Apple Co-founder Ron Wayne Shares Early Apple Documents and Drawings

Following, Apple's founding contract auctioned for $1.6 million at a Sotheby's auction on Tuesday, Apple co-founder Ronald Wayne shared a collection some 62 early documents of Apple stored away in an USPS envelope in his office, which include hand drawings in pencil.Wayne's shars includes a copy of a founding documents sold at Sotheby's, as well […]

Following, Apple's founding contract auctioned for $1.6 million at a Sotheby's auction on Tuesday, Apple co-founder Ronald Wayne shared a collection some 62 early documents of Apple stored away in an USPS envelope in his office, which include hand drawings in pencil.

Apple's Early Documents and Drawings shared by Ron Wayne

Wayne's shars includes a copy of a founding documents sold at Sotheby's, as well as the document that he handed in when leaving the company. Other interesting documents in the collection include an Apple I manual with Apple's original logo designed by Wayne, and a purchase form for the Apple II.

"About a week ago, we traveled to the desert to spend two days with Ron Wayne. The 77-year-old Pahrump, Nevada resident has had a number of careers in his long life, working for Atari, a few slot machine companies, developing devices for use on the ocean floor and running a collectables shop in Northern California," Engadget said.

In his semi-retired state, Wayne sells stamps and coins to supplement his checks from the government… During our time in Pahrump, Wayne was kind enough to let us comb over a number of papers from his days with the nascent computer company.

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