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   Haroldson Lafayette Hunt organization

Page entitled : The H. L. Hunt organization in the 1930s

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How H. L. Hunt managed and expanded Hunt Production Company, bought a refinery and reorganized after P. G Lake left. 

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Key employees who helped H. L. Hunt manage his thriving oil business included his brother Sherman, who moved to Texas from Montana, Charles Hardin, the man who informed him about the Deep Rock strike, Harry Harter, a former member of the French Foreign Legion, who worked in the pipeline department and served as a spy, as well as his lawyers, J.B. McEntire and Roy Lee, whose main task was to defend Hunt against the numerous claims related to the problematic Joiner leases. Another man, H.L. Williford served as Hunt’s personal assistant. P. G. Lake, the financier   ...


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