May 2006 • Vol. 27, No. 4 (94)

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The Armenian Genocide Film- New Affirmation of Genocide

Campus Commemorates April 24th-Armenian Genocide Day-With Solemn Ceremony

"Armenians in Fresno" Subject of Osher Institute Presentation

Araz Artinian Presents The Genocide In Me

Volume 14 of the Journal for the Society for Armenian Studies

Dr. Reid Speaks on "Inner Dimensions of the Armenian Genocide"

Review-Armenian Baking and Cooking

Congratulations Fresno State Armenian Studies Minors and Grads

Arshile Gorky Exhibit at Fresno Art Museum: A Unique Armenian Artist

Matossian Presents "A Case of Mistaken Identity: Why Arshile Gorky Changed His Name" as Part of University Lecture Series at Fresno State

President Bush Issues April 24 Statement

ASP Administrative Aide Ziegler to Retire

Saroyan Drawings and Books Donated to ASP

Canada Recognizes the Armenian Genocide

Armenian Studies Website Undergoes Changes

Armenians on the Internet


Saroyan Drawings and Books Donated to ASP

William Saroyan, Fresno, Sunday, September 30, 1973 2PM "Red is Forever."


A collection of William Saroyan memorabilia was donated to the Armenian Studies Program by Susan Saroyan Vail and Allyn Saroyan, from the estate of her father, Ralph Saroyan, and his brother, Ruben Saroyan. The Saroyan brothers grew up together, along with their second cousin William, in Fresno.

The collection includes several drawings by William Saroyan, as well as many books, pamphlets, and manuscripts by Saroyan. The books are autographed.