A tool to organize several objects such as histograms into a tree structure similar to the Windows Explorer. The user can open graphical views of collected data by double-clicking on the object icons. The entire tree can be saved to disk as a binary file with an extension ".pom". The data file can be read back into the Pom at a later time. Pom has been used to manage tens of thousands histograms acquired in an experiment. I use Pom in my laboratory practice. You find slides and further information at http://www.pas.rochester.edu/~skulski/.