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Goldman, Sachs and Co., an investment banking firm in New York City, has given $30,000 to the Graduate School of Business Administration.
Dean David announced last night that the gift, which is unrestricted, will be used to assist worthy and able young men to study business administration at the School.
The donors in a letter, stated: "We should like in this way to demonstrate our enthusiasm for the work of the Harvard Business School. This gift is being made at this time to help match the generous gift of Mr. Rockefeller."
John D. Rockefeller offered last June to give $5,000,000 to the Business School if an equal amount was provided by other donors before July 1, 1950.
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