The article appearing in Hogan's Alley #17 and this resulting website, would never have been possible without the incredible generosity of a number of people and institutions. They shared their resources and time in order to help shine a little light on an artist whose recognition is long overdue. All of the organizations and institutions listed below have my sincere thanks, as do the following individuals:
Dana Carlile, Todd DePastino, Jack Howe, Becky Jenkins, Michael Mattis, Al Sheeter, Peter Sorenson, Ed Vebell, Robert Wiener, and especially Janice Duncan Goodhue, who passed away on June 8, 2010.
Archelaus Cards Thank you Todd Huebner
Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum Thank you Jenny Robb
Marin History Museum Thank you Jocelyn Moss
Mill Valley Public Library Thank you David Grossman
Stars and Stripes Museum/Library Thank you Sue Mayo
Syd Hoff Website Thank you Carol Edmonston
Tamalpais High School Thank you Mary Crowe
To read some of Janice Duncan Goodhue's recollections of her time in the Mediterranean Theater during WWII, including her last days with her husband, please visit the University of Nevada Oral History Program website. You'll be able to hear a bit of audio of Mrs. Goodhue's recollections on the page as well. Her full entry in the program can be found in the book War Stories: Veterans Remember WWII, published in 1995.