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Carnegie Corporation of New York records, circa 1872-2015

Series VII: Carnegiana, circa 1898-2010

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Subseries VII.A: CCNY Carnegie Files

Box VII.1 Folder 1 Articles re, list of contents, 1917-1998

(See also IX.Oversize)

Box VII.1 Folder 2 Balance sheet, 1905

Box VII.1 Folder 3 Biographies - Kendrick, Burton. The life of Andrew Carnegie, 1925-1989

Box VII.1 Folder 4 Biographies - Wall, Joseph F. Andrew Carnegie, 1950-1997

Box VII.1 Folder 5 Biographies - Film and TV treatments, 1932-1995

Box VII.1 Folder 6 Biographies - Proposed book, 1961-1964

Box VII.1 Folder 7 Birthplace memorial, 1928-1953

Box VII.1 Folder 8 Bookplates, 1902-1922

Box VII.1 Folder 9 Bust and pedestal, 1926-1961

Box VII.1 Folder 10-12 Carnegie, Louise W., 1905-1945

Box VII.2 Folder 1 Carnegie, Louise W., 1946-1968

Box VII.2 Folder 2-11 Carnegie House Property, 1928-1971

Box VII.3 Folder 1 Carnegie Name, use of, 1921-1997

Box VII.3 Folder 2 Carnegie Relief Fund, 1902-1941

Box VII.3 Folder 3 Carnegie family and property, correspondence of Carnegie Corporation, 1910-1941

Box VII.3 Folder 4 Carnegie family - Naturalization documents (copy of 1854 documents), 1921

Box VII.3 Folder 5 Clock, 1989

Box VII.3 Folder 6 Carnegie Corporation - Establishing, 1909-1931

Box VII.3 Folder 7 Denominational Colleges, 1910

Box VII.3 Folder 8 Exhibit Material, 1940

Box VII.3 Folder 9 Hall of Fame for Great Americans, 1945-1976

Box VII.3 Folder 10 Haldane book, 1913

Box VII.3 Folder 11 Letters, photostatic copies of, 1907-1908, 1907-1908

Box VII.3 Folder 12 Libraries, fire insurance for, 1898

Box VII.3 Folder 13 Pamphlet, biographical, 1952-1970

Box VII.3 Folder 14 Phonograph recording of AC reading from Gospel of Wealth, 1936-1974

contains actual record

Box VII.3 Folder 15 Photographs, re, 1960-1987

Box VII.3 Folder 16 Portraits - By Mora, 1934-1985

color photo included

Box VII.3 Folder 17 Portraits - Others, 1911-1974

Box VII.3 Folder 18 Power of attorney, from AC to R.A. Franks, 1901

Box VII.3 Folder 19 Ex-Presidents' Pensions, 1912-1958

Box VII.3 Folder 20 Stamp and postcard, 1960-1985

Box VII.3A Folder 1-2 Carnegie Trusts and Institutions pamphlet, 1978-1987

Box VII.3A Folder 3 First Pipe Organ, re:, 1935

Box VII.3A Folder 4 Goodenough, Simon: Greatest Good Fortune, 1982-1985

Box VII.3A Folder 5 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1904-1914

Box VII.3A Folder 6 Stevenson, William Marshall, biographical sketch of AC, 1902

Box VII.3A Folder 7 Testimony before Commission of Industrial Relations, 1915

Box VII.3A Folder 8 Trust funds statement, 1916

Box VII.3A Folder 9 Wanamaker-Carnegie correspondence, 1904

Box VII.3A Folder 10 Will & early drafts, 1911-1938

Box VII.3A Folder 11 Writings, uniform edition of, 1930-1978

Box VII.3A Folder 12 Grave, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Tarrytown, NY, 2004-2010

Subseries VII.B: Printed Material

Section: By Andrew Carnegie

Box 4 Folder 1 An address delivered on the opening of the new Engineering Building of the University of Edinburgh 16th October 1906. Dunfermline: Journal Printing Works, 1906.

