Mellon accompanied Frick on trips to Europe in the late 1890s and began acquiring art, with Frick getting him interested in the practice. And as taxable income fell, government revenue 'slumped badly,' nullifying all Mellon's previous efforts to keep the federal budget in surplus and pay off the national debt. It can be inferred that Mr. Frick would have encouraged Andrew to join the Club, which, of course, Mellon did. On her way out, Nora told Andrew, almost as an afterthought, that Grace's husband, Thomas, his friend and a New York corporation lawyer, would be paying him a call. Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory. His mission was to find out the truth of Nora's activities in Paris, in London and on the high seas. “East/West” is a cunningly timed bottle episode. #ResidentEvilShowcase #Capcom #ResidentEvilVillage Mellon did not let the tax trial get him down; he took steps for the building of the National Gallery during this time, handpicking the design and location. The Hermitage collection had originally been assembled by the Empress Catherine the Great, who had acquired pictures from Britain, France, Prussia, and the Netherlands during the second half of the eighteenth century. She arranged to have Mellon give her an allowance of $25,000, giving most of it to Curphey. The solution was to create a second, subsidiary company, so all business, could be dealt with in-house, and in October 1889, Mellon, Frick, and other partners from Fidelity founded the Union Transfer and Trust Company, with Andrew as president and capital of $250,000." The proceedings would vary from high drama or comedy (as when Mellon was rebuked for smoking in the courtroom during a recess) to lengthy discussion of technical and arcane financial questions. Calamita notices him and shoots twice out the window. Does that mean that Satchel has just landed in Oz now? When Philander Knox died, his Senate term was filled out by William A. Andrew Mellon was devoutly loyal to and a strong promoter of the Republican Party. The Twenty-Third Psalm was read by the same minister who had conducted funerals of Dick Mellon and James Ross Mellon only four years before. It declares, “THE FUTURE IS NOW.”. All Rights Reserved. This event provided yet another Johnstown connection for Mellon. As W.L. As they break for a Coke, Calamita arrives. Mellon was Secretary of the Treasury during the stock market crash of 1929, which ushered in the Great Depression. The daughter of Jack & Gerry Lyons, Jackie was born on December 2, 1948, in Kansas City, Kansas. Henry Clay Frick: An Intimate Portrait. Frick even gave Mellon the ability to buy and sell stocks on his behalf while the Frick's went on a European getaway in 1887. ", In regards to Mellon's income, "There are many other examples of such under valuations, which simply signifies that Mellon was so rich that he had no idea precisely how wealthy he was. I have been honored to photograph Collin and Hollie’s wedding and Jax’s newborn photos so documenting this family is a treat and always a blast! THE MELLON MOUNDS. Mellon's sincere thought was to let the downturn work itself out; everything would work itself out on its own. This was a substantial sum, and few East Coast institutions took bigger shares. It was also very carefully drafted, for Mellon was not prepared to make on his offer unless certain conditions were met by FDR and Congress." Trenches were dug and defensive earthworks constructed; they passed close to the Mellon house, behind the orchards. By this time in his life"…as the century neared its end, Andrew Mellon could not have afforded to emulate those East Coast 'robber barons' with their palatial chateaux on New York's Fifth Avenue, their ornamented 'cottages' in Newport, their extravagant parties, their oceangoing yachts, their retinues of servants, and their arranged marriages to impoverished but titled European aristocrats. Rabbi would not have been one of the Mellons.). From the first grayscale frame, it’s clear that were aren’t in Kansas City anymore. On Sundays, he took them to East Liberty Presbyterian Church, on other days to the zoo and the circus, and there were trips to New York and to Atlantic City, which was a rather more wholesome and exclusive seaside resort than it is now. There are still man-eating somethings at the oasis, and the hypothesis is that the Benders linked up with some sort of supernatural power in the desert and became nearly immortal. He’s connected to a medical machine and has a hovering attendant with goggles on, ministering to him with a hypodermic needle. They return to their room, where Rabbi informs Satchel that they’ll be leaving that night as he counts his money. