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Henry & Henry Fredrick Lippitt

Henry & Henry Fredrick Lippitt

(1818-1933) ~ Inducted 1987

Henry Lippitt&nbsp; was a native Rhode Islander who died in 1891, after becoming one of the state's industrial and financial leaders of his time, serving two terms as governor.

Henry F. Lippitt, Henry's son, died in 1933, after following in his father's footsteps as an industrialist, a statesman, and a United States Senator. A renowned yachtsman, he was instrumental in winning many prestigious events, including the Astor Cup, and took part in America's Cup racing.


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