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******** iMac Desktop Computer, by Apple Industrial Design Group, 1998
Code: 0121427
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, by Apple Industrial Design Group, 1998
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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******** iMac Desktop Computer, by Apple Industrial Design Group, 1998
Code: 0121427
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, by Apple Industrial Design Group, 1998
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
******** Adjustable Keyboard, 1993. (Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc. established 1976)
Code: 0141852
Artist: ********
Title: Adjustable Keyboard, 1993. (Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc. established 1976)
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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******** Adjustable Keyboard, 1993. (Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc. established 1976)
Code: 0141852
Artist: ********
Title: Adjustable Keyboard, 1993. (Manufacturer: Apple Computer, Inc. established 1976)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
******** iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Code: 0135543
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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******** iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Code: 0135543
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
******** iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Code: 0135542
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - New York
Credits: Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
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******** iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Code: 0135542
Artist: ********
Title: iMac Desktop Computer, 1998 (Manufacturer: Apple Industrial Design Group)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Genre: Design
Period/Style: Post 1945
Location: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
******** Apple Macintosh computer. Obsolete desktop computer manufactured by Apple Computer Inc.
Code: SP45027
Artist: ********
Title: Apple Macintosh computer. Obsolete desktop computer manufactured by Apple Computer Inc.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Apple Macintosh computer. Obsolete desktop computer manufactured by Apple Computer Inc.
Code: SP45027
Artist: ********
Title: Apple Macintosh computer. Obsolete desktop computer manufactured by Apple Computer Inc.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Apple Macintosh computer. This is a Macintosh IIv1, a model of the Macintosh II series manufactured by Apple Computer Inc. It was introduced in 1992 and discontinued in 1993.
Code: SP45026
Artist: ********
Title: Apple Macintosh computer. This is a Macintosh IIv1, a model of the Macintosh II series manufactured by Apple Computer Inc. It was introduced in 1992 and discontinued in 1993.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Apple Macintosh computer. This is a Macintosh IIv1, a model of the Macintosh II series manufactured by Apple Computer Inc. It was introduced in 1992 and discontinued in 1993.
Code: SP45026
Artist: ********
Title: Apple Macintosh computer. This is a Macintosh IIv1, a model of the Macintosh II series manufactured by Apple Computer Inc. It was introduced in 1992 and discontinued in 1993.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Apple II computer & monitor, with an apple on top. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co- founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44994
Artist: ********
Title: Apple II computer & monitor, with an apple on top. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co- founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Apple II computer & monitor, with an apple on top. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co- founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44994
Artist: ********
Title: Apple II computer & monitor, with an apple on top. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co- founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Apple II computer and monitor. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co-founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44993
Artist: ********
Title: Apple II computer and monitor. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co-founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
Rights and restrictions

******** Apple II computer and monitor. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co-founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44993
Artist: ********
Title: Apple II computer and monitor. This was released in 1977 and included a number of revolutionary features, including its plastic casing and the ability to display colour on a monitor. It was designed and built by the co-founders of the Apple Computer Inc. company, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Apple I computer. This was released in April 1976 at the Homebrew Computer Club, USA. It cost $666.66 and was sold as a circuit board, the wooden case needed to be home-made. Designed by Steve Wozniak and marketed by Steve Jobs, they formed the Apple Computer Inc. company together. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44992
Artist: ********
Title: Apple I computer. This was released in April 1976 at the Homebrew Computer Club, USA. It cost $666.66 and was sold as a circuit board, the wooden case needed to be home-made. Designed by Steve Wozniak and marketed by Steve Jobs, they formed the Apple Computer Inc. company together. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
Rights and restrictions

******** Apple I computer. This was released in April 1976 at the Homebrew Computer Club, USA. It cost $666.66 and was sold as a circuit board, the wooden case needed to be home-made. Designed by Steve Wozniak and marketed by Steve Jobs, they formed the Apple Computer Inc. company together. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Code: SP44992
Artist: ********
Title: Apple I computer. This was released in April 1976 at the Homebrew Computer Club, USA. It cost $666.66 and was sold as a circuit board, the wooden case needed to be home-made. Designed by Steve Wozniak and marketed by Steve Jobs, they formed the Apple Computer Inc. company together. It is on display at the Computer History Museum, USA. The museum's collection includes over 3000 artefacts from 1945 to 1990. Established in 1996, the museum preserves and returns to working order, computers that have had a significant historical impact. The museum is due to be relocated, becoming part of the NASA Research Park, California, USA, in 2005.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Early man. Conceptual computer artwork of the debate between Darwin's theory of Evolution (upper left) and the story of Genesis (lower right), the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. In Genesis, Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Code: SP44329
Artist: ********
Title: Early man. Conceptual computer artwork of the debate between Darwin's theory of Evolution (upper left) and the story of Genesis (lower right), the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. In Genesis, Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Early man. Conceptual computer artwork of the debate between Darwin's theory of Evolution (upper left) and the story of Genesis (lower right), the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. In Genesis, Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Code: SP44329
Artist: ********
Title: Early man. Conceptual computer artwork of the debate between Darwin's theory of Evolution (upper left) and the story of Genesis (lower right), the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. In Genesis, Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge, which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Garden of Eden. Computer artwork of two hominids in the Garden of Eden. This could represent Adam and Eve, the supposed first ever people, from the story of Genesis, the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Code: SP44304
Artist: ********
Title: Garden of Eden. Computer artwork of two hominids in the Garden of Eden. This could represent Adam and Eve, the supposed first ever people, from the story of Genesis, the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Garden of Eden. Computer artwork of two hominids in the Garden of Eden. This could represent Adam and Eve, the supposed first ever people, from the story of Genesis, the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Code: SP44304
Artist: ********
Title: Garden of Eden. Computer artwork of two hominids in the Garden of Eden. This could represent Adam and Eve, the supposed first ever people, from the story of Genesis, the first book of the Bible's Old Testament. Adam and Eve took an apple from the Tree of Knowledge which was offered by the Devil in the form of a serpent. Adam and Eve were later cast out of Eden into the world as punishment for eating the forbidden fruit.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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******** Statue of Alan Turing (1912-1954), the mathematician and 'father of computer science', in Sackville Gardens, Manchester, UK. The bronze statue, by sculptor Glyn Hughes, was unveiled in 2001. Turing is holding an apple, the fruit that he laced with cyanide to commit suicide, and also a symbol of forbidden love.
Code: SP32034
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Alan Turing (1912-1954), the mathematician and 'father of computer science', in Sackville Gardens, Manchester, UK. The bronze statue, by sculptor Glyn Hughes, was unveiled in 2001. Turing is holding an apple, the fruit that he laced with cyanide to commit suicide, and also a symbol of forbidden love.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala/SPL History
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******** Statue of Alan Turing (1912-1954), the mathematician and 'father of computer science', in Sackville Gardens, Manchester, UK. The bronze statue, by sculptor Glyn Hughes, was unveiled in 2001. Turing is holding an apple, the fruit that he laced with cyanide to commit suicide, and also a symbol of forbidden love.
Code: SP32034
Artist: ********
Title: Statue of Alan Turing (1912-1954), the mathematician and 'father of computer science', in Sackville Gardens, Manchester, UK. The bronze statue, by sculptor Glyn Hughes, was unveiled in 2001. Turing is holding an apple, the fruit that he laced with cyanide to commit suicide, and also a symbol of forbidden love.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: ********

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