Box 4 Folder 2 The aristocracy of the dollar. Remarks of AC before the Nineteenth Century Club. [1880s]

Box 4 Folder 3 Armaments and their results. NY: Society of the City of New York, 1909.

Box 4 Folder 4 Drifting together. Will the United States and Canada unite? Written by request for the London Express. October 14, 1904. NY: The World's Work Press.

Box 4 Folder 5 Ezra Cornell. An address to the students of Cornell University on Ezra Cornell Centennial Day, April 26t, 1907. NY: M.J. Roth, [1907].

Box 4 Folder 6-7 The Gospel of Wealth

Box 4 Folder 8 How I served my apprenticeship as a business man. Reprinted for te Youth's Companion, April 23, 1896.

Box 4 Folder 9 How to win fortune.

Box 4 Folder 10 The latest panacea.

Box 4 Folder 11 Mr. Carngie's testimony before United States Commission on Industrial Relations, Feb 5, 1915. Reprint from New York Herald, Feb 6, 1915.

Box 4 Folder 12 Mr. Carnegie writes a letter. Reprinted from the Saturday Review of Literature, June 1, 1946. Reprinted Jan 1947.

Box 4 Folder 13 My experience with railway rates and rebates. Reprinted from the Century Magazine, March 1908. NY: M.J. Roth, [1908].

Box 4 Folder 14 The negro in America. An address delivered before the Philosopical Institution of Edinburgh, 16th Oct 1907. Inverness: Robt.Carruthers & Sons, [1907].

Box 4 Folder 15 The palace of peace. An address (slightly revised) delivered at the Hague, Aug 29, 1913, on the occasion of presenting the bust of Sir Randal Cremer to the Palace of Peace.

Box 4 Folder 16 Peace by arbitration: a discussion between Andrew Carnegie and the Editor of the New York Tribune. NY: Robert Grier Cooke, 1907.

Box 4 Folder 17 Presidential address. Reprinted from the Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, No. I, for 1903. London: Offices of the Institute, [1903].

Volume 1 An American four-in-hand in Britain. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Volume 2 The autobiography of Andrew Carnegie. Popular Edition. NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1920.

Volume 3 The autobiography of Andrew Carnegie.; Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1948.

Volume 4 The autobiography of Andrew Carnegie; Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Volume 5 Carnegie Anthology. Arranged by Margaret Barclary Wilson. NY: Privately Printed, 1915.

Volume 6 The empire of business. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Volume 7 James Watt. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Volume 7-8 Miscellaneous writings of Andrew Carnegie. (2 vols). Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Volume 10 Problems of today. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Box 4 Folder 18 A rectorial Address. Delivered to the students in the University of St. Andrews 22nd October, 1902. NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1903.

Volume 11 Round the world. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

The road to business success. Digest of an address.

Volume 12 Triumphant democracy. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933.

Box 4 Folder 20 The twin eveils - alcohol and tobacco. NY: National Temperance Society, [1905].

Box 4 Folder 21 War as the mother of valor and civilization. NY: The Peace Society of the City of New York, 1910.

Box 4 Folder 22 William II, German Emperor and King of Prussia. Reprinted from The New York Times of 8th June 1913. Dunfermline: A. Romanes & Son, Press Office, 1913.

Box 4 Folder 23 The worst banking system in thew world. An address delivered before the Economic Club of New York, Feb 5, 1908.

Section: About Andrew Carnegie

Box 4 Folder 24 Andrew Carnegie: benefactor of Baltimore. Baltimore: Enoch Pratt Free Library, 1941.

Volume 13 Bates, David Homer. Andrew Carnegie: founder of the United States Military Telegraph Corps. An appreciation. 1917.

Box 4 Folder 25 Butler, Nicholas Murray. Andrew Carnegie, 1835-1935. NY: Carnegie Endowment of International Peace, [1935].

