- 2006-Jun-15 (Third session)
- 2006-Mar-08 (First session)
- 2006-Apr-05 (Second session)
Jean C. Jones discusses how she began working at Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation and her early interactions with Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce. Jones became full-time secretary for Fairchild and made the move to…
- 2004-Sep-01 (Second session)
- 2004-Jul-14 (First session)
Andrew S. Grove begins the first interview session with a description of his undergraduate life at the City College of New York, where exposure to influential professors shaped his professional outlook and personal…
- 2005-Feb-18 (First session)
- 2005-Apr-08 (Second session)
James M. Goldey chronicles his involvement with the electronics industry and his career at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. He describes his interaction with William B. Shockley, Julius Molnar, Jack Moll, and Ian M.…
Julius Blank begins the interview with a look at his childhood and early education. He graduated high school at the age of fifteen and began taking classes at the City College of New York while working various jobs.…
- Interviewee Blank, Julius
- Interviewer Brock, David C.
- Subject Crystal growth, Moore, Gordon E., 1929-, Noyce, Robert N. (Robert Norton), 1927-1990, Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory, Electronic industries, Integrated circuits--Very large scale integration, Shockley, William, 1910-1989, Fairchild (Firm), Microelectronics industry, Mechanical engineers, Semiconductor industry, and Blank, Julius
Color print magazine advertisement for Fairchild watches. This ad appeared in The New York Times Magazine, November 20, 1975.