(“Hewlett-Packard Building” by Stewarts Commercial Photographers, 1963. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, Special Collections. Image Number: 013-2006.)

Large single-story building with empty parking lot in front and Cheyenne Mountain visible in background. Sign over door reads “Hewlett-Packard Co. HP. Colorado Springs Oscilloscope Division. Designer & manufacturer of precision electronic measuring instruments.” No. 637 is on side of building.

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