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Smithsonian Year 1989 Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press 
Washington, D.C. 



Smithsonian Year 1989 Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press 
Washington, D.C. 



Contents 



Chronology 5 

Appendix i. Members of the Smithsonian Councils, Boards, 41 

Commissions, September 30, 1989 

Appendix 2. Visitors to Smithsonian Institution Museums in 55 

Fiscal Year 1989 

Appendix 3. Academic, Research Training, and Internship Appointments 57 

in Fiscal Year 1989 

Appendix 4. Publications of the Smithsonian Institution Press in 125 

Fiscal Year 1989 

Appendix 5 . Publications of the Staff of the Smithsonian Institution 1 3 3 

and Its Subsidiaries in Fiscal Year 1989 

Appendix 6. The Smithsonian Institution and Its Subsidiaries, 258 

September 30, 1989 

Appendix 7. Donors to the Smithsonian Institution in Fiscal Year 1989 314 

Appendix 8. Contributing Members of the Smithsonian Institution in 416 

Fiscal Year 1989 



Note. The arrangement of bureau listings within the individual appendixes is not alphabetical but 
rather follows the organization of the Smithsonian Institution as shown on the next page. 

The pages of this Supplement were photomechanical!)' reproduced from typescript provided by the 
bureaus and the offices. 



Smithsonian Institution 



Establishment, Board of Regents, 
Executive Committee, and the Secretary 

Office of the Secretary 

Office of the Under Secretary 

Office of the Inspector General 

Office of the General Counsel 

Office of the Treasurer 
Research 

International Center 

Joseph Henry Papers 

National Zoological Park 

Office of American Studies 

Office of Fellowships and Grants 

Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center 

Smithsonian Institution Archives 

Smithsonian Institution Libraries 

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
Museums 

Anacosna Museum 

Archives of American An 

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

Freer Gallery of An 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 

National Air and Space Museum 

National Museum of African An 

National Museum of American An 

National Museum of American History 

National Museum of Natural History /National Museum 
of Man 

National Ponrait Gallery 

Office of Exhibits Central 

Office of Homculture 

Office of Museum Programs 

Office of the Registrar 

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition 
Service 



Public Service 

National Demonstration Laboratory for 
Interactive Educational Technologies 

National Science Resources Center 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 

Office of Folklife Programs 

Office of Interdisciplinary Studies 

Office of Public Affairs 

Office of Telecommunications 

Smithsonian Institution Press 

Smithsonian Internship Council 

Smithsonian Magazine 

"Smithsonian World" 

University of the Air 

Visitor Information and Associates' Reception 
Center 
External Affairs 

Office of Membership and Development 

Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates 

Smithsonian National Associate Program 

Smithsonian Resident Associate Program 

Office of Special Events 

Office of Congressional Liaison 
Institutional Initiatives 
Administration 

Administrative and Support Activities 

Smithsonian Institution Women's Council 
Under Separate Boards of Trustees 

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 

National Gallery of Art 

Reading Is Fundamental 

Woodrow Wilson International Center for 

Scholars 



Smithsonian Year 1989 
Chronology 



The following is a representative selection of Smithsonian events and milestones 
during the fiscal year 1988-89. 

October 

Outreach: The Office of Public Affairs produced a panel exhibit for the National 
Indian Education Association conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This was the 
Institution's first participation in this national conference and included a 
booth and presentation by Secretary Adams and other Smithsonian staff as part of 
the program. 

October 

Visitor: Nigerian artist Sokari Douglas Camp spent three weeks at the museum 
(into November) overseeing the installation of the exhibition "Echoes of the 
Kalahari: Sculpture by Sokari Douglas Camp." 

October 

Federal Appropriations: The Institution established a no-year federal account in 
the fiscal year 1989 budget to facilitate the development and acquisition of 
major scientific instrumentation. Initial funds will go to the development of 
the Astrophysical Observatory's submiilimeter telescope and the conversion of the 
multiple-mirror telescope. 

October 

Publication: Smit/isonian Institution Equal Opportunity Report, October 1988 
was published by the Office of Equal Opportunity as the first in a series of 
semiannual reports to the congressional appropriations committees. 

October 

Publication: Crossroads of Continents, by William Fitzhugh and Aron Crowell, 
based on the Smithsonian exhibition of the same name, was published. The book 
became the best-selling title of fiscal year 1988-89 for Smithsonian Institution 
Press' University Press Division. 

October 

Publication: Best Addresses, by James Goode, was published. This book 
garnered much critical praise and became the first Smithsonian Institution Press 
book to appear on the Washington Post best-seller list. 



October 

Seminar: The Office of Interdiscipinary Studies presented a seminar called 
"Metascience, Ethoscience— What Is Science Anyway?" as part of its "Ways of 
Knowing" series of interdisciplinary discussions for staff and fellows. 

October 

New Design: A new landscape plan with furnishings was developed for the north 
front of the Smithsonian Institution "Castle" Building by the Office of 
Horticulture. 

October 

Album Release: Smithsonian/Folkways completed its first album, "Folkways: The 
Original Vision." The album includes original recordings by Woody Guthrie and 
Leadbelly from the Columbia Records album "Folkways: A Vision Shared," plus other 
selections. 

October 1 

Milestone: The Office of Public Affairs launched its comprehensive Native 
American Media Outreach Program with the arrival of an American Indian intern, 
supported by the Smithsonian Educational Outreach Program. The program is 
designed to carry information both to and from American Indian communities. 

October 1 

High School Project: A pilot project, "African Art for High School Students," 
brought together dynamic students from throughout the city for instruction in the 
arts and culture of Africa. The ten-week project was funded by a grant from the 
Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates. 

October 3 

Milestone: A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the official dedication of the 
Smithsonian's first child care center, in which thirty-five children between the 
ages of two and five were enrolled. A scholarship pool was established to assist 
low-income parents. 

October 4-5 

Colloquium: The Smithsonian's Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, together with 
the General Foods Fund and Winrock International, sponsored a colloquium titled 
"Completing the Food Chain: Strategies for Combating Hunger and Malnutrition." 
The event was held in conjunction with the awarding of the World Food Prize. 

October 7 

Exhibition: "On the Air: Pioneers of American Broadcasting," a major exhibition 
reflecting the history of early radio and television through portraiture, opened 
at the National Portrait Gallery. 



October 8 

Exhibition: The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery's first acquisition of Japanese art, a 
spectacular late eighteenth- to early nineteenth-century ceremonial palanquin, 
was placed on public display, along with the gallery's first acquisition of 
Japanese paintings, a pair of seventeenth-century six-panel screens. 

October 13 

Exhibition: "Portraits of the American Law," the first exhibition of the history 
of the American political system through portraits, opened at the National 
Portrait Gallery. 

October 14-29 

International Tour: The Cooper-Hewitt Museum conducted an architectural study 
tour to historic and contemporary landmarks in Hungary, Austria, Czechoslovakia, 
and Germany, providing an in-depth survey of Central European contributions in 
architecture and design. 

October 18 

Acquisition: The Zoo's Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal, 
Virginia, received three male and three female black-footed ferrets. The center 
was one of two picked by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to receive the 
nearly extinct ferrets for the purpose of starting a breeding program. 

October 24 

Appointment: After a wide-ranging search, Dr. Milo C Beach was named director 
of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art. Dr. Beach, a 
distinguished scholar of the painting of India, was acting director of both 
museums for a year prior to the appointment. He served as assistant director of 
the Sackler Gallery from 1984 to 1987. 

October 25 

Special Project: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries introduced automated 
circulation with borrowers' cards and bar-coded books. The African Art Branch 
was the first to go on line. The automated circulation data base improves 
accountability and security and provides accurate data about the use of the 
Libraries' collections. 

October 27 

Exhibition: "To Color America: Portraits by Winold Reiss," a major exhibition of 
images of African Americans and American Indians, as well as some Asians and 
Mexicans, opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 



October 28 

Symposium: "Alberto Giacometti: An Internationa] Symposium," at which four 
leading American and European scholars explored aspects of the renowned Swiss 
sculptor's life and work, was held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. 
The symposium was cosponsored by the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program. 

October 31 

Reintroduction: Fifteen endangered golden lion tamarins left the National Zoo 
for reintroduction into Brazil. This was the fourth release since 1984. To 
date, sixty-one tamarins have been returned to the wild. 

October 31 

Milestone: The New York offices of the Archives of American Art moved to the 
newly constructed Equitable Center complex at 1285 Avenue of the Americas. In 
celebration of the move, an opening preview of the new spaces was held, along 
with an exhibition of original Archives material related to the 1913 Armory 
Show. 

October 31 

Milestone: The Cooper-Hewitt Museum officially welcomed newly appointed director 
Dianne H. Pilgrim. Mrs. Pilgrim was formerly chairman of the Department of 
Decorative Arts at the Brooklyn Museum in New York. 

November 

Acquisition: The Walt Disney Company donated six of the earliest drawings of 
Mickey Mouse to the National Museum of American History. The drawings are from 
the first completely synchronized sound cartoon, "Steamboat Willie," first shown 
in 1928. 

November 

Milestone: The James Smithson Society launched a new program, the Secretary's 
Circle, to assist with membership recruitment nationwide. This special volunteer 
group of members of the Society and of the National Board of Smithsonian 
Associates consists of forty-eight representatives throughout the United States. 

November 

Appointment: Joseph Carper was appointed director of the Smithsonian National 
Associate Program. 

November 

Microfilming Project: Filming started for "Books of the Fairs," with a selection 
of some two thousand books from the collections of the Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries. The microfilmed set will be accessible to scholars worldwide. 



November 

Research: An Institute for Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics was 
established at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, 
Massachusetts, under a grant from the National Science Foundation. 

November 

Agreement: The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service entered into 
an agreement with the USSR Ministry of Culture for the development, organization, 
and travel of "Moscow: Treasures and Traditions," an exhibition of two hundred 
objects produced by artisans and craftsmen from the sixteenth to early twentieth 
centuries. It will be on view in the United States beginning in June 1990. 

November 1 

Premiere: Discovery Theater's original production of "Rosa Parks: Speaking Out" 
made its debut. The show explored the life of a black woman who helped spark the 
civil rights movement in the United States in the 1960s. The production was also 
noteworthy for its incorporation of American Sign Language. Fiscal year 1989 
represented the highest registration ever achieved by Discovery Theater. 

November 2 

Lecture: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries presented a public lecture titled 
"E pluribus unum. Do the Washington Metropolitan Area Universities Need A 
Super-Library?" Paul Vassallo, executive director of the Washington Research 
Library Consortium, was the speaker. 

November 3 

Special Event: A black tie dinner was held in the New York City Equitable Center 
complex to honor Archives of American Art Trustee Benjamin D. Holloway, who was 
responsible for securing office space for the Archives in this new complex. 
Proceeds from the evening benefited the Archives' New York Regional Center. 

November 14 

Exhibition and Publication: Co-organized by the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and the 
Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, "Courts and Colonies: The William and Mary 
Style in Holland, England and America" opened in New York under the gracious 
patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet of the Netherlands. The show 
celebrated the 300th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution. Assembled by an 
international team of curators, it included more than 250 works of art, 
architectural prints, drawings, furniture, ceramics, and silver from the late 
seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. 

November 14 

Meeting: Andrei Sakharov, renowned Soviet dissident, member of the Presidium of 
the USSR Academy of Sciences, and a deputy to the USSR Congress of People's 
Deputies, spoke at a meeting organized by the Kennan Institute for Advanced 
Russian Studies of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. 
Sakharov died December 14, 1989. 



November 19-23 

Special Event: One hundred and eighty Smithsonian Contributing Members 
participated in a weekend program during which they visited selected exhibits 
with museum directors and curators. A similar program was held May 3-7. 

November 20 

Exhibition: "A Jeweler's Eye: Islamic Arts of the Book" showed 160 works from 
the Henri Vever collection of Persian and Indian paintings and manuscripts at the 
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. This was the first public display since its purchase 
in 1986. 

December 

Kudos: Ciacometti, by Valerie Fletcher, which is based on a Hirshhorn Museum 
and Sculpture Garden exhibition, was called "the most elegant art book of the 
year" by National Public Radio. 

December 

Exhibition: The Smithsonian Resident Associate Program's first exhibition of its 
commissioned art, "RAP Commission Art," opened in the Escalator Gallery of the S. 
Dillon Ripley Center. The exhibition celebrated special Smithsonian and citywide 
events. It featured sixteen lithographs, serigraphs, and posters by many well- 
known artists, including Alexander Calder, Gene Davis, Nancy Graves, Sam Gilliam, 
Larry Rivers, Robert Indiana, Richard Haas, and Willem De Looper. 

December 

Grants: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries received two grants from the 
Atherton Seidell Endowment Fund. One grant supports publication of the Libraries 
lecture, "Alchemical Death and Resurrection: Alchemy in the Age of Newton," by 
Professor B. J. T Dobbs of Northwestern University. The second grant supports 
the publication of Books of the Fairs, a comprehensive reference guide, to a 
microfilm set of some two thousand books on international expositions. 

December 

Acquisition: The Henry and Ludmilla Shapiro Collection of Soviet Porcelains, 
comprising more than 250 examples of tablewares and figural porcelains from the 
time of the Russian Revolution to the present, was purchased with assistance from 
the Regents' CoDections Acquisitions Fund and matched by funds raised by the 
Cooper-Hewitt Museum's Decorative Arts Association. 

December 

Special Events: The Anacostia Museum sponsored a month-long series of programs 
celebrating Kwanzaa, the African American holiday based on African harvest 
celebrations. 



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December 

Dedication: A tree was planted in front of the Arts and Industries Building and 
dedicated in memory of Joseph Coudon VII, special assistant to the secretary of 
the Smithsonian. 

December 

Exhibition: The Smithsonian held its twelfth annual "Trees of Christmas" 
exhibition. 

December 2 

Exhibition and Symposium: "Perpetual Motif: The Art of Man Ray" opened at the 
National Museum of American Art. This major retrospective of the works of one of 
the founding fathers of modernism, a pioneer of both dada and surrealism, 
included 268 paintings, works on paper, photographs, films, and objects. In an 
all-day symposium, an international panel of scholars, artists, and critics 
discussed the importance of these avant-garde movements. 

December 5 

Endangered Species: Survey findings were released by the Center for Plant 
Conservation indicating that more than 250 species of America's plants may become 
extinct in the next one to five years. The announcement was made at a news 
conference at the Smithsonian, which conducted the first such survey in 1973. 

December 12 

Designation: In a small ceremony, the 280-seat Hirshhorn auditorium was named 
the Marion and Gustave Ring Auditorium, in acknowlegement of a recent significant 
donation of art from the collection of this late Washington, D.C, couple. 

December 14 

Exhibition: "Gerhard Richter," a major retrospective honoring one of Europe's 
leading avant-garde artists, opened at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 
in its only East Coast showing. The exhibition was co-organized by the Art 
Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. 

December 17 

Special Event: As a special winter holiday event, Camille Saint-Saens' "Carnival 
of Animals" was performed in the National Zoo's Education Building Auditorium by 
pianists Ann Joseph and Natalie Ross. 

