Fund raising in the United States : its role in America's philanthropy / by Scott M. Cutlip. Foreword by Merle Curti.

Author
Cutlip, Scott M. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [1965]
Description
xiv, 553 pages illustrations 25 cm

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Subject(s)
Writer of foreword
Medium/​Support
8vo. rdabf
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. 541-546.
Contents
  • Fund Raising before 1900
  • From Wholesale to Retail Philanthropy: 1900-1907
  • The Whirlwind Campaign Reaps Millions: 1908-917
  • World War I and the Big Drive
  • Fund Raising Becomes a Business
  • The 1920s: Exit Charity, Enter Popular Philanthropy
  • The 1920s: Cash for Colleges and Cathedrals
  • Fund Raising in the Depression
  • FDR, Polio, and the March of Dimes
  • Fund Raising in World War II
  • The Cheats in Fund Raising
  • The Post War Years: Fabulous Dimensions.
LCCN
64008261
OCLC
263164
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