Read Frederick Koch, Who Spurned Family Business, Dies at 86 by Katharine Q. Seelye (nytimes.com)
The oldest of four boys, he had little interest in his brothers’ conglomerate or politics. Instead, he collected art and restored manor houses.
I was coincidentally reading a bit about the Kochs last night in American Amnesia. They indicated that Koch’s father was a co-founder of the John Birch society and naturally the boys were all steeped in their philosophy.

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