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Picture This: ’70s Steve Jobs, Apple Photos

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Do you have old photos stashed away? Early Apple employees do and have shared a few — Steve Jobs, Apple's first office and the company's first color logo.

Do you have old photos stashed away in a drawer or shoebox somewhere? Early Apple employees do and they have shared some of them online — young Steve Jobs, Apple’s first office and the company’s first color logo.

Above: A custom color embroidered patch created to highlight the Apple II’s then revolutionary 8-bit color graphics.

“The embroidered Apple logo was done by me,” remembers Gene Carter, an early Apple manager. “We were going to the computer show in Anaheim, as I recall, and wanted to distinguish the Apple people from the masses.”

Do you have old photos stashed away? Early Apple employees do and have shared a few — Steve Jobs, Apple's first office and the company's first color logo.
Apple Group Photo: Elmer Baum, Mike Markkula, Gary Martin, Andre Dubois, Steve Jobs, Sue Cabannis, Mike Scott, and Don Breuner. Standing, rear, Mark Johnson.

Do you have old photos stashed away? Early Apple employees do and have shared a few — Steve Jobs, Apple's first office and the company's first color logo.
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BusinessInsider solicited images the above images from early Apple employees — be sure to click through for the full set of pictures, some never seen before…

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