10th Annual

Western Reserve Studies Symposium




 Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, Ohio

October 6-7, 1995

Friday, October 6, 1995
Harkness Chapel

1:00 Registration

1:30 Welcome
Gladys Haddad, Case Western Reserve University

1:35 Greetings
John Orlock, Case Western Reserve University

1:45 "What Do We Mean By Philanthropy?"
David C. Hammack, Case Western Reserve University

2:15 "Religion, Reform, Race, (and Rockefeller): Cleveland History Viewed Through the Lens of Philanthropy"
Darwin H. Stapleton, Rockefeller Archive Center

"Why Chicago and Not Cleveland? The Religious Imperative Behind John D. Rockefeller's Early Philanthropy 1855-1900"
Ken Rose, Rockefeller Archive Center

3:15 BREAK

3:30 "The Mathers: Competitive Partnerships and the Puritan Ethic"
Sterling McMillan III, Greenleaf Capital Management

"Samuel and Flora Stone Mather: Partners in Philanthropy"
Gladys Haddad, Case Western Reserve University

4:30 "Politics and the Payne Fund"
Garth S. Jowett, University of Houston

Guilford House
5:30 Reception and Dinner
7:30 "Philanthropy and the Musical Life of Cleveland"
Heywood Alexander, Cleveland State University

8:00 Concert "Sound Money: Cleveland Composers"
Toni Miller, Fortnightly Musical Club of Cleveland

Saturday, October 7, 1995
9:00 Registration

The Legacy of Rockefeller Park: A Photographic Essay
Richard E. Karberg, Cuyahoga Community College
Lobby Level of Adelbert Hall

Toepfer Room
9:30 "A Community Civic Catalyst for the Ages"
Steven A. Minter, Cleveland Foundation

Toepfer Room
"Health Care Institutions and Gender: Three Case Studies"
Chair: Marian Morton, John Carroll University
Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Nancy Erdey, University Hospitals
Benjamin Rose Institute
Beth Johnson, Case Western Reserve University
Maternal Health Association
Jimmy Meyer, Independent Scholar

Room 352
"Philanthropic Motives and Models"
Chair: Judith Sheridan, Historic Preservation Specialist

"Aristarchus Champion: Chagrin Falls Library"
Yolita Rausche, Kent State University

"Albert Fairshild Hoden: Visionary of the Holden Arboretum"
Molly M. Offutt,

"Joseph G. Butler and the Founding of the Butler Art Institute"
Rebecca Rogers, Architecture and Landscape Historian

11:15 BREAK

Toepfer Room
"Foundations and Advocacy for Women"
Chair: Sr. Mary Denis Maher, Ursuline College
St. Ann Foundation
Sr. Mary Denis Maher
Women's City Club Foundation
Jana V. Stone
Women's Community Foundation
Jane Petroff

Room 352
"University Circle"
Chair: Paula Cohen, Business History Consultant

"An Alternative Community"
William Barrow, Cleveland State University

"Elizabeth Ring Mather: University circle Visionary"
Diane Schwartz, Bratenahl Historian

"Changes in Support for Circle Institutions"
Elizabeth Horrigan, Western Reserve Historical Society

12:30 LUNCH
Toepfer Room

1:15 "For Love and Money: A Comparison of the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum"
Steven Litt, Plain Dealer

Toepfer Room
"Diverse Expressions of Philanthropy"
Chair: Rita Saslaw, University of Akron

"Changes in Jewish Philanthropy"
Aileen Kassen, Jewish Community Federation

"Philanthropy and the African American Experience"
Adrienne Lash Jones, Oberlin College

"A Philanthropic Approach for the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland"
August A. Napoli, Jr., Catholic Charities Corporation

Room 352
"Philanthropy and the Sixties"
Chair: Park Goist, Case Western Reserve University

"A Voice from the Sixties"
Rev. Donald G. Jacobs

"Philanthropy and Civil Rights at the Local Level: The Case of Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960's"
Ken Rose, Rockefeller Archive Center

"The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland: A Response to a Community Need"
Gordon Friedman, Friedman and Gilbert

3:15 "Philanthropy Today: An Imperative"
Ben Shouse, Arts Advocate

A Premiere of New Works
The Y.A.R.D.
Youth At Risk Dancing
Bill Wade
Cleveland School of the Arts
Lobby Level of Adelbert Hall

For more information call Professor Gladys Haddad, Symposium Director, at Case Western Reserve University (216) 368-4117, or email Professor Haddad