Thomas Dudley Cabot, 98, millionaire industrialist, public...

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June 11, 1995

Thomas Dudley Cabot, 98, millionaire industrialist, public servant, conservationist and philanthropist, died Thursday in Weston, Mass. He started working for Cabot Corp., founded by his father in 1882, and built it into the world's largest producer of carbon black, used in printing ink, paint and automobile tires. He bought uninhabited islands off Maine to preserve them and donated a 176-acre forest in New Hampshire to the New England Forestry Foundation. He was director of international affairs for the State Department under President Harry S. Truman in 1951.

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