Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frick, circa 1913.
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Black and White photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Frick. 
He wears a top hat and carries a cane. She is wearing hat and glove. Both are in formal dress walking together at an Easter parade.

Credit: Image Donated by Corbis - Bettmann

With loans from wealthy friends Andrew Mellon and Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick was on his road to riches by the age of twenty-one. His coal and coke company soon employed 1,000 workers and controlled 80 percent of the coal output in Pennsylvania. Together, Frick and Carnegie the largest steel enterprise in Pennsylvania. By 1892 their operations became the epicenter of the Homestead Strike.

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