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ANNUAL REPORT 2009 - 2010

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Volunteer Leadership Executive Message What We Do Exhibitions KOREA60 Commemoration Programs and Events Education Research Grants and Awards Friends and Members Supporting the Mission Volunteers and Interns Financial Overview Communications Donor Honor Roll

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Mission The Harry S. Truman Library Institute, a 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to the preservation, advancement, and outreach activities of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, one of our nation’s 13 presidential libraries overseen by the National Archives and Records Administration. Together with its public partner, the Truman Library Institute preserves the enduring legacy of America’s 33rd president to enrich the public’s understanding of history, the presidency, public policy, and citizenship.




OFFICERS CHAIR Mary E. Hunkeler, Community Volunteer VICE CHAIR John J. Sherman, Inergy TREASURER and VICE CHAIR Roger A. Novak, Novak Birks, P.C. SECRETARY Herbert M. Kohn, Bryan Cave LLP

DIRECTORS Carol Anderson, Emory University Alan L. Atterbury, Midland Properties, Inc. Kirk W. Carpenter, Carpenter & Company John A. Dillingham, JoDill, Inc. and Dillingham Enterprises Charles M. Foudree, Ret., Harmon Industries, Inc. Sam F. Hamra, Hamra Enterprises Mary Ann Heiss, Kent State University Mary C. Johnston, National Volunteer Allen L. Lefko, Bank of Grain Valley Kenneth B. McClain, Humphrey, Farrington, and McClain, P.C. Thomas R. McGee, Jr., DST Realty

John P. McMeel, Andrews McMeel Universal Larry L. McMullen, Husch Blackwell LLP James B. Nutter, Jr., James B. Nutter & Company Cappy P. Powell, Community Volunteer Page Branton Reed, Community Volunteer Beth K. Smith, Community Volunteer Elizabeth T. Solberg, Fleishman Hillard, Inc. Charles S. Sosland, Sosland Publishing Co. James W. Symington, Nossaman LLP Maurice A. Watson, Husch Blackwell LLP Ex Officio: Michael J. Devine, Harry S. Truman Library and Museum

NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL John C. Danforth, Bryan Cave LLP Richard A. Gephardt, Gephardt & Associates, L.C. Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute Michael J. Johnston, Ret., The Capital Group

HONORARY TRUSTEES Henry W. Bloch Elinor Borenstine Willard L. Boyd Mary Shaw Branton George H. Curtis George M. Elsey 4

Lawrence E. Gelfand Larry J. Hackman Susan M. Hartmann Ken Hechler Francis H. Heller Milton P. Kayle


Jonathan M. Kemper Richard S. Kirkendall Henry J. Massman, IV Thomas A. McDonnell C. Westbrook Murphy William C. Nelson

James B. Nutter, Sr. Barbara J. Potts Gloria Schusterman Morton I. Sosland Elmer B. Staats David Stanley

Executive Message Dear Friends ,

The Truman Library Institute is extremely grateful for the leadership and generosity we have received from our volunteers and donors during 2010. The support of so many friends allowed us to advance the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum’s efforts to preserve and share President Truman’s remarkable legacy.

•On June 21, General David Petraeus appeared as the keynote speaker of the Institute’s Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony. This moving tribute was attended by more than 2,100 individuals – including 450 Korean War veterans, numerous elected and military officials, international dignitaries and representatives.

During 2010, we collectively devoted much of our time, energy and financial resources to commemorating the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War. The Truman Library Institute’s KOREA60 commemoration surpassed all expectations for properly remembering and honoring veterans of the Korean War, while also reminding an international audience of the important, world-altering decisions President Truman made. We offer our sincere thanks to everyone who so readily agreed to support our KOREA60 programs – and especially the following individuals and partners:

•The special exhibit, Memories of Korea, was viewed by more than 60,000 Truman Library visitors during its March though December run.

•Congressmen Ike Skelton and Emanuel Cleaver, II, Senator Kit Bond and all the members of the KOREA60 Honorary Committee. •Gen. David H. Petraeus, the keynote speaker of our Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony. •The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, the US Army Command and General Staff College, and the Government of the Republic of South Korea through the Korean Consulate General in Chicago.

•The Howard and Virginia Bennett Forum on the Presidency, held in November, received national attention, thanks to the topic of discussion, Presidents at War: Korea to Afghanistan, and the featured panelists, The Hon. Bob Kerrey, Senator Evan Bayh and historians Douglas Brinkley and Andrew Bacevich. We are grateful to the friends and benefactors who made these and other programs possible during the past year, and we hope this annual report gives you an idea of what the Truman Library Institute was able to accomplish. With your ongoing support, we will continue drawing on the life, legacy and values of Harry S. Truman in order to enrich the public’s understanding of history, the presidency, and the importance of civic engagement. Sincerely, Mary Hunkeler and Alex Burden

•The generous corporations, foundations and individuals who sponsored KOREA60 – including our lead sponsors – the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States and the Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust. (See complete list on page 11) Thanks to their leadership, involvement and financial support, the Truman Library Institute was able to offer a compelling slate of KOREA60 programs throughout 2010 – including the following highlights:


ALEX BURDEN Executive Director




was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.



What We Do The Harry S. Truman Library Institute, a not-for-profit, taxexempt corporation, and the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum work as partners to keep President Truman’s legacy of leadership and service alive. Through nationally-acclaimed educational programs, world-class museum exhibits,

international research programs and stimulating forums, the Truman Library Institute preserves and helps interpret Harry Truman’s presidency for future generations. In Fiscal Year 2010, the Truman Library Institute contributed $822,164 to this cause.

Programs made possible by the Truman Library Institute include:

• Harry S. Truman Book Award • Scholar’s Award • Dissertation Year Fellowships • Research Grants • Conferences • Summer Teachers Institute • National History Day – Greater Kansas City Regional Competition • Permanent and Temporary Museum Exhibits • The Howard & Virginia Bennett Forum on the Presidency • Wild About Harry • Harry S. Truman Legacy of Leadership Award • Community Partnerships • Government Relations • Museum Programs

• Truman Legacy Events • The White House Decision Center • Student Museum Tours • Ongoing Educational Programs • Website Hosting and Management • Museum and Archives Support • Digital Archives Support • Student Internship Program • Volunteer and Docent Program • Tourism Marketing • Public Relations • Publications/Communications • Capital Improvements • Preventative Maintenance • Development and Fundraising




was a soldier in the First World War, and I know what a soldier goes through. I know well the anguish that mothers and fathers and families go through.



Exhibitions CAPTURE THE MOMENT Truman Library | November 21 - January 24, 2010 139 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photographs Capture Moments of Triumph and Tragedy The Truman Library hosted the most comprehensive display of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever shown in the United States. Capture the Moment included all winning images from

1942-2008. Behind each prize-winning image was the compelling story of the photographer who, coincidentally or courageously, was present to “capture the moment.”

MEMORIES OF KOREA Truman Library | March 27, 2010 - December 31, 2010

On March 27, 2010, the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum launched a powerful new exhibition commemorating the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. Not simply a military history, Memories of Korea helped Museum visitors feel the impact of the Korean conflict and legacy through the eyes of those who lived there, who fought there, and who were permanently changed by what happened there. Organized around four thematic areas – Culture and History, Antecedents, War, and Legacy – the Truman Library’s historians and curators culled the presidential archives to present an interactive, multi-media experience drawn on the personal as well as the political. At the core was the highly detailed war record left by President Truman’s administration. The experience also included

on-the-ground film footage, audio stations featuring first-person interviews, large-scale photographs, personal memorabilia, family letters, diary entries and much more. Through this unique and original presentation, a personal, powerful and often times brutal picture of the Korean War emerged, forever changing the way we think and feel about “The Forgotten War.” Approximately 60,000 Truman Library visitors toured the exhibition during its run. The Truman Library Institute would like to thank the Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust for its title-sponsorship of the exhibit.




Throughout 2010, the Truman Library Institute and the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum commemorated the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War with a series of programs designed to honor the service of American, Korean, and United Nations soldiers and to celebrate

the remarkable success of South Korea, made possible by the service and sacrifice of the veterans of the Korean War. Tens of thousands of people were reached through live audience experiences, web casts, television and radio rebroadcasts.

PROGRAMS: Korean War Conference Series May 14-15, 2010 | The Legacy of Harry S. Truman in East Asia |Key West, FL The event was broadcast by C-SPAN. May 27-28, 2010 | Korea’s Legacy of War: The Two Koreas and Their Future | Seoul, South Korea June 16-17, 2010 | New Documents, New Histories: 21st Century Perspectives on the Korean War The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum was the venue for the official opening of two collections of classified intelligence documents relating to Korea. These collections include an important series of records from the CIA Historical Collections Division and documents from the Woodrow Wilson Center’s North Korea International Documentation Project. The event was broadcast by C-SPAN. Educational Initiatives The Truman Library Institute premiered a new adult version of its nationally-acclaimed educational program the White House Decision Center, focusing on Harry Truman’s reaction to North Korea invading South Korea and his subsequent decision to enter the war.



korea60 The Truman Library Institute would like to thank the following korea60 sponsors: Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony Title Sponsor:

Memories of Korea Exhibition Title Sponsor: Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust, Daniel C. Weary and Bank of America, trustees

Free Admission Sponsor of the Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony: The Government of the Republic of Korea through the Korean Consulate General in Chicago, IL KC Impact Fund Command and General Staff College Foundation Jean and Don Wagner Richardson Printing, Inc. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation ATK Small Caliber Systems Dickinson Financial Corporation

Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Co. James J. Ascher Neal E. Boyd Norman Fretwell Allen L. Lefko Lon Lane Inspired Occasions Margaret and Jerome Nerman



Appreciation Ceremony On June 21, 2010, the Truman Library Institute organized the largest tribute event in the nation commemorating the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of Korean War. Guest speakers included General David Petraeus, South Korean Ambassador Chul Huh, Senator Kit Bond, Congressman Ike Skelton, Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, and Honorary Chairman of the Truman Library Institute Clifton Truman Daniel. The service of Ko-

rean War veterans who bravely fought and died in the conflict was also acknowledged by the President of the Republic of South Korea via a special video presentation. Approximately 2,150 people attended the event, including an estimated 450 Korean War veterans. Officers from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, the Republic of South Korea, and United Nations Allies Australia, Spain, France and Canada were present. The event was broadcast by C-SPAN.

korean war facts: 54,200 Americans died in service June 27,1950 - July 27, 1953. Of these, 33,700 were actual battlerelated deaths. 131 Korean War veterans have been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. There were 7,140 POW’s during the Korean War. Of these, 4,418 returned to the United States, 2,701 died, and 21 refused repatriation. An estimated 86,300 Korean War veterans are women, making up seven percent of the estimated number of all female veterans.



