Adding Value: The Joseph M. Bryan Story from Poverty to Philanthropy

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Joseph McKinley Bryan, Sr., overcame poverty, a mother's mental illness, a father's desertion, and a lack of formal education to become a builder of people and institutions. The largest single donor to Duke University outside of the Duke family, Bryan helped create the Alzheimer's research facility at Duke and vitalized the Duke Eye Center. He was also instrumental in the creation of commercial and public television in North Carolina, including WBTV, North Carolina's first television station, and UNC-TV, North Carolina's ...

Adding Value: The Joseph M. Bryan Story from Poverty to Philanthropy 2001, Down Home Press

ISBN-13: 9781878086884

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