December 21 

Acquisition: The USSR donated an eight-foot model of a Proton launch vehicle to 
the National Air and Space Museum. The Proton rocket has launched all the Soviet 
space stations and planetary probes since 1965. 



January 

Renovation: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries completed the last stages of 
its renovation project begun in 1986. 

January 

New Project: The Smithsonian Institution Press launched a twelve-volume 
continuity series, The Smithsonian Guides to Historic America, which was 
developed in association with an outside publisher and the National Museum of 
American History. It is the first multivolume project undertaken by Smithsonian 
Books, the direct mail arm of the Smithsonian Institution Press. 

January 

Nomination: "Hoagy Carmichael," an album released by the Recordings Division of 
the Smithsonian Institution Press, received two Grammy nominations. 

January 

Publication: The three-volume study The Great Tzotzil Dictionary of Santo 
Domingo Zinacantan, with Grammatical Analysis and Historical Commentary, by 
Robert M. Laughlin with John B. Haviland, was published in Smithsonian 
Contributions to Anthropology', a federally funded monograph series. 

January 

Record Release: "American Musical Theater," a boxed set of recordings that 
chronicles the development of this distinctively American art form, was released 
by Smithsonian Institution Press and received broad national attention. 

January 

Radio Project: Joining with the Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium, 
the Office of Telecommunications received a planning grant from the Corporation 
for Public Broadcasting to begin work on a thirteen-part series for the Columbus 
Quincentenary to explore this event from the Native American perspective. 

January 

Special Event: The secretary hosted a dinner at the National Portrait Gallery to 
celebrate the inauguration of the Smithsonian Quincentenary Program. 

January 

Special Event: The secretary and the Smithsonian Cultural Education Committee 
hosted a lecture, performance, and reception at the National Museum of Natural 
History to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 



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January 

Planning: The Board of Regents approved the Five Year Prospectus, Fiscal Years 
1990-1994. The Prospectus calls for several programs: increased emphasis on 
identifying and pursuing construction and facilities repair priorities in future 
years, further attention to selected programmatic needs in areas such as 
scientific instrumentation and other technical forms of support, and the 
successful organization and conduct of events surrounding the forthcoming 
Columbus Quincentenary commemorations. 

January 

Special Event: The Presidential Inaugural Ball and the Vice-President's 
pre-inaugural reception were held at the National Air and Space Museum and the 
National Museum of American History, respectively. The Office of Protection 
Services, in close cooperation with the Secret Service, provided protection 
services for both events. 

January 

Community Training: In its ongoing commitment to work with museum educators and 
staff in the planning and collaboration of exhibition-related community programs, 
the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service conducted workshops in 
Florida, Mississippi, Michigan, and Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the 
exhibitions "Field to Factor)': Afro-American Migrations, 1915-1940"; "Frank Lloyd 
Wright: Preserving an Architectural Heritage"; and "Inside Active Volcanoes: 
Kilauea and Mount St. Helens." 

January 

Publication: Contemporary Indian Tradition: Voices on Culture, Nature, and the 
Challenge of Change was published by Smithsonian Institution Press in the United 
States and by Oxford University Press in India. The book is based on the 1985 
Festival of India symposium, "The Canvas of Culture: Rediscovery of the Past As 
Adaptation for the Future." 

January 4 

Milestone: At approximately 3:15 p.m., the majestic linden tree that dominated 
the Enid A. Haupt Garden behind the Smithsonian Castle Building fell, a victim of 
old age and high winds. 

January 5 

Construction: A three-year construction and renovation project began at the 
Freer Gallery of Art to expand conservation and collections storage space and 
allow passage between the Freer and the Sackler Galleries by connecting 
underground gallery space. 

January 10 

Special Event: The Office of Quincentenary Programs and the Office of the 
Secretary jointly hosted a dinner for the Ibero-American cultural attaches to 
inaugurate the Smithsonian's collaboration with Ibero-American embassies. 



January 11 

Award: The ninth Charles Lang Freer Medal was awarded to Alexander Coburn Soper 
TTT of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Dr. Soper is an 
educator, writer, and editor widely recognized for his prolific contributions to 
the field of Asian art history. 

January 15 

Exhibition: "Inspiration, 1961-1988," featuring the works of local artists, 

opened at the Anacostia Museum. The exhibition included a variety of films and 

videos on African American art and artists. 

January 16 

Event: The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Service sponsored the 
third Smithsonian observance of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jack 
Tchen, director of the Asian Pacific Studies Center, Queens College, and 
cofounder of the New York Chinatown History Project was the featured speaker. 

January 24 

Exhibition and Publication: "American Drawings from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum: 
Training the Hand and Eye" began its national tour in New York. The exhibition 
presents seventy-five drawings, watercolors, and oil sketches dating from the 
1830s to the 1930s. Accompanied by a catalogue of the same title, the exhibition 
will travel under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Service 
through the fall of 1990. 

January 27 

Appointment: Rep. Jamie L. Whitten (D-Miss.) was appointed a member of the 
Smithsonian Board of Regents. 

January 30 

Press Conference: Secretary Adams announced a television series focusing on 
Latin American culture, which will be the centerpiece of the Institution's 
Columbus Quincentenary program. Mexican author Carlos Fuentes will write and 
narrate the programs. The press conference was organized by the Office of Public 
Affairs. 

February 

Space Flight: A high-resolution camera proposed by a team of Smithsonian 
scientists and engineers was selected as one of three focal-plane instruments for 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Advanced X-ray Astrophysics 
Facility now scheduled for launch in the mid-1990s. 



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February 

Service: An international astronomical data base operated by the Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory, with support from the National Science Foundation and 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, became operational. The data 
base is for North American users. 

February 

Reorganization: The new director of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service, Anna Cohn, introduced a staff reorganization based on teams 
for exhibition organization, interpretation, production, and registration. 
Additional support is provided by SITES service groups: publications, public 
relations, scheduling, and administration. 

February 

Collection: The collection of the late John M. and Lucy McLuckie of Coal City, 
Illinois, of more than 2,500 Paleozoic Era specimens of coal-swamp flora and 
fauna was donated to the National Museum of Natural History by the McLuckie 
children. Most of the material is of exceptional quality and spectacular size, 
including several one-of-a-kind and rare imprints. 

February 

Publication: History of Indian-White Relations, volume 4 in the National 
Museum of Natural History's encyclopedic Handbook of North American Indians, 
was published. The book traces the history of Indian and white relations in 
North America from Colonial days to the present and includes political, military, 
economic, and religious issues. 

February 

Broadcast: Through the auspices of the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, 
Radio America aired an eight-part series of programs based on the March 1988 
symposium "Afro-Americans and the Evolution of a Living Constitution." The 
program was distributed to more than three hundred radio stations nationwide and 
won an award from the Bicentennial Leadership Project. 

February 

Radio: Radio commercials were produced by the Office of Public Affairs and 
placed on two Washington, D.C., radio stations with predominantly African 
American audiences. The ads offered information on the Smithsonian and its Black 
History Month activities and, in cooperation with the Metropolitan Transit 
Authority, a free subway farecard to visit the Smithsonian. 



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February 1 

Lecture Series: Daniel Buren, the French conceptual artist, discussed his newly 
completed Hirshhorn WORKS project and other commissions in the inaugural talk in 
a new "Focus" series. Providing a monthly forum for artists and curators 
involved with Hirshhorn exhibitions, the "Focus" series later featured artists 
Ericka Beckman, Buster Simpson, Mel Chin, Houston Conwill, Keith Sonnier, 
Director James T. Demetrion, and Ned Rifkin, chief curator for exhibitions. 

February 3 

Milestone: The development of a collaborative program in conservation studies 
involving Japanese and U.S. scientists was announced by the Smithsonian and the 
Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs. 

February 10 

Visit: Members of the Donetsk State Opera and Ballet Theater visited the 

National Air and Space Museum. Secretary Adams hosted a reception for the troupe 

in the Castle building. 

February 16 

Concert: An evening of Persian music on the tar and setar by Dariush Dolat-shahi 
was the first event in a free, public two-month celebration of Persian art and 
culture cosponsored by the Arthur M. Sackier Gallery and the Foundation for 
Iranian Studies. Also included in the celebration were calligraphy and 
illumination workshops, lectures, and an evening of reading from the tenth- 
century Persian epic poem, the Shahnama. 

February 17 

Exhibition: The Art of Paul Manship" opened at the National Museum of American 
Art. The exhibition was illuminated by a book on Manship by National Museum of 
American Art curator Harry Rand. The exhibition will tour to seven locations over 
the next three years, concluding at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. 

February 19 

Black History Month: As part of a series of public programs at the National 
Museum of American Art, the Howard University Jazz Ensemble presented a concert 
that was foDowed by a lecture on the influence of jazz on twentieth-century art. 
The lecture was given by Gwen Everett of the museum staff. Later in the month, 
E. Ethelbert Miller, director of the Afro-American Resource Center at Howard 
University, gave a reading of his poems, and Dr. Regenia A. Perry, professor of 
art history at Virginia Commonwealth University, lectured on masterworks by 
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February 20 

Workshop: A field workshop on the "Reconstruction of Precolumbian Subsistence in 
the Humid American Tropics" for Latin American archaeologists was held at the 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute from February 20 through April 2. The 
seminar was coordinated by institute archaeologist Richard Cooke. Participants 
came from Panama. Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and 
Venezuela. 

February 21-24 

Conference: The Office of Protection Services hosted the twelfth Annual National 
Conference on Museum Security. The conference identified many shared concerns 
and problems in the area of museum security and served as a forum for 
participants to share solutions to those problems. 

February 24 

Benefit: The preview reception for USArt, an annual San Francisco exhibition and 
sale of eighteenth- to twentieth-century American art, benefited the West Coast 
Regional Center of the Archives of American Art. 

March 

Grants: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries received funds awarded by the 
Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates to support two projects: 
conservation of a fifteen-volume set of nineteenth-century Indian textile samples 
now in the collections of the Cooper-Hewitt Branch and assistance with the 
publication of an illustrated lecture, "Alchemical Death and Resurrection: 
Alchemy in the Age of Newton," by Professor B. J. T. Dobbs of Northwestern 
University. 

March 

Restoration: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries Book Conservation Laboratory 
began restoring James Smithson's personal library that consists of about one 
hundred surviving books of the Institution's founder. 

March 

Symposium: The World of Samuel Beckett" was explored in a three-day symposium 
cosponsored by the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program, the Forum of 
Psychiatry and the Humanities, the Washington School of Psychiatry, the Forum for 
the Psychoanalytic Study of Film, and the Visual Press, University of Maryland. 
Highlights of the symposium were the video premieres of "Waiting For Godot" and 
"Krapp's Last Tape," which was recently performed in Paris with the involvement 
and imprimatur of Beckett himself. 



March 

Glasnost: The Smithsonian Resident Associate Program opened the Glasnost Film 
Festival series, which featured the American premiere of new Soviet 
documentaries. The series was introduced by Leonid Gurevich, chairman, 
Documentary Film Section, USSR Union of Cinematographers. Gurevich led a 
delegation of Soviet filmmakers and directors to the premiere evening. 

March 

Publication: Jeremy B. C. Jackson, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
marine scientist, and F. K. McKinney published the book Bryozoan Evolution, 
which presents complete descriptions of major patterns of evolution of bryozoan 
colony forms. The book contains much new data on the implications of the 
evolutionary changes adopted by bryozoans and will serve as an important 
reference source for specialists in the fields of paleontology, marine ecology, 
and invertebrate zoology. 

March 

Season Premiere: "Here at the Smithsonian," the Institution's series of short 
television features, began its seventh season. Nationwide, 175 television 
stations subscribe. 

March 2 

Special Celebration: The National Zoo celebrated its one-hundredth birthday with 
a parade through the Zoo grounds, birthday greetings from civic leaders, and the 
cutting of a centennial cake by First Lady Barbara Bush. 

March 7 

Anniversary Celebrations: President George Bush addressed participants at the 
twentieth anniversary celebration of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for 
Scholars. Other speakers included Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, who was 
involved in the original planning of the Center and served as vice chairman of 
its Board of Trustees from 1971 to 1976; Secretary of State James Baker, 
currently a member of the Board of Trustees; William J. Baroody, Jr., chairman of 
the Board of Trustees; and Charles Blitzer, director of the Center. 

March 12 

Seminar: The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies organized a seminar at the 
Library of Congress titled "Patterns in History and the Rise and Fall of 
Nations." 

March 15 

Acquisitions: The opening of the exhibition "Recent Acquisitions: 1986-198S" at 
the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden showed for the first time newly 
acquired works by Daniel Vladimir Baranoff-Rossine, Ernst Barlach, Sandro Chia, 
Lucian Freud, Nancy Graves, Oto Gutfreund, Jasper Johns, Martin Puryear, Yves 
Tinguely, and others. Not included in the exhibition, but also acquired during 
fiscal year 1989, were important works by Sigmar Polke and Anish Kapoor. 



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March 19 

Special Event: Seal Day, with special talks and demonstrations to increase 
public awareness of the need to conserve seals, was held at the National Zoo. 

March 20 

Product Licensing: Smithsonian announced a licensing agreement with Century 
Furniture Co. of Hickory, North Carolina, that allows reproductions of 
eighteenth- and nineteenth-century furniture selected from the Smithsonian 
collections. 

March 23-26 

Symposium: The Office of Folklife Programs sponsored a symposium titled "Seeds 
of Commerce: Cultural and Economic Exchange in the Caribbean." It is the second 
in a series of three Quincentenary symposia. Held in Santiago de Cuba under the 
auspices of the Casa del Caribe, presentations examined the impact of Colonial 
plantation systems on the development of folklife and culture in Caribbean 
societies. 

March 29-30 

Exhibition: "L'Art de Vivre: Decorative Arts and Design in France, 1789-1989" 
opened at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum with a preview on March 29 and a public 
opening the following day. The landmark exhibition, which celebrates the 
bicentennial of the French Revolution, was funded by a generous grant from the 
Comite Colbert. It was the first exhibition since 1976 to fill the entire 
museum; it was accompanied by a publication of the same title. 

April 

Program: Nobel Laureate Dr. James D. Watson spoke to a capacity audience on 
"Mapping the Human Genome." The event was sponsored by the Smithsonian Resident 
Associate Program. 

April 

Performances: The Duke Ellington Festival at the National Museum of American 
History presented more than thirty-five performances of Ellington's music by 
renowned jazz artists; the festival also included films and a symposium. 

April 

Video Release: "The Magnificent Whales," the first video production from the 
Smithsonian Institution Press, was released through Smithsonian Books. 

April 

Research: Nearly two decades after the Apollo astronauts returned the first 
samples of lunar soil, a Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory geologist has 
identified a rock type--cordierite--not previously seen in any of the lunar soil 
samples. 



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April 

Instrumentation: A fifth Automatic Photoelectric Telescope was installed at the 
Smithsonian's Whipple Observatory in Arizona, where it will be used in 
cooperative programs to observe variable stars. 

