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Panama Canal Museum Review
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00095849/00010
 Material Information
Title: Panama Canal Museum Review
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Panama Canal Museum
Publisher: Panama Canal Museum
Place of Publication: Seminole, Fla.
Publication Date: 2008
Copyright Date: 2012
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Subjects / Keywords: Panama Canal Museum (Seminole, Fla.) -- Records and correspondence.
Panama Canal (Panama) -- History.
Canal Zone -- History.
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
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Funding: Panama Canal Museum
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Source Institution: Panama Canal Museum
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 660020455
System ID: UF00095849:00010

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VOLUME 8 ISSUE 2 FALL/WINTER 2008 Affiliations American Association of Museums American Association for State and Local History Dun & Bradstreet BuyforCharity.com Canal Zone Study Group Council of American Maritime Museums Florida Association of Museums Guidestar.com Isthmian Collectors Club Leave a Legacy Program Panama Canal Society, Inc. Panama National Institute for Culture St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce Seminole Chamber of Commerce Sociedad de Amigos del Museo Afro Antilleano de Panama World Ocean Observatory PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM nn nrrr nrrrr rr nrnrr r rn r!"nr r n! "!# n $r#nr# # nn n#%# &'' #(''n ) )*+"! n ,#r #! -n #$nrr%rrr !!rr r !"r&r '()''' *rrrn rr nrrr%rr "+ nnrn./$0n1 !2 r304 2-#5 rr6rn#7''r# n!Continued on Page 3 nnrn

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Page 11 Panama Canal Museum 21st Transit Leo J. Krziza S. Griffin McClellan III 17th Transit Harry & Mary Egolf—Charitable Remainder Trust* 11th Transit Lucille Abernathy Frank R. Leves 10th Transit Estate of Anna Ruth Werkheiser* 8th Transit Anonymous Donor Katherine E. Egolf 7th Transit James P. MacLaren* 6th Transit Bob & Marguerite Neal Zumbado Lesley M. Hendricks Litzenberger 5th Transit Grace Jones Carey* Isthmian Collectors Club William Lyons Reginald & Beverly Boyett Hayden 4th Transit Dollar Club* C. B. Fenton & Co., S.A. Albert & Jane Nahmad 3rd Transit Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood John & Judith Engelke Montanaro Panama Canal Society of California* James C. Cook Curtis Fitzgerald Lewis & Sandra Taber J.E. Dorn & Dolly Thomas R. Alvera Davison Richard & Julieta Preciado Morgan Charles & Sandra Hummer William E. LeBrun Dave & Elizabeth Jane Hilliard 2nd Transit Carol Ruoff Goulet Paul D. Glassburn Bob Redfield & Carolyn Merry Zelma R. Treadwell Carol F. Meyer Space Coast Panazonians Richard & Ruth Mallett Blanche Adler Browne Charles & Maxine Swanson Keenan Edward & Geraldine Pierce Corbett Hobey & Lisa Wilkins Richey, MD Capt. Wm & Connie Glassburn Dawson Larry & Kathryn Castleman Richard Swearingen James & Patricia Steiner Kearns Olive L. Unruh Peter G. Flynn Family Peg Milliken Panama Vacation Quarters Marian Smith Kariger Frank M. Smith Barbara Peterson John N. Hatgi Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Thomas R. Goethals Ed (Lucky) Wilburn* Virginia Kleefkens Rankin Class of 1954 Balboa/Cristobal High Schools William McKeown, Jr. Peter & Mary Lou Dailey Lang Robert & Colleen Lawson Mate Frank & Marilyn Mott Alan R. Ford* Angel “Snapper” Vazquez BSA, Explorer Post 21, Balboa, Canal Zone Douglas & Sharon Booth Schmidt Hap & Beth Lewis Brandenburg Brian Albright John K. Brayton* Robert J. Roy, Sr. Notes deceased or no longer active donors. As of 10/31/08 Donors are listed in order of total donation

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Board of Trustees President Emeritus Charles W. Hummer, Jr President Joseph J. Wood Vice President Patricia Steiner Kearns Executive Vice President Katherine E. Egolf Secretary Barbara D. Peterson Treasurer Paul D. Glassburn Buildings & Facilities Shawn Rupp Collections Committee Gerry DeTore Educational Development Vacant Exhibit Committee Robert F. Zumbado Finance & Development Larry Siegel Information Technology J. Patrick Coffey Marketing & Communications Vacant Membership Committee Vacant Oral History Richard D. Morgan Store Committee Katherine Egolf Webmaster Joey Zornes Trustees Dick Cunningham Frank Stevens Hawks Robert Hughes, Ph.D. Robert J. Karrer, Jr. Barbara Bonanno Marshall Paul Morgan, Ph.D. J. Dorn Thomas Board of Advisors Robert K. Dawson William R. Gianelli Thomas R. Goethals Walter P. Leber D. P. McAuliffe Robert McMillan PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM 7985 113th Street, Suite 100 Seminole, Florida 33772 Tel. (727)-394-9338 Fax (727)-394-2737 Museum Hours: Monday—Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Email: office@panamacanalmuseum.org EIN 59-3532182 This newsletter is published by the Panama Canal Mu seum for its members, donors and benefactors. Additional co pies can be obtained by writing or emailing the Museum. The Mu seum is staffed by a museum director, two part-time clerica l assistants and volunteers who graciously donate their time and skills to carry on the work of the Museum. We acknowledge an d thank our many benefactors, donors, volunteers and friend s who continue to assist this important project. Membership Representatives Arizona Carl Berg carlnberg@aol.com Southern California Joan De Grummond Tina Cartotto Ressa zonejoan@aol.com Carolinas Alice Latimer compcouns@aol.com Miami, Florida Hindi Diamond hindi@bellsouth.net Ormond Beach, Florida Mickey Walker Fitzgerald mickeyftz@aol.com Pensacola, Florida Barbara Egolf Dedeaux dedeaux1@cox.net Barbara Vose-Kulig czbarbv@hotmail.com Sarasota, Florida Barbara Peterson tommypete@worldnet.att.net Tampa Bay, Florida Muriel Whitman Cristobal43@tampabay.rr.com Atlanta, Georgia Marie Drake mariedrake@bellsouth.com Pacific Northwest Dan & Pat Nellis chdarwin9581@toast.net Poconos Gordon Davis Gdavis1@comcast.net Kerrville, Texas Jo-Anne Fields Joanne_fields@hotmail.com Seattle, Washington Marilynn Abreau Stevens momthept@aol.com Alabama Larry Siegel larrysiegel@bellsouth.net www.panamacanalmuseum.org Page 12 Panama Canal Museum = n,n5n r r5r%>&:;&!r? r*rr rnr?r@?6r;;r'1$7rn r 6r7rn &rrr nr nr