Much of the information for this site came from the following:
Goodell, Jeff. "The Rise and Fall of Apple Inc." Rolling Stone issues 731, 732
Moritz, Michael, The Little Kingdom: The Private Story of Apple Computer. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1984.
Levy, Steven,Insanely Great: The Life and Times of Macintosh, the Computer That Changed Everything. New York: Viking, 1994
Many of the pictures came from Upgrading and Repairing Macs which was published in 1994 by Que Corporation. Some pictures came from Apple Facts Online (which is no longer available), some from the Rolling Stone article. Other pictures came from AppleDesign: The Work of the Apple Industrial Design Group, (Kunkel, Paul. 1997, Graphis) a truly great book. They are all public domain to my knowledge.
For the computer specifications, I used Apple Facts Online (no longer online), the Macintosh Museum at www.MacintoshOS.com, NewerRam's excellent (and unfortunately defunct) freeware product, GURU, and Apple's well maintained Spec Database. I also have used some information from EveryMac.com. For Newton information, I turned to the Newton Gallery.
Useful resources for the Apple minded include:
Crazy Apple Rumors (Sadly on Hiatus)
Low End Mac is a great site, with a weath of historical and other mac-related info.
AppleFritter is devoted to documenting Apple computers, prototypes and clones, as well as "homemade" computers such as the Compbrick.
AppleLinks, one of the best apple link sites around.
EveryMac, a comprehensive and detailed site containing specs for every MacOS computer ever made.
Jeff Keller's PowerWatch, an excellent source of information for owners of Power Computing machines.
The Apple Museum, maybe better than my site.
The Mac 512, a good site for finding software for older macs.
Andy Molloy's excellent Apple History Book List
The Apple Museum, a large private collection of Apple hardware.
Zapple, covering Apple history through media.
Applesense, devoted to giving you the most accurate and up to date details about the ever changing line up of Apple products.