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GIVEN FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR FOLLOWERS.
BEQUESTS AND DONATIONS TO EDUCATION, RELIGION AND CHARITY
IN MONTHS PRIOR TO APRIL.
Col. John McKee College, Philadelphia, John McKee (b)$2,000,000 Harvard Medical School, J. P. Morgan..
1,000,000 Harvard Medical School, J. D. Rockefeller (*). 1,000,000 Harvard Medical School, subscribed..
571,225 Brown University, R. I., G. L. Littlefield.
500,000 Harvard University, George Smith (d)..
450,000 Barnard College, N. Y., J. D. Rockeieller (*)
250,000 Barnard College, N. Y., subscribed (*).
250,000 Georgia Polytechnic School, Aaron French.
250,000 Harvard Medical School, Arabella D. Huntington. 250,000 Rutgers College, N. J., a friend...
250,000 Syracuse University, N. Y., subscribed.
200,000 Vassar College, N. Y., J. D. Rockefeller (*)
200,000 Free Tech. Inst., Tenn., Mrs. A. S. Webber (b).
150,000 Mass. Inst. of Technology, R. C. Billings (d)..
150,000 Newton Bapt. Theological Sem., Mass., J. D. Rockefeller. 150,000 Sisters of Mercy Seminary, M. V. Hennessy (prop)... 150,000 Columbia University, Gen. H. W. Carpenter.
100,000 Harvard Medical School, James Stillman..
100,000 Princeton University, Stanford Little...
100,000 Syracuse University, N. Y., J. D. Rockefeller.
100,000 Trinity Methodist College, N. C., B. N. Duke (a). 100,000 Wooster University, O., Andrew Carnegie (*)
100,000 Yale University, Mrs. Lura Currier (d)
100,000 Ex-Confederate Soldiers, N. Y., Mrs. S. P. Lees (d)... 60,000 Baptist College, Ia., J. V. Hinchman.
50,000 Columbia University, Mrs. Lura Currier (d)...
50,000 DePauw University, Ind., Chas. and Helen Minshall... 50,000 Grand Rapids Bd. of Educ., Mich., J. D. Witter (d). 50,000 Haverford College, Pa., Mrs. C. Roberts (b).....
50,000 Old Ladies' Rest, Leavenworth, Mrs. W. Small (b). 50,000 Washburn College, Kan., a friend....:
50,000 Ripon College, Wis., Mrs. J. Hiles (d), one-third of $40,000 inc. Yale University, Mrs. J. Hiles (d), one-third of $40,000 income. Jersey City M. E, churches, subscribed..
30,268 Washington and Lee Univ., Va., Mrs. S. P. Lees (d).. 30,000 Armour Institute, Chicago, J. Ogden Armour.
25,000 Central University, Ky., Mrs. S. P. Lees (d).
25,000 Central University, Ky., T. W. Swope (*)
25,000 Christian Home, Sioux City, Ia., a friend.
25,000 Minn. Children's Home Soc., John Martin (*)
25,000 Tuskegee Institute, Va., a friend.
25,000 Buchtel College, Ohio, a friend..
20,000 Bates College, Mass., Mrs. S. A. Edgcomb.
20,000 Elon College, N. C., Mr. Palmer...
20,000 Carroll College, Wis., Ralph Voorhees (a).
20,000 Harvard College Observatory, Mass., anonymous.
20,000 Rutgers College, N. J., Ralph Voorhees.
20,000 St. Mary's Parish, Lynn, Mass., Father Teeling.
20,000 S. P. Lees Institute, Ky., Mrs. S. P. Lees (d).
15,000 Wooster University, O., T. H. Severance (a).
15,000 Ohio Normal University, Lewis Dukes (*)
12,000 Bryn Mawr Alumnæ, Pa., subscribed.
11,456 Lawrence University, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. David Walsh. 10,000 Oberlin College, O., J. H. Fairchild (prop).
10,000 Phi Kappa Psi, W. Va., Mrs. Sarah Cochran.
10,000 Wesleyan College, Me., Mrs. S. A. Edgcomb (d).
10,000 Winona Indust. School, Ind., subscribed...
10,000 M. E. Wom. For. Miss. Soc., Mrs. E. Scofield.
8,000 Carson-Newman, Tenn., subscribed.
6,000 Northwestern College, Minn., James J. Hill (*).
6,000 Y. M. C. A., Springfield, Mass., a friend (prop)..
6,000 St. Ann's Orphanage, Utah, J. Hendricks (prop.), (d). 5,800 Am. Bd. Chris. For. Mis., T. D. Robertson (d)...
5,000 Bangor Theological Sem., Me., Mrs. S. A. Edgcomb (d) 5,000 Central General Hospital, Me., Mrs. S. A. Edgcomb (d) 5,000 Christian College, Mo., W. H. Dulany.
5,000 Christian College, Mo., B. F. Lowry.
5,000 Christian College, Mo., Frank Coop.
5,000 Goodwill Home for Boys, Mrs. S. A. Edgcomb (d). 5,000 Home for Aged Women, Ill., C. W. Post (*).
5,000 Libraries in Grand Rapids, Mich., J. D. Witter (d). 5,000 Rockford College, T. D. Robertson (d).
5,000 Schenectady Free Library, G. T. Hanford (d)
5,000 St. Luke's Episcopal Ch., N. Y., Mrs. Shannon (d)
5,000 St. Vincent's Orphanage, Colo., T. F. Walsh.
5,000 Y. M. C. A., Mass., Mrs. Lura Currier (d)..
5,000 Dom. & For. Miss. Soc'y, Conn., E. H. Woodward (d)
4,000 John Sealy, treas., Galveston, W. R. Hearst, treas..... Amer. Home Miss. Ass'n, T. D. Robertson (d)...
3,000 Chicago Theological Seminary, T. D. Robertson (d).. 3,000 Cong. Home Mission Soc'y, T. D. Robertson (d).
3,000 Cong. Ch., Truro, Ill., Mrs. S. Wrightington (d)....
Rockford City Hospital, T. D. Robertson (d)....
3,000 3,000 2,610 2,610 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 1,550 1,500 1,100 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 648 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500
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