Robert W. Pomeroy papers
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The Robert W. Pomeroy Papers include user manuals, programs, memoranda, working papers, and reports from Robert W. Pomeroy's tenure at the Inter-American Development Bank.
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Robert W. Pomeroy began his career at the Inter-American Development Bank in 1965 as a financial analyst. He had previously served as executive assistant to the manager of the Rockefeller's International Basic Economy Corporation in Brazil, and later as an analyst vetting the creation of a Wall Street venture capitalist operation. He majored in history at Stanford University and was a graduate student in history at the American University of Beirut.
2 boxes (1.5 cubic feet)
Papers include user manuals, programs, memoranda, working papers, and reports from Robert W. Pomeroy's tenure at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Papers were donated by Robert W. Pomeroy in 2006.
- Robert W. Pomeroy Papers, 1964-1987. Finding Aid.
- Prepared by Sasha Grossman, January 2008.
- February 2008
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