Thank you, Research Fund contributors, from New York to Arizona

September 2006
High Country News;9/4/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 16, p8
A list of benefactors, sponsors, patrons and friends of the Research Fund enabling the journal to continue its functions is presented. Included in the list of benefactors are Nancy K. Putney of Colorado, Jessica Grace Wing of California, and Todd Michael of Oregon. Its sponsors include Annette Aguayo of New Mexico, Mark Boutillette of California, and Douglas Dunn of Arizona. Its patrons, on the other hand, mention Ray Straughan of Oregon, Peter Thompson, and Dora Woodall of Arizona.


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