Collection contains documents, photographs, videotape, and audio tape (reel to reel).
Robert Noyce was a Silicon Valley pioneer who participated in the invention of the microchip. He was part of the first successful
semiconductor corporation, Fairchild Semiconductor, and went on to be one of the founders of Intel. After his death in 1990,
the Noyce Foundation was named by his estate.
11 linear ft. (19 manuscript boxes and 3 oversize boxes)
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