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" Anderson's precious generosity, and it was when reveling in the treasures which he opened to us that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it should be used to establish free libraries, that other poor boys might receive opportunities similar to... "
The Gospel of Wealth, and Other Timely Essays - Página 28
por Andrew Carnegie - 1901 - 305 páginas
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New Outlook, Volumen67

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1901
...My brother and Mr. Phipps, who have been my principal business partners through life, snared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity ; and it was...those for which we were indebted to that noble man. Even this teaching, however, as to how rich men should give is, if anything, less remarkable than what...
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Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society, Volumen7

1902
...treasures which he opened to us that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, it should be used to establish libraries, that other poor boys might receive opportunities...those for which we were indebted to that noble man." •ANDREW CARNEGIE was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, November 25, 1837; came with the family to the...
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The North American Review, Volumen149

1889
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity, and it was when revelling in these treasures that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it...establish and maintain these as municipal institutions, and whenever the people of any town or city voted to accept the provisions of the act, the authorities...
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The Review of Reviews, Volumen12

Albert Shaw - 1895
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity, and it was when reveling in these treasiires that I resolved if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man." It was this belief in the usefulness of the free library as an educative force in the community which...
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The Library, Volumen2

Sir John Young Walker MacAlister, Alfred William Pollard, Ronald Brunlees McKerrow, Sir Frank Chalton Francis - 1890
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity, and it was when revelling in these treasures that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man." Mr. David Geddes, the librarian of the Blackburn Free Library, who died suddenly on 2?nd October last...
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The Review of Reviews, Volumen1

William Thomas Stead - 1890
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity, and it was when revelling in these treasures that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man. Many free libraries have been established in our country, but none that I know of with such wisdom...
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Famous Givers and Their Gifts

Sarah Knowles Bolton - 1896 - 382 páginas
...if ever wealth came to me, that it should be used to establish free libraries, that other poor Ixjys might receive opportunities similar to those for which we were indebted to that noble man." " Uo\v far that little candle throws his beams ! So slimes a good deed in a naughty world." Again Mr....
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Monthly Bulletin

1897
...Allegheny, opened his little library of four hundred books to boys. It was when revelling in those treasures that I resolved if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man. No millionaire will go far wrong in his search for one of the best forms for the use of his surplus...
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The Free Library: Its History and Present Condition

John Joseph Ogle - 1897 - 344 páginas
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity ; and it was when revelling in these treasures that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man." Mr. Carnegie's gifts to British libraries have been confined to his native country. The principal places...
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The Free Library: Its History and Present Condition

John Joseph Ogle - 1897 - 344 páginas
...shared with me Colonel Anderson's precious generosity ; and it was when revelling in these treasures that I resolved, if ever wealth came to me, that it...those for which we were indebted to that noble man." Mr. Carnegie's gifts to British libraries have been confined to his native country. The principal places...
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