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    5.5 - Acknowledgments

    We are grateful to a number of individuals and institutions who have donated hardcopies of journals for the purpose of scanning. The following is a (possibly incomplete) list of individuals who have made the most significant contributions:

    • Prof. Adriaan Blaauw (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)
    • Dr. Thomas Corbin (USNO, USA)
    • Prof. Hilmar Dürbeck (University of Münster, Germany)
    • Dr. Mike Dworetsky (University of London Observatory, United Kingdom)
    • Dr. Martin Elvis (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. Jonathan Grindlay (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. John Huchra (CfA, USA)
    • Dr. Wolfgang Kalkofen (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. David Latham (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. Robert Noyes (CfA, USA)
    • Dr. Francois Ochsenbein (CDS, France)
    • Prof. Wayne Osborn (Central Michigan University, USA)
    • Prof. William Press (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. Jean-René Roy (Université Laval, France)
    • Dr. Elizabeth Roemer (University of Arizona, USA)
    • Dr. Rudolph Schild (CfA, USA)
    • Prof. Fred Whipple (CfA, USA)

    Among the list of librarians who have contributed extra copies of serials and monographs to our digitization effort, we would like to thank:

    • Elaine Adams (UCLA)
    • Liz Bryson (Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope)
    • Donna Coletti (SAO/HCO Wolbach Library)
    • Brenda Corbin (US Naval Observatory)
    • Marlene Cummins (University of Toronto)
    • Amy Edmonds (University of Texas at Austin)
    • Edward Galloway (University of Pittsburgh)
    • Monique Gomez (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
    • Mary Guerrieri (National Optical Astronomy Observatories)
    • Deborah Kegel (UC San Diego)
    • Frances Knudson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
    • Monica Marra (Università di Bologna)
    • Jill Postma (Adler Planetarium)
    • Steve Quillen (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
    • Sarah Stevens-Rayburn (Space Telescope Science Institute)
    • Jennifer van Sickle (Trinity College Library)

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