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A Pre-Fabulous Team
The female employees of the Pre-Fab section of Building 1 at Palo Alto were a close-knit group even by Hewlett-Packard standards. Company publications documented frequent celebrations for birthdays, f ...
A Real Team Player: Yas Shimoguchi
Yas Shimoguchi (left foreground) was reportedly the first Japanese American ever hired by Hewlett-Packard Company, but his legacy at the company goes far deeper than that. Yas joined HP in 1951, worki ...
A Walk in the Park: New HQ
A team of architects and engineers studied blueprints on the site of the new Hewlett-Packard Stanford Industrial Park (later renamed Stanford Research Park) at 1501 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto. The comp ...
Built in Böblingen: HP’s Manufacturing
Hewlett-Packard Company established its first manufacturing plant outside Palo Alto in this former knitting factory in Böblingen, Germany, in 1959.
HP Supporting Junior Achievement
In addition to providing monetary support for technical education, Hewlett-Packard employees also devoted their time to help teach and mentor students. Among its earliest partners was the non-profit v ...
HP’s 20th Anniversary Product Collection
Hewlett-Packard Company’s complete product line in 1959 featured 380 test and measurement instruments and accessories.
Mentoring Minds: Science Education
Hewlett-Packard was an enthusiastic booster of science education. Its efforts included sponsoring the Palo Alto Science Fair, which could attract some interesting corporate exhibits alongside student ...
The Hewlett-Packard Journal Name Bank
Hewlett-Packard launched the Hewlett-Packard Journal in September 1949. The Journal was a technical publication focused on the company’s R&D breakthroughs and new product information. It provided a va ...
Toys for Tots at Hewlett-Packard
Philanthropy at Hewlett-Packard was never confined to the boardroom. The company was a regular contributor to employee-driven giving campaigns. Toy collections for needy families during the holiday se ...