Archival Finding Aids

Archival Finding Aids

The Computer History Museum's collection holds many unique collections of unpublished primary source materials. Finding aids describe these collections in detail, providing information about the origin of the collection; a brief biography or historical sketch of the collection creator; information on the arrangement of the collection; a "scope and content note" describing the intellectual content; and a "container list" listing the contents of either folders or boxes within the collection. Keyword searching across the content of all finding aids and other museum materials is also available through our collections database search. We also post our finding aids on the Online Archive of California ( The OAC brings together historical materials from institutions across California allowing a federated subject search across many repositories within the state.

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Guide to the Keith G. Calkins collection on Sigma systems
Computer History Museum
Text, 1969-1987; bulk 1972-1984

Guide to the John C. McPherson collection
Computer History Museum
Text, 1921-1993; Bulk 1950-1971

Guide to the George A. Michael papers
Computer History Museum
Text, 1945-2000; bulk 1953-1991

Guide to the David C. Faloon Papers
Computer History Museum
Text, 1930-1976

Guide to the John C. McDonald papers
Computer History Museum
Text, 1959-1980

Guide to the Peter N. Schink papers
Computer History Museum
Text, 1961-1996

Guide to the Don Liddie papers on Signetics
Computer History Museum
Text, 1961-2006

Guide to the Cuthbert C. Hurd papers
Computer History Museum
Text, 1947-1995

Guide to the Jim Armstrong collection of Apple material
Computer History Museum
Text, 1976-1997; bulk 1983-1997

Guide to the Charles A. Jortberg collection
Computer History Museum
Text, 1946-1990; bulk 1960-1980