Reflections “Thank you!

Thank you! Thank you! We thoroughly enjoyed the Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony…It was a fantastic, memorable day…I will remember my dad’s smile and tears for a lifetime.” Pam Maher Daughter of a decorated Korean War Veteran

“It is fitting

that an appreciation ceremony for Korean War veterans be conducted under that auspices of an institute named after Harry Truman. The Harry S. Truman Library’s Institute is the proper one to help say thank you to that generation that did so well and fought so courageously on the peninsula of Korea.” Ike Skelton United States Representative and Ceremony Honorary Co-Chair

“Today, I feel

I know exactly what Harry Truman would do if he were able to be here. I believe he would leave his prepared remarks on this podium and walk down the aisles to look into the eyes and to shake the hands of each of you here today who were asked to risk everything in the defense of our democratic ideals. He would say “thank you”… he would say “I know the suffering of a soldier” … he would say “I thought of you every day for the rest of my life.” Clifton Truman Daniel Honorary Chairman, Truman Library Institute

“Please know

that it was a privilege and an honor to participate in this impressive and moving ceremony and to affirm to the veterans of the so-called “Forgotten War” that they are actually very much remembered. Please pass along my thanks and congratulations to the Board of Directors and the KOREA60 Honorary Committee – the commemoration was absolutely wonderful.” General David H. Petraeus Commanding General, United States Forces-Afghanistan



Programs and Events “Dear Harry...Love Bess” The 125th Birthday of First Lady Bess Wallace Truman February 13, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum The observance of Bess Truman’s 125th birthday included special guest Clifton Truman Daniel. Greater Kansas City, Missouri National History Day Competition March 13, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum Over 400 students competed for a place at the state and national National History Day competitions. Wild About Harry April 8, 2010 | Marriott-Muehlebach Hotel, Kansas City, Mo. Honorary Chairs: Jean and William H. Dunn, Sr. | Event Chairs: Martha and David Immenschuh The Truman Library Institute’s annual fundraising dinner featured a keynote address by Susan Eisenhower and the inaugural presentation of the Harry S. Truman Legacy of Leadership Award to former Secretary of State James A Baker, III. Harry Truman 126th Birthday Celebration Weekend May 8 - 9, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum The observance of Harry Truman’s 126th birthday included the Presidential Wreath Laying Ceremony and “Hats Off to Harry!” children’s puppet show. Honorary Fellows Night June 10, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum The third annual members-only event featured a reception and private tour of the Memories of Korea exhibit with Truman Library Director Michael Devine.

CHOSIN June 21, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum A Truman Library special screening of Chosin with Producer Anton Sattler. This award-winning documentary chronicled the Korean War’s Chosin Reservoir Campaign. The 1st Marine Division suffered over 4,000 killed and wounded but saved the lives of 98,000 refugees fleeing communist rule in North Korea. Seventeen Medals of Honor and 70 Navy Crosses were awarded making it one of the most decorated battles in American history.

Selling the Korean War: Propaganda, Politics, and Public Opinion in the United States July 13, 2010 | Kansas City Public Library’s Truman Forum The Truman Library Institute and Kansas City Public Library co-sponsored a book event featuring the 2010 Harry S. Truman Book Award winner Dr. Steven Casey, author of Selling the KoreanWar: Propaganda, Politics, and Public Opinion in the United States, 1950-1953. The event was broadcast by C-SPAN. 14


Programs and Events Continued

Book Release Event October 29, 2010 | Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, Mo. Affection and Trust:The Personal Correspondence of Harry S.Truman and Dean Acheson Featuring Clifton Truman Daniel and David Acheson, moderated by Raymond Geselbracht.

From Left: David Acheson, Ray Geselbracht, Clifton Truman Daniel

From Left: Roger Novak and Dick Bruening

From Left: Cappy and Peter Powell, Larry Gates, David Acheson, Sandra McElwaine

The Great Debates Revisited - Kennedy and Nixon Series September 27, 2010 | Sander “Sandy” Vanocur October 5, 2010 | James Roth October 12, 2010 | Tim Naftali October 18, 2010 | Rick Perlstein Hosted at the Kansas City Public Library’s Truman Forum, this series of programs during September-October 2010 featured weekly screenings of the four televised match-ups plus introductory commentary and follow-up Q&A sessions by expert speakers. Faith, Leadership and Government October 22, 2010 | Harry S. Truman Library and Museum Featuring His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America Korean War Veterans Appreciation Concert October 30, 2010 | Kansas City Music Hall The Truman Library Institute supported the Kim Family’s efforts to present a Korean War Veterans Appreciation Concert dedicated to President Harry S. Truman and Korean War Veterans.

Howard & Virginia Bennett Forum on the Presidency H “ “Presidents at War: Korea to Afghanistan” N November 6, 2010 | Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, Mo. The Fourth Annual Bennett Forum featured The Honorable Bob Kerrey as moderator and T ppanelists Douglas Brinkley, Senator Evan Bayh and Andrew Bacevich.

From Left: Evan Bayh, Mary and Michael Johnston, Bennett Forum founders.



Led by Honorary Chairs Jean and William H. Dunn, Sr. and Event Chairs Martha and David Immenschuh, the 2010 event was wildly successful, raising $289,000 in support of the Institute’s mission to help preserve and share the enduring legacy of America’s 33rd President, while also enriching the public’s understanding of history, the presi-

dency and the importance of civic engagement. Lead support for Wild About Harry was generously provided by the following event underwriters: Americo Life, Inc., W. P. Carey Foundation, DST Systems, Inc., J.E. Dunn Construction Company, Adele and Donald Hall, and Inergy.

On Thursday, April 8, 2010, the Truman Library Institute hosted the eleventh annual Wild About Harry fundraising dinner at the Marriott-Muehlebach Hotel in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. More than 560 attendees were on hand for this highly-anticipated event, which featured a keynote address by Susan Eisenhower, granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Included in the program was the inaugural presentation of the Harry S. Truman Legacy of Leadership Award to former Secretary of State James A. Baker, III.

Honorary Chairs:

Jean and William H. Dunn, Sr.

Event Chairs:

Martha and David Immenschuh

Steering Committee Kristin Amend Mary Atterbury Harvey Bodker Carolyn Bond Mary Shaw Branton Kirk Carpenter Mary Coble Poo Coker Michele Crumbaugh Dean Davison Patricia Davison Jill Dean 166

Ann Dickinson Bob Dunn Marianne Dunn Susie Evans Colleen Foudree Laurie Franklin Sharon Greenwood Adele Hall Donald Hall, Sr. Woodie Howgill Mary Hunkeler Gretchen Jacobson


Donna Katz Nancy Lee Kemper Nancie Kivett Ellie Knopke Kay Martin Tom Martin Bridget McCandless Maureen McMeel Penny Moeller Robert Moore Barbara Nelson Karen Pack

Donna Pitman Donna Pittman Barbara Potts Cappy Powell Margo Quiriconi Page Reed Cathy Schultz Jeanne Sosland Susan Spaulding Jean Wagner Eileen Weir Polly Wolbach

Save The Date

April 28, 2011 | 6:15 p.m. The Marriott-Muehlebach Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri

T he Honorable Stephen Breyer Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Keynote Address

The Honorable Kit Bond

Harry S. Truman Legacy of Leadership Award Recipient

2011 Honorary Co-Chairs: W. H. "Bert" Bates & Edward T. Matheny 2011Nancy Event Chairs: and Herb Kohn

For information on tickets and sponsorship opportunities, visit or contact Kim Rausch at (816)268-8237 or TRUMAN LIBRARY INSTITUTE | 2010 ANNUAL REPORT


Education Programs PROGRAMS THAT CHANGE LIVES The Truman Library Institute is committed to helping schools prepare youth for a lifetime of active and informed citizenship. Recent studies show that students are failing to grasp the significance of people, places and events in history. The education programs and resources offered by the Truman Library Institute seek to significantly raise the level of student achievement in this vital area of study, and to support teachers’ mastery of their subject areas with access to leading scholars, primary source materials, and best practices in teaching. The Truman Library Institute offers education programs that inspire young people to seek lives of engaged service and purpose, as modeled by America’s 33rd President.

Education programs and conferences were made possible, through the generosity of: CPS Foundation, Francis Family Foundation, Arvin Gottlieb Foundation, Edward G. and Evelyn E. Mader Foundation, Marny and John Sherman, and the Ten Ten Foundation.



