Published March 15, 2007
by Harvey Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||456|
Warren had access to the Frick Archives in Pittsburg which Mr. Harvey would have been denied access to by Helena Clay Frick - HCF's strong willed and worshipfull daughter who died in So despite this books laudatory tone of HCF and its age I /5(4). HENRY CLAY FRICK THE MAN [GEORGE HARVEY] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is . Henry Clay Frick: The Man on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HENRY CLAY FRICK- THE MAN by GEORGE HARVEY. Originally published in Contents PAGE I. ANCESTRY I II.4/5(7).
Beard Books, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. 0 Reviews. Written by a close friend, this is the story of the industrialist, art collector, and benefactor. Henry Clay Frick, the Man George Brinton McClellan Harvey Snippet view - Henry Clay Frick, the man. henry clay frick- the man by george harvey. originally published in contents page i. ancestry i ii. boyhood ii iii. beginning business in coke . 19 iv. a triumph of faith and courage 44 v. interlude 6j vi. enter the carnegies 76 vii. the man in steel 93 viii. homestead ix. the state intervenes x. attempted assassination xi. Henry Clay Frick is the least known, the most enigmatic, of all the so-called robber barons who stalked the land during America's Gilded Age. A taciturn man, Frick shunned publicity throughout his life and left a legacy of silence far into the Henry Clay Frick remains the quintessential American capitalist/5. This book is a masterpiece of art collections. Frick spent a large portion of his life collecting fine art. Much of it was related to dealing with the tragedy that death had on him; his young daughter, Martha's, his young son, Henry Clay Frick, Jr., and the impact that these losses had on his wife/5.
Frick came from Switzerland and Overholt from the Palatinate on the Rhine. Both sailed from Rotterdam and landed in Philadelphia but they were only nominally contemporaneous. Martin arrived about and died in Johann came in and lived till Henry Clay was of the fourth generation succeeding his two great-great-grandfathers. Henry Clay Frick: “The Man” was a Businessman Reviewed by R. Jay Gangewere This long-awaited book on Henry Clay Frick is less a traditional biography about The Man (as Carnegie called him) than an overview of the industrial history of coke, iron and steel in the half century between and Henry Clay Frick, the man by George Brinton McClellan Harvey, , C. Scribner's Sons edition, in English. Henry Clay Frick died on December 2, , at the age of seventy. That evening, Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman were attending a farewell banquet in Chicago, their last whirlwind tour before.