Video: A Brief Look at the Apple Collection, Part of the Silicon Valley Archives at Stanford
The AP video runs 2:23.
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See Also: Record of Steve Jobs’ early career lies boxed in Stanford University’s Silicon Valley Archives (via SU News)
Includes another video (runs 2:33) direct from Staford.
The Stanford Silicon Valley Archives’ Apple collection provides a unique window onto the early years of the Apple epoch. The collection comprises approximately 600 linear feet of documents, photos, videos, hardware and software, making it the largest assortment of Apple-related materials in the world.
Many of these items derive from the company’s own archives, including materials originally intended for an official Apple museum. Since the company gifted the collection to the Stanford Libraries in 1997, more than 20 significant collections related to Apple’s history have been acquired by the libraries.
Direct to Silicon Valley Archives Web Site
Direct to Guide to the Apple Computer, Inc. Records, 1977-1998 ||| PDF Version
Note: No items are available online.
See Also: A Collection of Steve Job Television Interviews (Bottom of Post)
Includes a link to a 1990 one-on-one interview with Jobs. Runs 50 minutes + unedited video + text transcript. Via WGBH Open Archive.
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