STUDENT OUTREACH The White House Decision Center During FY2010, 5,230 students and 308 adults stepped into a recreation D of The West Wing and into the shoes of President Truman, his cabinet o members, advisers, and members of the media. Praised by The New York m Times as a model for all presidential libraries, the White House Decision Center (WHDC) is the Truman Library’s flagship education program. Designed as a hands-on history lab, the WHDC strengthens student and adult skills in information gathering and analysis, problem solving, decisions making, leadership, and communication, while deepening knowledge of history and government. Participants must make one of four decisions Truman faced while president: Ending the War Against Japan, The Berlin Airlift, Desegregating the U.S. Armed Forces or The Outbreak of the Korean War. (Grades 8-12)

MUSEUM TOURS More than 9,224 students participated in the museum tour program during the 2009-2010 academic year. Many of the students visited the museum and received docent-led tours on scholarships from the Truman Library Institute thanks to generous support from members and “The Bus Stops Here” Field Trip Grant Program underwriters. (Grades K-12) TRUMAN FOOTLOCKER 3,543 students experienced the Truman Footlocker, a popular, handson classroom resource filled with replicas of Truman-related artifacts, documents and photographs. (Grades K-12) NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 411 students competed in the regional competition of the National History Day Contest at the Truman Library on March 13, 2010. This year’s theme was “Innovation in History.” One of the regional contestants, Patrick Lawhon of Kansas City, Mo., took first place at the finals for his entry, “The Box That Made the World Smaller.” (Grades 6-12) PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA CONTEST The trivia contest was held October 18, 2010 at the Truman Library with 50 participants from Kansas and Missouri private, parochial, public and home schools. Format consisted of groups of up to six students from each school participating in teams. They answered 50 questions using five themes related to the topic. A “host” from the Library asked the questions. The 2010 contest topic was “War & Peace: The United States & International Relations.” (Grades 9-12)



Education Programs Continued

TEACHER INSTITUTES AND OUTREACH Summer Institute - America at War: 1950-2010 July 12-16, 2010 Educators from across the nation attended the seventh annual Summer Teachers Institute at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. Focused on the theme, America at War: 1950-2010, teachers had the opportunity to hear scholars from around the nation discuss the 60th anniversary of the Korean War and its legacy, the latest research on topics such as the Vietnam War, the Iran hostage crisis, the end of the Cold War and present day conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. At the conclusion of this intensive week-long program, educators created lesson plans and teaching materials based on the presentations. These lesson plans are now accessible to all teachers at National History Day Workshop for Educators October 30, 2010 The Truman Library’s education team helped prepare area teachers to inspire and guide student participation in the National History Day Contest.

“This was a fantastic opportunity to push myself professionally. I gained knowledge and resources that I can immediately implement in my classroom.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS Conferences/Teacher In-services: The Truman Library and Truman Library Institute’s education staff are frequently invited to present programs on Truman era history and the teaching of social studies. Curriculum Kits: Packaged curricula, ready for classroom use, offer secondary educators interactive learning modules on the Cold War, Presidential Decision-Making, and WWII. Video Loaning Library: More than 120 unique videos on Truman, WWI, WWII, the Cold War, and the Truman era are available to educators at no charge. Teacher Talk: A newsletter featuring education news and resources delivered to 9,000 educators, free of charge. 20


Education Programs Continued

“THE BUS STOPS HERE” FIELD TRIP GRANT PROGRAM The recent economic downturn has decimated local school districts’ budgets, which in turn has dramatically diminished teachers’ abilities to take their classes on enlightening field trips to local cultural and history-based organizations. The Truman Library experienced this unfortunate trend during the fall of 2008. In response, the Truman Library Institute decided to underwrite the participation costs of our two core programs guided Museum tours and the White House Decision Center - for any school that wanted to come to the Truman Library, but could not because of funding issues. We are pleased to report that this program has reversed the declining student participation in our programs. Thanks to the support of a group of generous underwriters, “The Bus Stops Here” Field Trip Grant Program provided the funds necessary for 3,310 students to visit the Truman Library during the 2009-2010 school year. None of these students would have been able to experience the wonderful resources of the Truman Library without this new scholarship program. “The Bus Stops Here” Program is funded, in part, by: CPS Foundation, Francis Family Foundation, Arvin Gottlieb Foundation, Edward G. and Evelyn E. Mader Foundation, Marny and John Sherman, and the Ten Ten Foundation. For additional information about any of the Truman Library Institute’s educational programs contact Mark Adams, Education Director, at (816) 268-8236 or



Research Grants & Awards Since it first opened its Research Room in 1959, the Truman Library has welcomed nearly 14,000 historians, writers and scholars from 40 nations and nearly every state in the Union. The Truman Library Institute is proud of the strong role it has played supporting scholarly research throughout its fifty-three year history. The rich scholarship that exists regarding one of America’s greatest Presidents can surely be attributed to the cumulative $2.3 million the Truman Library Institute had provided to scholars and researchers via Research Grants, Dissertation Fellowships, and the biennial Scholar’s Award and Truman Book Award.

RESEARCH GRANTS Ryan M. Alexander, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Arizona Fortunate Sons of the Revolution: The Alemán Generation and Mexican Politics after World War II Christopher Bordelon, Doctoral Candidate in History, Brandeis University Trading Down: The Domestic Politics of American Foreign Trade since the 1930s Rebecca Cutler, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Pennsylvania American Jews and the Transnational Politics of Medicine During the Truman Years Pablo Del Hierro, Masters Thesis in History, European University Institute, Italy Spanish-Italian Relations in the Framework of the Cold War, 1943-1957 Katherine Ellison, Doctoral Candidate in History, Central Michigan University The Structure of Power: Origins of the Imperial Presidency and the Framework for Executive Power, 1941-1954 Daniel Fazio, Doctoral Candidate in American Studies, Flinders University, Australia U.S.-Australian Relations, Korea and the Korean War, 1947-1954 Henry D. Fetter, Lawyer and Independent Scholar, Los Angeles, California President Truman and United States Policy Towards Israel after May 14, 1948 Marc S. Gallicchio, Professor of History, Villanova University Rethinking the End of the Pacific War: Conservatives, New Dealers, and the Politics of Unconditional Surrender Justin Hart, Assistant Professor of History, Texas Tech University Total War Means Total Effort: The Forgotten Debate over Universal Military Training Andrew Johns, Assistant Professor of History, Brigham Young University In the Eye of the Storm: John Sherman Cooper and the Cold War, 1946-1976 Lawrence S. Kaplan, Professorial Lecturer, History Department, Georgetown University NATO Before Korea Inhan Kim, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Politics, University of Virginia at Charlottesville Military Occupation and Economic Reforms for Democracy Samuel M. Kleiner, Masters Philosophy in International Relations, University of Oxford, United Kingdom Between the Constitution and the Charter: Legal Dimensions of Truman’s Decision-Making at the Outbreak of the Korean War Annah A. Korpi, Masters Thesis, Ohio University Fleur Fenton and the Famine Emergency Committee David P. Levitus, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Southern California Social Democracy Divided: The Contradictions of the Left-Liberal Politics on Metropolitan Los Angeles and New York, 1930-1960 Chen Li, Doctoral Candidate, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom U.S.-China Military Cooperation From Burma Campaigns to Chinese Civil War in Manchuria and Implication on the Korean War Stefano Luconi, Adjunct Professor of North America and U.S. History, University of Padua, Italy Italian Americans, and the Politics of the McCarran-Walter Act: A Transnational Struggle against U.S. Immigration Restriction Steve Marsh, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Politics Department, Cardiff University, United Kingdom Discursive (co-) Construction of a ‘Special’ Anglo-American Relationship: The Formative Years, 1945-1952



Research Grants and Awards Continued William Mountz, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Missouri at Columbia Before the Crisis: U.S. Foreign Relations with the Congo, 1941-1961 Christopher Parkes, Doctoral Candidate in International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom “The Welles of Loneliness” Sexuality, Scandal, and the State Department, 1920-1950 Eric P. Roorda, Professor of History and Political Science, Bellarmine University The Dictator’s Dilemma: U.S. Cold War Policy and the Trujillo Regime in the Dominican Republic, 1946-1961 Erica Sheen, Lecturer and Chair of the Board of Studies, University of York, United Kingdom Cold War Lives Jon E. Taylor, Assistant Professor of History, University of Central Missouri Senator Truman and the Emergence of a New Democratic Party Fatih Tokatli, Doctoral Candidate in U.S. History, Bilkent University, Turkey Turkish-American Military Cooperation and Transformation of Turkish Military, 1947-1964 Nicholas Van Zandt, Doctoral Candidate in Political Science, University of Reading, United Kingdom Making Middle East Foreign Policy: Intelligence, Politics and the National Security Council from 1948-1986 Timea Veresova, Doctor of Philosophy, historian and researcher, Research Centre of the University of Prešov, Slovakia The Czechoslovak-Hungarian Population Exchange from the Standpoint of the Truman Administration Irene Vrinte, Doctoral Candidate in History, Cornell University Between Colonialism and Cold War: Dutch-American Relations and the Indonesian Struggle for Independence, 1945-1949 Jonathan Wise, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Exeter, United Kingdom An Examination of the Association Between the Royal Navy and La Armada de Chile, 1927-1967 Maarten Zwiers, Doctoral Candidate in Contemporary History, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Between Party and Principle: James Eastland, the Democratic Tradition, and the SouthernWay of Life

DISSERTATION YEAR FELLOWSHIPS Sam Lebovic, Doctoral Candidate in History, University of Chicago Toward the Cold War Public Sphere: Freedom of Information, Press Politics and American Democracy in an Age of Totalitarianism, 1930-1950 Robin Markwica, Doctoral Candidate in International Relations, Oxford University, United Kingdom The Role of Prestige, Honor, and Pride in U.S. Foreign Policy

SCHOLAR’S AWARD Jason Parker Assistant of Professor of History, Texas A&M University The Contest: Hearts, Minds, U.S. Public Diplomacy and the Creation of the Third World

HARRY S. TRUMAN BOOK AWARD Steven Casey Senior Lecturer International History Department London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Selling the KoreanWar: Propaganda, Politics, and Public Opinion in the United States, 1950-1953 (Oxford University Press, 2008) Left: Truman Book Award committee members, R. Crosby Kemper, III and Jeffrey Gall present Steven Casey with a $2,500 check.



