Esther Gerston and Gloria Ruth Gordon, early programmers working on the ENIAC computer in 1946. Photo from the US Army, via NPR, in:
Laura Sydell, "Blazing the Trail for Female Programmers," a story about Sarah Allen, leader of the team that created Flash animation.

Esther Gerston and Gloria Ruth Gordon, early programmers working on the ENIAC computer in 1946. Photo from the US Army, via NPR, in:

Laura Sydell, "Blazing the Trail for Female Programmers," a story about Sarah Allen, leader of the team that created Flash animation.

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