Charters of Philanthropies: A Study of Selected Trust Instruments, Charters, By-Laws and Court Decisions

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THE CARNEGIE FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF TEACHING


CHARTERS OF
PHILANTHROPIES

A Study of Selected Trust Instruments, Charters,
By-Laws, and Court Decisions

BY M. M. CHAMBERS
Director, Foreign Universities
Project of the
American Council on Education

WITH A FOREWORD
BY EDWARD C. ELLIOTT President-emeritus, Purdue University

NEW YORK CITY 522 FIFTH AVENUE 1948

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Part One Introduction 1
  • I- The Role of Philanthropy 1
  • III- The Structure of the Governing Boards 16
  • IV- Powers and Limitations of The Governing Boards 31
  • V- Relationships with Public Authorities 42
  • Part Two Exhibits 67
  • I- The Buhl Foundation 67
  • 2- Carnegie Corporation of New York 73
  • 3- The Carnegie Foundation for The Advancement of Teaching 81
  • 4- The Commonwealth Fund 93
  • 5- The Maurice and Laura Falk Foundation 102
  • Farm Foundation 108
  • 7- The Field Foundation, Inc. 121
  • 8- The Ford Foundation 133
  • 9- John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 137
  • 10- Charles Hayden Foundation 149
  • II- Juilliard Musical Foundation 152
  • 12- W. K. Kellogg Foundation 157
  • 13- The Menninger Foundation 176
  • 14- Milbank Memorial Fund 183
  • 15- The Rockefeller Foundation 189
  • 16- Russell Sage Foundation 206
  • 17- The Twentieth Century Fund 214
  • Table of Cases 235
  • Bibliography 241
  • Index 245
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