Churchill Club interviews and lectures
Scope and Content Note
The collection contains audio tape recordings of interviews, lectures, and seminars arranged or conducted by the Churchill Club. Interviewees, panel members, and moderators are prominent individuals in the field of computing and information science, many of them local to the Silicon Valley. Topics discussed in the interviews include: technology company stock values, internet commerce, computer industry and the United States Government regulation, and new technology. Some companies discussed include: Intel, Hewlett-Packard Company, Microsoft Corporation, and Apple Company. No transcripts of the tapes are available.
- Creation: 1997-2000
- Churchill Club (Organization)
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Access to materials:
The collection is restricted to on site use only. Copies or transcripts cannot be provided by the Charles Babbage Institute. Contact the CBI archivist for further information.
The Churchill Club retains the copyright to all materials in the collection. Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).
The Churchill Club, a non-profit public affairs forum based in Palo Alto, California, held its first meeting in November 1985. The club regularly holds events focusing on topics of interest to the Silicon Valley high-tech community and featuring Silicon Valley CEOs, state and national legislators, industry executives, and national business leaders.
5 boxes (0.5 cubic feet)
Collection contains audio tape recordings of interviews, lectures and seminars arranged or conducted by the Churchill Club.
Arrangement of Collection
The tapes are arranged in chronological order.
The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by George Glaser in 1999 and 2000.
- Churchill Club Interviews and Lectures, 1997-2000. Finding Aid.
- Prepared by David P. Berge and Lynn Leitte, October 2000.
- March 2006
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