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FIELD MUSEUM 

OF NATURAL HISTORY 

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Just as Field Museum owes its founding to the World's Columbian 
Exposition designed by architect and city planner Daniel P. Burnham, so 
the Museum building itself was also designed by Burnham. Surely, Burn- 
ham, who once said, "Make no little plans, they have no magic to stir 
men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized," would approve 
of the scope of the Museum's massive renovation and improvement pro- 
gram made possible by the successful completion of the Capital Cam- 
paign in December, 1974. 

Every department of the Museum has felt the impact of the project. In 
1975-1976, a two-year period filled with activity and achievement, the 
renovation has all but over-shadowed all else because of the multiple 
demands involved. To finance this huge undertaking a total of 
$12,623,925 was raised in gifts and pledges, which together with other 
funds qualified the Museum for a matching $13 million from the Chicago 
Park District bonding authority, bringing the grand total to more than 
$26 million. Yet, sizable though that sum is, there were doubts in 1974 
that it would be adequate to meet costs if inflation continued to spiral. At 
this writing, 85 per cent of the work has been contracted, 70 per cent of the 
funds have been committed, and it appears that our original goals are well 
within our grasp. Details of the progress and achievements of the improve- 
ment program are given on p. 24. 

Inflation is also a grave concern as we regard our operating fund. Field 
Museum, like most other museums in the nation, has been hard hit by 
inflation. Since a large proportion of our expenditures goes for salaries, our 
expenses must rise if the Museum is to meet its responsibilities to its staff. 
Yet income does not keep pace. 

While we are concerned with the financial and business aspects of oper- 
ating the vast Museum — as we must be, we never lose sight of the fact 
that the Museum exists to serve people through the sharing of its many 
treasures. It is this mandate to share that makes us reluctant to increase 
fees; we wish to make the Museum available to people at all economic 
levels. 

Field Museum is determined to continue to meet the needs of both a 
growing and interested public and of the scientific community. Keeping 
in mind this determination and the economic situation, the Board of 
Trustees and staff worked throughout 1975 to make a careful analysis 
and reassessment of the financial condition of the Museum and the funds 
needed to support its programs. As a result, a new fund-raising effort — 
Commitment to Distinction — was announced in 1976. Detailed informa- 
tion on the heartening early results of this important new effort is given 
below. 



Although we do not view the future with complacency, we believe that 
a sense of confidence is justified. The Museum's Trustees and members of 
the Women's Board, through their active support and leadership, do 
much to engender a belief in future success. Nearly 300 able volunteers 
demonstrate their involvement and concern through the generous gift of 
time and help greatly to ease our financial burden as they skillfully per- 
form an extraordinary variety of tasks. More than 26,000 members make 
their positive presence felt through letters, gifts, donations, and partici- 
pation in Museum programs. 

Field Museum is building now from a position of strength. Our renova- 
tion and improvement program is soundly financed. We are well 
equipped through our combination of talented staff and world-renowned 
collections to maintain and strengthen our long tradition of service. It 
has been said that a museum is what it has. We would prefer to have 
Field Museum of Natural History measured by what it does with what it 
has. 



Planning and Development 

Commitment to Distinction 

Throughout 1975 careful analysis and reassessment of the financial 
condition of the Museum and the funds needed to support its programs 
was made by the Board of Trustees working with Museum staff It was 
determined that over the five year period 1976 through 1980 Field Mu- 
seum will require $10.8 million in gifts, pledges, and new sources of 
income — over and above all other known sources — in order to meet its 
obligations and fulfill its responsibilities in education and research. The 
Museum's income is derived from several sources: income from endow- 
ment, membership fees, gifts, grants, admission fees, and tax support 
through the Chicago Park District. The runaway inflation of the early 
1970s has done much to create a gap between Museum income and costs. 
To bridge that gap and establish a position of economic stability, the 
Museum has embarked upon a new fund-raising program — Commitment 
to Distinction. Bowen Blair, partner, William Blair & Company and chair- 
man of Field Museum's Resource Planning and Development Committee, 
has been named general chairman of this campaign. 

Commitment to Distinction is organized into three major divisions: 
Individual Gifts, Corporate and Foundation Gifts, and Estate Planning. 
Mr. Blair is chairman of Corporate and Foundation Gifts and, with ap- 
proximately 40 volunteer corporate executives, began work late in 1976. 
Gordon Bent, partner, Bacon, Whipple & Company, chairs the Individual 




Museum President E. Leiand Webber, the late Mayor Richard J. Daley, and Alderman 
Michael Bilandic (left to right) at the opening of the exhibit "Man in His Environment." 

Gifts division. William H. Mitchell, honorary chairman of Mitchell, 
Hutchins & Co., is chairman of the Estate Planning Program and Wil- 
liam R. Dickinson, Jr., partner, Wilson and Mcllvaine, and Hugo J. Mel- 
voin, partner, Mayer, Piatt & Brown, are co-chairmen of this important 
program. 

The recognition that institutions cannot indefinitely seek increased 
percentages of campaign funding from individuals and corporations was 
a major reason for formally inaugurating the Estate Planning Program. 
In 1976 the initial act of this program was the surveying of the Museum 
membership to determine the bequest expectancies and to offer materials 
to the members concerning long-range needs of the Museum. This pro- 
gram will not terminate with the close of the five-year Commitment to 
Distinction but will become an integral part of the Planning and Develop- 
ment Department's on-going support programs. Further information on 
Contributions and Bequests is given on p. 34. 

Early leadership gifts and pledges to the Commitment to Distinction 
Program during 1975 and 1976 totalled more than $1,700,000. These in- 
cluded: 

Benefactors: Individuals — The Crown family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Kroc, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tieken. Corporations and Foundations — 
Amoco Foundation, The Chicago Community Trust, Continental Bank 
Foundation and The Joyce Foundation. 



Major Donors: Individuals — Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bent, Lora Gallegher 
Charitable Trust, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 
A. Davidson (The Sterling Morton Charitable Trust), The Richards Foun- 
dation, Mrs. Clive Runnells, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Searle, and Mr. and 
Mrs. William L. Searle. 

Corporations and Foundations — Robert R. McCormick Charitable 
Trust, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, and Arthur Young & Com- 
pany. 

During 1975 and 1976 major bequests to the endowment were received 
from the estates of J. Lester Cunningham and Adolph Emil Marx. An 
exceedingly generous bequest from Chester Tripp, a long-time friend of 
the Museum, created the Chester D. Tripp Endowment Fund to support 
the research and educational activities of the Museum. The fund became 
the largest new endowment fund of the last decade; while providing the 
funds to better serve the community, it will memorialize a distinguished 
Chicagoan who committed much of his wealth for the betterment of his 
city. 



Board of Trustees 

The validity of the reorganization of the Board of Trustees, recorded in 
the last report, was repeatedly demonstrated during the last two years, as 
the six committees thereby created worked regularly and effectively. 
Although policy creation and problem solving were the principal activi- 
ties of the committees, the greatest tangible benefit was the bringing to- 
gether of Trustees, Women's Board members, and staff in continuing 
communication. The decision-making processes of the Museum have been 
greatly strengthened as a consequence. 

In May, 1976 Blaine J. Yarrington, who had served as President since 
1974, was elected Board Chairman and E. Leland Webber was named 
President of Field Museum. 

The following trustees were elected to the Board during the period cov- 
ered in this report: George R. Baker, executive vice president, General 
Banking Services Group, Continental Illinois Corporation; O. C. Davis, 
president. Peoples Gas Company; James*J. O'Connor, executive vice pres- 
ident. Commonwealth Edison Company; James H. Ransom, principal, 
McKinsey & Company; and Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken. 

Upon her election as President of the Women's Board, Mrs. Joseph E. 
Rich replaced Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelley II as a Trustee for a term con- 
current with her term as President of the Women's Board. 




Mrs. Hermon Dunlap Smith (left) was honored at the Women's Board annual meeting in 
1976. Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelley II completed her term of office as president at this same 
meeting. 

Women's Board 

The year 1976 marked the tenth anniversary of Field Museum's Wom- 
en's Board. That the decade has been active and full is amply documented 
in Mrs. Hermon Dunlap Smith's detailed article "Tenth Anniversary for 
Women's Board" in the June, 1976 Bulletin. Mrs. Smith, the founder of 
the Women's Board, was honored at the Board's annual meeting on May 
11, 1976. 

In the past two years, the Board's calendar has been marked with a 
number of important events. The gala event for 1975 was a dinner on 
April 17 previewing the opening of the exhibit "Ancient Ecuador: Cul- 
ture, Clay and Creativity 3,000-300 B.C." On November 7, 1975 the 
Women's Board sponsored a Bicentennial Celebration to herald the 
opening of the major exhibit, "Man in His Environment," and on June 16, 
1976 the Board hosted a reception to open "Between Friends/Entre 
Amis." 

As in the past. Board members have been involved in a variety of Mu- 
seum activities. At the close of 1976 three Women's Board members were 
also members of the Board of Trustees; nine served on Trustee commit- 
tees. 



Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelley II, an energetic and multi-talented presi- 
dent, completed her term of office at the 1976 annual meeting. She was 
succeeded by Mrs. Joseph E. Rich, who ably continues the development 
and growth of the Women's Board. 

In January, 1976 Virginia M. Straub, who was the Board's excellent 
Secretary since 1968, retired. Alexandra Mente succeeded her as Secre- 
tary. 



The Programs 

Scientific Programs 

Anthropology Botany Geology Zoology 

Research and Publication 

Motion pictures and popular fiction have done much to romanticize 
Museum expeditions. In fact, at the turn of the century — in what has 
been called "the age of museums" — enormous expeditions involving Mu- 
seum personnel, hundreds of porters, and field workers and producing lit- 
erally tons of specimens and artifacts were very real. Rising costs, gov- 
ernment restrictions, international relationships, advancing civilization, 
and technological progress are among the factors that have made such 
elaborate expeditions obsolete. Smaller-scaled field trips with specific 
research objectives are now the general rule. 

In 1976, Field Museum launched a major expedition: The Western Aus- 
tralian Field Program, the largest and most complex collecting expedi- 
tion undertaken by Field Museum since the Philippine Zoological Expe- 
dition of 1946. In co-operation with the Western Australia Museum, 
Perth, Field Museum scientists — Alan Solem, Curator of Invertebrates; 
John Engel, Donald Richards Visiting Assistant Curator of Bryology; 
John Kethley, Associate Curator of Insects; William D. Turnbull, Curator 
of Fossil Mammals — are investigating aspects of the biology of both the 
Kimberly region in northwest Australia and southern coastal areas of that 
great continent. The Kimberly area is expected to yield hundreds of new 
species and, even more importantly, a greater understanding of the distri- 
bution and ecology of organisms in that area. Because the Kimberly is so 
isolated and difficult of access, very thinly settled, and not yet exploited 
economically, even basic collecting surveys have not been made before. 



The first group going into the field was led by Mr. and Mrs. William S. 
Street, Field Associates who have led several previous mammal-col- 
lecting expeditions to Alaska, Peru, and the Middle East. The party 
included Dr. F. Lukoschus, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, The 
Netherlands, Laurel E. Keller, Assistant, Division of Mammals and 
several graduate students from Australia. 

As might be expected, fielding the Western Australian Expedition with 
its many participants and logistical problems has been a very expensive 
undertaking. Funds for the trip came from the Museum's operating fund, a 
generous gift from Mr. and Mrs. Street, and research grants from the 
National Science Foundation to Solem and to Engle. Turnbull's work was 
supported by a grant from the National Geographic Society and the Mu- 
seum. 

Another major field program was initiated in 1976 by the Department 
of Anthropology. A new member of the staff, Michael Moseley, Associate 
Curator of Middle and South American Archaeology and Ethnology, has 
begun excavations in the Moche Valley of Peru's northern desert. During 
the period 800 to 1,400 A.D., this very arid, now thinly settled area con- 
tained a large human population organized into cities and supporting agri- 
cultural areas. Agriculture is virtually impossible in this region today 
without irrigation and there is no known reason to believe that the climate 
was different 1,000 years ago. How can one explain the existence of large 
populations in the area at that time without assuming the existence of an 
efficient irrigation system? Dr. Moseley's previous excavations in and 
around the ancient city of Chan Chan, the capital of the Chimu empire, 
revealed a complex system of irrigation canals. 

In 1976 Moseley shifted the site of his work to the Moche Valley, the 
locale of the Moche state, the predecessor of the Chimu. This new work, 
supported by a major research grant from the National Science Founda- 
tion, has already uncovered evidence that this now-vanished society 
probably had 40 per cent more land under cultivation than is farmed 
today in this same area even with modern irrigational technology and 
strategy. Further, there is good reason to believe the Moche manipulated 
both surface and ground water systems in a highly sophisticated manner. 
It is sobering to consider that agricultural productivity was probably 
greater 1,000 years ago than it is today. 

Matthew Nitecki, Curator of Fossil Invertebrates, has also been trying 
to unravel a historical tangle. His problem goes back about 450 million 
years and concerns a puzzling group of marine organisms — the receptacu- 
litids. Fossils of these organisms have been found in abundance in many 
parts of the world, but until recently their relationships to other groups 
has been a matter of debate. For a long time, and even as late as 1973, 
receptaculitids were thought to be sponges of a peculiar sort. However, 



recently Nitecki and others have shown that receptaculitids are, in fact, 
related to certain living groups of green algae. That shift in knowledge 
resulted from both work in the field and studies in laboratories. Dr. Ni- 
tecki, who has collected receptaculitids in a number of areas, worked in 
the Appalachian Mountains in 1975 and in 1976 examined specimens in 
museums in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, England, France, Norway, 
and Sweden. 

What is the scientific significance of this advance in knowledge? If re- 
ceptaculitids were green algae, they produced organic food on which 
other organisms fed. If they were sponges and, hence, animals, they fed 
on material produced by other creatures. Thus, our view of the role of re- 
ceptaculitids, which were important structural elements of ancient reefs, 
has been turned upside down. We have to let that new view settle a bit in 
our minds before we know how many new questions it will pose for stu- 
dents of the ecology of ancient seas. 

In December, 1976 Edward J. Olsen, Chairman, Department of Ge- 
ology and Curator of Mineralogy, left on America's first search for meteor- 
ites in Antarctica. With Dr. William Cassidy, University of Pittsburgh, 
Olsen was part of a team whose efforts were financed by the National Sci- 
ence Foundation. 

All in all, 1975-1976 was a remarkably active period for field work. A 
complete list of field trips conducted by members of the scientific staff fol- 
lows: 

Department of Anthropology 

Archaeological exploration and excavation: 

Indonesia B. Bronson (two trips) 

Peru and Bolivia M. E. Moseley 

Solomon Islands and Papua/New Guinea J. E. Terrell 

Department of Botany 

Collection of flowering plants: 

Costa Rica W. C. Burger 

Mexico, South Asia, Africa and South-central 

United States R. B. Faden 

Collection of mosses and liverworts: 

Chile, Costa Rica, and Australia J.J. Engel 

Collection of fungi: 

Colorado P. Ponce de Leon 

Field studies on pollination: 

Costa Rica, Panama, and Peru H. A. Kennedy 

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Department of Geology 

Collection of invertebrate fossils: 

Illinois G. C. Baird and E. S. Richardson 

Collection of vertebrate fossils: 

Oklahoma and Texas J. R. Bolt (tw^o trips) 

Wyoming and Australia W. D. Turnbull 

Collection of meteorites: 

Antarctica E. J. Olsen 

Examination of metamorphic slates: 

Pennsylvania B. G. Woodland 

Collection of fossil algae: 

Western and Central United States M. E. Nitecki 

Department of Zoology 

Ecological studies on amphibians and reptiles: 

Malaysia and Indonesia H. K. Voris 

Evolutionary studies on mammals: 

Peru and Illinois J. J. Pizzimenti 

Collection of fishes: 

Honduras R. K. Johnson 

Peru G. S. Glodek 

Collection of marine invertebrates: 

Southeast United States C. C. Jones 

Collection of land snails: 

Australia and Illinois A. Solem 

Collection of mites and insects: 

Australia and Illinois J. B. Kethley 

Collection of mammals: 

Australia L. E. Keller 

This biennium was a landmark period for another major Museum re- 
search program with a strong field component. The "Flora of Guatemala," 
a serialized publication of Fieldiana: Botany, was completed, except for 
the printing of the index, after 30 years of work. The flora, which ap- 
peared in 12 parts and totalled 5,697 pages plus the 266 page index, is the 
only documented account of the vegetation of Guatemala and will be 
useful also in adjacent areas of Central America. It was based almost ex- 
clusively on 78,000 specimens collected during 10 field trips by three 
former staff members. Dr. Louis O. Williams, now Curator Emeritus, Dr. 
Julian A. Steyermark, and the late Dr. Paul C. Standley, and by Field 

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Dr. Louis O. Williams and Terua Williams at work proofreading the index to the "Flora of 
Guatemala" in the autumn of 1976. Dr. Williams was the author of much of the flora and 
Mrs. Williams compiled the extensive index. 

Associate Ing. Agr. Antonio Molina R. It is a tribute to Dr. Williams' en- 
ergy and productivity, as well as his botanical abilities, that he has 
brought this vast project to its most satisfactory conclusion. 

Much of Dr. Williams' recent work on this flora has been supported by 
National Science Foundation (NSF) research grants. Also, the costs of the 
last three issues of the "Flora of Guatemala," as well as "Ferns and Fern 
Allies of Guatemala" by Robert Stolze, were partially covered by a publi- 
cation grant to Dr. Williams from the National Science Foundation. 

Alan Solem also received a research grant as well as a grant from the 
NSF for the partial support of the publication of his monumental study 
Endodontoid Land Snails from Pacific Islands. Impressive in scope, this 
folio-sized monograph published by Field Museum includes 208 
illustrations — many of artistic as well as scientific merit — in its 1,510 
pages. 

The publishing program at Field Museum was particularly active in 
the years 1975-1976. In addition to producing the Solem monograph and 
the concluding text of the "Flora of Guatemala," the Museum's four Field- 
iana series issued 48 titles, 3,521 pages. In 1976 alone, 2,418 pages were 
published — the highest one-year total in 35 years. Altogether, in the past 
two years the Museum's staff published 110 scientific papers and books. 

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The range of staff research and publication outlets is most evident from the 
list of publications given on pp. 26-34. 

In 1975 Field Museum published the very popular and well received 
Ancient Ecuador: Culture, Clay and Creativity, 3,000 to 300 B.C. by 
Donald W. Lathrap, Donald Collier, and Helen Chandra. This publication 
is divided into two parts: the first, by Lathrap, presents a synthesis of 
archaeological research in Ecuador; the second part is a catalog of the 
temporary exhibit of the same name. (For further information on this 
exhibit, see p. 22.) This profusely illustrated volume features text in both 
Spanish and English. 



Study Collections 



The steadily growing collections of Field Museum — now topping a total 
of 13 million specimens — have made the present program of renovation 
and improvement particularly urgent. Climate control is vital to pre- 
serve the collections and simple space is needed to house them. Two light- 
wells — one in the Department of Zoology and one in the Department of 
Anthropology — are now in the process of being converted to storage 
space. 

Previous reports have dealt with the growth of the Museum's collec- 
tions and have noted special acquisitions. Now we would like to review 
collection growth over a much longer period — the last 30 years, in fact. 
The year 1946 formed a dividing line in the history of the Museum's 
collections. Following the original formation of the reference collections 
after the World Colombian Exposition of 1893, we entered a period of rel- 
atively steady growth until World War II. There was then a slight pause 
in the accumulation of specimens. Then, at the end of that war and 
shortly thereafter, several things occurred that led to a spurt in the rate 
of collection growth. 

First, support of basic research by the federal government, mainly by 
the National Science Foundation, increased funds available for field work 
by scientists, including those on the Museum's staff. Second, the collec- 
tions of Field Museum reached a size and significance that gave them the 
power to act as a magnet, as it were. Scientists whose field work was sup- 
ported by government funds thought of Field Museum as an appropriate 
repository for their collections. Private collectors from around the 
country and even overseas gave or offered to sell their collections to the 
Museum. Universities no longer able or willing to maintain large collec- 
tions transferred them to Field Museum. The jump in growth that began 
about 1946 and that has continued to the present time has resulted in an 
overall quadrupling of the collections, though the increase has varied 
among departments: 

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1946 1976 

Department Number of Specimens 

Anthropology 348,312 440,431 

Botany 1,195,648 2,029,159 

Geology 407,430 1,681,700 

Zoology 1,373,000 9,622,000 

Totals 3,324,390 13,773,290 

Differences among the departments reflect the ease or difficulty of col- 
lecting specimens, as well as the effect of unique events. All of the means 
by which specimens are acquired — purchase, bequest, gift, transfer, and 
field work — have contributed to the increased rate of collection growth, 
as may be seen in the examples that follow: 

Purchases: 

The Capt. and Mrs. A.W.F. Fuller Collection of ethnographic material 
from Oceania and Africa acquired in 1958. Capt. Fuller and, after his 
death, Mrs. Fuller have also given the Museum significant additional 
material. The renowned Fuller Collection of 7,365 artifacts represents 
the most important accession of this 30-year interval in the Department 
of Anthropology . 

The Walter N. Koelz collection of birds from the Indian subcontinent 
and the Himalayan area obtained in 1956. These 20,400 bird skins filled 
an important gap in our Division of Birds collections, which are now gen- 
uinely cosmopolitan. 

Bequests: 

The Jerry Herdina collection of plant and animal fossils of the Coal Age 
from the strip mine area of Illinois received in 1974. Remarkably diverse 
and representative, this collection of 14,000 specimens provides critical 
material for research. 

The Josef N. Knull collection of 83,000 wood boring beetles of North 
Amej'ica received in 1976. This is a particularly valuable collection for 
research purposes because it is so complete in terms of species (2,700) and 
because of the habitat information associated with the specimens. 

Gifts: 

The Elmer J. and Donald Richards collection of cryptogamic 
plants. Most of these 106,000 specimens are mosses and liverworts, and 
this material, received over a 15-year period, has made the Museum's 
collection of these plants one of the most significant of this class in the 
nation. 

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The A. S. Koto and Adele Koto Bedell collection of marine mollusks 
acquired in 1974. These 82,000 shells are world-wide in origin, with an 
especially good representation of minute species from the Key West area. 

Transfers from other institutions: 

The Walker Museum, University of Chicago, collection of fossils- 
725,000 specimens. This is by far the largest accession in the history of 
our Department of Geology and was received in 1964-1965. The Univer- 
sity of Chicago decided that Field Museum was better equipped than it to 
maintain this enormous and scientifically important collection. 

The Drake University collection of mosses obtained in 1976. As in the 
preceding case, a university decided that the nation's research resource 
needs would be better served if this material was deposited in a large 
natural history museum. The presence of the Richards collection men- 
tioned above served as a magnet for the Drake collection. Although it is 
small compared to the others mentioned here, the Drake collection is 
nonetheless important because of the previous studies based on it. 

Field work by Museum staff: 

Department of Botany staff collections made in 1946-1976 in Central 
America. Approximately 92,000 specimens were added to the depart- 
ment's holdings through staff field work. 

Division of Insects staff collections of minute insects obtained in the 
years 1965-1976 with the use of a Berlese funnel, a special collecting de- 
vice. Each individual collection represents a sample, mainly from soil and 
litter of forest floor in various parts of the United States. The presence of 
this unique assemblage has led a number of entomologists to deposit 
their Berlese samples in the Division of Insects. As a result, the Division 
now has approximately 5,000,000 specimens in Berlese samples alone. 
These specimens are in addition to the 9,622,000 specimens in the orga- 
nized collections. 

One of the important characteristics of these major accessions, particu- 
larly those acquired by purchase, gift, or bequest, is that most of them 
represent a life-time of effort by one or two people. We know from corre- 
spondence and conversations that the reputation of Field Museum's refer- 
ence collections was a critical factor in the decision to deposit those collec- 
tions here. 

Two of the accessions listed above were received during 1975-1976, the 
Knull collection of beetles and the Drake University collection of mosses. 
Other significant accessions in this period included: 

— 159 ethnographic objects, mostly featherwork, from tropical forest 
peoples of Brazil, as a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. VanZelst. In 

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A stylized model of a pterosaur which was fashioned of aluminum tubing, plywood, and ny- 
lon fabric seemed to soar over Stanley Field Hall in June, 1 976. 

addition to containing many beautiful artifacts, this collection 
broadens greatly our representation of work by forest tribes. 

— 1,391 samples of mosses and related plants from Alaska purchased 
from Marko Lewis. Many rare species, including a number of species 
not previously reported from Alaska, are represented. 

— ^23 specimens of fossil trilobites, a group of invertebrates that has been 
extinct for about 100,000,000 years. Most of these fossils, given to the 
Museum by Riccardo Levi-Setti, University of Chicago and Museum 
Research Associate, were illustrated in his recent book, Trilobites, a 
Photographic Atlas. 

— 16 fossils of rare primitive fish given by F. A. Greene. These fossils 
from the Coal Age (about 300 million years ago) represent a new 
species being described by Eugene Richardson, Curator of Fossil 
Invertebrates, and David Bardack, University of Illinois (Chicago 
Circle) and Museum Research Associate. 

— ^21,000 marine and freshwater fishes from Belize, Central America 
collected and given to the Museum by Dr. and Mrs. David Greenfield. 
Dr. Greenfield is a Research Associate of the Department of Zoology. 

The importance of the Museum's reference collections continues to 
draw financial support for these collections from the Research Resources 
Program of the National Science Foundation. In addition to the existing 



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NSF Curatorial support grants to the Department of Botany and to the 
Divisions of Insects and Mammals, both in the Department of Zoology, in 
1976 our Division of Fishes received notice of a three-year grant of 
$106,500. All of these grants provide funds for generally similar pur- 
poses: salaries for additional supporting staff whose major activities are 
to prepare and catalogue specimens to make them available for study by 
scientists. In addition, these grants have provided a total of $306,907 for 
collection shelving and cases. This last item has been very important in 
assisting the Museum to complete its building renovation program. 

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) also contributed to collec- 
tion support during 1975-1976 with a grant of $94,150 for shelving in the 
new collection storage facility of the Department of Anthropology. The 
moving of the anthropological collection into the new facility, which is a 
major element in the Museum's current building program, will also be 
assisted by two additional NEA grants made late 1976; one of these will 
provide the services of Donald Collier, Curator Emeritus, to supervise the 
move and the second will allow for duplication of the card catalogue, an 
essential step in the process. 

Use of the reference collections by persons not on our staff continues at 
a high rate. In 1975-1976, the scientific departments made 950 loans of 
124,817 specimens to scientists at universities and museums throughout 
the United States and abroad. About 25 per cent of those loans were for 
the use of graduate students. In addition, 1,230 scientists and 1,182 uni- 
versity students visited the Museum to consult with our staff or to ex- 
amine specimens. 

Staff Changes 

Donald Collier, Curator, Middle and South American Archaeology and 
Ethnology, retired in 1976 after 35 years on the scientific staff. We are 
pleased that Dr. Collier will still be available on a consulting basis. 

Joining the curatorial staff during this period are: Michael Moseley, 
Associate Curator, Middle and South American Archaeology and Ethnolo- 
gy, whose research has been discussed on p. 7; Gordon C. Baird, Assistant 
Curator, Fossil Invertebrates; Robert B. Faden, Assistant Curator, Vascu- 
lar Plants; and Helen A. Kennedy, Assistant Curator, Vascular Plants. 
Baird's research interest is in the factors affecting deposition of sediments 
and preservations of fossils. Faden and Kennedy are both working on 
tropical plants — Dr. Faden concentrating on the relationships of species of 
the family Commelinaceae and Dr. Kennedy on pollination mechanisms of 
prayer plants, the Marantaceae. 

We regret to report the death of Ferdinand Huysmans. A skillful Mu- 
seum photographer for 12 years and scanning-electron-microscope tech- 

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Jacob Thomas, noted Iroquois ceremonial leader, demonstrating mask-carving for sum- 
mer Museum visitors. 

nician since 1973, he died December 30, 1976. He will be remembered for 
his conscientious dedication and pride in the Museum. 



Education Programs 



During the last four years the Department of Education has been de- 
veloping new programs in an attempt to broaden the meaning of museum 
education and to increase the scope of Field Museum's services to the 
community. The Department has placed heavy emphasis on new pro- 
grams for families and adults while not neglecting the more traditional 
services to children in school groups. 



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Youngster testing the age-old fascination of listening for the sea in the Museum's new 
"Place for Wonder." (Photo courtesy of the The Times, Hammond. Ind.) 

Certain of the new programs have proven so successful that they have 
quickly moved from experimental to established. For example, in our 
previous report we mentioned the immediate popularity of the local one- 
day field trips of the Ray A. Kroc Environmental Education Program. 
During 1975-1976, 2,413 people participated in these field trips to a va- 
riety of natural and developed sites in the Chicago area. As an illustra- 
tion of the popularity of these field trips, we received deposits for three 
times as many places as could be accommodated by the spring, 1976 trips. 

The success of this program encouraged us to expand adult-oriented 
offerings and a program of evening courses for adults was initiated. These 
courses, begun in the fall of 1975, run for six weeks each and are usually 



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taught by members of our scientific staff who rely on the exhibits and 
specimens from the collections for illustrative material. Subject matter of 
the courses has varied from oceanography to fossils and from landscape 
photography to archaeology of ancient Egypt. There are three sessions 
each year — winter, spring, and fall — and enrollment is usually limited to 
30 per course to allow for good exchange between instructor and students. 
Total enrollment in the four six-week-course series held to date (one in 
1975 and three in 1976) was 918. Participants vary widely in age, level of 
sophistication, and residence. They do not vary in their general enthu- 
siasm; there are many repeaters. Staff support for this program, which is 
clearly here to stay, has come from the Ray A. Kroc Fund. 

Another new program that has quickly established itself is the week- 
end Discovery Program. Trained volunteers assisted by our staff plan and 
conduct guided tours and participatory "hands-on" programs in the ex- 
hibit halls on weekends. The most popular have been tours on Ancient 
Egypt and Early Man, live snake demonstrations, and clay dinosaur 
modeling. Thirty-eight volunteers have provided these opportunities for 
about 40,000 persons, mainly in family groups. 

Films shown on Fridays and weekends constitute another means of 
broadening the kinds of experiences available to visitors in the Museum. 
In 1975-1976 two famous film series, "Ascent of Man" and "Tribal Eye," 
were presented. In addition, as part of the programming related to "Man 
in His Environment," environmental films were shown between Novem- 
ber, 1975 and December, 1976. To illustrate the care that goes into se- 
lecting films for these programs, over 300 environmental films were pre- 
viewed by curators and education staff before choosing the 51 shown to 
our visitors. Altogether 11,042 people saw the three film series. 

Our only continuing programming for adults prior to 1973 was the 
Ayer Lecture Series, which has been an important part of Saturdays at 
Field Museum for thousands of Chicagoans for many years. The format of 
this series had to be drastically changed late in 1974 because the tempo- 
rary closing of Simpson Theatre, in connection with the building renova- 
tion, forced the program into a much smaller room. As an interim mea- 
sure, curators of the Museum staff presented illustrated lectures on their 
own field work. When Simpson Theatre was re-opened in October, 1976, 
the customary programming of visiting lecturers was resumed. 

