Apple Computer, Inc. Records, 1977-1998


Apple Computer, Inc. Records, 1977-1998

Collection 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.

ca. 600 linear ft.


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