About the donor
Harold C. Hohbach
Throughout Harold C. Hohbach’s distinguished patent law career, Harold developed close working relationships with inventors from the Valley and grew to greatly admire their ingenuity, creativity and contributions to society. Harold's law practice covered a broad spectrum of technologies, including electronics, semiconductor manufacturing, mainframe computing, optically variable thin films and electro-mechanical, mechanical and medical devices.
Harold was passionate about education and inspiring the next generation of thinkers and doers. Hohbach Hall, similar to the David Rumsey Map Center, is providing Stanford Libraries with an opportunity to bring forward its archives and collections in a dynamic and engaging space to support inquiry and exploration and offer new ways to connect and expand knowledge.