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Money to burn; what the great American philanthropic foundations do with their money, by Horace Coon.


[1st ed.].. London, New York Longmans, Green and Company, 1938.
ISBN 0836928431, 9780836928433

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Subjects Endowments -- United States.
Endowments.
United States.
Series Essay index reprint series.
Description vii, 352 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1938.
Notes Includes index.
Includes index.
Contents chapter 1. Perpetuities and the public -- chapter 2. The foundation idea -- chapter 3. Philanthropy with a purpose: the Rockefeller Foundation -- chapter 4. The science of giving ... and getting: the Carnegie Corporation -- chapter 5. Creating a profession: the Russell Sage Foundation -- chapter 6. Dollars advance science: the role of the foundations in scientific progress -- chapter 7. An endowment for war: the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace -- chapter 8. The promotion of education: the General Education Board -- chapter 9. Pensions and educational standards: the Carnegie Foundation for the Achievement of Teaching -- chapter 10. "Educating" the public -- chapter 11. Public health and private philanthropy -- chapter 12. Where the money comes from -- chapter 13. Who's who in foundations -- chapter 14. The function of foundations.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)537300
(OCoLC)ocm00537300
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Coon, Horace, 1897-1961.
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