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EDWARD HENRY HARRIMAN DIES AT ARDEN AFTER LONG ILLNESS
AFTER PROLONGED AND COURAGEOUS STRUGGLE AGAINST FATAL ILLNESS THE GREAT FINANCIER DIES PEACEFULLY.--Surrounded by His Friends and Family the Foremost Railway Genius of America Passes Away--Best Medical Skill of America and Europe Powerless to Effect Cure--The End Expected for Several Days--Death Due to Intestinal Affection--Effect on the Market. EDWARD HENRY HARRIMAN DIES AT ARDEN AFTER LONG ILLNESS
The Wall Street Journal,
Sep 10, 1909

Edward H. Harriman died at 3:35 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at his country home at Arden, Orange County, New York.

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