Charles Broadway Rouss: Mosby Ranger,  Millionaire, Philanthropist

By Eric W. Buckland

The life of Charles Broadway Rouss is a genuine rags-to-riches saga. Rouss was sleeping in the parks of New York City in his old Confederate uniform in 1867, yet at the time of his death in 1902, he was a multi-millionaire. Once atop the world of business, Rouss gained renown for his generosity to causes and places he held dear. He also developed a reputation for being as opinionated as he was eccentric.

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38 pages 13 illustrations
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