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JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SR. - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 290431

JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER The businessman and philanthropist is shown on a golf course attempting to sink a ball with his putter in this black and white photograph. Photograph signed: "John D Rockefeller", B/w 7¼x9½ affixed to a 7½x9¾ piece of dark light card stock.

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JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
The businessman and philanthropist is shown on a golf course attempting to sink a ball with his putter in this black and white photograph.
Photograph signed: "John D Rockefeller", B/w 7¼x9½ affixed to a 7½x9¾ piece of dark light card stock. Merchant and businessman John D. Rockefeller, SR. (1839-1937) established his first oil refinery in 1863 near Cleveland, Ohio. His enterprise became the largest in the region within three years; he incorporated the Standard Oil Company of Ohio in 1870 and bought out all of his major competitors by 1872. Rockefeller was a shrewd - critics claimed unscrupulous - business man - but the only legal problems he faced were anti-monopoly legislation and litigation, which he resisted through the use of holding companies. Rockefeller was the first billionaire, and the richest man of his time. Adjusted for inflation, he may have been the richest man of all time. From 1885 to 1910, he founded four philanthropic institutions, eventually contributing more than one-half billion dollars. The Rockefeller wealth, channeled through several foundations and trusts, remain major philanthropies. Slight waffling due to mounting. Otherwise, fine condition.

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