Donors


INDIVIDUALS

The California Historical Society is deeply grateful to the following individual donors for their contributions received between January, 1, 004 and September 30, 2004:

$10,000 TO $24,999

Mr. Robert A. Chlebowski, San Francisco

Mrs. Mary Elena Goodan, Pasadena

Mrs. Jeanne S. Overstreet, Bennington, VT

$1000 TO $9,999

Mr. Darius Anderson, San Francisco

Mr. Ted Balestreri, Monterey

Beverly & Stephen Becker, San Francisco

Mrs. John Edward Cahill, San Rafael

Mr. & Mrs. Newton A. Cope, San Francisco

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

Mrs. Morris M. Doyle, San Francisco

Mr. Richard Edwards, Oakland

Robb & Linda Evans, Bakersfield

Dorothy & Kenneth Gardner, Jr., Genoa

Mrs. Gloria Gordon Getty, San Francisco

Mr. Louis H. Heilbron, San Francisco

Mr. Preston B. Hotchkis, Santa Barbara

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

Drs. Maribelle & Stephen Leavitt, San Francisco

Mr. Hollis G. Lenderking, Palo Alto

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lent, San Rafael

Mr. Bill Leonard, Sacramento

Ms. Brenda Levin, Los Angeles

Mr. Robert S. Macfarlane, Jr., Olga, WA

Mr. Greg Martin, San Francisco

Mr. William S. McCreery, Hillsborough

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy, San Francisco

Mr. Fielding M. McGehee III & Dr. Rebecca Moore, San Diego

Mrs. Elaine McKeon, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. McLaughlin III, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. McNear, San Francisco

Mr. Robert A. McNeely, San Diego

Drs. Knox and Carlotta Mellon, Riverside

Mr. & Mrs. Burner Miller, Sacramento

Mr. Robert Folger Miller, Hillsborough

Mrs. Joseph Moore, San Francisco

Mr. Michael D. Newman, Los Angeles

Mrs. Diana Crocker Nouri, New York

Dr. Douglas K. Ousterhout, San Francisco

Elizabeth Partridge, Berkeley

Hon. Nancy & Mr. Paul Pelosi, San Francisco

Dr. Edith & Mr. George Piness, Mill Valley

Mr. Adolph Rosekrans, San Francisco

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

Mr. Donn R. Schoenmann, San Francisco

Mr. Porter Sesnon, Jr., Borrego Springs

Linda McDonald Turner, Carmel

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

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

David & Rene Whitehead, San Francisco

Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey, San Francisco

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

Mr. Victor C. Wykoff, Jr., Clements

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Zeigler, San Francisco

$500 TO $999

Mr. Michael Beasley, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Berry, San Francisco

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

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Christensen, Jr., Atherton

Mr. & Mrs. R. Warren Cleary, Laguna Beach

Mr. D. Michael Cullivan, Saint Louis

Mrs. Leonore Daschbach, Atherton

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Fish, Pasadena

Ms. Nancy S. Forster, Burlingame

Mr. George T. Gibson, Sacramento

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

Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Griffith, Jr., Belvedere

Mrs. Douglas Johnson, Belvedere

Mr. Tom Klein, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh L. Macneil, Pasadena

Dr. & Mrs. William Margaretten, Hillsborough

Mr. & Mrs. James Briggs McClatchy, Sacramento

Mrs. Milbank McFie, Santa Barbara

Mr. Peter Johnson Musto, San Francisco

Miss Mary E. Pike, Pasadena

Mr. & Mrs. David Potter, San Francisco

Mrs. Wanda Rees-Williams, San Rafael

Mr. …

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