Carnegie United Kingdom trust

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The Carnegie United Kingdom Trust was founded in 1913 by the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) to further the well-being of the people of Great Britain and Ireland. The Trust provides support for projects in the arts, heritage and social welfare, and has helped to build many libraries, museums and theatres. The Trust's think tank organises initiatives and contributes to public policy analysis.

From the guide to the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust: Minutes and annual reports, 1914-1971, (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives)

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creatorOf Carnegie United Kingdom Trust. [Annual reports], 1914- Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, IUPUI
referencedIn Papers of John Carnegie Eaton, senior lecturer in Mathematics at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow, Scotland, 1915-1972, 1913-1972 Strathclyde University Archives
referencedIn Records of the Committee on Voluntary Organisations, 1974-1978 Edinburgh University Library
referencedIn WOLFENDEN COMMITTEE ON VOLUNTARY SERVICES, 1977 British library of political and economic science
creatorOf Carnegie United Kingdom Trust: Minutes and annual reports, 1914-1971 Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
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