Cokie Roberts Research Fund for Women’s History

Cokie Roberts Research Fund for Women’s History

On Wednesday, November 13, the National Archives Foundation honored Cokie Roberts with its Records of Achievement Award. Over the course of her five-decade career, Cokie documented the stories of women practically invisible in U.S. history by authoring numerous best selling books and engaging in spirited discussions about our country today and its heritage. Her work exemplifies the American spirit – one that is committed to working toward the great ideals upon which our country was founded.

For the past several months, the National Archives Foundation has raised funds to create the Cokie Roberts Research Fund for Women’s History. This fund honors Cokie and her deep commitment to the study of history at the National Archives. Your gift to the fund will help provide resources for future historians to uncover untold stories hidden within the stacks of the National Archives.

We would like to send a special thanks to those who have donated thus far:

Jim Abbott
Fiona Alexander
Susan Arbuck
AT&T
Matthew Banks and Joanne Morse
Michael and Afsaneh Beschloss
Governor James Blanchard and Janet Blanchard
BMO Financial Group
The Boeing Company
Stanford Brown
A’Lelia Bundles
Amy Colombana
Jim Doumas and Lauren Coletta
Kathryn Evans
Jane Fawcett Hoover
Judy Feigin
The Honorable David S. Ferriero
Laurie Fulton
Laura Gates
Ellen Gill Miller
Laura Giroux and Patrick Martin
Ellen and Michael Gold
Ellen Goldberg Luger
Benjamin Gonzalez
Mary Graham
HarperCollins
Kathleen Harrington
Ambassador Fay Hartog-Levin (Ret.)
Cheryl Haywood
Victoria Herget
Marilynn W. Hill and John A. Hill
John Hancock Financial
Edgeworth Economics
Diana King
Mary Lynn Kotz and Nick Kotz
Maarja Krusten
Carol Lagundo
Elizabeth Larkin
Anna Laymon
Heather Long
Howard Lowell
Patrick M. Madden
Claudine Malone
Jacqueline B. Mars
Stefanie Mathew
Kathy Milholland
Elaine Murray
ABC News
Soledad O’Brien
Gerald Parsky
Lucinda Robb
Sarah Roberts
The Roberts Family
Laura Roberts and Ed Belove
Kim Roellig
Linda Rosendorf
Save the Children
Ross Swimmer
Marjorie Tiven
Grace Toh
Mayo Clinic
Suzanne Tuthill
Debra Wall
Jennifer Warren
Judith Weinraub
Wells Fargo Advisors
Larry West
Tom and Carol Wheeler
Sandra Willen and Jon Willen
W. Patrick Wilson
Jordan Zappala