April 

Laboratory: The National Museum of Natural History's new Laboratory of Molecular 
Systematics became fully operational, providing a powerful new thrust to the 
museum's programs in systematic and evolutionary biology and making possible 
biochemical and molecular genetic studies of DNA and proteins. The laboratory, 
located at the Museum Support Center in Suitland, Maryland, is directed by Dr. 
Michael Braun. 

April 

Installation: The Office of Horticulture installed a recently restored 
nineteenth-century fountain titled "Boy With Sword" in the rotunda of the Arts 
and Industries Building. 

April 

Latino Outreach: "Descubra el Smithsonian," an Office of Telecommunications 
pilot series of two-minute capsules for Spanish-language television, premiered at 
the National Hispanic Media Conference in Puerto Rico. 

April 

Endowment: The Global Environmental Endowment Fund was created to support 
research, conservation, training, and public education in the field of global 
environmental studies at the Smithsonian, including biological diversity, faunal 
and floral conservation, protection of endangered species, and biotic adaptation 
to global change. 

April 

Special Event: The assistant secretary for public service and the National 
Cancer Institute hosted an awards presentation and reception in the Arts and 
Industries Building in observance of National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. 

April 

Move: The Office of Personnel Administration moved to new quarters at L'Enfant 
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April 

Publication: Global Volcanism 1975-85: The First Decade of Reports from the 
Smithsonian Institution's Scientific Events Alert Network (SEAN) was published. 
Edited by National Museum of Natural History researchers Lindsay McClelland, Tom 
Simkin, Marjorie Summers, Elizabeth Nielsen, and Thomas C. Stein, this 672-page 
book is the most complete record ever assembled of all known volcanic events in 
the world—both major and minor-during a ten-year period. 

April 5 

Grant: The National Portrait Gallery received a grant from the Smithson Society 
and Mrs. J. Paul Austin to purchase the Richard Avedon portfolio of seventy-three 
photographs. 

April 5 

Visit: President George Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir toured 
the National Air and Space Museum and later saw "To Fly!" the museum's ever- 
popular IMAX film about the history of flight. 

April 6 

Exhibition: "The Ceremonial Court," a new permanent exhibition, opened at the 
National Museum of American History. The entrance recreates the front corridor 
of the White House as it looked during the administration of Theodore Roosevelt. 
The exhibition includes a number of original elements from the White House. 
Galleries within hold first ladies gowns, presidential artifacts, jewelry, 
pottery, and other objects from collections throughout the museum. 

April 7 

Exhibition: The Boat Show: Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages" opened at the 
Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of American Art. The exhibition included 
eighteen three-dimensional objects by fifteen contemporary artists who drew upon 
a legacy of maritime imagery and symbolism. The public was invited to watch five 
artists assemble their large-scale works from such diverse materials as wood, 
glass, metal, hay, and twine. 

April 10 

Installation: The Daguerre Monument," Jonathan Scott Hartley's large sculpture 
honoring Louis Daguerre, the French pioneer of photography, was unveiled and 
placed on view on the Seventh Street side of the National Portrait Gallery and 
the National Museum of American Art. 

April 15 

Exhibition: "Isamu Noguchi Portrait Sculpture," the first retrospective of a 
major Japanese American sculptor, opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 



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April 16 

Donation: The National Air and Space Museum accepted the promise of a supersonic 
Concorde airplane from Air France as part of the commemoration of the 
bicentennial of the French Revolution. The airplane will become part of the 
museum's collection after it has been retired from active service. 

April 19 

Exhibition: A full-scale structural and dynamic test vehicle for the Hubble 
Space Telescope was installed in the National Air and Space Museum's Space Hall. 
The Space Telescope, the largest orbiting observatory ever built, will provide 
deep space images with ten times the clarity and fifty times the light 
sensitivity of the best ground-based telescopes. 

April 19-22 

Hispanic Media Conference: The Office of Public Affairs, in conjunction with the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Service, coordinated the preparation 
of an exhibit for the Seventh Annual National Hispanic Media Conference in San 
Juan, Puerto Rico, along with a reception and the appearance of Secretary Adams 
as a keynote banquet speaker. Twelve hundred reporters attended the conference. 
A new bilingual brochure on Latino resources at the Smithsonian, produced by the 
Office of Public Affairs, was distributed at the conference. 

April 22 

International Conference: "New Approaches to Persian Art and Culture" explored 
the significant themes that have emerged from recent scholarly research in 
Persian art and culture. The day-long event featured five papers and a panel 
discussion by internationally known scholars of Persian art, culture, and 
languages. 

April 27 

Exhibition: Organized by the National Museum of American Art, "The Photography 
of Invention: American Pictures of the 1980s" opened in celebration of the 150th 
anniversary of photography. The exhibition included recent works by ninety 
artists (six works were especially created for the show) emphasizing the new 
versatility and inventiveness of the medium. The exhibition later traveled to 
Chicago and Minneapolis. 

April 27 

Announcement: The National Air and Space Museum announced plans for a major new 
large-format IMAX film on space that wUl focus on the beauty of the Earth and 
the fragility of its environmental systems. "Blue Planet," produced in 
cooperation with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will feature 
scenes shot on several space shuttle flights by astronauts trained to use the 
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April 28 

Award: Dr. Edward J. Nygren, director of the Smith College Museum of Art, was 
selected as the first recipient of the Charles C. Eldredge Prize for outstanding 
scholarship in American art. Established by the American Art Forum, a patron's 
support organization of the National Museum of American Art, it is given in honor 
of the museum's former director, who founded the forum in 1985. 

April 29 

Film: The opening of the third Washington, D.C., International Filmfest was held 
at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The filmfest was sponsored by the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Service, and the Asian Pacific 
American Heritage Committee served as host. 

May 

Space Flight: The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory received a four-year, 
$17 million contract to build and operate the Submillimeter Wave Astronomy 
Satellite, which will study how molecular clouds in the Milky Way collapse to 
form stars and planets. 

May 

Exhibition: "Men and Women: A History of Costume, Gender, and Power" opened at 
the National Museum of American History. The exhibition chronicles the history 
of costume and fashion in American history while probing the changing-and, in 
some cases, unchanging-standards of appearance and behavior for men and women. 

May 

Appointment: Edgardo Maravi was appointed the first development officer for the 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Mr. Maravi trained as an agronomist at 
the Universidad Agraria in Tingo Maria, Peru. 

May 

Program: National Museum of Natural History Director Frank Talbot hosted a 
reception for thirty guests at the Smithsonian's Barney Studio House to introduce 
the museum's new Director's Circle, a high-level membership program designed to 
introduce individuals to behind-the-scenes activities at the National Museum of 
Natural History. 

May 

Special Event: Secretary Adams and the Ambassador of France hosted a reception 
to celebrate the display in the Arts and Industries Building of the historic 
documents the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Constitution of 1791 in 
conjunction with the bicentennial of the French Revolution. 



May 

Donation: The Smithsonian received five watercolor paintings of orchids by 
Barbara Todd Kennedy, donated to the Office of Horticulture by the artist. 

May 1 

Public Service Announcement: Japanese American actor Pat Morita, who served as 
on-camera narrator, appeared with twenty local children in a filmed public 
service announcement produced for television by the Office of Public Affairs in 
its continuing efforts to reach culturally diverse audiences. 

May 2 

Video Premiere: "Democracy and Rights: One Citizen's Challenge," a documentary 
for high school students jointly produced by the Office of Interdisciplinary 
Studies and the CloseUp Foundation, was screened. The video featured Ernest 
Green and Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. and was narrated by Justice Sandra Day 
O'Connor. It is based on the 1987 international symposium, "Constitutional 
Roots, Rights, and Responsibilities." 

May 2-3 

Conference: The Forum on Global Change and Our Common Future was cosponsored by 

the Smithsonian Institution and the National Academy of Sciences for the purpose 

of communicating to the public and policymakers the current scientific 

understanding of the broad range of issues related to global environmental 

change. 

May 3 

Grant: The National Portrait Gallery received a grant from the Cafritz 
Foundation for the purchase of the portrait of Bishop George Berkeley by John 
Smibert. 

May 3 

Exhibit: The Wetlands/Waterfowl Exhibit opened at the National Zoological Park, 
and the Zoo's Conservation Medal was awarded to Sir Peter Scott. Smithsonian 
Secretary Emeritus S. Dillon Ripley presented the medal to Sir Peter, who cut a 
ribbon to open the exhibit. 

May 4-7 

Workshop: The Smithsonian Institution/Man and the Biosphere Program conducted a 
demonstration workshop on research methods for biological inventory, cosponsored 
by the National Park Service, at the Great Smoky Mountains Biosphere Reserve in 
Tennessee. 

May 5-6 

Symposium: A symposium titled "Violence and Resistance in the Americas: The 
Legacy of the Conquest," sponsored by the Office of Quincentenary Programs and 
coordinated by the Office of Conference Services, was held. 



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May 8 

Milestone: Secretary Adams signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Museum 
of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, in New York City, under which the Heye 
Foundation's American Indian objects will be transferred to the Smithsonian. The 
signing ceremony, part of a major press conference organized by the Office of 
Public Affairs, involved American Indian representatives, Smithsonian regents, 
members of Congress, and other dignitaries. 

May 11-12 

Conference: The Office of International Relations, in coordination with the U.S. 
Agency for International Development, held a conference titled "Incentives and 
Constraints: Macroeconomic Policy Impacts on Natural Resource Utilization." 

May 12 

Exhibition: The computer revolution in aerospace was the subject of a major new 
gallery at the National Air and Space Museum. "Beyond the Limits: Flight Enters 
the Computer Age" was organized into seven exhibit areas, each featuring hands-on 
interactive computer terminals so that visitors can see for themselves the kinds 
of tasks that computers perform. 

May 15-19 

Special Event: In recognition that a healthy work force is one of the 
Smithsonian's most valuable assets, the Office of Protection Services expanded 
the Institution's occupational health program by initiating employee wellness 
activities. During "Fit Week," hundreds of employees participated in such 
programs as health assessment, on-site exercise classes and a weight-control 
program, and special screening activities (including blood pressure monitoring, 
cholesterol screening, and mammography). 

May 19 

Meeting: In a meeting at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 
Bronislaw Geremek discussed Poland's upcoming elections that were to result in 
Eastern Europe's first noncommunist government since World War II. Geremek, a 
medieval historian and former fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Center, was elected to 
Poland's parliament in the June 1989 elections and became Solidarity's floor 
leader in the lower house. 

May 21 

Grant: The Peter Krueger-Christie's Fellowship was established for advanced 
research in design and decorative arts at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Mr. and Mrs. 
Harvey Krueger joined with Christie's to make possible the fellowship in memory 
of their son, Peter A. Krueger, former vice-president of French and Continental 
Furniture at Christie's and one-time intern at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum. 



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May 21 

Exhibition: The Real McCoy: African American Invention and Innovation, 1619- 
1930," which traces the important role played by African American inventiveness, 
opened at the Anacostia Museum. The exhibition included a wide range of 
educational programs focusing on inventiveness and creativity for the museum's 
diverse audiences. 

May 23 

Milestone: The Cooper-Hewitt Museum purchased the landmark townhouse adjacent to 
its current facilities. The building is a major element of the museum's master 
plan to develop a coherent public facility, equipped with a study center for 
three-dimensional objects, an auditorium for lectures, conferences, and other 
programs, and adequate space for collection storage, a loading dock, and a 
receiving area. 

May 23 

Special Event: In conjunction with Reading Is Fundamental and ABC-TV's "Good 
Morning America" show, the National Zoological Park provided support for a 
special broadcast to encourage literacy. First Lady Barbara Bush took part in 
the program, which was aired from the Zoo's Education Building Auditorium. 

May 24-June 7 

Expedition: A Smithsonian Research Expedition titled "Documenting Our Veterans' 
Memorials" was conducted in Washington, D.C., to capture on film the preparation, 
commemoration, and aftermath of Memorial Day for the Smithsonian's photographic 
archives and for the National Museum of American History's Division of Armed 
Forces. 

May 25 

Special Event: Friends of the National Zoo's ZooFari, a gala evening event to 
raise funds for the Zoo's Theodore H. Reed Animal Acquisition Fund, attracted 
hundreds of participants. The fund supports the propagation of rare and 
endangered species at the National Zoo. 

June 

Publication: A book, The Bishop's Boys: A Life of Wilbur and Orville Wright, 
written by Tom D. Crouch, chairman of the Department of Social and Cultural 
History at the National Museum of American History, was published by W. W. Norton 
and Company. 

June 

Lecture: Internationally recognized author, lecturer, teacher, photographer, and 
scholar Beaumont Newhail spoke on "The Birth of Photography" in an evening 
marking the 150th anniversary of photography and complementing the National 
Gallery of Art exhibition "On the Art of Fixing a Shadow: 150 Years of 
Photography." The evening was cosponsored by the Smithsonian Resident Associate 
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June 

Exhibition: "Great American Comics: 100 Years of Cartoon Art" received generous 
funding from King Features' Syndicate. In the centennial year of American comic 
strips, this exhibition, which will travel, examines the social and political 
impact and artistic heritage of cartoons in our culture. 

June 

Special Event: National Museum of Natural History anthropologist Ives Goddard 
and colleague Dr. Kathleen Bragdon presented copies of their newly published 
study, "Native Writings in the Massachusett Language" (American Philosophical 
Society), to representatives of the Wampanoag Tribal Councils of Mashpee and Gay 
Head (Massachusetts). This two-volume work contains the first translation ever 
made of the body of known surviving manuscripts written by Christian Indians in 
southeastern Massachusetts during the Colonial period. 

June 

Research: Speckle interferometry observations of Supernova 1987A by a 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory team revealed a displacement in the 
supernova's center of brightness with respect to its suspected pre-explosion 
progenitor star. This suggests that the star may have been part of a binary 
system and that one component survived the massive explosion. 

June 

Program: The National Museum of Natural History added a major component to its 
biodiversity program by taking over administrative responsibility for the Minimum 
Critical Size of Ecosystems project from the World Wildlife Fund, which initiated 
it. The project, located in Manaus, Brazil, has made a significant contribution 
to tropical forest conservation by demonstrating that species disappear from a 
land area in inverse relation to its size. 

June 

Phone System: To handle the Institution's half million annual public inquiries 
more efficiently, a new phone system was installed in the Visitor Information and 
Associates' Reception Center. 

June 

Startup: The Office of Folklife Programs initiated a startup of the on-demand 
cassette fulfillment distribution of Folkways titles not commercially available. 

June 

Publication: The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies' brochure titled "The 
Wholeness of Knowledge," detailing the history and purpose of the office, was 
published. 



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June 

Publication: "Science Education: A Challenge for Excellence in America's 
Future," proceedings of a May 1988 colloquium organized by the Office of 
Interdisciplinary Studies and the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists 
Foundation, was published. 

June 

New Unit: Smithsonian Institution Libraries Director Barbara J. Smith approved 
an earlier agreement between John R. Kinard and Vija L. Karklins that stated that 
the Anacostia Museum Library be included in the Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries' History and Art Unit. The library collections will be incorporated in 
the Museum of American History Branch of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries. 

