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May 20, 2024

[Answer] 1. Brian G. Hughes (1849-1924) was a U.S. businessman known for many unusual pranks that involved the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tiffany's jewelry store in which American City?

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...1. Yuma 2. Miami 3. New York City 4. Salt Lake City Brian G. Hughes made a fortune manufacturing paper boxes and founding the Dollar Savings Bank. Some of his stunts included donating a plot of ground in Brooklyn to the Board of Aldermen who planned to make it into a public park. What they did not realize was that the plot of land only measured 2x8 ft. He was known to drop fake diamonds all over the floor of Tiffany's jewelry store so he could watch the fashionably elite try to steal them without being caught. He once placed empty picture frames in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art causing the police to spend thousands of dollars trying to figure out what had been stolen. He would pretend to forget his expensive umbrellas and watch while someone stole them. What the thief did not know was that when he opened the umbrella it read "stolen from Brian G. Hughes". He drove the police and the newspapers of New York City crazy for decades.




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