know, this is the first all-in-one flatscreen desktop...)

The Computer History Museum already has several, so I think I would need to find another location.

Does anyone know of any other places that exhibits computer hardware that might be interested?

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I would suggest DigiBarn in Boulder Creek, CA - they have a lot of very cool historical Apple stuff but are always glad of more, I expect.

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