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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.

Armenica.Org. Sweden, for the Armenian Genocide Posters.

Walter Karabian, Los Angeles, for the CD of the luncheon celebrating his father-in-law, Arshag Dickranian’s 100th birthday, and the first event in the Walter and Laurel Karabian Hall, January 26, 2005.

Krikor Keusseyan, Watertown, MA, for the book Namagani, Volume II, Letters from Shahan Shahnour to G. Mahari and A. Antreassian, edited by Krikor Keusseyan, and published by Mayreni Publishing (2004).

Linda Komaroff, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Ancient and Islamic Art Department, Los Angeles, for the catalog Islamic Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Mike Mamigonian, Fresno, for the books from his father’s, Rev. Yeghishe Mekhitarian’s, estate.

Jack Manuelian, Paramus, NJ, for the series of articles and CD titled The Planned, Organized, Executed Genocide of Armenians 1915-23.

Mark Melkonian, Chatsworth, for the video of All Streams Flow to the Sea and An Amazing Man, as well as several Armenian books.

George Mouradian, Commerce Twp., MI, for his book Never to Die, a historical novel about Armenia and the quest for Noah’s Ark, published by MAG and Associates, Michigan (2005).

Ms. Armenie Najarian, Belmont, MA, for the archival material about her relatives.

Dr. Susan Pattie, North Easton, MA, for the copy of the book by Karnig M. Tourian, My Memoirs (1999).

Noubar Tcharkhoutian, Pasadena, for his book Mahvan Vertcheen Zjbeede published by Doctorian Productions, California (2004).

Karnig M. Tourian, Nicosia, for the copy of his book, My Memoirs (1999).