Oral History Interview, Bill Klein (1597)
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In his October 2016 interview with Stephanie Hoff, William (Bill) Klein shared a few pieces of his early life as a teenager, where he lived, and why he decided to attend secondary schooling. Bill Klein (BK) also spoke about finishing his college career at UW Madison. He then went in depth about his time working at the Babcock Dairy as the plant manager. He went over his duties as manager and when his job requires a heavier work load. BK even shared his opinions and shed some light on what the dairy does that may cause some controversy on campus. Stephanie Hoff conducted this interview for inclusion into the UW-Madison Oral History Program, as part of the History 201: Historian’s Craft (FIG Fall 2016) Oral History Project.
William (Bill) Klein, Babcock Hall Dairy Plant, UW Madison, food science, Eileen Karre, ice cream, Google Fiber
In this interview, William (Bill) Klein details his early life as a teenager and why he decided to attend secondary school. He also discusses his time working at the Babcock Dairy as the plant manager and what his duties were. To learn more about this oral history, download & review the index first (or transcript if available). It will help determine which audio file(s) to download & listen to.