Education: Page School

Three years ago Dr. John Van Antwerp MacMurray resigned as U. S. Minister to China to become director of a school which has neither faculty nor students—the Walter Mines Page School of International Relations, offspring of Johns Hopkins. Named for the famed scholar-diplomat who was once a Johns Hopkins postgradu ate fellow, the School was founded by popular subscription. Owen D. Young chairmanned a committee to raise $1.000,000. The late Publisher Edward William Bok gave $50,000 to finance the first year. Bernard Mannes Baruch gave $250,000 for a scholarly inquiry into the relation...

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