Incorporated, owner of the New York Post, for granting permission
to use the journalism Paul Sann produced over the course of his
four-decade-plus Post career and for
use of photographs taken for The Post by my father and staff
Dr. Howard B.
Gotlieb, the late director of the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research
Center at Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University, who, in the early
1960s, first conceived of a "Paul Sann Collection" and approached
Sann with the revolutionary idea [to Sann at least] of saving things.
Pete Hamill, for writing and remembering; Warren Hoge, for original correspondence and keeping of the flame;
Helene Lisa Roach, family
historian and leading expert on P. Sann; Joseph
Wershba, adoring P. Sann friend, and Shirley Wershba, P. Sann
favorite; Anne Aquilina, for always making it easy; Myron Rushetzky, for being there; and Heidi A. Roos, for artistic
sensibility and room to move.