Music: Turn Tiddily Tycoon

Things generally known about William Hartman Woodin of Manhattan: He is president of American Car & Foundry Co., largest, most potent railway equipment plant in the world; board chairman of American Locomotive Co.; a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and of 18 corporations. He was one of the potent Wet Republicans who marched to the aid of Alfred Emanuel Smith in 1928. He has been a decorative member of the Mayor's committee for the entertainment of distinguished visitors. His collection of U. S. gold pieces is the finest there...

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