Late in December, 1976 the Department of Education opened the 
"Place for Wonder." Designed for visitors of all ages and particularly 
well-suited to family groups, this facility provides Museum specimens 
that can be handled. The small — by Museum standards — room is fur- 
nished with three-drawer "work areas" where specimens and artifacts 
are fully accessible. Visitors select the materials that interest them — 



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seed pods, animal skins, or hats from around the world, for example — and 
examine the specimens using magnifiers and suggestion sheets as aids. 
"Place for Wonder," partially funded by a generous gift from the Service 
Club of Chicago, adds the sense of touch to Museum exhibits and has been 
an instant success. 

The Department of Education has also been trying to broaden and 
strengthen its services to school children by preparing new Museum ma- 
terials and by improving services to teachers in the belief that any help 
given the teachers will improve the experience their students have in the 
Museum. To this end printed guide sheets suggesting activities that can 
take place before, during, or after a Museum visit are being sent to 
teachers upon request. Since these materials became available in the fall 
of 1976, the Department has received between 100 and 150 requests per 
week for them from teachers. 

The Department has also established a system of volunteers, called 
Facilitators, who meet each in-coming school group at the entrance. 
These volunteers, who receive special training on exhibits, programs, 




LaDonna Whitmer of the North Shore Weaver's Guild working at a handcrafted two-harness 
Mexican floor loom in the Museum's South Lounge. Guild members volunteer to demon- 
strate spinning and weaving throughout the year. 



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materials, and general logistics, are available to answer questions from 
teachers and students, and to suggest activities for teachers who have not 
made special plans for their class visit. 

The new Museum materials to which we referred are designed and pre- 
pared by the staff of the Harris Extension, a division of the Department of 
Education. Staff and volunteers produced 528 of these small packages of 
specimens, slides, magnifiers, and printed sheets in various combinations 
during 1975-1976. These kits supplement the larger, glass-enclosed cases 
which Harris Extension circulates on a rotating basis to 380 Chicago 
schools. The new materials are made available on a pick-up loan basis to 
day-care and community centers, schools, and public libraries throughout 
the metropolitan area; 685 such loans were made in 1975-1976. Ten 
centers — school district offices, teacher resource centers, and one public 
library — scattered through the city and suburbs and serving 222 schools 
began acting as distribution points in 1976, easing considerably the task 
of getting the material into the hands of the ultimate user. 

Attendance by school groups at the Museum has declined again, this 
biennium by 15 per cent. We know of several developments — diminished 
federal funding, reduction in enrollments, decreases in school budgets, 
increases in bus rental costs — that account for the decline. Disruption of 
some favored exhibition halls and the closing of others due to the building 
renovation program has discouraged some teachers from bringing their 
classes to the Museum. Probably all of these have been contributing fac- 
tors. Although we can do little to affect the external factors, there are 
ways of making Field Museum's educational program more important to 
local school systems. The more active distribution of Museum materials 
in useful formats, the system just described, is one way. Also under devel- 
opment is an attempt to make more explicit the connection between Field 
Museum exhibits and school curricula. This approach involves identi- 
fying specific parts of the curricula that relate to Museum exhibit areas, 
preparing correlated materials and explaining and demonstrating their 
significance to teachers in workshops. Fifteen meetings of this sort were 
held in 1976 with 1,045 teachers participating. 

Field Museum staff are committed to the idea that the institution has a 
unique, valuable role to play in formal and informal education. In 1975- 
1976 we believe we made significant progress in increasing community 
awareness of Field Museum as a place for adult education, but affecting 
the elementary and secondary school systems is much more difficult. 
Aware of the need to make better progress in this area, we are encour- 
aged by the confidence in our programs expressed by the Illinois Arts 
Council. The council has made two grants, totalling $49,500, to the De- 
partment of Education. 



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Although it is not labeled as an educational program, the Museum's 
volunteer program may be the best in-depth educational experience we 
offer. Over the years a number of volunteers have become genuine ex- 
perts in areas as diverse as deep-sea fishes and Chinese rubbings. We 
hope that all of the volunteers are enriched by their experience at the 
Museum. Certainly the Museum is enriched by them. During 1975- 
1976 volunteers, who are listed on p. 78, contributed 61,531 hours — the 
equivalent of 35 man-years. 



The Library 



The steady increase in demand on services of the Library noted over 
the past 10 years appears to be leveling off. For the first time in six years, 
total circulation, number of visitors to the Library, and traffic in inter- 
library loans dropped compared to the previous biennium. Nonetheless, 
demands for these services are still significantly higher than they were in 
1970. 

In the 1973-1974 Report we noted that the sharp rise in cost of publica- 
tions within a two-year period had forced a cut in our purchases. The rise 
in costs continue; the average cost per title in 1976 was 63 per cent higher 
than in 1974. The impact is clear: the 4,363 volumes purchased in 1975- 
1976 represent a 20 per cent cut over the previous biennium. Fortu- 
nately, several persons have recently made generous gifts to the Museum 
for purchase of books. The Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner Library Fund 
has been established by means of continuing gifts from Mr. and Mrs. 
Wagner and this enabled the Library to acquire 59 volumes in 1976. Mr. 
and Mrs. Donald Peters made a gift for the purchase of books in honor of 
the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Staehle. 

Dr. Henry Field has presented his library on Western Asia to the Mu- 
seum. This remarkable and comprehensive collection contains many rare 
books and non-print materials. Over 500 of Dr. Field's volumes have al- 
ready been catalogued and shelved with many more to be processed. 

A much-needed new rare book room is being constructed, aided by a 
generous gift from Mrs. Clive Runnells, that will provide a climate-con- 
trolled environment for the Museum's fine collection of rare books on 
natural history. 



Exhibition Program 



The major exhibition event of 1975-1976 was the opening of "Man in 
His Environment" in November, 1975, for which the largest single gift 
came from Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Kroc. Public reaction to this semi-perma- 



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nent exhibit has been favorable and, during its first few months — while 
close counts were being kept — approximately 40 per cent of the persons 
visiting the Museum toured "Man in His Environment." A smaller ver- 
sion of this exhibit was designed to travel to other museums. Travel ar- 
rangements are being handled by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibit Service, which has already booked showings in 12 cities, from 
Baltimore and Philadelphia to San Francisco and from Nashville to 
Edmonton, Alberta. The film from this exhibit has been shown on Chica- 
go's public television station, WTTW, and arrangements have been made 
to feature it on regional public television networks. 

The heavy reliance of "Man in His Environment" on film represents a 
departure from our traditional exhibit philosophy. It is not likely that we 
will produce other exhibits in this style. Our specimens and artifacts will 
continue to be the foundation of our exhibits. For example, staff is now 
engaged in planning a new permanent exhibit based on our Eskimo and 
Northwest Coast Indian artifacts, which are among our most prized and 
beautiful collections. The objects will dominate the new hall. 

The temporary exhibit program in this two-year span has been a mix- 
ture of large and small exhibits, some prepared by our own staff and 
others borrowed. Perhaps the most important in terms of its content was 
"Ancient Ecuador: Culture, Clay, and Creativity 3,000-300 B.C." Orga- 
nized by Donald Collier, now Curator Emeritus, and produced by our 
Department of Exhibition, this exhibit was the first showing outside of 
Ecuador of ceramics produced there as long ago as 3,000 B.C. After its 
closing here, the exhibit was shown at museums in New York, Washing- 
ton, Urbana, Kansas City, and Phoenix and received critical acclaim 
at each one. A 110-page catalog, with text in both Spanish and 
English, was published by Field Museum to accompany this exhibit. 
Further information on the catalog is given on p. 11. 

Other temporary exhibits produced by our staff included "19th Century 
Alaskan Eskimo Art" and "Male and Female: Anthropology Game." Nei- 
ther of these was intended to travel. The former displayed material from 
the study collections, one of the main objectives of a temporary exhibit 
program. "Male and Female: Anthropology Game" is a by-product of one 
of the more successful curator-devised displays for Members' Night. 

Among temporary exhibits prepared by others, "Between Friends/ 
Entre Amis," a major photographic exhibit presented to the people of the 
United States as a bicentennial gift from the Government of Canada, was 
outstanding. We were proud to have been selected as the site for the first 
showing of this beautiful and moving exhibit which attracted many 
people. 

We also borrowed exhibits from the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit 
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Whistling bottle depict- 
ing a diseased man, ca. 
600 B. C. This fine ex- 
ample of the sculptural 
art of the Chorrera potter 
was shown in the exhibit 
"Ancient Ecuador: Cul- 
ture, Clay and Creativity 
3,000-300 B. C. 




Service, from IBM, from the Hunt Institute in Pittsburgh, and from the 
Minneapolis Institute of Arts. These dealt with topics as diverse as 
whales, botanical illustrations, and ceremonial Indian dress. 

Late in 1975 we received word that Chicago had been selected as one of 
the six American cities that would receive the "Treasures of Tutankha- 
mun," an exhibit prepared by the government of Egypt. The exhibit, to be 
shown at Field Museum in 1977, is being jointly sponsored by the Mu- 
seum and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. As this re- 
port is being written, fmal preparations are being made. 

In our 1973-1974 Report we speculated about the impact of the building 
improvement program on our exhibition program. In the past two years 
we have experienced both losses and gains. On the negative side, exhibit 
cases have had to be moved out of the way of successive contractors. Ap- 
proximately 800 manhours of exhibition staff time were employed this 
way. Entire exhibit halls have been closed from one week to several 



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months as various phases of construction work proceeded. A number of 
halls have been taken over as temporary storage areas and as swing 
space as work has shifted from area to area. Unfortunately, these hall 
closings have resulted in disappointment for some visitors who came to 
the Museum to see specific exhibits. The only alternative was to have 
closed all public areas, an alternative we rejected as being too costly to ^ 
the public we serve. 

On the positive side, the Capital Campaign produced funds for long- 
delayed improvements in the physical environment of the exhibit halls 
and for some of the costs of producing new permanent exhibits. These 
funds have enabled us to re-install, renovate, or insert new elements in 
existing exhibits. For example, major renovation of five halls dealing 
with the cultures of North American Indians is being accomplished with 
the assistance of funds from the Capital Campaign and a large grant from 
the National Endowment for the Arts. These funds, with the addition of a 
modest grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, have 
allowed planning and a start on construction of a completely furnished, 
full-scale, walk-in Pawnee earth lodge in one of these halls. The Capital 
Campaign also provided funds for the renovation of Halls 13 and J. 

Capital Campaign funds were critical in the production of "Man in His 
Environment," helping the Museum meet matching requirements of a 
large grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. We expect 
to use Capital Campaign funds in a similar fashion to produce the new 
exhibit, mentioned above, on the cultures of Eskimos and Northwest 
Coast Indians. 

Early in 1976, Lawrence G. Klein joined the staff as Chairman, Depart- 
ment of Exhibition. Coming from a long background in commercial de- 
sign and production, Klein has begun to reorganize and improve the ad- 
ministration of the Department. The Museum's long-neglected public 
signage program is also one of the new chairman's high-priority items. 



Building IVIodernization and 
Rehabilitation 

In the past two years Field Museum's $26-million renovation and im- 
provement program has shifted into high gear with as many as 170 
workers a day joined in the task. Close co-operation between architects 
Harry Weese & Associates, Turner Construction Co. construction manag- 
ers, scores of contractors, and Museum staff members has made it pos- 
sible to maintain exhibition, education, and research activities under dif- 
ficult conditions. 

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The renovation of any large, old building presents problems. The reno- 
vation of a museum is infinitely more difficult. Enormous collections — 
many of fragile, irreplaceable specimens — have been shifted and the new, 
temporary locations carefully noted so that research can continue. Exhi- 
bition halls have been temporarily closed and the specimens displayed 
there moved, protected, and stored. All departments have coped with 
finding temporary office space for displaced employees. 

Certainly, the Museum's heating system has been one of the most com- 
plex facets of this entire project — and one that everyone was aware of 
during the unusually long, cold winter of 1976. Two heating systems 
were in use simultaneously as the new plant was installed and the old 
one phased out. The many miles of Museum corridors, exhibit halls, and 
offices have been laced with ductwork and wiring as new air-condition- 
ing, electrical, and security systems were installed. Each of these are 
expected to be in operation by the summer of 1977. 

Those using the Museum's north entrance have found themselves di- 
rected to a small door — later to be an emergency exit — to the west of the 
stairs. A chainlink fence bars access to the pillar-fronted north doors as a 
floor to ceiling window wall is being erected. This wall will enclose new 
reception areas and is expected to be completed early in 1977. 

Previous reports have detailed the construction of offices, laboratories, 
and storage space in lightwells. Now two more lightwells — one in the 
Department of Zoology and one in the Department of Anthropology — 
have been filled-in to provide needed, climate-controlled space for over- 
crowded departments. 

The Public Space Renovation Project was vigorously pursued and was 
substantially complete at the close of 1976. This project included the in- 
stallation of a new parking lot and street-level west entrance for school 
groups and handicapped visitors, new food services, washrooms, two pas- 
senger elevators, and a checking area. Spacious James Simpson Theatre 
and the A. Montgomery Ward lecture hall were also renovated and will 
now provide more attractive forums for the Museum's many programs. 

Also, a new Children's Bookshop was added to the ground floor, as were 
extensive new educational facilities, offices, and classrooms. 

At the close of 1976 approximately three-quarters of the total renova- 
tion and modernization program was completed. It is expected that half 
the remaining work will be finished in 1977 and early 1978. The work 
still left to be done at that time, principally exhibition hall moderniza- 
tion, will follow as quickly as it can be done by our staff. 

In addition to keeping pace with the many demands of the building 
program, personnel from the Museum's Building Operations Department 
have been involved in the installation of several exhibits. 

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Publications 

As mentioned earlier in this report, 1975-1976 were especially produc- 
tive publishing years at Field Museum. Following is a list of scientific 
publications by Museum staff members and a complete list ofFieldiana, 
the Museum's scientific series, for the past two years. Exhibit catalogues 
are also included here. In addition to the publications listed here, mem- 
bers of the Museum staff have also published popular books and articles, 
abstracts, encyclopedia entries, and reviews. 

DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY 

Bronson, Bennet 

1975. The Earliest Farming: Demography as Cause and Consequence. In Polgar, S. B., 
ed., Ecological Anthropology, Mouton, The Hague. 32 pp. 

1975. (with T. Asmar, Mundarjito, and J. Wisseman) Laporan Penelitian Purbakala di 
Rembang (Report on Archaeological Research at Rembang). Center for Archaeolog- 
ical Research, Jakarta. 140 pp. (mimeo) 

1976. "Comment" on K. L. Hutterer, An Evolutional Approach to the Southeast Asian 
Cultural Sequence. Current Anthropology, June, 1976, vol. 17, no. 2, p. 230. 

1976. (with T. Asmar) Prehistoric Investigations at Tianko Panjang Cave, Sumatra: An 
Interim ReTport. Asian Perspectives, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 128-145. 

Cole, Glen 

1975. (with M. R. Kleindienst) Revision of Geological Nomenclature at the Isimila Pre- 
historic Site, Tanzania. Pan African Congress on Prehistory and the Study of the 
Quaternary Commission on Nomenclature and Terminology Bulletin 6, pp. 47-56. 

Collier, Donald 

1975. (with Donald W. Lathrap and Helen Chandra) Ancient Ecuador: Culture, Clay 
and Creativity, 3,000 to 300 B.C. Field Museum of Natural History, 110 pp., illus. 

Kaplan, Susan 

1976. Ethnological and Biogeographical Significance of Pottery Sherds from Nissan Is- 
land, Papua New Guinea. Fieldiana: Anthropology, vol. 66, no. 3, pp. 35-89, 18 figs. 

Lewis, Phillip H. 

1975. Notes on a Fricion Drum Collected at Amba, New Ireland in 1970. Abhandlungen 
und Berichte des Staatlichen Miiseum fiir Volkerkunde, Dresden. Akadmie-Verlag, 
Berlin, vol. 34, pp. 581-592, 3 plates. 

Martin, Paul S., Ezra B. W. Zubrow, Daniel C. Bowman, David A. Gregory, John A. 
Hanson, Michael B. Schiffer, David R. Wilcox 

1975. Chapters in the Prehistory of Eastern Arizona, IV. Fieldiana: Anthropology, vol. 
65, 174 pp., 43 figs. 

Rabineau, Phyllis 

1975. Artists and Leaders: The Social Context of Creativity in a Tropical Forest Cul- 
ture. In: Dwyer, J. P., ed., The Cashinahua of Eastern Peru, The Haffenreffer Mu- 
seum of Anthropology, Brown University, Studies in Anthropology and Material 
Culture, vol. 1, pp. 87-107. 

1975. Catalogue of the Cashinahua Collection. /n.- Dwyer, J. P., ed., The Cashinahua of 



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Eastern Peru, The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University, Studies 
in Anthropology and Material Culture, vol. 1, pp. 151-235. 

Reinhardt, Loretta 

1976. Mrs. Kadiato Kamara: An Expert Dyer in Sierra Leone. Fieldiana: Anthropology, 
vol. 66, no. 2, pp. 11-33, 10 figs. 

Terrell, John E. 

1975. (with Joel Fagan) The Savage and the Innocent: Sophisticated Techniques and 
Naive Theory in the Study of Human Population Genetics in Melanesia. Yearbook of 
Physical Anthropology, vol. 19, pp. 2-18. 

1976. Island Biogeography and Man in Melanesia. Archaeology and Physical Anthro- 
pology in Oceania, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 1-17. 

VanStone, James W. 

1976. The Bruce Collection of Eskimo Material Culture from Port Clarence, Alaska. 
Fieldiana: Anthropology, vol. 67, 117 pp., 47 pi., 2 figs. 



DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY 

Burger, William C. 

1975. The Species Concept inQuercus. Taxon, vol. 24, pp. 45-50. 

1976. (with R. A. Baker) Key and Commentary on the Species of Spathiphyllum (Ara- 
ceae) in Costa Rica, Including S. silvicola, sp. nov . Phytologia , vol. 33, pp. 447-454. 

Engel, John J. 

1975. (with R. M. Schuster) Austral Hepaticae, IV. Notes on Lophozia subgenus Protolo- 
phozia Schust., with Diagnosis of a New South American Species. Journal of Bryol- 
ogy, vol. 8, pp. 465-474. 

1975. (with R. M. Schuster) Austral Hepaticae III. Stolonophora, a New Genus of Geo- 
calycaceae. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 36, no. 11, pp. 111-124. 

1975. Hepaticae and Anthocerotae Collected by Dr. Harold E. Moore, Jr. in New Cale- 
donia, Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion in 1972. Bryologist, vol. 78, pp. 361-362. 

1975. (with R. M. Schuster) Austral Hepaticae V. Studies on Schistochilaceae. Phytolo- 
gia, vol. 30, pp. 241-250. 

1975. On the typification of Clasmatocolea obvoluta (Hook, f & Tayl.) Grolle (Hepat- 
icae). Miscellanea Bryologica et Lichenologica, vol. 7, p. 75. 

Faden, Robert B. 

1976. A Taxonomic Note on Lasiodiscus (Rhamnaceae). Phytologia, vol. 34, pp. 145-146. 

Fay, John J. 

1975. New Combinations in Perymenium and Oteiza (Asteraceae — Heliantheae). Phyto- 
logia, vol. 31, pp. 16-17. 

1976. Oteiza. In: D. L. Nash and L. O. Williams, Flora of Guatemala. FieZdiana.- Botany, 
vol. 24, part XII, pp. 276-277. 

1976. Perymenium. In: D. L. Nash and L. O. Williams. Flora of Guatemala. FieZdiana.- 
Botany, vol. 24. part XII, pp. 280-288. 

Grime, William E. 

1976. Botany of the Black Americans. 230 pp. Scholarly Press, Inc. 



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Kennedy, Helen A. 

1975. (with D. Nicolson) New Combinations and Notes on Central American Maranta- 

ceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, vol. 62, pp. 501-503. 
1975. Notes on Central American Marantaceae, II. New Species from Panama and 
Costa Rica. Botaniska Notiser, vol. 128, pp. 312-322. 

Nash, Dorothy L. 

1975. Studies in American Plants, Vll.Phytologia, vol. 31, pp. 361-364. 

1976. (with contributing authors). Compositae./n.- Flora of Guatemala. Fie/dtana; fiotanj, 
vol. 24, part XII, pp. 1-603. 

1976. Flora of Guatemala. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 24, part XI, no. 4, pp. 275-306; 396- 
431. 

Nevling, Lorin I., Jr. 

1976. A New Species of Funifera (Thymelaeaceae). Phytologia, vol. 32, pp. 480-482. 
1976. Thymelaeaceae. In: J. A. Steyermark and C. Brewer-Carias, La Vegetacion de la 

Cima del Macizo de Jua, Boletin de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales, 

vol. 22, pp. 361-364. 

Niezgoda, Christine J. 

1976. (with A. S. Tomb) Systematic Palynology of Tribe Leucophylleae ( Scrophulari- 
aceae) and Selected Myoporaceae. Po/Zen et Spores, vol. 17, pp. 495-516. 

PoHL, Richard W. 

1976. New Species of Digitaria, Pennisetum, and Poa (Gramineae) from Costa Rica. 
Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 5-13. 

Ponce de Leon, Patricio P. 

1975. Notes on Calvatia (Lycoperdaceae), I. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 1-3. 

1976. Notes on Calvatia (Lycoperdaceae), II. Calvatia cretacea (Berk.) Lloyd, an Arctic 
Montane Plant. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 15-22. 

1976. Notes on the Genus Gastropila. Phytologia, vol. 33, pp. 455-466. 
1976. Acutocapillitium, a New Genus in the Lycoperdaceae. Fj'e/diana; Botany, vol. 38, no. 4, 
pp. 23-29. 

Simpson, Donald R. 

1976. A Partial Revision of Paullinia (Sapindaceae) for Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia. 
Part I. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 36, no. 12, pp. 125-164, 5 pi. 

Singer, Rolf 

1975. The Agaricales in Modern Taxonomy, 3rd ed. Cramer. 912 pp. 

1975. Interesting and New Species of Basidiomycetes from Ecuador. Beiheft Nova Hed- 

wigia, vol. 51, pp. 239-246. 
1975. The Neotropical Species of Campanella and Aphyllotus. Nova Hedwigia, vol. 26, 

pp. 435-436. 

1975. Le genre Lepista et la Nomenclature Correcte. Bulletin de la Societe Mycologique 
de France, vol. 92, pp. 127-218. 

1976. (with A. J. Dermek and A. J. Kuthan) Zajimavy poddruh hribu kovare^^oletus 
erythropus (Fr. ex Fr.) Krombh. Ceskd Mykologie, vol. 30, pp. 1-2. 

1976. Praktische Anwendung der Kenntnisse iiber ektotrophische Mykorrhiza bei 

Waldhaumen. Allgemeine Fortzeitschrift, vol. 31, p. 847. 
1976. Amparoinaceae and Montagneaceae. Revue de Mycologie, vol. 40, pp. 57-64. 

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1976. (with J. Kuthan) Einige interessante europaische Hygrophoraceae. Zeitschrift fur 
Pilzkunde, vol. 42. 

Stolze, Robert G. 

1976. A New Species of Hymenophyllum from Central America. American Fern Jour- 
nal, vol. 66, pp. 15-18. 

1976. Ferns and Fern Allies of Guatemala ( Ophioglossaceae through Cyatheaceae). 
Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 39, part I, 130 pp. 

Williams, Louis O. 

1975. (with Paul C. Standley) Rubiaceae. In: Flora of Guatemala. Fieldiana: Botany, 

vol. 24, part XI, nos. 1-3, pp. 1-274. 
1975. Tropical American Plants, XVII. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 36, no. 10. pp. 77-110. 
1975. Tropical American Plants. XVlll. Phytologia, vol. 31, pp. 435-447. 

1975. A New Costa Rican Clidemia. Phytologia, vol. 32, pp. 286-287. 

1976. Compositae. In: Flora of Guatemala. Fieldiana: Botany, vol. 24, part XII, pp. 32- 
128, 361-386, 398-423. 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY 

Baird, Gordon 

1976. Coral Encrusted Concretions; A Key to Recognition of a "Shale on Shale" Erosion 
Surface. Lethaia, vol. 9, pp. 293-302. 

Bardack, David 

1976. Paracanthopterygian and Acanthopterygian Fishes from the Upper Cretaceous of 
Kansas. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 20, pp. 355-374. 

Bolt, John 

1975. (with R. Wassersug) Functional Morphology of the Skull in Lysorophus, a Snake- 
like Paleozoic Amphibian (Leposondyh). Paleobiology, vol. 1, pp. 320-332. 

1975. (with R. DeMar) An Explanatory Model of the Evolution of Multiple Rows of 
Teeth in Captorhinus aguti. Journal of Paleontology, vol. 49, pp. 814-832. 

DeMar, Robert E. 

1976. Functional Morphological Models: Evolutionary and Nonevolutionary. Fieldiana: 
Geology, vol. 33, no. 19, pp. 339-354. 

Frest, T. J. 

1975. Caryocrinitidae (Echinodermata: Rhombifera) of the Laurel Limestone of South- 
eastern Indiana. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 81-106. 

Gaffney, Eugene S. 

1975. Phylogeny of the Chelydrid Turtles: A Study of Shared Derived Characters in the 
SkuW. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 9, pp. 157-178. 

Langston, Wann, Jr. 

1975. Ziphodonot Crocodiles: Pristichampsus vorax (Troxell), new combination, from the 
Eocene of North America. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 16, pp. 291-314. 

McGrew, Paul O. 

1975. Taphonomy of Eocene Fish from Fossil Basin, Wyoming. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 
33, no. 14, pp. 257-270. 



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NiTECKi, Matthew 

1975. (with J. K. Rigby) An Unusually Well Preserved Heteractinid Sponge from the 
Pennsylvanian of Illinois and a Possible Classification and Evolutionary Scheme for 
the Heteractinida. Journal of Paleontology , vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 329-339. 

1975. (with F. R. Schram) Hydra from the Illinois Pennsylvanian. Journal of Paleontol- 
ogy, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 549-551. 

1975. (with F. K. McKinney) Cucumulites Gurley 1884, a Bryozoan, Not a Sponge. 
Journal of Paleontology , vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 561-563. 

1975. (with R. G. Gutschick and J. E. Repetski) Phosphatic Microfossils from the Ordovi- 
cian of the United States. Fie Idiana: Geology, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 1-9. 

1975. (with C. C. Dapples) Silurian Ischadites tenuis n.sp. (receptaculitids) from In- 
diana. FjeZdiana.- Geology, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 11-20. 

1976. Ordovician Batophoreae (Dasycladales) from Michigan. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 
35, no. 4, pp. 29-40. 

1976. (with A. F. de Lapparent) Upper Devonian Receptaculites chardini n.sp. from 
Central Afghanistan. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 35, no. 5, pp. 41-82. 

1976. (with G. G. Forney) Type Fossil Mollusca (Hyolitha, Polyplacophora, Scaphopoda, 
Monoplacophora, and Gastropoda) in Field Museum. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 36, 239 
pp. 

1976. (with F. R. Schram) Etacystis communis, a Fossil of Uncertain Affinities from the 
Mazon Creek fauna (Pennsylvanian of Illinois). Journal of Paleontology, vol. 50, no. 
6, pp. 1,157-1,161. 

Olsen, Edward 

1974 (issued 1975). The Ellicott Meteorite. Meteoritics, vol. 9, pp. 263-269. 

1975. (with T. Bunch) Distribution and Significance of Chromium in Meteorites. Geo- 
chimca et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 39, pp. 911-928. 

1975. (with Harry Nelson) The Bloomington Illinois meteorite. Transactions of the Illi- 
nois Academy of Sciences, vol. 68, no. 4, pp. 403-408. 

1976. (with G. Huss) Ellis County, Kansas meteorite. Earth Science, no. 5, pp. 234-235. 

Olson, Everett C. 

1975. (with Kathryn BoUes) Permo-Carboniferous Fresh Water Burrows. Fieldiana: 
Geology, vol. 33, no. 15, pp. 271-290. 

Pfefferkorn, H. W. 

1976. Reconstruction and Interpretation of Brittsia problematica D. White (Fern, Penn- 
sylvanian). Fte/dJa/xa.- Geology, vol. 33, no. 17, pp. 315-322. 

Radinsky, L. 

1976. The Brain ofMesonyx, a Middle Eocene Mesonychid Condylarth. FieZdtana.- Geol- 
ogy, vol. 33, no. 18, pp. 323-338. 

Russell, Dale A. 

1975. A New Species of Globidens from South Dakota, and a Review of Globidentine 
Mosasaurs. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 13, pp. 235-256. 

Schaeffer, Bobb, David H. Dunkle, and Nicholas G. McDonald 

1975. Ptycholepis marshi Newberry, a Chondrostean Fish from the Newark Group of 
Eastern North America. Fje/c/jana.- Geology, vol. 33, no. 12, pp. 205-233. 

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ScHRAM, Frederick R. 

1976. Some Notes on Pennsylvanian Crustaceans In the Illinois Basin. Fieldiana: Geol- 
ogy, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 21-28. 

TURNBULL, PrISCILLA 

1975. The Mammalian Fauna of Warwasi Rock Shelter, West-central Iran. Fieldiana: 
Geology, vol. 33, no. 8, pp. 141-155. 

TuRNBULL, William D. 

1975. (with Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr.) The Mammalian Fauna of Madura Cave, Western 
Australia. Part II. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 37-117. 

1976. Restoration of the Masticatory Musculature of Thylacosmilus. In Essays in Pa- 
leontology in Honour of Loris Shane Russell. Contribution Life Sciences Division 
Royal Ontario Museum, University of Toronto, pp. 169-185. 

Wilson, John Andrew 

1975. Geochronology, Stratigraphy, and Typology. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 11, 
pp. 193-204. 

Woodland, Bertram 

1975. Pyritic Cone-In-Cone Concretions. Fieldiana: Geology, vol. 33, no. 7, pp. 125-139. 

1975. (with C. K. Richardson) Time Factors of Differentially Preserved Wood In Two 
Calcific Concretions in Pennsylvanian Black Shale from Indiana. Fieldiana: Geology, 
vol. 33, no. 10, pp. 179-192. 

DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY 

Dybas, Henry S. 

1976. The Larval Characters of Featherwing and Limulodid Beetles and Their Family 
Relationships In the Staphylinoidea (Coleoptera: Ptiliidae and Limulodidae). Field- 
iana: Zoology, vol. 70, no. 3, pp. 29-78. 

FooDEN, Jack 

1975. Taxonomy and Evolution of Liontail and Pigatil Macaques (Primates: Cercopithe- 
cidae). Fieldiana: Zoology, vol. 67, 169 pp. 

Glodek, Garrett S. 

1976. Rhynchodoras woodsi, A New Catfish from Eastern Ecuador (Siluriformes: Dor- 
adidae) with a Redefinition o{ Rhynchodoras. Copeia, 1976, no. 1, pp. 43-46. 