Friends and Members

Friends and members of the Truman Library Institute were treated to special programs and exclusive access in 2010, including a private reception with Bennett Forum panelists, the third annual Honorary Fellows Night at the Truman Library, the Presidential Wreath Laying Ceremony on May 8, the Korean War Veterans Appreciation Ceremony with special guest General David Petraeus, and a book release event featuring Clifton Truman Daniel and David Acheson.










1: Colleen Foudree and Herb Kohn at Wild About Harry 2: Sarah McMullen and Larry McMullen with General David Petraeus 3: Dan and Barbara Weary, Shawsie Branton, and Beth Smith at the Truman and Acheson book event 4: Randy and Cathy Hedlund, Alison and Eric Jager, Paget Higgins, Cathy and Mike Schultz at Wild About Harry 5: Ray Geselbracht and Bruce Reed at the Truman and Acheson book event 6: The Institute hosted Country Club Trust Company for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Truman Library 7: Honorary Fellow members taking part in the annual Presidential Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Truman Library 8: Jeanne and Larry Gates with the Institute’s Executive Director, Alex Burden, at the Bennett Forum on the Presidency 9: Bob Litan and Carl Schramm with General Petraeus



Supporting the Mission MEMBERSHIPS Honorary Fellows* Beginning at just $35, Honorary Fellow memberships offer extraordinary benefits, including unlimited free admission to the Truman Library and all participating presidential libraries, discounts in the Museum Store, VIP access to the annual Presidential Wreath Laying Ceremony, and exclusive invitations to special events throughout the year – including the annual Honorary Fellows Night at the Truman Library. Buck Stops Here Society* Premier memberships start at $1,000. Benefits include invitations to exhibit openings and exclusive travel opportunities, private behind-the-scenes tours of the Truman Library’s archives and collections areas, complimentary tickets to the annual Bennett Forum on the Presidency, additional Museum passes for associates, clients and friends, plus all Honorary Fellows benefits. WILD ABOUT HARRY* The Truman Library Institute’s annual fundraising dinner provides vital support for the educational programs offered at the Truman Library. Individual tickets are available for $150 each with sponsorship packages starting at $1,000. SPONSORSHIPS AND UNDERWRITING The Truman Library Institute offers individuals, foundations and corporations a variety of ways to meet their philanthropic goals throughout the year. Educational programs, museum exhibitions, and special public events are just a few of the program options available at the Truman Library that can provide significant promotional recognition, both regionally and nationally. To discuss the various sponsorship, underwriting and endowment gift options, contact Alex Burden, Executive Director, at (816) 268-8243.

ANNUAL CUMULATIVE GIVING SOCIETY* Donors whose annual gifts (Oct. 1 - Sept. 30) to the Buck Stops Here Society and Wild About Harry cumulatively meet or exceed $10,000 are invited into the President’s Inner Circle, where benefits include an exclusive invitation to the annual President’s Inner Circle Dinner/Reception, premier recognition in publications, preferred seating at ticketed Truman Library Institute events, and more. EMPLOYER MATCHING GIFTS* Many companies will double (or sometimes triple) the value of their employees’ charitable gifts. To find out if your company participates, please contact your human resources office. TRIBUTE GIFTS* Gifts made in honor or in memory of a loved one are recognized in the Truman Library Institute’s annual report; recipients receive notification of your thoughtfulness. TRUMAN LEGACY SOCIETY The Truman Legacy Society recognizes and honors those generous individuals who have provided for the future of President Truman’s library and museum by including the Truman Library Institute in their estate plans. In addition to helping ensure that the Institute continues to fulfill President Truman’s wishes for his library, Legacy Society members become closely connected to the Truman Library in meaningful ways. There are a number of planned giving opportunities – including the Presidential Gift Annuity – which can be tailored to meet your specific financial and estate planning needs. Please call Alex Burden, Executive Director, to discuss planned gift options or to let us know if you have already named the Truman Library Institute in your will or estate plan.

*To receive additional information about any of these programs, call Kim Rausch, Director of Development, at (816) 268-8237 or e-mail TRUMAN LIBRARY INSTITUTE | 2010 ANNUAL REPORT


Volunteers and Interns Volunteers

Volunteers play an integral part in the success of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. In FY2010, 106 volunteers contributed 6,589 hours of service in virtually every department – from education to archives, museum docent to marketing support. The following volunteers served the Truman Library in FY2010 (October 1, 2009 - September 30, 2010): Karen Berry Betty Blatt Paulena Blaylock Loren Boline Harlan Brockman Don Brown Bob Buhr Donna Burgess Jim Cable Doris Caster Alice & John Chapman Steve Chase Myrle & Jack Chastain Jolene Clark Sandra Colyer Cheryl Compton

Amy Crossley Harry Daffer Nell Danner † Judy Dingler Ron Doering Frances Duncan Marjorie Durkee Christina Golding Leslie Hagensen JoAnn Hatch Jim Howk Dolores Hunter Ruby James Deborah Keating Mary Keerns Lani Kirsch

Jo Kleinman Linda Kobe Joan Kolich Kathy Lee Beverly Lindsey Dena Love Virginia Maglich Janeal Matheson Doris McCartney Jean & Cliff McCormick JoAnn McInnes Joan & Tim Meng Bill Naylor Pat Nickle Katherine Novak Ric Nyman

Sara Nyman Curt Oldroyd Jack Perne Mildred Polc Bob Potter Carolyn Reece Sharon Safley Tom Scheckel Barb Schmitt Jamie Schwarz Karen Sebby Larry Sebby Tommye Sexton Brian Smith Don Smith Pat Spillman

Bill Strautman Judy Sturgess Mike Summers Bob Tobia Christl Webster Arlene & Karl Welch Rita White Eileen Wilcox Judy Williams Joann & Bob Wilson

Paul Winans

1,000 Club Members The following volunteers have contributed a minimum of 1,000 hours of service. Congratulations to these dedicated members of the 1,000 Club. Harlan Brockman * Don Brown John Chapman * Steve Chase Amy Crossley

Harry Daffer * Nell Danner † Ron Doering Frances Duncan Joann Hatch

Dolores Hunter Mary Keerns Jo Kleinman Kathy Lee Doris McCartney

Bill Naylor Jack Perne Mildred Polc Carolyn Reece Don Smith

Arlene Welch Karl Welch Bob Wilson Joann Wilson

* Indicates 1000 hours benchmark achieved in FY10

Internship Program With support from the Truman Library Institute, the Truman Library’s internship program offers distinguished experience to students working toward careers as archivists, historians and museum administrators. Sara Jane Bever-Chritton Sara Borneman Emily Cain

Claire Jerry Valerie Lazalier Kaedi Love

Samantha O’Dell Brian Smith Natalie Wiseman † Deceased



Financial Overview TRUMAN LIBRARY INSTITUTE ACHIEVES FOUR STARS The Truman Library Institute is pleased to report that it has received a coveted four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent charity evaluator. Charity Navigator examined two broad areas of the Institute’s financial health – 1.) how responsibly we function day-to-day, and 2.) how well positioned the Institute is to sustain its programs over time. After their comprehensive evaluation was complete, the Institute was awarded with their top overall rating of excellent.

FY2010 REVENUES & CONTRIBUTIONS $864,152 Contributions Includes: corporate, foundation and individual giving, endowment, bequests, grants and sponsorships

$172,577 Investment Income $108,098 Entrepreneurial Ventures Includes public and education program revenues

$1,287 Misc Other

TOTAL $1,146,114.00 EXPENSES $822,164 Programs, Exhibitions, Education & Outreach 62%


15% 62%

$303,137 Fundraising 23%

$204,751 Administration 15%

TOTAL $1,330,052

* The Truman Library Institute utilizes the cash basis of accounting in which cash receipts and cash payments are recorded during the period in which they occur.



Communications Whistle Stop Newsletter: Produced and distributed 2,700 quarterly newsletters to members and investors. Truman Library Institute E-News Distribution: Produced and distributed frequent e-mail updates to over 7,401 contacts. Teacher E-Talk Newsletter: The Truman Library Institute produced E-newsletters with upcoming events and important information on programming for over 5,700 teachers. Social Media: • Facebook- Find our page on “Truman Library Institute” (208 Fans) Fan base from US, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Ukraine and South Africa

Twitter - The Truman Library Institute recently joined Twitter, to follow search “TrumanLibInst”.

YouTube Videos: • The Man, The Museum, The Mission (300 views) • Memories of War (280 views)

Loves Truman KOREA60 Commemoration Broadcast on C-SPAN3 July 17, 2010.

CIA Document Release of Korean War Intelligence

Broadcast on C-SPAN3 July 17, 2010.

Selling the Korean War:

Bennett Forum on the Presidency

Propaganda, Politics & Public Opinion

Presidents at War: Korea to Afghanistan

Broadcast on C-SPAN3 October 23, 2010.


Broadcast on C-SPAN3 December 12, 2010.


CIA Korean War Secret Documents Broadcast on C-SPAN3 July 25, 2010.


We thank all of those who contributed generously during FY2010. Contributions to the Harry S. Truman Library Institute help fulfill President Truman’s wish that his library become a place where students and adults alike can learn about history, the presidency, and civic responsibility. Listed below are gifts received between October 1, 2009, and September 30, 2010. (We apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact Kim Rausch at (816)268-8237 or with any corrections.)

