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Known autograph occurrences
on collectible certificates
|Financier and steel magnate. Inherited fortune from father Judge Thomas Mellon. Large interests in coal, iron, metals, and banking. Rumored wealthier than J. P. Morgan and J. D. Rockefeller. President Mellon National Bank (1902). Secretary of Treasury under Harding, Coolidge and Hoover (1921-1932). Ambassador Great Britain (1932-1933).|
|Allegheny Valley Street Railway Co||ALL-488-S-50||stockholder|
|Allegheny Valley Street Railway Co||ALL-488-S-50||president|
|The Chartiers Railway Co||CHA-613-S-50||stockholder|
|Consolidated Traction Co||CON-792-S-47||stockholder|
|The Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago & St Louis Railroad Co||PIT-323-S-15||stockholder|
|The Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago & St Louis Railroad Co||PIT-323-S-20||stockholder|
|The Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago & St Louis Railway Co||PIT-324-S-35||stockholder|
|Pittsburgh Virginia & Charleston Railway Co||PIT-889-S-55||stockholder|
|Pittsburgh Virginia & Charleston Railway Co||PIT-889-S-55|
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