MELLON, ANDREW W.
ANDREW W. MELLON (1855-1937). Mellon was a Pittsburgh banker and industrial visionary who was almost solely responsible for the aluminum and coke industries. He was heavily involved in the founding of several large industrial enterprises whose names are today recognized world-wide. President Harding appointed him Treasury Secretary when he was one of the world's wealthiest men, and stayed on through the Coolidge Administration.