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The Greer case, a true court drama (1955)

by David W. Peck

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This is the story of a court case conducted in New York to establish the rightful heir of the large fortune left by New York socialite Mabel Seymour Greer upon her death in 1946. There were three parties who hoped to inherit: New York state, Harvard University, and a man in his late 50s who believed that he just might be Mrs Greer's illegitimate son. Continued ( )
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On the morning of August 11, 1946, the obituary page of New York newspapers reported the death of Mabel Seymour Greer.
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