In a 1933 letter to her friend Kate Crane-Gartz, Jacques Marchais wrote:
"If I can give the world something that would be uplifting and a genuine help,
perhaps, I should try."
Well, Jacques succeed and by 1947, opened the first museum in the United States solely dedicated to the art and culture of Tibet and the Himalayas. For more than 70 years, these buildings have housed Jacques' collection and her legacy, and we need you to help make sure they stand for another 70 years.
Please consider leaving your legacy on our donor tree, which is installed in Jacques' Library.
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