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New owner plans move into former C.P. Carnegie li...
CROWN POINT | Law books will replace library books in a former city library. Attorney Michael Lambert said he plans to complete the move of his law offices into the Carnegie library building within...
Read more at The Times of Northwest Indiana
Dirty Money: From Rockefeller to Koch
An illustration from an April, 1905, Puck magazine shows John D. Rockefeller "purifying" his donation to a clergy member. (Library of Congress) Last November, the Catholic University of America...
Read more at The Atlantic
Redwood Falls Public Library has 110 years of his...
Redwood Falls Public Library has 110 years of history By 1875, a small lending library was established above Hitchcock’s drug store in town; when a fire started in the building one of the first...
Read more at Redwood Falls Gazette
The Secret Lesson of Gates' and Buffett's Extreme...
A century ago the great
was busy giving away the last of his estimated $10 billion fortune. Your town probably has a Carnegie library in it. I have a nephew whose band will play at...
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It’s all about the Money
By Harry C. Alford NNPA Columnist Our past was certainly all about the money. As soon as the Europeans discovered the Americas and determined that Native Americans weren’t going to submit to...
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Cei mai bogaţi 10 oameni din întreaga istorie a o...
(1833-1911): 309 miliarde de dolari - A investit foarte mulţi bani în industia oţulului. În 1901 şi-a vândut proprietăţile afaceristului J.P. Morgan pentru suma de 480 de milioane...
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Allen: Explore the history of Oakland's library b...
For more than 130 years, Oakland residents have had access to a public library that today has grown with a citywide network of branches. The system goes back to 1878, but the branches range in age...
Read more at The Fremont Argus
There is much more to success than money, says Derek O’ Brien in “My Way”, a book he’s edited on the success mantras of 12 achievers “My Way”, a book edited by well-known quizmaster and Rajya Sabha...
Read more at The Hindu
Queens Library chief defends salary
Queens Library President and CEO Tom Galante, under fire from some city officials and at least one state lawmaker for making nearly $400,000 a year, told members of the borough’s press corps that he...
Read more at Queens Chronicle
Queens Library officials say CEO is worth his pay
Queens Library President and CEO Tom Galante, under fire from some city officials and at least one state lawmaker for making nearly $400,000 a year, told members of the borough's press corps that he...
Read more at Queens Chronicle
James Surowiecki: Assessing the American Dream
Since at least the days of Horatio Alger, a cornerstone of American thinking has been the hope of social mobility—the idea that, as Lawrence Samuel put it in a history of the American dream, anyone...
Read more at The New Yorker
Masonic leaders convene in Baltimore
Rep. Charles A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger was considering running for governor of Maryland 12 years ago when an operative for a political foe approached him with a word of caution. "Dutch, you belong to...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
Pittsburgh's North Side is an eclectic mix
PITTSBURGH -- Three Rivers Stadium imploded in 19 seconds, just after 8 a.m. Feb. 11, 2001. (You can watch the dust cloud on YouTube.) The site -- sacred to Steelers and Pirates fans -- is now a...
Read more at The Charleston Gazette
Enfield's Carnegie-Endowed Library Celebrates 100...
Enfield opened its brand-new Pearl Street Library in 1914, built with $20,000 donated by the philanthropist and industrialist
. The Pearl Street library, one of of about 2,500 built by...
Read more at Hartford Courant
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Eyesore of the week
Property: Carnegie Library/LCC University Center, 210 W. Shiawassee St., Lansing Apart from the awkwardly heavy parapet that encircles the roof, this building exhibits elegant details rendered in...
Read more at City Pulse
Are the 1% in the U.S. treated like the Jews in N...
As the satirical “Pogo” comic strip famously observed, “We have met the enemy, and he is us.” Perkins made himself into the caricature of an arrogant, out-of-touch plutocrat beyond his critics’...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Counterpoint: Libraries' mission is learning, not...
When it comes to public libraries, most of us cannot see the forest for the … well, books. The Feb. 3 article “Libraries adapt to a post-book world,” placed a large emphasis on print circulation...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Where the Celts come from and have lived for 3,00...
The Celts were a group of tribal societies tied by similar language, religion and culture in Iron Age and Medieval Europe. Celtic culture began to develop as early as 1200 BC and spread through...
Read more at Irish Central
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