In 1974 , Arnold Haskell said: “Sherman was a heck of a good teacher too; he taught me everything I know about business but one thing the General wanted: he wanted his name to be perpetuated. Now I never cared for that. In 1951, when I founded the Foundation, the attorneys wanted me to call it the Arnold Haskell Foundation, because they felt that, being alive, I could accomplish more with it than if it was named after somebody that nobody knew. But I thought, well, this is the opportunity to carry on the General’s name.”
These are articles posted in the spring 2017 Sherman Library and Gardens member magazine.
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