Archive Thank You Page ...
Over the years, many kind souls and sister organizations have helped
the Rudolf Steiner Archive. This page is used to thank them for their
contributions. We truly appreciates their many gifts.
These individuals have given of their time and energy to help make
the Rudolf Steiner Archive what it is today: gifts of equipment, time
in transcribing or editing, wonderful ideas and moral support, or
putting up with the e.Librarian's quirks — thank you all.
|Joseph S. Sellinger||
||Marylin J. Kraker|
||Henk de Laat|
|Anna Quinn and Steven Decker||
|John R. Penner||
|Xavier S. Bate||
||John Sterling Walker|
|Anonymous Contributors and Helpers Galore|
Here credit is given to those organizations that have had a major role
in shaping the Archive: by providing access to research material,
answering questions and giving sound advice, and, saying it again,
putting up with the e.Librarian's quirks — thanks to all.
|Rudolf Steiner Library of Los Angeles||
||Mayflower Book Shop|
|Rudolf Steiner College Library||
||Rudolf Steiner Institute|
|Rudolf Steiner Library||
||Rudolf Steiner Research Center|
|The e.Lib, Inc.||
||C4 Systems, Inc.|
|The Anthroposophical Society in America|
|Thanks to the
Rudolf Steiner Charitable Trust Advised Fund of RSF Social Finance
for their very generous annual grants ever since 2009. Their financial
support and encouragement has been a truly positive force in our
growth over the past few years.
|Thanks also to the
Mid States Shared Gifting Group of RSF Social Finance
for their generous grants in 2004, 2005, and 2007. We really
appreciate their recognition and affirmation of our initiative.
It's the publishing houses that really deserve credit: without them,
the Archive would have nothing to preserve. Thanks go to
all publishers of Rudolf Steiner's works.
|Rudolf Steiner Press||
|Anthroposophical Publishing Co.||
||Steiner Book Centre|
|Rudolf Steiner Publishing Co.||
|General Anthroposophical Society|
And while we're here, we should all give thanks to those publishers
and translators — many anonymous — who labored so hard to
bring these written works to all of us. If you do copy any of this
material, won't you honor these individuals by keeping the original
copyright information intact? Show your thanks by buying Books.
Finally, if we have left anyone out, please accept our humblest apologies.
This page has been long overdue, and remembering everything may not
be one of the e.Librarians assets. Let us know of the omission so
“Mr. Quirk” can fix it! For those people mentioned that haven't
contacted us in a while, why not do it now? We'd love to hear from you.
Thank You All!