The 1976 annual report pays tribute to Abby Rockefeller Mauzé, the eldest of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.'s children, and a Rockefeller Brothers Fund trustee. A profile about her life celebrate her passion for giving, as demonstrated in her contributions toward better hospital care for cancer patients and the establishment of the Greenacre Foundation.
In the 1975 annual report, Chairman Laurance S. Rockefeller reflects on the accomplishments of Dana Creel, who stepped down as president, and was elected vice chairman of the board. Also, an essay on education and the visual arts examines how U.S. art museums can become widely used educational resources.
Sustainability and conservation of natural resources have been ongoing areas of concern for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. The 1974 annual report includes an extensive discussion on these issues. The article is accompanied by a photo essay depicting scenes from across the globe illustrating how mankind and the elements of nature converge.
The 1973 annual report focuses on the Rockefeller Brothers Fund's New York City program and its evolution over the years. The Fund has a history of providing general support to the city since the Fund's inception. An in-depth illustrated essay chronicles the Fund's local giving over the years to the city's social, cultural, educational, and neighborhood development organizations.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund celebrates the life of founding brother Winthrop Rockefeller in the 1972 annual report. A tribute essay reflects on the life of Mr. Rockefeller from his time in the Texas oil fields, to his philanthropic efforts to support education and health care, and onto his many accomplishments as governor of Arkansas.