William Alexander Julian

William Alexander Julian (also known as W.A. Julian, August 6, 1870 - May 29, 1949) served as the 28th Treasurer of the United States from June 1, 1933 - May 29, 1949 under Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman. He is currently the last male to hold that position. He died in a car crash in Bethesda, Maryland.

Julian was the first president of the First National Bank of Bethel, Ohio. Julian ran as a candidate for U.S. Senator from Ohio in 1920 and was a delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Ohio in 1924, 1932, 1940 and 1948.

Preceded by
W.O. Woods
Treasurer of the United States
1933-1949
Succeeded by
Georgia Neese Clark
Treasurers of the United States
  • Hillegas
  • Meredith
  • Tucker
  • Wm Clark
  • Campbell
  • Selden
  • Sloane
  • Casey
  • Price
  • Spinner
  • New
  • Wyman
  • Gilfillan
  • Wyman
  • Jordan
  • Hyatt
  • Huston
  • Nebecker
  • Morgan
  • Roberts
  • Treat
  • McClung
  • Thompson
  • Burke
  • White
  • Tate
  • Woods
  • Julian
  • G Clark
  • Priest
  • Smith
  • Granahan
  • Kabis (Elston)
  • Bañuelos
  • Neff
  • Morton
  • Buchanan
  • Ortega
  • Villalpando
  • Withrow
  • Marin
  • Cabral
  • Rios
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Name Julian, William Alexander
Alternative names Julian, W.A.
Short description 28th Treasurer of the United States, 1933-1949
Date of birth August 6, 1870
Place of birth
Date of death May 29, 1949
Place of death Bethesda, Maryland

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