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Larry Roseman worked for the Boeing Company as a structural engineer from 1957 to 1974. He was born in Detroit in 1928 but spent most of his life in Seattle. After retiring, Roseman became a student in the University of Washington's Access program, which enables students over 60 to audit classes. Roseman audited at least 98 classes through the Access program.
One unpublished manuscript titled "The Many Facets of an Engineer's Life: Lawrence J. Roseman" from January 2016 with interviews by Antoinette Willis and transcriptions by Adrienne Antonsen
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