The SEACO Computer Display company is a bit of a mystery to me. I was hoping that someone could tell me more about its history.
The style of the stock certificate matches the 1960s. The company name, or its variant with the hyphen, SEACO Computer-Display, does not appear in the '68 volume of Moody's Manual of Industrial Securities. Possibly later editions contain this company profile. Who can tell ?
In the 1970s this Texas-based organization produced microfiche readers and artwork generators, devices that could convert computer data, lettering and digital drawings, to microfiche or microfilm. What puzzles me is the usage of the word Computer in the company name.
When was this business founded and by whom? Did it merge into a successor ?
Was the company involved in design or manufacturing of minicomputers or terminals ?
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