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'''Robert "Bob" C. Anderson''' was president of the [[IBM]] (1941-1942).
 
'''Robert "Bob" C. Anderson''' was president of the [[IBM]] (1941-1942).
  
He grew up in Dayton, Ohio and worked in the industrial field of manufacturing where he was vice president of the Buckeye Iron & Brass Works.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, October 1944.</ref>
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He grew up in Dayton, Ohio and worked in the industrial field of manufacturing where he was vice president of the Buckeye Iron & Brass Works.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, October 1944.</ref> <ref>Tops, Vol. 9, No. 10, October 1944, BOB ANDERSON DIES, by Mel, page 11</ref>
  
 
He received his degree in Chemical engineering from the University of Michigan, where he also played football.<ref>[[Genii 1940 April]] (cover)</ref>
 
He received his degree in Chemical engineering from the University of Michigan, where he also played football.<ref>[[Genii 1940 April]] (cover)</ref>
  
  
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Revision as of 12:44, 17 August 2012

Robert C. Anderson
BornSeptember 1, 1884
DiedAugust 27, 1944 (age 59)

Robert "Bob" C. Anderson was president of the IBM (1941-1942).

He grew up in Dayton, Ohio and worked in the industrial field of manufacturing where he was vice president of the Buckeye Iron & Brass Works.[1] [2]

He received his degree in Chemical engineering from the University of Michigan, where he also played football.[3]


References

  1. Obit, Linking Ring, October 1944.
  2. Tops, Vol. 9, No. 10, October 1944, BOB ANDERSON DIES, by Mel, page 11
  3. Genii 1940 April (cover)