"North by East" piece reporting that Raymond Fogler started the University of Ma
"North by East" piece reporting that Raymond Fogler started the University of Maine Foundation in 1935 to accommodate the wishes of a potential university donor who wanted to give $750 but didn't want the state to have anything to do with it. The foundation, which now has assets of $41 million and is one of the oldest public university foundations in New England. This year the foundation received $1.8 million, the largest bequest in its history, from Grace and Edward Cutting of Rockport, who were in the blueberry business. Fogler, a former president of the W. T. Grant Co., is now 102 and lives in Exeter with his daughter, Ruth Fogler Goff.
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""North by East" piece reporting that Raymond Fogler started the University of Ma" (1994). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1619.
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