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: December 14, 2014 "But it was very much a Scotch-Irish Presbyterian household, and while Andrew Mellon knew far more comfort and security than most Pittsburghers, the atmosphere was intense and serious, rather than joyful or easy. The "necessary legislation" was passed on March 24, 1937; Mellon's 82nd and last birthday. But after an even more thorough scrutiny of his financial affairs for 1931, these investigators also concluded that there had been nothing irregular about Mellon's tax return.". https://www.geekgirlauthority.com/no-time-to-die-ghostbusters-afterlife-and-more-films-delayed/, -fangirl freakout moment commencing for the ninth time tonight- https://twitter.com/GeekGirlAuth/status/1352404384647438340, Did you miss the Resident Evil showcase event or need a breakdown? In the old days, Andrew and his relatives could do no wrong; but now 'the awe is gone, the worship has ended, the glamor has utterly disappeared.' Kansas: the Koch family – $91.3 billion ... Scots-Irish immigrant Thomas Mellon founded Mellon Bank, the source of the family's wealth, back in 1867. From 1890 onward, Andrew Mellon had responsibility for his father's fortune in real estate, coal lands, mortgages, bonds, and the like; he also had real estate and shares of his own, including holdings in the banks and utility companies he had acquired during the 1880s.". The Death of Andrew Mellon: And everything is in color! There is a LOT to unpack in the latest episode of Fargo, some of which will likely be easier when we see what happens next. In Rabbi’s absence, Satchel discovers a Jack Russel terrier hiding in the wardrobe in his room. Samuel died in 1879, having only paid back $1,000.00 of the loan. To those who shared the president's dislike of bankers and big business, it offered support for FDR's denunciations, and although not sold or reviewed in Pittsburgh, it clearly benefitted from, and added impetus to, a growing hostility to the Mellon's that was developing in their hometown. Their room is assigned based on Rabbi’s political and New Testament leanings, which place them in the west wing. 'I was a depositor in four banks,' one Republican-turned-Democrat Pittsburgher recalled, 'and all went under' I was in bad shape. It was to Mellon Bank that Frick went. They buried their victims in a neighboring orchard, unbeknownst to the townspeople. By George Liebmann and Andrew Balio Not to be outdone by The New York Times‘ 1619 Project, the Mellon Foundation recently announced its appropriation of $250 million for… Tax trial ended in 1936, with no verdict decided. When he wakes alone again in the morning, Satchel takes Rabbit for a walk down the lane to where a man has finished building a cryptic billboard featuring a white man in a suit and hat smiling expectantly in front of a ranch style house. In the early 1870s, still relatively unknown, Frick wanted to expand his coke production, and needed to borrow money to build 50 coke ovens. These loans were formally orchestrated by J.P. Morgan and Company, which mounted an intense effort to involve as many American banks and finance houses as possible, and Andrew Mellon was willing and able to join in. "[During the Treasury years] Both Ailsa and Paul (when he was on vacation from Choate) divided their time between their father's apartment in Washington and their mothers farm on the Hudson. KANSAS HISTORICAL MARKER THE MELLON MOUNDS. He takes Satchel to a quirky (to say the least) boardinghouse, owned by feuding, deaf, elderly sisters. The National Gallery plan was made public on January 3, 1937. "In 1930, Mellon's income after taxes had peaked at $8.8 million; in 1931 it plummeted to $712,511 and in 1932 he reported losses of $1.9 million. Instead of being venerated, the Mellons were now 'terribly unpopular,' it was unsafe for members of the family to appear in public, and things were thrown at Mellon houses and Mellon National Bank. Mellon did not live to see it finished. "The building would be called the National Gallery of Art, it would cost between $8 million and $9 million to construct, and with Mellon's 'priceless art collection' (estimated at $19 million) housed in it, there was every hope that Washington would become 'one of the principle art capitals of the world.'". Happy Birthday to the legendary James Earl Jones, Happy 99th Birthday to the effervescent First Lady, This week's Saturday Morning Webtoons should come, Happy Birthday to the incomparable Carl Weathers a, This week's Woman Crush Wednesday goes to The Expa, WANDAVISION Season Premiere Recap: (S01E01) Episode 1, HIS DARK MATERIALS Recap: (S02E05) The Scholar. The next day, Rabbi goes back to the appliance store and recovers his remaining cash from the brothers at gunpoint. Immediate Family: Daughter of James Caldwell and Jane Matilda Caldwell Wife of Thomas Alexander Mellon, Jr. Satchel tries looking for Rabbi, but a short conversation with the hospital man and a glimpse of the preacher and his mother folding a flag in their underwear (night wear?) Andrew Mellon Goes to College and Enters Manhood: are enough to drive him back into his own room, where he bars the door with a chair and falls asleep again with gun in his hand. Mellon Acres Event Center is an outdoor and barn wedding venue located just outside