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Do the original buildings for the milestone still exist?

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"Mother of All Demos" +n/a

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16-bit Monolithic DAC +Yes

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ASCII MIlestone - IEEE NJ Coast Section +YES, this building is current operational and used as labs facility housing nearly 5000 employees.
Ampex Videotape Recorder - 1956 +Yes.
Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) +No

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BIRTH OF THE PC OPERATING SYSTEM 1974 +Yes. The building has returned to use as a private residence.
Bell Telephone Laboratories 1925 - 1984 +Yes
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., 1925-1983 +Yes
Birth and Growth of Primary and Secondary Battery Industries in Japan +As for both GS Yuasa Corporation and Panasonic Corporation, the original buildings are extant. On the other hand, as for Yai Dry Battery Company, this company no more exists, and hence the site of plaque for this company is now being searched for.
Birthplace of the Bar Code, 1948 +No
Birthplace of the SPICE Circuit Simulation Program, 1971 +Yes

C

CRC102-A activated at Politecnico di Milano by Luigi Dadda +Yes, even if they have been remodeled over the years.
CWilson/Sandbox +Yes

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DISCOVERY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 1911 +Yes
Development of the Erbium-Doped Optical Fiber Amplifier +The building remains, but is not longer used for research in optoelectronics.

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Eel River Back-to-Back High Voltage Direct Current Converter Station, 1972 +Yes
Emergency Warning Code Signal Broadcasting System +No, the present building was built on the same location as the old labs.
Enrico Fermi's major contribution to semiconductor statistics, Florence, Italy, 1926 +The School of Engineering moved to a new building during its development and enlargement (1971). The original buildings are not used nor accessible to the public anymore.

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First 500 MeV proton beam from the worlds largest cyclotron +Yes
First Blind Flight: A Joint IEEE-AIAA Milestone Proposal +The original wooden airfield buildings that date back to World War I were replaced by brick buildings in the early 1930s several of which have been incorporated into the present museum.
First Digitally Processed Image from a Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar +No, MDA moved to a new building in the early 1990s.
First Industrial Scale Nuclear Reactor +Yes
First Integrated PWM Controller for Switching Power Supplies +Yes
First Millimeter-wave Communication Experiments by J.C. Bose, 1894-96 +Yes
First Optical Fiber Laser and Amplifier +Yes
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