Donor Honor Wall

Donor Honor WallIn January 2008 the USF Tampa Library installed a Donor Honor Wall recognizing the support and generosity of our donors. The honor wall highlights names of the donors who are members of the USF 1956 Society, John Allen Society, LeRoy Collins Society and the Gold Circle Society – the five giving categories as designated by the University. The honor wall also highlights the late A. Bayard Angle, the Libraries’ largest benefactor to date. The honor wall is located in the main entrance lobby of the USF Tampa Library.

1956 Society

Gifts of $1,000,000 & Above

  • A. Bayard Angle
  • John Clute
  • Anthony and Christine Griffon
  • Charles S. Mahan
  • State University System of Florida
  • Tampa Bay History Center

Gold Circle Society

15 Years Consecutive or 20 Years Cumulative Giving

  • Merilyn S. Burke
  • James and Anita Cebulski
  • Jim S. Gray
  • Mary Lou Harkness
  • Lawrence J. Heilos Jr.
  • Florence R. Jandreau
  • John and Judith Keeth
  • Dean and Barbara Martin
  • Rue J. McKenzie
  • Penny A. Phillips
  • Patricia B. Riggs

T. LeRoy Collins Society

Gifts of $500,000 to $999,999

  • Raymond P. and Emmy Kane

John Allen Society

Gifts of $100,000 to $499,999

  • Doyle E. Carlton Jr.
  • Ruth E. Coleman
  • Joseph B. Dobkin
  • Robert L. Drapkin
  • Hampton and Charlotte R. Dunn
  • Morris Greenberg
  • Neil Greenberg
  • Stanley Greenberg
  • Lee and Teresa Harrison
  • Leland M. Hawes Jr.
  • Piers Anthony Jacob
  • Anthony and Josephine Pizzo
  • William Reece Smith Jr.
  • Ken and JoAnne S. Taylor
  • Times Publishing Company
  • USF Women’s Club
  • William K. Zewadski

A. Bayard Angle


A. Bayard Angle was a visionary, recognizing that premier research libraries of the future needed both physical and virtual resources. His estate gift of $6 million – the largest planned gift to USF Libraries – is advancing electronic and technological capabilities in the USF Libraries and its Florida Studies Center.

Bayard’s gift makes it possible for patrons to access more electronic collections than ever, and allows us to purchase equipment to scan and catalog documents, subscribe to electronic books and databases, and provide automated services.

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Holocaust & Genocide Studies | Florida Studies Center
Oral History Program | Textbook Affordability Project

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