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The House of Morgan: An American Banking Dynasty and the Rise of Modern Finance
Even as stockbrokers jumped from ledges in October 1929, Jack Morgan was not suffering. His yacht, Corsair IV, was being constructed. It was 343 feet long, had elevators, a crew of over 50, and cost about $2.5 million. He was planning a 1930 cruise to Palestine with his friend Dr. Cosmo Lang, the archbishop of Canterbury.
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