June 1 

Television Series: At a ceremony presided over by Luis Gomez-Acebo, Duque de 
Badajoz, and the Smithsonian Institution's representative in Spain, the Sociedad 
General de Television, S.A., the Sociedad EstataJ para la Ejecucion de Programas 
del Quinto Centenario, and the Smithsonian Institution signed an agreement to 
produce a six-part, bilingual television series, "The Buried Mirror." 

June 1 

Dedication: The Charles McC Mathias Laboratory at the Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center was dedicated to the former Maryland senator in recognition of 
his very active role in Chesapeake Bay environmental issues. 

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Exhibition: The exhibition "Caribbean Festival Arts," organized by the St. Louis 
Art Museum, opened to the public in the International Gallery. 

June 4 

Book Signing: Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple and The Temple of My 
Familiar, gave a Smithsonian Resident Associate Program lecture and appeared 
later at a book signing reception. 

June 4 

Program: The fourteenth annual High School Summer Intern Program began its first 
session under the auspices of the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. 
Each summer, this program brings forty high school graduates from around the 
country to the Institution for a five-week learning/service experience. 

June 5 

Family Days: The first of four family days planned to support the "Caribbean 
Festival Arts" exhibition was held. These events had broad appeal and involved 
community participation from local West Indian communities. Each event attracted 
an audience of approximately 10,000. Other family days were held on July 8, 
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June 6 

Tribute: In a small ceremony, the reflecting pool of the Hirshhorn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden was named the Jacob and Charlotte Lehrman Foundation Pool in 
acknowledgement of a generous grant to the museum from that foundation. 

June 9 

Lecture: The first offering in the Joseph Fletcher, Jr., Lecture Series was 
delivered by Glenn D. Lowry, curator of Near Eastern art at the Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art. The three-part series focused on various 
aspects of Persian art and architecture and was held to coincide with the Sackler 
Gallery exhibition "Timur and the Princely Vision: Persian Art and Culture in 
the Fifteenth Century." The remaining two lectures in the series were delivered 
by John Woods of the University of Chicago and Lisa Golumbek of the Royal Ontario 
Museum in Toronto, Canada. 

June 9 

Workshop: A workshop for bureau office directors and central managers was held 
to identify ways to improve the planning process at the Smithsonian. The 
workshop was sponsored by the Office of Planning and Budget and conducted by the 
National Center for Higher Educational Management Systems. 

June 13 

Special Event: The second annual Smithsonian Garden Party honoring the new 
members of the Board of Regents, Vice President Quayle and Rep. Jamie Whitten, 
and members of the 101st Congress was held in the Enid A. Haupt Garden. 

June 14-17 

Triennial Meeting: The Museum of African Art hosted the Eighth Triennial 
Symposium on African Art organized by the Arts Council of the African Studies 
Association and sponsored by ACASA, Shell Companies Foundation, Inc., the 
National Museum of African Art, and the National Museum of Natural History. 

June 15 

Symposium: In conjunction with the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's exhibition "L'Art de 
Vivre," a symposium titled "A Taste for History: Furnishings and Fashion in 
19th-century France" was held. The all-day symposium included three scholarly 
lectures about the evolution of the interior, the art of the table, and the art 
of fashion during the period, followed by a roundtable discussion with curators, 
editors, and important French design industry executives. 

June 16 

Exhibition: "Aeropittura Futurista: Images of Flight in Italian Art from 1913 
to 1942" opened at the National Air and Space Museum. The exhibition emphasized 
a style of futurism that embraced technology as its subject matter and glorified 
the airplane as a symbol of the modern age. Some seventy works of art and forty 
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June 16 

Summer Hours: Extended hours for the National Museum of American History, the 
National Museum of Natural History, and the National Air and Space Museum began. 
This year, they included an extra half-hour in the morning, as well as evening 
hours. Hours were 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and continued through Labor Day, 
September 4. 

June 17 

Celebration: The Anacostia Museum held a "Juneteenth Day" celebration 
commemorating the day that Texan slaves first learned of their emancipation. The 
holiday observance, traditionally held on June 19, was the occasion for quilting 
demonstrations, storytelling, musical performances, and the display of Texan folk 
art at the museum. 

June 20 

Distinguished Guest: Wang Yani, the 14-year-old Chinese girl who became the 
youngest artist ever to have a one-person exhibition at the Smithsonian, traveled 
from China for the opening of "Yani: The Brush of Innocence" at the Arthur M. 
Sackler Gallery. At the press preview held on this day, she demonstrated her 
painting to an enthusiastic audience of representatives from the print and 
electronic media. The exhibition drew twice as many visitors to the gallery 
during July and August as it had had the previous year. 

June 21 

Exhibition: "Robert Moskowitz," the first museum retrospective for this 
54-year-old artist who has been increasingly recognized for his distinct 
contribution to contemporary American painting opened its national tour at the 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. 

June 23-27; June 30-July 4 

Festival of American Folklife: The twenty-third annual Festival of American 
Folklife featured Hawai'i folklife; oral traditions and crafts of communities in 
France and French-speaking North America; access to cultural, social, and natural 
resources among American Indians; and cultural encounters throughout the 
Caribbean, highlighting Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Cuba. 

June 22 

Open House: An all-day centennial community celebration at the National Zoo was 
held. Activities included the opening of a special exhibit of historical Zoo 
photographs, performances by musical groups, animal demonstrations, and animal 
keeper talks and tours. 

June 24 

Special Event: As part of the Festival of American Folklife, the Hawai'i program 
presented a pa'u parade featuring flower-adorned horses and riders. The parade 
was led by Governor and Mrs. John Waihee of Hawai'i and Representative David K. 
Akaka. 



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June 26 

Seminars: The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education began its 1989 series 
of summer seminars for teachers. This year the program included eight seminars 
for local teachers from the Washington, D.C., area and one graduate course for 
teachers around the United States. 

June 29-July 13 

Institute: The Office of Folklife Programs' Folklore Summer Institute for 
Community Scholars hosted thirteen individuals, who have been involved in 
collecting, preserving, and presenting folklore in their home communities, for 
training and information exchange. The participants represented a variety of 
cultural and geographic regions of the United States. 

July 

Award: Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon, curator in the Division of Community Life at 
the National Museum of American History, received a $275,000 fellowship to pursue 
work of her choice from the John D. and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation. 

July 

Expansion: Smithsonian Institution Press expanded its international distribution 
capabilities significantly by joining a marketing consortium with university 
presses from Harvard, Yale, MIT, the Brookings Institution, and the University of 
Chicago. 

July 

New Directions: The release of the book titled Just Before Jazz: Black Musical 
Theater in New York, 1890-1915 signals the expansion of the Smithsonian 
Institution Press' list-building efforts in books about music and American 
cultural history. 

July 

Program: The National Museum of Natural History's Office of Education began a 
program that brings storytellers, musicians, dancers, and artisans to the museum 
setting from tribes throughout the United States and Canada to demonstrate the 
cultural heritage of Native Americans that is still thriving in many different 
forms throughout North America. Among the participants was Vanessa Morgan, an 
Oklahoma Kiowa, whose skill at bead working made her a 1989 recipient of a 
National Heritage Award from the Folk Art Program of the National Endowment for 
the Arts. 

July 

Workshop: The first joint Mexican and American workshop on the taxonomy and 
natural history of the bees of Mexico was held in Mexico. Organized by Mexican 
and United States scientists with funding provided by the Smithsonian's Office of 
International Relations through its International Exchanges Program, the workshop 
was the outgrowth of a cooperative program on the bees of Mexico. 



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July and September 

Acquisition: Two important collections of extraordinary utilitarian objects 
primarily from East and Southern Africa were acquired by the Museum of African 
Art. 

July 2 

Milestone: Alice Burnette was named assistant secretary for institutional 
initiatives, the first woman to be appointed as an assistant secretary in the 
Institution's senior management staff. 

July 2 

Workshop: The Smithsonian Institution/Man and the Biosphere Program, in 
cooperation with Liga de Defensa del Medio Ambiente, the Academia de Ciencias 
Naturales, and the Universidad Mayor de San Andres, conducted the program's third 
annual workshop in Bolivia titled "Conservation of Natural Resources and the 
Management of Protected Areas, Flora, and Fauna in Bolivia." The program 
continued to August 1. 

July 3 

Exhibition: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries opened an exhibition on 
stratigraphy titled "Stratigraphy's Golden Age: Murchison and his Silurian 
System." The exhibition was curated by Ellen B. Wells and commemorated the 150th 
anniversary of a landmark in stratigraphy. The show, which was accompanied by an 
illustrated brochure, was coordinated with the 28th International Geological 
Congress, which met in Washington, D.C. 

July 5 

Appointment: Barbara J. Smith was appointed director of the Smithsonian 
Institution Libraries. Dr. Smith was assistant dean of libraries at Pennsylvania 
State University. She succeeds Robert Maloy, who left the Smithsonian 
Institution Libraries in October 1987. 

July 6 

Exhibition: "Inside Active Volcanoes: Kilauea and Mount St. Helens" opened and 
drew 514,979 visitors during its twelve-week run, the highest attendance ever 
recorded for a National Museum of Natural History Evans Gallery exhibition. The 
exhibition will travel for three years to eleven major cities. 

July 6 

Research Grant: The National Museum of American Art received $850,000 from the 
Pew Charitable Trusts in Philadelphia for a national inventory and condition 
assessment of American sculpture. The money was awarded jointly to the projects 
cosponsor, the National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property, in 
Washington, D.C. 



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July 10-22 

Program: The National Science Resources Center launched its first Elementary 
Science Leadership Institute in the S. Dillon Ripley Center with forty-five 
representatives from fifteen of the largest school districts nationwide. 
Participants attended workshops on the benefits of hands-on science learning and 
formulated plans to implement improvements in their local elementary science 
education programs. 

July 11 

Reception: The Smithsonian Institution Libraries cohosted a reception with the 
Histoiy of Earth Sciences Society for attendees of the 28th International 
Geological Congress in the Dibner Library of the History of Science and 
Technology. 

July 14-16 

Regional Event: The Smithsonian National Associate Lecture and Seminar Program 
presented a weekend of lectures and workshops in conjunction with the California 
Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, California, to celebrate the 
twentieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Staff from the National Air 
and Space Museum presented programs, including "The History of Manned Space 
Flight" and "A Spacecraft Tour of the Solar System." 

July 20 

Special Event: The National Air and Space Museum, along with the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration, celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the 
first manned landing on the moon. A morning public ceremony held on the steps of 
the museum included participation by President George Bush, Vice President Dan 
Quayle, and the Apollo 11 crew. A free lunar landing party held later that 
evening attracted thousands of area residents and visitors and featured films, 
tours, education programs, and other special activities. The Office of 
Protection Services, in close cooperation with the Secret Service, the U.S. Park 
Police, and local law enforcement authorities, provided protection services for 
the celebration. 

July 27-28 

Advisory Council: The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education convened the 
third annual meeting of the Smithsonian Advisory Council on Education. Appointed 
by the secretary, the council is charged with the task of helping to stimulate 
and shape Smithsonian-wide priorities and directions in education. 

August 

Search Committee: A search committee, chaired by Smithsonian Undersecretary Dean 
Anderson, was announced to nominate a director for the proposed National Museum 
of the American Indian. 



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August 

Research: An X-ray instrument called the Large Area Modular Array of Reflectors 
developed at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics was selected as one 
of fourteen scientific experiments to be attached to the Space Station during its 
assembly. 

August 

Information System: Phase three of the Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center's exterior graphic information system-the redesign and 
refurbishment of the Mall general information directories (a joint project of the 
Smithsonian Institution and the National Park Service)--was completed. 

August 

Awards: Four Golden Eagle (first place) awards from the Council on International 
Non-theatrical Events were announced for Smithsonian productions. The winners 
were "Magnificent Voyagers," "Reel Jungle" ("Tropical Rainforest" exhibit), "From 
Reliable Sources," and "The Smithsonian Institution," an interactive video for 
the Visitor Information Center. "Magnificent Voyagers" went on to represent the 
United States in the International Maritime Festival in Toulon, France. A record 
number of awards and citations from the broadcast and film industry' were received 
during the year by the Office of Telecommunications. 

August 

Publication: Smithsonian Tropica] Research Institute entomologist David W. 
Roubik published Ecolog\' and Natural History of Tropical Bees, which presents a 
synthesis of the ecology, natural history, and evolution of tropical bees around 
the world, including their interaction with human populations. 

August 10 

Symposium: "Art and Controversy: Historical Perspectives, Current Issues," a 
four-speaker program that offered diverse opinions and discussions of this timely 
topic, was held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. The event, 
cosponsored by the Washington Project for the Arts, was moderated by Richard 
Andrews, former director of the Visual Arts Program of the National Endowment for 
the Arts. 

August 15 

Liaison: The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute established a new liaison 
office in the Arts and Industries Building in order to provide more effective and 
timely interaction between the institute and the Smithsonian's Washington 
offices. 



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August 15-22 

Expedition: A Smithsonian Research Expedition, "The Legacy of the Horse in Crow 
Culture," was conducted at the annual Crow Fair in Billings, Montana. Team 
members helped document the fair through written descriptions and photographs. 
The information gathered will be used in the National Museum of Natural History's 
upcoming "Seeds of Change" exhibition. 

August 18 

Exhibition: The first professionally designed and produced exhibition of the 
Smithsonian Tropica] Research Institute, "Parting the Green Curtain: The 
Evolution of Tropical Biology in Panama," opened at the National Museum of 
Natural History. The bilingual exhibition, in Spanish and English, then traveled 
to Panama, where it was installed in the new Tupper Auditorium. 

August 19 

Meeting: Secretary Adams met in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with leaders of American 
Indian communities, museum professionals, and collectors of Native American art 
to share perspectives on the proposed National Museum of the American Indian. 

August 23 

Appointment: Dr. Forrest McGill, a specialist in the art of South and Southeast 
Asia, was named assistant director of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. Dr. McGill 
came to the Smithsonian from his post as director of the Museum of Art and 
Archaeology at the University of Missouri in Columbia. 

August 30 

Appointment: Dr. Elizabeth Broun was selected as director of the National Museum 
of American Art. An American art scholar, Broun served as assistant director and 
chief curator at the museum from 1983 until August 1988, when she was appointed 
acting director following the resignation of Dr. Charles C Eldredge. 

September 

Research: The highest resolution X-ray images of a solar flare and the solar 
corona ever obtained were made by a Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory/IBM 
telescope aboard a National Aeronautics and Space Administration sounding rocket 
launched from White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. 

September 

Education: An activity book for high school students containing some two dozen 
hands-on experiments drawn from astronomy was developed at the Harvard- 
Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics by Project STAR in cooperation with staff 
science advisors. 



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September 

Continuing Project: Progress continued on the Visitor Information and 
Associates' Reception Center exterior graphic information system with the 
installation of out-of-doors directional signs to the Anacostia Museum. 

September 

Transfer: The Intern, Orientation, and Registration Program was transferred from 
the Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center to the Office of Museum 
Programs. 

September 

Program: The National Science Resources Center entered into a working 
partnership with twenty-one public schools in twelve districts around the country 
(plus the Department of Defense Dependents' School, Clark Air Base, in the 
Philippines) to field-test elementary science curriculum units under development 
by the Science and Technology for Children project. 

