Archive/Manuscript
9.5 linear ft. (16 manuscript boxes, 1 print box, 1 map folder)
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Online Archive of California
This collection contains annual reports, internal communications, corporate communications, engineering reports, manuals, product information, files, catalogs, price lists, Apple publications, human resource information, conference and worshop information, software, hardware, corporate memorabilia, CD's, and cassette tapes.
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Archive/Manuscript
ca. 600 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Contains organizational charts, annual reports, company directories, internal communications, engineering reports, design materials, press releases, manuals, public relations materials, human resource information, videotapes, audiotapes, software, hardware, and corporate memorabilia. Also includes information regarding the Board of Directors and their decisions.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 file folder.
This small collection documents an episode in the early history of Apple Computer, Inc. Included is a phone message re Jobs, "they are 2 guys -- they build kits -- operate out of a garage, " notes re the estimate, one black and white glossy photograph of circuitry and keyboard, and the final Apple-1 Operation Manual that was produced by the typesetter.
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Archive/Manuscript
1.25 linear feet (1 record container)
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Archive/Manuscript
1.5 linear feet (1 record storage box)
Includes Macintosh User Education, 1984 (2 binders); Macintosh software supplement, 1985; Macintosh buyers guide anniversary issue, 1984-1986; Macworld Expo/San Francisco program guide, 1989; and the Inmac catalog of Macintosh products, winter, 1990.
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Archive/Manuscript
2.5 linear feet (5 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
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Archive/Manuscript
7.5 linear feet (approximately 22,000 slides in 5 record storage boxes)
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Archive/Manuscript
11 linear feet
Sales history for the Apple II, binders on setting up Apple dealers. Information about the creation of the dealer channel of distribution, recognized by even IBM as the backbone of the Personal Computer industry. When they began developing the channel there were less than 50 computer stores in the country. Apple III computer, screen, etc, Apple posters and banner.
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Archive/Manuscript
9 volumes
Includes seven issues of "Wheels for the Mind, " v. 2, no. 1 (Winter, 1986) through v. 3, no.3 (Summer, 1987), "Wheels for the Mind, Europe, " Issue no. 1 (March, 1986), and "The Apple Guide to Publishing, Presentations and Interactive Media (1990).
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Archive/Manuscript
15 linear feet (21 containers: 14 boxes, 7 map folders)
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Online Archive of California
Design materials from Jerrold Manock's career in product design engineering. Included are blue-line drawings, labeled artifacts such as design models, presentations, and documentation from various projects, particularly at Apple Computer. The bulk of the collection dates from 1977-1984.
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Archive/Manuscript
2 folders
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Archive/Manuscript
1.5 linear feet (2 manuscript boxes, 1 print box)
Includes two tote bags from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)
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Archive/Manuscript
2 pages
The article discusses the large collection (600 linear feet) of Apple historical materials at Stanford University, interviewing both Henry Lowood and Leslie Berlin who have overseen the collection.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 v.
Consists of 1 volume of blueline prints, bound with a 3 screw blueprint binding strip. The strip is labelled: Apple R&D Campus, 10700 N. DeAnza Blvd., Cupertino, Ca : a joint venture of Apple Computer, Inc., and Sobrato Development Companies 900. The top sheet of the contents reads: Apple R&D Campus, Cupertino, California, Volume 1: Categories 1, 2, 3 & 4. Permit (P-3) Construction Documents. Bulletin Number 4. 27 September 1991.
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Archive/Manuscript
32.2 linear ft. (33 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
Washington Apple Pi exchanged newsletters with many other user groups, and these constitute the majority of the collection. Materials also include most issues of the Washington Apple Pi newsletter from 1980 to 1999.
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16. Advertising posters, 1980-1989 [1980 - 1989]

Archive/Manuscript
12 posters.
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Archive/Manuscript
7 computer optical discs in 1 manuscript box (.5 linear ft.)
Includes: 1. Apple CD-ROM Explorer, 1988. 2. Developer CD Series, Vol II, Phil and Daves Excellent CD, nd. 3.Media Vision Developers' CD Version 1.0, 1993. 4. Apple Developer Group. Developer CD Series. Vol. VIII, Desperately seeking seven, 1991. 5.Apple Developer Group. Developer CD Series. Vol. IX. Code Warrior, 1991. 6. Apple Developer Group. Developer CD series. Vol. XI. The silence of the roms, 1991. 7.Apple Developer Group. Macintosh system software. The May 1991 Golden Master release. System 7, 1991. 8. Information source, version 2.2 (owner's guide only; no discs), 1992.
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Archive/Manuscript
1.5 linear feet.
The materials consist of Apple pamphlets, magazine articles, manuals, advertisements, reports, and ephemera (2 t-shirts and 1 coffee mug) related to Apple, Inc.
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Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear foot
Biographical material collected by Henry Lowood after Jobs' death on October 5, 2011. Included are three articles in Time Magazine (Oct. 17 2011) by (1) Walter Isaacson, (2) Lev Grossman and Harry McCracken and (3) Diana Walker (photographs). And seven articles in Maclean's Magazine (Oct. 24, 2011) by (1) Chris Sorensen, Michael Friscolanti, and Jason Kirby, (2) Anne Kingson, (3) Jaime J. Weinman, (4) Jay Teitel, (5) Kevin O'Leary, (6) Jonathon Gatehouse, and (7) Andrew Coyne. Also included is an article on Steve Jobs and the Stanford Uiversity's Silicon Valley archives by Max McClure, August 29, 2011.
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Archive/Manuscript
5 linear feet (9 manuscript boxes, 1 print box)
Journals in the collection include Forbes ASAP, 1993-2000 -- Red Herring, 1993-2002 -- Industry Standard, 1998-2000 -- and Upside, 1989-1993.
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