The Jay Beck collection is made up of printed material including articles, product advertisements and brochures, price data,
and product specifications. The collection focuses on computer systems, hardware graphics systems, software graphics, CAD,
CAE, graphic arts, networking, and languages.
Jay Beck is a systems architect who worked for Tek Labs, E&S, and Delta Graphics during his collection period. This collection
came into being from Beck's personal interest in keeping up with technological developments, primarily during the 1980s.
11.25 Linear feet,
9 record cartons
The Computer History Museum (CHM) can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying
any claims of the copyright holder. Requests for copying and permission to publish, quote, or reproduce any portion of the
Computer History Museum's collection must be obtained jointly from both the copyright holder (if applicable) and the Computer
The collection is open for research.