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Published on Aug 25, 2011
The Stanford Silicon Valley Archives' Apple collection provides a unique window into the early years of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' career. 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. The archives are overseen by Henry Lowood, curator for history of science and technology collections in the Stanford University Libraries, and Leslie Berlin, project historian.