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Author Index: E - K

F | G | H | I | J | K |

Edberg, Rolf

Ek, Marianne E.

Eklund, Dara

Eklund, Gosta

Engelse, J. W.

Evans, Livija

Farthing, Ann

Fazelbhoy, Ahmed

Fekken, W.

Felthuis, Willy Ph.

Fergusson, Toni

Fernandez, Gene

Ferreira, Paulo F.

Fersch, Hans

Fischer, Gerhard

Flach, Peter

Foley, Timothy

Franklin, P.

Fussell, J. H.

Galanopoulou, Sisi

Geer, Hans

George, Virginia V.

Ghahremani, Homa A.

Glenn, Taylor

"Color the World One" (Oct/Nov 04)

Goldsworthy, Nadine Moore

Gomes, Michael

Gonggrijp, J. G.

Goop, Rune E.

Green, Elmer and Alyce

Groot, Herko

Guest, Lo

Hagelin, B.

Hailsham, Lord

Hall, Arnold M.

Hall, Caroline

Hall, Marjorie

Hall, Renee

Halliday, Grant

Hamann, Dorothea

Hanken, Frances

Harley, E.

Harrison, Hugh H.

Harrison, Ruth K.

Harrison, Vernon

Hart, A. Studley

Hart, Eloise

Hasbrouk, John S.

Havel, Vaclav

Hawk, Shawn

Haynes, George Emerson

Head, Trude

Hejka-Ekins, Jerry

Henne, Viola

Henry, T.


Hiltner, Richard E., MD

Hockinson, A. G.

Hockinson, Gertrude W.

Hodges, Leonard

Hollister, Warren

Holmes, Enoch A.

Hopkins, Doris

Horton, Barbara Curtis

Hostler, Constance

Hughes, Dirk

Hunt, Sarah

Immink, Phyllis

Jampolsky, Gerald G.

Jansma, Rudi

Johnson, Marilinda Taylor

Johnson, Paul

Johnston, Charles

Jones, Olive

Judge, William Q.

Juliana, Queen of The Netherlands

Kaviratna, Harischandra

Keller, Helen

K. H.

Kingsley, Peter

Kirby, Louis A.

K. L.

Klosterman, Audrey

Knoche, Grace F. (1909 - 2006)

Grace F. Knoche died peacefully at her home in Altadena, California, on February 18, 2006. As editorial assistant to James A. Long, founder of Sunrise, Grace was central to the magazine from its inception in 1951 and became editor on Mr. Long's death in 1971. For 55 years Sunrise has been shaped by her intelligence, wide-ranging interests, feeling for language, and desire to promote universal brotherhood as a practical reality in human life. Grace was born February 15, 1909 at the international headquarters of the Theosophical Society, then at Point Loma, California. There she attended the schools founded by Katherine Tingley, receiving a PhD from Theosophical University in 1944. In the 1930s and '40s she worked on the headquarters staff in the Press and in the secretarial and editorial departments. She also taught violin, Greek, Sanskrit, and Hebrew at Theosophical University, and painting and sculpture to younger students at the Lomaland School. After serving as private secretary to two leaders of the Theosophical Society, Colonel Arthur Conger and James A. Long, she became leader herself in 1971. Besides her many magazine articles, she authored three books: The Mystery Schools, To Light a Thousand Lamps, and Theosophy in the Qabbalah.

Knoche, Grace Green

Knowles, Lyle L.

Kozlovsky, Jan M.

Krauss, Ernst

Krauss, Heather

Kring, Walter Donald