Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon dedicated the National Computer Center on Nov. 6, 1961. The core of the center is the new automatic data processing system of the Internal Revenue Service. By 1966, it will review the tax return of every American. L-R: Dillon, Sen. Willis Robertson, and Mortimer Caplin, Commissioner of Internal Revenue. | Stock Photo #4048-9670

Stock Photo #4048-9670, Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon dedicated the National Computer Center on Nov. 6, 1961. The core of the center is the new automatic data processing system of the Internal Revenue Service. By 1966, it will review the tax return of every American. L-R: Dillon, Sen. Willis Robertson, and Mortimer Caplin, Commissioner of Internal Revenue.

Stock Photo - Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon dedicated the National Computer Center on Nov. 6, 1961. The core of the center is the new automatic data processing system of the Internal Revenue Service. By 1966, it will review the tax return of every American. L-R: Dillon, Sen. Willis Robertson, and Mortimer Caplin, Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
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