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In 1927 he designed a machine that not only sliced the bread but also wrapped it.
His new and improved commercial bread slicer, was completed in 1928.
He married Carrie Johnson in 1905, and the couple had two children. Joseph, Missouri Otto toyed with an idea for a bread slicing machine that would revolutionize the baking business.
Rohwedder was a jeweler by profession, and owned three jewelry stores in St. Convinced that such an invention would work, he sold his jewelry stores and used the funds to finance his new venture.
He first tried rubber bands and then metal pins to keep the loaves intact, but both failed. The Continental Baking Company altered the course of bread forever in 1930 when it introduced sliced Wonder Bread.
In the meantime, he worked as an investment and security agent during the 1920s." moments, a running timeline which puts the inventions and discoveries in historical context.Panatis Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things by Charles Panati / Paperback - 480 pages Reissue edition (September 1989) / Harper Collins Discover the fascinating stories behind the origins of over 500 everyday items, expressions and customs The Bread Lover's Bread Machine Cookbook by Beth Hensperger / Paperback: 528 pages / Harvard Common Press (September 1, 2000) However, the newer generation of machines turns out excellent bread, and after being bombarded with know-how by this James Beard Award-winning writer, even the most reluctant may be inspired to give it a go.of Bettendorf, Iowa, and he became vice-president and sales manager of the Rohwedder Bakery Machine Division of Micro-Westco, Inc.Rohwedder retired to Albion, Michigan in 1951 with his wife Carrie, where their daughter Margaret Steinhauer, and his sister Elizabeth (Rohwedder) Pickerill lived.