|Author:||Arthur S. Koykka|
|Title:||Project Remember: A National Index of Gravesites of Notable Americans|
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|Category:||Reference and Collections|
|Publisher:||Reference Pubns; Not Stated edition (May 1, 1986)|
Library of Congress Call Number: CT215. Personal Name: Koykka, Arthur . 1937-. Publication, Distribution, et. Algonac, MI. Reference Publications, (c)1986. Bibliography: p. 533-535. General Note: Includes index. Geographic Name: United States Biography. Rubrics: Sepulchral monuments United States Cemeteries. ISBN: 0313259569 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper) Publication & Distribution: New York.
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Koykka 1986, p. 377. ^ Levy 2010, pp. 59, 332. ^ Fine, Arlene (May 20, 2004). Maverick developer and philanthropist Bart Wolstein dies at 77". Cleveland Jewish News. Retrieved March 20, 2016. "Hundreds Attend Funeral Near Cleveland for Howard Metzenbaum". American Jewish Year Book. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America. Keiser, Robert D. (2011). Cleveland Architects Database (PDF). Cleveland: Cleveland Landmarks Commission. Koykka, Arthur S. (1986). Koykka of Lunenburg LUNENBURG - Arthur S. Koykka, son of Arthur A. Koykka and Lucie (Reynolds) Koykka, husband of Jean (Richardson) Koykka, father of Michael and Joel, passed away. Arthur compiled gravesite info and bios of notable Americans in the reference book "Project Remember," which can be found in the White House Library. He was also in demand as a public speaker on the subject of notable Americans and their final resting places. He accompanied many local musical theater productions and the Leonard Gaskins Chorale on piano, and was the organist for the First Baptist Church in Fitchburg for eight years. Mr. Koykka was a member of the . Gilbert and Sullivan Society and the Metropolitan Opera Guild
Gravecast is the premier blog, geared towards the gravesites of anyone famous, infamous, notable, and noteworthy. Detroit's Historic Elmwood Cemetery. May 7, 2011 ·. Upcoming Podcast Interview w/Arthur Koykka. Hey I just wanted to keep you all in the loop on some things. On Monday, May 9th. I’ll be interviewing noted author Arthur Koykka for episode 6 of the Graveside Stroll Grave Hunting Podcast. For those of you who didn’t know Arthur, wrote the book Project Remember: A National Ind. I’m working on landing an interview for an upcoming podcast with Arthur Koykka who is the author of the book Project Remember: A National Index of Gravesites of Notable Americans It would be a total honor to have Arthur on The Grave Hunting Podcast show. As he’s been involved i.
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