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Silicon Valley During the Earliest Internet Age.

Decorative pictorial map of Silicon Valley in 1982, drawn by Maryanne Regal Hoberg.

The map is filled with advertising for information technology and other industry-leading companies in the Valley, including Apple Computers. Next to Apple, a vignette to the right shows a mother and daughter, with the caption "We're Looking for A Personal Computer".

Other companies of note include:

  • Oracle
  • Symantec
  • Abacus
  • Kyocera
  • Tandem
  • ASK
  • A note that Gary Dahl became a Millionaire selling pet rocks
  • Hewlett Packard
  • NEC
  • Control Data
  • Texas Instruments
  • TDC
  • Intel
  • Sperry Univac
  • Fairchild Semiconductor
  • Wang

This map is also known in a later 1983 edition, which features several changes including the phrase associated with Apple Computers changed to "You must be a smart terminal." 

Condition Description
Nice, bright image. Pinholes to corners and several additional pinholes to top. Minor creasing into image.