1976. (with Glenn L. Whitmire and Gustavo Orces V.) Rhinodoras boehlkei, a New Cat- 
fish from Eastern Ecuador (Osteichthyes, Siluroidei, Doradidae). Fieldiana: Zoology, 
vol. 70, no. 1, pp. 1-11. 

Hershkovitz, Philip 

1974 (issued 1975). The Ectotympanic Bone and Origin of Higher Primates. Folia Pri- 
matologica, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 237-242. 

1975. The Scientific Name of the Lesser Noctilio (Chiroptera), with Notes on the 
Chauve-Souris de la Vallee D'ylo (Peru). Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 
242-247. 

1975. Comments on the Taxonomy of Brazilian Marmosets (Callithrix, Callitrichidae). 
Folia Primatologica, vol. 24, pp. 137-172. 

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1976. Comments on Generic Names of Four-Eyed Opossums (family Didelphidae). Pro- 
ceedings of the Biological Society, Washington, vol. 89, no. 23, pp. 295-304. 

1976. The Taxonomic Status of "Noctilio ruber Rengger." Mammalia, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 
164-165. 

Hoffman, Richard L. 

1975. Millipeds of the Genus Polydesmorhachis Pocock (Polydesmida: Platyrhacidae). 
Fieldiana: Zoology, vol. 65, no. 6, pp. 73-84. 

Johnson, Robert K. 

1975. A New Myctophid Fish, Bolinichthys distofax, from the Western and Central 
North Pacific Ocean. Copeia, 1975, no. 1, pp. 53-60. 

1975. (with M. A. Bamett) An Inverse Correlation Between Meristic Characters and 
Food Supply In Midwater Fishes: Evidence and Possible Explanations. N.O.A.A. 
Fishery Bulletin, vol. 73, no. 2, pp. 284-299. 

1975. (with G. S. Glodek) Two New Species of Eve r mane I la from the Pacific Ocean, with 
Notes On Other Midwater Species Endemic to the Pacific Central or the Pacific 
Equatorial Water Masses. Copeia, 1975, no. 4, pp. 715-730. 

1975. (with T.S.Y. Koo) Production and Distribution of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) 
Eggs in the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Chesapeake Science, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 
39-55. 

1976. (with D. W. Greenfield) A New Chaenopsid Fish, Emblemaria hyltoni, from Isla 
Roatan, Honduras. FJe/dia;ia.- Zoology, vol. 70, no. 2, pp. 13-28. 

1976. (with R. J. Wassersug) A Remarkable Pyloric Caecum in the Evermannellid 
Genus Coccorella With Notes On Gut Structure and Function In Alepisauroid Fishes 
(Pisces, Myctophiformes). Journal of Zoology (London), vol. 179, pp. 273-289. 

Kethley, John B. 

1975. (with E. E. Lindquist) The Systematic Position of the Heterochelidae Trag^rdh 
(Acari: Acariformes; Prostigmata). Canadian Entomologist, vol. 107, no. 8, pp. 887- 
898. 

1975. (with D. E. Johnston) Resource Tracking Patterns in Bird and Mammal Ectopar- 
asites. Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America, vol. 9, no. 
5, pp. 231-236. 

Lay, Douglas M. 

1975. Notes On Rodents of the Genus Gerbillus (Mammalia: Muridae: Gerbillinae) from 
Morocco. Fieldiana: Zoology, vol. 65, no. 8, pp. 89-101. 

Marx, Hymen 

1976. Supplementary Catalogue of Type Specimens of Reptiles and Amphibians in Field 
Museum of Natural History. Fieldiana: Zoology, vol. 69, no. 2, pp. 33-94. 

Miller, Robert Rush 

1976. An Evaluation of Seth E. Meek's Contributions to Mexican Ichthyology. Field- 
iana: Zoology, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 1-31. 

Park, Orlando, John A. Wagner, and Milton W. Sanderson 

1976. Review of the Pselaphid Beetles of the West Indies (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae). 
Fieldiana: Zoology, vol. 68, 90 pp. 



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PizziMENTi, John J. 

1975. Evolution of the Prairie Dog Genus Cynomys. Occasional Papers of the Museum of 
Natural History, University of Kansas, vol. 39, pp. 1-73. 

1976. Genetic Divergence and Morphological Convergence In Two Species of Prairie 
Dogs. I. Morphological and Ecological Analyses. Evolution, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 345-366. 

1976. Genetic Divergence and Morphological Convergence in Two Species of Prairie 
Dogs. II. Genetic Analyses. Evolution, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 367-379. 

PUTHZ, VOLKER 

1975. An Additional New Stenus from Australia (Coleoptera, Staphylinidael. Fieldiana: 
Zoology, vol. 65, no. 7, pp. 85-88. 

Smith, Eric H. 

1976. Systena bimarginata Smith, New Name, to Replace Systena plicata Blake. Coleop- 
terists Bulletin, vol. 30, no. 4, p. 342. 

SoLEM, Alan 

1975. (with E. Richardson) Paleocadmus, a Nautiloid Cephalopod Radula from the 
Pennsylvanian Francis Creek Shale of Illinois. The Veliger, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 233- 
242. 

1975. Character Weighting in Land Snail Classification. Bu//e^m of the American Mala- 
cological Union, Inc., 1974, pp. 47-50. 

1975. Notes on Salmon River Oreohelicid Land Snails, with Description of Oreohelix 
waltoni. The Veliger, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 16-30. 

1975. Polygyriscus virginianus (Burch, 1947), A Helicodiscid Land Snail (Pulmonata: 
Helicodiscidae). The Nautilus, vol. 89. no. 3, pp. 80-86. 

1975. (with Clyde R. E. Roperl Structures of Recent Cephalopod Radulae. The Veliger, 
vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 127-133. 

1975. The Recent Mollusk Collection Resources of North America. The Veliger, vol. 18, 
no. 2, pp. 222-236. 

1976. Comments on Eastern North American Polygyridae. The Nautilus, vol. 90, no. 1, 
pp. 25-36. 

1976. Species Criteria in Anguispira (Anguispira) iMoUusca: Pulmonata: Discidae). 
The Nautilus, vol. 90, no. 1, pp. 15-23. 

1976. Status of Succinea ovalis chittenangoensis Pilsbry, 1908. The Nautilus, vol. 90, no. 
3, pp. 107-113. 

1976. (with A. C. van BruggenI Pseudoglessula libera, a New Subulinid Land Snail 
from Guinea (Mollusca, Vnlmonata) . Zoologische Mededeelingen (Leiden), vol. 49, no. 
18, pp. 255-263. 

1976. (with Sharon Lebryk) Apertural Microprojection Size Correlations in Pupillid and 
Polygyrid Land Snails. The Veliger, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 115-122. 

1976. Endodontoid Land Snails from Pacific Islands. Part I. Family Endodontidae. 
Field Museum of Natural History. 501 pp., 208 text figs., 114 tables. 

Summers, Daniel A. 

1976. Response of Soil Arthropods to Canopies of Black Walnuts. Pedobiologia, vol. 16, 
no. 5, pp. 389-395. 



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Traylor, M. a. 

1975. (with Raymond A. Paynter and Blair Winter). Ornithological Gazetteer of Boliva. 
Harvard College, Cambridge, vi + 81 pp. 

VoRis, H. K. 

1975. Dermal Scale-Vertebra Relationships In Sea Snakes (Hydrophiidae). Copeia, 
1975, no. 4, pp. 746-757. 

1976. (with B. C. Jayne) The Costocutaneous Muscles In Some Sea Snakes. Journal of 
Herpetology, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 175-180. 

Wenzel, Rupert L. 

1976. The Streblid Batflies of Venezuela (Diptera: Streblidae). /n.- V. J. Tipton, ed.. Ec- 
toparasites of Venezuela, Volume II. Brigham Young University Science Bulletin, 
Biological Series, vol. 20, pp. 1-177. 



Field Museum of Natural History 
Bulletin 

The Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin, the main line of com- 
munication from the Museum to its members, is unusual among the 
magazines of large natural history museums in that its primary concern 
is with the institution and its scientific and educational activities, as 
opposed to natural history in general. In recent years, as readers know, 
the Bulletin has also carried much information on the status of our nat- 
ural heritage — how wildlife and the general quality of our environment 
is responding to the inroads of man and his technology. An index to all 
issues of the Bulletin for 1976 is scheduled to appear in the January, 1977 
issue. 

Each year the December issue of the Bulletin contains a 24-page cal- 
endar for the coming year. Each calendar page is faced by a color illustra- 
tion. The calendar published in December, 1975 featured photographs of 
items from the Museum's excellent North American Indian collections; 
the calendar for 1977 offered outstanding photographs of selections from 
the "Treasures of Tutankhamun" collection. Reader response to the cal- 
endars annually indicates that they are an eagerly awaited Bulletin 
bonus. 



Contributions and Bequests 

As stated earlier, the Board of Trustees has formed an Estate Planning 
Committee as a direct action designed to cope with inflation and provide 
a sound financial base for the Museum's future. As late as 1950 income 

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from the Museum's Endowment Found carried almost 80 per cent of the 
annual budget; by the mid-1970s that same Endowment Fund income 
covered only 25 per cent of the budget. For some time we have depended 
upon gifts from the private sector to bridge a gap between known non- 
contributed income and budgetary needs, and for an indefinite time to 
come we will fmd it necessary to seek annual gifts for this purpose. 

Over the long term, however, the Museum will not be able to sustain its 
vast research and educational programs with annual gifts alone. The 
needed support can only be achieved by increasing the Museum endow- 
ment. While the Board of Trustees will continue to seek major gifts and 
annual, on-going gifts for the near-term, the very survival of the institu- 
tion will depend upon an endowment that will grow over the years. Such 
an endowment is built primarily through bequests and other forms of 
deferred gifts. 

The task of the Estate Planning Committee is to continue the tradition 
begun by Marshall Field I in 1906. It was through Mr. Field's generosity 
that the Museum was founded in 1893. Then, following his death in 1906, 
a generous bequest from him not only helped to construct the Museum's 
present building but also initiated the Endowment Fund. It was, in fact, 
this endowment, augmented by other gifts and bequests of the Field 
family and of other prominent Chicagoans, that largely sustained the 
Museum's annual operating budget from 1906 through the 1940s. Of 
course, no one at the opening of the century could have foreseen the rav- 
aging inflation of the 1960s and 1970s that would erode the purchasing 
power of those endowment dollars. 

Field Museum has been fortunate that in recent years Museum mem- 
bers and friends have continued in the spirit of those original benefactors 
and have provided further support for the Museum by augmenting the 
Endowment Fund through their bequests. A person making a bequest to 
the Museum makes his gift as perpetual as natural history itself 

To arrange for further information on the needs of Field Museum, or for 
an appointment, those interested in remembering the Museum in their 
wills or through other forms of deferred gifts, should contact the Planning 
and Development Officer: 

Thomas R. Sanders 

Planning and Development Office 

Field Museum of Natural History 

East Roosevelt Road at Lake Shore Drive 

Chicago, Illinois 60605 

or telephone (312) 922-9410, extension 207. 



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Field Museum of 

Statement of Revenues and 

Years ended Decemb 



'i 



Source of revenue: 
Public funds — 

Chicago Park District tax collections (Note le) 

Government grants (Note Ic) 

Total public funds 

Private funds — 

Investment revenue availed of for operations: 

Consolidated security investments (Note Id) 

Securities of individual funds 

Total investment revenue 

Unrestricted contributions (Note Ic) 

Contributions designated by Board for future years (Note Ic) 

Memberships 

Private restricted funds availed of for operations (Notes Ic and 2) 

Total contributed revenue 

Earned — 

Admissions 

Visitors' services and other (Note 4) 

Total earned revenues 

Total private funds 

Total revenue 

Operating expenditures: 

Scientific 

Education and exhibition 

Publication and photography 

Library 

Building operations and security 

Administration and development 

Bookshop and cafeteria 

Total operating expenditures M 

Revenues in excess of (less than) expenditures ^. 

See accompanying notes. 



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Natural History 
Expenditures — Current Funds 



1 



>1, 1976 and 1975 



1976 



1975 



) 



Operating 


Commit- 
ment to 
distinction 


Restricted 


Total 


Operating 


Commit- 
ment to 
distinction 


Restricted 


Total 


$1,579,639 
101,510 




$ 738,497 


$1,579,639 
840,007 


$1,152,377 
71,131 




$689,854 


$1,152,377 
760,985 


1,681,149 




738,497 


2,419,646 


1,223,508 




689,854 


1,913,362 


1,230,060 
57,209 




197,911 
90,675 


1,427,971 
147,884 


1,267,655 
11,689 




180,891 
86,182 


1,448,546 
97,871 


1,287,269 
689,507 

217,718 


$124,694 


288,586 
139,247 


1,575,855 
689,507 
124,694 
217,718 
139,247 


1,279,344 
449,044 

208,577 


$206,637 


267,073 
23,920 


1,546,417 

449,044 

206,637 

208,577 

23,920 


907,225 


124,694 


139,247 


1,171,166 


657,621 


206,637 


23,920 


888,178 


395,677 
846,922 






395,677 
846,922 


382,354 
842,727 






382,354 
842,727 


1,242,599 






1,242,599 


1,225,081 






1,225,081 


3,437,093 


124,694 


427,833 


3,989,620 


3,162,046 


206,637 


290,933 


3,659,676 


5,118,242 


124,694 


1,166,330 


6,409,266 


4,385,554 


206,637 


980,847 


5,573,038 


1,136,199 
443,423 
231,132 
159,992 
1,474,003 
1,006,599 
673,608 




533,393 

395,952 

11,118 

12,261 

123,040 

90,566 


1,669,592 
839,375 
242,250 
172,253 
1,597,043 
1,097,165 
673,608 


974,366 
576,387 
249,424 
152,960 
1,371,595 
989,729 
633,730 




461,145 

450,753 

3,236 

10,623 

36,795 

18,295 


1,435,511 

1,027,140 

252,660 

163,583 

1.408,390 

1,008,024 

633,730 


5,124,956 




1,166,330 


6,291,286 


4,948,191 




980,847 


5,929,038 


$( 6,714) 


124,694 


— 


117,980 


( 562,637) 


206,637 


— 


( 356,000) 



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FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 

NOTES TO STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND 
EXPENDITURES— CURRENT FUNDS 

December 31, 1976 and 1975 



1 . Sign ifican t accounting policies 



(a) Accrual basis of accounting 
The statement of revenues and expenditures — current funds is prepared on the accrual 
basis of accounting, except as to Museum property and collections as discussed in ib) below 
and contributions, which are on the cash basis as discussed in (c-1 ) below. 

fb) Museum collections and equipment 

Collections, furniture and equipment of the Museum are carried at a nominal value of 
$1, acquisitions being treated as expense. In accordance with common institutional 
practice, no depreciation is provided on the Museum properties. 

(c) Contributions 

(1) Contributions are accounted for on a cash basis. At December 31, 1976 pledged but 
uncollected contributions to current funds amounted to approximately $372,000 ($222,000 
in 1975). 

(2) Certain large contributions or bequests which are not part of the commitment to 
distinction program are considered by the Museum to be nonrecurring and are restricted 
by designation of the Board and considered as direct additions to funds functioning as 
endowment, rather than as current revenue. Such contributions amounted to $697,170 
in 1976 and $509,498 in 1975. 

(3) In order to provide for new programs and anticipated operating deficits, the 
Museum has established the commitment to distinction program. Starting in 1975 and 
continuing through 1980, specific pledges will be solicited for this program and current 
contributions not otherwise designated will be classified as part of it. In accordance with 
a Board resolution, program contributions designated as applicable to the current year are 
included in the operating fund, and certain contributions designated as applicable to 
future years are included in the separate commitment to distinction fund. The fund 
balance of the commitment to distinction fund is available for transfer to provide for future 
operating deficits. 

(4) Current restricted funds' revenues are included in the statement of revenues and 
expenditures — current funds only to the extent expended. Such revenues which exceed 
expenditures during the year are made available to future years and amounted to $108,045 
in 1976 and $636,096 in 1975. 

(d) Investment income 

(1) Realized gains and losses on the sale of endowment fund investments are re- 
invested as part of the endowment fund, and are not considered as revenue by the Museum 
except for accumulated gain on funds functioning as endowment (i.e., those funds on which 
restrictions on the use of principal have been imposed by action of the Museum's own Board 
of Trustees, rather than by outside donors or testators) which may be allocated to revenue 
under the total return concept. 

(2) Under the total return concept, security investments are selected on the basis of 
expected total return, including dividends, interest and prospective appreciation. Since 
this policy may involve the purchase of attractive low yield investments, with resulting 
reductions in dividend and interest receipts, the Museum computes investment income 
(from the funds functioning as endowment) available for expenditures each year as 5% 
of the average June 30 market values of the securities for the three preceding years. 
Differences between this amount and dividends and interest actually received each year 

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are charged or credited to accumulated net gain on sales of securities held by funds 
functioning as endowment and included in current year revenues. In 1976 the resulting 
charge amounted to $85,507 ($207,203 in 1975) and the net gain on disposal of investments 
credited to funds functioning as endowment amounted to $358,961 ($164,770 in 1975). 

(e) Tax revenue 

Tax revenue is principally recorded when received from the Chicago Park District 
as that is the period in which it is available for use. Substantially all of this revenue is 
derived ft-om taxes levied for the preceding year. 

(f) Pension cost 

Pension cost, calculated under the entry age normal cost method with past service 
cost amortized over 15 years, is funded as accrued. Each year's actuarial gains from a 
group annuity contract, suspended since 1966, are treated as deferred credits and amortized 
over 10 years as a reduction of pension cost otherwise accrued. 

2. Restrictions on expenditures 

The restricted funds are subject to restrictions placed upon them by the donors. These 
funds may be expended only in accordance with the terms of the respective grants, gifts 
or bequests. 

3. Pension plan 

Since 1966 the Museum has had a contributory trusteed pension plan covering all 
employees meeting certain age and service requirements. Pension expense, net of the 
amortization of actuarial gains from the suspended group annuity contact of $27,000 in 
1976 and $23,000 in 1975, amounted to $135,500 in 1976 and $133,000 in 1975. Pension 
costs for the current year are based upon improved plan benefits which became effective 
January 1, 1976. 

4. Visitors' services and other 

Gross Book Shop and Cafeteria sales are included in Visitors' services and other, 
whereas in prior years these items were shown net of certain direct costs. The 1975 amount 
has been restated to conform to the 1976 form of presentation. 



The Board of Trustees 

Field Museum of Natural History 

We have examined the accompanying statements of revenues and expenditures — 
current funds of the Field Museum of Natural History for the years ended December 31, 
1976 and 1975 prepared on the basis described in Note 1(a), (c-2) and (d-2). Our examina- 
tions were made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, and accord- 
ingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the statements mentioned above present fairly the revenues and 
expenditures — current funds of the Field Museum of Natural History for the years ended 
December 31, 1976 and 1975 in conformity with the method of accounting described in 
Note 1(a), (c-2) and (d-2) applied on a consistent basis during the period. 



Chicago, 111. Arthur Young & Company 

March 25, 1977 

39 



Donors to the Operating Funds 
of the Museum 

Total for 1975-1976 

INDIVIDUALS 

DONATIONS OF $5,000 OR MORE 



Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry O. 

Bercher 
Buchanan Family 

Foundation 
A. G. Cox Charity Trust 
Mrs. Irving Crown 
John J. Crown 
J. Lester Cunningham 

I bequest 1 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. 

Davidson 

(The Sterling Morton 

Charitable Trust! 
Mr & Mrs. William R. 

Dickinson. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. 

Donnelley II 



Mrs. Maijorie H. Elting 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph N. 

Field 
Lora Gallegher 

Charitable Trust 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Earl 

Hoover 

iTheiH. Earl I Hoover 

Foundation) 
Mrs. Stanley Keith 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray A. Kroc 
Eleanor I. Leslie Trust 

(bequest) 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Leslie 
Leslie Fund 
Adolph Emil Marx 

(bequest) 



Chauncey & Marion 

Deering McCormick 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Mitchell 
Dorothy Wrigley Ofiield 

Charity Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. John Shedd 

Reed 
The Richards Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Wallace 

Roberts 
Mrs. T. Clifford Rodman 
Mrs. Clive Runnells 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. 

Runnells 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Searle 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. 

Searle 



Mr. & Mrs. John M. 

Simpson 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack C. 

Staehle 
Mrs. David W. Stewart 
Mr. & Mrs. Williams. 

Street 

(The Seattle 

Foundation) 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore 

Tieken 
Chester Dudley Tripp 

I bequest ) 
John W. Watzek, Jr. 

I bequest) 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip K. 

Wrigley 
Claire B. Zeisler 

Foundation 



DONATIONS OF $1000 - $5000 



Mr. & Mrs. A. Watson 

Armour III 
Laurance H. Armour, Jr. 

& Margot B. Armour 

Family Foundation 
Mrs. Lester Armour 
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon 

Armour 
William U. Bardwell 

Trust (bequest I 
Mr. & Mrs. Bowen Blair 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. 

Block, Jr. 
Cdr. & Mrs. G. E. Boone 
Edwin J. Brach 

Foundation 
Rev. Raymond E. Britt, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger O. 

Brown 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Wells 

Carton 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry G. 

Chambers 
Mr. & Mrs. Earle M. 

Combs III 
The Crawford Foundation 
Dexter Cummings (The 

loka Fund I 
Mr. & Mrs. O.C.Davis 
Mrs. Charles S. DeLong 
Mr. & Mrs. Elliott 

Donnelley 



Robert T. Drake 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Winfield 

Ellis 
The Marion C. Falk 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall 

Field 
Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord A. 

Freeman 
Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas 

Galitzine 
Mrs. Anne Rickcords Gait 
Max Goldenberg 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. 

Goodrich 
Hales Charitable Fund, 

Inc. 
Mrs. Burton W. Hales 
Mr. & Mrs. Corwith 

Hamill 
James C. Hemphill 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold James 
Mrs. Louise Kurfess 
Robert O Lehmann 

(Otto W. Lehmann 

Foundation) 
Mr. & Mrs. H Norris 

Love 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. 

Landing 



Marquette Charitable 

Organization 
Mr. & Mrs. Remick 

McDowell 
Foster G. McGaw 

Foundation 
Mrs. Helen Mayer 

Medgyesy 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. 

Meeker 
Lillian Molner Charitable 

Trust 
Arthur T.& Mary B. 

Moulding Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman W. 

Nelson 
Dr. & Mrs. Eric Oldberg 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Pirie, 

Jr. 
David W. Rewick 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel R. 

Rosenthal 
The Seaburv Foundation 
Mrs. Earl e'. Sherff 
Mrs. Clyde E. Shorey 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Byron 

Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Hermon 

Dunlap Smith 
Mrs. David B. Stem 
Mrs. Joseph True Steuer 
John W. Sullivan 



Mr. & Mrs. William G. 

Swartchild, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Phelps H. 

Swift 

(Sara Taylor Swift 

Trust) 

I Ruth & Vernon Taylor 

Foundation) 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. 

Taylor 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Taylor 
Edmond B. Thornton 

Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Reuben 

Thorson 

(TheThorson 

Foundation) 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin A. 

Traylor 
Mr. &"Mrs. Louis A. 

Wagner 
Richard Anthony Waller 
Louis Ware 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Leland 

Webber 
Women's Board of Field 

Museum 
Mr. & Mrs. Blaine J. 

Yarrington 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth V. 

Zweiner 



I 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



DONATIONS OF LESS THAN $1,000 



I 



> 



Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Aaron 
Mr. & Mrs. Ely M. Aaron 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. 

Abelson 
Miss Marcelle G. Abbott 
Dr. Bernard L. Abrams 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Acker 
Robert E. Ackerberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley C. 

Adamek 
Cyrus H. Adams III 
Mr. &Mrs. LelandC. 

Adams 
Dr. & Mrs. Bernard H. 

Adelson 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Adler 
Robert S. Adler Family 

Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. 

Aggerbeck 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. 

Ahern 
Mr. &Mrs. ElwynT. 

Ahnquist 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. 

Ahrendt 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Ahrens 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Aishton 
Mrs. Wylie G. Akenson 
Mr. & Mrs. O. A. 

Akerlund 
Miss Mary Albright 
Thomas W. Alder 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. 

Alfmi 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. 

Alison 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred M. Allen 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. 

Allen 
Miss Letha S. Allen 
Louis A. Allen 
John Gregg AUerton 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne 

Allsteadt 
Joseph Allworthy 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. 

Alschuler 
Mr. & Mrs. James Alsdorf 
Mrs. Lee Andalman 
Mrs. Alfred Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Alvm K. 

Anderson 
Brierly W. Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Carlyle E. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald B. 

Anderson 
Miss Gretchen F. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugo 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Anderson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Jon Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin 

Anderson 



Mr. & Mrs. Norval E. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. 

Andreas 
James N. Andrews 
Miss Joan R. Anesey 
Mr. & Mrs. Mario Anesi 
Mr. &Mrs. R. E. Angley 
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon 

Annamunthodo 
W. John Anthony 
Arthur I. Appleton 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. 

Arden 
Mrs. Albert L. Arenberg 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard P. 

Ariagno 
Mr. & Mrs. Ignacio Arias 
Mr. & Mrs Laurance H. 

Armour, Jr. 
Miss Linda Armour 
Mrs. T. Stanton Armour 
Mrs. Eugene Armstrong 
Mr. & Mrs. Jewel S. 

Armstrong 
Mrs. Julian Armstrong, 

Jr. 
Mrs. Mary Jane Arnam 
Mrs. Leslie Arnett 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Harvey 

Arnold 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Arnold 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman 

Arons 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard 

Arquilla 
Mr. & Mrs. George 

Arquilla, Jr. 
Joseph J. Arrigo 
Richard C. Aronson 
Mr. & Mrs. T. L. Arzt 
John Ashenhurst 
WillardG. Asmus 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore M. 

Asner 
Dr. Nathan Atovsky 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. 

Attiyeh 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W. 

S. Auld 
Mrs. Orval H. Ause 
Edwin C. Austin 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Avery 
Mr. & Mrs. Nils G. 

Axelson 
A. Buck Ayars 
Dr. & Mrs. John P. Ayer 
Robert B. Ayres 

Mr. & Mrs. Norbert F. 

Babicz 
Ade E. Babin 
Alexander H. Bacci 
David C. Bachman 



William T. Bacon 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel C. 

Badger 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur A. 

Baer 
Mrs. Robert A. Baer 
Mrs. James E. Baggot 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary R. Bahr 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis N. Baia 
Mr. & Mrs. David P. Baier 
Mr. & Mrs. Reginald K. 

Bailey 
JohnW. Baird 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell M. 

Baird 
James E. S. Baker 
Paul E. Baker 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley D. 

Baker 
E. M. Bakwin 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Bald 
Vincent Curtis Baldwin 
Dr. Harold Balikov 
Thomas J. Balke 
Mr. & Mrs. Webb C. Ball 

II 
WillardJ. Ball 
Mrs. Brook B. Ballard 
Mr. & Mrs. Don J. 

Balthazar 
Samuel V P. Banks 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. 

Bannon 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Greag 

Banta 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. 

Banta 
Edward Bara. Sr. 
Mr & Mrs. Willis R. 

Barber 
Ralph A. Bard, Jr. 
Oscar A. Barke 
Mr. & Mrs. H. A. Barkun 
Miss Lilace Reid Barnes 
Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. 

Barnes 
Dr & Mrs. George 

Bamett 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. 

Barney 
Mr. & Mrs. David Bamow 
Charles L. Barr 
Miss F. Rose Barr 
George Barr Foundation 
Mrs. Avis Barrett 
Charles C. Barrett 
Dr. Charles V. Barrett 
Roger W. Barrett 
Herbert Barsy 
Henry Bartholomay III 
Mrs. Robert Bartlett 
A. R. Barton 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell 

Baruch 
Mr. & Mrs. John Baschen 
Isadore Baskin 
Mr. & Mrs. Emery Bass 
Howard I. Bass 
Roberto. Bass 



Mr. & Mrs. Leon H. 

Bassett 
Mrs. George A. Basta 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. 

Batalia 
Mr. & Mrs. Tilden 

Batchelder 
James Bateman 
Henry Glos Bates 
Mr. & Mrs. Lucien R. 

Battiato 
Alvin H. Baum 
Mr. & Mrs. James P. 

Baxter 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. 

Bay 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael 

Bayard 
Mr. William T. Bean 
Mr. &Mrs. OrvilleC. 

Beattie 
Robert C. Becherer 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W. 

Beck, Jr. 
Mrs. James H. Becker 
Marion G. & S. Max 

Becker, Jr. Foundation 
Herbert A Beckstrom 
Alfred N Bederman 
The Ernest A. Bederman 

Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. 

Bednar 
Miss Dorothy E. Beetle 
Mrs. Benjamin I^eslie 

Behr 
Mr. &Mrs.CarlN.Beier 
Myron J. Beiersdorf, Jr. 
Dr. Helen R. Beiser 
Chauncey M Bell 
Miss Maurine Bell 
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin 

Belmares 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank A. 

Bench ik 
Mr & Mrs. Donald A. 

Benchley 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred 

Benesch 
Mr & Mrs. Edward H. 

Bennett, Jr. 
Keith W. Bennett 
Mr. & Mrs. B. E. 

Bensinger 
Mrs. George R. Bent 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Bent 
Mrs. Julian Bentley 
Mrs. Richard Bentley 
Mrs. Scott P. Bentley 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. 

Bentley 
M.C. Benton, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. 

Benzin 
Dr. & Mrs. Philip J. 

Berent 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene P. 

Berg 
Garret L. Bergen 



41 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



The Albert E. Berger 

Foundation, Inc. 
Miss Blanche M. Berger 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. 

Berger 
Emery E. Bergfors 
Mrs. Edward G. Berglund 
Edwm A. Bergman 
Robert S. Bergman 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Berliner 
Louis S. Berman 
Seymour Berman 
Byron G. Bernard 
John A. Bernauer 
Mr. & Mrs. P. Alden 

Berquist 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Stephen 

Berry 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert 

Bertalmio 
Norman Bertellotti 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 

Bertrand 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. 

Beslow 
Jack M. Besser 
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert E. 

Bessinger 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert C. Best 
Harry J. Bettendorf 
Miss Hermine Beukema 
Miss Moyra Beynon 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Bidwell 
Andrew P. Bieber 
Charles F. Biersborn 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. 

Biesel 
Fred B. Biestman, Jr. 
John N. Bingham 
George P. Binnie 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael 

Bimkrant, Jr. 
Charles B. Bishop 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Bittenbender 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl G. 

Bjorkman 
Dr. & Mrs. Arnold Black 
Miss Mary Black 
Mrs. Carolyn P. 

Blackmon 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Blair 
Blake Blair 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward 
McCormick Blair 
John M. Blair 
H.B.Blanke Charitable 

Trust B 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Blavin 
Edward D. Bleser 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. 

Blettner 
W. R. Blew 
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew K. 

Block 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. 

Block 
Mary & Leigh Block 

Charitable Fund, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. 
Block III 



Mrs. Samuel W. Block 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin R. 

Blomquist 
Herbert Blum 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Blum 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. 

Blumberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl M. 

Blumenschein 
Mrs. Frima H. 

