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  50th Anniversary

Special Acknowledgements


     No volunteer effort such as the Tricorn Foundation can be successful without the help and generosity of people and organizations along the way.

                     Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1987

     To our leadership team we thank you for your dedication and countless hours of hard work.

     We also would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their contributions to the Foundation.


  • Marianne Martin, the Visual Resources Librarian of Colonial Williamsburg, for her gracious help, giving us access to all the Colonial Williamsburg photos of the Corps and arranging for copies to be made at no expense to the Foundation.


  • Kelly Mihalcoe, Kathy Rose and Barbara Lombardi of the Colonial Williamsburg Photographic Services Department for processing numerous old photos and slides of the Corps and providing them digitally to the Foundation on several CDís.


  • Roseanne Butler, Director of the Colonial Williamsburg Archives and Records, and her staff Donna Cooke, Maryann Goode and Betty Stewart for providing access to historical documents pertaining to the Corps.

                           Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1990


  • Mary Johnston, the wife of alum Ken Johnston (Fifer 1968), for volunteering to donate her calligraphy skills to complete the Certificates of Appreciation by adding each donorís name by hand.


  • Bruce Robertson, Corps alum (Fifer, 1960) and the owner of Shirley Pewter in Williamsburg, for producing the lapel pins (available only to alumni donors) at cost for the Foundation.


  • The non-alumni trustees, Richard Nicastro and Paul Ryczak, for agreeing to participate in the Foundation.



  • The Daily Press for making available its clippings of articles and its photographs of the Corps.


  • The Cooperman Fife and Drum Company of Bellows Falls, Vermont, for donating a 50th Anniversary drum for a raffle as a fundraiser for the Foundation.


  • Pamela Patrick White for the 50th Anniversary oil painting depicting a fifer and drummer in "CW" regimentals in front of the Powder Magazine and for donating a portion of the profits to the Foundation.






Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1967
















Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 2001


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