Our Mission: To preserve computing history through education, outreach, conservation, and restoration. We strive to accomplish this through family friendly hands-on activities at our museum, at regional and global events, and by fostering and nurturing the expansion of our on-line and in-person communities.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We formed in autumn 2015 from the DNA of related groups. These included the original Vintage Computer Festival, founded in 1997 by Sellam Ismail; a club called MARCH (Mid-Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists), founded in 2004 by Evan Koblentz and Andy Meyer; and the Vintage Computer Forum, founded in 2004 by Erik Klein.
Our activities include online discussion, events, local user groups, and a The Vintage Computer Federation Museum. We can also assist with film/TV props, media interviews, research projects, data/drive recovery services, patent/prior art projects, and more.
The Vintage Computer Museum is located at InfoAge Science Center (formerly Camp Evans) at 2201 Marconi Road, Wall, NJ.
info AT vcfed DOT org
P.O. Box 417
Eatontown, New Jersey, 07724.
Note: The Vintage Computer Federation does not accept paid links or paid content on our site. We are not interested in marketing arrangements, cross promotion with unrelated groups, search engine optimization, etc. Please do not write to us for any of these topics.