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10 Years of Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard
Lucile Packard and Flora Hewlett joined their husbands and the Hewlett-Packard board of directors on a special trip to Japan to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard (later Hewlet ...
A Video Interview with Lu Packard
Lucile Packard’s contributions to Hewlett-Packard Company are hard to overstate. When the young company was still struggling to establish itself, her income working in the Registrar’s Office at Stanfo ...
Addison Avenue Restoration: Interior
Restoring the interiors of the three Addison Avenue structures was a labor-intensive project, as attention needed to be given to the minutest detail. The mural in the Packards’ restored kitchen was ha ...
Addison Avenue Restoration: Kitchen
The house’s restored kitchen featured a stove that closely resembled the one Bill and Dave used for paint baking on Hewlett-Packard’s first oscillator panels.
Addison Avenue: Company Correspondence
A recreation of the Addison Avenue house’s dining room included an Underwood typewriter, similar to the one Lucile Packard used to handle Hewlett-Packard’s early correspondence. The garage, which hous ...
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Dave and Lu Packard established the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in 1964 to help manage their philanthropic giving. After Dave died in 1996 (Lu predeceased him in 1987), he left the bulk of his ...
Flora Hewlett’s Role In HP Growth
Like Lu Packard (left), Flora Hewlett (center) played an informal but pivotal role in HP’s success. A Berkeley-educated biochemist, her work as an editor for the Annual Review of Biochemistry provided ...
HP House: Restored & Recognized
Gleaming after its full restoration, the Hewlett-Packard house welcomed a new addition to the front of the property: a historical marker recognizing the site as the Birthplace of Silicon Valley. The s ...
HP Tradition: Annual Company Picnic
Dave Packard, Lucile Packard and Dick Arms served food to employees and their families at the 1945 company picnic. The outing was an annual event at Hewlett-Packard by 1942, the company’s third year o ...
Lucile Salter Packard
Dave Packard married Lucile “Lu” Salter in 1938, not long before the couple moved from Schenectady, New York, to Palo Alto so Dave and Bill Hewlett could start Hewlett-Packard together. Lu would be cr ...