PARIS — Baron Guy de Rothschild, the patriarch of the Rothschild family here who, with his late wife Marie-Helene, threw some of the most lavish balls of the last century, has died, France Galop, the horse racing organization, revealed Wednesday. He was 98.
The cause of death could not be learned, nor could details of Rothschild's funeral. But a private service for Rothschild was believed to be held Wednesday in a synagogue in Paris, after which he was interred.
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