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The following photographs of Apple Lisa were shot by John Woodall of Vintage Micros Link points to external site, and are published here with permission.

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Overview of the entire system: the Lisa 1 with keyboard and mouse, ProFile hard drive, floppies and documentation.
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Same as above, from center.
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Same as above, from right.
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Close-up on the faceplate with Lisa logo, removed on Lisa 2 model in 1984.
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The ProFile hard drive.
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The documentation for the six office programs (bottom) and Owner’s Guide (above). The seventh application, LisaTerminal, was not available with the initial release of Lisa Office System, but offered later, starting with version 1.2.
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The powered-on Lisa. Note the illuminated orange power switch.
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A (black and white) photograph of LisaWrite.
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Lisa mouse, a little bit different than the Macintosh mouse from 1984 (the biggest difference is the smaller button).
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Lisa mouse connector (the edges had to be squeezed to get it in or out).
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The bottom side of the mouse.
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Lisa’s keyboard. Note integrated keypad (Macintosh users had to purchase a separate one until 1986).
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Lisa keyboard connector.
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Two Twiggy floppy disks with Office System.
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The Twiggies ready to be inserted into the disk drives.

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