Lawson, Missouri. I don't like it,' who but Mr. Mellon could do that [author's emphasis]?". "On Easter Sunday morning [1909], she went to church with Grace Chadbourne. Alexander Caldwell, Kansas. Not even having given the widow time to mourn, Andrew demanded the repayment of the rest of the loan. Harry F. Sinclair, who obtained a no-bid lease, was involved in the Teapot-Dome Scandal, leading some to question Mellon's complicity in the scheme. Rabbi retreats to take cover behind his vehicle, and Calamita catches him with a bullet in the arm before he’s in the clear, making it difficult to return fire. In 1929, Mellon undertook the design of a new, smaller dollar bill designed to use less paper that would save the federal government $2 million. A legal separation was agreed in the summer of 1909, preliminary to the dissolution of their marriage, on grounds of desertion, after two further years. https://www.geekgirlauthority.com/the-walking-dead-extended-season-10-trailer-ties-up-loose-ends/, Ginger Gonzaga to Star Opposite Tatiana Maslany in SHE-HULK Jackie Lyons Mellon, a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend passed away peacefully of multiple myeloma, on Friday, November 1, 2013, at St. Luke’s Hospice House in Kansas City, Missouri, surrounded by her loving family and friends. She had, Chadbourne reported, been unhappy for the last two years, and could not continue as she had been doing. Mellon sold the drab house at 5052 Forbes Street and bought a home on Woodland Road. "Thus was the scene set for the infamous 'tax trial' involving Andrew Mellon and the federal government. The immediate catalyst was the major financial crisis in October 1907, which necessitated Andrew's worried return from Paris to Pittsburgh. The rest was stock, most of it held in the great Mellon enterprises…. By this time, his father seems to have overcome his earlier aversion to public education, and Andrew was enrolled in a Pittsburgh school at the corner of Grant and Strawberry Streets. The Mellon's traveled to Paris, but, "After Paul Mellon was born in the summer of 1907, relations between Andrew and Nora went rapidly downhill, though Andrew remained sublimely-or naively-oblivious to this. Mellon's family is awaiting results of an autopsy and toxicology tests being conducted by the Mexican government, Mr. The broad directions he encouraged at the outset, in higher education, the humanities, and the arts, continue today as Foundation grantmaking priorities. Find 1 listings related to Bny Mellon in Kansas City on YP.com. Her tag says her name is Rabbit. (In case you wondered after reading that, like I did, what year “The Mulligan Concern” arrived in Kansas City, it was 1920. He thought such living self-indulgent, wasteful and unpatriotic; he did not like big houses, whether urban or rural; he was wholly uninterested in birds or flowers or trees or landscape; and although he could ride, he was not very good at it, and did not enjoy it. A rescue package was adopted and Mellon was to provide $1 million on the condition that Mellon Bank would take over control. Thomas Mellon disdained the vulgar ostentation which he feared was 'common among those grown suddenly rich,' whom he dismissed as the 'shoddyocracy,' and his house was devoid of the elaborate ornamentation, both inside and out, that would become popular among the local plutocracy in subsequent decades. Rabbi makes his way to the filling station in search of a cupcake or candy bar. I love everything about these images because the bright and bold backdrop perfectly represents this happy and fun family! As for his part in the aftermath of the Johnstown Flood, Mellon gave $1,000 for the relief effort, but, adhering to the Club's official policy, made no public comment about the disaster. Andrew Mellon was an extraordinary judge [just like his father] of entrepreneurial talent, and among the many companies he helped to found and fund were Aluminum Corporation of America (ALCOA), Carborundum, Koppers, and Gulf Oil. #shehulk #tatianamaslany #DisneyPlus "But in September 1933, two agents from the Bureau of Internal Revenue went over Mellon's 1931 return, and recommended that he be given a refund of $7,507.74. The Mellon Plan under President Coolidge: "…shortly before Armistice Day 1923 [November 11], he wrote to William R. Green, acting chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, outlining a 'scientific tax plan,' whose details had been completed by Parker Gilbert before he departed. The ambassador's wife exclaimed: 'How wonderful! Nora met Curphey on a trip to Britain to visit family; Mellon paid him off; and the couple returned to Pittsburgh. But this was mere window dressing. Upon additional investigation, Mellon was informed, his federal income tax arrears had ballooned from $1.3 million to $2,050,068.82 and, correspondingly, the 50 percent penalty had gone up to $1,025,034.41. In 1895, he sold oil operations to Standard Oil; Mellon used profit to invest in Carborundum Company, which made