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Glen Binoniemi Interview Transcript

 Digital Record
Identifier: https://archives.nmu.edu/CUPS%20Transcripts/Glen_Binoneimi.pdf

Summary

Upper Peninsula native Glenn Binoniemi recalls his lifetime work history. Born in 1936, Glen recalls his earliest job working on a farm in Clayton Mills, Michigan. Glenn also worked in a smelt factory, wire mill, and served in the Army from 1959 through the early 1960s. After returning from the Army, Glenn got a job as a railroad clerk typist and was quickly trained to work on keypunch computer programs. Glenn then continued to work on computers until his retirement.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish the Glen Binoniemi Interview Transcript must be obtained from the University Archivist. The University Archivist may be reached by phone at 906-227-1225, or e-mail, mrobyns@nmu.edu. The University Archivist may also be reached in Room 126 of the Learning Resource Center, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI.

Extent

1 item (1 text file (15 pages))

Language of Materials

English

Existence and Location of Originals

3302-01, Northern Michigan University and Area Audio Collection

Repository Details

Part of the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives Repository

Contact:
Harden Learning Resources Center 126
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette 49855 United States
906-227-1225
906-227-1333 (Fax)

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