Boulton, R., Sarah Lavanburg Straus: African Expedition, American Museum of Natural History Research Library, 1929
Sarah Lavanburg Straus (1861-1945), widow of Oscar S. Straus, went to Africa in 1929 at the age of 68 on a group bird collection expedition for the…
Africa, Birds, Mammals, Music, Sarah Lavanburg Straus, Straus Family
National Association of Social Workers & National Hospice Foundation, Bernice Catherine Harper, Hospice Pioneer, National Association of Social Workers & National Hospice Foundation, 2012 & 2015
The vocation of everyman and woman is to serve other people.
Bernice Catherine Harper received the Global Vision Award in recognition of…
Africa, AIDS, Awards, Bernice Catherine Harper, Foundation of Hospices, Hospice, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Federal Emergency Management Agency Photo Library, Salvation Army, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Aug. 31 2005
A woman evacuee is given food by a Salvation Army volunteer worker as others wait for water and other services.
The Salvation Army is a Christian…
Africa, Charity, Nonprofits, Religion, Salvation Army, Social Aid, United States, William Booth
Frances Benjamin Johnston/Library of Congress, Tuskegee Institute faculty with Andrew Carnegie, Library of Congress, 1906
Photo of Andrew Carnegie, founder of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, with members of the faculty of the Tuskegee Institute. “Andrew Carnegie…
Africa, Alabama, Andrew Carnegie, Carnegie Corporation, Education, Nonprofits, Peace, Tuskegee Institute
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