Reminiscences of John Marshall and Charlotte T. Marshall : oral history, 1974.

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Reminiscences of John Marshall and Charlotte T. Marshall : oral history, 1974.

Childhood, education, travel to Europe; Medieval Academy of America, American Council of Learned Societies, 1920s; to Rockefeller Foundation as assistant director for Humanities, 1933; support of humanities projects: film, broadcasting, drama, foreign studies; world travels for Foundation, funding European libraries, conserving Middle Eastern antiquities; director, Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy, 1959-70, conference center and residence for visiting scholars. Mrs. Marshall recounts her experiences at the Villa.

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