Mark Hopkins 1814-1878
Sometimes called "Uncle Mark", he was the eldest of the The Big Four and was well known for his thriftiness (it was said that he knew how to "squeeze 106 cents out of every dollar", a reputation that gained him the post of company treasurer. Prior to the railroad, he and Collis Huntington were partners in the operation of a Sacramento hardware store during the California Gold Rush.

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