Michael A. Kelly begins the interview with a discussion of his childhood and education. Growing up in Roswell, New Mexico, Kelly became interested in radio and television electronics at a young age. After high school,…
- Interviewee Kelly, Michael A., 1936-
- Interviewer Daemmrich, Arthur, Brock, David C.
- Subject Kelly, Michael A., 1936-, United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Engineering, Nuclear physics, Hewlett-Packard Company, Electron spectroscopy, Kevex Corporation, Stanford University, Scientific apparatus and instruments, Scientific apparatus and instruments--Design and construction, Electrical engineers
Developed in 1972, the HP-35 was Hewlett Packard's first pocket calculator and the first pocket calculator ever to have transcendental functions. Twenty HP engineers spent two years and approximately $1 million…
General view of the Hewlett-Packard display booth at the Pittsburgh Conference and Exposition on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (PITTCON) held in Cleveland, Ohio in March 1973. This photograph was taken…
Dr. Beckman and Dr. Hewlett, co-founder of Hewlett-Packard, converse at dinner preceding Stanford Symposium that marked Beckman's 50th Anniversary. According to a caption on the back of this photograph, Hewlett,…