E. Ruth Anderson

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Elsie Ruth Anderson (23 Jun 1907 Rhode Island – 24 November 1989 Boston, Massachusetts) was an American meteorologist and editor. Anderson attended the New England Conservatory of Music from 1924 to 1931, 1934, and 1940 to 1941. She earned a diploma from the New England Conservatory in "Orchestral Course in Violin" in June 1931.[1]

In World War II, she joined the WAVES and trained at the Navy Aerographers School.[2] She then worked for the American Meteorological Society for 20 years.


1st ed. (1976); OCLC 2035024
2nd ed. (1982); OCLC 239743664[4]


  1. ^ New England Conservatory Archives
  2. ^ Passport to Knowledge. "World War II and the Broadening of Opportunities". Retrieved 16 April 2011. 
  3. ^ The Money Manias: The Eras of Great Speculation in America, 1770–1970, by Robert Sobel, Weybright and Talley (1973); OCLC 802889
  4. ^ Amazon. "E. Ruth Anderson". Retrieved 16 April 2011.