Hardware (Material Keyword)
1-5 (5 Records)
Atari, Inc. dumped ca. 800,000 video game cartridges into a specially dug cell in the Alamogordo, NM city landfill in September 1983. This action, even though it was reported in the New York Times and Alamogordo Daily News, became an urban legend stating that Atari dumped its unpopular E.T. games, rumored to be the "worst video game ever made." On April 26, 2014, the City of Alamogordo in cooperation with archaeologists and a documentary film crew, excavated the cell and recovered just over...
Pre-Excavation Plans and Sketches, 1983 and 2014 (2014)
This pre-excavation file contains the following, created/assembled by Joe Lewandowski, Tularosa Basin Historical Society: 1. 1983 color photo of the Atari deposit hand-marked in 2014 with presumed stratigraphic layers. 2. 2014 color sketch of the possible stratigraphy of the landfill cell containing the Atari deposit. 3. 1983 color photo of cement slurry being poured over the Atari deposit. 4. 1983 b/w photo of the Atari deposit. 5. 2014 satellite image from Google Earth of the Alamogordo...
Site Forms for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (2017)
This document includes the site forms for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst as well as associated maps, references, and artifact descriptions and drawings. It also includes an addendum to site form Bu526.
Site Forms for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
Included here are the site forms for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst as well as associated maps, references, and artifact descriptions and drawings.
Stage 2 Cultural Resource Investigations for the Area K Site (A065-22-0101) Verona Research Facility, Town of Verona, Oneida County, New York (2002)
Stage 1A and IB cultural resource investigations were conducted at the Verona Research Facility, Town of Verona, Oneida County, New York for the United States Air Force Rome Research Site. These investigations resulted in the identification of a prehistoric archaeological site, the Area K Site (A065-22-0101). Stage 2 site evaluation investigations, consisting of close-interval (10-foot) shovel testing and excavation of 22 test units across the site, determined that the locus was utilized,...