Robert W. Woolley
|Robert Wickliffe Woolley|
April 29, 1871|
|Died||December 15, 1958(aged 87)|
Robert Wickliffe Woolley (April 29, 1871 – December 15, 1958) an American Democratic politician from Washington D.C.. He was Director of the United States Mint from 1915 to 1916, and a member of the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1920. He was a critic of American fuel consumption.
He was born on April 29, 1871 in Lexington, Kentucky to Franklin Waters Woolley (1845-1891) and Lucy McCaw (1844-1905)
He married Marguerite Holmes Trenholm Woolley (1878-1936) and had three children.
He died on December 15, 1958.
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- Woolley, Robert W. "What Fuel Conservation Means to America" 1920, as published in American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1920.
- "Captain Robb Told His Parents Of Wedding Plans a Month Ago". New York Times. September 11, 1967. Retrieved 2014-08-07.
The captain's maternal grandfather was Robert Wickliffe Woolley; director of the United States Mint from March, 1915, to February, 1916, who died in 1958.
- "Statement, in Times April 23, Putting 'Balanced Budget' First, Cited by R.W. Woolley". New York Times. Retrieved 2014-08-07.
... in a letter written by Robert W. Woolley, former member of the Interstate Commerce Commission, to George R. Hunt of Lexington, Ky.
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