Blumenthal 
Raymond S. Blunt. Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ira E. Bobbins 
Mrs. G. V. Bobrinskoy 
Miss Marion Bocach 
Mr. & Mrs. Fritz L. Bock 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold C. 

Bodine 
Stephen Bodjanac 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Bodman 
Miss Eleanora L. Boehm 
Dr. Roy E. Boggs 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald B. 

Bohlm 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl J. Bohne, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Claude C. 

Boles 
Mrs. Henry W. Bolt 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Bolt 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell 

Bonadonna 
Mr. & Mrs. James A. 

Bond 
Robert B. Bond 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold V. 

Bonebrake 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. 

Bookey 
Mrs. William A. Boone 
Leonard J. Booth 
Dr. & Mrs. Craig W. 

Borden 
Mr. & Mrs. John Jay 

Borland II 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin 

Boruszak 
Miss Lorraine Bossenga 
Mrs. Roland I. Bosworth 
Dr. Robert Bouer 
Miss Ann Elizabeth 

Bouvier 
Mrs. William J. Bowe 
Mrs. Clarence W. Bowen 
Mrs. Clymer S. Bowen 
Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Bowen 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry F. 

Bower, Jr. 
Mrs. Adell E. Bowers 
Lloyd W. Bowers 
Mr. & Mrs. Hermann C. 

Bowersox 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur S. 

Bowes 
Mr. & Mrs. K. D. Bowes 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Bowman 
Sidney L. Boyar 
Dr. & Mrs. John R. Boyd 
Mr. & Mrs. John William 

Boyd 
Mrs. T. Kenneth Boyd 



Paul F. Boyer 

Mrs. A. Ballard Bradley 

John R. Bradley 

Dr. & Mrs. Nelson 

Bradley 
Dr. & Mrs. Preston 

Bradley 
Robert Sayre Bradshaw 
The Svend & Elizabeth 

Bramsen Foundation 
Miss Eleanor Brandt 
Ellis R. Brandt 
William T. Branham 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph T. 

Branit 
David P. Brannin 
E. L. Brashears, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Braun 
Dr. & Mrs. Milton L. 

Braun 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. 

Brawders 
Thomas Breen 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Breitzke 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. 

Bremer 
James G. Brennan 
Mr. & Mrs. David M. 

Brenner 
Miss Hannah Brenner 
Miss Rhea Brennwasser 
Samuel Brenwasser 
Mrs. Adam A. Breuer 
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert C. 

Breuhaus 
Dr. & Mrs. John I. Brewer 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman M. 

Briggs 
Miss Alice M. Bright 
Mrs. H. R. Brintlinger 
Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Briscoe 
Mr. & Mrs. D.N. 

Brissman 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren 

Brockmeier 
Alan R. Brodie 
Mrs. A. L. Brody 
Alan Brody 
M. Scott Bromwell 
Mr. & Mrs. Beckwith R. 

Bronson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. 

Bronson 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry D. 

Bronson 
Byron E. Bronston 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert C. 

Brook 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Brooker 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Brooks 
Sr. Mary Liguori Brophy 
William B. Browder 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerad D. 

Browdy 
Mrs. C. O. Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Cameron 

Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. 

Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles K. 

Brown 



Charles L. Brown 
Mrs. Gardner Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. 

Brown 
Miss Jean J. Brown 
Josiah Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. 

Brown 
Dr. Rowine Hayes Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. 

Brown 
Mr. William A. Brown, Jr. 
Mrs. William A. Brown, 

Sr. 
William W. Brown, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. 

Browne 
The Bertha & Henry 

Brownstein Foundation 
Donald E. Bruce 
Mr. & Mrs. Matthias C. 

Bruch 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. 

Bryan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Lawrence 

Buchanan 
Mrs. DeWittW. 

Buchanan, Jr. 
Donald P. Buchanan 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon 

Buchanan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel 

Buchsbaum 
Herman 0. Buckley 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Prentiss 

Budd 
Robert M. Buddington 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Bartlett 

Budge 
Robert E. Budorick 
Mr. &Mrs. A. C. Buehler, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. H.L. Buehler 
Robert Buehler 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore 

Buenger 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. 

Buesch 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis E. 

Bulkeley 
Richards. Bull, Jr. 
George E. Bullwinkel 
Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Burbott 
Mrs. Clayton B. Burch 
James E. Burd 
Herman Burgi, Jr. 
Mrs. Alfred L. Burke 
Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Burke 
Mr. & Mrs. Grinnell 

Burke 
Miss Mary P. Burkett 
Felix P. Bum 
Homer A. Bumell 
Malcolm W. Burnett 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. 

Burney 
Edward J. Burns 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Burnstine 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. 

Burridge 
Arthur Burrows, Jr. 
George S. Burrows 
Robert S. Burrows 



f 



« 



42 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



► 



) 



Mr & Mrs. Edwin H. 

Busch 
Harry J. Busch 
George W. Butler 

Foundation 
Mrs. Gerald M. Butler 
Mr. & Mrs. John C.Butler 
Miss Marta Buttenwieser 
Robert B. Butz 
William Byers 
Dr. & Mrs. Hyo Hyun 

Byun 

Mrs. C. H.Caine 
Louis F. Cainkar 
Mrs. P. R. Caldwell 
Mrs. David Calhoun 
Miss Anne C. Callahan 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. 

Callahan 
Milton H.Callner 

Foundation 
Mrs. Harry L. Calvin 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. de 

Camara 
Mr. & Mrs. W. T. 

Cameron 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. 

Campbell 
Dr. & Mrs. James A. 

Campbell 
Mr. & Mrs. Talmage G. 

Campbell 
Dr. Kenneth M. 

Campione 
Dr. Bernard Cantorna 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Cantwell 
Weldon J. Caplinger 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard Capps 
Mr. & Mrs. Otto F. Carl 
Raymond Carlen 
George T. Carlm 
Leo J. Carlin 
Miss Anna Carlson 
Mr. & Mrs. C.Chester 

Carlson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernfred 

Carlson 
Dr. Margery C. Carlson 
William J. Carney 
Mrs. William Roy Carney 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

Carosella 
Mr. & Mrs. Dorr B. 

Carpenter 
Claude E.Carr, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Carr 
Wallace M. Carrithers 
Mr. & Mrs. Denis H. 

Carroll 
Dr. Michael E. Carroll 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas 

Carruthers 
Mr. & Mrs. Champ Carry 
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon E. 

Carstens 
Miss Frances Jeanette 

Carter 
Miss Gwendolen M. 

Carter 
Miss Margaret Carter 



Mr. & Mrs. Philip V. 

Carter 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. Case 
George W. Cash 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. 

Cassidy, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald 

Castell 
Silas S. Cathcart 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor 

Cavallari 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren Cecil 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence 

Cena 
Mr. & Mrs. Wence F. 

Ceme 
Mrs. Hammond E. 

Chaffetz 
Dr. Helen Challand 
Donald F. Chambless 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. 

Chandler 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. 

Channer 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen M. 

Chapman 
Dave Chapman 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Wendell 

Chapman 
Caroline S. & George S. 

Chappell, Jr. 

Charitable Fund 
Benedict D. Chaps 
Dr Allan G. Charles 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. 

Chenicek 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. 

Cherry. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Chester 
Nathaniel D. Chew 
Chicago Mountaineering 

Club 
Chicago Shell Club 
Frederick Newell Childs 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. 

Childs 
Mr. & Mrs. George B. 

Christensen 
Miss Rita M. Christiani 
Dr. G. L. Christopher 
Mr. & Mrs. Gale A. 

Christopher 
Mr. & Mrs. Weston R. 

Christopherson 
Richard L. Chudik 
Mrs. Freeman S. Church 
Herbert S. Church, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. 

Church 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Churchman 
Dr. & Mrs. Julius 

Ciekutis 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. 

Clark 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwards. 

Clark 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard R. 

Clark 
Norman Clark 
Robert M.Clark 
Miss Zeta E. Clark 
Mrs. Charles F. Clarke 



Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Clarke 
Mrs. Philip R. Clarke 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Benjamin 

Cleaver 
Miss Alice E. Clegg 
Mr. & Mrs. Laurence H. 

Cleland 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd T. 

Clemetsen 
Mrs. John Clemmer 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. 

Clinton 
Miss Stella Clinton 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. 

Cloud 
Mr. & Mrs. William S. 

Clough, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. 

Clow, Jr. 
Kent S. Clow, Jr. 
Miss Marion Clow 
William J. Coakley 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Cobb 
Mrs. Robert E. Coburn 
John L. Cochran 
Banford J. Cochrane 
Mrs. Eric W. Cochrane 
Mr. & Mrs. David R. Coey 
Mr. & Mrs Robert P. 

Coffin 
Mr. Si. Mrs. Abraham H. 

Cohen 
Mr. & Mrs. Emil M. 

Cohen 
Harry Cohen 
Mr. & Mrs. Perry Cohen 
Saul Cohen 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence 

Cohernour 
Lester & Florence Cohn 

Foundation 
Mrs. Rose B. Cohn 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. 

Colbum 
Mrs. Charles C. Colby 
Dr. & Mrs. Roger B. Cole 
Charles P. Coleman 
Clarence L. Coleman, Jr. 

& Lillian S. Coleman 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs, John 

Coleman, Jr. 
John E. Coleman 
Miss Thelma Coleman 
Mr. & Mrs. William 

Coleman 
James E. Colenso 
George A. Collias 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. 

Collins 
Orell T.Collins 
William M.Collins, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. 

Colman 
Mr. & Mrs. August V. 

Comella 
Mrs. Mathias Concannon 
James J. Condon 
Mrs. James P. Connelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. 

Conger 
Philip Conley 



Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Conner 
Dr. Arthur C. Connor 
Mrs. Kirk White Connor 
Arthur W. Consoer 
Jack P. Conti 
A. Bumham Converse 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. 

Cook 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanton R. 

Cook 
Max E. Cooper 
Mr. & Mrs. David R. 

Corbett 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas 

Corbett 
Mrs. David P. Cordray 
Warren Cordt 
Mr. & Mrs. Alverin M. 

Cornell 
Mr. &Mrs. H. E. 

Cortwright 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice B. 

Cossman 
Mrs. Carol L. Costello 
William J. Costello 
Dr. Vincent A. Costanzo 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. 

Cotton 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. 

Cottrell,Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Coulter 
Mrs. Merle C. Coulter 
Miss Prudence Coulter 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Coulter 
J. J. Couturier 
Mr. & Mrs. William S. 

Covington 
Miss Patricia R. Cowhey 
C. Russell Cox 
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford B. 

Cox 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. 

Coyne 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren B. 

Cozzens 
Mr. & Mrs. Sydney G. 

Craig 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur A. 

Cramer, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Crane 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Crane 
Mrs. William A. Crane 
Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Credille, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. 

Cremin 
Halbert O. Crews 
Michael Cudahy 
Dr. Catherine Cullinan 
John E. Cullinane 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank 

Cullotta 
Edward M. Cummings 
The Nathan Cummings 

Foundation, Inc. 
Tilden Cummings 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Cummins 
Mrs. Harold S. Cunliff 



43 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. 

Curtis 
Clarence C. Curtis 
Miss Gertrude Curtis 
Thomas B. Curtis 
Mr. & Mrs. Chester 

Curtiss 
Edward A. Cushman 
Paul William Cutler 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Dabbert 
Mr. & Mrs. Gennaro S. 

D'Addio 
Miss Bemice H. Dahl 
Benjamin Daidone 
Mr. & Mrs. Loren P. Daily 
Miss Anne E. Daley 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. 

Daley 
Dr. David N. Danforth 
George Edson Danforth 
Dr. William F. Danforth 
Oscar O. D'Angelo 
Edward C. Dapples 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Darby 
John & Norma Darling 

Foundation 
Dr. & Mrs. Tapas K. Das 

Gupta 
Miss Joan A. Davey 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald B. 

Davidson 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard S. 

Davidow 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Davies 
Charles W. Davis 
E. Byron Davis 
Dr. & Mrs. John M. Davis 
Mrs. Nathan S. Davis 
Ralph E. Davis 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. 

Davis 
John W. Dawson 
Bruce Dean 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. 

Dean 
Dr. & Mrs. Russell T. 

Dean 
Thomas A. Dean 
Mrs. Cecilia Dearth 
Mrs. Emmett Dedmon 
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. 

Deeming 
Louis H. T. Dehmlow 
Mr. & Mrs. George P. 

Dekker 
Mrs. James A. Delaney, 

Jr. 
John A. Delaney 
Robert O. Delaney 
Mr, & Mrs. Clayton Del 

Secco 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene L. 

Delves 
Mrs. George L. DeMent 
Mrs. R. J. DeMotte 
David B. Dengler 
Mrs. George S. Denison 
Mrs. Charles Dennehy, 

Jr. 
Miss Virginia J. Denney 



Mrs. Joseph R. DePencier 
Mrs. Charles M. Dering 
Mr. & Mrs. James G. 

Dern 
J. J. De Rosa 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Derrah 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. 

Desentz 
Ashley De Shazor 
Mr. & Mrs. Evangelos C. 

Despotes 
Earl A. Deutsch 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl Devoe 
Dr. & Mrs. Jay S. DeVore 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence L. 

Dewey 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry K. 

DeWitt 
Mr. & Mrs. David L. 

Diana 
Mrs. Edison Dick 
Mrs. K. Morton Dick 
Mrs. Clinton O. Dicken 
Earl B. Dickerson 
Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Dickes 
Mrs. Phil S. Dickinson 
William A. Dickman 
Mr. & Mrs. Duane A. 

Diehl 
Arthur L. Dierstein 
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence S. 

Dillon 
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Dillon 
Dr. Eugene R. DiMarco 
Mr. & Mrs. Loran P. 

Dirrenberger 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Dixon 
Mrs. Stewart S. Dixon 
Mrs. Wesley M. Dixon, Sr. 
Michael Dloogatch 
Mr. & Mrs. William 

Docker 
Mr. & Mrs. William 

Docker IV 
Dr. David W. Dodds 
Mrs. Edmund J. Doering 

II 
Mrs. Ethel Doerrer 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis M. 

Dohm 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Dolan 
David Dolnick 
Vivian A. Dolson 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. 

Domabyl, Sr. 
Dr. Marilyn A. Domer 
Mr. & Mrs. Norbert F. 

Dompke 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Don 
Dr. & Mrs. Alan W. 

Donaldson 
Miss Margaret Donaldson 
David E. Donnelley 
James V. Donoghue 
Mrs. Arthur Donovan 
Dr. Robert D. Dooley 
John Dorgett 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary R. Dorn 
Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Dotts 
Miss Clara Douglas 
George E. Douglas 



Mr. & Mrs. James H. 

Douglas, Jr. 
William C. Douglas 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack 

Douglass, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. H. James 

Douglass 
Mrs. Helen James 

Douglass 
Mr. & Mrs. George H. 

Dovenmuehle 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. 

Downs, Jr. 
John B. Doyle 
Dimmick D. Drake 
Mrs. Lyman M. Drake, Jr. 
Mrs. Rudolph Dreikurs 
Mr. & Mrs. Max Dressier 
Mr. & Mrs Phil Dressier 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. 

Drevs 
Mr. & Mrs. John E Drick 
Sidney H. Drury 
Dr. & Mrs. Wladyslaw 

Drwiega 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. 

DuBose 
Joseph A. Dubbs 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton Dufiie 
Mrs. Harry J. Dunbaugh 
Kent W. Duncan 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. 

Duncan 
Mr. & Mrs. Allison 

Dunham 
Mr. & Mrs. William Dunn 
George W. Dunne, Sr. 
Robert Dunnigan 
Dr. James V. Dunphy 
Miss Monica Dutkiewicz 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dybas 
Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer John 

Dye 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. 

Dyer 

S. F. Eagan 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. 

Earle 
Mr. & Mrs. George O. 

Earll 
Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Ebersole 
Miss Florence P. Eckfeldt 
Mrs. Percy B. Eckhart 
Alfred K. Eddy 
Daniel J. Edelman 

Foundation, Inc. 
Sigmund E. Edelstone 

Foundation 
Howard O. Edmonds 
John S. Edwards 
Mr. & Mrs. George W. 

Eger, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. 

Eger 
John Eggum 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Ehle 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin W. 

Ehlers 
Stanton L. Ehrlich 
Benedict Einarson 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Eisenberg 



Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. 

Eisenschiml 
James G. Ek 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. 

Eldridge 
William Elfenbaum 
Robert Elich 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Melvin 

Ellingsen 
Miss Grace E.Elliott 
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar S. 

EUman 
Dr. & Mrs. James P. 

Elmes 
Mrs. Henry Embree 
Miss M. Caroline Emich 
Mr. & Mrs. Tomy Endo 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. 

Engel 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

Engelman 
George W. Engelmann 
Dr. & Mrs. H. H.Epstein 
Mr. & Mrs. Jay Erens 
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Erick 
Walter H. Ericsson 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Erley 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. 

Ernest 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. 

Erskine 
Miss Mary Elizabeth 

Erskine 
Robert G. Ettelson 
Mrs. Bergen Evans 
Mr, & Mrs. Donald M, 

Evans 
Kenneth Evans 
Joseph M, Evans 
Mr. & Mrs, Raymond L, 

Evans 
Dr, & Mrs. Richard H. 

Evans 
W, M, Evans 
Boyd N. Everett 
Dr. & Mrs. Jack M. 

Everett 
William S. Everett 
Mr. & Mrs. George B, 

Everitt 
Gordon H, Ewen 
Mrs, Alberta Ezebukwu 

Mr, & Mrs, H, H, Fahnoe 
Mr, & Mrs, Stanley W, 

Faierson 
PaulW, Fairchild 
David W. Fairfield 
Mrs, John J, Faissler 
Mr, & Mrs, Paul E, Fanta 
Dr, Harry H, Farber 
Mr, & Mrs, Nick C, 

Farina 
Mr. & Mrs. Preston 

Farley 
Mrs. Glenwood Farmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. 

Farmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. 

Farrell 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. 

Farrell 



I 



44 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Theodore R. Farrington 
Mrs. Herbert R. Faulks 
Mrs. Herman Faure 
Mrs. Robert S. Faurot 
Mrs. William A. Faville 
William E. Fay, Jr. 
Frederick R. Fechtner 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. 

Fedor 
Bernard Feinberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. 

Feinstein 
Weldon Feldman 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth K. 

Fenske 
Mr. & Mrs. Calvm 

Fentress, Jr. 
Mrs. R. W. Ferguson 
Mr. & Mrs. Judge H. Fern 
Armin F. Fick 
Mrs. Kleinie Fieberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward 

Fiedler 
Mrs. Ann C. Field 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 

Field 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

Blame Fielding 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Fields 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Fields 
Edwin P. Fifielski 
S. Richard Fine 
Miss Anne Fink 
William Finkl 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen I. 

Finney 
Dr. & Mrs. Morris 

Fishbein 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael 

Fischer 
Lawrence R. Fisher 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip M. 

Fisher 
Harris J. Fishman 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. 

Fitts,Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. 

Fitzgerald 
Charles C. Fitzmorris, Jr. 
Mrs. I. M. Fixman 
Mrs. Gertrude S. Flacks 
Dr. C. Larkin Flanagan 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J, 

Flanagan 
Mr. & Mrs. Terrence 

Flanagan 
Mrs. Thomas U. Planner 
Misses Anna & Louise 

Fleischman 
E. L Fleming 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald T. 

Fletcher 
Mrs, Mildred C. Fletcher 
Mrs. Joseph B. Fligman 
Mr. & Mrs. James G. 

Flood 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. 

Florsheim 
Mr. &Mrs. W. J.Foell 
Lawrence R. Foerster 
Charles W. Folds 
Mrs. George R. Folds 



Dr. & Mrs. Eugene R. 

Folk 
Mr. & Mrs. Dwight W. 

Follett 
Dr. & Mrs. Eliot E. Foltz 
Joseph Pong 
Mrs. Robert L. Foote 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin S. Ford 
Harold E. Foreman, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. 

Foreman, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. George W. 

Forrest 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip T.Poss 
Miss Leila M. Foster 
Mrs. Reuben A. Foster 
Mrs. Audrey Fountain 
Miss L. Frances Fowler 
Dr. Benum W. Fox 
Richard W. Fox 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. 

Foxwell 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 

France 
Ejler Frandsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur A. 

Frank, Jr. 
Allyn J. Franke 
Gustave K. Franklin 
Harry I. Franklin 
Mrs. A. V. Eraser 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. 

Eraser 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Frasier 
Dr. Vincent C. Freda 
Dr. Chrislabel H 

Frederick 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 

Freedman 
Mrs. John W. Freels 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard S. 

Freeman 
Mr. & Mrs. William M. 

Freeman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. 

Fremont 
Miss Phyllis J. French 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Fresen 
Paul L. Freter 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. 

Freudenthal 
Miss Janet W. Freund 
Mrs. Charles Daniel Prey 
Dr. & Mrs. David A. Prey 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

prick 
Robert A. Fried 
Fred M. Friedlob 
Mrs. Arthur Friedman 
Mr. & Mrs. Morton R. 

Friedman 
Richard E. Friedman 
E. Charles Friesendorf 
Mrs. Edmund W. 

Froehlich 
Dr. & Mrs. Willard A. Pry 
Mr. & Mrs. Johan Fuchs 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Montford 

Pucik 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. 

Pucik 



Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. 

Fuermann 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Neal Fulk 
William W. Fullagar 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Fuller 

II 
Curtis Puller 
Paul C. Fulton 
Francis A. Furlong 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. 

Furrer 

Joseph M. Gabriel 

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. 

Gabriel 
Leopold G. Gabriel 
Rudolph Gabriel 
Miss Elsie C. Gadzinski 
Mrs. Charles B. Gale 
Mrs. Willis D. Gale 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. 

Gallagher 
Miss Mary Dru Gallagher 
Bruce M. Ganek 
Edward P. Gannon 
Mrs. James L. Garard 
Mrs. Myrl A. Garas 
Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. 

Garber 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley 

Gardas 
P. Sewall Gardner 
Henry K. Gardner 
Dr. & Mrs. John T. 

Garland 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice A. 

Garland 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Garrett 
Mr. & Mrs. John Gately 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter A. 

Gatzert 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. 

Gauthier 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. 

Gavin, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard I. 

Gavin 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred 

Gawthrop 
Francis M. Gazzolo 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. 

Gearen 
John T. Geary, Jr. 
Mrs. H. Hunter Gehlbach 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl R. Geiger 
Thomas A. Geldermann 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. 

Genther 
Henry A. Gentile 
Albert S. George 
Mrs. Maurice Patrick 

Geraghty 
Raymond I. Geraldson 
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall J. 

Gerber 
John M. Gerrard 
Louis Gershon 
Mr. & Mrs. Isak V. 

Gerson 
Edward J. Gessner 
Emma & Oscar Getz 

Foundation 



Mrs. Harry W. Getz 
James R. Getz Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. William Getz 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Gibbons 
Mr. & Mrs. James A. 

Gibbs 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. 

Gibbs 
Joseph L. Gidwitz 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Giesel 
Thomas K. Gifford 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. 

Gignilliat 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Gilbert 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. 

Gilbert 
Robert B. Gilbert 
Dr. R. K. Gilchrist 
The J. William Gimbel, 

Jr. & Odell B. Gimbel 

Foundation 
John Ginda 
Dr. & Mrs. Peter L. 

Giovacchini 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. 

Girardi 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren L. 

Gjorup 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Glabman 
Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Glass 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Glass 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Glennon 
Miss Fay T. Gliatto 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice J. 

Glicken 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hixon 

Glore 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert H. Glos 
Frank E. Glowacki 
Casey J. Gluckman 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. 

Gluckman 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Glunz 

III 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Gnaedinger 
Robert V. Gnapp 
Dr. & Mrs. Alphonse 

Gnilka 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence H. 

Goelzer 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon T. 

Goethal 
Mr. & Mrs. George C. 

Goewey 
Mr. & Mrs. Isadore Goffen 
Mr. & Mrs. Alan S. 

Golboro 
James S. Gold 
Seymour Gold 
Bertrand Goldberg 
David F Goldberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Irving H. 

Goldberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Abe Golden 
Dr. & Mrs. Israel 

Goldiamond 
Robert B. Golding 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. 

Goldman, Jr. 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Dr. Nathan Goldman 
Fred L. Goldsby 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome J. 

Golem 
Miss Lillian P. Gollnick 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry- W. 

Goluszka 
Frank J. Gombotz 
Mr. & Mrs. August T. 

Gonia 
Daniel J. Good 
Mr. & Mrs. Morton L. 

Goodfriend 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard 

Goodman 
Morris Goodman 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. 

Goodman 
Charles T. Goodrich 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward E. 

Gordon 
Mr. & Mrs. Herman J. 

Gordon 
Jerome S. Gore 
Sidney S. Gorham, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Gorske 
Miss Ruth Goshert 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur I. 

Gould 
Mr. & Mrs. Chester Gould 
Mrs. Joseph Y. Grade 
Dr. & Mrs. John S. 

Graettinger 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Graf 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur R. 

Graham 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce J. 

Graham 
Mr. & Mrs. Glen F. 

Graham 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor H. 

Graham 
Mr. & Mrs. M. B. Grant 
Stanley R. Grant 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Stanley 

Graves 
Miss Debby F. Gray 
Mrs. Earle Gray 
George T. Gray 
J. Douglas Gray 
Joseph J. Gray Family 

Fund, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton H. 

Gray 
Mrs. Richard R. Gray 
Mr. & Mrs. Williams. 

Gray 
Dr. & Mrs. John T. 

Grayhack 
David O. Green 
Dr. & Mrs. Francis P. 

Green 
Dr. Richard Green 
Miss Ruth E. Green 
Aubrey J. Greenberg 
Greene-Michel 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Eudell H. 

Greene 
Miss Jean McBride 

Greene 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Q 

Greenfield 



Mrs. N. R. Greening 
David H. Greenstein 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Greenwell 
Commander Frank V. 

Gregg Memorial Fund 
Bruce A. Gregga 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. 

Grego 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gregor 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard 

Grekel 
Dr. Dorothy Grey 
Henri B. Grier 
Mr. & Mrs. G. P. Grieve 
Dr. B. Herold GrifTith 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Tom 

Griffith 
Carroll L. Griffith & 

Sylvia M. Griffith 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred C. 

Griffiths 
G. Findley Griffiths 
Mrs. Lillian Grigaitis 
B. J. Grimes 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. 

Gronski 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank D. 

Grossman 
Mrs. Joseph Grossner 
Mrs. W. F. Grote 
Mrs. Karl Grube 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred H. 

Gruetzmacher 
Dr. & Mrs. John G. Gruhn 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold F. 

Grumhaus 
Stephen Gryglas 
Mrs. A. Paepcke Guenzel 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. 

Guenzel 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin 

Gullang 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Gunn 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Gunness 
Edward F. Gurka, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Edwin L. 

Gustus 
William N.Guthrie 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. 

Gwinn 

Miss Linda R. Haack 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph F. Haag 
Albert F. Haas 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred P. Haas 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton C. 

Haase 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Habermann 
Miss Valerie J. Hackert 
JohnW. B. Hadley 
W. W. Haerther 
Charles C.HafTnerUI 
Mrs. Fred Hafkin 
Harry H. Hagey 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald S. 

Hahn 
Mrs. Everett L. Hahne 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton W. 

Hales, Jr. 



Mr. & Mrs. David W.Hall 
Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. 

Hall 
Edward W. Hallauer 
W. J. Halligan 
R. M. Halverstadt 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. 

Hamann 
Mr. &Mrs.ChalkleyJ. 

Hambleton 
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. 

Hamilton 
Stuart Hamilton 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold F. 

Hamit 
Mrs. Robert S. Hammond 
George Hand 
John J Hank 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin 

Hanley 
Miss Gertrude Hannen 
J. Russell Hanson 
Mrs. Norman R. Hanson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Hanson 
Mr. & Mrs. Laurence J. 

Hapgood 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. 

Harasek 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Harbeck 
Melvin A. Hardies 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. 

Harding 
Mrs. D. Foster Harland 
Cdr. &Mrs.JohnA. 

Harman 
Mrs. Esther Pardee 

Harper 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. 

Harper, Jr. 
Hans Harr 
Mr. & Mrs. Chauncey D. 

Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Ira Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. Mortimer B. 

Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley G. 

Harris, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. 

Harrison 
E. Houston Harsha 
Mrs. Augustin S. Hart, Jr. 
Harry J. Hart 
Mrs. James M. Hart 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. 

Hart, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Kimball E. 

Harter 
Miss Catherine M. 

Hartigan 
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn W. 

Hartman 
Robert S. Hartman 
Mrs. Caroline Hartmann 
Roger J. Hartmann 
Mrs. Walter J. Hartmann 
Mrs. Robert J. Hartney 
Mr. & Mrs. C.Daggett 

Harvey 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman E. 

Hascall 



Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. 

Hassler 
Mrs. Jerome Hasterlik 
Dr. Elsie L. Haug 
Clarence Hauge 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. 

Haughton 
Mrs. Albert R. Hauser 
James A. Hawk 
Miss Maude M. Hawks 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter 

Hawrysz 
Miss Barbara N. Hayes 
Mrs. William H. Hazlett 
Mr. & Mrs. Laurin H. 

Healy 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. 

Healy 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Hegeman 
Mrs. Alex Hehmeyer 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Heidemann 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence W. 

Heider 
Mr. & Mrs. George 

Heigho 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. 

Heineke 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben W. 

Heineman 
Mrs. Ralph Heineman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

Heinsimer 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter W. 

Heinze 
Francis Heisler 
Wilfred H. Heitmann 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael H. 

Helberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. 

Held 
Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Heifer 
Mr. & Mrs. George R. 

Helffrich 
Mr. & Mrs. Willis W. 

Helfrich 
Miss Elsie Heller 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Helman 
Dr. Carol Tamminga 

Hengeveld 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank X. 

Henke, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert I. 

Henkel 
David E. Henkle 
Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert H. 

Hennessey 
O. L. Henninger 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin A. 

Henrickson 

Mrs. John A. Henry 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard F. 

Herkes 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. 

Herman 
Adolph S. Herseth 
Mr. & Mrs. Morse P. 

Hershfield 
Philip Hershkovitz 
Sidney J. Hess, Jr. 
Dennis Hesser 



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46 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Miss Ruth B. Hessler 
Charles E. Hetzel 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. 

Hetzler 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Hewitt 
Mrs. John Heymann 
Robert L. Heymann 
Mr. & Mrs. George N. 

Hibben 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. 

Hickey 
Lawrence P. Hickey 
Thomas D. Hicks 
Mr. & Mrs. Seiko Higa 
Mrs. Charles 

Higginbotham 
High Ridge Knolls PTA 
Howard E. Hight 
Burd Hikes 
Mr. & Mrs. George T. 

Hilden 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Hilker 
MissDawne R. Hill 
Kimball HiU 
Mr. & Mrs. Stacy H. Hill 
BertholdJ. Hillebrand 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Hillier 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur 

Hillman 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. 

