“Generous gifts from individual donors financed the grants and fellowships that made us the people and scholars we are today. It is now time for us to make a similar gesture to ACLS to help new generations of scholars along their way.”
Named for the year of our founding, the 1919 Society and its members celebrate the past achievements of ACLS and future promise as the foremost proponent for academic humanities in the United States.
Through commitments made during estate planning, supporters of ACLS can ensure that they will be leaving a legacy.
The 1919 Society recognizes the following generous donors who have included ACLS in their will or estate plans:
Morton Norton Cohen † & Richard N. Swift †
Nicola M. Courtright & David A. Levine
Carol G. Duncan
Ann Fabian & Christopher Smeall
Frances Daly Fergusson
Lawrence J. Friedman
Maynard Mack †
Susan McClary & Robert Walser
Barbara A. Shailor & Harry W. Blair II
Daniel J. Wright