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Groundbreaking ceremonies for Fairchild Semiconductor
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In 1958, Fairchild Semiconductor, a division of Fairchild camera and Instrument Corporation, broke ground at 545 Whisman Road. Attending the ceremonies, from left to right, were: Joseph Rogers, President; Joseph Ostele, Vice President; R. Hodgson, Executive Vice President; and Charles Morse, Vice President of Ferry-Morse Seed Company. Mountain View, California.
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