|Statement||by George P. Morrill.|
|Contributions||Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.)|
|LC Classifications||CT275.A734 M67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 204 p.|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||72146976|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morrill, George P., Multimillionaire straphanger. Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University Press . Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month 7 results for George P. Morrill The Multimillionaire Straphanger: A Life of John Emory Andrus. Jones and Jasper also brought a copy of George P. Morrill’s The Multimillionaire Straphanger: A Life of John Emory Andrus, published in by Wesleyan University Press. Morrill’s biography tells how the unassuming and hard-working son of a devout but impoverished Methodist minister who rode the subway built his massive wealth, including. (Surdna is Andrus spelled backwards.) The son of a Methodist minister, Andrus was a conservative businessman, mayor of Yonkers, New York, and a Republican U.S. congressman. He was known as “the multimillionaire straphanger” because he used cheap public transportation. He .
(Surdna is Andrus spelled backwards.) The son of a Methodist minister, Andrus was a conservative businessman, mayor of Yonkers, New York, and a Republican U.S. congressman. He was known as “the multimillionaire straphanger” because he used cheap public transportation. He had nine kids and died in Google Books The Multimillionaire Straphanger: A Life of John Emory Andrus By George P. Morrill Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press Pg. The Burns clique snorted oh sure, Mr. Andrus was reported to throw quarter tips around like manhole covers. Google Books Newsweek Vol Issues Pg. The Straphanger. BIG-CITY CHARACTERS. Where else can you find a multimillionaire and a homeless person sharing a train ride? In New York, both Wall Street titans and the most unfortunate residents. Doorman 82 Hot Dog Vendor 83 Crazy Cabbie 84 Corporate Mom 85 The Straphanger 86 Seventh Avenue Fashion Model 88 Downtown Artist 89 Do-Rag Guy .
George P. Morrill, author of The Multimillionaire Straphanger, a biography of Andrus, describes SF's founder as “the complete laizzez faire businessman” who “believed in simple capitalism all his life.” Politically, Andrus was a moderate, and his philanthropy was not at all political in nature. Susan Mallery is a Romance author, and holds a bachelor's degree in accounting and a master's degree in Writing Popular Fiction. She is a New York Times bestselling author who has written over 80 books, including: the Marcelli Sisters Trilogy, the Desert Rogues Series and the Fool's Gold Series/5(3). The multimillionaire straphanger; a life of John Emory Andrus: Music and cinema: Oh, say!: Otto Künzli: Old world archaeology newsletter: The population explosion; alumni-faculty seminar, June The Precarious: the art and poetry of Cecilia Vicuña: The prints of Richard Hamilton. He was known as The Multimillionaire Straphanger, because he insisted on riding the trolley to work in New York City. Also, as a lover of books, George served for 30 years on the board of the Brainerd Memorial Library in Haddam and was an important supporter of its expansion.