Steve Jobs Atari memo
Sotheby’s announced that it will be auctioning off what the auction giant says is the only known surviving Steve Jobs documents from his time at Atari. One of the most interesting things about the documents is that while it’s an Atari memo written by Atari employee Steve Jobs to Atari employee Stephen Bristow written on Atari letterhead about an Atari product, Steve Jobs put the name of his made up company, All-One Design on the cover sheet (below the Atari logo).
He also used a custom All-One Farm Design stamp on another page of the memo, shown below. Note that the address is the address of his parent’s house in Palo Alto, the same house where Apple Computer was hatched in a garage.
Via The Mac Observer.