BUCK STOPS HERE SOCIETY The Buck Stops Here Society is the premier membership program of the Truman Library Institute. Heads of State Anonymous Mary and Alan Atterbury DST Systems, Inc. Mary and John Hunkeler Jean and Tom McDonnell Jeanne and Charlie Sosland Cabinet Members Centerpoint Medical Center Susie and Bob Evans Dottie and Milton Kayle Roger Novak J. B. Reynolds Foundation Gloria Schusterman Beth Smith Betsey and Rick Solberg West Wing Council Kirk Carpenter Commerce Bank Betty and Richard C.†Crumpton Jill and Marshall Dean Kansas City Power & Light Nancy and Herb Kohn Barbara and Allen Lefko

Barbara and Bill Nelson Estelle and Morton Sosland UMB Bank, N.A. Margie and Keith Weber Cheryl and Bernard Williams Presidential Aides George K. Baum Foundation Eliot Berkley Harvey Bodker Mary Shaw Branton Joni and Thornton Cooke, II Copaken Family Foundation Defamco, LP Nancy and John Dillingham Ruth and Hugh Evans Sandra and Greg Galvin Jeanne and Larry Gates June and Sam Hamra Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Fdtn. Connie and Harry Jonas Joyce and Donald Rumsfeld Foundation Kathleen and Dick Kirkendall Pamela and Louis LaMarra Robert P. Lyons Patricia and Michael Manners

George Manos Joan and Alan Marsh Molly McGee Jill and Tom McGee, Jr. Susan and John McMeel Larry McMullen Charina Foundation, Inc. Janet and Marshall Miller Jeannette Nichols James B. Nutter, Sr. Cappy and Peter Powell Page and Bruce Reed Miriam and Daniel Scharf Susan and Charles Spaulding, III Rose Stolowy Sylvia and James Symington Tawani Foundation Jean and Don Wagner Maurice Watson Helen and Frank Wewers Kelly Woestman Ellen and Jerry Wolf Sally Wood


Are you interested in making your annual gift to the Truman Library Institute go further? Many companies offer gift matching programs. If your company is eligible, request a matching gift form from your employer, and send it completed and signed with your gift. We will do the rest. The impact of your gift to the Truman Library Institute may be doubled or possibly tripled! Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. The Truman Library Institute would like to acknowledge the following corporations that have encouraged philanthropic generosity by their employees by offering matching funds for charitable contributions.

Bank of America Matching Gifts Program H & R Block Foundation DST Systems, Inc GE Matching Gifts Program Hall Family Foundation

Kansas City Power & Light Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation The Sosland Foundation The Spectra Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program



DONOR HONOR ROLL $50,000 to $99,999 GKCCF William T. Kemper Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sherman Ten Ten Foundation * $25,000 to $49,999 DST Systems, Inc. * Courtney S. Turner Charitable Trust Veterans of Foreign Wars $10,000 to $24,999 Americo Life, Incorporated * Anonymous * Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Atterbury * J. E. Dunn Construction Company * Edward G. and Kathryn E. Mader Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Evans * Arvin Gottlieb Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall, Sr. * Dr. and Mrs. John D. Hunkeler * Inergy * Jewish Community Foundation of GKC Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Johnston The McDonnell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McDonnell * Mr. and Mrs. Landon H. Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Sosland * The Sosland Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wagner $5,000 to $9,999 Andrews McMeel Universal Fdtn. Atterbury Family Foundation Bank of America BlueCross BlueShield of Kansas City Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Bruening W. P. Carey Foundation Mr. Kirk W. Carpenter Centerpoint Medical Center CGSC Foundation, Inc. Commerce Bank of Kansas City Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Dean, Jr. Francis Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Darrell E. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. David Immenschuh/BNIM Kansas City Power & Light Kansas City Southern Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Milton P. Kayle

The Government of the Republic of Korea Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Lefko National Endowment for the Humanities Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nelson Mr. Roger A. Novak James B. Nutter & Company Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Powell J. B. Reynolds Foundation Mrs. Elizabeth T. Solberg Spaulding Family Foundation Waddell & Reed $3,000 to $4,999 Mr. Harvey S. Bodker Mrs. Mary Shaw Branton Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buchbinder Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dillingham Husch Blackwell LLP Kansas City Chiefs Isaac and Minnie Katz Foundation Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Kohn Lockton Companies Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McGee, Jr. Mr. Larry L. McMullen University of Missouri at Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pack Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Sosland UMB Bank, N.A. Mr. and Mrs. A. Keith Weber Mr. and Mrs. Clyde F. Wendel Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Williams Mrs. Thomas J. Wood, Jr. $1000 to $2999 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ascher Association of Former Intelligence Officers Ins. ATK Lake City Ammunition George K. Baum Foundation Dr. Eliot S. Berkley H & R Block Foundation Bryan Cave, LLP Charina Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Cooke, II Copaken Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Copaken Country Club Bank Mr. and Mrs. Dean Davison

* Indicates members of the “President’s Inner Circle” cumulative giving society



Defamco, LP Mrs. Ann Dickinson Gary Dickinson Family Charitable Foundation Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Co. Fidelity Security Life Ins. Co Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Foudree Mr. Norman E. Fretwell Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gates Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hall, Jr. Hall Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Hamra Dr. Susan M. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall Hedlund Mr. and Mrs. Martyn Howgill Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Harry S. Jonas Joyce and Donald Rumsfeld Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Kirkendall Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Mackle, Jr. Judge and Mrs. Michael W. Manners Mr. George Manos Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Marsh Mrs. Barbara Hall Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Ken McClain Ms. Molly A. McGee Dr. Nancy Newhouse and Dr. Paul McGraw Mr. and Mrs. John P. McMeel Ms. Mary Kay McPhee and Mr. William E. Pfeiffer Ms. Elaine P. Meitus Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Menschel Mr. and Mrs. Marshall V. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jerome S. Nerman Mrs. Jeannette Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Norman Polsky Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas K. Powell Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Scharf Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Spaulding, III The STAKE Foundation Mrs. Sol Stolowy Swiss RE The Hon. and Mrs. James W. Symington Tawani Foundation Truman Heartland Community Fdn. Mr. Maurice A. Watson Dr. Kelly A. Woestman Mr. and Mrs. Jerome T. Wolf

Donor Honor Roll Continued $500 to $999 Ms. Suzanne E. Allen Mr. and Mrs. William J. Amend Ms. Sara Deubner and Dr. Linton T. Bayless Mr. and Mrs. David H. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Brown Mr. Edward S. Chandler, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Curtis Mr. Kent Egy Mr. and Mrs. Ron Eiman FC Industries, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Gattermeir Miss Hortense Greenley Shirley and Barnett Helzberg Fdtn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kort Mitchell Capital Management Company Dr. and Mrs. Dale A. Neuman Dr. and Mrs. Donald Potts Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Smith Universal Asset Management, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Welling $250 to $499 Mr. and Mrs. Travis M. Adams Ameristar Casinos Mr. Bob Carlson and Ms. Kathryn Ashenbrenner Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Atlas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Beal Mrs. June Beaver Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Brown Mrs. Ina J. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. George Buchman Mr. and Mrs. Alex Burden Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Carter The Hon. and Mrs. Harold L. Caskey Mr. Stephen B. Chick Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coble Dr. and Mrs. David Cooley Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Costello Mrs. Richard W. Couper CPS Foundation Mrs. Betty J. Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Rudy De Leon Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. David P. Fidler Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Fischbach Mrs. Florence M. Fordemwalt Mr. and Mrs. David Gaebler Ms. Sara E. Groves and Mr. Robert D. Firnhaber

Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Hackman Mr. John C. Henshaw Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Higgins, III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holzbaur Mr. and Mrs. Lynn C. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Howe Dr. and Mrs. Larry S. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Jager Mr. Geoffrey Jolley Mr. and Mrs. George E. Kapke Mr. and Mrs. John Kimak Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knopke Mr. and Mrs. Mark Koontz Korean American Society Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kraner Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lanard Mr. Richard M. Levin Mr. and Mrs. Drew Loboda Mr. David Lonie Mr. and Mrs. George B. Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Mandelbaum Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Mauro, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Mayta Mr. Dennis Taylor and Dr. Bridget McCandless Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Melcher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mentzer Dr. and Mrs. James E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. George Moeller Ms. Melanie R. Moentmann Mrs. Virginia J. Nadeau Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. David O'Hagan Ms. Becky Blades and Mr. Cary Phillips The Pulse Legal Publications The Honorable and Mrs. James R. Reinhard Mr. and Mrs. David N. Revier Ms. Mary H. Roe Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Ronan, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David L. Sallee Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Scallions Mr. and Mrs. Jason Scallions Mr. Jonathan J. Seagle Dr. Arlene E. Segal Mr. and Mrs. Boris Stephen Stepp & Rothwell, Inc. Ambassador William J. Vanden Heuvel Drs. Thomas and Lisa Vansaghi Ms. Carol Curtis and Mr. Edward B. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Weeks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Weir

Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Woods Mr. Robert S. Thompson and Dr. Mary M. Wurtz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeldin $100 to $249 Mr. H. W. Abplanalp Mr. Byron T. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Adams Ms. Kathie L. Allison Dr. Carol Anderson Mr. and Mrs. David W. Anderson Ms. E. Vernice Anderson Dr. Linnea M. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Rod Anderson Mrs. C. J. Anderton Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Atha, Jr. Mrs. Gerald D. Aurbach Mr. and Mrs. Richard Banes Bank of Prairie Village Mr. and Mrs. Clay R. Bauske Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Benson Mr. and Mrs. Bryan B. Berlin Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Bier Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Bliss Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Bock Mrs. Elinor Borenstine Dr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Borman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Boudreau Ms. Sherrie L. Brady Mrs. Lewis J. Bratt Mr. Rodger L. Brough Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William H. Burden, Jr. Ms. Donna Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Riley L. Burrus Mr. and Mrs. Julian D. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cable Dr. Elwyn L. Cady, Jr. Mr. Jerry F. Caligiuri Dr. and Mrs. Robin R. Canterbury Mr. Louis Capozi Brig. General and Mrs. Jack L. Capps The Hon. Joe Pierron and Dr. Diana Carlin Pierron Mr. Earl K. Cavanah Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Chase Ms. Patricia Chasnoff Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Chiles Dr. Anna Cienciala Mr. Greg Cusack and Mr. Robert L. Claassen



