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This is some Apple Lisa Software that I snagged from Rob Bedeaux's awesome site.  I am mirroring it here because the software is sooo cool.

LisaROM
LisaCalc: spread sheet
LisaGraph: charts
LisaList: an outline builder, idea manager 
LisaProject: project scheduler including integrated PERT and Gannt views
LisaDraw: drawing program (predecessor to Mac Draw)
LisaTerminal: modem communications software.
LisaTest
LisaGuide
Download Xenix for the Apple Lisa -Unix for the Lisa
MacWorks [147.3 KB]
MacWorks Plus [106 KB]
Hard Disk Drive Extension [8.6 KB]
Parallel Printer Extension

The Lisa to Macintosh Migration Kit was a suite of utilities that allowed you to migrate your data from the LisaOS to the MacOS.

Migration Kit Disk 1 [269 KB]
Migration Kit Disk 2 [154 KB]
Migration Kit Tools

The Lisa Office System Environment is the equivalent of the Macintosh System & Finder. These are the first pieces of software which must be installed on your Lisa. From here, you can then install the Lisa Office System 7/7, Lisa Workshop, or MacWorks. Below are the five images of the install disks. To use these them must be unStuffed, then placed on low density floppy disk via Disk Copy 4.2 from Apple Computer.

In addition to the last relase, I have posted version 3.0 and 2.0 for your enjoyment :)

Version 3.1 [Final Release of LisaOS]

Disk 1 [260 KB]
Disk 2 [288 KB]
Disk 3 [204 KB]
Disk 4 [216 KB]
Disk 5 [241 KB]

Version 3.0

Disks 1 to 5

Version 2.0

Disk 1 [260 KB]
Disk 2 [188 KB]
Disk 3 [261 KB]
Disk 4 [211 KB]

The Lisa Workshop "was Apple's development environment for the Lisa during the years of 1981 to 1985. From 1981 to 1983 this environment produced all the code fro the Lisa. After Apple's Macintosh introduction in 1984 Macintosh developers used the WorkShop since no native Macintosh development environment exisited.

The WorkShop is a command line shell similar in appearance to Apple's older Apple // and /// UCSD-like Pascal shells." (Craig, David T., 1988.)

Below are the nine sit images of the install disks. To use these them must be unStuffed, then placed on low density floppy disk via Disk Copy from Apple Computer.

Disk 1 [268.6 KB]
Disk 2 [260.0 KB]
Disk 3 [219.7 KB]
Disk 4 [188.4 KB]
Disk 5 [258.5 KB]
Disk 6 [170.4 KB]
Disk 7 [201.8 KB]
Disk 8 [169.7 KB]
Disk 9 [138.4 KB]