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HEIR TO MILLIONS IS PUT TO BED WITH A COLD; While His Mother, Mrs. John Nicholas Brown, and His Private Doctor and Personal Tutor Go Motoring in the Rain--To Make Home in Pasadena.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Jan 6, 1916
Start Page: II7
Pages: 1
Section: Pictorial City/Editorial Section
Abstract (Document Summary)

John Nicholas Brown III, the "richest boy in the world," and reputed heir to $75,000,000, arrived in Pasadena over the Salt Lake at 9:45 o'clock yesterday morning in the Brown private car "Boston." With the other members of his party he was taken by automobile to the Huntington Hotel, where he was put to bed, suffering with a cold.

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