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This is Mary Marshall Clark. It is February 17, 1994. I am in the office of Dr. Frank
Stanton in New York City, conducting a fourteenth session of his oral history interview.
Good morning, Dr. Stanton.
Good morning to you.
We're fine. As usual, your voice is loud and clear.
The transcribers tell me what a pleasure it is to transcribe you, because your diction is so
excellent and your voice is so clear. [Laughs] We're meeting today to talk a little about the
AEA Investors, if that's okay with you. You mentioned them last time that we spoke. I
wonder, since there's not much public information about them, if you would be willing to tell
us a little bit about the history of the group--just in terms of how it got started.
Well, I came into the group well after it was established.
When did you come in?
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