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Frank Pearl, D.C. financier and philanthropist, dies at 68

In a city where the rich and influential like to see their names emblazoned on university buildings and museum wings, Frank Pearl so craved anonymity that he was regarded as the most powerful unknown man in Washington. Read full article >>
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