Laura Celestia Spelman Rockefeller (* 9. September 1839 in Wadsworth, Ohio; † 12. März 1915 in Pocantico Hills, Tarrytown, New York) war die Ehefrau von John Davison Rockefeller . Laura Spelman Rockefeller als junge Frau. John D. Rockefeller in jüngeren Jahren. Forest Hill in Cleveland. Cleveland Baptist Church 1909.
Laura Celestia "Cettie" Spelman Rockefeller (September 9, 1839 – March 12, 1915) was an American abolitionist, philanthropist, school teacher, and prominent member of the Rockefeller family. Her husband was Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller .
5. Sept. 2023 · Laura Spelman Rockefeller, née Laura Celestia Spelman, byname Cettie, (born September 9, 1839, Wadsworth, Ohio, U.S.—died March 12, 1915, Pocantico Hills, New York), American educator and philanthropist who was the wife of John D. Rockefeller.
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Laura Spelman Rockefeller died of a heart attack on March 12, 1915, while JDR was in Florida. The funeral held on March 15 in Pocantico Hills was private, attended only by family and a few friends. To honor Laura, JDR established the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial in 1918. This foundation was active in the areas deeply important to Laura: child study, education, public health, race ...
Laura Rockefeller Chasin. Laura Spelman Rockefeller (October 11, 1936 – November 17, 2015 ) was an American philanthropist. She was the eldest child of Laurance Spelman Rockefeller (1910–2004) and Mary French (1910–1997), and a fourth generation member of the Rockefeller family.
- Laura Spelman Rockefeller, October 11, 1936
Laura Celestia Spelman Rockefeller (* 9. September 1839 in Wadsworth, Ohio; † 12. März 1915 in Pocantico Hills, Tarrytown, New York) war die Ehefrau von John Davison Rockefeller. Laura Spelman Rockefeller als junge Frau John D. Rockefeller in jüngeren Jahren Forest Hill in Cleveland Cleveland Baptist Church 1909
Name changes to Spelman Seminary in honor of Mrs. Laura Spelman Rockefeller and her parents Harvey Buel and Lucy Henry Spelman, longtime activists in the antislavery movement. 1885. Spelman students print first issue of the Spelman Messenger; Sophia Jones, M.D., first black female to join the faculty; 1886. Rockefeller Hall dedicated