The Henry Ford announced their new acquisition of the Eames-designed Mathematica. It will be on permanent display inside the Henry Ford Museum in 2016.
The Eames office made three versions of the exhibition. One was installed in the IBM pavilion at 1964 New York World’s Fair (seen here). The first version is installed in the New York Hall of Science and the second is owned by the Museum of Science in Boston. The Henry Ford now has the third version which was originally at the 1964 World's Fair. After that, it went to the Time-Life Building and then to the Pacific Science Center in Seattle before going back to IBM on Madison Ave in New York. It finally became the property of the Eames family and then the Henry Ford. I played with it when it was at the Eames office.
The Henry Ford has been pulling in some major Eames pieces lately. In mid-2014, they acquired the Kiosk from IBM Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair. More on that here, here and a cool video here.
Now they need to dig this up.
Source: IBM Collectibles