Hillstrom 
Mrs. Rosamond Hilton 
E. Irene Hine 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold H, 

Hines, Jr. 
John L. Hines 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. 

Hintz 
Alan R. Hirsch 
Mrs. Edwin Hirsch 
Mrs. Henry D. Hirsch 
LeRoy Hirsch 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton W. 

Hirsch 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. 

Hirsch 
Dr. & Mrs. Hyman J. 

Hirshfield 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Hite 
Mrs. Robert Hi.xon 
George S. Hoban 
John E. Hoban 
Mr. & Mrs. John Hobart 
Edward W. Hobler 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry J. 

Hochberg 
Bert J. Hoddinott 
Sheldon M. Hodes 
Mrs. W. Press Hodgkins 
Mrs. William R. Hodgson 
Michael F. Hodous 
Miss Arlene K. Hoffman 
Mr. & Mrs. David B. 

Hoffman 
Edward S. Hoffman 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul F. 

Hoffman 
Francis J. Hogan 
Grace & Edwin E. Hokin 

Foundation 
Mrs.W. S. Holabird.Jr. 



Mr & Mrs. Roger S. 

Holcomb 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Holding 
Marshall M. Holleb 

Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. 

Hollerbach 
Thomas Hollingsworth 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald V. 

Hollins 
Raymond Hollis 
Mrs. Allen D. Holloway 
Miss Florence A. Hollweg 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip H. 

Holm 
Mr. & Mrs. Ellis A. 

Holman 
V. V. Holmberg 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward C. 

Holmblad 
Mrs. Max Holmburger 
Miss Jane A. Holmes 
Dr. & Mrs. John A. 

Holmes 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley H. 

Holmes 
Dr. Helen Holt 
Holzheimer Fund 
Donald S. Honchell 
Miss Frances Hooper 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. 

Hoover 
Mr & Mrs. Gerauld 

Hopkins 
Raymond W. Hopkins 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Hopp 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. 

Hoppensteadt 
Mr. & Mrs. F. E. Horn 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. 

Home 
The Franklin & Frances 
Horwich Family 
Foundation 
The Leonard J. Horwich 

Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald 

Horwitz 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Carter 

Howard, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. 

Howard 
Mr. & Mrs. James O. 

Howard 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. 

Howie 
Mr. & Mrs. L. R. Howson 
Miss Susan D. Hoyne 
Mrs. John D. Hrdlicka 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph J. 

Hrozencik 
Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln B. 

Hubbard 
Mrs. O. L. Hubbard, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. George 

Huebner 
Robert S. Huestis 
Mrs. Catherine Hughes 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Hughes 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. 
Hughes 



Mrs. William F. Hughes 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley 

Hughey 
Mr. & Mrs. R. B. Hulsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hunt, Jr. 
Jarvis Hunt 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester C. 

Hunt 
Lemuel B. Hunter 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Hunter 
Edward A. Hurd, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John J. Hurley 
Miss Patricia Hurley 
Mr. & Mrs. John Thomas 

Hurvis 
Dr. Ezra L Hurwich 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank L. 

Hussey, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Leroi E. 

Hutchings 
Mr. & Mrs. Chauncey 

Keep Hutthins 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. 

Hutchins 
John S. Hutchins 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard H. 

Hutchinson 
Frank D. Huth 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred S. Hyde 
Mrs. Dibrell P. Hynes 

Mrs. Wilmarth Ickes 
Ray J. Iden, Sr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Farouk Idriss 
Michael L. Igoe, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. 

Ignoffo 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Iker 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. 

Illich,Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. A. A. 

Imberman 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis E. 

Imbert, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald B. 

Inden 
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Inger 
Dr. Robert F. Inger 
Mrs. Stephen L. Ingersoll 
Mr & Mrs. Garland K. 

Ingraham 
Miss Marion F. Inkster 
Tony Inzerello 
Miss Patricia B. Irgang 
The Ireland Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Irvin 
Mrs. Henry Irwin 
Hans D. Isenberg 

Foundation 
The Isgo Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. 

Isham 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. 

Isham 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. 

Isham, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph N. 

Isham 

Mr. & Mrs. Norbert S. 

Jacker 
Dr. Albert L. Jackson 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Jacob 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter P. 

Jacobi 
Mr. Carl Bearse Jacobs 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur I. 

Jacobson 
Emmanuel Jacobson 
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob 

Jacobson 
Raphael Jacobson 
Walter Jacobson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Jacoby 
Dr. & Mrs. Eugene H. 

Jaeger 
Louis JafTe 
Mr. & Mrs. Mel Jaffe 
Mr. & Mrs. Loren A. Jahn 
Mr. & Mrs. Reinhardt H. 

Jahn 
Herman R. Jahnke 
Frederick G. Jaicks 
Stanley H. Jakala 
Mrs. Katherine W. James 
Mr.& Mrs. Thomas N. 

James 
Mrs. Ralph C. James 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph L. 

Janega 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Janetka 
Robert W. Janssen 
Mrs. Leonard Japp, Sr. 
Charles C. Jarchow 
Mr. & Mrs. Christian E. 

Jarchow 
Sidney F. Jarrow 
Randall Jasin 
Robert W. Jay 
Mrs. Grace A. Jelinek 
Miss Rose Jemillo 
Albert E. Jenner. Jr. 
Mr. Arthur M. Jens, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. 

Jensen 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. 

Jensen 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. 

Jentes 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. 

Johanson 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry M. 

Johns 
Bruce C.Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. 

Johnson 
Elmer A. Johnson 
George E. Johnson 
Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. 

Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard R. 

Johnson 
Miss Janice Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 

Johnson 
Ralph E. Johnson 
Robert A. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Johnson 
Wallace D. Johnson 
Rev. William A. Johnson 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr. & Mrs. Wilton W. 

Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Jolls, Sr. 
Miss Olga Jonasson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. 

Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry A. 

Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Lee 

Jones 
John W. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Owen Barton 

Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter H. Jones 
Mrs. Robert V. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. C. R. Jonswold 
Paul C. Jorgensen 
Mr. & Mrs. David Joseph 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome 

Joseph 
Mr. & Mrs. C.C.Jung 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore 

Jung, Jr. 
Grover Jungbluth 
The Junior League of 

Evanston, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert P. 

Jurevis 
Marvin Juron 

Mr. &Mrs. E.J. Kachan 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Kackley 
William V. Kahler 
Mr. & Mrs. Aron Kahn 
Richard L. Kahn 
William H. Kahn 
Miss Beatrice Kaiser 
BertJ. Kallis 
Miss Patricia M. 

Kammerer 
Ronald C. Kamp 
Melvin J. Kaplan 
Dr. & Mrs. Raymond L. 

Kaplan 
Stuart M. Kaplan 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey E. 

Kapnick, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

Kapoun 
Mrs. Karen Marie Karh 
Lawrence Kasakoff 
Mrs. Frederick M. Kasch 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Kaspar 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. 

Kastenholz 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin L. 

Katten 
Meyer Katz Family 

Foundation, Inc. 
Ronald Katz 
M. G. Kaufman 
Fred R. Kaufmann, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. 

Kay, Jr. 
Norton H. Kay 
Mrs. Caston I. Kazan 
William S. Kazuk 
Mr. & Mrs. Hinman 

Kealy 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. 

Keane 



Glenn A. Keats 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin O. 

Kehoe 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Kehr 
Marshall W. Keig 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald K. 

Keim 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy C. Keister 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph 

Kelemen 
Dr. Algimantas Kelertas 
Mr. & Mrs. C. J. Kelleher 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Kelleher 
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd E. 

Keller 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Keller 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Keller 
Dr. & Mrs. Meredith E. 

Keller 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Keller, Jr. 
Mrs. Philip Kelley 
Russell P. Kelley 

Foundation 
John Payne Kellogg 
Donald P. Kelly 
Ernest B.Kelly, Jr. 
Mrs. Haven Core Kelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. 

Kelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick T. 

Kelsey 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. 

Kemp 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell M. 

Kemp, Jr. 
Miss M. Rosalie Kempe 
Mr. & Mrs. James S. 

Kemper 
Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Keneipp 
Mrs. S. W. Kenly 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas 

Kennedy 
Dr. & Mrs. William E. 

Kennel 
Harrison Kennicott, Jr. 
Miss Elizabeth M. 

Kernahan 
Mrs.J. W.Kerr 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Ken- 
Mr. & Mrs. William Kerr 
Charles C. Kerwin 
Edwin M. Kerwin Fund 
The Kestnbaum 

Foundation 
Mrs. E. Ogden Ketting 
Mr. Rollin A. Keyes 
Dr. & Mrs. Francois 

Kezdy 
Dr. & Mrs. Bashir Khan 
Mr. & Mrs. F. R. Khan 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. 

Kieckhefer 
Miss Joyce M. Kieffer 
Robert Kikuchi 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. 

Kimen 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard 

Kimmel 
Keith Kindred 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. 

King 



Dr. & Mrs. Lester S. King 

Mr. & Mrs. Sam S. King 

W. S. Kinkead 

Mrs. Ansel M. Kinney 

John J. Kinsella 

Robert S. Kinsey 

Mrs. Weymouth Kirkland 

Mr. & Mrs. Clayton 

Kirkpatrick 
Miss Patricia Kirksey 
Lyman R. Kirst 
Mr. & Mrs. Albm B. 

Kisielius 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Kittleman 
Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Y. 

Kitsuse 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester A. 

Kitzman, Jr. 
Mrs. Harold D. Klatz 
Mr. & Mrs. Sivert 

Klefstad 
Stanley Klefstad 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Klein 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard 

Kleinman 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen 

Kleman 
Mrs. William Klier 
Raymond A. Kliphardt 
Miss Evelyn K. Klock 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. 

Klumpp, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. William B. 

Knapp 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur 

Kneibler 
John S. Knight 
Mrs. Robert G. Knight 
Mr. & Mrs. Lance L. Knox 
Maurice G. Knoy 
Raymond F. Koch 
Raymond J. Koch 
Mr. & Mrs. Eldred M. 

Koenig 
Werner Koester 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman A. 

Koglin 
Mrs. Sylvan Kohn 
Miss Lynn B. Kohner 
Mr. & Mrs. George G. 

Kolar 
Kenneth W. Kolar 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Kolb 
Dr. & Mrs. Louis W. Kolb 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. 

Koldyke 
John Anton Kollar, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. David F. 

Koolish 
Miss Elinor D. Koopman 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Kopp 
N. F. Korhumel 
Dr & Mrs. Adrianus 

Korpel 
Stanley R. Korshak 
Herbert H. Koshgarian 
Peter J. J. Kosiba 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. 

Kosin 
Miss Lucille V. Kosinske 



Miss Anna H. Kosinski 
Mr. & Mrs. Sig Kosterlitz 
George Kostka 
Gabriel Gary Kotin 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Kotler 
Igor A. Kovac 
Dr. & Mrs. Donald J. 

Kovach 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. 

Kowalski 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard F, 

Kowalski 
Francis H. Koziol 
Miss Fran Kozlik 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. 

Kozlowski 
Miss Florence A. 

Kraemer 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred 

Kramer 
Douglas Kramer 
Mr. & Mrs. Erman G. 

Kramer 
Theodore J. Krasnow 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. 

Krass 
Victor E. Kraus 
Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Krause 
Mr & Mrs. James R. 

Krebs 
Miss Jeanette G. Kremer 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles S. 

Kresnoff 
Leonard O. Krez 
Mr. & Mrs. Mathew F. 

Kritchever 
Mr. & Mrs. W. A. 

Kroeplin 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter A. 

Krolski 
William Krucks •• 

Miss Kay Kruger 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Krumwiede 
John F. Krupka 
William Kruskal 
John F. Kryl III 
Dr. Patricia B. Kubistal 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond 

Kuby 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. 

Kuehnle 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Kuhn 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Kuhn 
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Kuhn 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Kulasik 
Albert Kunstadter 

Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Kunz 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Kunze 
Mr. & Mrs. James A. 

Kurfess 
Cdr. John F. Kurfess 
Mrs. W. F. Kurfess 
Mr & Mrs. Clyde 

Kurlander 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. 

Kurtz, Jr. 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy S. 

Kwiatt 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Kyle 

Dr. & Mrs. John R. Laadt 
Miss Clara R. Lacey 
Mr. & Mrs. Fountain 

Lackey 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth B. 

Lacy 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Laird 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas C. 

Lakars 
Dr. Frederic D. Lake 
Mr. & Mrs. Uno Lake 
Mr. & Mrs. A. P. 

Lancaster 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. 

Landaker 
The Howard & Pauline 

Landau Foundation 
David P. Landon 
Jack Landschulz 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. 

Lane 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick S. 

Lane 
Mr. & Mrs. Lee Lane 
Mr. & Mrs. William Noble 

Lane 
Mrs. Lawrence E. 

Langdon 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander S. 

Langsdorf 
Joseph B. Lanterman 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. 

Lape 
Arthur S. LaPine 
Earl D. Larsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward R. 

Larsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger B. 

Larsen 
Mrs. Jack Arlon Larsh 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. 

Larson 
Roger N. Larson 
LaSalle Adams Fund 
Harry Lasch 
The Lash Foundation 
Laurence D. Lasky 
Mr. &Mrs. AlbonJ. 

Lasseigne 
George P. Latchford III 
Miss Frances E. Latham 
Mrs. Sam Laud 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. 

Laurenson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lauter 
Mr. & Mrs. Morris A. 

Lauwereins 
Miss Celeste R. Lavelli 
James J. Lawrence 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry 

Lawrence 
Mrs. Roland H. Lawrence 
Dr. & Mrs. William R. 

Lawrence 
John Franklin Lax 
Mr. & Mrs. L. B. Lea 
Mrs. Richard W. Leach 
Russell J. Leander 



Dr. & Mrs. Aaron Learner 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip C. 

Lederer 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Owen Lee 
Mr. & Mrs. W. E. 

LefTingwell 
The Leffmann 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Leslie C. 

Lehman 
Morris L Leibman 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. 

Leich 
Dr & Mrs. Murray H. 

Leiffer 
Dr. & Mrs. Christopher A. 

Lekas 
Edward L. Lembitz 
Mrs. Benjamin Lemer 
Richard Lemer 
John C. Leininger 
R. A. Lenon 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry A. 

Lemer 
John Lerner 
John H. Leslie 
Mr. & Mrs. James N. 

Lesparre 
Lucien D. Levaccare 
Mr. & Mrs. Byron H. 

Levene 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward H. 

Levi 
Elaine & Stanley Levi 

Foundation 
Sidney D. Levin 
Dr. & Mrs. Stuart Levin 
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Y. 

Levinson 
Charles Levy 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack L Levy 
Louis & Theresa Levy 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis 
Mr. & Mrs. Perry J. Lewis 
Dr. R. Bums Lewis 
The Robert A. Lewis Fund 
Samuel B. Lewis 
Dr. Ben W. Lichtenstein 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis C. 

Liddy 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph 

Liebling 
Miss Melanie Liesse 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

Lifvendahl 
Mrs. Arthur Light 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman Light 
Mr. & Mrs. Rex Light 
John S. Lillard 
T. M. Lillard 
Terence Lilly 
Lucien A. Lincoln 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman F. 

Lindahl 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

Linderman 
John Lindgren 
Robert A. Lindquist, Jr. 
Mrs. Howard Linn 
Dr. & Mrs. Roman J. 

Lipinski 
Mrs. William Lippman 



Donald C. Lisle 
Mrs. Chapin S. Litt«n 
Mr. & Mrs. Matt Little 
Dr. & Mrs. W.C.Liu 
Mrs. Katherine Trees 

Livezey 
Mrs. John J. Livingood 
Mrs. Homer J. Livingston 
Mrs. Joseph F. Lizzadro 
Mr. & Mrs. Glen A. Lloyd 
L. R. Lock 
Dr. Henry S. Loeb 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. 

Loebe 
Jerrold Loebl 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Loeding 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. 

Loewenthal, Jr. 
Charles W. Lofgren 
Mr. & Mrs. John O. Logan 
Miss Margaret Loh 
Mrs. William Edgar Long 
Miss Susie de Lorenzi 
Mrs. China R. Loring 
Kenneth Lotsoff 
Miss Ruth Longhead 
Mrs. John J. Louis 
Dr. & Mrs. Franklin 

Lounsbury 
Mrs. A. L. Lovell 
Ernest C. Lowrance 
Charles W.Lubin 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. 

Lucas 
Mr. & Mrs. L. N. Lucas 
Richard H. Lucas 
Earle Ludgin 
Ralph J Lueders 
Dr. & Mrs. Aldo A. 

Luisada 
L. A Lund 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Lundgren 
Mrs. Helen N Lundy 
Mrs. Henry Luning 
Miss Louise Lutz 
Mrs. Richard Lydy 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter G. 

Lykos 

Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Maas 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Mabie 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. 

Mabie 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Macal 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. 

Mar Arthur 
Angus MacDonald 
Charles C. MacDonald 
Mr. & Mrs. E. K. 

MacDonald 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. 

MacDonald 
William C. MacDonald 
Russell P. MacFall 
Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm B. 

Maclntire 
John J. Mack 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Mackay 
Mr. & Mrs. David O. 

MacKenzie 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. 

MacKinnon 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur T. 

Macklin 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

MacLean, Jr. 
Douglas H. Macomber 
Mrs. M. MacNaughton 
Mrs. Roderick 

MacPherson 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne S. 

Madden 
Mrs. Albert F. Madlener, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Otto Madlener 
Mr. & Mrs. Merlin 

Madsen 
Mrs. James Magin 
Robert B. Maher 
Mrs. A. G. Maitzen 
Phillips. Makin 
Paul Makray 
Judd D. Malkin 
Mrs. Edith Grimm 

Malone 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

Maloney 
James Maltman, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. 

Mandabach, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney W. 

Mandel 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome 

Mandell 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Mandler 
Harold & Edna ManhofT 

Foundation 
Mrs. John F. Manierre 
John M. Mann 
Mr. & Mrs. Wendell E. 

Mann 
John F. Mannion 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. 

Mansfield 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. 

Manta 
Dr. Michael Maraganore 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

March 
David Marcus 
Richard E. & Francelle 

W. Marcus Family 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Edward 

Marder 
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. 

Margolies 
Mr. & Mrs. Asher J. 

Margolis 
Cyrus Mark 
The Markle Foundation 
Mrs. Henry A. Markus 
Mrs. F. H. Marling 
Dr. John J. Marlowe 
Mrs. Gilbert H. 

Marquardt 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Marquardt 
Sydney R. Marovitz 
Mr. & Mrs. McKim 

Marriott 
Jav Marshall 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr. & Mrs. John N. 

Marshall 
Miss Lucy Marshall 
Mrs. Henry A. Marten 
C. V. Martin Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. 

Martin 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Martin 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. 

Martin 
Sam Martin 
Dr. & Mrs. Stanley 

Martin 
Mrs. Margaret Martling 
Mr. & Mrs. Alex A. 

Marzek 
Mr. & Mrs. John Masley 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevil H. 

Mason 
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford G. 

Massoth 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Mast 
Mrs. Keith Masters 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh M. 

Matchett 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles R. 

Matera 
Mr. & Mrs. Selwyn R. 

Mather 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. 

Mathers 
Paul J. Maton 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Matson 
Dr. & Mrs. Henry B. 

Matthews 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold J. 

Matthies 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. 

Mattick 
John A. Mattmiller 
Edward A. Matuga 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. 

Maulding 
Dr. & Mrs. S. Joseph 

Maurice 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. 

Maxson 
Augustus K. Maxwell, Jr. 
Robert E. Maxwell 
August H. May 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Chester 

May 
Mrs. David Mayer 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank D. 

Mayer, Jr. 
Mrs. Frank D. Mayer, Sr. 
Mrs. Robert B. Mayer 
Thomas S. McAloon 
Mr. & Mrs. Billings M. 

McArthur 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

McAulifTe 
Hughston McBain 
Frank J. McCabe, Jr. 
Miss Marian L. McCabe 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. 

McCallister 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. 

McCann 
Mr. & Mrs. D. N. McCarl 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles P. 

McCartney 



Richard L. McClenahan 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. 

McClure, Jr. 
Dr. Billy M. McCormac 
Dr. Walter C.McCrone 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. 

McCurry 
Mrs. John McCutcheon 
Bernard McDevitt 
Bernard J. McDonnell, Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. C. Bouton 

McDougal 
Mrs. Edward D. 

McDougal, Jr. 
Mrs. Lois McDowell 
Dr. & Mrs. Ernest G. 

McEwen 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. 

McFarland 
Mr. & Mrs. Risley B. 

McFeely, Jr. 
Charles s'. McGill 
Mr. & Mrs. John 

McGoorty. Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs.'johnE, 

McGovem, Jr. 
James P. McGuffin 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

McGuire 

Mrs. John McHugh 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. 

Mcllvaine 
Donald McKellar 
Mr. & Mrs. William W. 

McKittrick 
James J. McLaughlin 
Mr. & Mrs. Don H. 

McLucas 
Andrew J. McMillan 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

McMillan 
Mrs. W. B. McMillan 
Miss Shirley McMillen 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. 

McNally 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

McNamara 
Mrs. Robert C. 

McNamara 
Dr. & Mrs. William H. 

McNeill 
Joseph Munroe McNulty 
Paul D. McNulty 
Cleo Edwin McPherson 
McShumwill Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Means 
Mrs. Ema Mecklenburger 
Dr. L. Steven Medgyesy 
Henry W. Meers Fund 
Mrs. Georgette Mehan 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. 

Meierdirks 
Mrs. Linda Stem Meisel 
Mr. & Mrs. Irwin 

Mellman 
Miss Margaret Mellody 
Miss Sue Meilor 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard D. 

Meltzer 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugo J. 

Melvoin 
Dr. Karl Menninger 
Mrs. Herman Menzel 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Mergens 
Neal Mermall 
Dr. & Mrs. James W. 

Merricks 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. 

Merritt, Jr. 
Miss Josephine F. Mesha 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon 

Metcalf 
Mr. & Mrs. Metzenthin 
Mr. & Mrs. Bill T.Meyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Meyer 
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Meyer 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. 

Meyer 
Mrs. Vernon A. Meyer 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. 

Meyers 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerson E. 

Meyers 
Allen C. Michaels 
Everett B. Michaels 
Joseph M. Michaels 
Ralph Michaels 
Dr. & Mrs. William J. 

Michel 
Robert D. Michels, Jr. 

Foundation 
Bert Henry Michelson 
Andrew Michyeta, Jr. 
Robert J. Migely 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. 

Mikolite 
Mr. & Mrs. Munroe 

Milavetz 
Mr. & Mrs. A. R. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. Arnold M. 

Miller 
Dr. & Mrs. C. Phillip 

Miller 
Dr. Cecilia E. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. 

Miller 
Homer L. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Carter 

Miller 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Roscoe 

Miller 
Jack E.Miller 
Mrs. Paul C.Miller 
Paul J. Miller 
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. 

Miller 
Russell G. Miller 
Shelby A. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. Thormund A. 

Miller 
V. Michael Miller 
John F. Millet 
John J. Milligan 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Milligan 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. 

Milliken 
Dr. & Mrs. Girard Mills 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold J. 

Mills 
William T.Milton 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

Minarik 



Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. 

Mints 
Mr. & Mrs. Lyman L. 

Mitchell 
Mr. & Mrs. Ned E. 

Mit<:hell 
Mr. & Mrs. B. John Mix, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen 

Miyagawa 
L. T. Moate 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. 

Modisett 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter 

Modrzejewski 
Mr. &Mrs. H. G. 

Mojonnier 
Mrs. Robert Moldafsky 
Miss Marion Molyneaux 
Robert F. Monaghan 
Frank A. Monhart 
Henry I. Monheimer 
Mrs. Boswell Monroe 
Dr. Clark A. Montgomery 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth 

Montgomery 
Mr. & Mrs. R. P. 

Montgomery 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Moody 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. 

Mooney 
Edwin R. Moore 
R. Edwin Moore 
Mr. & Mrs. John Morava 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. 

Morfee 
George E. Morgenstern 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. 

Moriarty  

Mrs. Clara H. Morris 
Edward Morris 
Jerrold L. Morris 
Milton H. Morris 
Mrs. John A. Morrissey 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. 

Morrison 
George L. Morrow 
Mrs. John Morrow, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas 

Morrow 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. 

Morrow 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. 

Morstadt 
Mr. & Mrs. Horace C. 

Moses 
Mrs. John T. Moss 
Alfred Mossner 

Foundation 
Dr. & Mrs. Salvatore A. 

Motto 
James Otto Mourek 
Mrs. David G. Moyer 
Mrs. Plobert L. Muckley 
Mr. & Mrs. Foorman L. 

Mueller, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter 

Mueller 
Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Mulac 
William A. Mullen 
Aldan L Mullett 
Manly W. Mumford 



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Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. 

Murdough 
Mr. & Mrs. Austin F. 

Murphy 
Carroll Dean Murphy, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles F. Murphy, 

Sr. 
Mrs. John Carey Murphy 
W. Richard Murphy 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon N. 

Murray 
Miss Jeanne E. Murray 
Mr. & Mrs. Todd Murray 
W. E. Mussett 
Mr. & Mrs. George V. 

Myers 
Mrs. Lewis E. Myers 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard S. 

Naft 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul C. Nagel, 

Jr. 
Mrs. Jerome Naman 
RoscoeC. Nash 
Arthur Nasheim 
Bernard Nath 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas 

Nathan 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. 

Naylor 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth 

Nebenzahl 
Mr. & Mrs. John Neil 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl E.Nelson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hale Nelson 
Robert L. Nelson 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter A. 

Netsch 
Mr. & Mrs. Fritz 

Neugarten 
Hans Neumann 
Mr. & Mrs. D. L. Nevins 
Mrs. John C. Nevins 
Mr. & Mrs. Shel 

Newberger 
William Newby 
Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Newgard 
Dr. Edward A. Newman 
Miss Nancy J. Newman 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard W. 

Newmann 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald 

Newton 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Newton 
Oliver Nickels 

C. G. Niebank 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo 

Niederberger 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip H. 

Niederman 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. 

Nielsen, Sr. 
George Nielsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Cyril J. 

Niemiec 
Mr. & Mrs. Alden W. 

Niemoth 
Thomas M. Niles 
Mrs. Vorv'ce T. Nimocks 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. 

Nisen 



Mr. & Mrs. Ronald D. 

Niven 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. 

Noesges 
Jeremiah J. Nolan 
Mr. & Mrs. Dale A. 

Nonnemacher 
S. Norberte 
Seymour Nordenberg 
Mrs. Lawrence E. Norem 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. 

Nork 
Harold W. Norman 
Mrs. Harriet W. Nortman 
Dr. Arthur H. Norton 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry E. 

Norton 
Lester L. Norton 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. 

Norton 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore S. 

Noskowicz 
Dr. Gertrude Novak 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred H. 

Noyes 
Mrs. John Nuveen 
Mr. & Mrs. Karl F. 

Nygren 
Mr. & Mrs. Sven T. Nylen 

Mr. & Mrs. James F. 

Gates, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Anton 

Oberhuber 
J. R. Obertino, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert 

O'Boyle 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. 

O'Boyle 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice J. 

O'Brien 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

O'Brien 
Mr. & Mrs. Emmitt M. 

O'Connor 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald W. 

O'Connor 
Robert J. O'Connor 
Mr, & Mrs. Ralph M. 

Odegard 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Robert 

Odell 
William R. Odell 
Dr. & Mrs. Y. T. Oester 
Harry Owen Ogg 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

O'Hara 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. 

O'Keefe 
DeWitt O'Kieffe 
Dr. & Mrs. Henry B. 

Okner 
Dr. George A. Olander 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. 

O'Leary 
Harry M. Oliver, Jr. 
Dr. Marguerite Oliver 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl B. Olson 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. 

Olson 
Mrs. Patrick L. O'Malley 
Miss Lucy Omo 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Opitz 



The Oppenheimer Family 

Foundation 
Mrs. Edward H. 

Oppenheimer 
Mr. & Mrs. Franklin 

Orwin 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Irving 

Osborne, Jr. 
Mrs. Gilbert H. Osgood 
Gary M. Ossewaarde 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard 

Osterberger, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon E. 

Osterstrom 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 

Ostrom 
James J. O'Sullivan, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. 

O'Sullivan, Jr. 
James Otis. Jr. 
Stuart Huntington Otis 
John Ekern Ott 
Mrs. Ruth Harris Ottman 
Mrs. Richard C. Oughton 
David B. Owen 
John H. Owen, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Brian M. 

Owens 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon W. 

Owens 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. 

Owens 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Owens 
Llewellyn G. Owens 
Martin Ozinga 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. 

Packard 
Mrs. Sarah R. Packard 
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Paddock 
Mrs. Walter Paepcke 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Paesch 
Miss Eleanor A. Pagano 
Rev. William Russell 

Page, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick V. 

Paine 
Mrs. James W. Painton 
Dr. & Mrs. Walter L. 

Palmer 
Herbert W. Pannier 
Dr. Frank B. Papierniak 
Dr. & Mrs. Anton M. 

Pantone 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

Parish 
Dr. & Mrs. William L. 

Pari.sh, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne R. 

Park 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Parker 
Miss Bertha M. Parker 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. 

Parker 
Mr. & Mrs. Chilton E. 

Parker 
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford 

Parker 
Troy L. Parker 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. 

Parks 



Mr. & Mrs. Argo M. 

Parrello 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Parrish, Jr. 
Miss Margaret Parry 
Dr. & Mrs. Norman G. 

Parry 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd C. 

Partridge 
Dr. & Mrs. Luke R. 

Pascale 
Mrs. Herbert C. Paschen, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 

PascoUa 
Miss Jean V. Pasdeloup 
Aaron D. Pashkow 
Dr. & Mrs. Philip Y. 

Paterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. 

Pates 
Norman J. Patinkin 
Dr. Joan Patterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Quentin F. 

Patterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Patterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. 

Patterson 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. 

Patton 
Mr. & Mrs. Elias Paul 
Dr. & Mrs. Oglesby Paul 
William J. Pavey 
John H. Payton 
Charles D. Peacock III 
Miss Elisabeth Pearl 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O. 

Pearce 
Mr. & Mrs. George A. 

Pearson, Jr. 
Roy E. Peavev 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. 

Peck 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick R. 

Pedrigi 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. 

Pefley 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. 

Peirce 
Dr. Raymond J. Pellicore 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Ernest Pepe 
John H. Perkins 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey 

Perl man 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Perry 
William A. Perry 
Frank Pesce 
Mrs. Barbara B. Pe.sch 
Kenneth H. Petchenik 
Mr. & Mrs. James Petcoff 
Edward Peterlee 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Peters 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Peters 
Glenn A. Petersen 
Albert C. Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Arvid Allen 

Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Adelor Petit, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Pfeif 
Miss Roselyn Pfeiffer 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



J. Francis Pfrank 
Miss Marjorie C. 

Phemister 
Walter J. Phillips 
Mr. &Mrs. WilbertJ. 

Pichler 
Frederic G. Pick 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. 

Picken 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen R. 

