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  2. H. L. Hunt - Wikipedia

    Haroldson Lafayette Hunt Jr. (February 17, 1889 – November 29, 1974) was an American oil tycoon. [1]

  3. H. L. Hunt | American industrialist | Britannica

    H. L. Hunt, (born Feb. 17, 1889, Ramsey, Ill., U.S.—died Nov. 29, 1974, Dallas, Texas), American founder of a multibillion dollar oil business who promoted his ultraconservative political views on his own radio program. Hunt speculated in cotton properties until 1920.

  4. H.L. Hunt Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

    H.L. Hunt was born on February 17, 1889, near Ramsey, Fayette County, Illinois. His father was Haroldson Lafayette Hunt, and his mother was Ella Rose Hunt. He was the youngest amongst eight siblings. He received his primary education at home. Career He travelled a lot as a young man and worked in a number of odd jobs.

  5. H. L. Hunt |

    Born on his father's farm near Vandalia, Illinois, on February 17, 1889, Haroldson Lafayette Hunt worked nearly full-time on the farm as a boy, reaching only the fifth grade in the public schools. At age 16 he left home, travelling across the United States working as a farmhand, cowboy, lumberjack, and mule skinner.

  6. Haroldson Lafayette " H. L. " Hunt, Jr. (February 17, 1889 – November 29, 1974), known throughout his life as H. L. Hunt, was a Texas oil tycoon and conservative Republican political activist. By trading poker winnings for oil rights, he ultimately secured title to much of the East Texas Oil Field, one of the world's largest oil deposits.

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    • Haroldson Lafayette "H. L." Hunt Jr.
    • H.L. Hunt & the Kennedy Assassination
  7. H. L. Hunt’s Long Goodbye – Texas Monthly

    By 1940, H. L. was a billionaire and expanding into the Middle East. During World War II, he produced more oil, here and abroad, than did Germany, Italy, and Japan. By 1960, he was the world’s...

  8. H.L. Hunt | Expensivity

    Hunt’s Early Life and Education. Haroldson Lafayette Hunt, Jr. (1889–1974), was born in the small town of Ramsey, Illinois, about 60 miles southeast of Springfield. The youngest of eight children, Hunt was raised on the family’s prosperous farm. Hunt was homeschooled, never attending any public or private educational institution.

  9. H.L. Hunt: Motive and Opportunity

    John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy, and Jimmy Hoffa. Watch a video presentation about H.L. Hunt & the Kennedy Assassination. See a snippet of John Curington at the "Kennedys & Kings" Conference. Contact the author: mitchel AT whitington DOT com (but with no spaces, and formatted like an email addr) Get the Kindle edition.

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