Tori Leche. Henry clay frick (1849-1919). Early Life. Henry Clay Frick was b orn on American soil in West Overton, Pennsylvania on December 19, 1849. Frick was named after a leader of the Whig Party, which his family belonged to.
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Coke ovens owned by H.C. Frick Coke Co.
Coal Processing Plant
Underground Coal Conveyer Belt
an assassination was plotted
for revenge against him.
This attempt failed, however.
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