Donor Honor Roll Continued Mr. Earl P. Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cohn Mrs. Roberta Coker Mr. Peter Coniglio Mr. and Mrs. Frank Correl Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Crimmins Mr. and Mrs. Darrell A. Cross Mr. and Mrs. William H. Danforth Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dannhauser Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davison Mr. and Mrs. Larry Delmont Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas E. DeNigris Mr. Larry O. Denny Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Devine Mrs. Frances Dillingham Mr. Michael B. Downey Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Downing The Hon. and Mrs. Michael S. Dukakis Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dunn, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert T. Edwards Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Edwards Mr. Mark Eggert Mr. and Mrs. George L. Eib Mr. George M. Elsey Mr. Robert L. Engel Ms. Marcia Rodgers and Mr. Steve Everly Dr. and Mrs. Michael Fedotin Mr. and Mrs. David E. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferro Mr. Roderick W. Fletcher Mr. Don W. Fligge Dr. and Mrs. Barry L. Flinchbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Don Foley Mr. and Mrs. Dana Forrester Mr. Jeffrey M. Fortier Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Franklin Mr. James Franklin The Hon. and Mrs. Jack E. Gant Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Gibson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ginsburg Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Goldsmith Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goldstein Ms. Catherine F. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gourley Dr. and Mrs. Henry F. Graff Commissioner Ronald Gravino Ms. Melissa Green Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Greim Mr. and Mrs. Ruvane E. Grossman


Dr. and Mrs. Alonzo L. Hamby Dr. Mack Harnden Mrs. Jane E. Hartnett Mr. Thomas D. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Haynes Dr. Mary Ann Heiss Dr. and Mrs. Richard Hellman Mr. John F. Herbst, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N. Hess Mr. Albert A. Owen and Ms. Juarenne Hester Mr. Harry G. Himmelstein Mrs. Edgar G. Hinde Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hitchborn Michael Hockley Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Hogarty Mr. Richard G. Hollow Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Hudson Mrs. Edileen A. Ireland Mrs. Ann Jacobson Dr. and Mrs. William H. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. David F. Jensen Jewish Federation - GKC Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Johns Ms. Wendy Frieman and Dr. David E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Johnson Mrs. Judith C. Johnson Dr. Niel M. Johnson Mr. Stephen B. Johnson Ms. Susan Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Ward A. Katz Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Kennedy Mr. John L. Kerr Ms. Kyunghyang Park and Mr. Byong Moon Kim Dr. Robert E. Kleiger Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kleinman Mr. and Mrs. John P. Knable, II Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Konort Dr. and Mrs. Burnell Landers The Hon. Donald H. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Orville M. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Latare Mr. Tom Lawler Dr. and Mrs. Bryan F. LeBeau Mrs. William Levi Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levitan Mr. John Lewis Dr. Malcolm E. Linville, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Byrne Litschgi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. MacAvoy


Ms. Pam Maher Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Marder Mr. and Mrs. Ross P. Marine Ms. Joanna M. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John T. Massman Ms. Dee Mathews Mr. and Mrs. William J. McDonald Mrs. Anne McGee Mrs. Joseph J. McGee, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. McNabb, Jr. Ms. Susan Medler and Mr. Roger Oyster Mr. and Mrs. Jay Menitove Ms. Kay Menzel Mr. Robert E. Meyerhoff Colonel Paul L. Miles Ms. Nancy Milgram Mr. and Mrs. John M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Mills Rev. Wilson D. Miscamble Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Mnookin Mr. and Mrs. Elton M. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Morgan Mr. Richard J. Mosko Mr. James Murie Dr. and Mrs. Mark C. Myron The Honorable Gerard S. Naples Mr. and Mrs. Bill J. Naylor Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Neuse Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Nickle Mr. Richard Nightingale Ms. Laura D. Nolte Mr. and Mrs. Ole Nygren Ms. Karen DeLuccie and Mr. Joseph F. O'Hara Mr. and Mrs. Bjorn E. Olsson Ms. Phyllis Oswald Dr. Lillian G. Pardo and Dr. Manuel P. Pardo Mrs. Patricia A. Parr Mr. Muhamed Pasha Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Perelson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry Mr. William R. Piper Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Pistilli Ms. Donna Pittman Dr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Poch Ms. Barbara M. Posadas Mr. Douglas R. Price Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Pyster Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Quint Ms. Stephanie Reed Mr. Thomas P. Richter Mrs. Marilyn P. Rinker Ms. Mildred W. Roesler-Ryan

Donor Honor Roll Continued Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Rothschild Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Rubel Mr. Ernest Rubenstein RubinBrown Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Rushing The Hon. Howard F. Sachs Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Salter Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sanders Ms. Marilyn Schade Mr. Rudolf R. Scheffrahn Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Schnare Mr. Jim Schroeder and The Hon. Patricia S. Schroeder Mrs. Kate Schuler Mr. and Mrs. Ken Schumacher Ms. Cynthia Schwab Mr. John A. Scully Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Sebby Mrs. Elizabeth Seippel Mr. Thomas Sellmeyer Mr. Christopher Senior Mr. and Mrs. Stan Shank Ms. Opal L. Winebrenner and Mr. Michael Shields Mr. David A. Shipp Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert J. Shippee, Sr. Ms. Marilyn E. Siegel Mrs. Merna Siegler Ms. Margaret A. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Simon The Hon. and Mrs. Alan K. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. James R. Slater Mr. and Mrs. Dennis V. Smith Dr. Harold I. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Abraham D. Sofaer Dr. and Mrs. David H. Solomon Solomon Family Trust Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Sowers Dr. and Mrs. Wilber B. Spalding, Jr. The Spectra Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program Mr. Michael D. Stackpoole Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Stern Mr. William T. Stewart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Stratton Mrs. Karen Kirtley Stubbs Mr. Paul K. Stuewe and Ms. Beth Wasson Dean and Mrs. Al Sullivan Ms. Lisa A. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. H. Kenneth Swearingen Mr. Marvin S. Szneler Mr. Robert Thompson

Mr. Stephen H. Timmons Toledo Federation of Teachers Local 250 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Triplett Representative Christel H. Truglia Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Truman Mr. and Mrs. William M. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Turrentine Mrs. Patricia Uhlmann Mr. and Mrs. Grant T. Van Duzee Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas M. Veeter USMC, Ret. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Vogt, Jr. Ms. Rosemarie Vohsen Mr. and Mrs. John J. Waldron, III Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Weary Mr. John E. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Karl W. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Wertz Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Westhoff Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Whitcomb Mr. and Mrs. James M. Whitworth, Jr. The Hon. and Mrs. John Wildenthal Mr. and Mrs. Blair Wildermuth Professor Caroline H. Wilkins Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Williams Mr. Gregg Williams Mrs. Lillie B. Williams SP5 and Mrs. Aubrey E. Williamson, Jr. Mr. James G. Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woolrich Mr. and Mrs. Harry D.Young $99 or less Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Aaron, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Adamo, Jr. Ms. Joan Alders Mr. and Mrs. John E. Alldredge Mr. and Mrs. Francis Amoroso Mr. and Mrs. Ira Anders Mr. Donald D. Anderson Mr. Lloyd F. Anderson Ms. Lorna Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Shawn M. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Andres Mr. William T. Anton, III Dr. and Mrs. Gary Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ashton Dr. and Mrs. James D. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Aylward Mr. and Mrs. Marlow S. Baar Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bacic Dr. B. Joyce Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bailey

Mr. Brian Bailey Mr. and Mrs. David E. Balducchi Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Balka Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bardsley Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Barewin Mr. and Mrs. Bryant P. Barnes Mr. Jack Barry Mr. Robert Barry Dr. and Mrs. Harold F. Bass, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Bastin Mr. Robert S. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Batts Ms. Joan E. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. Baum Dr. and Mrs. Charles Becker Mr. Carl A. Behnke Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Beikman Mr. and Mrs. Bert Benjamin Dr. Ernest L. Bergman Mr. and Mrs. William S. Berkley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. George L. Berlacher Mr. Charles M. Berlau Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Bertoncin Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Bettlach Mr. and Mrs. C. Glenn Betts Mr. Alan Black Mr. and Mrs. David Blanchard Ms. Betty D. Blatt Mr. and Mrs. Larry N. Blick Ms. Colleen Boeding Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bogacz Ms. Rita Borchers Mr. and Mrs. James Borthwick Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Bova Ms. Diana K. Boylls Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brady Mrs. and Mr. Dan Brant Mr. Douglas M. Brattebo Dr. Walter Brayman Dr. W. Robert Brazelton Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bresette Mr. Walter C. Bridgewater Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bright Mr. Harlan E. Brockman Mrs. Ellen Broderick Dr. Mark J. Brodkey Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Brooks, Jr. Mrs. Betty M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown Mr. Dallas E. Brown, Jr.



