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Field, Marshall Syllabification: Field, Marshall

Definition of Field, Marshall in English:

( 1834–1906), US merchant and philanthropist. In 1881, he organized Marshall Field & Co., which became the largest retail store in the world. He made major donations to the University of Chicago, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Field Museum of Natural History.

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