Donors


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

INDIVIDUALS

$50,000 and above

Anonymous

The Estate of J. Lowell Groves, San Francisco

$10,000 to $49,999

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Decker, Los Angeles

Mr. & Mrs. Reid W. Dennis, Woodside

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

Drs. Maribelle & Stephen Leavitt, San Francisco

Dr. & Mrs. Jay Levy, San Francisco

The Estate of Mr. Arthur Mejia, San Francisco

Ms. Jeanne S. Overstreet, Bennington, VT

$5,000 to $ 9,999

Sandy & Linda Alderson, Rancho Santa Fe

Jan Berckefeldt, Lafayette

Ms. Kevin Cartwright, Los Angeles

Mr. Robert Chattel, Sherman Oaks

Mr. Robert & Mrs. Kaye Hiatt, Mill Valley

Mr. Richard Hyde, Belvedere-Tiburon

Mr. Bill Leonard, Sacramento

Mr. Robert A. McNeely, San Diego

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

$1,000 to $4,999

Anonymous

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

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Bowles, San Francisco

Brian D. Call, Monterey

Mr. Rex M. Clack, San Francisco

Mr. David Crosson & Ms. Natalie Hala, San Francisco

Mr. Donald W. Davis, Belvedere

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

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Dolby, San Francisco

Dorothy & Kenneth Gardner Jr., Genoa, NV

Mrs. Gloria Gordon Getty, San Francisco

Mr. Charles Pollok Gibson, San Francisco Justice & Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, Pacific Palisades

Mr. Alfred Giuffrida & Ms. Pamela Joyner, San Francisco

Mr. Brad Goldstone, Novato

Mrs. Constance M. Goodyear Baron & Barry C. Baron M.D., San Francisco

Mr. Larry Gotlieb, Los Angeles

Mr. Kent Gray, Los Altos

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Hachman, Stockton

Mr. Fredric Hamber, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Head, San Jose

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E. Heller, Kentfield

Hon. Robert M. Hertzberg, Los Angeles

Mr. Austin E. Hills, San Francisco

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

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

Mr. Hollis G. Lenderking, La Honda

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Lent, San Rafael Jill & Joe Lervold, San Francisco

Ms. Linda Lee Lester, Gilroy

Mr. David & Mrs. Julie Levine, San Francisco

Mr. William S. McCreery, Hillsborough

Drs. Thomas & Jane McLaughlin, San Francisco

Drs. Knox & Carlotta Mellon, Riverside

Mr. Byron R. Meyer, San Francisco

Mr. Robert Folger Miller, Burlingame

Mr. Holbrook T. Mitchell, Napa

Mr. Mark A. Moore, Burlingame

Mr. Tim Muller, San Francisco

Mr. Peter Johnson Musto, San Francisco

Mrs. Rozell & Mr. P. L. Overmire, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Owens, San Francisco

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Paige, San Francisco

Rick & Laura Pfaff, San Francisco

Dr. Edith & Mr. George Piness, Mill Valley

Ms. Darlene Plumtree Nolte & Mr. Carl Nolte, San Francisco

Mrs. Cristina Rose, Los Angeles

Mrs. Benjamin H. Rose III, San Francisco

Mr. Adolph Rosekrans, Redwood City

Mr. Donn R. Schoenmann, San Francisco

Mr. Gary Sitzmann, Oakland

Richard Hollis Smart & Marilee Delyn Mifflyn, San Jose

H. Russell Smith, Pasadena

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

John & Andrea Van de Kamp, Pasadena

Mr. A.W.B. Vincent, Monte Carlo, Monaco

David & Rene Whitehead, Sebastopol

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