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Armenian Studies Program Book/Video/CD/Archival Gifts

Staff Report

Armenian Prelacy of Greece, Athens, Greece for the booklet Xopan.

Josephine Arklin, Dana Point,
for the copy of I Am Haiganoosh, the narrative she wrote about her grandmother.

Eunice & Charlie Basmajian, Selma, for the books: A History of the Armenian People Volume II, by George A. Bournoutian; Minatures Arméniennes; Armenian Art Treasures of Jerusalem; Aghtamar, The Church of the Holy Cross 915-921; Armenians in America-Celebrating the First Century; Armenian Artists, 19th – 20th centuries; Treasures of Etchmiadzian, and other journals

A. J. Hacikyan, Coordinating Editor, Westmount Quebec, Canada, for the copy of The Heritage of Armenian Literature Volume III: From the Eighteenth Century to Modern Times published by Wayne State University Press, Michigan, (2005).

Walter Karabian, Los Angeles,
for the photographs and archival materials about the American National Committee for the Homeless Armenians and the CD on Arshag Dickranian’s 100th Birthday.

Col. Carl Mahakian, Rancho Mirage, for 79 books and archival materials by or about William Saroyan.

Virginia A. Meltickian, Fresno, for the book Songs of Artivin, written by Minas Minassian in 1913 and republished by his great granddaughters, Veronica and Mirina Kaskanlian in 2005.

Martin M. Tourigian, Drexel Hill, PA, for the copy of his booklet, Martin M. Tourigian’s Tango Music.

Tufts University, The Fares Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies, Medford, MA, for the booklet Engaging in Dialogue on U. S. Foreign Policy: Lighting the Path to Understanding an Occasional Paper.