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A Lift: Dressagraph Multilift Model 1275
Patrica Vogt and Wally Brann worked on a Dressagraph Multilift Model 1275, a printer that had a capacity of 50,000 impressions or 25,000 sheets a day. Vogt was one of 2,600 women who worked at Hewlett ...
HP at Fourth Tokyo International Trade Fair
Two women worked the Hewlett-Packard exhibit at the Fourth Tokyo International Trade Fair. The booth featured a scale model of the company’s main plant. “The model plus the flanking color transparenci ...
Stock Option: HP on the NYSE
Hewlett-Packard stock began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on March 17, 1961, just four years after its 1957 initial public offering.
The Tool Kit: Open Access to HP Tools
It was company policy at Hewlett-Packard that employees have open access to tools and parts. Bill and Dave believed that allowing employees freedom in pursuing work projects and hobbies that could aid ...
Turntables: Lazy Susans on Production Lines
Lazy Susans were implemented across Hewlett-Packard production lines. Employees could perform complicated technical work on a stationary object, then simply rotate the turntable to perform the same op ...
Via Viso Cardiette: HP and Sanborn
Hewlett-Packard entered the line for medical instruments — and acquired its first East Coast division — with the acquisition of Sanborn Company of Waltham, Massachusetts, in 1961. Founded in 1917, one ...