September 

Publication: Hirshhorn WORKS 88 was published by the Hirshhorn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden, launching what is hoped to be an ongoing series of yearbooks on 
WORKS projects. Included were essays and photographs on the four site-specific 
projects by Sol LeWitt, Kate Ericson/Mel Ziegler, Vernon Fisher, and Krzysztof 
Wodiczko, respectively, executed between November 1987 and October 1988. 

September 

Film Series: The Museum of African Art launched the premiere of a thirteen-part 
film series, "Things Fall Apart," based on the highly acclaimed novel by Nigerian 
author Chinua Achebe. Lectures featuring prominent black scholars were offered 
in conjunction with the film. 

September 

Publication: The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies completed a publication 
called Completing the Food Chain: Strategies for Combating Hunger and 
Malnutrition, Neil G. Kotler and Paula M. Hirschoff, editors. The book is 
second in a series of world food colloquia publications. 

September 

Milestone: The Office of Public Affairs prepared its first extensive publicity 
campaign in Spanish for Hispanic Heritage Month, including both newspaper and 
radio advertisements. 

September 

Videodisc: The Smithsonian Institution," a state-of-the-art interactive video, 
was completed for the new Smithsonian Information Center to provide visitors with 
detailed information about the museums, activities for children, special tours, 
and restaurants. 



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September 

Film: The Earth in Our Hands," a one-hour film narrated by Robert Redford for 
national broadcast, was completed and premiered at the Second International 
Conference on Ecological Closed Systems in Krasnoyarsk, USSR. 

September 

System: The Office of Planning and Budget, in concert with other offices, 
completed a requirements statement, design, and initial development of the new 
personnel cost projection system. Software development was completed and an 
employee training manual was released. Two orientation sessions were held for 
bureau and office staff throughout the Institution. 

September 

Opening: The Office of Horticulture participated in the opening of the Louis 
Comfort Tiffany exhibition at the Renwick Gallery. Plant arrangements were 
planned to reflect those shown in Tiffany's glass creations and to establish the 
feeling of his home and the period of his work. 

September 

Acquisition: The Office of Horticulture purchased the important J. W. Fiske 
fountain, known as Centennial Fountain, with figures of children under an 
umbrella. 

September 1 

Birth: Giant Panda Ling-Ling gave birth to an undersized cub at the National 
Zoo. The cub was retrieved from its mother, who was being treated for a 
urinary/genital tract infection. Zoo veterinarians administered antibiotics and 
immune globulins to the cub to help it fight infection. Unfortunately, the cub 
died forty hours after birth. 

September 3-17 

Workshop: The Smithsonian Institution/Man and the Biosphere Program conducted 
its first training workshop in Ecuador. The lead coordinator in Ecuador was the 
Charles Darwin Foundation. 

September 7 

Acquisition: The National Museum of American Art acquired Louis Comfort 
Tiffany's "Market Day Outside the Walls of Tangier," a gift from the American Art 
Forum. One of the artist's most ambitious combinations of exotic ancedote, 
ethnographic detail, and sensuous color, this painting helped establish Tiffany's 
reputation in 1873 as a skilled observer of the Near East. 



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September 8 

Conversation with Artists: Four artists whose works were included in the 
National Museum of American Art exhibition The Patricia and Phillip Frost 
Collection: American Abstraction 1930-1945" discussed the development of 
American abstraction and its birth in a time of economic chaos, international 
upheaval, and the cataclysm of world war. 

September 12 

Press Conference: The Office of Public Affairs participated in the production of 
a press conference held at the Capitol with Secretary Adams, Senator Daniel 
Inouye, and Representative Ben Nighthorse Campbell on the Smithsonian's policy on 
repatriation of American Indian skeletal remains. 

September 13-15 

Workshop: The Office of Environmental Management- and Safety, in coordination 
with the Smithsonian's Office of Museum Programs, conducted a three-day workshop 
geared specifically to small museums and other educational and cultural 
institutions located worldwide. This unique workshop addressed program 
development and problem-solving in the areas of fire protection, disaster 
planning, occupational safety and health, and environmental management. 

September 14-15 

Conference: The Office of External Affairs organized a conference titled "The 
Global Environment: Are We Overreacting?" to present an overview of global 
environmental issues to the leadership of the U.S. news media and to explore the 
roles of the news media and scientists in interpreting and disseminating 
environmental information to the general public. 

September 15 

Dialogue: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars collaborated with 
the project office for the "Caribbean Festival Arts" exhibition to present the 
first of four scholarly dialogues titled "The Importance of Carnival in Caribbean 
Culture." 

September 16 

Seminar: One hundred one Associates participating in the Smithsonian Associates 
Travel Program's eleventh annual Oxford/Smithsonian Seminar, led by Smithsonian 
Regent Jeannine Smith Clark, departed for England. 

September 16 

Demonstration: Five nationally recognized furniture makers demonstrated their 
skills and special techniques in an all-day Smithsonian Resident Associate 
Program seminar made possible by a grant from the Hechinger Foundation. 



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September 19 

Seminar Series: The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies presented a seminar, 
"Oceans, Icons, and Genes: Ownership at Issue," as part of the "Ways of Knowing" 
series. 

September 20 

Publication: The Archives of American Art published The Papers of African 
American Artists, which describes the Archives' holdings of personal papers, 
sketchbooks, scrapbooks, and tape-recorded interviews of African American 
artists. The Archives holds papers of more than fifty African American artists 
dating from the late nineteenth century to the present. 

September 20 

Celebration: In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Smithsonian Resident 
Associate Program hosted the Washington premiere of one of of the most respected 
bands from Central America, Yolocamba I Ta, who performed for an audience that 
included many members of the Hispanic community of Washington, DC. 

September 22-23 

Special Event: The James Smithson Society's annual weekend was held in 
conjunction with the fall meeting of the National Board of the Smithsonian 
Associates. Gay F. Wray, chairman of the National Board, announced the projects 
receiving 1989 Society grants and awarded the Society's Founder Medal to Mercer 
Ellington for his donation of the Duke Ellington Collection to the National 
Museum of American History. 

September 25 

Acquisition: A bust of President George Bush, sculpted by Marc Mellon, was 
unveiled in the National Portrait Gallery's Hall of Presidents by Mrs. Vincent 
Melzac, who, with her husband, donated the bust to the gallery. 

September 27 

Special Event: The New England Regional Center of the Archives of American Art 
held an open house in the early nineteenth-century home that houses the 
Archives's Boston office. Tom L. Freudenheim, Smithsonian assistant secretary 
for museums, spoke at a seminar titled The Impact of the Archives of American 
Art on the American Art World." 

September 28 

Film Series: The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's highly acclaimed free 
film program began the 1989-1990 season with screenings of art documentaries, 
independent or experimental productions, and animated shorts. 



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September 28 

Lecture and Film Series: In preparation for a major exhibition and book on 
strategic bombing, the National Air and Space Museum launched a 16-month series 
of public lectures, symposia, and films-all dedicated to exploring the history 
and legacy of strategic bombing. The first speaker in the series was Phillip 
Morrison, a physicist on the Manhattan Project and a member of the first 
scientific team to visit the bombed city of Hiroshima in 1945. 

September 29 

Symposium: Cooper-Hewitt staff led a symposium sponsored by the Decorative Arts 
Association of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and titled "Explorations: Interior 
Fabrics of the 1990s," which included lectures and a panel discussion by five 
internationally recognized designers, architects, and experts-Jack Lenor Larsen, 
Murray Bartlett, Hugh Hardy, Patricia Conway, and Pierre Paulin. The subject of 
the discussion was the role of fabrics in the design of public and private 
interiors in terms of issues and trends for the coming decade. 

September 29 

Exhibitions: Two new exhibitions in the Sea-Air Gallery of the National Air and 
Space Museum opened-'Carrier War in the Pacific" and "Squadron Ready Room." The 
first chronicles the six major carrier battles fought by the United States and 
Imperial Japanese navies during World War II. The second simulates a ready room 
for flight crews abroad an aircraft carrier. 

September 30 

Special Event: As part of an ongoing effort to strengthen ties between museums 
and schools across the United States, the Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education conducted a Regional Workshop in Amarillo, Texas. The workshop brought 
together representatives from 33 museums, historic sites, and nature centers, as 
well as 450 teachers from the area. 



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Appendix i 

Members of the Smithsonian Councils, Boards, and Commissions, September 30, 1989 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION BOARD OF REGENTS 

Honorable William H. Rehnquist, The Chief Justice of the United States, 
Chancellor, ex officio 

Honorable J. Danforth Quayle, the Vice President of the United States, 
ex officio 

Honorable E. J. (Jake) Garn, Senator from Utah 
Honorable Daniel P. Moynihan, Senator from New York 
Honorable James R. Sasser, Senator from Tennessee 

Honorable Silvio 0. Conte , Representative from Massachusetts 
Honorable Norman Y. Mineta, Representative from California 
Honorable Jamie L. Whitten, Representative from Mississippi 

Honorable David C. Acheson, Citizen of the District of Columbia 

Honorable Anne L. Armstrong, Citizen of Texas 

Dr. William G. Bowen, Citizen of New Jersey 

Mrs. Jeannine Smith Clark, Citizen of the District of Columbia 

Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham , Jr., Citizen of Pennsylvania 

Mr. Samuel C. Johnson, Citizen of Wisconsin 

Mr. Barnabas McHenry, Citizen of New York 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 



SMITHSONIAN COUNCIL 



Neil Harris 

Chairman 
Johnnetta B. Cole 
Michael A. Dorris 
Martin Friedman 
Paul Fussell 
Robert Garfias 
Dorothy Gilliam 
James W. Head, III 
John P. Holdren 
Thomas P. Hughes 
Alice S. Ilchman 



Miguel Leon-Portilla 
Robert M. May 
Matthew S. Meselson 
Sidney W. Mintz 
Frederick W. Mote 
David F. Musto 
Jaroslav J. Pelikan 
Peter H. Raven 
Jaime E. Rodriguez 
Alan Shestack 
Emily D. T. Vermeule 
Thomas G. Wicker 



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SMITHSONIAN CULTURAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE 



Mr. Frank Newton, Chairperson 

Dr. Margaret Batchelor-White, Co-Chairperson 



Ms. Jo Allyn Archambault 
Mrs. Peggy Cooper Cafritz 
Mr. James (Biff) Carter 
Mrs. Robert Reed Gray 
Ms. Suzan Harjo 
Mrs. Esther G. Kee 



Mr. Mike M. Masoaka 
Mrs. Elizabeth Fagg Olds 
Hon. Ricardo M. Urbina 
Mr. W. Ricahrd West, Jr. 
Ms. Patricia Zell 



JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE SPONSORING INSTITUTIONS OF THE PAPERS OF 
JOSEPH HENRY 



Robert McC. Adams 
Whitfield J. Bell, Jr. 
Charles C. Gillispie 



Robert S. Hoffmann 
David J. E. Saumweber 
Frederick Seitz, Chair 



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ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Mrs. Otto L. Spaeth, Chairman Emeritus 
Mr. Richard J. Schwartz, President 
Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro, Vice President 
Mrs. Francis de Marneffe, Vice President 
Mrs. John N. Rosekrans, Jr., Vice President 
Mrs. Abbott K. Schlain, Treasurer 
Mrs. Dana M. Raymond, Secretary 
Mr. Joel S. Ehrenkranz, Of f icer-at-Large 
Miss Julienne M. Michel, Of f icer-at-Large 
Mrs. Keith S. Wellin, Honorary Officer 



Miss Caroline R. Alexander 
Mr. Max N. Berry 
Eli Broad 
Ivan Chermayeff 
Gilbert S. Edelson 
Ahmet M. Ertegun 
Arthur A. Feder 
Mr. Miles Q. Fiterman 
Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Bernard A. Greenberg 
Hugh Halff, Jr. 
Benjamin D. Holloway 
John K. Howat 
Helen Jessup 



Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mrs 
Mrs 



Mrs 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Dr. 



Mrs. Henry C. Johnson 

Mr. Gilbert H. Kinney 

Mr. Alan D. Levy 

Mr. Howard W. Lipman 

Mr. Meredith J. Long 

Mr. Richard Manney 

Mr. Richard A. Manoogian 

Mr. Alexander R. Mehran 

Mr. Mayer Mitchell 

Mrs. Richard Roob 

Mr. Alan E. Schwartz 

Mr. A. Alfred Taubman 

Mr. John Wilmerding 

Mr. R. Frederick Woolworth 



Founding Trustees 



Honorary Trustees 



Mr. Lawrence A. Fleischman 
Mr. Edgar P. Richardson 
Mrs. Edsel B. Ford 



Dr. Irving F. Burton 

Mr. Russell Lynes 

Mrs. William L. Richards 





Ex Officio 


Mr. 


Robert McC. Adams 


Dr. 


Milton Brown 


Mr. 


Tom L. Freudenheim 


Mr. 