Pierce 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Pierce 
Mr. & Mrs. Morton Pierce 
Paul Pierce, Jr. 

D. Robert Pierson 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy J. Pierson 
Ladies of Pilgrim Faith 

Church 
IraM. Pink&LibbieP. 

Pink Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. 

Pirok 

Mr. & Mrs. George M. 

Plews 
Mr. & Mrs. John William 

Pocock 
Miss Gertrude Polashak 
Mr. & Mrs. Irving B. 

Polhemus 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice A. 

PoUak 
Mr. & Mrs. Oren T. 

Pollock 
Harry F. Polos 
Mrs. Harold M. Pond 
Andrew L. Pontius 

E. J. Pool 

Mrs. Heniy Pope, Jr. 

John W. Pope 

Mr. & Mrs. William P. 

Pope 
Edward C. Porter 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. 

Porter 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Posner 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Post 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. 

Potter 
Albert W. Potts 
Miss Helen Pound 
Charles C. Powell 
H. Robert Powell 
Joseph A. Power 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Preble, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. 

Preston 
Mr. & Mrs. Terence 

Prevendar 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. 

Price 
Harry Prince 
Stanley R. Pringle 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack N. 

Pritzker 
Joseph Prokop 
Mr. & Mrs. Matthias J. 

Propst 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Prosser 
Capt. & Mrs. Randell H. 

Prothro 



Victor W. Purcey 

Miss Barbara G. Quigley 
James R. Quinn 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice L. 
Quinn 

S. S. Raab 

Dr. John H. Raach 

Mr. & Mrs. Wallace E. 

Rabatine, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. George B. 

Rabb 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles O. 

Race 
Dr. & Mrs. E. M. Racher 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rada, 

Jr. 
Mrs. Dorothy W. Radack 
Richard J. Radebaugh 
Radner Fund. Inc. 
Miss Audree M. Ragan 
Mr. & Mrs. Evan L. 

Ragland III 
Mr. & Mrs. L. S. Raisch 
Mr. & Mrs. B. R. 

Rakosnik 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman 

Ramsden 
Mr. & Mrs. George R. 

Ramsey 
Mr. & Mrs. George A. 

Ranney 
Allen N. Ransom 
James H. Ransom 
Jack Rapaport 
Mr. & Mrs. F. R. Rapids 
Earle S. Rappaport 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Ratcliffe 
Melvin E. Rath 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. 

Rathbun 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. 

Raths 
Miss Martha L. Ravlin 
Miss Georgia C. Rawson 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Daniel Ray 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard 

Raymer 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Reda 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Redding 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Reder 
William M. Redfield 
William A. Redmond 
Miss Gertrude E. Reeb 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Reed 
Dr. Clifton L. Reeder 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard C. 

Reeder 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. 

Reese 
Mrs. Robert G. Regan 
Thomas J. Regan 
Joseph Regenstein, Jr. 
Miss Ruth Regenstein 
Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Reich 
Mr. & Mrs. L. M. 

Rieckhoff 
Robert H. Reid 



Dr. & Mrs. F. Theodore 

Reid, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. 

Reilly 
Mr. & Mrs. Glen Reiman 
Dr. Arthur F Reimann 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Reininga 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward 

Rembert 
Miss Marie K. Remien 
Dr. & Mrs. Earl Renfroe 
Myron J. Resnick 
Robert F. Reusche 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. 

Reuter 
Miss Ada K. Rew 
Mr. & Mrs. Jose Antonio 

Reynes III 
Dr. John T. Reynolds 
Paul G. Reynolds 
Thomas A. Reynolds, Jr. 
Thomas A. Reynolds, Sr. 
Mr. &Mrs.W. E. 

Rheingrover 
Mrs. David Rhodes 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. 

Rice 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen B. 

Richards 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Richardson 
Dr. & Mrs, Robert 

Richman 
Dr. & Mrs. Alfred Ricker 
Mr. & Mrs. Neil W. 

Rickert 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. 

Rieg, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. 

Riker 
Mrs. Mary Ellen Rimkus 
George G. Rinder 
Mrs. John Ritchie 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Rittweger 
Nat A. Rivkin 
Dr. & Mrs. O. Theodore 

Robert, Jr. 
Charles S. Roberts 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry V. 

Roberts 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Roberts 
Hugh Robertson 
Mrs. Sylvan H. Robertson 
C. Snelling Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. John W, 

Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph D. 

Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton D. 

Robinson 
Sanger P. & Martha F. 

Robin.son Foundation 
Theodore W. & Annabel 

A. Robinson 

Foundation 
Edward F. Roche 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Rodas 
Henry J. Rodemaker 
Miss Helen S. Rodger 



The Milius Roe 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Ottomar D. 

Roeder 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. 

Rogal, Jr. 
Mrs. Bernard F. Rogers 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. George P. 

Rogers 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee F. Rogers 
Robert W. Rogers 
John Roggenkamp 
Rohlen Foundation 
Dr. & Mrs. Roland T. 

Rohwer 
Mrs. Robert M. Roloson 
William R.Rom 
Mr.& Mrs. Robert J. 

Rooney 
Harry A. Root, Jr. 
John O. Root 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip 

Rootberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Erwin M. 

Roschke 
Miss Evelyn Rose 
Mrs. Harold Rosenberg 
Mrs. Magnus B. 

Rosenberg 
Joseph Rosenburg 
Rosenstone Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerson M. 

Rosenthal, Jr. 
Mrs. Lillian Rosenthal 
Dr. & Mrs. Maurice J. 

Rosenthal 
Allan I. Roshkind 
Dr. Reno Rosi  

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. 

Rosin 
Charles K. Ross 
Dr. Dennis R. Ross 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Ross 
Mr. & Mrs. Jesse D. Ross 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter H. Ross 
Robert C. Ross 

Foundation, Inc. 
Carmelo Rossicone 
William R. Rostek 
Daniel Rostenkowski 
The Roth Fund 
Donald I. Roth 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. 

Roth 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. 

Rothblatt 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Frank 

Rothschild Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin A. 

Rothschild 
Melville N.& Mary F. 

Rothschild Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Roubik 
Frank F.Rowell, Jr. 
M. Mason Rowell 
Dr. & Mrs. Wilbur Rowley 
Mr. & Mrs. Alex Z. Roz 
Arthur E. Rozene 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. 

Rozinsky 
N. James Rubens 



I 



52 



(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Dr. & Mrs. Bernard Rubin 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. 

Rubin 
Mr. & Mrs. George A. 

Rubinstein 
The Arthur RublofTFund 
Charles Lyle Rubner 
Dr. & Mrs. Myron E. 

Rubnitz 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. 

Rudolph 
Mr. & Mrs. D. G. Ruegg 
John W. Ruettinger 
Charles T. Rufener 
The Rulo Foundation 
Mrs. Louis O. Runner 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. 

Ruskamp 
Mrs. Paul Russell 
Col. & Mrs. Gil C. Russi 
Dr. & Mrs. John H. Rust 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. 

Ruther 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. 

Ruttenberg 
Earl H. Rutzen 
Mrs. Charles W. Ryan 
Donald R. Ryan 
Miss Marie K. Ryan 
Mrs. Donald M. Ryerson 
Mrs. George W. Ryerson 
J. Coert Rylaarsdam 

Miss Mary A. Sabatino 
George A. Sacher 
Jack Sackheim 
Judd A. Sackheim 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. 

Sachs 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 

Saigh 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel A. 

Sakol 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Sale 
Mr. & Mrs. Steve A. 

Salisbury 
Melvin R. Salk 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony C. 

Sallas 
S. M. Salvino 
Dr. Carl H. Samans 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. 

Sampson 
Miss Irma A. Sampson 
Bemhard O. Sander 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry T. 

Sanders 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. 

Sanders 
William Wayne Sanders 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. 

Sanderson 
Dr. John A. Sanderson 
Miss Margaret H. 

Sanderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. 

Sanderson 
Miss Harriet E. Sankey 
Mrs. Gene Saper 
Chester F. Sargent 
Charles D. Satinover 

Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Alton F. 

Sautter 



Dr. & Mrs. John L. 

Savage 
Mr. & Mrs. Calvin P. 

Sawyier 
Dr. & Mrs. Alvah L. 

Sawyer 
Sax Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. William V. 

Sayner 
Mrs. Henry Scarborough 
Mr. & Mrs". John H. 

Schacht 
William Schaefer 
William A. Schaefer 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. 

Schafer 
Mrs. L. L. SchafTner 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis R. 

Schanck 
Mrs. Gladys Scharf 
Ernest G. Schau 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Henry 

Scheck, Jr. 
Sylvia & Aaron 

Scheinfeld Foundation 
Miss Marion H. Schenk 
Mrs. Gerhart Schild 
Phillip J. Schiller 
Mrs. Omar Schilling 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. 

Schleh 
Harold W. Schloss 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman J. 

Schlossman 
Mrs. Franklin B. Schmick 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. 

Schmid 
Dr. George A. 

Schmidhofer 
Mr. Donald Gray Schmidt 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth D. 

Schmidt 
Mr & Mrs. Rudolph 

Schmidt 
Marvin H. Schmitt 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin 

Schneider 
Armund & Rita Schoen 

Foundation 
Dr. Hildegarde A. 

Schorsch 
Mrs. M. K. Schrager 
Bruce Schreider 
Mrs. Ammon Schreur 
Dr. & Mrs. Ariel G. 

Schrodt 
W. F. Schroeder 
Mr. & Mrs. E.Charles 

Schuetz 
Miss Isabelle Schuh 
Clyde James Schultz 
Mrs. George Schulz 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. 

Schwab 
J. J. Schwander 
Howard Schwartz 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Schwartz 
Nathan & Harriet 

Schwartz Foundation 
SamC. Schwartz 
Dr. J. P. Schweitzer 
Earl M. Schwemm 
Dr. & Mrs. John 

Schweppe 



Mr. & Mrs. Roy 

Schwerdtman 
Harry Schwimmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney 

Schyman 
Robert W. Scott 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice 

Sciaky 
L. L. Sealy 
A. T. Seaholm 
Irving Seaman, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Seamon 
Frank T. Sedlacek 
Mrs. C. Galen Sedgwick 
Miles G. Seeley 
Mrs. Charles H. Seevers 
Mrs. J. H. Segal 
Edwin A. Seipp, Jr. 
Frank F. Selfridge 
Richard Sellers 
John F. Sembower 
Rev. & Mrs. Nicholas 

Semkoff 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Seren 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. 

Serewicz 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Sertich 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Olin 

Sethness 
Mrs. E. G. Sexton 
Mr. & Mrs. Everett E. 

Shafer 
Dr. & Mrs. James G. 

Shaffer 
James G. Shakman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. 

Shannon 
Arthur M. Shapiro 
Laurence Jay Shapiro 
Nathan Shapiro 
Mrs. Jerome Share 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Sharp 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. 

Sharpe 
Mr. & Mrs. John L Shaw 
Samuel Shaw 
Jeffrey Shedd 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. 

Sheehan 
Thomas C. Sheffield, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell B. 

Sheinkop 
Mrs. John W. Sheldon 
Mr. & Mrs. Merrill 

Shepard 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis L. 

Shepherd 
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. 

Sherman 
Mrs. Eleanor Sherman 
Mrs. John H. Sherman 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. 

Shields 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Q. 

Shimmin 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. 

Shineflug 
Jared Shlaes 
Mr. & Mrs. DeVer Sholes 
Mr. & Mrs. D. F. Shortino 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. 

Shott 



Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Shouba 
A. P. Siciliano 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence W. 

Sid well 
Mr. & Mrs. Elliot M. 

Siegel 
Mr. & Mrs. Otto R. Sikora 
Huberts Wilma 

Silberman Charitable 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel M. 

Silberman 
Dr. & Mrs. George B. 

Siler 
Mr. & Mrs. Morton Silfen 
Mrs. C.W. Sills 
Harry Silverstein 
Mrs. Maurice Simkin 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. 

Simmons 
Mrs. Smith Simmons 
Mr. & Mrs. Al Simon, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Simon 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry D. 

Simon 
Dr. John D. Singer 
George O. Sinka 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Sinkula 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. 

Siragusa 
Mr. Ross D. Siragusa, Jr. 
Dr. Harold H. Sitron 
Mrs. David G. Skall 
Mr. & Mrs. Leon N. Skan 
Mr. &Mrs.JohnP. Skelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry L. 

Skinner 
George R. Skodon 
Gordon R. Skolaski 
Mr. & Mrs. Meyer 

Skolnick 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold K. 

Skramstad, Jr. 
Miss Dolores H. Skrip 
Thomas J. Skryd 
Miss Linda Slager 
Mrs. Velma C. Slaughter 
Dr. Albert H Slepyan 
Dr.J. H.Sloan 
Mrs. Walter F. Slocum 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 

Slusser 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton M. 

Smalley 
John H. Smalley 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 

Smick 
Dr. Clarence R. Smith 
Miss E. June Smith 
Emily B. Smith Revocable 

Trust 
Mr. & Mrs. George D. 

Smith II 
Goff Smith 
Gordon H. Smith 
Miss Grace Frances 

Smith 
H. Kellogg Smith 
Harold Byron Smith, Jr. 
Herman & Mary C. Smith 

Foundation 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr. & Mrs. John A. Smith 
Miss Mildred C.Smith 
Rae S. Smith 
Mrs. Raymond F. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Solomon 

Byron Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Thorn E. 

Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

Smith 
Walter H. Smith 
William S. Smith 
Winfield S. Smith 
Karl Smither 
Mr. & Mrs. David B. 

Smyth 
Thaddeus S. Snell 
Walters. Snodell, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel 

Snydacker 
J. U. Snydacker 
Miss Adele M. Snyder 
James E. Snyder 
Mrs. John I. Snyder, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Snyder 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. 

Sobel 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred 

Soderberg, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold A. 

Sofield 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. 

Sokolik 
Miss Melania K. 

Sokolowski 
Phillip H.Sol 
Mrs. S. S. SoUitt 
Lawrence P. Solomon 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. 

Sonderegger 
Hugo & Virginia B. 

Sonnenschein 

Charitable Fund 
Miss Louise Sonoda 
Mr. & Mrs. Alan H. Sons 
James P. Soper, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin J, 

Souhrada 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard 

Spacek 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Spade 
R. M. Spark 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. 

Sparks 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Sparling 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert E. 

Spencer, Jr. 
Lewis D. Spencer 
Joseph S. Spencer 
Miss Nancy A. Spencer 
Mr. & Mrs. George T. 

Spensley 
Miss Beverly Sperring 
Mr. & Mrs. A. James 

Speyer 
Mrs. Gatzert Speigel 
Mrs. Robert E. Spiel 
Leonard M. Spira 



Milton Spoor 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. 

Sprentall 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Sprinkle 
Robert Sproule 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Srch 
Mrs. Richard W. Stafford 
Miss Kate Staley 
Frederick K. Stamm 
George W. Stamm 
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Stan 
Rev. Wenceslaus Stanek 
Mr. & Mrs. E.J. 

Stankiewicz 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Stanley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Stapleton 
Mrs. Marjorie Staresin 
Mrs. R. Douglas Stuart 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Norman 

Staub 
Charles B. StaufTacher 
Sidney Stavins 
Frank L. Stebbins 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest G. 

Steck, Jr. 
Helen & Stephen Steel 

Charitable Foundation 
Charles N. Steele 
Miss Mildred D. 

Steelhammer 
Earl F. StefTens 
Dr. Enrique Steider 
Dr. & Mrs. Jay W. Stein 
Mrs. Silvia Steinhart 
Mrs. Barbara S. Steiniche 
Mr. &Mrs.S. C. 

Steinman 
William J. Stellman 
Dr. & Mrs. Frederick 

Stenn 
Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe W. 

Stensrud 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. 

Stepek 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. 

Stephen 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. 

Stephens 
Russell T. Stern, Sr. 
Mrs. Clement D. Stevens 
The George R. Stevens 

Foundation 
Sen. &Mrs. AdlaiE. 

Stevenson III 
Frank T. Stewart 
Hal S. R. Stewart 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Stewart 
Miss Sara R. Stewart 
Dr. & Mrs. William C. 

Stewart 
JohnC.Stiefel 
Mr. & Mrs. Arnold D. 

Stine 
Mr. & Mrs. Don N. Stitt 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Stock 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. 

Stocking 
Mrs. Alan Stone 
Emted Stone Fund 
Jerome & Evelyn Stone 

Family Foundation 



Lloyd Stone 

Marvin & Anita Stone 

Family Foundation 
Roger & Susan Stone 

Family Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Stone 
Mrs. E.W. Storer 
Mrs. H. Stotler 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. 

Stotter 
Mrs. Robert E. Straus 
Mrs. Harold E. Strauss 
Mrs. Herman A. Strauss 
Mr. & Mrs. Ivan G. 

Strauss 
Mrs. Joseph L. Strauss, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. L. H. Streb 
Richard Strubel 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman 

Strunk 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Strusz 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. 

Stuart, Jr. 
Fr. Francis Studer, O.S.B. 
Mr. & Mrs. Erwin A. 

Stuebner 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen P. Stults 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. 

Sturgis 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll H. 

Sudler 
Dr. & Mrs. Oscar Sugar 
Bolton Sullivan 
John J. Sullivan 
Gary Sunday 
Mr."& Mrs. Carlo. 

Sundberg 
Ernest G. Sundin 
Walter R. Bundling 
Mrs. Edward V. Sundt 
Norval E. Surbaugh 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. 

Surpless 
Mr. & Mrs. Marshall 

Sussman 
Mrs. Harry B. Sutter 
Dr. & Mrs. George C. 

Sutton 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. 

Suyeoka 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Swartchild 
Mr. & Mrs. Karl A. 

Swartley 
David M. Sweet 
PhilipW.K. Sweet 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J, 

Swehla 
Miss Gayle Swenson 
A. Dean Swift 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. 

Swift 
George H. Swift 
Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus F. 

Swift 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Roger 

Swihart 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. 

Swinton 
John A. Sykora 
John Symons 



Aaron O. Synsteby 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Szpicki 

Dr. & Mrs. Johns. 

Tadanier 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Taff 
Mr. & Mrs. Harrv A. Taif. 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Tait 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Talbot 
Dr. &Mrs. PeterJ Talso 
Stanley J. Tanan 
Miss Joyce S. Tani 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis 

Tannenbaum 
Dr. & Mrs. Mack D. 

Tanner 
Sol S. Tarantur 
Miss Joan H. Tarlov 
Dr. Conrad Tasche 
Mr. & Mrs. John K. 

Tataris 
Paul W. Tatge 
Mrs. Ellen Colleen Tatner 
Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Tauck 
Roger M. Tauman 
Mrs. A. Thomas Taylor 
Miss Bette Taylor 
Mrs. Kathleen J. Taylor 
Miss Marjorie C. Taylor 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. 

Taylor 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Taylor 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. 

Taylor, Jr. 
Joseph A. Tecson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph D. 

Teich 
Mrs. Henry F. Tenney 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Tentler 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. 

Terpstra 
Estate of Dean Terrill 
Charles A. Tettemer 
Dr. Charles S. Textor II 
Everett A.Thatcher 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel 

Thaviu 
Cecil B. Thomas 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Robert 

Thomas 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. 

Thomas III 
Miss Lucia T. Thomas 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. 

Thomas 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Thomas 
Mrs. Thomas M. Thomas 
W. E. Thomas 
Dr. & Mrs. William 

Thomas, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond G. 

Thompson 
Mr. & Mrs. Terrence E. 

Thompson 
Mrs. Thomas M. 

Thompson 
Miss Marie G. Thomsen 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. 

Thomson 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



Mr, & Mrs. David H. 

Thorburn 
The Thoresen Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Thome 
Lee K. Thorpe 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Thorsen 
Mr. & Mrs. David H. 

Thrailkill 
A. J. Thrall 
Howard A. Thrun 
Douglas E, Tibbitts 
S. N. Tideman.Jr. 
Frederick I. Tietze 
Mrs. Albert Harris 

Tippens 
Irvin Tischer 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony 

Tiverios 
Samuel J. Todes 
H. SamTollaksen 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. 

Tomich 
Dr. Toussaint G. Toole 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip R. 

Toomin 
Dr. Lorraine Torkelson 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. 

Torres 
Victor Torsberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Gair 

Tourtellot, Jr. 
Mrs. Wilfred Tracy 
Mrs. Alan Traugott 
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil E. 

Treadway 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. 

Trees 
Dr. & Mrs. Michael R. 

Treister 
Mr. & Mrs. Demosthenes 

Tremulis 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. 

Trentlage 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. 

Treleaven 
Mr. & Mrs. John Gray 

Trezevant 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard J. 

Trienens 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. 

Trindle, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman 

Trossman 
James Edward Trott 
Miss Florence H. 

Trueblood 
Dr. & Mrs. Eugene Tsai 
Mrs. Herman L. 

Tschentke 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman 

Tucker 
Mr. & Mrs. Roland F. 

Tucker 
Robert Wood Tullis 
Mr. & Mrs. Carmen G. 

Tumino 
The Victor & Pearl 

Tumpeer Foundation 
Dr. & Mrs. George C. 

Tumbull 
Dr. & Mrs. Horace E. 

Turner 



John R. Turner 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Tweit 
James S. Twerdahl 
Stephen J. Tworzyalo 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. 

Tyler 
Mrs. Thomas S. Tyler 
Morris H. Tynes 

Edgar J. Uihlein 
Gerard M. Ungaro 
Louis Unti 

Mrs. Frederic W. Upham 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Urban 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. 

Ustick 
Nelson M. Utley 
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn S. Utt, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack O. Uzun 

Dr. Victoria B. Vacha 
Mrs. Derrick Vail 
Murray & Virginia Vale 

Foundation 
Arthur A. Van Aman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Vanasco 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert A. 

Vance 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. Van 

DerEb 
Miss Gladys Vander 

Graaf 
Steven Van Dorf 
Miss Edna V. Vanek 
Mr & Mrs. Adriaan Van 

Hoften 
Mrs. R. D. Van Kirk 

Mrs. Erret Van Nice 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Van 

Nice 
Mr. & Mrs. Willem F. Van 

\aiet 
Charles D. Van Winkle 
Miss Joan Vant 
L. L. Van Zandt 
Miss Sondra M. Varco 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Throop 

Vaughn 
Mr. & Mrs. David L. Vear 
Blair Vedder, Jr. 
Dr. E. A. Vehe 
Herbert P. Veldenz 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce L 

Veltman 
Mr. & Mrs. M. P. Venema 
Mrs. James T. Venerable 
Mrs. William E. 

Veerhusen 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. 

Vernon 
Marvin D. Veronee 
Mr. & Mrs. James 

Versino 
Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Vert 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph J. 

Vesecky, Jr. 
Miss Linda Vetter 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Vetter 
Mr. & Mrs. Lee J. 

Vickman 



Dr. Charles S. Vil 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. 

Vinopal 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. 

Vittum 
Mrs. Bohumil \lach 
Alfred H. Voight 
John A. Volkober 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold C. 

Voris, Sr. 
Henry Vorlicek 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. 

Vorreiter 
Frederick J. Voss 
Mrs. Stase Vosylius 
J. C. Vredenburgh 

Dr. Harry K. Waddington 

Paul M. Wade 

Mrs. A. G. Wagner 

Richard Wagner 

Mr. & Mrs. William M. 

Wagner 
Mr. & Mrs. W. E. 

Wahlman 
Arthur W. Wakeley 
Edwin A. Walcher, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. 

Waldron 
Mary Ann & Charles R. 

Walgreen, Jr. Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey M. 

Walken 
Malcolm M. Walker 
Mrs. Samuel J. Walker 
Dr. Lydia Walkowiak 
Mrs. Burton Wall 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert C. 

Wallace, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. 

Wallace 
Dr. Eugene L. Walsh 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary T. 

Walther 
Mr. H. O. Walther 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Waltz 
Mr. & Mrs. Dimitry 

Wanda 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton H. 

Wandrey 
Mr. & Mrs. David E. 

Wanger, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Ward 
William Parker Ward 
Bryan K. Wardell 
Mrs. Paul Ware 
Mrs. Rawleigh Warner 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben H. 

Warren 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard 

Warren 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. 

Washburn 
Mr. & Mrs. Hempstead 

Washburne. Jr. 
Mrs. Isabel B. Wasson 
Mrs. Theron Wasson 
Mr. & Mrs. John 

Wastcoat 
Mrs. Henry B. Watkins 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. P. 

Watkins 



Mrs. Lily M. Watry 
James A. Watson 
John H. Watson, Jr. 
Norman L. Watson 
Russell J. Watson 
Walter J. Watson 
Mrs. Parker Watt 
Amos H. Watts 
Mr. & Mrs. Morrison 

Waud 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. 

Weatherford, Jr. 
William D. Weaver 
Mr. & Mrs. H. H. R. 

Weber 
Mr. & Mrs. David B. 

Webster 
Mr. & Mrs. John Webster 
Richard W. Webster 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis D. 

Weeks 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. 

Weeks 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. 

Wegener 
Robert D. Weigel 
Mrs. Celia O. Weinberg 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. 

Weinberg 
Mrs.NellaF. Weiner 
Sol S. Weiner Family 

Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. Jay P. 

Weininger 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack 

Weinstein 
Mr. & Mrs. Seymour 

Weinstein 
Mr. & Mrs. David R. 

Weinstock 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert 

Weintraub 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard L 

Weinzimmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. 

Weir 
Jack Weisman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. 

Weiss 
William B.Weiss 
Carl J. Weitzel 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. 

Welbon 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin C. 

Welch 
Medard W. Welch 
Theodore G. Welch 
Clarence W. Weldon 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry L. 

Wellbank 
Mrs. Donald P. Welles 
Mrs. Edward K. Welles 
Mrs. John Paul Welling 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Wellington 
C. A. Wells 
Douglas B. Wells 
James M. Wells 
Mr. & Mrs. Lvman R. 

Wells 
Mrs. Preston A. Wells 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. 

Wende 



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(Individuals' Donations of less than $1 ,000) 



F. Lee H. Wendell 
Mr. & Mrs. David 

Wenner, Jr. 
Charles A. Werner 
The Louis Werner Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. 

Werner 
Dr. Robert D. Wertz 
Richard Wessling 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. 

West 
Mr. & Mrs. Owen A. West 
Roger L. Weston 
Mr. & Mrs. M. H. 

Westrich 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank O. 

Wetmore II 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. 

Wetterlund 
Mrs. Jeannette Wetzel 
The Wharton Foundation, 

Inc. 
Adlai B. Wheel, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Todd 

Wheeler 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. 

Wheeler 
Mr. & Mrs. Lee E. 

Whitcomb 
Jerome P. Whiston 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. 

Whitaker 
Mr. &Mrs. PhihpC. 

White 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel J. 

White 
Miss Adele Whitney 
Miss Lois Whitney 
Russell M. Wicks 
Sheldon Widmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald P. 

Wieczorek 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Wier 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin A. 

Wiere 



Dr. & Mrs. George D. 

Wilbanks 
Robert A. Wilbrandt 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence G. 

Wilcox 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. 

Wildberger 
Harold Wilder, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Bradford 

Wiles 
Miss Frances Wiley 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. 

Wilken 
Joseph R. Willens 
Albert D. Williams, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. 

Williams 
Dr. & Mrs. Jack Williams 
John C. Williams 
Dr. & Mrs. Louis O. 

Williams 
Melville C.Williams 
Orrin R. Williams 
Doris Willoughby 
Mr. & Mrs. James S. 

Wilschke 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. 

Wilson. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Rex Wilson 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Wilson 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard O. 

Wilson 
Robert M. Wilson 
James R. Wimmer 
Mrs. James G. Wing 
Mr. &Mrs. E. C. Winland 
Winnetka Garden Club 
Mr. & Mrs. Gibson Winter 
Dr. Irwin C. Winter 
Mr. & Mrs. Ted Winter 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Hudson 

Wirth 
Dr. Robert J Wirtshafter 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. 

Wirtz 



Earl G.Wise, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. William W. 

Wittie 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. 

Wittman 
Miss Janice 

Wojciechowski 
Mr. & Mrs. Murray 

Wolbach. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Wolf 
Robert W. Wolf 
Mr. & Mrs. Arnold R. 

Wolff 
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin E. 

Wolff 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Wolff 
Arthur M. Wood 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan G. Wood 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Howard 

Wood 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Wood 
Mr. & Mrs. William 

Wood-Prince 
Mr. & Mrs. Brewer C. 

Woods 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. 

Woods 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 

Woods 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. 

Woods 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert N. 

Woodward 
Miss Mary H. Woodward 
Mrs. Ira Wool 
Mrs. W. S. Woolsey 
Otto R. Wormser 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. 

Wright 
Mrs. Therese S. Wrobel 
Miss Dora J. Wulf 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry N. 

Wyatt 



Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. 

Yauch 
Theodore N. Yelich 
Nathan Yellen 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Yoder 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric G. 

Yondorf 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray M. York 
Mr. & Mrs. Claude W. 

Youker, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred J. Young 
J. L. Young 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Young 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. 

Young 
Dr. & Mrs. Canaan Yunez 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. 

Zabiak 
The Milton & Rose Zadek 

Fund 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Zak 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard E. 

Zak 
Dr. & Mrs. Samuel J. 

Zakon 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl M. Zapffe 
Mr. & Mrs. Max Zar 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Zarich 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. 

Zeilstra 
Charles E.Zeitlin 
Miss Dorothy Zenisek 
George Ziegler 
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel E.Ziev 
Dr. & Mrs. Harold W. 

Zimmerman 
Stanley Zimmerman 
A. N. Zingrone ^ 

Mr. & Mrs. Daivd B. 

Zoellner 
Mrs. Arvin ZoUer 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony A. 

Zurek 
Antoni Zygmund 



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CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS 

DONATIONS OF $5,000 OR MORE 



Allen-Heath Memorial 

Foundation 
Amoco Foundation 
Atlantic Richfield 

Foundation 
The Chicago Community 

Trust 
Chicago Tribune 

Foundation 



Continental Bank 

Foundation 
General Mills Foundation 
HBB Foundation 
The Joyce Foundation 
The Oscar G. & Elsa S. 

Mayer Charitable Trust 



Robert R. McCormick 
Charitable Trust 

The Nalco Foundation 

The Northern Trust 
Company 

Peat, Marwick, Mitchell 
& Company 

S & C Electric Company 



Sahara Coal Company, 

Inc. 
Sears, Roebuck & 

Company 
The Service Club of 

Chicago 
Walgreen Benefit Fund 
Arthur Young & 

Company 



DONATIONS OF $1,000-$5,000 



American Hospital 
Supply Corporation 

Amsted Industries 
Foundation 

Baxter Laboratories, Inc. 



