Friends and Donors Special Thanks

Published: March 8, 2023

The Center and Clark thank the following for their generous support during 20222023:

Major Supporters

Dr. Paul Chrzanowski

Colburn Foundation

Dr. Patricia Bates Simun and Mr. Richard V. Simun Memorial Fund

Professor Emeritus Nathaniel Grossman

J. Paul Getty Trust

Penny and Ed Kanner*

Stephen A. Kanter, M.D.*

Kenneth Karmiole

Virginia F. and Dr. Lawrence Kruger

Linda L. and Leslie W. Koepplin Endowment

Pine Tree Foundation of New York

Loren and Frances Rothschild

Sidney Stern Memorial Trust

The Ahmanson Foundation

Catherine G. Benkaim and Barbara A. Timmer

Deborah and Lee Walcott

Wendell E. Jeffrey & Bernice Wenzel Jeffrey Trust

Zachs Family Foundation, Inc.

* In memoriam

Friends of the Clark Library

BENEFACTOR              $5,000+
Janet Minami
Bette I. Nagin and Jeffrey L. Nagin
Jackie and Charles* Schwartz
Mary Simun

PATRON                      $2,500$4,999
Martha Bardach
Dr. Rogers Brubaker
Patricia N. Chock
Professor Johanna Drucker
Dr. Mari Edelman
Dr. Susan and Mark Harris
Judy L. Hellinger
Dr. Sheldon H. Kardener and Ms. Monika G. Olofsson-Kardener
Bernie and Elaine Mendes
Dr. Jeanne Robson
Elma O. Severson
Roberta and Robert Young

FRIEND                        $1,000$2,499
Phyllis A. and John A. Conkle
Brenda Anderson and Reynold Dacon
Drs. Susan and Martin Mach
Carol E. Sandberg
Patricia Waldron. M.D. and Mr. Richard Waldron
Professor Bronwen Wilson

ASSOCIATE                  $500$999
Professors Helen Deutsch and Michael Meranze
Professors Mary Terrall and Ted Porter

SUPPORTER                 $250$499
Dr. Judith C. Collas
Don Haisch and Hersin Magante
James Hecht
Tony Parr and Laura Stalker
Carli V. Rogers
Dorothy Wolpert
Donna J. Young

The Division of Humanities and the College of Letters & Science at UCLA acknowledge the Gabrielino/Tongva peoples as the traditional land caretakers of Tovaangar (the Los Angeles basin and So. Channel Islands). As a land grant institution, we pay our respects to the Honuukvetam (Ancestors), ‘Ahiihirom (Elders) and ‘Eyoohiinkem (our relatives/relations) past, present and emerging.