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Dealing from the Heart: A Biography of…

Dealing from the Heart: A Biography of Benjamin Swig

by Bernice Scharlach

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0942087186, Paperback)

Biography of a leading businessman and philanthropist who gave or raised millions for Jesuit and Jewish universities, Catholic convents, the State of Israel, to hospitals, youth camps, museums, and political campaigns. Ben Swig also built an empire leaving his mark on San Francisco, New York, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, and many cities in between. Close friend of Chief Justice Earl Warren, Ben Swig was knighted by the pope for his contributions to Catholic institutions. His story begins in New England, and he traveled west to become "Mr. San Francisco". With 40 photographs. Index and bibliography. Order direct from the publisher.

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