Education: Chautauqua Bolstered

Laid in the friendly hands of receivers last year (TIME, Jan. 1, 1934), famed old Chautauqua Institution was far from dead. Arthur Eugene Bestor, its president, made plans for the 1934 season, mapped out a money-raising campaign. This summer Chautauquans returned to their cottages, clubs and classes, their genteel recreations on the shores of Lake Chautauqua. But until last week they were not sure how long the Institution could carry on. Then, at the close of exercises celebrating the 60th anniversary of its founding, President Bestor announced: "This evening Chautauqua has received...

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