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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

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
HV 97 .A3 C6 1938 Off-site
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HV97.A3 C6 Available Request
Lauinger stacks
HV97.A3 C6 1972 Available Request
Subjects Endowments -- United States.
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
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Coon, Horace, 1897-1961.
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