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Jobs Childhood Home Historical Site?

(CNN) — The California home where Steve Jobs built the first Apple computer may soon become a historical site.

The Los Altos Historical Commission has scheduled a historic property evaluation for the single-story, ranch-style home Monday.

Jobs moved to the home with his foster parents when he was in the seventh grade. It was in the attached garage that he and Steve Wozniack worked on 50 apple one computers as teenagers. Nine months later, in 1977, the Apple computer company was formally established.

If the historical site designation is approved, the house will have to be preserved.

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