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Title
Interview with Niels Reimers
Contributing Institution
Harrison Memorial Library
Collection
My Carmel: Oral History Interviews, and Local History Shorts
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Description
Oral History Interview with Niels Reimers. March 18, 2016. Neils Reimer was the last baby born at a hospital within the city limits of Carmel, in 1933. He went on to Oregon State University and served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Bon Homme Richard. He founded Stanford University’s Office of Technology Licensing in 1969. Reimers worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of California at Berkeley and the University of California at San Francisco, before returning to his beloved hometown of Carmel after he retired from academic life in 1993. Media Production: Ken Halla.
Type
moving image
Subject
Harrison Memorial Library
Carmel Library
Oral history
Niels Reimers

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