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Shadow
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Does anyone know who was Int'l President in January 1958?

Thanks
mrunge
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It was L. A. (Duckey) Waterman who lived at 820 South Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA (USA).

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Shadow
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mrunge
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You're welcome.

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Dave V
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An IBM history page would be an awesome addition to the IBM website. Anybody listening?
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Steve Hart
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I hear you David.

I have just been asked by our incoming president to work with him on his advisory committee and the new I.B.M. Portal Website is one of the items we are looking at very carefully.

It is still in the works.

Great idea.


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