Museum in NJ displays some of Jobs' earliest work

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died atage 56 yesterday, leaving behind what current Apple CEO Tim Cook calls, "a company that only he could have built,

WALL TOWNSHIP - Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died atage 56 yesterday, leaving behind what current Apple CEO Tim Cook calls, "a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple."

There is a place in New Jersey you can visit and see some of Jobs' earliest works for Apple.

The InfoAge Science History Center at Camp Evans has many vintage computers including the Apple II.

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