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Catalog Number 2016.015.001.10
Title Untitled (Aerial Photograph over Raychem Headquarters), January 3, 1967
Photographer Unknown
Collection Archival Collection
Object Name Photograph, Black-and-White
Category Photographs
Date January 3, 1967
Description Aerial Photograph over Raychem Headquarters, January 3, 1967. Silver gelatin photograph shows an aerial view of the shoreline in Menlo Park over the area of Raychem Corporation headquarters. The San Francisco Bay is visible along the upper left side of the image. Raychem buildings are visible left of center with roadways and rows of buildings filling the right half of the image. Portions of the Bayfront Expressway, Bayshore Freeway, and Ivy Drive are visible in the image. "Air-Photo Co., Inc." appears in the photograph at top center (dark print along top of font, the rest is very light) with "9638" at top left and "1-3-67" at top right. "RAYCHEM CORP. / PHOTO DEPARTMENT / FILE #" is stamped at bottom left on the back of the photograph in red ink with the file number "168-6B" handwritten in graphite. This photograph is part of a group of photos stored in a mailing envelope sent to Ms. Sue Norton at the Raychem Corporation from Mape Industries in Palo Alto. The envelope is postmarked December 17, 1975. The inscription on the mailing label reads, "MAPE INDUSTRIES / 2483 East Bayshore Suite 100, Palo Alto, Calif. 94303 / TO / Ms. Sue Norton / Raychem Corporation / 4040 Campbell Ave. / Menlo Park, California 94025."
Studio Air-Photo Company, Inc.
Place Menlo Park, CA
People Raychem Corporation
Raychemers
Subjects Aerial photographs
Electronics industry
Facilities
Industry
Telecommunications industry
Search Terms Aerial Views
Electronics Industry
Manufacturing
Menlo Park
Raychem Corporation
Raychem Culture
San Francisco Bay