"EDMUND ARNOLD ANDERSON, "Axel," was born July 27, 1899, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he has lived ever since, with the exception of four years in Middletown, Connecticut.
"His father, Leonard Hemfried Anderson, was born September 28, 1871, in Worland, Sweden.He is associated with the Anderson Die Machine Company in Bridgeport, as a tool designer and estimator.Mrs. Anderson's maiden name was Mary Elizabeth Hunold, and she lived in Trenton, New Jersey, before she was married.There are four children in the family, three sons and one daughter.
"Axel prepared at the Bridgeport High School and took the Mining Engineering Course.He lived at home.
"He entered service October 1, 1918, in New Haven, Connecticut; was inducted October 26; served in Company E, 2d Battalion, Engineer Corps, S. A. T. C. at Yale; and received his discharge December 26, 1918.
"He expects to return for graduate study, and will be a mining engineer.His permanent address is 177 Westfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut."
“History of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University,” Volume One, edited by the Class Book Committee, Published for the Class by the Class Secretaries Bureau, 1920,” The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, printers, p. 34. [photo adjacent]