Minneapolis, Minnesota: Control Data Corporation 1963. First Edition. vi, 51 pages (some folding). Comb bound with green and white printed covers. Previous owner name (Fred Moran) on rear cover. Title page notes 137a, Rev 1/63 (presumably the manual identifier and revision date). Very Good. Comb. 
"The CDC 1604 was a 48-bit computer designed and manufactured by Seymour Cray and his team at the Control Data Corporation (CDC). The 1604 is known as one of the first commercially successful transistorized computers. (The IBM 7090 was delivered earlier, in November 1959.) Legend has it that the 1604 designation was chosen by adding CDC's first street address (501 Park Avenue) to Cray's former project, the ERA-UNIVAC 1103.
A cut-down 24-bit version, designated the CDC 924, was shortly thereafter produced, and delivered to NASA." (wikipedia)
Rare, with no copies in OCLC as of this writing.