Andrew carnegie



Andrew, 1835–1919, U.S. steel manufacturer and philanthropist, born in Scotland.
Dale, 1888–1955, U.S. author and teacher of self-improvement techniques.
a city in SW Pennsylvania.
Contemporary Examples

Immigrants also compose a key source of American entrepreneurs, from steel magnate andrew carnegie to Intel founder Andy Grove.
20 U.S. Cities with the Most Immigrants Richard Florida July 28, 2010

His books include The Chief: The Life of William Randolph Hearst and andrew carnegie.
What Murdoch Can Learn From Hearst David Nasaw May 9, 2009

Examine photographs of andrew carnegie, J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Mellon, and Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Up To a Point: Robber Barons Make Way For Robber Nerds P. J. O’Rourke August 8, 2014

TIAA-CREF, which traces its origins to an organization started by andrew carnegie in 1918, is a fantastic organization.
Roger Ferguson Is Wall Street’s Fantasy for Federal Reserve Chairman Daniel Gross September 23, 2013

I no longer need to buy books or get the newspaper delivered or go to the library andrew carnegie paid for.
Up To a Point: Robber Barons Make Way For Robber Nerds P. J. O’Rourke August 8, 2014

Historical Examples

Gift of $1700 by andrew carnegie towards completing sum required by conditional gift for new building.
Papers and Proceedings of the Twenty-Third General Meeting of the American Library Association Various

This building was the gift of Mr. andrew carnegie and cost $50,000.
The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918 Various

Gift of $30,000 for a public library building, from andrew carnegie.
Papers and Proceedings of the Twenty-Third General Meeting of the American Library Association Various

andrew carnegie, with his Pittsburg mills, was the most successful producer.
The New Nation Frederic L. Paxson

Gift of $20,000, for furnishings and equipment of new building, from andrew carnegie.
Papers and Proceedings of the Twenty-Third General Meeting of the American Library Association Various

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Andrew. 1835–1919, US steel manufacturer and philanthropist, born in Scotland: endowed public libraries, education, and research trusts

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