October 1977 Price List

By October, 1977, the Apple I was no longer included in Apple's price list.

October 1977 Price List

April 1977 Price List

The Apple I had dropped in price by April, 1977, from $666 to $475.

April 1977 Price List

Apple I parts postcard

March Newsletter

There were three more issues after this one that have since been lost.

Joe Torzewski
51625 Chestnut Road

Premier Newsletter

This is the first of the Apple I Owners Club's newsletters. One was written every two to three months.


Joe Torzewski
51625 Chestnut Road
Granger,In 46530

Invitation to join the User Group

This is the letter that would be sent out to Apple I owners inviting them to join Joe's Apple I User's Group. It's a form letter, with the name and date needing to be added.

Joe Torzewski
51625 Chestnut Road

Letter from Apple to Owners

This letter was sent from Apple to all Apple I owners, informing them of the newly informed Apple I Owners Club. Apple also mentions this letter to Joe in the upcoming letter about Apple Disassembler.

Letter from Apple to Joe about replacement parts

Joe wrote to Apple in an attempt to to find a 2519 IC chip. This was their reply:

Apple Computer Inc.
Service Department
20605 Lazeneo Drive
Cupertiono, California 95014
(408) 446-5444

The Owner's Club

Beta Testing with the Apple Server Group

Deep Dish - front
Chuck Goolsbee tells of his experiences beta testing with the Apple Server Group.


When Apple Computers wanted to create an online presence for the consumer, they started up eWorld. A colorful and cartoonish collection of buildings each offered enterence to different areas of the services. The Library served to access the software library, while Town Hall housed chat rooms.

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