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WOMAN PROVES BODY IN TRUNK ISN'T HERS

Split in the Family

Alicia Patterson was a poor little rich girl, the daughter of New York Daily News Founder Joseph Medill Patterson, childless and restless after two divorces, with little to occupy her but New York's nightclub circuit. Harry Guggenheim also was born rich; heir to a mining and minerals fortune, he headed two of his family's multimillion-dollar foundations, served as U.S. Ambassador to Cuba. In 1939, Harry and Alicia were married and set up light housekeeping in a 30-room Norman chateau at Sands Point, Long Island. Within a year, Guggenheim found...

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