Carnegie writes to Henry Phipps how Frick grew angry at Carnegie for secretly meeting Mr. William Rainey without him and believes Frick is overreacting by resigning and selling his shares. He concludes that Frick must be unwell and wants to meet with Phip

[December 31, 1894]

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Carnegie writes to Henry Phipps how Frick grew angry at Carnegie for secretly meeting Mr. William Rainey without him and believes Frick is overreacting by resigning and selling his shares. He concludes that Frick must be unwell and wants to meet with Phip