Guide to "Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance" [videorecording] V0166

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Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
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Title: "Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance" [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0166
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Date: undated
Summary: Interviews with inventors, scientists, company founders, CEOs, authors, and Stanford professors and researchers pertaining to the history of the electronics revolution, along with images from historic videos and still photographs. Narrated by Walter Cronkite with additional commentary by Jim Gibbons, Mike Malone, and John R. McLaughlin. Persons interviewed include Linus Pauling, David Packard, Steve Jobs, Scott McNealy, Jim Clark, Larry Ellison, T. J. Rodgers, James Morgan, Paul Berg, Carl Djerassi, and Donald Kennedy. Two songs by the Grateful Dead are included on the soundtrack.
creator: Cronkite, Walter.
creator: Grateful Dead (Musical group).
creator: Santa Clara Valley Historical Association..
creator: Santa Clara Valley Historical Association.

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"Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance" (V0166). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical/Historical Sketch

Produced and directed by John R. McLaughlin, president of the Santa Clara Valley Historical Association; issued in conjunction with their book THE MAKING OF SILICON VALLEY: A ONE HUNDRED YEAR RENAISSANCE.

Description of the Collection

Interviews with inventors, scientists, company founders, CEOs, authors, and Stanford professors and researchers pertaining to the history of the electronics revolution, along with images from historic videos and still photographs. Narrated by Walter Cronkite with additional commentary by Jim Gibbons, Mike Malone, and John R. McLaughlin. Persons interviewed include Linus Pauling, David Packard, Steve Jobs, Scott McNealy, Jim Clark, Larry Ellison, T. J. Rodgers, James Morgan, Paul Berg, Carl Djerassi, and Donald Kennedy. Two songs by the Grateful Dead are included on the soundtrack.

Related/Analytical Title

The making of silcon valley: a one hundred year renaissance.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Berg, Paul, 1926-
Berg, Paul,, 1926-
Clark, Jim.
Clark, Jim.
Cronkite, Walter.
Djerassi, Carl.
Djerassi, Carl
Ellison, Larry.
Ellison, Larry.
Gibbons, James F.
Gibbons, James F.
Grateful Dead (Musical Group).
Jobs, Steve,, 1955-2011.
Kennedy, Donald, 1931-
Kennedy, Donald,, 1931-
Malone, Michael S. (Michael Shawn), 1954-
Malone, Michael S., ((Michael Shawn),), 1954-
McLaughlin, John R.
McLaughlin, John R.
McNealy, Scott.
McNealy, Scott.
Morgan, James.
Morgan, James.
Packard, David, 1912-1996
Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994.
Rodgers, Thurman John.
Rodgers, Thurman John.
Santa Clara Valley Historical Association.
High technology industries--California--Santa Clara County--History.
High technology industries--History.--California--Santa Clara County
Microelectronics industry--California--Santa Clara County--History.
Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History.
Videorecordings.

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