Music: Charges

Some seven years have passed now since Augustus D. Juilliard, Manhattan financier, died and left the largest bequest to music ever recorded—the Julliard Foundation. In the summer of 1920 the trustees, businessmen all, announced the appointment of Dr. Eugene Allen Noble, Methodist minister, as executive secretary. Last week the Juilliard Foundation was called to account on the basis of its limited accomplishments for the first five years of its existence in proportion to its resources now known to be more than $13,000,000. It was charged with never having obtained a New York State charter, of acting nevertheless...

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