More about the ERL Staff

For some time I have wanted to present information about each member of the Electrical Research staff. Over the years I have tried to collect information about each person–I have more for those people I’ve known well, but the NCR Archive has begun to yield information about the entire staff. Please check back from time to time as this section will be a work in progress. I am beginning with a list based on the payroll information I found, and will attach information I’ve collected to each name, as time permits. If family members find this page, and want to send me more details, please contact me. I welcome your help.

These photos come from 2 different sources. None of them are in the public domain. For information concerning possible use, contact Debbie Anderson

Photos yet to be found found for Ralph Bruce hired 18 Sept 1942, Frank X. Bucher hired June 2, 1941, Eugene Conover, Ralph Hept, Jack Kern hired 4 Jan 1938, L. M. Neumann, Anthony Nosil–if you are a friend or relative of any of these people, and would like to see them represented on this site, please feel free to contact Debbie Anderson

The wartime staff in the Electrical Research Department, in alphabetical order

bacher

C. A. Bacher

Bramlage

Bramlage

E. J. Carey

E. J. Carey

Edward DeLaet

Edward DeLaet

J. R. Desch

J. R. Desch

Robert Goebel

Robert Goebel

Don Henry

Don Henry

Roger Hull

Roger Hull

Isenhart

Isenhart

Kilheffer

Kilheffer

Robert Mumma

Robert Mumma

Harold Rice

Harold Rice

Louis Sandor

Louis Sandor

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  • INSIDE YOU’LL FIND …

    WHO worked during the war? Find the Personnel section. Also, Joseph R. Desch
    WHAT were their goals? By the Numbers. Also, The US Bombe
    WHY? History of the Bombe Project A contemporary account of the reasons and the plans for their project for the Director of Naval Communications, 1944.
    WHERE was the project: In Dayton, it was in Building 26. In Washington, it was housed at the Naval Communications Annex
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