Box 4 Folder 26 Carnegie Corporation of New York. Andrew Carnegie. NY: CCNY, 1952.

Box 4 Folder 27 Dedication of memorial window to Andrew Carnegie of Skibo. Aberdeen: The University Press, 1924.

Box 4 Folder 28 Dunfermline Abbey. Order of divine service to be observed at the dedication of chime of bells in memory of Andrew Carnegie. 19 September 1938.

Box 4 Folder 29 Farquharson, John. He was a weaver's lad. NY, 1920.

Box 4 Folder 30 Goormaghtigh, John. Andrew Carnegie, roi de l'acier. Extrait de la revue generale belge (aout 1955). Bruxelles: Ad. Goemaere, 1955.

Volume 14 Heilbroner, Robert L. Epitaph for the steel master. In American Heritage (NY, NY), August 1960.

Box 4 Folder 32 Hendrick, Burton J. The benefactions of Andrew Carnegie. NY: CCNY, 1935.

Volume 15 Hendrick, Burton J. and Daniel Henderson. Louise Whitfield Carnegie. NY: Hastings House, 1950.

Volume 16-17 Hendrick, Burton J. The life of Andrew Carnegie (2 vols). Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1932.

Box 4 Folder 31 Group News. May-June 1955. Newport, Mon: R.H. Johns Ltd. (3 issues)

Box 4 Folder 33 In memory of Andrew Carnegie, his life and work. A meeting held under the auspices of the Authors Club, New York Public Library, Oratorio Society, Saint Andrew Society, United Engineering Society. New York, April 25, 1920. NY: The Marchbanks Press, [1920].

Box 4 Folder 34 Johnson, Alvin. Andrew Carnegie, educator. Reprinted from Journal of Adult Education, Jan 1936. NY: CCNY.

Box 4 Folder 35 Johnson, Jospeh E. and Bernard Bush. Andrew Carnegie: apostle of peace. NY: CEIP, 1960.

Box 4 Folder 36 Lechartier, Georges. Andrew Carnegie: l'homme et l'oeuvre. Paris: L. de Soye, Impr., 1925.

Volume 18 Malone, Mary. Andrew Carnegie: giant of industry. Chapaign, Illinois: Garrard, 1969.

Box 4 Folder 37 Memorial service in honor of Andrew Carnegie on his birthday Tuesday, November 25 1919. Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh: The De Vinne Press, [1919].

Box 4 Folder 38 Moore, Isabel. Andrew Carnegie. NY: CCNY.

Box 4 Folder 35 Ormiston, J.W. Andrew Carnegie. Makers of history series no. 8. Exeter: A. Wheaton & Company, 1936.

Box 4 Folder 36 Poynton, John A. A millionarie's mail bag. NY: Vechten Waring Co., 1915.

Volume 19 Wall, Joseph Frazier. Andrew Carnegie. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburg Press, 1989.

Volume 20 Wall, Joseph Frazier. Skibo. NY: Oxford University Press, 1984.

Volume 21 Winkler, John K. Incredible Carnegie: the life of Andrew Carnegie. NY: The Vanguard Press, 1931.

Box 4 Folder 37 A Dinner Given in Honor of Robert Collyer by Andrew Carnegie. Jan 10, 1908.

Subseries VII.C: Scrapbooks

Volume 22 1915, 1915

Volume 23 Re Carnegie's Death, 1919

Volume 24-25 Andrew Carnegie Centenary, 1935

Subseries VII.D: Libraries

Box VII.5 Folder 1-2 General, 1932

Contain clippings

Box VII.5 Folder 3 Internal Corporation Correspondence, 1898-1979

Box VII.5 Folder 4 American Federation of Labor Controversy, 1924-1929

Box VII.5 Folder 5-9 Communities A-K, 1932

Contain photographs and clippings

Box VII.6 Folder 1-8 Communities L-Z, 1911

Contain photographs, clippings, and a photo cd of Thames Library, New Zealand