Borg-Wamer Foundation, 

Inc. 
Burlington Northern 

Foundation 



Leo Burnett Company, 

Inc. 
The C T Foundation 
Carson Pirie Scott 

Foundation 



Central Steel & Wire 

Company 
Central Telephone 

Company of Illinois 



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(Corporations' Donations of $1,000— $5,000) 



Chemetron Foundation 
Clow Foundation 
Construction Aggregates 

Corporation 
Crane Packing Company 
The A. B. Dick 

Foundation 
R. R. Donnelley & Sons 

Company 
Ernst & Ernst 
First Federal Savings & 

Loan Assoc, of Chicago 

Foundation 
General American 

Transportation 

Corporation 



Geraldi-Norton Memorial 

Corporation 
Gould Foundation 
The Grainger 

Foundation, Inc. 
Hi-Life Packing Company 
Hilton Hotels Corporation 
Household Finance 

Corporation 
Illinois Range Company 
Illinois Tool Works 

Foundation 
Inland Steel-Ryerson 

Foundation 
Interlake Foundation 
International Minerals & 

Chemical Corporation 



Interstate Foods 

Corporation 
Jewel Foundation 
Kirkland& Ellis 
MacLean-Fogg Lock Nut 

Company 
Marsh & McLennan, Inc. 
McGraw-Edison 

Company 
McKinsey & Company 
McMaster-Carr Supply 

Company 
George Pick & Company 
Frederick Henry Prince 

Trust 
The Quaker Oats 

Foundation 



Frederic Ryder Company 
Santa Fe Railway 

Foundation, Inc. 
Sunbeam Corporation 
Szabo Food Service, Inc. 
Texaco, Inc. 
Union Oil Company 

Foundation 
United States Steel 

Foundation, Inc. 
Ben O. Warren 

Foundation, Inc. 
Zenith Radio Corporation 
E. W. Zimmerman. Inc. 



DONATIONS OF LESS THAN $1 .000 



A-R-A Manufacturing 

Company 
Ace Lithographers. Inc. 
C. H, Adams & Company, 

Inc. 
Advance Heating & Air 

Conditioning Corp. 
Advance Theatrical 

Company 
Alcoa Foundation 
Allied Asphalt Paving 

Company 
Alnor Instrument 

Company 
Gilbert Altschul 

Productions, Inc. 
Alvord, Burdick & 

Howson 
Amalgamated Insurance 

Agency Service, Inc. 
Amazon Hose & Rubber 

Company 
American Airlines 

Foundation 
American District 

Telegraph Company 
American SAB Company, 

Inc. 
Anaran Mold & Casting 

Company, Inc. 
Anderson Secretarial 

Service, Inc. 
Anthony & Company, Inc. 
Antonow & Fink 
Arbogast & Associates, 

Inc. 
Armak Company 
Augustana College 
The Bakery 
Beatty & Beatty 
Becker Brothers Carbon 

Corp. 
The Beefeater Foundation 
Beslow Associates, Inc. 
Betcar Corporation 
Bigelow-Garvey Lumber 

Company 
Blake-Lamb Funeral 

Homes 
Bliss & Laughlin 

Industries 



Blunt, Ellis & Simmons, 

Inc. 
John C. Bowers Company 
Brandel, Olson, Johnson 

& Erickson 
Bronson & Bratton, Inc. 
The Brunswick 

Foundation 
Budd Business Forms, 

Inc. 
Buedel Food Products 

Company 
The Bunker-Ramo 

Foundation, Inc. 
C & B. Welders, Inc. 
Cadaco, Inc. 
Callaghan & Company 
Calumet Heat Treating 

Corporation 
Jack Carl Associates 
Castaway Travel Service, 

Inc. 
Cee Dee Management 

Company 
Central Railway Supply 

Company 
Century Weaver 

Foundation 
Certified Burglar 

Systems 
Chamberlain 

Manufacturing 

Corporation 
Champion Spark Plug 

Company 
C banner Newman 

Securities Company 
Chatham Paving 

Company 
Cherry Electrical 

Products Corporation 
Chicagoland Glider 

Council 
Chicago Metallic 

Corporation 
The Chicago 

Ornithological Society 
Chicago White Metal 

Casting Charitable 

Foundation 
Chicago Women's Aid 
C. P. Clare Company 



Clark Foundation 
Cochrane Compressor 

Service & Supply 

Company 
G. F. Connelley Co., Inc. 
Consoer, Townsend & 

Associates 
Continental Glass 

Company 
Continental Machine 

Company 
Contour Products 

Company, Inc. 
Contract Cleaning 

Maintenance, Inc. 
Conway Import Company, 

Inc. 
Cook Electric Company 
Corey Charitable 

Foundation, Inc. 
Crooks Terminal 

Warehouse, Inc. 
Culligan 
The David-Martin 

Corporation 
Charles C. Davis & 

Company 
DeBruvTi & Lockie 
Deutsch. Levy & Engel 

Chartered 
The Display Center, Inc. 
Dole-Clark Management 

Company 
Alan Drey Company. Inc. 
Elcen Metal Products 

Company 
Electro-Kinetics. Inc. 
Elgin-Honey Hill 

Corporation 
Elkes-Anderson & Assoc. 
Elkay Manufacturing 

Company 
Embosograph Display 

Manufacturing Co. 
Enameled Steel & Sign 

Company 
The Enterprise 

Companies 
Equipment Storage 

Corporation 
Frederick J. Essig & 

Company 



Everbrite Electric Signs, 

Inc. 
Fashion Age United 

Furniture 
Federal Screw Products, 

Inc. 
Federal Signal 

Corporation 
Fellers, Inc. 
J. G. Ferguson Publishing 

Company 
Ferrara Pan Candy 

Company 
Films. Incorporated 
Financial Federal 

Savings & Loan 

Association 
Mylon Fisher's 

Pharmacy. Inc. 
The Florsheim Shoe 

Foundation. Inc. 
Ford City Bank 
Foxcroft Sod Farms 
G. B. Frank, Inc. 
Otto Frankenbush, Inc. 
Freund Can Company 
Fullerton Metals 

Foundation 
The Gaylord Foundation, 

Inc. 
General Electric 

Company 
General Meters and 

Controls Company 
Jerry Golton Company, 

Inc. 
Gordon Brothers Iron & 

Metal Company 
Gorman Publishing 

Company 
John H. Grace Company 
Edward Gray Corporation 
Great-West Life 
Guaranty Savings and 

Loan Association 
Harris Bank Foundation 
Harris-Hub Company, 

Inc. 
The Hartford Insurance 

Group Foundation, Inc. 
Haskins & Sells 
Hautau & Otto, Inc. 



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(Corporations' Donations of less than $1,000) 



Heidrick & Struggles, Inc. 
Heinemann's Bakeries 
Helpmate, Inc. 
Hemer-Geissler 

Woodworking Corp. 
Holabird & Root 
Holleb & Company 
HoUerich & Hurley 
Home Federal Savings 
Humboldt Manufacturing 

Company 
K. H. Huppert Company 
Hyre Electric Company 
Hydrosol. Inc. 
Illinois Railway 

Equipment Co. 
Illinois State Chamber of 

Commerce 
Industrial Sales Company 
Insurance Building 
Repair Company 
International Business 

Machines Corporation 
Jays Foods, Inc. 
Johnson Publishing 

Company, Inc. 
Carl R. Johnson & Co. 
Rudolph Johnson, Jr. 

Construction Company 
Gregor Johsson 

Associates. Inc. 
Jordan Paper Box 

Company 
The Mayer & Morris 

Kaplan Foundation 
Sam Karash & Associates 
King Arthur's Pub 
A. M. Kinney Associates, 

Inc. 
Kjellberg Plastering 

Company 
Leo P. Knoerzer Co., Inc. 
Koppers Company, Inc. 
LBK Investment 

Company 
F. Landon Cartage 

Company 
Lance Construction 

Supplies, Inc. 
Lasham Cartage 

Company 
Lauerman Brothers, Inc. 
La Van Insurance Agency, 

Inc. 
R. Lavin & Sons, Inc. 
Lawson Products, Inc. 
Harry Lee & Sons, Inc. 
Libby, McNeil & Libby, 

Inc. 
Liberty Savings 
Lifetime Foam Products, 

Inc. 
The Lockformer 

Foundation 
Lowery Tile Company 

Luce Press Clippings. Inc. 
MJM Tool & 

Manufacturing Co. 
M & K Sales 
M-W Laboratories, Inc. 
Robert A. Maher & 

Company 



Marquette Coal & Mining 

Company 
Marquette National Bank 
Marquis Who's Who. Inc. 
Marsh & Truman Lumber 

Company 
Marsteller. Inc. 
Masonite Corporation 
Matherson-Selig 

Company 
The McCarty Company 
McDonald's of Naperville 
McDonald's Restaurants 
McNulty Brothers 

Company 
Albert & Erna 

Mecklenburger 

Foundation 
Mehring& Han.son- 

Wendt, Inc. 
Metropolitan Structures 
Mid-Continent Metal 

Products Company 
Midland Development 

Company 
Midland Paper Company 
Midwest Federation of 

Mineralogical and 

Geological Societies 
Midwest Industrial 

Products Corp. 
Midwest Steel Erection 

Company. Inc. 
Milex Products. Inc. 
Mohawk Electric 

Construction Company 
Monogram Models. Inc. 
Montgomery Elevator 

Company 
Multiplex Company, Inc. 
Murphy, Lanier & Quinn 
The Nagel-Chase 

Manufacturing 

Company 
The Naperville Sun. Inc. 
National Account 

Systems. Inc. 
National Bank of Albany 

Park in Chicago 
National Can 
Henry Newgard & 

Company 
North American Car 

Corporation 
Nugent Wenckus, Inc. 
Ohio House Motel 
Ohmite Manufacturing 

Company 
Old Equity Insurance 

Company 
Old Rose Distributing 

Company 
Ophthalmic Associates. 

Inc. 
Owens. Grauer and 

Dotterer 
Oxxford Clothes 
P-KT00I& 

Manufacturing 

Company 
PPG Industries 

Foundation 
Palmer Design Associates 



Parker House Sausage 

Company 
Paschen Contractors. Inc. 
Pepper Construction 

Company 
H. F. Philipsborn & 

Company 
The Albert Pick. Jr. Fund 
Pizzeria, Inc. 
Planned Lighting. Inc. 
Plastofilm Industries. Inc. 
Plycraft Products. Inc. 
Power Systems. Inc. 
Precision Steel 

Warehouse, Inc. 
Process Gear Company, 

Inc. 
Processed Plastic 

Company 
Productigear, Inc. 
Production Metal 

Products Company, Inc. 
Quality Products 

Company 
R. M. Equipment, Inc. 
Radio Steel & 

Manufacturing 

Company 
Redlin, Inc. 
Regensteiner Publishing 

Enterprises. Inc. 
Realemon Foods 
John E. Reid Associates, 

Inc. 
Restaurant Management 

Corporation 
S. J. Reynolds Co., Inc. 
Ridgeland Savings & 

Loan Association 
Iwan Ries & Company 
Roberts and Porter. Inc. 
Rockwell Engineering 

Co., Inc. 
Rosemoor Manufacturing 

Company 
Albert Jay Rosenthal & 

Company 
Ross & Woolf Associates. 

Inc. 
Runzel Cord & Wire 

Company 
The Russell-Hampton Co. 
William T.Russell. Inc. 
Sander Allen 

Advertising, Inc. 
J. Schonthal & 

Associates. Inc. 
Schuessler Knitting 

Foundation 
Schwinn Bicycle 

Company 
Scott Foresman and 

Company 
Scribner & Company 
Security Federal Savings 

& Loan Association of 

Lake County 
Sethness Products 

Company 
Severance & Associates 
Skokie Animal Hospital, 

Inc. 
Sladek & Company 



H. Robert Slater 
Company. Inc. 
The Smith Barney 

Foundation 
Soil Testing Services, Inc. 
Son and Prins Company 
Southtown Economist, 

Inc. 
The Sperry & Hutchinson 

Company 
The Sports Shop 

Foundation 
Maxwell Sroge Company, 

Inc. 
Stadler Studios, Inc. 
Stagg Construction 

Company 
Standard Alliance 

Industries, Inc. 
Standard Car Truck 

Company 
Standard Educational 

Corporation 
Standard Rubber 

Products Company 
Steel Sales Corporation 
Stepan Chemical 

Company 
Stewart, Smith Mid- 
America, Inc. 
Stouffer Foods 

Corporation Fund 
E. Gordon Stubbe& 

Company 
Sucrest Corporation 
Super Electric 

Construction Company 
David F. Swain & 

Company 
Sweetheart Cup  

Corporation 
Switchboard Apparatus 

Company 
Teitel Amusement 

Corporation 
Time. Inc. 

Trainor Glass Company 
Arthur C.Trask 

Corporation 
United Airlines 

Foundation 
United Conveyor 

Foundation 
The United Educators 

Foundation 
Universal Metal Hose 

Company 
V'aco Products Company 
Vance Publishing 

Corporation 
Variety Auto Supply, Inc. 
The Vendo Company 
Ventfabrics, Inc. 
Village Construction 

Company 
Joseph A. Vogt Company 
WDB Corporation 
WMAQ-TV 
E. W. Wachs Company 
Walsh & Fielding 
Walsh & Neville 
Warwick Electronics, Inc. 



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58 



(Corporations' Donations of less than $1,000) 

Wells Furniture Makers, D. Wexlerfe Sons, Inc. Wilkens-Anderson Wisconsin Tool & 

Inc. Wicklander Printing Company Stamping Company 

Wesley-Jessen, Inc. Corporation Winzeler Manufacturing Woodclaw, Inc. 

& Tool Company 



■s. 



) 



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Donors to the Capital Campaign* 

Gifts and Pledges Received 1975-1976 



INDIVIDUALS 



DONATIONS OF $10,000 OR MORE 

Mr. Charles C. Haffner III Dr. & Mrs. William A. Hark 



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DONATIONS OF $1,000-$1 0,000 



The Crawford Foundation 



Edmund B. Thornton 
Family Foundation 



DONATIONS OF LESS THAN $1,000 



John Alexander 
Mr. & Mrs. Jon Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. David R. Bair 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis 

Biedler III 
Mr. & Mrs. George V. 

Bobrinskoy, Jr. 
Peter Roy Carney 
Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Chester 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Deecken 
Mrs. Ethel Doerrer 



Mr. & Mrs. James H. 

Douglas, Jr. 
Miss Phyllis J. French 
Mr. & Mrs. James A, 

Gibbs 
Dr. Elizabeth-Louise 

Girardi 
Mrs. Etta Anne Hmcker 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph M. 

Hogan 
Mrs. Irvin E. Houck 
Mr. Howell H. Howard 



Mr. & Mrs. Spencer E. 

Irons 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy C. Keister 
Kestnbaum Foundation 
E. H. Kitzelman 
Ralph J. Lueders 
Mrs. Gilbert H. 

Marquardt 
1st Lt. Edward T. Martm 
Mr. & Mrs. Hyman Mar.x 
Manly Mumford 
Mrs. Gilbert Osgood 



Martha F. & Sanger P. 

Robinson Foundation 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Roder 
Mrs. Arthur W. Schultz 
Mrs. Robert E. Spiel 
Mrs. Cynthia Armour 

Ward 
Dr. & Mrs. Louis O. 

Williams 
Mrs. Robert E. WolfT 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce A. u 

Young 



CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS 

DONATIONS OF $10,000 OR MORE 



Carson Pirie Scott 
Foundation 



Dynamic Heating & 
Piping Company 



Narowetz Heating & 
Ventilating Company 



Sargent & Lundy 



The DeSoto Foundation 
Great Lakes Carbon 
Corporation 



DONATIONS OF $1,000-$1 0,000 

I C Industries Miller-Davis Company 



Sunbeam Corporation 
UOP Foundation 



DONATIONS OF LESS THAN $1,000 



Avon Products 
Foundation, Inc. 



Cochrane Compressor 
Service & Supply Co. 



* Gifts and pledges listed herein are in addition to those recorded in the 1973- 1974 Report. 



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Donors to the Collections 
of the Museum, 1975-1976 



DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY 



Mrs. Harry Adler 

Mrs. Lorraine Aichinger 

Louis A. Allen 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry N. 

Barkhausen 
Ella Best 

Dr. Dorothy Billings 
Roxanna Brown 
Willard Burger 
University of Chicago 



Mr. & Mrs. John 

Clemmer 
Dr. M. R. Haldemann- 

Kleindienst 
Mrs. Hermana Rye 

Haugan 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hollins 
Estate of Katherine Field 

Hotchkiss 



Aletha Kowitz 
Christopher Legge 
Mrs. Leon Mandel 
McCormick Theological 

Seminary 
Mrs. Harold Norman 
David Rolnick 
Mrs. Keith C.Seele 



Mrs. George L. Simpson 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Strotz 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore W. 

Van Zelst 
Maude Wahlman 
John W. Wells 
Vernon L. Wesby 
Jonathan R. Wilcox 
Dr. & Mrs. Louis O. 

Williams 



DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY 



University of Adelaide, 

Australia 
University for 

Agriculture, 

Netherlands 
University of Alabama 
Thomas Antonio 
Arid Zone Research 

Institute 
Beal Darlington 

Herbarium 
Bebb Herbarium 
Botanical Museum, 

University of Helsinki 
Botanical Museum, State 

University, Utrecht, 

Netherlands 
J. Bradbury 
Dr. William C. Burger 
University of California 
Dr. Margery Carlson 
Centre ORSTOM de 

Cayenne 
Phil Clark 
Coordenadoria de Defesa 

dos Recursos Naturals 

Renovaveis 
Dr. Donovan S. Correll 
Karen Cosentino 
Sheila Cosminsky 
Kathleen Crawford 
Dr. Marshall Crosby 
Melian Dall-Aglio 
Dr. David Davidse 
Jennie V. A. Dieterle 
C. H. Dodson 



Drake University 
Dr. John J. Engel 
Escuela Agricola 

Panamericana 
Dr. John Fay 
Peter Feinsinger 
Sylvia Feuer 
Marilyn Fillis 
Florida Agricultural and 

Mechanical University 
Jane Frick 
Dr. William Gillis 
Goteborgs Universitet 
Juan Torres Granados 
Grinnell College 
Darelyn Handley 
Harvard University 
Dr. G. Hatschback 
University of Hawaii at 

Manoa 
Herbario Alberto 

Castellanos 
Herbario Brabosa 

Rodriques 
Carroll Holland 
Carol Horwitz 
Institute for Systematic 

Botany. Netherlands 
Instituto Botanico, 

MAC, V'enezuela 
Iowa State University 

Jardin Botanico de Rio de 

Janeiro 
Dr. Jose Jimenez 
University of Kansas 
Dr. Helen Kennedy 



Hsu Kuo-Shih 
Donna Larson 
Robert Lawton 
Lockheed Aircraft 

Corporation 
University of 

Massachusetts 
Tim McCarthy 
University of Michigan 
University of Minnesota 
Professor A. Molina R. 
Pamela S. Moreland 
Morton Arboretum 
Museo de Historia 

Natural, Guatemala 
Museo Nacional de Costa 

Rica 
National Herbarium, 

Ceylon 
National Museum of 

Canada 
Michael Nee 
Dr. Lorin I. Nevling, Jr. 
New York Botanical 

Garden 
University of North 

Dakota 
Paul A. Opler 
Ronald Pine 
Dr. Edmundo Pisano V. 
Dr. Timothy Plowman 
Dr. T. Pocs 
Dr. Patricio Ponce de 

Leon 
Luis Poueda 
Jean Powek 
D. E. Puleston 



Col.&Mrs. M.E.Rada 
John & Charlotte Reeder 
Donald Richards 
Dr. Alfred Richardson 
Roval Botanic Garden 
Dr" Philip W. Rundell 
Ruben P. Sauleda 
Dr. R. M. Schuster 
Marie Selby Botanical 

Gardens 
Frank Seymour 
Dr. A.J. Sharp 
Dr. Donald R. Simpson 
Dr. Rolf Singer 
Dr. Doel Soejarto 
Dr. Paul Sorenson 
Stockholm University- 

Palynological 

Laboratory 
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Street 
SystematLsche- 

Geobotanisches Institut 

der Universat 

Gottingen, Germany 
Trenton State College 
Dr. Dianna D. Tupa 
Universidad Nacional del 

Nordeste, Argentina 
Kenneth A. West 
Dr. George Wilder 
Dr. Helga Winge 
University of Wisconsin, 

LaCrosse 
University of Wisconsin, 

Madison 
Wisconsin State 

University. Oshkosh 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY 



Mrs. Charles Asher 
Gordon Baird 
William J. Ballad 
California Institute of 

Technology' 
H. H. Camacho 
Joseph Chanko 
Glenn D. Commons 



James B. Doerrer 
Ronald Draftz 
Peter M. Duncan 
Henry H. Fisher 
Terry Frest 
E. C.Galbreath 
Raul Garcia 
Calvin George 



John Gerard 
Arthur J. Gerk 
Frank A. Greene. Jr. 
Nick Guarino 
Tom Guensburg 
Dr. Ray Gutschick 
Roderick Harrelson 
Paul Harris 



Jerry Herdina 
Dr. Robert Hessler 
Hunterian Museum 
Joseph Jobst 
Harold Juntunen 
William D. Kelly 
Erik N. Kjellesvig- 
Waering 



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(Donors to the Collections — continued) 



Roger Klocek 
Robert Kott 
Roger Kuhn 
Dr. N. Gary Lane 
David E. Lange 
Derek G. Lee 
Stephen LeMay 
Prof. Riccardo Levi-Setti 
Calvin O. Levorson 
Mrs. Alice MacKinley 
Maine Town.ship High 
School 



T. P. Masbaum 
Max-Planck Institut 
Dr. Frank K. McKinney 
Elizabeth Merena 
Minerological Museum, 

Copenhagen 
John Moran 
University of Oregon 
Dr. G. Otto 
Dr. Richard M. Pearl 



E. S. Richardson 
Mr. & Mrs. John Roubik 
Richard Rush Studios 
Class of Dr. Albert 

Schatzel 
Mrs. John G. Schnizlein 
Dr. Frederick R. Schram 
Greg D. Shay 
Eric Slusser 
Mr. & Mrs. Anton A. 

Sobolik 



James W. Taylor 
John H. Tenery 
Edward T. Tonry 
Edward Valauskas 
Vienna Naturhistorische 

Museum 
D. O. VanNess 
James Wallace 
Dr. B. G. Woodland 
Gary Worcester 



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DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY 



Academy of Natural 

Sciences, Philadelphia 
Peter Ames 
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Bauer 
Virginia Bell 
Dr. Ellen Benedict 
John L. Bengston 
Dr. Georg Benick 
Werner C. B. Bokermann 
Robert Bradshaw 
A. S. H. Breure 
Brookfield Zoo, Chicago 

Zoological Park 
Dr. Walter C. Brown 
Dr. William L. Brown, Jr. 
Mrs. Beatrice L. Burch 
Jonathan A. Campbell 
Keith Carson 
D. S. Chandler 
Chicago Zoological 

Society 
William H.Clark 
Dr. Thomas A. Clarke 
Jack Clough 
Dr. Luis de la Torre 
Dr. John T. Doyen 
Jerome Dryan 
Dr. Alain Dubois 
Dr. William A. Dunson 
Stanley Dvorak, Jr. 
Henry S. Dybas 
Dr. Robert E. Elbel 
Dr. William N. 

Eschmeyer 
Dr. Robert L Fleming 
L. Franklin 
Dr. Dawn W. Frith 



Sean Furniss 
Garret S. Glodek 
Dr. A. G. C. Grandison 
Dr. & Mrs. D. W, 

Greenfield 
Paul Gritis 

Dr. Arnold B. Grobman 
Bennet B. Harvey 
Mrs. M. F. Hibbert 
John R. Hill 
Lloyd E.Hill 
Peter Hocking 
Paul Hockings 
Chuck Hoger 
Dr. Harry Hoogstraal 
Alice W. Houlsby 
Leslie Hubricht 
Mrs. J. Thomas Hurvis 
Dr. Victor H. Hutchison 
Illinois Natural History 

Survey 
Dr. Robert F. Inger 
Institute for Medical 

Research 
Arthur R. Ives 
Ralph Jackson 
Dr. Robert K. Johnson 
Dr. Kirkland Jones 
Dr. John Kethley 
Tim King 

Dr. David H. Kistner 
Dr. Erik N. Kjellesvig- 

Waering 
Estateof Josef N. Knull 
Joyce Korbecki 
N. L. H. Krauss 



Dr. O. Kryzhanovskis 
Dr. John F. Lawrence 
Dr. Douglas Lay 
William Liebe, Sr. 
Dr. Glenn Longley 
Cathy Majeske 
Borys Malkin 
Scott J. Maness 
Dr Robert E. Martin 
Tim McCarthy 
Dr. J. E.McCosker 
Hattula Moholy-Nagy 
Dr. Paul Moore 
LeMoyne Mueller 
Museum of Comparative 

Zoology, Harvard 
Mr. & Mrs. William 

Nanos 
Dr. Edward M. Nelson 
Dr. Han Nijssen 
Brian Parkinson 
Mrs. Donald Pearson 
Drs. Stewart & Jarmilla 

Peck 
Dr. Ronald H. Pine 
P. Pinto 

Dr. Austin P. Piatt 
R. W. Poindexter 
Mitchell Pokosz 
Michael E. Prokop 
Mrs. Eugene Ray 
Vernon Reaves 
Dr. David E.Reichle 
Mrs. Allen J. Richardson 
Rev.J.C.E. Riotte 
Bruce H. Robieson 



Dr. Richard Rosenblatt 

Joel S. Russell 

San Diego Zoological 

Park 
Gus Scholz 
Dr. Hurst Shoemaker 
George Sly 
Dr. Eric H. Smith 
Mrs. Hermon Dunlap 

.Smith 
Kenneth W. Smith 
Smithsonian 

Oceanographic Sorting 

Center 
Carla Stehr 
Mrs. Nawangsari Sugiri 

Dymi 
Daniel A. Summers 
Dr. Walter Suter 
Dr. J. E. Thomerson 
Umtali Museum 
University of Utah 
Dr. Bernard Verdcourt 
Visayan Sea Expedition 

oftheR/'V Alpha Helix 
Dr. Harold K. Voris 
Dr. John A. Wagner 
Dr. Richard Wassersug 
Dr. J. Kirwin Werner 
John White 
R. Wilkey 

Dr. Louis O. Williams 
University of Wisconsin 
Mr. Daniel K. Young 
Dr. Frank Young 
R. E. Young 
Robert Young 



LIBRARY 



Louis A. Allen 
Arthur C.Allyn 
Ayrton Amaral Junior 
Alexander Barash 
Dr. J. FT. Berliner 
Dr. Bennet Bronson 
Dr. William C. Burger 
Guillermo Colom 

Casasnovas 
Dr. Luis de la Torre 
Esther Warner Dendel 
W. Peyton Fawcett 
Dr, Henry Field 
Dr. Eskandar Firouz 



R. C. Forney 

Mrs. A. W. F. Fuller 

Dr. Johnnie L. Gentry, Jr. 

Kenneth J. Grabowski 

Joan M. Hartman 

Hirohito, Emperor of 

Japan 
Dr. Harry Hoog.straal 
Illinois State University, 

Normal 
Dr. Robert F. Inger 
Richard C.Jarrow 
Dr. Carol C. Jones 
Patrick King 



Allan Koss 
Konrad B. Krauskopf 
Mrs. S. C. Lee 
Christopher C. Legge 
Dr. Phillip H.Lewis 
Prof Lokesh Chandra 
Prof G. F. Mitchell 
Mobil Oil Corporation 
Ing. Victor Jose Moya R. 
Dr. Lorin I. Nevling. Jr. 
Dr. Matthew H. Nitecki 
G. L. Nogrady 
Dr, Edward J. Olsen 
Dr. Paul J. Patchen 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald Peters 
(Donald & Evelyn 
Peters Foundation) 

Betty J. Peyton 

Mrs. Helen Poncar 

Dr. Fred M. Reinman 

Donald Richards 

Dr. Eugene S. Richardson 

Dr. Clyde F.E. Roper 

Ernest J. Roscoe 

Hans Werner Rothe 

George C. Ruble 

Richard Scholl 

Wayne Serven 



$ 



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^ 



Naosaku Shindu 
Dr. Alan Solem 
Virginia M. Straub 
Dr. Vivi Tackholm 
Gloria Roth Teleki 
Dr. John E.Terrell 
Deborah Thompson 
J. Eric Thompson 



Melvin A. Traylor, Jr. 
Dr. James W. VanStone 
Theodore W. Van Zelst, 

Jr. 
Vblkerkundemuseum der 

Univer.sitat Zurich 
Dr. Harold K. Voris 



Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. 
Wagner i Louis A. and 
Frances B. Wagner 
Library Fundi 
Dr. Hartmut Walravens 
Dr. Richard Wasserzug 
E. Leland Webber 
Robert D. Weigel 
Dr. Rupert L. Wenzel 



William Andrews Clark 

Memorial Library, 

University of 

California, Los Angeles 
Dr. Louis O. Williams 
Windy City Grotto, 

National Speleological 

Society 
Glenn E. Wixom 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Mrs. Harry Adler 
Dr. & Mrs'. Richard Frank 
Estate of Jerry Herdina 
Martin Karant 



McGraw-Hill Inc. 
Edward J. Meell 
Shell Oil Company 
Mrs. George L. Simpson 



DONORS OF MATERIALS TO THE MUSEUM 



Anton A. Sobolik, Jr. 
James H. Swartchild 



Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. 
Waller 



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Board of Trustees 

December 31, 1976 



OFFICERS 



Blaine J. Yarrington, Board Chairman 

William G. Swartchild, Jr., Vice Chairman 

BowEN Blair, Vice Chairman 

Thomas E. Donnelley II, Vice Chairman 

Julian B. Wilkins, Vice Chairman 

William L. Searle, Vice Chairman 

Edward Byron Smith, Treasurer 

John S. Runnells, Secretary 

E. Leland Webber, President, Director and Assistant Secretary 

Norman W. Nelson, Assistant Secretary 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



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George R. Baker 
Gordon Bent 
Harry O. Bercher 
BowEN Blair 
Stanton R. Cook 
O.C.Davis 

William R. Dickinson, Jr. 
Thomas E. Donnelley II 
Marshall Field 
Nicholas Galitzine 
Paul W. Goodrich 
Remick McDowell 
Hugo J. Melvoin 
William H. Mitchell 
Charles F. Murphy, Jr. 



