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Jean Cox (Jean Elliott): Interview

Interviewee: Jean Elliott (nee Cox) DOB:
Interviewer: Elisabetta Mori
Joined LEO: Probably 1948/49 having been a Lyons clerk
Role in LEO: Clerical assistant to John Pinkerton

Abstract: Jean Cox was one of the earliest to join the LEO team as a clerical assistant involved in a variety of tasks such as filing and note taking for the design team comprising John Pinkerton, Ray Shaw, Ernest Kaye and Ernest Lenaerts. Even permitted to do some soldering! Always remembers with great fondness working with LEO.

Copyright: Leo Computers Society.
Restrictions: None known
(Recording and transcript to be added.)

Date : Unknown

Creator : Leo Computers Society

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53391. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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