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The Huntington recognizes the contribution of every one of its donors.  Here they share their special stories of how The Huntington touches their lives and inspires them to support the institution.

 

Huntington Successors

 

Celebrating the Successors

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Ill siblings

 

Members' Snapshot: Brian Ill and Noël Ill

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Norma and Gary Cowles

 

Bringing the rich history of the San Gabriel Valley to life, from the mission period through present day.

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Frank and Toshie Mosher

 

Expanding demonstrations, tea ceremonies, musical performances, and cultural programming in the Japanese Garden.

Read more about Frank and Toshie Mosher >>

 


Creating a welcoming and inspiring space for scholars and researchers.

 

Creating a welcoming and inspiring space for scholars and researchers.

Read more about Anne and Jim Rothenberg >>

 


Valerie Lyons and Jay Judson

 

Honoring the place they had their second date by supporting the Society of Fellows.

Read more about Valerie Lyons and Jay Judson >>

 


Joan and Jim Cailloutte

 

Re-framing the iconic Blue Boy for the next generation of visitors.

Read more about Joan and Jim Cailloutte >>

 


Helping to establish The Huntington as one of the premier centers of Evelyn Waugh studies

 

Helping to establish The Huntington as one of the premier centers of Evelyn Waugh studies through a donation of 250 rare books and 135 letters and manuscripts.

Read more about Loren and Frances Rothschild >>

 


Leaving a legacy of philanthropy and transformation through the largest single gift since the days of Henry Huntington.

 

Leaving a legacy of philanthropy and transformation through the largest single gift since the days of Henry Huntington.

Read more about Frances Lasker Brody >>

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"The Huntington is a place where nature, science, art, and humanities are always ready to inspire and make a difference. I encourage you to take part and support this world-class dynamic place." 

- Randy A. Shulman, Vice President for Advancement 

 

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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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