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Judith Greenblatt Endowment FundJudith Greenblatt, received a B.A. in English in 1935 from the University of Pennsylvania. An active alumna, she was a Penn Fund volunteer and supported many of the University's projects. In 2003, a bequest from Miss Greenblatt endowed a Library fund for the purchase of scholarly materials in fiction and biography. The Penn community will benefit from her generosity in perpetuity.
Over the years, bequests and planned gifts of all sizes have played an important role in the growth and success of the Penn Library. As a main source of endowment support, they help ensure that the Library will be financially sound for generations to come.
Materials purchased through this fund include:
- Essay on the life, character and writings of Dr Samuel Johnson.
- Clarissens Schiksale dargestellt in Vier und zwanzig Kupferblättern
- Retrospection, or, A review of the most striking and important events, characters, situations, and their consequences, which the last eighteen hundred years have presented to the view of mankind
- Paths of virtue delineated, or, The history in miniature of the celebrated Clarissa Harlowe
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