Collection contains software, computer hardware, peripheral devices, hand-held games, and computer industry literature documenting
the microcomputing gaming industry during its formative years.
Cabrinety (born Aug. 4, 1966) was Director of Development of Superior Software, Inc. He founded the non-profit organization, the Computer
History Institute for the Preservation of Software (C.H.I.P.S.) in 1989. His dream was to permanently locate his collection
where it could serve as a museum, an educational tool and an archive for scholarly research. He died on Oct. 4, 1995.
Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights
reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To
obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the
Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.
Access restricted; this collection is stored off-site in commercial storage from which material is not routinely paged. Access
to the collection will remain restricted until such time as the collection can be moved to Stanford-owned facilities. Any
exemption from this rule requires the written permission of the Head of Special Collections.