Famous People Who Died on May 20
Henry M. Flagler
Entrepreneur / 1830 - 1913
Henry M. Flagler became a self-made millionaire by collaborating with John D. Rockefeller in developing Standard Oil, and by building railroads and luxury hotels.
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