With the support of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rockefeller Archive Center has created a website that contains over 4500 newly digitized key documents from the Rockefeller Foundation archives, including photographs and film excerpts.
The website also contains over a hundred short essays and biographical entries that trace the Foundation’s history as well as its work in fields like agriculture, health, education, culture and the natural and social sciences. Important documents related to major figures in these fields can be found throughout the site and in the site’s digital library. The site is available at: www.rockefeller100.org
|James Allen Smith, Vice President
Rockefeller Archive Center
15 Dayton Avenue
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
Visit the website at http://www.rockefeller100.org