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Armenian Studies Program Book/Video/CD/Archival Gifts

Staff Report

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 Armenian Prelacy, New York, New York, for the book Kronneru Patmutiun [History of Religions] by Professor Puzant Yeghiayan (in Armenian).

David Cutting, Germinal Productions, Cambridge, UK, for the book Burning Orchards, by Gurgen Mahari. Translated by Dickran and Haig Tahta, and Hasmik Ghazarian.

Japan Armenia Friendship Association (JAFA), Kawasaki, Japan, for the book The Armenian Genocide, The History and Culture of the Armenian People by Hideharu Nakajima (in Japanese).

Walter Karabian, Los Angeles, for the DVD featuring an interview of Assemblyman Walter Karabian by Television Station KHJ (April 10, 1972).

John Miskjian, Los Angeles, for the books (in Armenian and English) I Escaped the Hell of Der Zor (Yes Pakhatz Yem, “I Escaped”) by Stepan Miskjian. Written in 1930; published in 1965.

Catherine Mouradian, Pasadena, for the book A Gift in the Sunlight (An Armenian Story) by Kay Mouradian.