Arbuckle, Clyde, 1903-1998; Buildings; Horses; People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Willow Glen (San Jose, Calif.);
Black-and-white photograph of the Kensington Post Office, Willow Glen. On verso of photo: "Between Jan. 14, 1893 and Jan. 14, 1895, all mail addressed to residents of Kensington, Calif., went to the Kensington Post Office, housed in this...
Clean rooms; Electronic industries; Manufacturing; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technicians; Technology;
Color photograph of a clean room floor. Clean air continuously flows from every pore of the ceiling and through the holes in the floor of the fabrication (Fab) plant. All of the air in the clean room or fab is replaced several times every minute.
Los Gatos (Calif.); Los Gatos Creek; Nature; Postcards; Rivers; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Color rendition of a part of Los Gatos Creek, California, 1906. Below picture on front of postcard: "I am to tired to write. But very soon I will. All is well. Josephine." On verso of postcard: Postmarked "1906 Jun 12."
Electronic industries; Memory chip packages; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Semiconductor wafers; Technology;
Color slide of the Intel 1103 Memory chip package. Concept: Ted Hoff. Design: John Reed. This first DRAM is also the first of the chips that would enable the explosive growth of PC's; 1970 MIL became the official second source supplier for Intels...
Big Basin Redwoods State Park (Calif.); Documents; Forest conservation; Hill, Andrew Putnam, 1853-1922; Redwoods; Reunions; Richards, W. W.; Santa Cruz County (Calif.)--History; Sempervirens Club of California; People;
Document written by W.W. Richards ("a Charter Member") covering the years 1900-1927 (for their 27th reunion). Andrew P. Hill was the "Father of [the] Sempervirens Club," and this document was part of an album containing all of...
Electronic industries; Intel microprocessors; Microprocessor dies; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology;
Enlarged color photograph of the Intel® 80286 processor. The Intel 286, originally known as the 80286, was the first Intel processor that could run all the software written for its predecessor. This software compatibility remains a hallmark of...
Choirs (Music); Photographs; Santa Clara College (Calif.);
Group portrait of choir with Father DeRop taken outdoors. All subjects nuimbered and most identified: back row L to R 1) F. Sargent, 2) A. Guatelli, 3) R. Bliss, 4) J. Murphy; Second row from top L to R 5) A. deMello, 6) A. Connor, 7)[un-named],...
Agriculture; Canned fruit industry; Fruit; Fruit crate labels; Prunes; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History
In June 1960, Duffy-Mott purchased all of the processing equipment of the Pratt-Low Preserving Corporation from Thriftimart Inc. Pratt-Low was founded in 1905 in Santa Clara Valley as a packer of California fruits and vegetables.
Letcher Garage; San Jose (Calif.); Automobiles; Buildings;
North First Street between St. James and Julian Streets. The building on right is Letcher Garage. Letcher was famous all over the State of California for erecting signs that stated how many miles to the Letcher Garage.
Earthquakes; Hotels; Hotel Vendome; Postcards; Ruins; San Francisco Earthquake, Calif., 1906; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Note on picture side of postcard, "There were many private houses as bad as this but they are taking them all down and will build new ones." Addressed to "Mrs. May E. Graham, Bullion, Placer County, California."