James J. O'Connor 
James H. Ransom 
Mrs. Joseph E. Rich 
John S. Runnells 
William L. Searle 
Edward Byron Smith 
Mrs. Hermon Dunlap Smith 
Robert H. Strotz 
John W. Sullivan 
William G. Swartchild, Jr. 
Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken 
E. Leland Webber 
Julian B. Wilkins 
Blaine J. Yarrington 



LIFE TRUSTEES 



William McCormick Blair 
Joseph N. Field 
Clifford C. Gregg 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
William V. Kahler 
Hughston M. McBain 
J. RoscoE Miller 



James L. Palmer 
JohnT. Pirie, Jr. 
John G. Searle 
John M. Simpson 
Louis Ware 
J. Howard Wood 



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Officers and Committees 
December 31, 1976 



Board Chairman . . . Blaine J. Yarrington 
Executive Committee 

Blaine J. Yarrington, Board Chairman 

William G. Swartchild, Jr., Vice Chairman 

Bowen Blair, Vice Chairman 

Thomas E. Donnelley II, Vice Chairman 

Julian B. Wilkins, Vice Chairman 

William L. Searle, Vice Chairman 

Edward Byron Smith, Treasurer 

John S. Runnells, Secretary 

E. Leland Webber, President, Director and Assistant Secretary 

Vice Chairman — Program Planning and Evaluation . . . William G. Swartchild, Jr. 
Program Planning and Evaluation Committee 

Mrs. T. Stanton Armour Staff 

Thomas E. Donnelley II Alice P. Games 

Remick McDowell Robert F. Inger 

Hugo J. Melvoin Lawrence Klein 

Mrs. Joseph E. Rich Phillip H. Lewis 

John S. Runnells Rupert L. Wenzel 
Mrs. Hermon Dunlap Smith 
Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken 

Vice Chairman — Resource Planning and Development . . . Bowen Blair 
Resource Planning and Development Committee 

Gordon Bent Staff 

Harry O. Bercher Thomas R. Sanders 

Stanton R. Cook 

Marshall Field 

Nicholas Galitzine 

William H. Mitchell 

James J. O'Connor 

Vice Chairman — Public Affairs . . . Thomas E. Donnelley II 
Public Affairs Committee 

Mrs. B. Edward Bensinger Staff 

Gordon Bent William G. Pasek 

Mrs. Emmett Dedmon Thomas R. Sanders 

Mrs. Frank D. Mayer 

Mrs. William Wood-Prince 

Vice Chairman — Facilities Planning . . . Julian B. Wilkins 
Facilities Planning Committee 

Stanton R. Cook Staff 

William R. Dickinson, Jr. Norman W. Nelson 

Mrs. R. Winfield Ellis Norman P. Radke 

Charles F. Murphy, Jr. Melvin A. Traylor, Jr. 

John S. Runnells 

John W. Sullivan 



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Vice Chairman — Internal Affairs . . . William L. Searle 
Internal Affairs Committee 

William R. Dickinson, Jr. Staff 

Paul W. Goodrich Norman W. Nelson 

Hugo J. Melvoin Lorin I. Nevling 

James H. Ransom ^K 

Robert H. Strotz ^ 

Treasurer . . . Edward Byron Smith 
Investment Committee 

Bowen Blair Staff 

Nicholas Galitzine Norman W. Nelson 

Paul W. Goodrich 

William H. Mitchell 

James J. O'Connor 



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Women's Board 



December 31, 1976 



OFFICERS 



Mrs. Joseph E. Rich, President 

Mrs. Leonard S. Davidow, Vice President 

Mrs. Edward F. Swift, Vice President 

Mrs. Philip K. Wrigley, Vice President 

Mrs. Robert Wells Carton, Recording Secretary 

Mrs. T. Stanton Armour, Corresponding Secretary 

Mrs. Stanton R. Cook, Treasurer 

Mrs. Arthur S. Bowes, Assistant Treasurer 



Mrs. Richard I. Allen 
Mrs. James W. Alsdorf 
Mrs. a. Watson Armour III 
Mrs. Laurance H. Armour, Jr. 
Mrs. T. Stanton Armour 
Mrs. Vernon Armour 
Mrs. Edwin N. Asmann 
Mrs. Thomas G. Ayers 
Mrs. Russell M. Baird 
Mrs. Claude A. Barnett 
Mrs. George R. Beach 
Mrs. Edward H. Bennett, Jr. 
Mrs. B. Edward Bensinger 
Mrs. Gordon Bent 
Mrs. Richard Bentley 
Mrs. Harry O. Bercher 
Mrs. Bowen Blair 
Mrs. Edward F. Blettner 
Mrs. Joseph L. Block 
Mrs. Leigh B. Block 
Mrs. Philip D. Block, Jr. 
Mrs. Philip D. Block III 
Mrs. Edwin R. Blomquist 
Mrs. William J. Bowe 
Mrs. Arthur S. Bowes 
Mrs. Robert E. Brooker 
Mrs. John A. Bross, Jr. 
Mrs. Cameron Brown 
Mrs. Isidore Brown 
Mrs. Roger O. Brown 
Mrs. William A. Brown, Jr. 
Mrs. Evelyn M. Bryant 
Mrs. Robert M. Buddington 
Mrs. Thomas B. Burke 



Mrs. Robert A. Carr 
Mrs. Robert Wells Carton 
Mrs. Hammond Chaffetz 
Mrs. Henry T. Chandler 
Miss Nora F. Chandler 
Mrs. George Chappell, Jr. 
Mrs. Robert E. Coburn 
Mrs. Fairfax M. Cone 
Mrs. Peter F. Connor 
Mrs. Stanton R. Cook 
Mrs. James R. Coulter 
Mrs. William S. Covington 
Mrs. Herschel H. Cudd 
Mrs. Jack C. Dahlman 
Mrs. Leonard S. Davidow 
Mrs. Emmett Dedmon 
Mrs. Charles S. DeLong 
Mrs. Edison Dick 
Mrs. William R. Dickinson, Jr. 
Mrs. Arthur Dixon 
Mrs. Stewart S. Dixon 
Mrs. Wesley M. Dixon 
Mrs. Elliott Donnelley 
Mrs. Gaylord Donnelley 
Mrs. Thomas E. Donnelley II 
Mrs. R. Winfield Ellis 
Mrs. Marjorie H. Elting 
Mrs. Winston Elting 
Mrs. Gordon R. Ewing 
Mrs. Clarke Falk 
Mrs. Ralph Falk 
Mrs. Robert S. Faurot 
Mrs. Calvin Fentress 
Mrs. Robert C. Ferris 



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Mrs. Joseph N. Field 

Mrs. Marshall Field 

Mrs. Gaylord A. Freeman 

Mrs. a. W. F. Fuller 

Mrs. Charles Fuller II 

Mrs. Douglas R. Fuller 

Mrs. Maurice Patrick Geraghty 

Mrs. Julian R. Goldsmith 

Mrs. Paul W. Goodrich 

Mrs. Donald M. Graham 

Mrs. Harold F. Grumhaus 

Mrs. Robert C. Gunness 

Mrs. Robert P. Gwinn 

Mrs. Burton W. Hales 

Mrs. Corwith Hamill 

Mrs. William H. Hartz, Jr. 

Mrs. Frederick Charles Hecht 

Mrs. Ben W. Heineman 

Mrs. Kenneth Hempstead Hess 

Mrs. William A. Hewitt 

Mrs. Stacy H. Hill 

Mrs. John H. Hobart 

Mrs. W. Press Hodgkins 

Miss Frances Hooper 

Mrs. Fred W. Hoover 

Mrs. Chauncey K. Hutchins 

Mrs. Samuel Insull, Jr. 

Mrs. Spencer E. Irons 

Mrs. Henry P. Isham, Jr. 

Mrs. Frederick G. Jaicks 

Mrs. Robert D. Judson 

Mrs. Byron C. Karzas 

Mrs. Richard Lea Kennedy 

Mrs. Walter A. Krafft 

Mrs. Bertram D. Kribben 

Mrs. Ray A. Kroc 

Mrs. Louis B. Kuppenheimer, Jr. 

Mrs. Louis E. Laflin, Jr. 

Mrs. Gordon Lang 

Mrs. Norman Laski 

Mrs. Gordon Leadbetter 

Mrs. John W. Leslie 

Mrs. Edward H. Levi 

Mrs. Chapin Litten 

Mrs. Albert E. M. Louer 

Mrs. Donald G. Lubin 

Mrs. Franklin J. Lunding 

Mrs. Wallace D. Mackenzie 

Mrs. James Magin 

Mrs. David Mayer 

Mrs. Frank D. Mayer 

Mrs. Brooks McCormick 



Mrs. George Barr McCutcheon II 

Mrs. John T. McCutcheon, Jr. 

Mrs. Edward D. McDougal, Jr. 

Mrs. Remick McDowell 

Mrs. John Meeker 

Mrs. Henry W. Meers 

Mrs. Hugo J. Melvoin 

Mrs. J. RoscoE Miller 

Mrs. John Mayo Mitchell 

Mrs. William H. Mitchell 

Mrs. John T. Moss 

Mrs. Charles F. Murphy, Jr. 

Mrs. Mallers Murphy 

Mrs. Lewis E. Myers 

Mrs. Charles Fenger Nadler 

Mrs. Arthur C. Nielsen 

Mrs. John Nuveen 

Mrs. James J. O'Connor 

Mrs. James R. Offield 

Mrs. Paul W. Oliver 

Mrs. Patrick L. O'Malley 

Mrs. Richard C. Oughton 

Mrs. Henry D. Paschen, Jr. 

Mrs. R. Marlin Perkins 

Mrs. William J. Pfeif 

Mrs. John T. Pirie. Jr. 

Mrs. Charles S. Potter 

Mrs. Edward S. Price 

Mrs. Frederick Childs Pullman 

Mrs. George A. Ranney 

Mrs. Howard C. Reeder 

Mrs. Drummond Rennie 

Mrs. Joseph E. Rich 

Mrs. T. Clifford Rodman 

Mrs. Frederick Roe 

Mrs. Samuel R. Rosenthal 

Mrs. Clive Runnells 

Mrs. John S. Runnells 

Mrs. George W. Ryerson 

Dr. Muriel S. Savage 

Mrs. Leo H. Schoenhofen. Jr. 

Mrs. Arthur W. Schultz 

Mrs. John G. Searle 

Mrs. William L. Searle 

Mrs. Noel M. Seeburg, Jr. 

Mrs. Patrick Shaw 

Mrs. C. William Sidwell 

Mrs. Richard W. Simmons 

Mrs. John R. Siragusa 

Mrs. Gerald A. Sivage 

Mrs. Edward Byron Smith 

Mrs. George Dresser Smith II 



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Mrs. Hermon Dunlap Smith 

Mrs. Malcolm N. Smith 

Mrs. Solomon Bryon Smith 

Mrs. Lyle M. Spencer 

Mrs. Gatzert Spiegel 

Mrs. Jack C. Staehle 

Mrs. Gardner H. Stern 

Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson III 

Mrs. Robert E. Straus 

Mrs. Joseph L. Strauss, Jr. 

Mrs. William S. Street 

Mrs. Robert H. Strotz 

Mrs. Walter A. Stuhr, Jr. 

Mrs. Carroll H. Sudler 

Mrs. Harry Blair Sutter 

Mrs. James Swartchild 

Mrs. William G. Swartchild, Jr. 

Mrs. Rolly O. Swearingen 

Mrs. Edward F. Swift 

Mrs. Hampden M. Swift 

Mrs. Phelps H. Swift 

Mrs. John W. Taylor, Jr. 



Mrs. Richard L. Thomas 

Mrs. Bruce Thorne 

Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken 

Mrs. Chester D. Tripp 

Mrs. Thomas S. Tyler 

Mrs. Derrick Vail 

Mrs. J. Harris Ward 

Mrs. Thomas M. Ware 

Mrs. Hempstead Washburne, Jr. 

Mrs. John Weber 

Mrs. E. Leland Webber 

Mrs. John Paul Welling 

Mrs. Frank O. Wetmore II 

Mrs. Henry P. Wheeler 

Mrs. Julian B. Wilkins 

Mrs. Philip C. Williams 

Mrs. Norman B. Williamson 

Mrs. William Wood-Prince 

Mrs. J. Howard Wood 

Mrs. Frank H. Woods 

Mrs. Philip K. Wrigley 

Mrs. Blaine J. Yarrington 



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staff 

December 31, 1976 

E. Leland Webber, B.B.Ad., C.P.A., President — Director 

Robert F. Inger, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Science and Education ^ft 

Norman W. Nelson, B.S., C.P.A., Assistant Director, Administration ^^ 

Thomas R. Sanders, B.S., Planning and Development Officer 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT-DIRECTOR 
Susanmary C. Young, B.A., Secretary to the President-Director 

SCIENCE AND EDUCATION 

OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, SCIENCE AND EDUCATION 

Robert F. Inger, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Science and Education 

Harvey M. Matthew, B.S.E.E., Program Co-ordinator, King Tutankhamun Exhibit 

(M.B.A.) 
Betty J. Peyton, Secretary to Assistant Director 

Department of Anthropology 

Phillip H. Lewis, Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Anthropology and Curator, Primitive 

Art and Melanesian Ethnology 
Donald Collier, Ph.D., Curator Emeritus, Middle and South American Archaeology and 

Ethnology 
Glen H. Cole, Ph.D., Curator of Prehistory 

James W. VanStone, Ph.D., Curator, North American Archaeology and Ethnology 
Bennet Bronson, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Asiatic Archaeology and Ethnology 
Michael E. Moseley, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Middle and South American Archaeology 

and Ethnology 
John E. Terrell, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Oceanic Archaeology and Ethnology 
Ruth I. Andris, Restorer 
Sally E. Antrobus, B.A., Typist 

Sue Carter-DeVale, B.A., Gamelan Restoration Program Director 
Lillian Novak, B.A., Departmental Secretary 
Phyllis G. Rabineau, M.A., Custodian of Collections 

Assistants: Robert A. Feldman, B.A.; Joyce A. Korbecki, B.A. Roland L. Weber. Ph.D. 
Conservators: Christine S. Danziger, M.S; Janet N. Linzer, M.A. ^^ 

Field Research Associates: Thomas G. Pozorski, Ph.D.; Shelia Pozorski, Ph.D. ^^ 

Robert J. Braidwood, Ph.D., Research Associate, Old World Prehistory 
Philip J.C. Dark, Ph.D., Research Associate, African Ethnology 
Fred Eggan, Ph.D., Research Associate, Ethnology 

F. Clark Howell, Ph.D., Research Associate, Old World Prehistory 
Maxine R. Kleindienst, Ph.D., Research Associate, Old World Prehistory 
Donald W. Lathrap, Ph.D., Research Associate, South American Archaeology 

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George I. Quimby, M.S., Research Associate, North American Archaeology and Ethnology 

Kenneth Starr, Ph.D., Research Associate, Asiatic Archaeology and Ethnology 

Lx)UVA Calhoun, B.A., B.F.A., Associate 

Solomon Gurewitz, Associate 

Christopher C. Legge, M.A., Associate 

Col. Millard E. Rada, Associate 

Alice K. Schneider, B.A., Associate 

James H. Swartchild, Associate 

James R. Getz, B.A., Field Associate 

EvETT D. Hester, M.S., Field Associate 



Department of Botany 

LoRiN I. Nevling, Jr., Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Botany and Curator 
Louis O. Williams, Ph.D., Curator Emeritus 
William C. Burger, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Vascular Plants 
Patricio P. Ponce de Leon, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Ciyptogamic Herbarium 
Robert B. Faden, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Vascular Plants 
Helen A. Kennedy, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Vascular Plants 
John J. Engel, Ph.D., Donald Richards Visiting Assistant Curator, Bryology 
John J. Fay, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Curator 
Roberta C. Becker, B.A., Departmental Secretary 
William E. Grime. B.A., Manager of Systematic Botanical Collections 
Assistants: Richard A. Baker. B.A,; Almon F. Cooley: Alfreda S. Czapla; Ila T. Halasz; 
John L. Lillstrom, B.S.: Dorothy L. Nash; Christine J. Niezgoda, M.S.; Lalchumi 
Ralte, B.A.; Alfreida D. Rehling; Robert G. Stolze, B.S.; Gary S. Visconti, B.S. 

Robert F. Betz, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Margery C. Carlson, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Sidney F. Glassman, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Arturo Gomez-Pompa, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Rogers McVaugh, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Richard W. Pohl, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Donald Richards. Research Associate 
Rolf Singer, Ph.D., Research Associate 
D. DoEL SoEJARTO, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Tod F. Stuessy, Ph.D., Research Associate 
Ing. Agr. Antonio Molina R., Field Associate 

Department of Geology 

Edward J. Olsen, Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Geology and Curator, Mineralogy 

Rainer Zangerl, Ph.D., Curator Emeritus, Fossil Fishes 

Matthew H. Nitecki, Ph.D., Curator, Fossil Invertebrates 

Eugene S. Richardson, Jr., Ph.D., Curator, Fossil Invertebrates 

William D. Turnbull, Ph.D., Curator, Fossil Mammals 

Bertram G. Woodland, Ph.D., Curator, Petrology 

Gordon C. Baird, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Fossil Invertebrates 

John R. Bolt, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Fossil Reptiles and Amphibians 

Mary L. Alexander, Departmental Secretary 

Judy Gail Armstrong, M.S., Custodian of Collections, Paleontology 

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Rudolph F. Chavez, Departmental Assistant 
Jeannette Forster, Clerk-typist 
Orville L. Gilpin, Chief Preparator, Fossils 
John P. Harris, Preparator, Fossils 

Edgar F. Allin, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Edward Anders, Ph.D., Research Associate, Meteoritics ^^ 

David Bardack, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates ^V 

Werner H. Baur, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mineralogy  

Albert A. Dahlberg, D.D.S., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Robert DeMar, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Robert Denison, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Arnold M. Friedman, Ph.D., Research Associate, Geology 

Daniel Fisher, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Invertebrates 

Louis H. Fuchs, B.S., Research Associate, Meteoritics 

Lawrence Grossman, Ph.D., Research Associate, Meteoritics 

James A. Hopson, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Erik N. Kjellesvig-Waering, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Invertebrates 

Riccardo Levi-Setti, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Invertebrates 

Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr., Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Paul B. Moore, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mineralogy 

Everett C. Olson, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Bryan Patterson, Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Leonard B. Radinsky, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates / 

Frederick R. Schram, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Invertebratfes 

Joseph V. Smith, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mineralogy 

Priscilla Turnbull, M.A., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Leigh Van Valen, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Alfred Ziegler, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

R. H. Whitfield, Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 

Violet Whitfield, Associate, Fossil Vertebrates 



Department of Zoology 

Rupert L. Wenzel, Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Zoology and Curator, Insects 

Emmet R. Blake, M.S., D.Sc, Curator Emeritus, Birds 

Philip Hershkovitz, M.S., Curator Emeritus, Mammals 

Luis de la Torre, Ph.D., Curator, Mammals 

Henry S. Dybas, B.S., Curator, Insects 

Hymen Marx, B.S., Curator, Amphibians and Reptiles 

Alan Solem, Ph.D., Curator, Invertebrates 

Melvin a. Traylor, Jr., A.B., Curator, Birds 

Loren p. Woods, B.S., Curator, Fishes 

Robert K. Johnson, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Fishes M^^ 

John B. Kethley, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Insects ^W 

Carol C. Jones, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Invertebrates 

John J. Pizzimenti, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Mammals 

Harold K. Voris, Ph.D., Assistant Curator, Amphibians and Reptiles 

Keith A. Carson, Tanner 

Patricia H. Johnson, Departmental Secretary 

Elizabeth A. Liebman, Scientific Illustrator, Invertebrates 

Eric H. Smith, Ph.D., Custodian of Collections, Insects 

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Assistants: Sophie Andris — Mammals; Louise A. Bernard, B.S. — Insects; John C. Bru- 
ner, M.S. — Fishes; David A. Cawthon, M.S. — Invertebrates; Garrett S. Glodek, B.S. — 
Fishes; Robert J. Izor, B.S. — Mammals; Laurel E. Keller, B.S. — Mammals; Robert E. 
Martin, Ph.D. — Mammals; M. Dianne Maurer, B.A. — Birds; Alan R. Resetar — Am- 
phibians and Reptiles; David A. Shepard, B.S. — Insects; Daniel Summers, M.S. — In- 
sects; Glen L. Whitmire, B.A. — Fishes; Laurie C. Wilkins, B.S. — Mammals 

Secretaries: Sharon M. Bacoyanis, B.A. — Invertebrates; Marilyn S. Belka — Amphibians 
and Reptiles; Pamela P. Borroff, B.A. — Insects; Sharon S. Moehling — Mammals 

Arthur C. Allyn, B.S., Research Associate, Insects 

Rudyerd Boulton, B.S., Honorary Research Associate, Birds 

David R. Cook, Ph.D., Research Associate, Insects 

Jack Fooden, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mammals 

David W. Greenfield, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fishes 

Harry Hoogstraal, Ph.D., Research Associate, Insects 

David R. Kistner, Ph.D., Research Associate, Insects 

Ch'Eng-Chao Liu, Ph.D., Honorary Research Associate, Reptiles 

Helen M. McCammon, Ph.D., Research Associate, Invertebrates 

Lee D. Miller, Ph.D., Research Associate, Insects 

Charles F. Nadler, M.D., Research Associate, Mammals 

Charles E. Oxnard, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mammals 

George B. Rabb, Ph.D., Research Associate, Reptiles 

Austin L. Rand, Ph.D., Honorary Research Associate, Birds 

Charles A. Reed, Ph.D., Research Associate, Mammals 

Walter Segall, M.D., Research Associate, Mammals 

Ronald Singer, D.Sc., Research Associate, Mammals 

Jamie E. Thomerson, Ph.D., Research Associate, Fishes 

Robert Traub, Ph.D., Research Associate, Insects 

Waldemar Meister, M.D., Associate, Mammals 

Edward M. Nelson, Ph.D., Associate, Fishes 

Harry G. Nelson, B.S., Associate, Insects 

Dale J. Osborn, Ph.D., Associate, Mammals 

DioscoRO S. Rabor, M.S., Associate, Birds 

Ellen T. Smith, Associate, Birds 

Robert L. Fleming, Ph.D., Field Associate, Birds 

Karl J. Frogner, Ph.D., Field Associate, Reptiles 

George Haas, Ph.D., Field Associate, Reptiles 

Federico Medem M., Sc.D., Field Associate, Reptiles 

Laurie Price, Field Associate, Invertebrates 

Janice K. Street, Field Associate, Mammals 

William S. Street, Field Associate, Mammals 



The Library of the Museum 

W. Peyton Fawcett, B.A., Librarian 
Lucy A. Drews, A.M.L.S., Reference Librarian 
Eugenia J. Jang, A.A., Serials Librarian 
Chih-Wei Pan, M.S., Cataloger 
Alfreda C. Rogowski, Acquisitions 

Library Assistants: Kenneth J. Grabowski, M.S.; Patricia Piasecki, B.A.; William N. 
Roark, M.S.; Melissa H. Slater, B.L.S. 

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Field Museum Press Editorial Staff 

James W. VanStone, Ph.D., Scientific Editor 
Patricia M. Williams, B.A., Editor 



Department of Education — including personnel of the N.W. Harris Public School Exten- 
sion; the Ray A. Kroc Environmental Programs; and the James Nelson and Anna Louise 
Raymond Foundation for Public School and Children's Lectures. 

Alice P. Carnes, Ph.D., Chairperson, Department of Education 
Carolyn P. Blackmon, B.A., Head, Program Development Division 

Divisional Assistants: John Dykstra; Dorothy M. Hazzard; Ronald J. Lambert; Alice L. 
Lewis 

Program Developers: Julie A. Castrop, M.A.T.; Victoria Grigelaitis, B.A.; Philip C. 

Hanson, M.S.; Cynthia S. Mark, M.S.; Barbara Reque, M.S.T. 
Elizabeth B. Deis, M.S., Head, Instruction Division 

Instructors: Edith Fleming, M.A.; Ann B. Prewitt, M.A.; Carol J. Scholl, M.S.; Marie A. 
SVOBODA, M.A. 

Resource Assistants: Robert Cantu, A. A.; Delores L. Dobberstein, B.A.; Jean H. Von- 

DRISKA, B.A. 
Molly M. Ozaki, Resource Co-ordinator 
Jane M. Wanken, B.S., Departmental Secretary 



Department of Exhibition 

Lawrence G. Klein, Chairman, Department of Exhibition 

Donna L. McCluskey, Secretary 

William G. Pasek, B.F.A., Assistant to Chairman 

Carol L. Repa, B.S., Departmental Secretary 

Ben J. KozAK, Jr., B.F.A., Head, Planning/Design Division 

Designers: Clifford Abrams, B.F.A.; Patricia J. Brew, B.S.; Timothy J. Honquest, 
B.F.A.; Elizabeth A. Shepard, B.F.A.; Donald R. Skinner, M.F.A. 

Scientific Illustrators: Zbigniew T. Jastrzebski, M.F.A.; Tibor Perenyi, J.D.; William H. 
Peterson, B.A. 

Scriptwriters: Victor M. Banks, B.S.; Helen M. Chandra, B.A. 

Richard T. Pearson, B.A., Acting Head, Preparation/Production Division 

Exhibit Service Preparators: Howard J. Bezin, B.F. A.; Salvador Castro, Jr. 

Preparators: John K. Cannon, M.F.A.; Edwin M. Kestler; Thomas Wicks, Jr., M.F.A.; 
Kevin T. Williams, B.F.A. 



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OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, ADMINISTRATION 

Norman W. Nelson, B.S., C.P.A., Assistant Director, Administration 

William J. Lauf, M.B.A., Controller 

Beverly C. Scott, B.S.C, Secretary to Assistant Director 



Accounting Department 

Lynn C. Bales, Accounting Clerk 
J. Victor Blakemore, B.A., Systems Analyst 
Catherine O. Gordon, A.B., Accounting Clerk 
Rudolph J. Stabej, B.S., Accountant 



Building Operations Department 

Norman P. Radtke, Manager, Physical Plant 

Andris Pavasars, M.S., Departmental Clerk 

Joseph D. Taylor, Assistant to Physical Plant Manager 



Engineering Division 

Leonard Carrion, Chief Engineer 
Rudolph R. Dentino, Assistant Chief Engineer 
Clarence Hanna, Audio- Visual Technician 
David L. Jackson, Electrician Helper 
Arthur R. Thompson, Electrician 

Stationary Engineers: Robert J. Battaglia, Everett C. Bethmann, Joseph A. Nejasnic, 
Ronald J. Stagg 

Engineering Assistants: George Lewis, Robert D. Quaglia, Harry Rayborn, Jr., Thomas 

R. SCRUTCHIONS 



Housekeeping Division 

George A. Stlaske, B.A., Housekeeping Supervisor 

Janitors: Eduardo A. Alvardo, Harold A. Anderson, Pedro Corona-Bonilla, James M. 
Cosby, Janina Czapla, Cleola Davis, Mary C. Dynia, Ralph Garcia, Jesus L. Guer- 
rero, Fermin S. Ibarra, Willie T. Johnson, Edv\'ard J. Jurzak, Wladystawa Kapton, 
John G. Kobylecky, Roosevelt McNeil, Jose Mendoza, Lee Mister, Cozzetta Morris, 
Carrie Nixon, Chester Patterson, Susie Rhodes, James J. Robinson, Marcial L Sau- 
CEDO, Tadeusz Scislowicz, Eraclio Villanueva, Josaphat B. Yomekpe 

Maintenance Division 

Jacques L. Pulizzi, Building Maintenance Supervisor 

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Craftsman: Carpenters — Steven Ferrer, Louis M. Hobe, Stanley B. Konopka, George C. 
Petrik, Michael J. Shouba, Angelo T. Tallarico, Joseph Vasiukevicius 

Painters — Michael C. Gotto, Stanley Parwa, Walter J. Stagg, Thomas Williams 



General Services Department 

Gustav a. Noren, General Services Administrator 

Oscar E. Anderson, B.A., Printing Production Co-ordinator 

Erich F. Filers, Purchasing Agent 

Christine E. Gahan, B.A., Departmental Secretary 

Geraldine Havranek, Switchboard Operator 

Victoria L. McQuillan, Clerk-typist, Purchasing 

LoRAN S. Recchia, Clerk-typist, Photography 

Ronald A. Testa, M.F.A., Photographer 



Division of Museum Shops 

Warren L. Loschky, B.S., Manager of Museum Shops 

Theresa A. Panjan, Assistant Manager 

Ami Will, B.A., Clerk-typist 

Clerks: Emily M. Brandle, Yvonne Gallagher, Betty J. Green, Nancy L. Harriman, 

Deborah A. Johnson, Leon B. Kam Chee, Fern E. Konyar, Teri L. Muriello, Roy M. 

Wilson 



Divisions of Printing and Publications 

Conrad P. Lachel, Head of Publications 
Peter B. Madden, Assistant, Publications 
Michael F. Olivo, Printing Assistant 
George C. Sebela, Head of Printing 
Karmen M. Two Crow, Clerk, Publications 



Division of Security and Visitor Services 

Anthony F. DeBlase, Ph.D., Manager 
Glenn A. Petersen, Senior Sergeant 

Sergeants: Michael Dominquez, Richard H. Leigh, Bing R. Nishiura, Thomas A. Marx, 
Steve J. Sebela 

Guards: Michael L. Alexander, Louis Andrade, Wayne A. Bishop, Keith M. Boardway, 
Richard G. Bossenga, Carlos Castro, Mario M. Castro, Sik K. Chin, Thomas G. Chin, 
Russell W. Crouse, Edward D. Czerwin, William Dubyk, Lionel L. Dunem, Sr., 
Robert M. Franca, Steven A. Grissom, Norman Harvey, John M. Hlava, James R. 
Hunter, Charles M. Johnson, Paul J. Johnston, Kathy M. Jorgensen, Thomas F. 
Knight, Herbert J. Kofink, Jeffrey J. Konyar, Leonard A. Kowalski, Kevin J. Mad- 
den, Dan W. Maller, Elizabeth J. Merena, Phoebe A. Moore, Arthur C. Morton, 
George F. McGiffin, Johannes H. Neubauer, Thomas A. Novak, Lula H. Pendivers, 

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Sanberit, Susan G. Schmidt, Ragnar Schousboe, Robert R. Singleton, George W. 
Smith, Sr., Thomas D. Straits, Ruta O. Vasiukevicius, Joanne M. Vavra, Christo- 
pher E. Vondrasek, Gregory E. Ward, Michael R. Welsh, John P. Whelan 



Personnel Department 



Hubert A. Homan, Jr., A.B., Personnel Manager 
Susan M. Olson, Personnel Assistant 



Registrar Department 

Mary A. Hagberg, L.L.B., Registrar 
Margaret A. Larson, Clerk 



PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

OFFICE OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER 

Thomas R. Sanders, B.S., Planning and Development Officer 

Clifford Buzard, M.S., M.Div., Associate Development Officer 

Maria T. Decker, M.A., Researcher 

Muriel R. Fults, M.Ed., Assistant to Co-ordinator, Tutankhamun Exhibit 

Alexandra G. Mente, B.F.A., Secretary to the Women's Board 

Elizabeth A. Moore, B.S.N. , R.N., Development Records 

Marcia a. Rasmussen, B.A., Secretary to Planning and Development Officer 

Christine M. Salach, B.A., Clerical Assistant for Tutankhamun Exhibit 

Mary A. Schorsch, B.A., Secretary to Associate Development Officer 

Audrey S. Sullivan, Public Information Co-ordinator, Tutankhamun Exhibit 



Membership Department 

Dorothy S. Roder, Membership Manager 
Toby D. Rajput, B.A., Senior Clerk-typist 
Clerk-typists: Sarah A. Derr, B.A., Beverly J. Marjanovich, B.A., Josefina Sanchez 



Public Relations Department 

JoRY Graham, Public Relations Counsel 

Josephine F. Christie, B.S., Secretary 

NiKA N. Semkoff, B.A., Public Relations Assistant 

David M. Walsten, B.S., Editor, Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin 



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