Business & Finance: Southern Beauties

The Shenandoah and the Blue Ridge are two of the greatest beauties of the South. A third is Mona Strader Schlesinger Bush Williams. Last week Harrison Williams, multi-millionaire utility tycoon, gave up active management of his two investment trusts named for the valley and the mountains. Thus does a New Deal succeed a New Era.

New Era. Harrison Williams, Ohio-born, now turned 60, was ten years ago a great utility man, master of Central States Electric Corp. and North American Co. The degree of his mastery is evident from the fact that in 1931...

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