Manuals (5) / Documents (4) / Floppy disks (39), "ImageWriter User's Manual" + "Aztec C for the Macintosh" + MacPaint, Macwrite & Macintosh Manuals / photocopy + letter + 2 receipts / 39 X 3.5" floppy disks, paper/plastic/metal, Apple Computer Inc., Manx Software Systems Inc. & Verbatim Corp., USA, 1983-1984.
1) The "Aztec C for the Macintosh" is in TWO white plastic coated three ring binders, labeled Book 1 & Book 2, Release 1.06, September 1984. It is designed and manufactured by Manx Software Systems, Inc., from New Jersey, USA.
2) The Apple "Imagewriter User's Manual" is bound with a white wire spring. It is designed and manufactured by Apple Computer Inc., California, USA in 1983. Included with this manual are three loose pages directly related to the Imagewriter including:
1 page of errata
1 page packing list
1 page unpacking instructions.
3,4 & 5) MAcPaint, MacWrite & Macintosh Manuals are all white spring bound paper. They are designed and manufactured by Apple Computer Inc., in California, USA in 1984.
The Mac manuals (items 3,4 & 5 above) are in a white plastic case that contains other items as part of the Macintosh 512 package including:
6 floppy disks with software data for the Mac
1 cassette tape - "A Guided Tour of the Macintosh & MacWrite + MacPaint"
1 loose leaflet with Macintosh 512 unpacking information
4 Apple logo stickers (2 small & 2 a bit bigger)
a card with CAUTION information on it reguarding handling of the External disk drive mechanism.
The Documents are:
1) A photocopy of a correspondence between Mr. Cribb (donor) and QBE Insurance dated 25 March 1985. It details the Macintosh 512 and components with serial numbers and values for addition to his home insurance policy.
2) A blue paper contract for payment of "Apple care" charges covering Macintosh 512 and accessories.
3) A blue paper docket with receipt attached for monies relating to "Apple care" program.
4) A correspondence from Apple Computer Australia Pty. Ltd. to Cribb thanking Mr. Cribb for participating in the Apple care program.
The floppy disks are data storage devices. A ferrous metal coated floppy disk is mounted inside a hard plastic case fitted with a flush mounted sliding metal door that opens to expose the recording surface of the disk when the disk is inserted into a disk drive mechanism. The floppy disks are manufactured by Verbatim Corp. California, USA in 1984. They are single-sided, double-density 80 tracks / 135 TPI.