Henry Medicus

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Medicus in the March 18, 1905 edition of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Henry W. Medicus (ca. 1865 - May 13, 1941) [1] was a wealthy furniture dealer in Brooklyn, New York in the early 1900s. He became a part owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team in 1905 when he and Charles Ebbets bought out the shares of the team owned by Harry Von der Horst. He remained a part owner of the ballclub until selling his shares in 1912.

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  1. ^ "Henry Medicus - Ex-Owner of the Dodgers, Dies at 76". Brooklyn Eagle. May 14, 1941. p. 13. 

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