Caxton’s Certificate of Sanity, signed by people who’s names are the same as those of early schizophrenia researchers.
Caxton on the morning of his first day in school, before he met Miss Smith.
Caxton’s parents, taken with a cheap film camera in the early 1970s. The color process wasn’t very stable then and the colors have faded and there is a somewhat alarming greenish cast to the whole thing.
Typical random text screen, this one from the Apple II+ which was capable of upper case letters only. Note that although there are a lot of letters on the screen there are no recognizable words.
Caxton’s ID badge from the SSC and Evelyn’s from Pantex.
What the nurse wrote on Caxton’s chart the night he was admitted to the State Hospital that upset him so much before he met Pete.
Caxton in the window of his room early in the morning before his discharge. Note the position of the moon, which is astronomically impossible, suggesting that something strange was happening that night. (Photo by Evelyn M. Hermes.)
Photos of Bell, Heisenberg and Wittgenstein that Caxton had on his bulletin board in his room in the State Hospital.
The Pantex nuclear weapons plant. Evelyn’s office was in one of the darker buildings in the top right corner of the complex.
The Computing Center at the Superconducting Super Collider. Caxton’s office was in the low building at the top of the photograph.