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Jay Parker's 70th Birthday Celebration

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Favorite Lincoln Institute Photos

Jay and Dolores with Brit Hume (received the "Lifetime Achievement Award") at The Phillips Foundation's (Tom Phillips of Human Events and Regnery Publishing) annual award dinner on Tuesday, May 12, 2009.

Jay and Dolores with Tom Phillips at The Phillips Foundation's (Tom Phillips of Human Events and Regnery Publishing) annual award dinner on Tuesday, May 12, 2009.

Jay and Dolores at The Phillips Foundation's (Tom Phillips of Human Events and Regnery Publishing) annual award dinner on Tuesday, May 12, 2009.

Jay Parker with conservative leaders E. Victor Milione, former president of Intercollegiate Studies Institute and William F. Buckley, Jr. of National Review. The Lincoln Institute commemorated these remarkable men after their passing in February of 2008 in the Lincoln Review Letter Vol. 12 No. 1 (January-February 2008 issue).

L-R Allan C. Brownfeld, Anne Wortham and Jay Parker get together during a rare visit by Prof. Wortham to the nation's capital. Dr. Wortham teaches Sociology at Illinois State University in Normal, IL.

The Washington Times Editorial Advisory Board 1982-1983

Jay Parker with Lincoln Institute Director Darin J. Waters and Michael J. Thompson, Vice-Chairman of the Fund for American Studies at The University Club in Washington, D.C.

Lincoln Institute Director, James B. Taylor with Jay Parker and Allan Ryskind, Editor of Human Events

The Parkers and The Walshes: Lincoln Institute Directors Thomas Patrick Walsh, Jr. and Jay Parker with their wives (Dolores & Sarah) in Philly

Jay Parker Visits Clarence Thomas in His Chambers at the Supreme Court in December 1992

Jay Parker and Clarence Thomas Sitting at the Parker's Kitchen Table (October 1991) Soon After the Senate Vote to Confirm Thomas as the 106th Member of the U.S. Supreme Court

1992 -- The Parkers, The Thomases & The Williamses

"Reunion" with Judge Clarence Thomas at Site of Haven Home School in Savannah, GA (Only Tree Is Left) Jay and Clarence Attended the School (12 Years Apart)

Jay and Dolores Parker with Fellow Philadelphia Society Member Prof. Eric Brodin

Jay Parker with Thomas Sowell of the Hoover Institution (1991)

Lincoln Institute Staffers Confer (Allan C. Brownfeld, Lori A. Saxon Zirkle & Jay Parker, 1991)

Jay Parker in Japan with the Late Great Robert J. Morris (Former President, University of Dallas, and Former Chief Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Internal Security)

Jay Parker with Fred Barnes of Fox News and the Weekly Standard (February 2005)

LI president Jay Parker and wife Dolores in Washington D.C. celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Fund for American Studies with (L-R) Robert Understein, former treasurer of FAS, TV personality Ben Stein, Tom Phillips of Phillips Publishing and Human Events (April 2007)

Jay and L.I. National Advisory Board Member Amb. Leon Weil

Alfred S. Regnery -- a founder of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) in 1960 is publisher of American Spectator and former president of Regnery Publishing, Inc. --autographs his new book, "Upstream: The Ascendance of American Conservatism" for Jay Parker at a recent Frank Meyer Society dinner meeting. (March 2008)

Jay Parker visits with one of his heroes, Richard C. Cornuelle at his home in New York City. Mr. Cornuelle, in his book, Reclaiming the American Dream (first published in 1965) set forth the basic functions and roles of the three sectors of our American society -- public (government(s); private (profit-making entities); and independent(voluntary associations). Jay, after reading Cornuelle's book in 1965 became a "professional volunteer" beginning in the early 1970s. Thank you Mr. Cornuelle!

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