Rarely seen Steve Jobs

From the garage where it all started to his recent battle with cancer: a collection of hard-to-find photos of the Apple CEO.

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Where it all began
Where it all began
At age 21, in 1976, Steve Jobs co-founded Apple with Steve Wozniak in Jobs' family garage in Los Altos, Calif. Jobs' father removed his car restoration equipment and brought home a wooden workbench that served as Apple's first manufacturing base. Jobs returned to the empty garage in 1996 to be photographed for Fortune.
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Last updated November 13 2009: 11:09 AM ET
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