The Learning and Computing Collection contains an extensive body of resources related to the community of people who pioneered the exploration of the intersections of computational media and mind (primarily at MIT). 1
Here is just a small sample of what is in the Logo collection.
LEGO Technic circa 1986
XO & Etoys
These are some of the most relevant books in the collection. More…
1 The majority of artifacts were acquired as a result of Mary Hopper’s academic work with her doctoral adviser Robert Lawler at Purdue University and her later work at MIT and Lesley University. In addition, through donations from Lawler, there are unique resources related to his friends and advisers (Oliver Selfridge, Marvin Minsky and Seymour Papert). Finally, the collection includes many dialects of the Logo Programming Language and related materials (see also the New Media Museum’s closely related Ed-Bots Collection).