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Andrew William Mellon sometimes A.W., was an American banker, businessman, industrialist, philanthropist, art collector, and politician. From the wealthy Business career - Political career - The Mellon tax trial - Legacy. Andrew Mellon, in full Andrew William Mellon, (born March 24, , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died August 26, , Southampton, New York), American financier, philanthropist, and secretary of the treasury (–32) who reformed the tax structure of the U.S. government. by David Cannadine, Dodge Professor of History, Princeton University and author of a biography of Andrew Mellon, Mellon: An American Life (Knopf, ).
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26 Oct OF ALL America's great men, Andrew Mellon is arguably the least-known and most under-appreciated. Yet the life of this banking tycoon. 1 Dec Rarely do spectacular entrepreneurs leave their realm of business for the political arena. One exception is Andrew Mellon, the third-wealthiest. 6 May From to , Andrew William Mellon served Presidents Harding, Coolidge , and Hoover as Treasury secretary. Only two other individuals. Both of Andrew Mellon's children continued in their father's tradition of art patronage. Paul served as one of the original trustees of the National Gallery.