Henry Clay Frick: The Man
Harvey (1864-1928) offers a biography of his personal friend Frick (b. 1849), whose close relationship with the Carnegie family resulting in his obtaining absolute control, at age 41, of the newly reorganized Carnegie Steel Company. It discusses his legal difficulties with Andrew Carnegie, his role
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