The Oberlaender Trust, 1931-1953

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APPENDIX D
DISBURSEMENTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS OF ENDEAVOR 1931 - 1953
1.Individual grants and awards to American citizens for studies and
surveys in German speaking countries
$ 271,251
2.Grants to American institutions of learning on behalf of refugee
scholars from Germany and Austria
317,387
3.Grants in support of the program of the Carl Schurz Memorial
Foundation. (American-German Review, Maintenance of Build-
ing, etc.)
218,888
4.Grants for the acquisition of exhibit material for various public
health museums in the United States
124,543
5.Grants in support of Landis Valley Museum project88,374
6.Grants for the exhibit of German art in the United States, and
of American art in Germany
59,916
7.Grants for publications and distribution of books and scientific
journals
71,125
8.Grams to the Unitarian Service Committee for post-war American
Medical Missions to Germany, and donations of scientific apparatus
to some German universities
99,500
9.Grants to the Free University of Berlin, the Goethehaus in Frank-
furt, and various other cultural re-habilitation projects in post-war
Germany
40,600
10.Grants to representative Germans visiting the United States after
the war for re-orientation and training
7,750
11.Archeology (mainly grants to the German Archeological Institute
in Berlin for projects in Greece)
25,527
12.Administrative Expenses (salaries, fees, custodian and investment
services)
89,412

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