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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 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 ...
Charles De Gaulle’s Campaign: Visiting HP
Bill Hewlett (right) taught Charles de Gaulle (center, in the double breasted jacket) about Hewlett-Packard on a tour of the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto. At the time, de Gaulle was serving rou ...
Fit for a King: Swedish King Visits HP
Swedish King Carl XVI visited Hewlett-Packard’s facilities at Stanford Research Park on March 13, 1984.
Home Address: Stanford Research Park
Stanford Research Park (originally called Stanford Industrial Park) was the brainchild of Bill and Dave’s mentor, Stanford professor Fred Terman, who championed collaboration between university resear ...
Noel “Ed” Porter: A Company Man
Noel “Ed” Porter exemplified the tight bonds that characterized Hewlett-Packard’s early years, playing a role in several of the company’s most important moments. A childhood friend and Stanford roomma ...
Video: Walter Cronkite Visits HP
Legendary newsman Walter Cronkite visited Hewlett-Packard’s Stanford Research Park facilities for a feature on automation and the changing American workplace for CBS News. During his visit, Cronkite c ...