The Rockefeller Women

The Rockefeller Women

The Rockefeller Women Based on never before used letters diaries and photographs from the Rockefeller Archive The Rockefeller Women reveals the life of four generations of an extraordinary family Eliza Davison Rockefell

  • Title: The Rockefeller Women
  • Author: Clarice Stasz
  • ISBN: 9781469740386
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Based on never before used letters, diaries, and photographs from the Rockefeller Archive, The Rockefeller Women reveals the life of four generations of an extraordinary family Eliza Davison Rockefeller, the Mother of John D who instilled in her sons drive for success in business and Christian service Laura Spelman Rockefeller, the wife of John D the daughter of an UBased on never before used letters, diaries, and photographs from the Rockefeller Archive, The Rockefeller Women reveals the life of four generations of an extraordinary family Eliza Davison Rockefeller, the Mother of John D who instilled in her sons drive for success in business and Christian service Laura Spelman Rockefeller, the wife of John D the daughter of an Underground Railway operator and early supporter of racial freedom Edith Rockefeller McCormick, the daughter of John D and Laura, who became the queen of Chicago society, studied under Carl Jung and became a lay analyst Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, the wife of John Jr and mother of six children Winthrop, Laurence, Nelson, John III, David and Babs who helped found the Museum of Modern Art Margaretta Happy Rockefeller whom married Nelson.

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      Published :2019-04-02T19:25:46+00:00

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    Wonderful examination of the philanthropic efforts of the RockefellersExcellent read. The Rockefeller families philanthropic efforts in the areas of art, music, medicine and social justice are still part of our everyday lives. One of the first of the extremely wealthy families the came to power in the late 19th century that sponsored African Americans in the quest for education and better jobs.It's definitely filled with private stories of some interesting genres of thought on psychology and soc [...]

    Along with delving into these women and other family members, one learns about the daily life and times of the 1800s and up to about the middle of the 20th century. There was a large amount of detail covered about the men in the family. There are some errors in the lineage charts and a few in the text, but that doesn't keep one from getting an inside view of the Rockefeller women and several of the men.

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