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" Harriman carrying out her late husband's ideas has most generously presented to the state for a public park 10,000 acres of these lands, together with $1,000,000 in cash.) His real purpose, to which — as I said before — money-making was merely incidental,... "
E.H. Harriman: Master Railroader - Page 3
by Lloyd J. Mercer - 2003 - 204 pages
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The Railway Library, Volume 2

Slason Thompson - Railroads - 1911
...enterprises to which he mainly devoted his genius, in particular. His GREATEST SINGLE ACHIEVEMENT. His real purpose, to which — as I said before —...accomplishment, the sense of mastery, the exercise of power. An English admirer returning to New York after a trip over the Union Pacific system said to...
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Our Economic and Other Problems: A Financier's Point of View

Otto Hermann Kahn - Art - 1920 - 408 pages
...park 10,000 acres of these lands, together with $1,000,000 in cash. His real purpose to which—as I- said before— money-making was merely incidental,...accomplishment, the sense of mastery, the exercise of power. An English admirer returning to New York after a trip over the Union Pacific system said to...
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E.H. Harriman: Railroad Czar

George Kennan - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 452 pages
...for the mere sake of the good. "His real purpose was to do big constructive things; his real sport to pit his strength and brain against those of other...of worthy accomplishment, the sense of mastery, the successful exercise of power." Mr. WF Herrin understood him rightly and judged him accurately when...
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