electric generating wire; Mellon became a director. Father and son commuted daily together on the horse car line from East Liberty to downtown which had opened in 1859.". The Simons’ gift completed the match months ahead of … Henry Clay Frick made coke. In June 1904, she threatened to divorce him for conman Alfred Curphey. He had overtaken control of the Overholt Distillery from the Frick family, but part of his job as Secretary was to enforce Prohibition. Mellon never understood why, if Nora had every tangible thing she could ever want, she was so unhappy. He had his father's remains moved there from Allegheny Cemetery. In 1886, he created, along with Henry Clay Frick the Fidelity Title and Trust Company. Crow and, upon his departure, Mellon successfully supported the Senate candidacy of David A. Reed, son of James Reed, South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club member, with the understanding that David would fully support Mellon and his policies. Of this, $12 million was in bonds, $10 million in coal lands, $3.2 million in real estate, $8 million in works of art, $12 million in proprietary accounts, and $11 million in receivables (probably the notes given by Dick when Andrew sold his gold interests). Mellon invested in by-product ovens to make coke, which eliminated beehive ovens with the H. Koppers Company. "In any event, with custody of his children for two-thirds of each year, and responsibility for all the major decisions concerning their welfare, Andrew had his hands full….In the early twentieth century, male millionaires (indeed males in general) were not closely involved with child-rearing, but Mellon's diary from 1912 to 1915 shows that he devoted much effort and thought to the task, spending a great deal of time with Ailsa and Paul and genuinely delighting in their company. This merely made matters worse domestically, as credit became more expensive. As Calamita advances on him, Rabbi tries to grip his gun well enough to shoot. Net worth: $11.5 billion Source of wealth: Mellon Bank The Mellon family fortune originated when Thomas Mellon invested in coal and real estate in the 1860s His sense of isolation may have been intensified when, on Selwyn's death, the Judge closed down his school: having spent two years there, Andrew was sent away, perhaps to escape the diphtheria epidemic. This was not the sort of treatment he had expected five months after ending what he looked back on as a lifetime of patriotic endeavor, financial success, creative entrepreneurship, and public service. "On July 1, 1902, Mellon National Bank came into being, immediately superseding T. Mellon & Sons, as well as absorbing the Pittsburgh National Bank, which had been owned by Frick.". So while Andrew was undoubtedly better educated than his elder brothers, he was less well schooled than his father, who had come to doubt the value and 'circumstance of having a diploma.' He traveled extensively in the 1880s, caring for the family business interests in Kansas, Colorado, Idaho, and Oregon. You don't live here?" However, "Interested in the immaculately dressed man before him, and appreciative of the steady determination of the Overholt family, Mellon agreed to lend Frick $10,000 at 6 percent interest payable in six months for building his ovens." Fortunately, Omie appears behind Calamita and gets him with his last bullet. THE LAST SKYWALKER Pays Tribute to the Ben Solo Legacy, Lynne Ramsay Tapped to Direct THE GIRL WHO LOVED TOM GORDON, This week's GGA Crush of the Week goes to one of W, Happy 75th Birthday to the reigning Queen of Count, Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His wor. Five years later, the Mellon brothers founded the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research as a memorial to their father. Richard Mellon passed away on July 27, 2020 in Ligonier, Pennsylvania. This account was later reprinted in the university's official publications, but there is no evidence that Andrew enrolled in any classes for the academic year 1872-73, and thus nothing to support the claim that he had come close to graduating with the class of 1873. In 1926, charges were brought against Mellon for improprieties in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania. The obituary was featured in Tribune Review on July 29, 2020. The letter charged that during the latter part of 1931, Mellon had sold 10,000 shares in Western Public Service, showing a loss of $1 million, which he had then deducted from his taxable income for that year. The Mellon family ranked among the wealthiest and most prominent industrialists in the United States by the time of Judge Mellon's death in 1908. Mellon turned over all his records, placed his entire staff at their disposal, and practically suspended all other activity while the investigation proceeded. The filling station attendant tells Omie that this is the only place for gas for miles, and that if Calamita hasn’t been through yet, he definitely will. Delano was Roosevelt's uncle on