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Thomas Mellon and his times

by Thomas Mellon

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Published by Kraus Reprint Co. in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination648, viii p., [4] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages648
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24728615M
OCLC/WorldCa339498

Buy Thomas Mellon and His Times (Calvin Centre) New Ed by Thomas Mellon, David McCullough, Mary L. Briscoe, Paul Mellon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(8).   Thomas Mellon and His Times, p. 1. A THRIVING CAREER. Andrew Mellon was the sixth child of Thomas and Sarah Jane Mellon, but he was only the fourth to survive infancy. His two sisters were already dead, and although he would not long remain the youngest son, he grew up among brothers only, in what Burton Hendrick called a "eugenic" : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.

  Book for sale, "T. Mellon and his times" By Larry Kirklen Aug at I have a original copy of the above book that I bought in an antique store. copyright is On the inside cover is "Presented by the author to his cousin Eliza Marker Jan 1 " This is a volume entitled T. Mellon and His Times. Size: 9 1/2"h., 6"w. Their excellent book entitled The Near-Death Experience: A Reader, published by Routledge, New York, in , is highly recommended by the webmaster. A portion of his near-death experience also appears in P.M.H. Atwater's book, Beyond the Light. Atwater is the one who introduced Benedict to the near-death community.

Thomas Mellon passed away in Stillwater, New York. Funeral Home Services for Thomas are being provided by DeVito-Salvadore Funeral Home, Inc.. The obituary was featured in The Daily Gazette Co. on Born: The economic policies that were practiced by Carnegie, Frick, and especially Andrew Mellon, were essentially discredited after the stock market crash of (*)Mellon, Judge Thomas. Thomas Mellon and his Times. Pittsburgh: Upitt, A reprint edition. Mellon wrote this with the impression that it would not leave the family circle.


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Until the University of Pittsburgh Press edition, Thomas Mellon and His Times has been virtually unobtainable. Born in Ulster with a Scotch-Irish heritage, Thomas Mellon immigrated to the United States in at the age of five.

He was raised by his parents on a small, hilly farm at Poverty Point, about twenty miles east of by: 2. Thomas Mellon was an anomaly among the great American capitalists of his time. Highly literate and intelligent, astute and deadly honest about his own life and financial success, and an excellent narrative writer with a chilly but genuine sense of humor, he wrote a perspective and self-revealing book that remains to this day a major.

Publicly available for the first time, Pittsburgh entrepreneur, judge, and banker Thomas Mellons autobiography includes maps and rarely seen photographs. The preface by his grandson Paul Mellon and the foreword by David McCullough, along with the introduction, notes, and afterword by University of Pittsburgh professor Mary Briscoe, provide a /5.

Thomas Alexander Mellon (February 3, – February 3, ) was an American entrepreneur, lawyer, and judge, best known as the founder of Mellon Bank and patriarch of the Mellon family of Pittsburgh. 3 Family and personal life. 5 Further reading.

6 External links. Mellon was born to farmers Andrew Mellon and Rebecca Wauchob on February 3 Alma mater: University of Pittsburgh. Get this from a library. Thomas Mellon and his times. [Thomas Mellon; Mary Louise Briscoe] -- The autobiography of the entrepreneur and banker, written exclusively for his family with "nothing which it concerns the public to know.".

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A vastly engrossing Thomas Mellon and his times book rags-to-riches autobiography by the somewhat priggish, but shrewd and observant, founder of the Mellon family fortune. Thomas Mellon () wrote this memoir solely as a ``memento of affection'' for his descendants, anticipating ``that it will not be for sale in bookstores, nor any new edition published.'' Mellon was born in Ireland to Author: Thomas Mellon.

From this spontaneous decision flowed his later success as a judge, banker, and capitolist who caught the exhilarating tide of the American economy in the second half of the nineteenth this new edition of the book, Paul Mellon, Thomas Mellon's grandson, has written a preface, and David McCullough, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for.

InThomas Mellon published his autobiography in a limited edition exclusively for his family, warning them that it contained "nothing which it concerns the public to know, and much which if writing for it I would have omitted".

Mellon was an anomaly among the great American entrepreneurs of his time. Highly literate and an excellent narrative writer, he was deadly. Thomas Mellon and His Times Author Thomas Mellon Illustrator ILLUSTRATED Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Near Fine Jacket condition Near Fine Quantity available 1 Edition 2nd Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PRESS Place of Publication PITTSBURGH, PA Date published Bookseller catalogsBook Edition: 2nd Edition.

InThomas Mellon published his autobiography in a limited edition exclusively for his family, warning them that it contained "nothing which it concerns the public to know, and much which if writing for it I would have omitted." Mellon was an anomaly among the great American entrepreneurs of his time.

Highly literate and an excellent narrative writer, he was deadly. Publicly available for the first time, Pittsburgh entrepreneur, judge, and banker Thomas Mellon’s autobiography includes maps and rarely seen photographs.&#; The preface by his grandson Paul Mellon and the foreword by David McCullough, along with the introduction, notes, and afterword Author: Thomas Mellon.

Publicly available for the first time, Pittsburgh entrepreneur, judge, and banker Thomas Mellon's autobiography includes maps and rarely seen photographs. The preface by his grandson Paul Mellon and the foreword by David McCullough, along with the introduction, notes, and afterword by University of Pittsburgh professor Mary Briscoe, provide a.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mellon, Thomas, Thomas Mellon and his times. New York: Kraus Reprint Co., (OCoLC) Until the University of Pittsburgh Press edition, Thomas Mellon and His Times has been virtually unobtainable.

Born in Ulster with a Scotch-Irish heritage, Thomas Mellon immigrated to the United States in at the age of five. He was raised by his parents on a small, hilly farm at Poverty Point, about twenty miles east of Pittsburgh.

Thomas Mellon is the author of Thomas Mellon And His Times ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 1 review, published ), Thomas Mellon & His Times ( avg r /5. Thomas Mallon’s appealing seventh novel opens in at the newly established American Embassy in Tallinn, Estonia, where Fuller, at 66, is the deputy chief of mission.

Pitt English professor Mary L. Briscoe, who edited the University Press edition of "Thomas Mellon and His Times," points out in her introduction to the book that byone generation after Thomas Mellon's death, the Mellons had become one of the four wealthiest families in the United States, along with the Rockefellers, DuPonts and Fords.

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Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN Pages: Thomas Mellon And His Times [Thomas Mellon]. Inat the age of seventy-two and “in the evening of life,” Thomas Mellon published his autobiography in a limited edition exclusively for his family.

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