New info found in March 2010
Thanks DJ for discovering this!
1. An obit in the Colby College magazine, Winter 2006
2. A personal memoir by Leslie Staiser at http://www.spaiser.net/Memories/1957-first-computer.htm
contains photos of the dismembering of the Mark IV computer at Brooklyn Polytech to send it to India.
Staiser doesn't mention June Jensen, but that sure is
the same computer (compare the test panel to upper left photo in
3. An article
by George R. Stibitz in 1967 as told to Mrs. Evelyn Loveday gives
an excellent history of relay computers.
At the bottom of page 13 Stibitz said that Model VI (not IV) was placed in service in the Labs in1950. He doesn't mention when it went to Brooklyn Polytech, but says it was 1960 when Brooklyn Polytech gave it to the Bihar Institute of Technology in Bihar, India. .