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The MacJannet Legacy Exploring the ideas of leadership, international understanding, and education through the lives and work of Donald and Charlotte MacJannet.


A project such as this cannot be accomplished without a great deal of support, both from institutions and individuals. I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who aided the project as it progressed from conception to completion:

Mary Harris, Sally Pym and Greg Colati without whom none of this would have happened.

The MacJannet DCA (now TARC) Committee consisting of: chair Mary Harris, John King, Rocky Carzo, George Halsey, Sally Pym, Rob Hollister, Gabriella Goldstein and Greg Colati, who came to meetings every month, helped with the conceptualization of the project, provided insight, general direction and encouragement.

The MacJannet Foundation, Tufts University, the UCCPS and the European Center at Tufts University for financial support.

All those who agreed to be interviewed for the oral history portion of the site, your insights, stories and patience provided fabulous information.

Emilie Fournie-Argenton and Michael Whitten for translation of all German materials in the collection.

Aysha Haq, John Briestansky, and Zach Crowley for scanning documents with precision and skill.

The Digital Collections and Archives (now Tufts Archival Research Center) and its staff without whom none of this would be possible or available. Their technical, archival and moral support have been invaluable.

--Maura Kenny, Project Archivist