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  2. Richard King Mellon Foundation announces office move to Strip ...

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    January 27, 2023, 3:18 PM · 2 min read. The Richard King Mellon Foundation is moving out of the downtown building that shares part of its name to take the second-floor auction house space at the Strip District Terminal, according to an announcement. With its lease at BNY Mellon Center set to expire next year, the foundation inked a deal with ...

  3. 12 Beautiful Portrait Locations in Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh ...

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    Mellon Park. Mellon Park is best known for the beautiful Walled Garden that was part of the grounds of the once largest mansion in Pittsburgh. Richard B. Mellon’s mansion is believed to have had 60-65 rooms, the caretaker of 10 years said he never counted the rooms to know the exact number! After the Mellon’s passed away the mansion became ...

  4. PGH Famous People | Steel City Media

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    Richard B. Mellon – banker, philanthropist. Thomas Mellon – founded Mellon Financial. David Tepper – businessman, hedge fund manager, philanthropist, and owner of the Carolina Panthers. William Thaw – 19th-century banker. Technology and Communications; William Bullock – printing press innovator. Charlie Cheever – co-founder of Quora

  5. Richard Mellon on Twitter: "@MLBNetwork Nobody pitching a ...

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    “@MLBNetwork Nobody pitching a mere f60 innings per season, regardless of how well they do, belongs in the HOF. That's an average of 2-3 IP per week. Yes, part-time players are an important part of team success, but that doesn't mean they ought to be Cooperstown bound.”

  6. BNY Mellon - Wikipedia

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    Mellon Financial was founded as T. Mellon & Sons' Bank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1869 by retired judge Thomas Mellon and his sons Andrew W. Mellon and Richard B. Mellon. The bank invested in and helped found numerous industrial firms in the late 1800s and early 1900s including Alcoa, Westinghouse, Gulf Oil, General Motors and Bethlehem Steel.

  7. ORR Partners with the Richard King Mellon Foundation

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    About the Richard King Mellon Foundation: Founded in 1947, the Richard King Mellon Foundation is the largest foundation in Southwestern Pennsylvania, and one of the 50 largest in the world. The Foundation’s 2021 year-end net assets were $3.4 billion, and its Trustees in 2021 disbursed $152 million in grants and program-related investments.

  8. The Richest of the Rich Multiple Choice Quiz | Mixed People ...

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    Andrew W. Mellon. 7. The richest automotive mogul in history, this man was worth $188.1 billion at age 57 due to his success implementing the assembly line in his factories. From 1908 to 1926, he sold mostly only one car model, but it was so popular that by 1918 half of all American cars were that one model.

  9. Richard E. Byrd | American explorer | Britannica

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    Richard E. Byrd, in full Richard Evelyn Byrd, (born October 25, 1888, Winchester, Virginia, U.S.—died March 11, 1957, Boston, Massachusetts), U.S. naval officer, pioneer aviator, and polar explorer best known for his explorations of Antarctica using airplanes and other modern technical resources. After graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1912, Byrd was commissioned an ensign in the U.S ...

  10. Richard Mellon Scaife's sins live on... – The Moderate Voice

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    Richard Mellon Scaife only seemed capable of getting some “respect” because he could afford to pay for it. Andrew Mellon made the money and used it to help build some of the institutions of ...

  11. Richard Nason was elected a Deputy to the General Court in 1656, but was not allowed to sit and the town was censured for choosing him.1. Richard Nason was rejected as Selectman in 1669.1. Richard Nason was charged with being abusive toward officers in 1678.1. In 1694, Richard Nason deeded the homestead to sons Benjamin and Baker.1