Donors


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

INDIVIDUALS

$10,000 and above

Mr. Jon Christensen, Palo Alto

Mr. Stephen LeSieur, San Francisco

Mrs. Jeanne S. Overstreet, Bennington, VT

Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock, San Francisco

$5,000 to $9,999

Mr. Sandy & Mrs. Linda Alderson, New York, NY

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

Mr. John E. Brown, Riverside

Mr. Yogen & Mrs. Peggy Dalai, Menlo Park

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

Mr. Thomas R. Owens, San Francisco

Ms. Helen Zukin, Beverly Hills

$1,000 to $4,999

Jan Berckefeldt, Lafayette

Mrs. May Blaisdell, Oakland

Bill & Claire Bogaard, Pasadena

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

Ms. Joanne E. Bruggemann, Redwood City

Mrs. John Edward Cahill, San Rafael

Brian D. Call, Monterey

Ms. Alice Carey, Pope Valley

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

Mr. Robert Chattel, Sherman Oaks

Mrs. Leonore Daschbach, Atherton

Mr. Bob David, A.I.A., San Francisco

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

Mr. & Mrs. Reid W. Dennis, Woodside

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Dolby, San Francisco

Mr. Bill & Mrs. Ilse L. Gaede, San Francisco

Mrs. Gloria Gordon Getty, San Francisco

Justice & Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, Pacific Palisades

Mr. Fredric Hamber, San Francisco

Erica Hartig Dubreuil, Upland

Mr. Robert & Mrs. Kaye Hiatt, Mill Valley

Mr. Austin E. Hills, San Francisco

Mr. Sean A. Johnston, San Francisco

Mr. George Kennedy, Santa Cruz

Drs. Maribelle & Stephen Leavitt, San Francisco

Mr. Hollis G. Lenderking, La Honda

Mr. Ray & Mrs. Lynn Lent, San Rafael

Linda Lee Lester, Gilroy

Mr. Bruce M. & Mrs. Cynthia Lubarsky, San Francisco

Ms. Loretta A. McClurg, San Mateo

Mr. William S. McCreery, Hillsborough

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

Ms. Mary Meeker, New York, NY

Drs. Knox & Carlotta Mellon, Carmel Highlands

Mr. Holbrook T. Mitchell, Napa

Mr. Steve Moore, Los Altos

Mr. Mark A. Moore, Burlingame

Mr. Ken Moore, Los Altos

Mr. Peter Johnson Musto, San Francisco

Constance Peabody, San Francisco

Rick & Laura Pfaff, San Francisco

Dr. Edith & Mr. George Piness, Mill Valley

Mrs. Cristina Rose, Los Angeles

Mr. Adolph Rosekrans, Redwood City

Mrs. Charlotte Schultz, San Francisco

Mr. 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

Mr. Peter Wiley, San Francisco

Mr. Walter J. Williams, San Francisco

Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey, San Francisco

Ms. Sheila Wishek, San Francisco

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

Mr. Paul M. Wythes, Palo Alto

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Zeigler, San Francisco

$500 to $999

Ms. Judith Avery, San Francisco

Mr. Milton Axt, San Francisco

Mr. Ted Balestreri, Monterey

Ms. Marie Bartee, San Francisco

Mr. Michael & Mrs. Marianne Beeman, Woodland

Janet F. Bollinger, Sacramento

Mr. Ernest A. Bryant, III, Santa Barbara

Mr. Ted Butmer, Sunol

Mrs. Park Chamberlain, Redwood City

Ms. …

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