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Armenian Studies Program Book/Video/CD/Archival Gifts

Staff Report

Dr. 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.

Mrs. Beverly J. Achki, Fresno, for the book Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization, The Genocide of the Armenians.

George J. Apelian, Ainjar, Bekaa, Lebanon, for the two books he authored, Beirut and Eternal Martyrdom.

Armenian International Women’s Association, Watertown, MA, for the book I Want to Live: Poems of Shushanik Kurghinian, selected and translated by Shushan Avagyan, edited by Susan Barba and Victoria Rowe.

Tamar Topjian Der-Ohannessian, Bryn Mawr,
PA, for her grandfather, Bedros Der Bedrossian’s book and CD Autobiography and Recollections. AIWA Press, Massachusetts. (2005).

Editions Parentheses, Marseille, for the copy of Les noces noires de Gulizar by Arménouhie Kévonian.

Larry R. Farsakian, D.D.S., Glenview, IL, for the book Armenian Painting From the Beginning to the Present by Mayda Saris. Istanbul: AGOS Publishing and Printing Services Ltd. Co. (2005)

Dianne & Arnold Gazarian, Fresno, for the several boxes of books from their parents’ estates.
Donald Goodrow, Agoura, for the article printed by The Times, London, “The History of the War Vol. VIII.”

Patricia Peterson Hansen, Sacramento, for The Armenian Book: For the Armenian Children of America, printed in 1931.

Walter Karabian, Los Angeles, for the archival materials and the DVD Renaissance of Faith, 2005 Pontifical Visit by His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos of All Armenians.

Col. Carl Mahakian, Rancho Mirage, for 175 books by or about William Saroyan and archival materials.

Mr. Anthony P. Mezoian,
So. Portland, ME, for the copy of his book Armenian Baking and Cooking (2005).

Avetis Papazian, Los Angeles, for his book, The Armenian Genocide According to Young Turkish Tribunal Documents (2005).

Dr. James J. Reid, Gold River, for his books Crisis of the Ottoman Empire, Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, and Studies in Safavid Mind, Society, and Culture. Mazda Publishers, California (2000).

Ms.Mary Terzian, Hacienda Heights, for her book The Immigrants’ Daughter.
Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, for the DVD Armenian Genocide- 90Years Later.

Vasbouragan Society, Granada Hills, for the copy of Varak Periodical.

Prof. B. L Zekiyan, Ligua e Letterature Armena, San Polo, Italy, for the Year Book of the Armenian Summer Language Institute 1986-2005 by Salpy Kasbarian.