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organizations named after rockefeller

so far I got....
Rockefeller Center
the Rockefeller Foundation

is there more because that's all I found when I google it

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    Also
    http://www.rockefeller.edu/

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    i had a feeling there was going to be a university name after him

    thanks! :)

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    :-) You're welcome.

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