The Silicon Valley Historical Association's mission is to research and record the history of Silicon Valley and to globally provide information about this unique and important culture to educational institutions and the public.

The Silicon Valley Historical Association, also known as the Santa Clara Valley Historical Association (SCVHA), is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit. 

For over 27 years, the Silicon Valley Historical Association has published books, filmed interviews of world-impacting individuals, produced documentary films, and maintained an archive on the history of Silicon Valley — covering its cities, companies, individuals, high-technologies and parallels with the European Renaissance period.


• Film production
• Filmed interviews
• Remote interviews
• Photography
• Digital content curation
• Publishing services
• Audio production
• Audio narration
• Collection and preservation of archival photography and film
• Preservation of important historical documents
• Obituary writing services
• In Memoriam and tribute writing services
• Global Informational resource on Silicon Valley history and culture


Marc Bookman - Japan Liaison
Mark Brown - Assistant Director of Donations
Keith Costas - Graphic Designer
Hasina N. ElHajj - Cultural Advisor/Int'l. Marketing Director
Rie Hasama - Japanese Translations
Russell Kostner - Technical Advisor
Laz Laky - Project Manager
Peter Lonsky - Director of Research & Development
Sally McBurney - Director of Films, Photography & Digital Curation
Jim McCormick - Historian
John McLaughlin - President/Historian
Robert McLaughlin - Chief Creative Officer
Jean-Baptiste Moretti - Musical Director
Jeff Perron - European Liaison
Mark Richards - Photographer/Author, Core Memory
Meredith Rishy-Maharaj - Photography Assistant
Paolo Salcido - Photographer/Videographer
Carol Whiteley - Author
David Wong - Videographer
Gina Woolf - Project Director
Young S. You - Korea Liaison