Walter Anderson

[footballer] Walter Anderson (1879 – 3 March 1904) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside forward. A diminutive forward, Anderson began his career with Darlington before moving to Thornaby Utopians. He became a professional in 1899 with Sheffield United and made four appearances in the First Division of the Footbal...
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Walter Anderson

[historian] Walter Anderson (1723{spaced ndash}1800), was a historian. Anderson was for fifty years minister of Chirnside, Berwickshire. He was the author of a rare (anonymous) book (said to have been suggested in jest by Hume), The History of Crœsus, King of Lydia, in four parts, containing observations (1) on the Ancient Notions of Desti...
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Walter Anderson

[baseball] Walter Carl Anderson (September 25, 1897 – January 6, 1990), also known as `Lefty` Anderson, was a professional baseball player whose playing career spanned five season, including parts of two in Major League Baseball with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1917 and 1919. Anderson compiled a major league record of 1–0 with a 3.25 ...
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Walter Anderson

[disambiguation] CLASS archive, NOAA, NESDIS. This image was taken by polar orbiter NOAA-7 between 1982-09-28 09:51:42.600-09:59:15.825 UTC on a descending pass. ...
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Walter Anderson

[GC] Walter Anderson GC (27 July 1890 – 11 May 1959) was a recipient of the George Cross and an officer in the Royal Air Force. On 10 December 1928, Pilot Officer Hugh Constantine, while flying off Leysdown crashed into the sea, about 200 yards from the shore. In cold and rough conditions, Corporal McTeague and Flying Officer Anderson swa...
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Walter Anderson

[editor] Walter Anderson (born August 31, 1944) was the Chairman and CEO of Parade Publications (2000–2009) and he was the Editor of Parade magazine for 20 years before being named CEO. ==Military Service== Anderson dropped out of high school and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he served from 1961 to 1966, rising to the r...
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Walter Anderson

[entrepreneur] Walter C. Anderson is an American telephone entrepreneur who was arrested and convicted in the largest tax evasion case in United States history. ==Early life and career== Anderson grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland. He later moved to Fairfax, Virginia, where he graduated from Woodson High School in 1971. He did not graduate ...
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Walter Anderson

[folklorist] Walter Arthur Alexander Anderson ({OldStyleDate|October 10|1885|September 28}, Minsk, Russian Empire – August 23, 1962 in Kiel, Germany) was a German ethnologist (folklorist). == Life == Anderson was born from a Baltic German family in Minsk (now in Belarus), but in 1894 moved to Kazan (Russia), where his father, Nikolai Ande...
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Walter Anderson

[English artist] Walter Anderson (died 11 January 1903) was an English artist who was a painter, lithographer, and engraver. His paintings were made of still live, landscapes and genre. ==United States== He lived in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1849 to 1853, when he was an active lithographer and engraver. He worked first for Charles A. Jewett, a ...
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