Money to burn; what the great American philanthropic foundations do with their money.
By: Coon, Horace.Material type: TextSeries: Essay index reprint series: Publisher: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1972, c1938]Description: vii, 352 p. 22 cm.ISBN: 0836928431; 9780836928433.Subject(s): Endowments -- United StatesDDC classification: 361.7/6/0973
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|HV95 .S745 The state of welfare||HV95 .W45 Welfare in America :||HV95 .W5 1972 Research memorandum on social aspects of relief policies in the depression,||HV97.A3 C6 1972 Money to burn;||HV97.A3 C84 Private money and public service;||HV97.A3 N5 The big foundations||HV97.A3 Z87 The management of American foundations: administration, policies, and social role|