Donor Honor Roll Continued Mr. and Mrs. David Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Randy C. Brown Judge Wesley E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bruner, Jr. Mr. Jeffrey Bruns Mr. John Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bryant Mrs. Sally N. Bueno Mr. Lon Bumgarner Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Burks Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Burnup Mrs. Beulah J. Burrus Dr. and Mrs. V. Frederick Burry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buser Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cable Ms. Shirley P. Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. James C. Callinan Drs. Greta and Marvin Camel Ms. Sandy Campbell Ms. Sharon Campbell Ms. Paula Shipper and Mr. Steven Campbell Dr. Dominic J. Capeci Mr. Daniel J. Carden Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carey Ms. Judith Ann Carey Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Carrozzo Ms. Chelsea Cassell Mr. and Mrs. Jim W. Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cerveny Mr. Wayne Chaney Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Childs Mr. Leo M. Chop Mr. Mark E. Chop Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Christenson Mrs. Irene A. Christiansen Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen Christman Coach Jeff Chronister Mr. Terry L. Chronister Mr. and Mrs. Foster Clark Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. William M. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Clemons Mr. Jerry Coffelt Mr. Lawrence Coffelt Ms. Jane Cogan Mr. Jules Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Cohn


Mr. and Mrs. Sanford L. Cohn Mr. David Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Coleman Ms. Nancy Conrod Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Val Coppo Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cosner Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Cotton Mr. and Mrs. Ray T. Cox Mr. Carlos Crain Mrs. Eugenia R. Crain Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Crider Mr. and Mrs. Merle W. Croy The Hon. and Mrs. G. L. Crystal Mr. and Mrs. Geral Culp Mrs. Regina Smith Culver Ms. Nancy Cummings Mr. and Mrs. C. Leroy Cundiff Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Y. Curran Mr. and Mrs. John T. Curry Mr. Art Curtis Mrs. and Mr. Gayla Curtis-Wingfield Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Daddona Mr. and Mrs. Jon Dale Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Danner Mrs. Nell Danner Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dannhauser Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Dauer Mr. and Mrs. Chris L. Davis Major and Mrs. Douglas J. Davis Mr. George Kevin Davis Col. Kenneth P. Davis (Ret.) Mr. Mark Davis Dr. Robert T. Davis, II Ms. Sheila I. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dean Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Decker Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Deluce Mr. John H. Dengler Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Denrow Ms. Carolyn M. Detillier Mr. Nicholas A. Di Blasio Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dick Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Dickey Mrs. Martha Dillman Mr. Terry Gratz and Ms. Erica A. Dobreff Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Doering Mr. and Mrs.Youngsik Dokko Mr. William Donahue Mrs. Shirley C. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Donath, Ed.D. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Craig Doty


Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Mr. Richard E. Downey Mr. Jeff Drake Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Draper, III Mrs. Adele S. Dresner Dr. and Mrs. George M. Drew Mr. Walter V. Duane Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Dunlap Dr. Marvin I. Dunn Mr. Mark Durbin and Mrs. Ellen Durbin Dr. and Mrs. James R. Durig Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ehrenpreis Dr. and Mrs. Gustave Eisemann Mr. Charles S. Ellington Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elliott Mr. and Mrs. John W. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. William S. Embury Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Epsten Mr. Gregory E. Eufinger, Jr. Mr. Thomas G. Evans ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Farnsworth Mr. and Mrs. John Fatz Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Faubel The Hon. and Mrs. Arthur B. Federman Mrs. Helen A. Feiereisen Mr. Michael D. Feiereisen Mr. and Mrs. Burton M. Fendelman Ms. Marilyn Fenton Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ferrell Ms. Marjorie Finley Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Fintzy Mrs. Mary Faye Fischer Mr. Roger Fisher Ms. Lora Hackman Fitzgerald Mr. Paul Flam Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fleischhauer Mrs. Jacqueline S. Fleschman Mrs. Reba C. Foley The Honorable and Mrs. Donald R. Ford Mr. Jeremy Blaine Ford Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fox Mr. and Mrs. A. Warren Francis Ms. Randi Frank Mr. and Mrs. Roger Franklin The Hon. and Mrs. Thomas J. Frawley Mrs. Helen L. French Mr. and Mrs. Adam Fried Professor and Mrs. Richard M. Fried

Donor Honor Roll Continued Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Friedland Miss Luella E. Friend Ms. Vesta Frizzell Dr. Connel R. Fullenkamp Mr. and Mrs. Rick E. Fullerton Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Gaar Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gall Mr. Gilbert M. Gaul Mr. Roger C. Geary Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Gelfand Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gerchick Mr. and Mrs. Douglas N. Ghertner Ms. Ruth K. Gieschen Professor and Mrs. James N. Giglio Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gilbertson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Gilmartin Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Glenn Mr. Steven D. Goers Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Goodell Professor Craufurd D. Goodwin Ms. Patricia L. Gore Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Gose Mr. and Mrs. William Gossman Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Gottlieb Dr. and Mrs. Keith G. Grafing Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graham Mr. and Mrs. Loeb H. Granoff Mr. Paul R. Grass Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Green Mrs. Laura Greenbaum Ms. Marty Greene Ms. Louise Greenfield Mr. Seymour D. Greenstone Mr. and Mrs. C. Philip Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Grimaldi Mrs. Marilyn J. Guetlich Mr. Kenneth Hader Mrs. and Mr. Gwendel C. Hagen Ms. Norma R. Hagerty Ms. Susan Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hahs Ms. Nina Hajda Mr. Richard E. Hale Mr. C. Francis Hales Ms. Willa J. Hamann Ms. Gretchen W. Hamilton Ms. Nancy Hammer Mr. and Mrs. Major D. Hammett Mr. and Mrs. David Hankinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Hanover Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hanson, Jr. Ms. Barbara A. Hare

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Harlan Mr. and Mrs. David A. Harrington Dr. Connie K. Harris Mr. Thomas A. Harz Mr. and Mrs. Wendell R. Hathhorn Mrs. Judith A. Hauck Dr. William E. Hauser Ms. Jacquiline Haverkamp Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Hawks Mr. and Mrs. Steven Heath Drs. James and Maridella Heiman Ms. Olga K. Heisler Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hellman Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hennen Heritage Petroleum, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Herndon Ms. Mary Herrick Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Hershey Mr. and Mrs. William Herzog Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hetrick Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heuertz Mrs. Doris M. Hickson Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Higginbotham Ms. Joan Hilger-Mullen Mrs. James T. Hill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hill Mrs. Helen L. Hilliard Mr. Jerome W. Hirsch Mr. Gordon S. Hodgkins Mrs. Colene S. Hoffman Ms. Phyllis Holter Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Holzle Mr. James R. Homan Ms. Loraine Honeywell Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Hope, Jr. Ms. Gerlinde M. Hopkins Ms. Cindy Horn Mrs. Millie Horn Mrs. Patricia M. Houghton Mrs. Jane A. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Scott Howard Mr. and Mrs. John Howland Mr. George C. Hubel Mr. and Mrs. William J. Huhmann Mr. Brad Huit Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jahnz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William James Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jeffries Mr. Robert Jenkins Mr. Jay R. Jennings, II Ms. Ann C. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Kevin Johnson Mrs. Catherine D. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jewel P. Johnson Mr. Larry G. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston Captain Kenneth Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Jones Mr. John P. Jones Ms. Paula L. Jones Mr. R. Michael Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Mr. Robert R. Jones Mr. Thomas L. Jumps Mr. Edward Junk Mr. and Mrs. Oskar Kaaring Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kandt Mr. Donald H. Kane Mrs. Judy Kane Mr. Theodore E. Kapala Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Kapell Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Karsh Mrs. Connie Katowitz Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Katz Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Keeland Ms. Joyce L. Keeler Mr. Duane B. Kelly Mr. Kevin G. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Kelly Mr. Stephen D. Kelly Col. Al Kemp Ret. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Kiely Ms. Shelley King Mr. and Mrs. D. Jack Klein Mr. and Mrs. William Klier Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Knackstedt Mr. Lloyd R. Knox Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Koirtyohann Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kollar Mrs. Margaret Koontz Mr. Charles H. Kopke Mr. Martin Kostelac Ms. Irene Kovac Mr. Robert H. Kralicek Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Kranitz Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kratchman Mr. Eric M. Kratty Mr. and Mrs. John Kueck Mrs. Jennifer A. Kulikowski Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kutler Ms. Barbara M. Kuzdzol Professor Virginia J. Laas Mr. Philip D. Lagerquist Mrs. Leona G. Lambert-Suchet



Donor Honor Roll Continued Ms. Deborah Lane Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Langford Mr. and Mrs. Asher C. Langworthy, Jr. Mr. Leo R. Lapierre Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Lappin Mr. and Mrs. Russell Larsen Dr. James E. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laskey Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Lass Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. Laumeyer Mr. Patrick Layden Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Leaman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Myung Woong Lee Mr. Steven G. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lemons Mr. Jean LePage Dr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Lessig Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lewis Brigadier General Beverly S. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Liska Mr. and Mrs. David D. Lodwick Mr. and Mrs. Albert Loncaric Dr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Long Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lorimer Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lorimer Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Loven Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Lucal Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Luetjen Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Luhnow, Jr. Mrs. Lily Lumpp Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Lunceford Mr. Glenn S. Lunden Mr. and Mrs. Loren F. Lundy Dr. and Mrs. Harold H. Lurie Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Lyon Dr. and Mrs. Jim MacLean Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Madison Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maginness Mr. and Mrs. John W. Maher Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Mahurin Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Mallin Mr. and Mrs. John F. Maloney Mr. Timothy Malpede Mr. and Mrs. Ken C. Manqueros Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marcell Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Marnett Mr. Edward E. Marshall Dr. Robert L. Marshall Mr. Herbert W. Martin Mr. Robert D. Mathena Mr. Edward T. Matheny, Jr. Miss Barbara Ann Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCarron


Mrs. Doris A. McCartney Mr. Neal W. McCleary Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCormick Dr. Jason McDonald Mr. and Mrs. L. S. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Woody McElroy Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. McFarlane Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. McKeel Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McKiernan Mr. Larry McMaster Ms. Cynthia McNabb Miss Connie C. McQuain Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McShane, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Memmer Mr. Russell Mende Mr. Rawleigh G. Mendenhall Dr. and Mrs. Robert Meneilly Mr. Harold Metts Mr. Martin Michel Mrs. R. H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. James C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller Dr. Wilbur H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Gary Million Dr. Franklin D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. James P. Mitchell Mr. Todd Loyd and Ms. Patricia G. Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Monahan Ms. Marilyn Montgall Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Moody, Jr. Mrs. Norma J. Moore Mrs. Waunita B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Morman Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Morris Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold Morris Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morrison, III Mr. and Mrs. John Moseman Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Moser Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Moylan Mr. and Mrs. Jerold W. Mullins Mr. and Mrs. Dick Munzinger Mr. Seth Musselman Ms. Elizabeth A. Myers Mrs. Virginia F. Neff Mr. and Mrs. Randolph L. Neil Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelles Mr. and Mrs. David L. Nichol Mr. Paul Niewrzel Ms. Mary C. Nolan Ms. Anne M. Nolte Ms. Arlene F. Gerhard Norris Dr. Henrietta Spencer and Mr. Michael A. Norton Mr. James I. Nutter


