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Marylou Whitney - Recognitions
... from her husband John Hendrickson, the "Marylou Whitney Rose" will be the showcase rose in the "Marylou Whitney Rose Garden" at Congress Park near the entrance of the Canefield Casino ... FileMarylou Whitney rose.JPG The Marylou Whitney Rose was also planted in the Yaddo Rose Garden in Saratoga Springs, NY ...
Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney - Sportsman
... After his death in 1992, his widow, Marylou Whitney, continued breeding and racing operations on a smaller scale ... A much respected figure in racing, her "Marylou Whitney Stables" owned Birdstone, the 2004 Belmont Stakes winner ... State bought 14,700 acres (59 km²) of the 51,000 acre (210 km²) Whitney tract from Marylou's "Whitney Industries" for $17.1 million ...
Serious Money - Plot Summary
... the killer, she finds the American business woman Marylou Banes with whom Jake was dealing ... Marylou Banes offers her a fresh start ... Corman appointed as a Lord, and Scilla happily working for Marylou Banes ...
Marylou Whitney - Adirondacks
... Marylou Whitney is currently the largest private landowner in the state New York by owning Whitney Park ... Upon CV's death in 1992, Marylou inherited Whitney Industries, a large gravel and lumber business with 51,000 acres (210 km²) of critical Adirondack real estate ... On July 16, 2007 Marylou Whitney and her husband John Hendrickson donated $250,000 to the Long Lake Library, a gift of five times the library's operating budget ...
Marylou Whitney
... Marylou Whitney (born Marie Louise Schroeder, December 24, 1925, Kansas City, Missouri) is a noted philanthropist and a prominent socialite ... CV "Sonny" Whitney died in 1992, leaving Marylou with an estate estimated at the time to be $100 million ... In October 1997 Marylou married John Hendrickson, a (then) 32-year-old tennis champ and former aide to Governor Walter Joseph Hickel of Alaska ...