Andrew Mellon

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United States financier and philanthropist (1855-1937)

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Twins Jackie Voskamp and Joyce Kriesmer, 86, met King Salman at the stately Andrew Mellon Auditorium in the US capital Washington, one day after the monarch's meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House.
The Republicans' victory in the 1920 election put Andrew Mellon in at the Treasury, which, despite the recession, maintained a 7% discount rate.
Roosevelt by minority but highly influential corporate groups including the likes of the Pitcairn family, Andrew Mellon Associates, Rockefeller Associates, General Motors' top brass, the V.
The brilliant Chris Andrew Mellon gives a scene-stealing performance as Otto Stenzl - who is forced to sell his club after hiding his Jewish ancestry.
Hemp conspiracists blame Andrew Mellon and the Dupont family for making it illegal to grow hemp under the Hoover Administration, banning it as a competitive threat more than a drug threat.
In his 1932 Republican nomination acceptance speech, he bragged about how he ignored the "liquidationist" advice of Andrew Mellon and pursued government stimulus.
She will be honoured by the International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF) with their "Good Steward" Award on 18 September 18 at ICCF's 2013 US Congressional International Conservation Gala at the Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC.
The company handled the sale by the Soviet Government of major paintings from the State Hermitage Museum in 1929, selling many to Andrew Mellon who then gave them to the National Gallery of Art.
Rockefeller and Andrew Mellon were all considered robber barons.
The Macedonian language and identity exist and are known to the entire world, except for few people who are not aware that we live in the 21st and not the 19th Century, stated Victor Friedman, professor at the University Andrew Mellon in Chicago.
Prospero Ralph Fiennes Trinculo Nicholas Lyndhurst Stephano Clive Wood Caliban Giles Terera Miranda Elisabeth Hopper Ariel Tom Byam Shaw With: Michael Benz, Steven Butler, Jim Creighton, Eke Chukwu, Meline Danielewicz, Ian Drysdale, Gisele Edwards, Hayley Ellenbrook, Grahame Fox, Charlie Hamblett, Andrew Jarvis, Chris Andrew Mellon, Itxaso Moreno, David Poynor, Jamie Reid-Quarrell, James Simmons, Julian Wadham.
BIGGA chairman Andrew Mellon said: "Jim is a confident, energetic and determined golf industry professional, with a track record of driving and implementing commercial and operational strategies, delivering successful and financially secure events and leading and motivating teams of staff."
Andrew Mellon, the United States Treasury Secretary at the time, talked about liquidating workers, farmers, stocks, and real estate in order "to purge the rottenness out of the system." In Britain back then, Philip Snowden, a small man with a narrow, pinched face, who needed a cane to walk, seemed to want to remake the British economy in his physical image.
But the certainty that matters would have been much worse under a hands-off approach to the financial sector, la Republican Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon in 1930-1931, is not concrete enough to alter public perceptions.