A Classification of American Wealth
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   Haroldson Lafayette Hunt last years and death

Page entitled : The last years of Haroldson Lafayette Hunt

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How the aging Haroldson Hunt tried to recover the talents of Hassie, his book Alpaca,  the wire-taping scandal of  sons Bunker and Herbert Hunt, his death and will

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the last ten years of his life, Haroldson Lafayette Hunt gradually lost his power. His sons Bunker and Herbert took control of the companies of which he had vested ownership in a series of trusts for the six children from Lyda Bunker. Placid Oil, Penrod Drilling and Hunt International were thus firmly managed by the speculative Nelson Bunker Hunt and the self-effacing but thorough William Herbert Hunt. Their sisters took ...


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