Raab Acquires Rare Signed Document of Steve Jobs

Raab Acquires Rare Document of Steve Jobs, Signed In His Twenties, Among the Only Documents He Signed Ever to Reach the Market

The original agreement, signed by the 23-year-old Jobs and his guru, Robert M. Friedland, for 160 acres of farmland, which they planned to cultivate with apple orchards and vineyards

PHILADELPHIA, PA – May 11, 2017 – The Raab Collection, the nation’s leading dealer in important historical documents, announced that it has bought and will be offering for sale a document signed by Steve Jobs and guru Robert M. Friedland, in which the young duo sign a lease for land on which they hoped to build and plant, a rare connection between Jobs and his inspiration, the land.

A full historical description is available here.

About The Raab Collection:  The Raab Collection has handled many of the most important historical documents to reach the market and worked with the families of famous Americans in the sale and preservation of their family treasures, among them Neil Armstrong, Thomas Jefferson, Ulysses S. Grant, William Henry Harrison, and Ronald Reagan. Nathan Raab, a member of the Board of Directors of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, is also a contributor to Forbes.com.  To learn more visit www.raabcollection.com or follow @raabcollection on Twitter.

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