Marshall Lee, Pacific University History Professor, is interviewed by the Oregonian on a date unknown (approximately 1986) regarding his work with Tektronix. Marshall told me that Earl Wantland hired him to create a Tektronix corporate archive, and only later was there the idea to publish a book. The vintageTek Museum has a copy of a published timeline chart (2'X3') that Marshall created first on butcher paper and had hanging in his cubicle. One day, Jim Castles came by and commented on the timeline and asked if he could show it to Earl. This resulted in Tektronix typesetting the chart, and publishing it before the book was decided upon. The chart actually made it into the book, piece by piece, but very few ex-Tek's ever remember seeing the full chart at Tektronix. It was not until Holly Black Belleville donated two copies to vintageTek in 2010 that we ever laid eyes on what was originally printed and sent to Tek offices worldwide. vintageTek donated our second copy of the 2'x3' chart to Tek PR Group for display in the Tek Heritage Room in Bldg 50.
As for Prof Lee's book Winning With People: The First 40 Years Of Tektronix, Tektronix evidently printed 50,000 copies, 10,000 in hard cover. vintagetek has been given permission by Tektronix to reprint the 1986 book. In preparation, Julie Kawabata vintageTek Librarian, has created an Index for the book, which makes it much more useable. We have these printed and available at the Museum for a $5 Donation.