Business: Personnel: Dec. 25, 1933

¶Fortnight ago when Alexander Legge, strolling in the garden of his home at suburban Hinsdale, Ill. was stricken dead by a heart attack, he left vacant the presidency of International Harvester Co. Last week Harvester's Chairman Cyrus H. McCormick said to his directors: "Among the many things for which our company must always be grateful to Alexander Legge is the fact that he built up and bequeathed to us a strong organization of able, trained and loyal men." The directors had no difficulty in deciding which of those men should succeed Mr. Legge. They...

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