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Q:

I see.

Heiskell:

--I wasn't trying to bring my buddies in, or anything of that kind.

Q:

Any memorable meetings, either of the Overseers or the Corporation? A meeting that just stands out in your mind?

Heiskell:

[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--

Q:

The meetings?

Heiskell:

The meetings. Which would surprise anybody who knows much about Harvard.

Q:

What about the 350 million dollars capital drive? Did you get involved in that?

Heiskell:

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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