I just found this floor plan in my filing cabinet. It is the original 1968 second floor office plan for Perkin-Elmer's 100 Wooster Heights, Danbury building where the Hexagon camera system was designed, built and tested. No windows except in the cafeteria. The first floor was not yet completed and its plan could not be made public because the two large thermal-vacuum chambers located in the high-bay area were considered classified information. The blank space in the upper-right of the plan was the high bay.
For many years on the Hexagon program I sat in the Design Engineering area at X marks the spot. I thought this would bring back memories. Do send me memories any of you have of those days.