Lenders to the Exhibition
The museum wishes to thank the following lenders for their generosity and interest:
Pennsylvania House Museum
Lagonda Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Elizabeth Campion Rives
Headquarters Mississippi State Society
Daughters Of the American Revolution
Avalyn Berry Swain
John S. Webster
Wisconsin Society, Daughters of the American Revolution
Fort Winnebago Surgeon’s Quarters
Private collectors who wish to remain anonymous
First and foremost, the DAR Museum wishes to thank DAR members, chapters, state societies, and friends participating
in the conservation and framing of many of the samplers and objects. Most have done so through the museum’s ongoing Adopt-an-Object project. These funds have been invaluable in sustaining this important conservation effort.
Our appreciation goes to: Carole Belcher, Margaret H. Boyd, Lucinda Carter, Karen Montgomery, Mary E. Lewis,
Sandra Renzy, Barbara Pearson, Diane Robinson, Carroll Strickland, Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh, Frances Pattarini, Charlotte Edson, Marcelyn Karagosian, Pauline Bartow, Elizabeth Alfonso, Alice E. Homer, Marilyn Curtis, June E. Smith, Suzanne W. Hankins, Barbara Ann Weaver, Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, General Nathanael Greene Chapter, Phebe Greene Ward Chapter,
Barbara Ann Watrous, Thomas Fetherson, Lady Washington Chapter, Eel River Valley Chapter, Commodore Sloat Chapter,
Myakka Chapter, Los Angeles Chapter, San Marino Chapter, St. James Chapter, Katuktu Chapter, Saguaro Chapter, Serrano Chapter, Albemarle Chapter, Gov. William Livingston Chapter, Kaweah Chapter, Seminole Chapter, Emily Nelson Chapter, California State Society, D.C. State Society, Friends of Jacqui Beigie, American Folk Art Society, and the Loudoun Sampler Guild. Additionally we want to thank Julia Brennan and Jan Van Gilder, textile conservators, and Bill Butler and Archival Art Services for their expertise and excellence in conservation and custom framing.
Thanks also go to those who assisted in many ways:
Dorothy McCoach, Michele Pagan, Rick Warwick, Jim Bailey, J. E. Hazard, Cindy Phillips, Sharon Nettles, Beverly West, Marilyn Vaglia, Rolfe T. Teague, Mary E. Lewis, Carole Belcher, Betsy Garrett, David S. Smith, Janet Hasson, Jennifer Core, Amy Finkel, Pat Chester, Dina Spoerl, Tuncay Gunduz, Edith Rianzares, Bren Landon, The DAR Art Critics Committee, Diane Dunkley, Director and the entire DAR Museum staff. Photography of DAR Museum Collection by Mark Gulezian.
The museum wishes to express appreciation for the support of Linda Gist Calvin, President General 2007-2010, NSDAR,
Michelle Juehring, Curator General 2007-2010, NSDAR, and other members of the National Board of Management,
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
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