We again wish to thank all those that have given to the American Philatelic Research Library’s (APRL) Adopt-A-Book campaign in support of the library digital initiative to grow APRL Digital, the library’s digital collections database. Through their donations the library can provide greater access to the APRL worldwide. This week the APRL would like to sincerely thank: Ann Dunkin,Richard Senterfeit, Robert L. Klass, Chad Neighbor, Richard E. Drews, Henrik Rossell, Sean Dunnahoo, Michael J. Purm, Brian J. Birch, Stephen H. Peters, David M. Clark, James J. Economos, Christopher J. Palermo, Foster E. Miller III, Andrew A. Mazzara, Robert J. Kepka, Robert C. Cook and Dr. Normand L. Decelles, Jr.
Thank you to all our donors and consider joining them giving toward the Adopt-A-Book campaign and better yet, make your donation a monthly or annual contribution.
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