I came across an old copy of MacDraw. Dated 1985. Just for fun, I
tried it on my G5... It runs under classic! As I recall it stopped
working on 68000-type Macs at some point, when 32-bit addressing came
in (leading to MacDraw II and MacDraw Pro). So I guess "Classic" runs
classic programs even better than classic Macs did.
Since no modern program will open original MacDraw format doents, it
may come it handy.
And *this* was interesting to see: System, Finder, MacDraw, MacWrite
all on the same 800K floppy....