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.
Biblioteca Nacional, Buenes Aires, Argentina, for the book La Biblioteca, La Critica Literaria en Argentina.
Dr. Ruth Büttner and Judith Peltz (ed.), Koblenz, Germany, for the book Mythical Landscapes Then and Now: The Mystification of Landscapes in Search of National Identity, (Antares, 2006).
Sara Chitjian, Los Angeles, for the book A Hair’s Breadth From Death: The Memoirs of Hampartzoum Mardiros Chitjian (Taderon Press: London, 2003).
Armen Dadour, Granada Hills, for his book Symphony II, a collection of short stories, diaries, articles, etc. (2004).
Armen Haghnazarian, RAA Research on Armenian Architecture, Aachen, Germany, for the pamphlet on JULFA, The Annihilation of the Armenian Cemetery by Nakhijevan’s Azerbaijani Authorities (Beirut, 2006).
Walter Karabian, Los Angeles, for the Lark Musical Concert Society Program featuring the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Requiem in D Minor) , with a dedication to the memory of Mgrdich “Mego” Hovsepi Fidanian (October 2006).
Krikor Keusseyan, Watertown, MA, for the book Namagani, Volume C-Letters From Shahan Shanour to Writers (in Armenian), edited by Krikor Keusseyan (Watertown, MA, 2006).
Col. Carl Mahakian, Rancho Mirage, for the books by William Saroyan and a copy of the William Saroyan Guide, archive material, and the book Armenian Needlelace and Embroidery by Alice Odian Kasparian with Foreward by Dickran Kouymjian (1983).
Chuck Nickson, Houston, TX, for the book Forsaken Love, translated and edited by Ara Melkonian and Ara Sarafian.
Vartan Thomasian, Vasbouragan Society, Granada Hills, for the Varak periodical, Volume 53, 2006.
Martin M. Tourigian, Drexel Hill, PA, for the monthly Hask literature (2006) and his watercolor painting of St. Vartan.