Since the LGI Research Archive was inaugurated in 1999, many people and organizations have contributed to its success. Donations have come in the many forms that allow a small research organization to grow and thrive, from the mundane but necessary cash on the barrel head, to sweat equity (e.g., helping to carry 20 large steel bookcases up three narrow flights of stairs), to furniture, to (of course) games and game systems. On behalf of the manifold users of the LGI Research Archive, we thank you!
If we've inadvertently overlooked you on the list of LGI Contributors below, please get in touch so that we can rectify the situation.
If you haven't yet contributed to LGI but would like to, click "Donate" on the left side of the screen for information.
The following is an ever-expanding list of people who have made important contributions of time, talent, money, and/or artifacts to the LGI Research Archive:
Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Media Arts Center
Chris Cardiel (Maven of Magazines)
College of Humanities, University of Arizona
Confluencecenter for Creative Inquiry, University of Arizona
Department of English, University of Arizona
Tom Hong Do
A. Hastie (ebay-er extraordinaire!)
Institute for LGBT Studies, University of Arizona
Paul Jace (gangrelx) at Gangrelx's Unique Finds on ebay
Amy Kimme Hea
Jamie Ann Lee
Usman Muhammad Makhdoom (Master of Japanatronix)
Louis Clayton Thorne Migliazza
Michael Michuk (Collector of the Astonishing!)
Colleen and Rick Moncrieff
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University
Matthew Thomas Payne
Ping Pong Media
School of Theater, Film & Television, University of Arizona