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Armenian Studies Program Book/Video Donations

Staff Report

Dr. Kouymjian and the Armenian Studies Program would like to thank the donors, authors, and publishers for the following books, periodicals, videos and archival gifts.His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, for a copy of his book The Armenian Church Beyond the 1700th Anniversary. Antelias: 2001.

Internationale Politik, Frankfurt, Germany, for the journal, Internationale Politik, Translatlantic Edition. Vol. II, Fall Issue, 2001. Armach Périodique, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for the book by P. Topjian, Collection of Articles. Montreal: Papken Topjian, 2001.

Alice & Berge Bulbulian, Fresno, for the video, Assignment Berlin, Screenwriter: Sona Toukhanian; Producer-Director: Hrayr Toukhanian. Y. Stephan Bulbulian, Fowler, for the book Armenian Town, Fresno: The William Saroyan Society, 2001, with poetry by Paul Aloojian, James Baloian, Y. Stephan Bulbulian, Rondald Dzerijian, Michael Krekorian and Brenda Najimian-Magarity, with a forward by Dickran Kouymjian

Aziz Gökdemir, Arlington, VA, for the book, William Saroyan, Paris-Fresno.

Hairenik Association, Inc., Watertown, MA, for the Hairenik 100th Anniversary Commemorative Album.

Dr. Robert Hewsen, Fresno for the book, The Challenge to be a Church in a Changing World, by His Holiness, Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia. New York: The Armenian Prelacy, 1997.

Carl K. Mahakian, Palm Desert, CA for several Saroyan books and articles.

Mrs. Claudette Mekalian, Fresno, for the books, photographs and archival material about her uncle Robert Sabonjian, the first Armenian mayor of Waukegan, Illinois.

Mr. A. F. Corky Normart, Fresno, for sheet music and records.

Ms. Gerry Sarkisian, Sacramento, for sheet music, records, books and personal archival material about her parents, Mr. Andrew Sarkisian and Mrs. Ruth Sarkisian Haron and her grandparents, Harry and Kohar Shumavonian.

Martin M. Tourigian, Drexel Hill, PA, for his paintings.

Arman Vartanyan, Istanbul, Turkey, for the book by Zarine Vartanyan. Punigi: 70th Anniversary of the Life and Work of Arman Vartanyan. Istanbul: Acar Press, 2000.