Harley P. Holden 



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ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART ADVISORY COMMITTEES 



Southeast Regional Center 



Marc J. Pachter, Chair 
Edmund Berkeley 
Elizabeth Broun 
Lorraine Brown 
Paul Chestnut 
Nicolai Cikovsky 
Alan Fern 
Lois Fink 



William Homer 
Charles F. Hummel 
Bernard Mergen 
Christina Orr-Cahall 
Rick Powell 
John Vlach 
Judith Zilczer 



New York Regional Center 

Milton Brown, Chair 
William C. Agee 
Thomas N. Armstrong 
Anne d 'Harnoncourt 
John Dobkin 
Linda S. Ferber 
William Gerdts 
Eugene Goossen 
John Howat 
James Humphry III 

New England Regional Center 



Abram Lerner 
Russell Lynes 
Porter McCray 
Barbara Novak 
Clive Phillpot 
Jules D. Prown 
William B. Walker 
H. Barbara Weinberg 
John Wilmerding 
William E. Woolfenden 



Harley P. Holden, Chair 
Winslow Ames 
Georgia B. Barnhill 
David S. Brooke 
Robert Cardinale 
Theresa Cederholm 
Anne Farnam 
Charles Ferguson 
Wolfgang Freitag 
Hugh Gourley 
Elton W. Hall 
Patricia Hills 
Sinclair Hitchings 
John Kirk 

Elizabeth M. Kornhauser 
William Lipke 



Laura C. Luckey 

Paul Master-Karnik 

Eva Moseley 

Elliot Offner 

James 0' Gorman 

Ronald Onorato 

James M. 0' Toole 

Stephen Riley 

Daniel Rosenfeld 

David Ross 

Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr, 

Susan Strickler 

Katharine Watson 

Michael Westworth 

Margret Craver Withers 



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West Coast Regional Center 



Whitney Chadwick, Chair 

Gerald Bolas 

Herschel Chipp 

Wanda Corn 

John Dillenberger 

Charles Eldredge 

Albert Elsen 

Harvey Jones 

John Lane 



Connie Lewallen 
Margaretta Lovell 
Harry S. Parker III 
Moira Roth 
Peter Selz 
Marc Simpson 
Patterson Sims 
Donald L. Stover 
Ian McKibbin White 



Southern California Regional Center 



Constance Glenn, Chair 
E. Maurice Bloch 
Ruth Bowman 
Bram Dijkstra 
Beatrice Farwell 
Noriko Fujinami 
Henry Hopkins 
Josine Ianco-Starrels 



Christopher Knight 
Richard Koshalek 
Amy Meyers 
Earl A. Powell III 
Michael Quick 
Maurice Tuchman 
Richard V. West 
Cecile Whiting 



Chicago Documentation Project 



Dennis Adrian 

Don Baum 

Jack Brown, ex officio 

Courtney Donnell 

Richard Gray 

Neil Harris 

Diana Haskell 

Judith Kirshner 



Katharine Lee 
Archibald Motley 
Franz Schulze 
David Sokol 
James Wells 
Wim de Wit 
John Zukowsky 



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ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY 



Visiting Committee 



Robert McC. Adams, Ex Officio 
Thomas L. Freudenheim, Ex Officio 
Robert S. Hoffmann, Ex Officio 
Thomas E. Lovejoy, Ex Officio 
Dr. Charles Blitzer, Chair 
Professor Kwang-chih Chang 
Mrs. Cynthia Helms 
Mr. Porter A. McCray 
Ambassador George McGhee 



Mr. Henry Millon 

The Honorable Norman Y. Mineta 

Mrs. Cynthia Polsky 

Professor Edith Porada 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 

H.H. Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan 

Professor Yoshiaki Shimizu 

Professor Seymour Slive 

Mr. Michael Sonnenreich 



COOPER-HEWITT ADVISORY COUNCIL 

August Heckscher, Chairman 

Joanne du Point, Vice Chairman 

Karen Johnson Boyd 

Donald J . Bruckmann 

Joan K. Davidson 

Harmon Goldstone 

Russell Lynes 

Kenneth Miller 

Arthur Ross 

Robert Sarnoff 

Marietta Tree 

Robert McC. Adams, Ex Officio 

Tom Freudenheim, Ex Officio 



FREER GALLERY OF ART 



Visiting Committee 



Robert McC. Adams, Ex Officio 
Thomas L. Freudenheim, Ex Officio 
Robert S. Hoffmann, Ex Officio 
Thomas E. Lovejoy, Ex Officio 
Mrs. Jackson Burke, Chair 
The Honorable Norman Y. Mineta, 

Vice Chair 
Professor Kwang-chih Chang 
Mr. Willard G. Clark 



Professor Marvin Eisenberg 
Mr. John G. Ford 
Mrs . Katharine Graham 
Dr. Sherman E. Lee 
Professor Frederick W. Mote 
Professor Martin Powers 
Professor John M. Rosenfield 
The Honorable Hugh Scott 
Professor Priscilla Soucek 



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HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Sydney Lewis, Chairman 
Jerome Greene, Vice Chairman 
Charles Blitzer (term ended June 
Robert T. Buck 
Agnes Gund 
Robert Lehrman 
Robert Rosenblum 
Leonard C. Yaseen 



30, 1989) 



Robert McCormick Adams, Ex Officio 
William Hubbs Rehnquist, Ex Officio 



NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM ADVISORY BOARD 



Robert McC. Adams, Chairman 
V/Admiral Richard F. Dunleavy, USN 
Samuel W. Keller, NASA 
V/Admiral Clyde T. Lusk, Jr. , USCG 
Lt/General Donald S. Pihl, USA 



Lt/General C.H. Pitman, USMC 
Jacqueline Ponder 
Peter F. Schabarum 
Bernard E. Smith, Jr. 
General Larry D. Welch, USAF 



NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM RESEARCH ADVISORY CCMMTITEE 



Dr. Lew Allen 
Dr. Daniel J. Boorstin 
Professor Freeman Dyson 
Admiral Noel Gayler 
Professor James R. Hansen 



Dr. John Logsdon 
Professor Otto Mayr 
Dr. Harrison H. Schmidt 
Professor William R. Sears 
Dr. Joan Warnow 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 



Robert H. Nooter, Chairman 
Frances Humphrey Howard, 

Vice-chairman 
Charles B. Benenson 
John Conyers, Jr. 
David C. Driskell 
John A. Friede 
James L. Hudson 
Colbert I. King 
Helen Kuhn 



Robin B. Martin 

Frank E. Moss 

Frieda Rosenthal 

Michael R. Sonnenreich 

Donald M. Stewart 

Robert Farris Thompson 

Walter E. Washington 

Robert McC. Adams, ex officio 

Tom L. Freudenheim, ex officio 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART COMMISSION 



Mr. David S. Purvis, Chairperson 
Mr. Wilbur L. Ross, Vice Chairperson 

Mr. Ronald Abramson 

Mr. Norman Bernstein 

Mrs. Elizabeth Brooke Blake 

Mr. Thomas S. Buechner 

Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell 

Mr. Wendell K. Castle 

Prof. Wanda M. Corn 

Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Mrs. Patricia Frost 

Mrs. Margaret Dodge Garrett 

Mr. August Heckscher 



Mrs. Caroline Hume 

Mr. R. Crosby Kemper, Jr. 

Mr. Myron Kunin 

Mr. Jacob Lawrence 

Mr. Melvin Lenkin 

Mr. Jacques E. Lennon 

Mr. Owen M. Lopez 

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

Mr. Charles Parkhurst 

Mrs. Sharon Percy Rockefeller 

Mrs. Caroline Simmons 



Mr. Robert McC. Adams, ex officio 

Mr. James T. Demetrion, ex officio 

Mr. Walker Hancock, Emeritus 

Mr. Charles H. Sawyer, Emeritus 



NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY COMMISSION 

Jeannine Smith Clark (Chairperson) 

Michael Collins 

Thomas Mellon Evans 

Stephen Jay Gould 

Marta Istomin 

W. John Kenney 

David Levering Lewis 

R. W. B. Lewis 

Robert L. McNeil, Jr. 

Robert Morgan 

Barbara Novak 

Frank Stanton 

J. Carter Brown, Director, National Gallery of Art, ex officio 

William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States, ex officio 

Robert McC. Adams, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution, ex officio 



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NATIONAL SCIENCE RESOURCES CENTER ADVISORY BOARD 



Albert Baez 
Hubert Dyasi 
James Ebert 
Elsa Feher 
Robert C. Forney 
Robert Fuller 
Samuel Gibbon 
Jack. Goldstein 
Harry Gray 
Charles Hardy 
Robert Hoffman 
Ann Kahn 
Amie Knox 
William McCune 



Phyllis Marcuccio 

Lynn Margulis 

Ted Maxwell 

Philip Morrison 

Phylis Morrison 

Jerome Pine 

Peter Raven 

Robert Ridley 

Irwin Shapiro 

David Sheetz 

Melvin Webb 

Carolyn Wilson 

Karen Worth 

Ralph Rinzler, ex officio 

Philip M. Smith, ex officio 



OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 
Smithsonian Advisory Council on Education 



Claudine Brown 

Peggy Cole 

Anna Cross 
Frances Haley 
Carolyn Howard 



Yolanda M. Lopez 
Eliot Wigginton 



Assi 
an 
Br 

Dire 
Pr 
Sc 

Inde 
on 

Exec 
Co 

Inst 
Ar 
th 

Visu 

Dire 



stant 
d Comm 
ooklyn 
ctor, 
ograms 
ience 
penden 
Youth 
utive 
uncil 
ructor 
ts, Du 
e Arts 
al Art 
ctor, 



Director, Government 
unity Relations, 

Museum 
Division of Museum 
, New York Hall of 

t Consultant 
and Museums 
Director, National 
for the Social Studies 
, Literary and Media 
ke Ellington School of 

ist and Art Educator 
Foxfire 



FOLKLIFE ADVISORY COUNCIL 



Richard Bauman, Chairman 

Roger Abrahams 

Henry Glassie 

Rayna Green 

John Langston Gwaltney 

Charlotte Heth 



Adrienne Kaeppler 

Ivan Karp 

Bernice Johnson Reagon 

John Tchen 

Carlos Velez-Ibanez 



SMITHSONIAN/ FOLKWAYS ADVISORY BOARD 

Michael Asch 
Marilyn Averett 
Ossie Davis 
Mickey Hart 
Pete Seeger 



49 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION INTERNSHIP COUNCIL 

Harry Jackson 
Co-Chairperson 

Julia Langdon 
Co-Chairperson 

Grace Tull 

Staff Assistant to the Council 



Lorie Aceto 

Martha Anderson 

Donna Ari 

Vicki Avera 

Joanna Banks 

Arthur Breton 

Betty Belanus 

Dee Bennett 

Dorothy Blaska 

Mary Case 

Linda Chick 

Pat Chieffo 

Diane Cook-Lee 

Ginny Cornett 

William Cox 

Bruce Craig 

Zed David 

Georgina de Alba 

Betty Derbyshire 

Mary Dyer 

Fran Feldman 

Zora Felton 

Cynthia Field 

Karen Fort 

Tom Freudenheim 

Cristina Garcia 

Amy Gearin 

Mary Gooden 

Elaine Heuman Gurian 

Ruth Hill 

Jo Hinkel 

Judith Houston 



Harry Jackson 
Teresa Johnson 
Eileen Jones 
Peter Kibbee 
Julia Langdon 
Betty Lathern 
Ted Lawson 
Hilde Lee 
Tom Lowderbaugh 
Eleanor McMillan 
John Meehan 
Carolyn Mills 
Susan Mond 
Lauranne Nash 
Lucia Pierce 
Alan Postlethwaite 
Argelis Roman 
John Rumm 
Barbara Russell 
Magda Schremp 
James Sims 
Lisa Stevenson 
Theodore Taranovski 
Cheryl Taylor 
Rae Thompson 
Marjorie Turgel 
Wilcomb Washburn 
Jeanne Zanke 



SMITHSONIAN COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL 



Adrian Malone, Chairman 
Ann Bay 

Edward Basrian 
Robert Dierker 
Jane Glaser 
Madeleine Jacobs 
Paul Johnson 
Jeffrey LaRiche 



Felix Lowe 
Arthur Molella 
Marc Pachter 
Bernice Reagon 
Ralph Rinzler 
Michael Robinson 
Stanwyn Shelter 
Janet Solinger 
Tom Wolf 



SO 



THE WOMEN'S COMMITTEE OF THE SMITHSONIAN ASSOCIATES 1988-1989 



Chairman 
Vice Chairman 
Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 
Treasurer 
Assistant Treasurer 

Mrs. James M. Beggs 

Mrs. Denton Blair 

Mrs. Mario H. Boiardi 

Mrs. Philip S. Bowie 

Mrs. Clarence Brown 

Mrs. I. Townsend Burden, III 

Mrs. George Bush 

Mrs. Thomas J. Camp, Jr. 

Mrs. Frank B. Clay 

Mrs. Lloyd E. Clayton 

Mrs. Richard Cobb 

Mrs. Robert Collier 

Mrs. Thomas Edward Crocker 

Mrs. Philip S. Dickson 

Mrs. Adrian Fisher 

Mrs. Dielle Fleischmann 

Mrs. Rockwood Foster 

Mrs. Orville L. Freeman 

Mrs. John W. Gill 

Mrs. William T. Hamilton, Jr 

Mrs. Walter J. Hodges 

Mrs. Walter Innis 

Mrs. Donald W. Jeffries 

Mrs. Clinton W. Kelly, III 

Mrs. William Kent 

Mrs. Robert H. Koehler 

Mrs. Monroe Leigh 

Mrs. Wendell Lund 



Mrs. Robert Reed Gray 

Mrs. Domenico De Sole 

Mrs. George W. Jones 

Mrs. James K. Mitchell 

Mrs. John Schenck Voorhees 

Mrs. Lucien Kinsolving 

Mrs. William S. Mailliard 

Mrs. Alexander M. Maish 

Mrs. Forrest E. Mars, Jr. 

Mrs. David E. McGiffert 

Mrs. David H. McKillop 

Mrs. Donald Notman 

Mrs. Lawrence Bruce Olds 

Mrs. Daniel Oliver 

Mrs. Dudley Owen 

Mrs. Thomas J. Owen 

Mrs. James R. Patton, Jr. 

Mrs. John Pflieger 

Mrs. Thomas Malcolm Price 

Mrs. S. Dillon Ripley 

Mrs. Robert E. Rogers 

Mrs. Peter Talbot Russell 

Mrs. Guy Thomas Steuart, II 

Mrs. William S. Stuckey, Jr 
Ms. Harriet H. Sweeney 

Mrs. Robert D. van Rcijen 

Mrs. Robert M. Waggaman 

Mrs. Charles Swan Weber 

Mrs. Edmund Wellington, Jr. 

Mrs. Richard T. West 

Mrs. T. Ames Wheeler 

Mrs. Byron R. White 

Mrs. Philip C. White 

Mrs. Robert S. Wilkinson 

Mrs. Thomas B. Wilner 



si 



NATIONAL BOARD OF THE SMITHSONIAN ASSOCIATES 



Mrs. Gay F. Wray, Chairman 



Mr. Philip F. Anschutz Mr. 

Mr. George B. Bingham, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. W. J. Bowen Mr. 

Mr. Charles L. Brown Mr. 

Mr. Dan W. Burns Mr. 

Mr. Frank T. Gary Mrs 

Mrs. Cummins Catherwood, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Ivan Chermayeff Mr. 

Mr. Jeffrey A. Cole Mr. 

Mr. Thomas G. Cousins Mr. 

Mr. Charles D. Dickey, Jr. Dr. 

Mrs. George C. Dillon Mrs 

Mrs. Robert Donner Mr. 

Mr. James H. Evans Mr. 

Mrs. Robert Reed Gray Dr. 

Mr. Peter E. Haas Mr. 
Hon. Ulric St. Clair Haynes, Jr. Mrs 

Mr. Gerald D. Hines Mr. 

Mr. Frank W. Hoch Mr. 
Mr. S. Charles Kemp 



Thomas M. Keresey 

Robert V. Lindsay 

Howard M. Love 

Alexander K. McLanahan 

Antony M. Merck 
, Anne Murray Morgan 

John W. Morrison 

Charles H. Murphy, Jr. 

Jack S. Parker 

Thomas J. Pritzker 

Alvin N. Puryear 
. John D. Rockefeller IV 

Lloyd G. Schemer 

Charles W. Schmidt 

Ivan Selin 

A. Alfred Taubman 
, James M. Walton 

John C. Whitehead 

T. Evans Wyckoff 



Honorary Members 

Mr. William S. Anderson 
Mr. Richard P. Cooley 
Mr. Joseph F. Cullman III 
Hon. Leonard K. Firestone 
Mr. Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. 
Mr. W. L. Hadley Griffin 
Hon. William A. Hewitt 
Mr. James M. Kemper, Jr. 



Mr. Seymour H. Knox III 

Mr. Lewis A. Lapham 

Hon. George C. McGhee 

Justice Sandra D. O'Connor 

Mr. S. Dillon Ripley 

Mr. Francis C. Rooney, Jr. 

Hon. Thomas J. Watson, Jr. 



THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



Ellen Sprouls 

Chairperson 
Janice Kaplan 

Vice-Chair 
Lauranne Nash 

Secretary 
Ann Kaupp 

Treasurer 
Mariam Weissman 

Historian 
Kathleen Baxter 
Liz Bettis 



Ann Bissell 
John Cobert 
Montrose Cones 
Stephanie Deeley 
Nancy Fuller 
Freida Hancock 
Johanna Humphrey 
Frances Jones 
Margaret Santiago 
Katherine Sprague 



5* 



THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

HONORARY CHAIRMEN 

Mrs. George Bush 

Mrs . Ronald Reagan 

Mrs . Jimmy Carter 

Mrs. Gerald R. Ford 



Mrs. Richard M. Nixon 
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson 
Mrs. Aristotle Onassis 



OFFICERS 

Ralph P. Davidson, Chairman 
Senator James A. McClure, 

Vice Chairman 
Leonard L. Silverstein, 

Vice Chairman 
Henry Strong, Vice Chairman 
Jean Kennedy Smith, 

Secretary 



Charlotte Woolard, 

Assistant Secretary 
Henry Strong, Acting Treasurer 
Harry C. McPherson, Jr., 

General Counsel 
William Becker, 

Associate Counsel 



MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



Joe L. Allbritton 

Philip F. Anschutz 

Mrs. Bennett Archambault 

Mrs. Howard H. Baker, Jr. 

Mrs. William Cafritz 

Ralph P. Davidson 

June Oppen Degnan 

Kenneth Duberstein 

James H. Evans 

Robert Fryer 

Mrs. Joseph B. Gildenhorn 

Mrs. William Lee Hanley, Jr. 

Caroline Rose Hunt 

Mrs. Earle M. Jorgensen 

Donald M. Koll 

Melvin R. Laird 



Mrs. J. Willard Marriott 

Dina Merrill 

Joan Mondale 

Gerald M. Rafshoon 

Mrs. Abraham A. Ribicoff 

Leonard L. Silverstein 

Jean Kennedy Smith 

Roger B. Smith 

Dennis Stanfill 

Roger L. Stevens 

Mrs. Theodore H. Strauss 

Henry Strong 

Lew R. Wasserman 

Charles Z . Wick 



MEMBERS EX OFFICIO DESIGNATED BY ACT OF CONGRESS 
Louis Sullivan, Secretary Representative Sidney R. Yates 
of Health and Human Services Marion S. Barry, Mayor, 



Lauro F. Cavazos, Secretary 

of Education 
Bruce Gelb, Director, 

U.S. Information Agency 
Senator Edward M. Kennedy 
Senator James A. McClure 
Representative Joseph 

M. McDade 
Representative Charles Wilson 



District of Columbia 
Robert McC . Adams, Secretary, 

Smithsonian Institution 
James H. Billington, 

Librarian of Congress 
J. Carter Brown, Chairman, 

Commission of Fine Arts 
James M. Ridenour, Director, 

National Park Service 



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Senator George J. Mitchell 

FOUNDING CHAIRMAN 
Roger L. Stevens 

HONORARY TRUSTEES 
Mrs . Albert Lasker 
Ralph E. Becker 
Mrs . Jouett Shouse 



Paul Woodard, Director, D.C 
Department of Recreation 



Mrs. J. Clifford Folger 
J. William Fulbright 



NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

General Trustees 

Franklin D. Murphy, Chairman 
John R. Stevenson 
Ruth Carter Stevenson 
Robert H. Smith 
Alexander M. Laughlin 

Trustees Ex Officio 

William H. Rehnquist, Chief Justice of the United States 
James A. Baker III, Secretary of State 
Nicholas F. Brady, Secretary of the Treasury 
Robert McCormick Adams, Secretary, Smithsonian 
Institution 

Honorary Trustee, Paul Mellon 



WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SCHOLARS 
Board of Trustees 



William J. Baroody, Jr., Chairman 
Dvayne 0. Andreas, Vice Chairman 
Robert McC Adams 
James A. Baker, III 
Theodore C. Barreaux 
James H. Blllington 
Lynne V. Cheney 
Bruce S. Gelb 



Gertrude Himmelfarb 
Max M. Kampelman 
J. Willard Harriot, 
John S. Reed 
Louis W. Sullivan 
John H. Sununu 
Robert H. Tuttle 
Don W. Wilson 



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Appendix 3 

Academic, Research Training, and Internship' Appointments in Fiscal Year 1989 



Listed immediately below in the first section of this Appendix, under the heading "Aca- 
demic and Research Training Appointments," are PredoctoraJ and Postdoctoral Fellows, 
Graduate Student Fellows, Visiting Scientists or Scholars, and other special awardees and 
participants in special programs. This list was compiled by the Office of Fellowships 
and Grants. Interns, other academic appointees, and scholarly visitors are listed in the 
second section under the heading "Internships and Other Appointments." These entries 
were submitted by the Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center. 



ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH TRAINING APPOINTMENTS 

The Smithsonian offers, through the Office of Fellowships and Grants, research and 
study appointments to visiting scientists, scholars, and students. The appointees are 
provided access to the Institution's facilities, staff specialties, and reference resources. 
The persons— listed by bureau or office— in this Appendix began their residencies 
between October 1, 1988, and September 30, 1989, and have been in residence for 
three months or longer. Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows, Visiting Scientists or 
Scholars, and other special awardees and participants in special programs are so listed. 
The institution where each received, or expects to receive, a degree or the home 
university or institution is listed for each Fellow or Visitor. A brief description of the 
project undertaken at the Smithsonian is included where appropriate. The Fellow's or 
Visitor's Smithsonian advisor is also listed. 



OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL STUDIES 

Hilde Hein, visiting Scholar, University of Michigan. "The 

Museum Experience: Reflections on Literature and Reality," 
with Zahava Doering, from September 1 to December 15, 1989. 



JOSEPH HENRY PAPERS 

Sandra Herbert, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Brandeis University. 
"Charles Darwin's Geology," with Marc Rothenberg and Arthur 
Molella, from February 1, 1989 to January 31, 1990. 

Hugh Slotten, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison. "Reform, Patronage, and Politics in American 
Science: Alexander Dallas Bache and the U.S. Coast 
Survey," with Marc Rothenberg and Nathan Reingold, from 
September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 



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NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 

G. Agoramoorthy , visiting Scientist, University of Jodhpur. "A 
Field Study to Investigate the Social Interactions within 
Invaded Groups of Red Howler Monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) 
in Venezuela," with Rudy Rudran, from April 15 to September 
30, 1989. 

Charles Menzel, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Davis. "Experiments on Spatial Orientation in 
Leontopithecus Group," with Benjamin Beck, from September 
1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Brian Miller, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wyoming. 
"Predator Avoidance and Hunting Ability Behavior for 
Reintroduction of Captive-Raised Black-Footed Ferrets," 
with Christen Wemmer, from June 1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

William Rail, Research Development Fellow, State University of 
New York, New Paltz. "Basic and Applied Studies on the 
Cryopreservation of Gametes and Embryos from Endangered 
Wild Animals," with David Wildt, from March 1, 1989 to 
March 1, 1992. 

Steven Thompson, Research Development Fellow, University of 

California, Irvine. "Evolution and Variation of Endothermy 
in Mammals: Thermoregulation, Locomotion, and Reproductive 
Consequences," with Devra Kleiman, from January 1, 1989 to 
July 1, 1990. 

John Thorbjarnarson, visiting Scientist, University of Florida. 
"Population Ecology of the Spectacled Caman on Hato 
Masaguaral, Venezuela," with Dale Marcellini, from January 
1 to July 31, 1989. 

Samuel Wasser, Research Development Fellow, University of 

Washington. "Excreted Steroids in Mammalian Feces," with 
David Wildt, from January 1, 1989 to January 1, 1991. 

Eric Wikramanayake, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 

California, Davis. "Thermal and Reproductive Biology of 
Varnus Salvator and Varnus Bengalensis , " with John 
Seidensticker , from January 1, 1989 to January 1, 1990. 

SMITHSONIAN ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY 

Javier Alcolea, Visiting Student, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. 
"Circumstellar Envelopes of Stars and SiO Masers," with 
James Moran, from July 15 to October 31, 1989. 

Gerald Bottrell, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Georgia. 
"Investigations of the Adiabatic Approach and its 
Application to Other Systems," with Alexander Dalgarno, 
from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 



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Andre Crusius-Watzel , Visiting Scientist, University of Bonn. 
"Radiative Transfer in Relativistic Plasma," with James 
Moran, from August 15, 1989 to September 30, 1990. 

Ilya Fabrikant, visiting Scientist, Latvian State University. 
"Low-Energy Electron Scattering by Highly Polarizable 
Targets and Photodetachment of Negative Ions in the 
Presence of External Fields," with Alexander Dalgarno, from 
April 1 to July 31, 1989. 

Daniel Gomez, Postdoctoral Fellow, Universidad de Buenos Aires. 
"Dynamical Processes in the Solar Corona," with Petrus 
Martens, from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Xiaofeng Han, Predoctoral Fellow, Harbin Institute of Technology. 
"Measurements and Analysis of Unknown Atomic and Molecular 
Data," with Irwin Shapiro, from October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 

Andreas Heithausen, Visiting Scientist, University of Bonn. 
"Galactic Cirrus Clouds: A New Class of Interstellar 
Clouds?," with Patrick Thaddeus, from February 1 to 
September 30, 1989. 

William Hoffmann, Visiting Scientist. "Interpretation of 

Spectral Line Data: A Probe of the Physical Conditions in 
Circumstellar Material and Star Forming Regions," with 
Giovanni Fazio, from February 1 to June 15, 1989. 

Pawan Kumar, visiting Scientist, California Institute of 
Technology. "The Detection of Stellar and Solar 
Oscillations," with Robert Noyes, from October 1, 1988 to 
March 11, 1989. 

Juan Muzzio, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, La Plata University. 
"The Disintegration of Satellite Galaxies," with Myron 
Lecar, from January 1 to March 31, 1989. 

Birgitta Nordstrom, Visiting Scientist, Copenhagen University 
Observatory. "Investigations of the Structure of the 
Galactic Disk," with David Latham, from December 1, 1988 to 
June 30, 1989. 

Marco Romoli, Visiting Scientist, University of Firenze. "The 
Development of Instrumentation for the Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory's UVCS/Sotto Project," with John 
Kohl, from April 3, 1989 to October 2, 1990. 

Shen Wei, Visiting Scientist, Shaanxi Astronomical Observatory. 
"Hydrogen Maser Frequency Standards," with Robert Vessot, 
from January 1 to September 30, 1989. 

Andrzej Soltan, Visiting Scientist, Warsaw University. "An 
Investigation of X-ray Properties of Extra-Galactic 
Objects," with Harvey Tananbaum, from July 1 to November 
14, 1989. 



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John Stanford, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Georgia. "A 

Study of the Scattering of Heavy Ion Projectiles by Atoms," 
with Alexander Dalgarno, from September 1, 1989 to August 
31, 1990. 

Tang Guoqiang, Visiting Scientist, Chalmers University of 

Technology. "Differential VLBI Measurements of the Quasar 
4C39.25," with Irwin Shapiro, from June 15 to September 28, 
1989. 

Sanjay Wagh, International Exchange Visitor, University of Poona. 
H CCD Studies of Active Galaxies and Quasars," with Martin 
Elvis, from March 15 to September 15, 1989. 

John Wardle, Visiting Scientist, University of Manchester. "Dual 
Wavelength, Polarization Sensitive VLBI Experiment," with 
James Moran, from May 1 to September 30, 1989. 

Ann Zabludoff, Visiting Student, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology. "The Complex Dynamics of Large Structures, 
Clusters of Galaxies, and Superclusters, " with M.J. Geller, 
from October 1, 1988 to August 31, 1989. 

SMITHSONIAN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER 

Shiyue Cai, International Exchange visitor, Zhejiang Agricultural 
University. "The Impact of Acid Atmospheric Deposition in 
the Physiology of the Root Hairs of Higher Plants," with 
David Correll, from March 29 to September 28, 1989. 

Felix Dapare Dakora, Visiting Scientist, University of Western 
Australia. "The Effect of Elevated C02 Concentration in 
Nitrogen Metabolism of Marsh Plants in Natural Ecosystems 
of the Chesapeake Bay," with Bert Drake, from December 1, 
1989 to November 30, 1990. 

Lucia Dillenburg, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland. 

"Physiological Ecology of Vine and Tree Competition," with 
Dennis Whigham, from November 14, 1988 to May 13, 1990. 

Joseph Dineen, Jr., Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland. 
"Investigation of Barnacle Larval Settlement Relevant to 
Adult Zonation in the Chesapeake Bay," with Anson Hines, 
from October 1, 1989 to September 30, 1990. 

Anna Dittel, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Delaware. 

"Microhabitat Selection for Molting by Blue Crab Juveniles 
(Callinectes sapidus) in the Rhode River Estuary, 
Chesapeake Bay," with Anson Hines, From September 10, 1989 
to September 9, 1990. 



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David Lawlor, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of London. 
"Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on the Structure, 
Composition, and Photosynthetic Function of Scirpus in a 
Salt Marsh Community," with Bert Drake, from April 1 to 
October 31, 1990. 

Junda Lin, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North Carolina, 

Chapel Hill. "Effects of Food Supply on Macoma Balthica's 
Feeding Mode, and Its Subsequent Susceptibility to 
Predation," with Anson Hines, from August 14, 1989 to 
August 13, 1990. 

Nancy Staub, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "Patterns of Sexual Dimorphism and their 
Ecological Consequences in Plethodontid Salamanders," with 
James Lynch, from April 3, 1989 to April 2, 1990. 

Panchabi Vaithiyanathan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Jawaharlal Nehru 
University, India. "Factors Controlling the Release of 
Phosphorus from Sediments to Water in the Estuarine Region: 
A Case Study of the Rhode River Estuary," with David 
Correll, from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Joseph T. A. Verhoeven, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Nijmegen, The Netherlands. "Nitrogen Cycling along an 
Environmental Gradient: Mineralization in Relation to 
Litter Quality and Redox Conditions," with Dennis Whigham, 
from January 15 to December 15, 1989. 

Lisa K. Wagner, Visiting Scientist, University of California, 
Berkeley. "Regulation of Fruit and Seed Production in 
Hibiscus moscheutos (Malvaceae): Role of Resources and 
Predation, " with Dennis Whigham, from June 14 to September 
12, 1989. 

Zhigang Wang, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge. 

"Population Ecology of Epifagus Virginiana , " with Dennis 
Whigham, from October 1, 1989 to September 30, 1990. 

Jess Zimmerman, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Utah. "The 
Function of Storage Organs in the Orchid Tipularia 
iscolor , " with Dennis Whigham, from August 1, 1989 to July 
31, 1990. 

SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE 

Jacqueline Belwood , Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Florida. 
"The Role of Tremulation in the Mating Behavior of 
Neotropical Pseudophylline Katydids (Insecta: Orthoptera: 
Tettigoniidae) , " with Egbert Leigh, from March 1, 1989 to 
February 28, 1990. 



