By Helmut K. Anheier, David C. Hammack
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Could it be, as the chapters in this volume suggest, that at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the institution of the philanthropic foundation is finding a new role? part II Exploring Roles and Contributions 2 Foundations and the Making of Public Education in the United States, 1867–1950 pamela barnhouse walters and emily a. 2 Once established, public responsibility for American schooling continued to expand; public high schools were commonplace in much of the United States by the first decade of the twentieth century.
First, whereas Peabody’s partial succor method had required contributions from state and local treasuries, Rosenwald’s school construction program required contributions from local black communities as well as from public sources. 43 Rosenwald schools had to follow simple, efficient plans carefully worked out by representatives of the Fund in co-operation with school authorities. They were to provide not only formal and theoretical “book larnin’” but also practical work and to have 38. Embree and Waxman (1949, p.
55). 34. Anderson (1988, p. 36). 35. Parker (1972). 36. Harlan (1958, p. 254). 37. Anderson (1988); Anderson and Moss (1999). 40 pamela barnhouse walters and emily a. 41 Because Rosenwald officials were trying to moderate, in effect, the extremes of the Jim Crow system in an era in which southern blacks had been stripped of all political influence, they too had to accommodate the very color line they were trying to challenge. This accommodation was manifested in two principal ways. First, whereas Peabody’s partial succor method had required contributions from state and local treasuries, Rosenwald’s school construction program required contributions from local black communities as well as from public sources.
American Foundations: Roles and Contributions by Helmut K. Anheier, David C. Hammack