Definition of Andrew carnegie
1. Noun. United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed education and public libraries and research trusts (1835-1919).
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Literary usage of Andrew carnegie
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1. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1906)
"$5000 for a building frcm andrew carnegie. DECATUR. Public Library. ... $10000 for a building from andrew carnegie. DELPHI. Public Library. ..."
2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1902)
"Iowa City, Iowa, $25000, from andrew carnegie, for a public library. ... New Brunswick (NJ) Public Library, $50000, from andrew carnegie. ..."
3. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1900)
"$100000, for a building, from andrew carnegie, provided the city appropriate $6000 annually for ... 500, from James P. Coates, of the JVP andrew carnegie. ..."
4. The Making of America by Robert Marion La Follette, William Matthews Handy, Charles Higgins (1906)
"BY andrew carnegie, [andrew carnegie, capitalist, manufacturer, philanthropist J born, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, November 25, 1837; came to United ..."
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1892)
"MR andrew carnegie. PROBABLY no man who is not a citizen of the United Kingdom has managed to attract to himself a larger amount of attention in this ..."
6. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1903)
"Gentlemen, our friend, our benefactor, andrew carnegie, Rector of St. Andrew's ... (Three cheers for andrew carnegie. The cheers were lustily given.) MR. ..."
7. Americans by Adoption: Brief Biographies of Great Citizens Born in Foreign Lands by Joseph Husband (1920)
"So simply was andrew carnegie born into the tremendous nineteenth century. Andrew's father was a weaver of damasks, as had been his ..."