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Thank You, New York Folklore Society Supporters!


2016 Membership, Individual Members

Camilla Ammirati, Rich Bala, Robert Baron, Dan Berggren, Gabrielle Berlinger, Robert Bethke, John Braungard, William F. Broderick, Simon Bronner, Joseph Bruchac, Margaret Bruchac, Elizabeth Burbach, Beverly Butcher, Karen Park Canning, Leona Chereshnoski, Lauren Clemente, William Clements, Charlotte Cohen, Helen Condon, Kathleen Condon, Joe Crookston, Evelyn D'Agostino, Leila Durkin, Lynn Ekfelt, Susan Eleuterio, Dolores N. Elliott, Eniko Farkas, Wanda Fischer, Sean Galvin, Wayne Getman, Helen Ghiradella, Ann Githler, Robert Godfried, Ann Green, James Hall, Eric Hamilton, Lee Haring, Susan Hengelsberg, Amy Hillick, Robert J. Hoffnung, Muriel Horowitz, Robert J. Kent, James Kimball, Rena Kosersky, Julie La Plante, Michael Leach, Joan Studer Levine, Adina Lipsitz, Maureen Loughran, Marsha MacDowell, Nicole Macotsis, Ruby L. Marcotte, Elena Martinez, Kathryn McCormick, Stanley McGaughey, Edward McGraw, Phyllis McNeill, Isa-Kae Meksin, Daniel M. Milner, Patricia Park, Jennifer Pearce, Preston Pierce, Annamarie Ramirez, Stanley and Christina Ransom, Paul Rosenberg, Dave Ruch, Boria Sax, Virginia Scheer, Ann Schlosser, Joseph Sciorra, Virginia Siegel, Cindy and Robert Skala, Diane Hale Smith, Amy Brook Snider, Emily Socolov, Nancy Solomon, Dare Thompson, Joan Uhrman, Zoe van Buren, Michael E. Vandow, Lynne Williamson, Kevin Wilson, Robert J. Wright, Steve Zeitlin

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Adirondack Folk School, American University, Arizona State University, Arkansas State University, Bloomsburg University, Brandeis University, Brooklyn College, Brown University, Cleveland Public Library, College of St. Rose, College of William and Mary, Colorado College, Columbia University, Crandall Public Library, CW Post Center, Duke University, East Meadow Public Library, Elmira College, Georg-August-Universitat, George Mason University, Hartwick College, Harvard College, Hofstra University, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Huntington Library, Indiana University, Jefferson Community College, Library of Congress, Marshall University, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Miami University, Michigan State University, Mid Country Public Library, Middlebury College , New York State Historical Association Library, New York State Library, New York University, Newberry Library, Ohio University, Onondaga County Public Library, Pennsylvania State University, Princeton University, Rochester Public Library, Saratoga Springs Public Library, Saugerties Public Library, Schenectady County Public Library, Skidmore College, SKS/Kirjasto Ethnologinen Osato, St. …

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