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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

The Jacob Lawrence and The Migration Series interactive web program was developed and produced by:

The Education Department of The Phillips Collection
Project Director: Suzanne Wright, Director of Education
Project Coordinator: Chris Celauro, Jacob Lawrence Education Project Coordinator
Content Developers: Suzanne Wright, Chris Celauro, and Paul Ruther, Manager of Teacher Programs

Swim Design Consultants, Inc.

The producers wish to thank these individuals for their support and assistance:

Dorothy Kosinski, Director
Jay Gates, Director Emeritus
Jelena Aniba, Website and Graphic Design Manager
Christine Hollins, Director of Institutional Giving
Susan McCullough, Director of Corporate Relations
Susan Nichols, Chief Financial and Operating Officer
Ruth Perlin, Associate Director of The Phillips Collection Center for the Study of Modern Art
Elsa Smithgall, Associate Curator
Beth Turner, former Senior Curator
Darci Vanderhoff, Chief Information Officer
Trish Waters, Assistant Registrar for Visual Resources and Collections
Mark Weiner, Audio Visual Support Specialist

Education Staff, Project Assistants and Interns
Ann Alexander, Education Specialist for Community Outreach
Rachel Goldberg, Education Specialist for School and Family Programs
Amanda Jirón-Murphy, Group Coordinator/Education Assistant
Brooke Rosenblatt, Education Specialist for Public Programs and Interpretation
Heather Hakimzadeh
Fernando Herrero
Daniela Rutigliano
Melissa Sullivan
Rachel White
Lillian Wilson

The Jacob Lawrence and The Migration Series interactive web program is based on the Jacob Lawrence and The Migration Series Teaching Kit developed by:

Ann Alexander, Education Specialist for Community Outreach
Chris Celauro, Jacob Lawrence Education Project Coordinator
Brooke Rosenblatt, Education Specialist for Public Programs and Interpretation
Paul Ruther, Manager of Teacher Programs
Anna Sparks, former Education Specialist for School and Family Programs
Suzanne Wright, Director of Education

With special thanks to primary source research by:

Patricia Bukanas, Special Collections Department,
University of Illinois at Chicago
Jennifer Belt, Art Resource
Sara Duke, Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress
Dr. Gwendolyn Everett, Howard University
Adrienne Fields, Artists Rights Society
Susan Fugate and Kristen Welzenbach, National Agricultural Library
Edward Gaynor, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia
Mike Hardy, Smithsonian Institution Research Annex Library
Wendy Hurlock Baker, Archives of American Art
Thomas Lisanti, New York Public Library
Deborah Macanic, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service
Kay Peterson, National Museum of American History
Vanessa Thaxton Ward, Hampton University Museum
Adam Watson, State Archives of Florida
Greg Young, Sony BMG
Julie Zeftel, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sound clips courtesy of www.soundsnap.com

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