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Subscriptions for the "These Hundredth Anniversary Fund" from its announcement on October 22, 1920, to September: 15, 1936. (1) For the general purpose of the Fund without restriction: Anonymous$260,000.00 Anonymous, from a member of the Class of 1984  26,000.00 Mr. Robert Hacon, in memory of her husband, Robert Bacon '80  26,000.00 George F. Baker '22  5,000.00 Laird Bell '04  5,000.00 Allston Rurr '89  50,000.00 Godfrey L. Cabot '82  10,050.00 William Richard Castle '00  5,000.00 T. Jefferson Coolidge '15  5,000.00 Mrs. T. Jefferson Coolidge Sr.  5,050.84 Dwight F. Davis '00  5,000.00 Carl A. de Gersderff '97  5,000.00 Charles E. Dunlap '11  15,000.00 Robert L. Gerry '00  5,000.00 Robert F. Herrick '90  25,000.00 William M. Kendall '76  5,000.00 Joseph P. Kennedy '12  25,000.00 Thayer Lindsley '04  35,000.00 Francis M. Weld '97  5,237.30 George Whitney '07  25,000.00 Mrs. Clarence C. Williams, in memory of Augusts Peabody Gardner '86  5,200.00 William Woodward '98  5,000.00 Sundry other subscriptions of under $5,000.00 each  235,416.42 Total  $780,954.56 (2) Specifically for University Professorships: Thomas W. Lamont '92  $504,791.37 Robert Treat Paine, 2d '82  15,000.00 Sundry other subscriptions of under $5,000.00 each  3,905.00 Total specifically for the support of University Professorships  $523,696.37 (3) Specifically for Harvard National Scholarships: Anonymous  $200,000.00 Friends and Family, William L. Boyden '86  21,000.00 Anonymous, for a Harvard National Scholarship "to bear the name of John Lowell Gardner"  25,000.00 Anonymous--a graduate formerly residing on the Pacific Coast, now in business in New York City  5,675.00 Mrs. George Chase Christian, for the "George Chase Christian Memorial Scholarships" for students from Minnesota, preferably in the graduate schools  50,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Grenville Clark  11,039.60 Ernest L. Conant '84, for the "Conant - Allison Scholarship"  25,000.00 Mrs. W. Bayard Cutting, Mrs. Bayard James, and Marchesa Origo, for the "Bronson Cutting Harvard National Scholarships" in memory of Bronson Cutting '10, primarily for students from New Mexico or under certain conditions from Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma  125,000.00 John T. Davis '89  25,000.00 John Draper Gannett '37, Robert Tileston Gannett '15, Robert Tileston Gannett, 2d '39, Thomas Brattle Gannett '35, for the "Thomas Brattle Gannett Memorial Scholarship" in memory of Thomas Brattle Gannett '97  25,000.00 George Peabody Gardner '77, G. Peabody Gardner, Jr. '10, George Peabody Gardner, III '39, for a Harvard National Scholarship "to bear the name of George Peabody Gardner  25,000.00 Edward S. Harkness, for Harvard National Scholarships for students in the Medical School  100,000.00 Daniel Fiske Jones '92, for a Harvard National Scholarship for students in the Medical School  25,000.00 Halstead Lindsley '02  25,000.00 Dave H. Morris '96, in memory of his son, Noel Morris  25,000.00 Mrs. John T. Pratt  25,000.00 Bernon S. Prentice '05, in memory of his two classmates Phillip Overon Mills and George William son  12,600.00 Neal Rantoul '92, for the "Rantoul Scholarship" preferably for "a graduate student engaged in the study of abnormal and dynamic psychology."  25,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Stern, for a Harvard National Scholarship preferably for a student from Louisiana  26,118.75 Jesse Isidor Straus '93, and Percy S. Straus '97  25,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Osborn Taylor  25,000.00 Frederick M. Warburg '19, for "The Henry C. Flower, 3d, National Scholarship"  25,021.00 Phillip W. Wrenn '94  25,200.00 Mrs. Langbourne M. Williams, Jr., "in memory of my father, Charles Chauncey Stillman, Class of 1898"  25,000.00 Sundry other subscriptions of under $5,000.00 each  117,120.50 Total specifically for endowment of Harvard National Scholarships  1,043,685.75 (4) To provide mobile funds for instruction and research not allocated to departments. Anonymous, for the encouragement of work in the physical sciences  492,636.06 Total subscriptions for the "Three Hundredth Anniversary Fund"  $2,840,973.01 II (1) For endowment of the Dental School: Anonymous  $7,095.22 Carnegie Corporation of New York, "in recognition of the Tercentenary" and in the interests of dental research and dental education  350,000.00 Robert A. Jackson '99  6,000.00 The John and Mary R. Markle Foundation, "to provide opportunities for improved instruction in the Dental School and to support research in medical problems connected with dentistry."  25,000.00 Mrs. George H. Monks, "to be known as the George Howard Monks Fund"  25,000.00 Sundry other subscriptions of under $5,000.00 each  2,100.00 Total for the Dental School  $415,195.22 (2) For the establishment of a Graduate School of Public Administration: Lucius N. Littauer '78  2,000,000.00 (3) For Legal Medicine: Mrs. Frances Glessner Lee, to establish "The George Burgess Magrath Endowment for Legal Medicine"  250,000.00 (4) Gifts for miscellaneous purposes: Henry Bluestone '06  5,400.00 Sundry other subscriptions of under $5,000.00 each  2,625.00 Total miscellaneous subscriptions  8,025.00 Total subscriptions "in recognition of or in connection with" the Terrentenary  2,673,220.22 Total subscriptions  $5,514,192.96

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