Dr. Dickran Kouymjian and the Armenian Studies Program would like to thank the donors, authors, and publishers for the following books, periodicals, videos, and archival gifts either offered personally or to the Program.
The American Numismatic Society, New York, NY, for the American Journal of Numismatics, 16-17.
Elza and Haig Didizian, London, England, for the books: The Council of Chalcedon and The Armenian Church and The Select Encyclicals and Pontifical Messages (Canada: Karekin Theological and Armenological Studies Series, Vol. 4 , 2006) (in Armenian).
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, for the book Bosphorus Nights (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005) by Dr. James Russell.
Lucy Janjigian, Franklin Lakes, NJ, for the documentary video Uprooted.
Matthew Karanian, Northridge, for the book Armenia & Karabagh (Stone Garden Productions, 2006.)
Harold Lorin, Chatham, MA, for his book The Tin Merchant: The Passion of Jesus as it Happened to a Family.
Armine Mazmanian, The National Arts Foundation, Skokie, IL, for the book Reflections on America by Arthur Sahagian (2004) (includes paintings by Sahagian).
Gaytzag Palandjian, Delray Beach, FL, for the books Viewpoints- Articles and Memoirs of a Free-Lance Patriot (in English and Armenian) (Yerevan, 2005).
Col. George & Peggy Pehlvanian, Riverside, for the three volumes of National Geographic Magazine (Nov. 1918, Dec. 1918, and Aug. 1919).
Harry G. Sogigian, Worcester, MA, for his book The Uprooting and Rebirth of the Soghigian Family.
Martin M. Tourigian, Drexel Hill, PA, for the two copies of the dissertation written by Archbishop Hrant Khatchadourian, Historiography of Fifth Century Armenia, which was submitted for his candidacy for the degree of doctor of philosophy in 1979. (The Armenian Prelacy, New York, NY.), and for the book Romeo and Juliet (Hayastan Editions) and the book of illustrations by Lucy S. Tourigian.