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--I wasn't trying to bring my buddies in, or anything of
Any memorable meetings, either of the Overseers or the
Corporation? A meeting that just stands out in your mind?
[short silence]. I can't--no, I can't remember any.
One--digressing a bit, it used to be that the Corporation was very
much sort of a Boston family. And people keep saying to me: “It's a
very collegial little club, isn't it? You all see each other all the
time”--and so on so on. Well, we never see each other outside of--
The meetings. Which would surprise anybody who knows much
What about the 350 million dollars capital drive? Did you get
involved in that?
Yes. There were three people who were running it. Bill
Rothchild, the man who got me in; Al Gordon of Kidder, Peabody--now
Kidder, Peabody [laughter]; and Bob Stone, Bob Stone being the major
one. We never could get anybody to run the corporate part of the
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