his mother's side, Mellon knew him well as chairman of the National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and he was actively working to ensure the closure of Sixth Street [which Mellon had indicated was necessary to the building of the gallery]. We also open the grounds for engagement photos, senior pictures and local events. In addition to the fellow club member's with whom Andrew had business connections with listed above, he was also a friend of Club member Benjamin Franklin Jones. Three new state historical highway markers recalling the Mellon family’s philanthropy and the Rokeby Stables have been approved by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Home » TV & Streaming » Recaps » FARGO Recap: (S04E09) East/West, Posted by Leona Laurie | Nov 16, 2020 | Recaps, TV & Streaming | 0. "The grand jury was duly seated in Pittsburgh on May 7, 1934, to consider whether there was enough evidence to indict Andrew Mellon for seeking to defraud the federal government by 'willfully, feloniously, fraudulently, and knowingly' filing a false income tax return for 1931." Whenever he is asked a question about himself, Satchel’s response is that he is hungry. Instead, he elected to make his offer through Frederic A. Delano, an ideal intermediary. Mellon treated marriage like any other business transaction. "In November 1936, the prominent physician Worth B. Daniels diagnosed Mellon with cancer. In support of Warren G. Harding for president, Mellon donated $150,000 to the Republican Party and $6,000 to the candidate. A reply was immediately penned by James Francis Burke ('always a good Mellon friend'), but the damage was done. And this was neither an accounting error nor a misinterpretation of the code: 'these transactions,' Olson concluded, had 'accomplished the fraudulent withdrawal of income taxes from the government." In 1900, he entered with Frick in the Crucible Steel Company and the New York Shipbuilding Company in Camden, NJ. It lasted three weeks. Coke and coal are used in the refinement of iron ore and provides a better yield and purer form of iron. Both these blocks of stock, the letter continued had been sold to the Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, a corporation 'under the control of Mr. Mellon and his associates, 'and both had been repurchased by Mellon or Mellon interests after thirty-one days. The episode opens with Omie Sparkman (Corey Hendrix) pulling into a filling station on a desolate road in Kansas. Shortly after they’ve settled, Rabbi leaves Satchel alone with his usual goodbye of, “If I don’t come back, I’m dead or in jail.” He drives into Liberal to see about the money he left behind, only to discover that the feed store was sold at auction and has been converted to an appliance store by a pair of brothers. He further sought a reduction of 25 percent in the tax on earned income (as distinct from investment income), and the repeal of several nuisance taxes that fell disproportionately on those same low-earners. On this spot stood the Mellon Mounds, named for the infamous Mellon family, who lured unsuspecting travelers into their home, fed them and then dispatched them with a hammer. It was further agreed that Andrew and Nora would have joint custody of the children on an equal and alternating basis, several months at a time with either parent, and that Nora would promptly leave for Europe to commence the two-year period required for divorce on the basis of desertion. Diary entry for "Black Thursday," October 24, 1929: "Stock market crash in New York. This was an interesting first "career" choice for young Andrew as both his grandfather, Andrew, and his father, before becoming a judge, were involved in farming. ", Upon their divorce, things could have turned nasty between Andrew and Nora and thus, trickled down to their children, but Andrew refused to let things get this low. Mellon Announces Just Futures Initiative. It would be located on the Mall, the plot bounded by Seventh Street, Constitution Avenue, Fourth Street, and North Mall Drive. Libraries | Hours & locations | Ask. Andrew Mellon Goes to Work: In that time, he helped shape the enduring character and significance of the Foundation. ", "Within one week of Roosevelt's inauguration, before he had even returned from London, Mellon, had learned that the Bureau of Internal Revenue was auditing his 1930 tax return." Mellon was the founder of Donora, PA. Donora is an amalgamation of the name of the founder of Union Steel, William Donner and the name of his wife, Nora. He has a white man in his trunk, an informant who has helped him track Calamita to the Liberal, Kansas, area. James Ross Mellon was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1846, son of Judge of Thomas Mellon who is better known for being the founder of Mellon Bank and patriarch of the wealthy and influential Mellon family. Then, "…rumors were already circulating in Washington that Mellon's return for the following year would also be under official scrutiny. On