Roland R. Renne (December 12, 1905 – August 30, 1989), an Agricultural Economics Professor, served as President of Montana State College from 1943-1964. Dr. Renne was also active in Washington D.C. and United States overseas agricultural economics work. He was the 1964 Democratic candidate for governor of Montana.

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  • Roland R. Renne (December 12, 1905 – August 30, 1989), an Agricultural Economics Professor, served as President of Montana State College from 1943-1964. Dr. Renne was also active in Washington D.C. and United States overseas agricultural economics work. He was the 1964 Democratic candidate for governor of Montana. (en)
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  • Roland "Rollie" Renne in 1960
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  • Roger Lewis Renne; Paul Wisner Renne; Karen Schaeffer Renne; Joan Eleanor Renne
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  • Mary Polly Kneeland Wisner
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  • February 1964
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  • Roland R. Renne (December 12, 1905 – August 30, 1989), an Agricultural Economics Professor, served as President of Montana State College from 1943-1964. Dr. Renne was also active in Washington D.C. and United States overseas agricultural economics work. He was the 1964 Democratic candidate for governor of Montana. (en)
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