Happy Birthday, Gov. Rockefeller!

It is always important for those of us at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute to pause and celebrate the birthday of the man whose home and legacy we have been entrusted with.

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Happy Birthday, Gov. Rockefeller!

Winthrop Rockefeller and the Battle of Guam

Winthrop Rockefeller’s military service is no small part of his life’s story and legacy. He was the only Rockefeller brother injured in combat and the only brother to enlist before WWII began.

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Winthrop Rockefeller and the Battle of Guam

161 Silver Dollars for Christmas

“Winthrop had a card printed to accompany the coin explaining its family origins and meaning. … Each of the soldiers in Winthrop’s company also received a scarf, a sweater, and pair of wristlets from Pocantico Hills.”

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161 Silver Dollars for Christmas

The Winthrop Rockefeller Archives

Winthrop Rockefeller believed that education was the key to Arkansas’s future. He set in motion ideas from which we all benefit, including the UA Little Rock Center for Arkansas History and Culture.

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The Winthrop Rockefeller Archives

The Heart of a Legacy

Rockefeller’s determination and deep love for humanity were essential to him and are timeless components of his legacy. He saw it as our duty as citizens to work together.

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The Heart of a Legacy