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Do the original buildings for the milestone still exist?

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First RISC Microprocessor +Some of them, but it's clear that Soda Hall is the best place for this Milestone.
First Radio Astronomical Observations Using VLBI, 1967 +Yes
First Real-Time Speech Communication on Packet Networks +Yes
First Technical Meeting of AIEE 1884 +Yes, but the original Franklin Institute building where the meeting was held is currently the Atwater Kent Museum, which does not allow plaques to be affixed to the building
First generation and experimental proof of electromagnetic waves 1886-1888. +Yes
First television broadcast in Western Canada +Yes

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Gapless Metal Oxide Surge Arrester (MOSA) for electric power systems,1975 +No, a new R&D building of Meidensha Corporation (“MEIDEN”) was rebuilt at same location.
Grumman Lunar Module +Yes

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Harvard Mark 1 Computer, 1944 - 1959 +Yes
High Temperature Superconductivity +yes
High-Temperature Superconductivity +Yes
Hollow dielectric beam waveguide of sub-millimeter wavelength range, 1966 +Yes.
Honda Electro Gyrocator: The World's First Map-based Automotive Navigation System, 1981 +The original building is extant, belonging to Honda Motor, Co., Ltd.

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IEEE Milestone for the Demonstration of the First Working Laser in Malibu, CA +Yes
Improvements in and relating to Sound-transmission, Sound-recording and Sound-reproduction systems by Alan Dower Blumlein +Yes -EMI research Building at Hayes Middlesex is Extant- the testing of Stereo cutting and recording equipment by Alan Blumlein was in an existing studio at Abbey Road
Interactive Video Games +Yes
International Standardization of G3 Facsimile in 1980 +Yes
Introduction of the Apple I Computer: 1976 +The first Apple I prototype was designed and built by Steve Wozniak in his apartment and in his cubicle at Hewlett-Packard Co. (where he was employed at the time). Both of these were in Cupertino, CA. The apartment complex has been razed, and the Hewlett-Packard building will soon be razed in preparation for building Apple's new headquarters. Steve Jobs' house and garage at 2066 Crist Drive in Los Altos, CA, was where many of the Apple I PC boards were stuffed and tested, and it served as the focal point for Apple Computer in its earliest days. This house still exists, and it is discussed in the Bruce Newman news story which is included in the Supporting Materials section below.
Introduction of the Apple II Computer: 1977-1978 +Steve Jobs' house and garage at 2066 Crist Drive in Los Altos, CA, which served as the focal point for Apple Computer in its earliest days, still exists. (See related news story.)
Introduction of the Apple Macintosh Computer, 1984 +The Macintosh team worked in many buildings that are in close vicinity to the current headquarters of Apple, Inc., at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014, which is a set of buildings first occupied in 1993.
Invention and development of vapor-phase axial deposition (VAD) method for mass production of high-quality optical fiber for telecommunication +No, the original building was located at Shirakata Tokaimura Nakagun, Ibaraki Prefecture, 319-1106 Japan. NTT Ibaraki Electrical Communication Laboratory was at this location until 2002, and now the function is succeeded at NTT Atsugi R&D Center.
Invention of Holography by Dennis Gabor +Yes
Invention of Public-key Cryptography +No

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John Logie Baird Inventions in Television +No

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Koenigs Wusterhausen +Yes!
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