Marian Carlton Interview Transcript
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Marian Carlton was born in in 1937. She moved to Marquette, Michigan at a young age as her father was selected for a job as the dean of the Cathedral at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. She grew up in the polio epidemic at a time where mothers stayed at home, but when Marian became a mother she had to provide for her kids. She attended school and received her secondary education degree with a concentration in home economics. As a married wife and mother, she ran a laundromat with her husband and family. She then went back to school in order to get her masters to further her credentials. Then, she worked as a social worker in nursing homes and hospitals.
Oral histories (document genres).
Upper Peninsula (Mich.).
Social work education.
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