Donors


The California Historical Society is deeply grateful to the following individuals, corporations, foundations, and government and business organizations for their contributions.

INDIVIDUALS

$5,00 and above

Mr. & Mrs. Reid W. Dennis, Woodside

The Estate of Mr. Louis H. Heilbron, San Francisco

Drs. Maribelle & Stephen Leavitt, San Francisco

The Estate of Dr. Arthur Mejia, San Francisco

Mr. William S. McCreery, Hillsborough

Mr. Robert A. McNeely, San Diego

$1,000 to $4,999

Anonymous, San Francisco

Mr. Sandy Alderson, San Diego

Mr. & Mrs. S. D. Bechtel, Jr., San Francisco

Ms. Jan Berckefeldt, Lafayette

Mr. Robert Bettencourt, Coyote

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew E. Bogen, Santa Monica

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cahill, San Francisco

Mr. Brian D. Call, Monterey

Ms. Kevin Cartwright, Los Angeles

Mr. Robert Chattel, Sherman Oaks

Mr. David Crosson & Ms. Natalie Hala

Mr. Donald W. Davis, Belvedere

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Davis, Laguna Beach

Mr. & Mrs. Robb & Linda Evans, Bakersfield

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Fish, Pasadena

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth & Dorothy Gardner, Jr., Genoa, NV

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Goss II, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Henderson, Hillsbrough

Mr. & Mrs. Robert and Kaye Hiatt, Mill Valley

Mr. Austin E. Hills, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Chuck & Donna Huggins, Larkspur

Mr. Guy Lampard, Mill Valley

Mr. & Mrs. A.M.D.G. Lampen, San Francisco

Amb. & Mrs. L. W. Lane, Jr., Menlo Park

Ms. Barbara Lekisch, San Rafael

Mr. Hollis G. Lenderking, Palo Alto

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lent, San Rafael

Mr. Bill Leonard, Sacramento

Mrs. Betsy Link, Los Angeles

Mr. & Mrs. George M. Marcus, Palo Alto

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Martin, San Francisco

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy, San Francisco

Drs. Knox and Carlotta Mellon, Riverside

Mr. Robert Folger Miller, Burlingame

Mr. & Mrs. John L. & Susan L. Molinari, San Francisco

Mr. Mark A. Moore, Burlingame

Mr. Tim Muller, San Francisco

Mr. Peter Johnson Musto, San Francisco

Dr. Douglas K. Ousterhout, San Francisco

Mr. Kevin M. Pursglove, San Francisco

Ms. Cristina Rose, Los Angeles

Mr. Adolph Rosekrans, Redwood City

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Rowe, San Francisco

Ms. Barbra Ruffin-Boston, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. H. Russell Smith, Pasadena

Mr. & Mrs. Steven L. Swig, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. John & Andrea Van de Kamp, Pasadena

Mr. A.WB. Vincent, Monte Carlo, Monaco

Mr. Daniel G. Volkmann, Jr., San Francisco

Mr. Peter Wiley, San Francisco

Mr. Steve Williams, La Jolla

Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Wulliger, Pacific Palisades

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Zeigler, San Francisco

$500 to $999

Anonymous, San Francisco

Anonymous, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Albert R. Abramson, Burlingame

Mr. Victor K. Atkins, Jr., Santa Barbara

Mr. Scott C. Atthowe, Oakland

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Avenali, San Francisco

Ms Judith Avery, San Francisco

Mr. Ted Balestreri, Monterey

Ms. Barbara Bottarini, San Francisco

Ms. Joanne E. Bruggemann, Redwood City

Mr. Gerald F. Brush, Jr., Lafayette

Mr. Ernest A. Bryant, III, Santa Barbara

Mr. David Burkhart, San Bruno

Mr. Michael Carson & Dr. Ronald Steigerwalt, Palm Springs

Mr. Alfred Cavanaugh, San Francisco

Ms. Sandraline Cederwall, San Francisco

Mrs. …

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