Mr. and Mrs. Brian O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Oliver Mr. Duane R. Olsen Ms. Kristel Kinoshita and Mr. Jeff Olsen Mrs. Vera Olson Mr. Ted Olson Mrs. James C. Olson Ms. Norma Oren Ms. Susanna Organic Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ormsby Mrs. Emma L. Owen Mr. I. Ozar Pace Law Firm, LLC Mr. Uldis J. Palde Mrs. Matti Palluconi Mr. Kent I. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Myron L. Paris Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. F. Dale Parson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pashen Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Patinkin Ms. Heather N. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott Peck Captain Robert C. Peniston, USN (Ret.) Mrs. Doris Pesek Ms. Patricia A. Peters Dr. Jody L. Peterson Mrs. Virginia A. Peterson Ms. Patricia L. Petet Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Pettit The Pfizer Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Nick L. Pizzichino Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ploeger Ms. Nola M. Plott Dr. and Mrs. Monte M. Poen Ms. Mildred Polc Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poll Mrs. Dixie Pollard Mr. and Mrs. Randy Posten Mr. and Mrs. Steven Potter Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Powell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Price, II Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Prosser CDR and Mrs. Gerald P. Pulley, (Ret.) Dr. Alice M. Purdes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pustz Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Putt Mr. Eugene J. Rafferty Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Raney Mr. and Mrs. John Rausch Mrs. Jackson P. Ravenscroft Miss Mary Sue Reagan Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reakes

Donor Honor Roll Continued Judge and Mrs. Edward C. Reed, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Reicher The Hon. and Mrs. Don Reimal Mr. and Mrs. James E. Remer Mr. Guy Reynolds Mr. James P. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richie Ms. Linda M. Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W. Riffe Colonel and Mrs. John Riffle, USAF (Ret.) Dr. and Mrs. Ted Rights Rear Admiral and Mrs. J.T. Riker Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robb Ms. Karen M. Roberts Mr. Steven L. Roberts Dr. and Mrs. David Brian Robertson Mr. Ben Rogers Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rogers Dr. Marvin Rogolsky Mr. Ron Roland Ms. Sherrill L. Rosen Mr. Peter Kretzmer and Ms. Deborah S. Rosenberg Dr. and Mrs. Gene Ross Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Rostenberg Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rozen Mr. Richard Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rubin Mr. David A. Rubio Ms. Jan Rush Mrs. Violet E. Rutledge Dr. Sara L. Sale The Hon. and Mrs. Stanley J. Salva Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Salz Mr. Richard E. Sandeen Mr. Sam Sandlin Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sands Mr. and Mrs. David M. Santoli Mr. and Mrs. Avinoam Sapir Mr. Robert B. Satterfield Captain and Mrs. Thomas J. Saul Mr. Keith L. Savastano Mr. John E. Sawyer Mrs. Esther Scarpello Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Scheibach Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Scherer Ms. Dorothy L. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Schmiedeler Ms. Lee Williams and Mr. Brent Schondelmeyer Drs. Kenneth Schowengerdt and Joyce Koenig Mr. Jim Schraeder Rosemary G. Schrepfer, M.D.

Dr. William C. Schumann Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Schwartze Mr. and Mrs. John Gregg Scircle, III Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Seat Mr. and Mrs. Steve Seigel Mr. and Mrs. Stanford L. Severance Mr. and Mrs. J. Stan Sexton Mr. Robert Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Sherwood Ms. Margaret E. Shouse Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Shrout Mrs. Betty Shrout Mr. Timothy Shull Mr. and Mrs. Lester Siegel, Jr. Mr. Robert P. Sigman Mr. and Mrs. Jake M. Simonitsch Dr. and Mrs. W. Christian Sizemore Dr. and Mrs. Max J. Skidmore Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Slabotsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Slater Mr. and Mrs. Roger Slusher Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Smith Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Smith Mrs. Darline C. Smith Ms. Lanita Smith Mr. and Ms. Mark Smith Ms. Pamela A. Smith The Hon. and Mrs. Philip G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Warren H. Solomon Ms. Genevieve A. Soulis Dr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Spillman Ms. Kimberly J. Spitzig Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Spry Mr. and Mrs. Otto M. Spurny Mr. and Mrs. Ken Srozinski Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Stanford Dr. Caryl S. Staples Mr. James A. Starke Mr. Raymond Starzmann Dub and Joy Steincross The Hon. and Mrs. Robert Steinkamp Mr. John A. Stern Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Stevens Mrs. L. R. Stiffelman Mr. and Mrs. R. James Stilley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Stogsdill Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stoliar Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stolper Ms. Mary L. Stone Mr. Arthur H. Stoup Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Streen Mr. and Mrs. John R. Streu Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Stringer

Mr. and Mrs. Shirley E. Strnad Mr. and Mrs. John Stutzer Ms. Ann Sunderland Ms. Patricia Petre Surber Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sutton Mr. David Suvak Mr. and Mrs. Norman Swails Professor Martha H. Swain Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Sweeny Mr. Morris W. Sykes Mr. and Mrs. David R. Sylvan Dave and Barbara Sylvan Foundation Dr. Harold J. Sylwester Mr. Edward R. Szynal Mr. and Mrs. James O. Talbot Mr. and Mrs. Carlin L. Talcott Dr. and Mrs. Duane A. Tananbaum Mrs. Theodore Tannenwald Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. George H. Templeton Ms. Sherry S. Templeton Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Kent R. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. John S. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. James A. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. James P. Tierney Mrs. Virginia C. Tillitt Ms. Karen Todd Mr. Paul R. Tolland Mr. Ronald J. Tomczykowski Ms. Margaret Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Noel Torpey Ms. Doris Tousley Mr. Dan Townsend Mrs. Earlene E. Townsend Mr. James F. Townsend Prof. Emeritus Donald Tracey Mrs. Norma M. Trahan Ms. Ruth R. Traurig Ms. Linda S. Trout Mr. Bonnie B. Turner Ms. Judy J. Turner Ms. Mary L. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Turner Mr. Daniel E. Uscian Mr. and Mrs. Don Uvick Ms. Diane Van Wyngarden Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Veis Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Vest Mr. George P. Viegelmann, Jr.



Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Vile Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Villalva Mr. and Mrs. Stan Volpe Mr. and Mrs. James M. Voss Wachovia Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wacknov Ms. Linda K. Wade Mr. and Mrs. John J. Waldron, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary G. Wallace Mrs. Marilyn F. Walz Dr. Nancy E. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Washburn Mr. Bradley Weast Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Webb, II Dr. and Mrs. Barton Wechsler Mr. John Wegener Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wehmhoener Dr. and Mrs. William L. Wells Ms. Judith L. Welpman Mrs. Helen E. White Mr. and Mrs. Jason T. White Mrs. Lana White Mrs. Jean L. Whitener

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Whitley Mr. and Ms. Jim Whitten Mr. and Mrs. James Whorton Mr. Frank P. Wilfley, Jr. Ms. Margie Willis Dr. Martin Willman Mr. and Mrs. David C. Wilson Mr. Paul D. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Htain Win Mr. and Mrs. John H. Windsor Mr. and Mrs. James W. Winfrey Col. and Dr. Arthur C. Winn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winter Ms. Lynda R. Wisecup Mr. Sheldon Wishna Mr. and Mrs. James A. Witteman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Wolf Mr. John L. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolters Mr. Frank Woodside and Dr. Sandra L. L.Woodside Woodside Mr. William H. Woodson Lt. Colonel Derek R. Wrigh g t Wright

Ms. H. Irene Wyatt Dr. Kathleen Xidis Dr. Lawrence A.Yates Ms. Sarah Young Mr. Steve R. Zane Ms. Lisa A. Pace and Dr. Robert L. Zangrando Mr. and Mrs. Stanford A. Zeldin Mr. and Mrs. Miles J. Zeller Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Zennario Mr. and Mrs. George H. Zimmerman Ms. Kimby Zook Mr. and Mrs. John Zuccotti

Memory & Honor GIFTS IN KIND Allied Flag Alpine Litho-Graphics The Capital Grille The Examiner Harvest Productions J’adore Kansas City Chiefs KCUR 89.3 FM Leader Chauffer Services Marriott-Muehlebach Hotel Bruce Mathews/Mathews Communications The Party Patch/Michele and Stan Crumbaugh Richardson Printing, Inc. Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP US Toy Co.




F. Anson & Dorothy W. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMarra John L. and Cora Ball Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMarra Howard and Virginia Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Dennis V. Smith Richard C. Crumpton Mr. Sam Sandlin Mr. Richard E. Downey Mr. Roderick W. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. John Rausch Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richie Mr. Robert Thompson Bill Dawson, Korean War Veteran Mrs. Betty J. Dawson Sir Arthur Gilbert Ms. Elaine P. Meitus Marella Shinn Ms. Sharon Campbell Mr. and Mrs. David L. Nichol Ms. Nola M. Plott Dr. Benedict Zobrist Mr. Thomas P. Richter

Kristin Amend Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Rubel Howard Anderson, WWII veteran Mr. and Mrs. Rod Anderson Lt. Gen. Robert Arter (Retired) Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dillingham The Honorable James A. Baker, III W. P. Carey Foundation Harvey Bodker Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cosner Herb Buchbinder Mr. Harry G. Himmelstein Michael D. Hockley Bank of Prairie Village Mary and John Hunkeler Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Gattermeir Judge Howard Sachs Mr. and Mrs. Bert Benjamin



Mrs. Truman and I leave the White House, we have no regret. We feel we have done our best in the public service. I hope and believe we have contributed to the welfare of this Nation and to the peace of the world.





Annual Report 2010  

Truman Library Institute Annual Report 2010

Annual Report 2010  

Truman Library Institute Annual Report 2010