John Henry Ramboz (1879-1960) served as the representative from San Marino to the Metropolitan Water District Board of Directors
in 1933. He was the vice-chairman in 1948, and chairman in 1949. The collection consists of correspondence, reports, graphs,
pamphlets, books, photographs, and related ephemera accumulated by Ramboz while representing San Marino on the Board of Directors
of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
Ramboz was born in 1879 in Los Angeles, California; he entered the banking business in 1903 with Merchants National Trust
and Savings Bank of Los Angeles, serving 15 years as vice president and cashier; in 1928 he established a business as financial
and business counselor, also serving as president of the Ambassador Hotel Company and on various boards of directors; in 1933
he was appointed representative from San Marino to the Metropolitan Water District Board of Directors; he served as vice-chairman
in 1948, and chairman in 1949; he died on November 18, 1960.
5 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
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