Kendal Dodge Butler, David Dodges daughter, provided me with invaluable information, editorial advice,
corrections and clarifications, photographs, unflagging enthusiasm, and moral support. Read more about Kendal here.
Lewis Butler (www.butlerinstitute.com),
Kendals stepson, gave me web design assistance and advice and also arranged for the sites domain and server space at
Mary Scott, of the Library Graphics Office at the University
of California, Berkeley, helped me create many of the images found in these pages.
Mike Mages helped me edit the Home
Movies ... Heck, who are we kidding here? He did all of it. I just told him what I wanted and he made it happen. Thanks Mike!
Kendal Reynoso Lukrich, David Dodges granddaughter, has picked right up where her mother left off with her enthusiastic support.
Jean Buchanan, Oxford librarian, writer, and researcher extraordinaire, adapted To Catch a Thief for BBC Radio 4 and brought me along on the search for the Villa Noel Fleuri.
Jonathan Eeds, publisher of Bruin Books, gave me the opportunity to contribute to the publication of new editions of David Dodges books, a dream come true.
THANK YOU ALL!