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When I first uploaded these files from 360K IBM-formatted didks in 2011 I did not know who founded or managed this group. From the disks and content I surmised that PCPUG was active in the mid 1980's and that they operated in Wilmington, Delaware USA. Fast-forward to 2020. While working on the computer at Kennett Classic (kennettclassic.com) in Kennett Square, in walks a gentleman named Glann Bleakney who saw the comptuer museum sign and thought he'd peek in to see what was in there. From our conversation I learned he was one of a founder and former president of PC-PUG, and he was familiar with the disk archive because he helped manage it. What a coincidence!
Click "readme.cfm to read a copy of the text file that appears on the first diskette, labeled 000, which also contains a catalog of the entire collection. Most of the files can be downloaded individually, but if you want to grab the entire archive download the ZIP file linked below. It's virus-free.