The Mark Goldstein papers consist of manuals, catalogs, product advertisements, articles and clippings, newsletters, and reference
sheets for microcomputer products from the 1970s and 1980s. A significant portion of the material pertains to hardware, peripheral
hardware, and software for the S-100 bus home-built computers and the Apple II. In addition to the printed materials, there
are program listings and approximately forty 5 ¼ floppy disks containing software.
Mark Goldstein is President of the International Research Center and a self-proclaimed technophile. As of 2016, he has worked
for 18 years in electronic and computer engineering, including 12 years managing engineering teams and projects. During his
collecting period, he worked first as an R&D engineer at MicroAge and then as a manager in hybrid test engineering at Medtronic.
5.21 Linear feet,
4 record cartons and 1 manuscript box
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