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The e.Gallery Thank You Page.

e.Gallery Thank You Page ...

Over the years, many kind souls and sister organizations have helped the Fine Art Presentations. This page is used to thank them for their contributions. We truly appreciates their many gifts.

Individual Contributors
 
These individuals have given of their time and energy to help make the Fine Art Presentations what it is today: gifts of equipment, time in transcribing or editing, wonderful ideas and moral support, or putting up with the e.Librarian's quirks — thank you all.
Joseph S. Sellinger  Marylin J. Kraker
Chris Garrison  Mort Weizen
Werner Glas  Hans Gebert
Michael Duffy  Ralph Marinelli
Kristina Kaine  Lorenzo Ravagli
Mark Russell  Henk de Laat
Anna Quinn and Steven Decker  Kees Kromme
John R. Penner  Phil Centers
Lutz Baar  Valdemar Setzer
Xavier S. Bate  John Sterling Walker
Antonio Aretxabala  R.S.W. Bobbette
Ernst Katz  Karen Speerstra
Anonymous Contributors and Helpers Galore


Organizations
 
Here credit is given to those organizations that have had a major role in shaping the e.Gallery: by providing access to research material, answering questions and giving sound advice, and, saying it again, putting up with the e.Librarian's quirks — thanks to all.
Rudolf Steiner Library of Los Angeles  Mayflower Book Shop
Rudolf Steiner College Library  Rudolf Steiner Institute
Rudolf Steiner Library  Rudolf Steiner Research Center
The e.Lib, Inc.  C4 Systems, Inc.
Thanks to the Rudolf Steiner Charitable Trust Advised Fund of RSF Social Finance for their very generous annual grants ever since 2009. Their financial support and encouragement has been a truly positive force in our growth over the past few years.
Thanks also to the Mid States Shared Gifting Group of RSF Social Finance for their generous grants in 2004, 2005, and 2007. We really appreciate their recognition and affirmation of our initiative.


Finally, if we have left anyone out, please accept our humblest apologies. This page has been long overdue, and remembering everything may not be one of the e.Librarians assets. Let us know of the omission so “Mr. Quirk” can fix it! For those people mentioned that haven't contacted us in a while, why not do it now? We'd love to hear from you.

Thank You All!


All images, pictures, etc. contained here are gleaned from Usenet, or some other public access archive. We believe all entries to be in the public domain and, therefore, are without restriction for personal use. Should you want to use any image on this site for commercial purposes, you will need to consult with a competent attorney to determine your rights. If you see errors or omissions (e.g., missing artists, artist not cross-referenced by century or ethnicity), or if you own the copyright to an image displayed here, please contact us.


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