this spot stood the Mellon Mounds, named for the infamous Mellon family, who lured unsuspecting travelers into their home, fed them and then dispatched them with a hammer. The wall wherein he hid his cash is gone, and he knows with certainty that the brothers found it. RELATED: Keep up with our Fargo Season Four recaps here! Media interest was high throughout, and Roosevelt was kept fully informed by Jackson and Morgenthau." From 1902-1912, during a time of economic downturn that hit Pittsburgh particularly hard, Mellon National Bank grew fivefold-a complete vindication of Andrew's decision to restructure the business. He leaves Satchel in the car with Rabbit while he’s doing this, and the boy is approached by a nervous policeman who prepares to draw his weapon as he asks Satchel to leave the car. He would give away his fortune in approximately equal proportions: for new philanthropic purposes (which would mean the National Gallery of Art) and for familial purposes (which meant Ailsa and Paul and eventually, their descendants), thereby ensuring that at his death, he would be far less wealthy than he had been in his prime.". Albert was born Sept. 25, 1948 in Kansas City, MO to Albert and Betty (Chambers) Mellon. Though there is no documentation to support this, research seems to show that Henry Clay Frick served as an impromptu spokesman and promoter for the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club. He then cautiously looks through a window, where he sees Calamita standing over a wounded Omie, gun drawn. 'Glorious day with children,' is one typical entry. Mellon acquired about 25 paintings for $17 million. . They were subsequently shipped to Knoedler's gallery in New York, and eventually, after cleaning, restoration, and (often reframing), they made their way to Mellon in Washington." "In 1930 and in early 1931, Andrew Mellon's fortune reached its zenith, and he reached the age of seventy-five. She learns something new about herself every time she watches an episode of Wonder Woman. For more information, see our "News & Blog" area. The intervening thoroughfares would be closed off, and the area directly eastward across Fourth Street reserved 'for future additions' and the A.W. The Mellon family ranked among the wealthiest and most prominent industrialists in the United States by the time Judge Mellon’s death in 1908. Learn more . And even some reviews which were more sympathetic to Mellon than to the book could not fail to note how rapidly and how completely his reputation had recently plummeted…Mellon was both enraged and wounded by the book. By this time, Mellon was also chairing the Red Cross War Council appeal in western Pennsylvania, launched with a dinner at which former President Taft spoke. By orchestrating a bold consolidation of Pittsburgh's coal production, he believed he could increase profits. He liked travelling, but the vulgar ostentatious world of the American's Cup of East Coast high society and transatlantic cosmopolitanism, as depicted and dissected by Henry James and Edith Wharton was decidedly not to his taste. Andrew William Mellon was born on March 24, 1855, to Judge Thomas and Sarah Jane (Negley) Mellon; their sixth child, but only the fourth to survive infancy. "Mellon, by late 1926, became the 'architectural czar of Washington,' put in charge of placement of federal buildings in Washington, D.C." It was then that he had the idea for a National Gallery of Art. Enter your email address to receive notifications of new articles by email. As Secretary of the Treasury, Mellon was faced with a double-standard. Ostensibly they were separately managed businesses. And so, with the boldness of one who knows his days are numbered, he decided to broach the subject with the president, whose support would be essential if the scheme was to be realized. The main purpose of the trust had been to administer estates for individuals and corporations, but it was unable to represent both sides in probating a client's will. However, there were two instances when the Civil War touched close to home: "…industrial Pittsburgh would be a target for the Confederate army, and in 1862 and 1863 the threat seemed clear and present; 'our homes and property,' the Judge remembered, 'were at one time in actual destruction by the rebels.' Few western Europeans had visited this place, but accounts of its treasures gradually emerged in guidebooks, catalogues, and newspaper articles. The Mellon banks also subscribed $2.5 million to the $100 million lent to France in April 1917 and $9.5 million to three large loans made to the United Kingdom between August 1916 and January 1917. The Negley family was one of the founding families of Pittsburgh. Mellon had a fear of public speaking, one he never really overcame. 'It is clear,' observed Representative John Nance Garner, one of the Secretary's foremost critics, 'that Mr. Mellon's design is to reduce his own and the taxes of other people.' 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