- Henry Clay,1849–1919, U.S. industrialist, art patron, and philanthropist.
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Examples from the Web for frick
Another image by Piero della Francesca, from his St. Augustine Altarpiece and now on view at the Frick Collection in New York.A Saint's Fancy Dress
March 7, 2013
It belongs to the Clark institute in Williamstown, Mass., and is now in the little Piero show at the Frick Collection in New York.A Painter with God-like Talent
March 5, 2013
Their names still rumble with authority: Carnegie, Mellon, Frick, Westinghouse, Heinz and Schwab.5 Things to Watch for at the G-20
Steven R. Weisman
September 23, 2009
Mr. Frick was then questioned concerning his enlistment of Pinkerton guards.
The arrest of Chairman Frick was to be deferred until he should recover from his wounds.
There could be no mistaking the opinion of the crowd as to Mr. Frick and the Pinkertons.
Mr. Frick had not lost consciousness and was able to recognize and speak to the physicians.
"I do not think we asked for the legislation," observed Mr. Frick.