Business: Brown-Harriman

Merged last week were two of the greatest names in Wall Street: Brown and Harriman.

Of the 16 partners in the new firm of Brown Bros., Harriman & Co., eleven are

Yale graduates. While in college they led cheers, edited papers, rowed, played hockey, managed musical clubs and were otherwise popular and prominent: Since college days, by far the most spectacular has been William Averell Harriman, able, active son of the late great Edward Henry Harriman-who with $400,000,000 at his command controlled 60,000 miles of railroad, built...

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