This collection contains many blueprints, artifacts, and documentation of Manock's time both at Stanford University as an
engineering student and at Apple as a product designer.
Jerrold Clifford Manock (born February 21, 1944) is an American industrial designer. He worked for Apple Computer from 1977
to 1984, contributing to housing designs for the Apple II, Apple III, and earlier compact Apple Macintosh computers. Manock
is widely regarded as the "father" of the Apple Industrial Design Group. Since 1976 he is the president and principal designer
of Manock Comprehensive Design, Inc., with offices in Palo Alto, California, and, after 1985, in Burlington, Vermont.
15.0 Linear feet
(6 manuscript boxes, 5 record storage boxes, 3 flat boxes, 7 map folders; 1 optical disk and 4 cassettes.)
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