A career in international banking with the Bank of America, 1936-1970, and the United Nations Development Program, 1971-1975
Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California, 1994 - Bankers - 408 pages
Peterson discusses his emigration from Sweden and childhood in Hilmar Colony, Turlock; college years; first trip to Sweden; his career with the Commercial Credit Company and the Bank of Hawaii; years with Transamerica, and the Bank of America, culminating with his Presidency of the Bank, 1963-1970; finally participation in the United Nations Development Programme.
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PATRICIA PRICE PETERSON
COLLEGE YEARS 19211925
FIRST TRIP TO SWEDEN 1930
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