TITLE

HONOR ROLL

PUB. DATE
June 1980
SOURCE
Spectra;Jun1980, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article lists the members of the Speech Communication Association (SCA) in the U.S. who have contributed to the association's Building Fund project. The following members have responded to the call for contributions to the SCA Building Fund by giving gift to the association, by giving a low interest loan to the association and by upgrading membership status to Sustaining Life: Saleh Abu-Osba; Martin P. Andersen; Carroll C. Arnold; Samuel L. Becker; William Black; C. Cordelia Brong; Vera Campbell; James J. Coakley; Frank E. X. Dance; Marian Donewald; James J. Fernandes; Robert L. Frank; Charles S. Fuller; Marilyn E. Gillette; Wilbur E. Gilman; Bruce Gronbeck; Everett L. Hunt; Anita C. James; J. Boyer Jarvis; T. Earle Johnson; Thomas Kaye; Richard Levardsen; Mary G. McEdwards; Richard Murphy; Upton S. Palmer; Gregg Phifer; Darrell T. Piersol; Dinah Richard; Lois Sackman; Ambrose P. Schenk; Malcolm O. Sillars; William S. Tacey; Artie Thrash; Zaldemena von Hohenzollern; Jane Work; and William Work. August 1, 1980 is the target date for the association's move from its present leased office space in Falls Church, Virginia to the SCA office condominium in nearby Annandale, Virginia. All members who have not contributed to the Building Fund project are encouraged to do so through one or more of the ways stated above.
ACCESSION #
15540990

 

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