Robert W. Woolley

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Mint Director Robert W. Woolley

Robert Wickliffe Woolley (April 29, 1871 – December 15, 1958)[1][2] an American Democratic politician from Washington D.C., and member of the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1920, was an early critic of American fuel consumption.[3]

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  3. ^ Woolley, Robert W. "What Fuel Conservation Means to America" 1920, as published in American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1920.
Government offices
Preceded by
George E. Roberts
Director of the United States Mint
March 1915 – July 1916
Succeeded by
Friedrich Johannes Hugo von Engelken