Law: Reynolds v. Reynolds

In what last week promised to become the most involved inheritance litigation of 1933, the principal adult personages were:

Zachary Smith Reynolds, fourth child of the late Richard Joshua Reynolds, founder of a tobacco company at Winston-Salem, N. C. Two years after his birth in 1911, his father's tobacco company gave birth to the first package of Camels. While Zachary Smith Reynolds was growing up, a weak-chinned, moody child at his family's elaborate 600-acre country seat, "Reynolda," the U. S. entered the War. Out of the War came mass-smoking of cigarets, with...

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