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Spelman board member, husband give $30M to school
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13 December 2018
On 13 December 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Spelman College has received $30 million, its largest single gift from living donors, to be used for its new Center for Innovation and the Arts. Spelman received its largest bequest in 1992, a $37 million gift from the estate of Readers Digest founder DeWitt Wallace. Officials said the latest contribution is one of the largest ever to a historically black college and university.
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