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   Hunt's deal with Dad Joiner

Page entitled : H. L. Hunt and the Joiner deal

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How H. L. Hunt and P. G. Lake prepared their memorable deal to acquire the core of the huge East Texas oilfield.


Extract :
... the flamboyant founder of General Motors, a man who made a fortune, lost it, made another fortune and lost it again, had the seeds for his outstanding success and eventual failure in his genes. Through his mother, Rebecca Fowler Crapo, he was a grandson of Henry Howland Crapo, one of Michigan's first lumber millionaires and twice governor of the state  ...

 

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