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Jeffrey Brawn, Postdoctoral Fellow, Northern Arizona University. 
"The Influences of Physical Isolation on Geographic 
Variation within Selected Bird Species on Panama's Pearl 
Islands," with Harilaos Lessios, from January 1, 1989 to 
January 1, 1990. 

Laurel Collins, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Effects 
of Environmental Change on the Shallow-Water Benthic 
Foraminifera of Panama," with Jeremy Jackson, from October 
1, 1988 to May 30, 1990. 

Timothy Collins, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Rates of 
Molecular Evolution in Marine Gastropods," with Harilaos 
Lessios, from May 25, 1989 to May 24, 1990. 

Kevin Hogan, Visiting Scientist, University of Illinois. 

"Ecopnysiology of Geographic Ally Wide-Ranging Plant 
Species," with Alan Smith, from December 1, 1988 to January 
31, 1990. 

Roberto Ibanez, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut. 
"Synchronized Calling in Centronella granulosa and 
Smlllsca sila (Amphibia, Anura)," with A. Stanley Rand, 
from September 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 

Kenneth Johnson, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Iowa. 

"Testing for Natural Selection on Corals: Patterns of 
Skeletal Morphology, Fertility, and Genetic Variation in 
Natural Populations of Manicina Areolata ( Scleractinia ) , " 
with Nancy Knowlton, from October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 

Kaoru Kitajima Okada, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Illinois. 
"A Community-Wide Study of Tropical Tree Seedlings: the 
Ecological Consequences of the Structure/Physiology 
Relationships of Cotyledons," with Alan Smith, from June 1, 
1989 to May 31, 1990. 

Noris Salazar, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta. "A 
Systematic Revision of the Neotropical Species of 
Octoblepharum , a Pantropical Moss Genus with Ecological and 
Reproductive Biology Studies of Two Species in Panama," 
with Alan Smith, from March 1, 1989 to March 1, 1990. 

Ellen Smith, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Washington. "The 
Evolution of Parental Care: A Multidisciplinary Approach 
in Some Dendrobatid Frogs," with A. Stanley Rand, from June 
1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

Hugh Sweatman, Visiting Scientist, Macguaire University. "An 

Investigation of Sea Grass Beds as Habitats for Coral Reef 
Fishes," with Ross Robertson, from November 15, 1988 to 
September 30, 1990. 



Ernesto Weil, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Texas, Austin. 
"Morphologic and Genetic Variation of Porites (Anthozoa, 
Scleractinia) Across the Isthmus of Panama," with Nancy 
Knowlton, from June 1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY 

Massoud Azarnoush, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Los Angeles. "1) Excavations at Hajibad, the Final Report, 
2) Pre-Islamic Architecture of Iran, and 3) the Chronology 
of the Kusann-Sasanians, " with Ann Gunter, from August 1, 
1989 to July 31, 1990. 

Akiko Murakata, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, George Washington 
University. "Charles L. Freer and Japanese Art," with 
Wilcomb Washburn and Ann Yonemura, from July 1 to September 
30, 1989. 

Wheeler Thackston, Jr., Rockefeller Fellow, Harvard University. 
Research on Old and New English Translation of Chaghatay 
Turkish and Persian Texts of the Emperor Babur's Memoires, 
with Milo Beach, from June 1 to September 1, 1989. 

CONSERVATION ANALYTICAL LABORATORY 

Stephen Collins, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, John F. 
Kennedy University. "Changes in Crystallinity of 
Constrained Fibers Due to the Presence of Moisture," 
with Mary Ballard, from August 15, 1989 to August 14, 1990. 

Robert Henrickson, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto. 
"Organization of Ceramic Production in the Godin III 
Tradition of Central Western Iran, 2600-1400 B.C.," with 
M. James Blackman and Pamela Vandiver, from September 15, 
1989 to December 14, 1990. 

Julie Lauffenburger , Postgraduate Conservation Intern, Buffalo 
State College. "The Effects of Past Treatments on Metal 
Objects and How it Has Affected the Analysis of Museum 
Objects," with Carol Grissom, from September 18, 1989 to 
September 17, 1990. 

Janet Schrenk, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Minnesota. 

"Technical Analysis of Benin Bronzes in the National Museum 
of African Art," with David Von Endt, from April 1, 1989 to 
March 31, 1990. 

Yoonjoo L. Strumfels, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, 

University of Delaware. "Conservation Problems with Paper 
and Photographs," with Antoinette Dwan, from January 3, 
1989 to January 2, 1990. 



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Aslihan Yener, Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University. "The 
Archaeometallurgy of Ancient Anatolia," with Martha 
Goodway, from January 1 to December 31, 1989. 

COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM 

Sarah Dove, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, Newcastle 

Polytechnic. "The History of Use, Manufacture, and Other 
Factors that Contribute to the Uniqueness of an Object 
and/or Problems of Deterioration," with Konstanze Bachmann, 
from July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 

Esther Methe, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, University of 
Alberta. "Analysis of a Select Group of Sixth to Tenth 
Century Middle Eastern Textiles," with Lucy Commoner, from 
October 3, 1988 to October 2, 1989. 

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 

Lynne C. Cooke, Postdoctoral Fellow, University College. 

"Developments in American Sculpture c. 1968-1988," with Ned 
Rifkin, from October 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 

Roberta Tarbell, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 

Delaware. "The Sculpture of Seymour Lipton: Aesthetic, 
Iconographic, Contextual, and Technical Considerations," 
with Valerie Fletcher, from January 3 to June 3, 1989. 

NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 

Tami Davis Biddle, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Air 

Power Doctrine, Strategic Bombing, and the Development of 
Air Force Strategy from the Interwar Years to the Early 
Cold War Years," with Dominick Pisano, from January 1 to 
December 31, 1989. 

Ron Dick, International Fellow, Royal College of Defence Studies. 
"Fifty Years of Jet Aviation," with Martin Harwit and Von 
Hardesty, from October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1990. 

Daniel Ford, A. Verville Fellow, University of New Hampshire. 

"Japanese Army Air Operations in Burma and Western China, 
December 1941 - July 1942," with Donald Lopez and Robert 
Mikesh, from July 10, 1989 to July 9, 1990. 

Randall Forsythe, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia 

University. "Tectonic Studies in the Martian Equatorial 
Transition Zone: A Search for Ancient Lithospheric 
Mobility," with James Zimbelman, from May 15, 1989 to June 
30, 1990. 

David Hallam, International Fellow, Canberra College of Advanced 
Education. "The State of Modern Metal Corrosion and the 
Conservation of Large Aircraft," with Robert Mikesh, from 
February 1 to November 1, 1989. 



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Takehiko Hashimoto, Guggenheim Fellow, Johns Hopkins University. 
"The Origin of Aerodynamics: A Comparative Approach," with 
John Anderson and Howard Wolko, from June 1, 1989 to March 
31, 1990. 

Lee Kennett, Lindbergh Fellow, University of Virginia. "The 

History of Military Aviation in World War I," with Donald 
Lopez, from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

David Naylor, Visiting Scientist, The University of Calgary. 

"Laboratory Development of a Metal Mesh Testing Facility," 
with Howard Smith, from July 1, 1989 to July 1, 1990. 

Michael Neufeld, Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University. 

"Peenemunde and Wernher von Braun," with Joseph Tatarewicz, 
from August 15, 1989 to February 14, 1990. 

Yuri Salnikov, International Fellow, Soviet State Cinema 

Institute. "The History of Soviet-American Relations in 
Aviation," with Von Hardesty and Cathleen Lewis, from 
February 3 to November 2, 1989. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 

Mary Nooter, Predoctoral Fellow, Columbia University. "Luba Art 
and Statehood: Political Symbols and Strategies in a 
Central African Kingdom," with Roy Sieber, from May 15, 
1989 to May 14, 1990. 

Nkiru Nzegwu, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ottawa. 

"Looking Through African Eyes," with Roy Sieber, from 
January 15 to April 15, 1989. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 

Karen Blair, Postdoctoral Fellow, State University of New York, 
Buffalo. "American Associations of Women Painters, 1870- 
1930," with Lillian Miller, from October 3, 1988 to 
September 2, 1989. 

Nicholas Capasso, Predoctoral Fellow, Rutgers University. "The 
National Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Impact of Post- 
Minimalism on American War Memorials," with George Gurney, 
from June 1, 19 8 9 to May 31, 19 90. 

Jane Clark, Visiting Scholar, University of London. "Landscape 

and National Identity: A Comparative Study of Painting in 
Nineteenth Century America and Australia," with Lois Fink, 
from May 1, 1989 to June 15, 1990. 

Nancy Corwin, James Renwick Senior Fellow, Kansas City Art 

Institute. "A Critical History of Fiber Art as Part of the 
Post World War II Crafts Revival in America," with Michael 
Monroe, from October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1990. 



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Eleanor Jones, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "The 

Language of Art: Landscape Oil Sketches in America, 1830- 
1870," with William Truettner, from October 1, 1988 to 
September 30, 1989. 

Matthew Arvid Kangas , Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Oxford 

University. "Two Aspects of American Ceramics: Sculpture, 
Text," with Michael Monroe, from October 1, 1989 to May 31, 
1990. 

Jonathan Katz, Predoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University. 
"Sexuality in the Art of Jasper Johns and Robert 
Rauschenberg, 1957-1962," with Virginia Mecklenburg and 
Harry Rand, from February 1 to December 9, 1989. 

Patricia Malarcher, James Renwick Graduate Fellow, New York 

University. "An Investigation of Critical Approaches to 
Art in Craft Materials," with Michael Monroe, from January 
1 to September 30, 1989. 

Janet Marstine, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pittsburgh. 

"Themes of Labor and Industry in American Mural Painting, 
1893-1914," with Richard Murray, from March 1, 1989 to 
February 28, 1990. 

David McCarthy, Visiting Student, University of Delaware. 

"Compromised Positions: Situations for the Nude in American 
Art of the 1960s and 1970s," with Virginia Mecklenburg, 
from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Frederick Moffatt, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Chicago. "George G. Barnard's Bronze Statue of Abraham 
Lincoln," with Lois Fink, from July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 

Michael Plante, Predoctoral Fellow, Brown University. "American 
Painting and Postwar Paris, 1945-1956," with Harry Rand, 
from April 15, 1989 to April 14, 1990. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY 

Kimn Carlton-Smith, Predoctoral Fellow, Rutgers University. 

"Cultural Democracy and Constructions of Community," with 
Charles McGovern and Barbara Melosh, from July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 

Melinda Chateauvert, Predoctoral Fellow, University of 
Pennsylvania. "Marching Together: Woman of the 
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters," with Edith Mayo, from 
September 1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

Marsha Darling, Faculty Fellow, Duke University. "The Evolution 
of Images of Black and White Women in Hollywood Cinema," 
with Spencer Crew, from June 1 to September 30, 1989. 



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Kathryn Fuller, Predoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University. "A 
Nation of Movie-Goers: The American Middle Class Movie 
Audience, 1914-1934, M with Charles McGovern, from September 
11, 1989 to September 10, 1990. 

Stuart Goosman, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Washington. 
"The Ethnomusicology of Black Group Vocal Harmony, 1945- 
1960," with Bernice Reagon, from July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 

Robert La Bret Hall, Postdoctoral Fellow, Florida State 

University. "The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Genesis of 
American Culture, 1526-1807," with Spencer Crew, from June 
1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

Delores Harvey, Faculty Fellow, University of Maryland. "A Study 
of the Lesser Known Abolitionists in Northeastern Cities," 
with Spencer Crew and James Horton, from June 15 to 
September 14, 1989. 

Katherine Jellison, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Iowa. 
"Choice and Change in the Heartland: Farm Women and 
Technology, 1913-1963," with Pete Daniel, from June 1 to 
November 30, 1989. 

Jeffrey Lena, Predoctoral Fellow, University of California, 

Berkeley. "Noah Webster and the Development of American 
Culture in the Early Republic," with Keith Melder, from 
October 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 

Mary Beth Pudup, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "Rural Resources and Subsistence Livelihoods in 
Appalachia," with Pete Daniel, from August 15, 1989 to 
August 14, 1990. 

Thompson Smith, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Ecological 
and Cultural History of the Flathead Indian Reservation 
Area, 1850-1940," with Rayna Green, from September 1, 1989 
to August 31 , 1990 . 

Rudi Volti, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Rice University. "The 
Development and Triumph of the Four-Stroke Internal 
Combustion Engine: Two Studies," with Robert Post, from 
September 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 

Shirley Wajda, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 

Pennsylvania. "Dramatis Personae: The Re-Presentation of 
American Victorians in Turn-of-the-Century Comic and Genre 
Stereoviews, " with Pete Daniel, from October 10, 1988 to 
March 15, 1989. 

Kimberley Webber, University of Sydney. "The American Influence 
on the Social Construction of the Australian Kitchen, 1850- 
1930," with Rodris Roth, from January 1 to December 31, 
1989. 



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Xiao-huang Yin, Predoctoral Fellow, Harvard University. "Dreams 
from Gold Mountain: Chinese American Literature and its 
Socio-Cultural Context," with Gary Kulik, from September 1 
to November 30, 1989. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 

Cleber Alho, Short-Term Visitor, University of North Carolina, 

Chapel Hill. "The Vertebrate Scientific Collection of the 
University of Brasilia and its Science Museum," with 
Charles Handley, from April 1 to July 31, 1989. 

Julie Ambler, Visiting Scientist, Texas A&M University. "Life 

History of Dioithona oculata Occuring Near Red Mangrove 

Prop Roots," with Frank Ferrari, from December 1, 1988 to 
June 15, 1989. 

Altair Barbosa, Visiting Scientist, Universidade Catolica de 

Goias. "The Pre-Ceramic Period of the Central Brazilian 
Plains," with Betty Meggers, from June 1, 1989 to May 31, 
1991. 

Paula Bienenfeld, Visiting Scientist, State University of New 

York, Binghamton. "Analysis of the Community Structure of 
a Prehistoric Chief dom in Eastern North America," with 
Bruce Smith, from August 1, 1989 to July 31, 1991. 

Juliet Brodie, Postdoctoral Fellow, University College, Galway. 
"An Investigation into the Systematics and Life History of 
Members of the Genus Liagora (Rhodophyta) from the 
Caribbean," with James Norris, from September 18, 1989 to 
September 17, 1990. 

Robyn Burnham, Visiting Scientist, University of Washington. 
"Seeing the Forest in the Litter: A New Method of 
Inferring the Structure of Extinct Vegetation from 
Fossils," with Scott Wing, from January 1 to December 31, 
1989. 

Jeanne Chaussonnet, Predoctoral Fellow, Institut d' Etudes 

Politigues de Paris. "Ethnic Processes and Political 
Development Among Siberian and Northern Canadian Peoples in 
the Twentieth Century," with William Fitzhugh, from 
September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

James Clark, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Chicago. 

"Phylogenetic Relationships of Eusuchian Crocodylians , " 
with Nicholas Hotton, from April 10, 1989 to April 9, 1990. 

James Cobb, Visiting Scientist, St. Andrews University. "An 

Electrophysiological and Behavioral Investigation of the 
Ophiuroid Photoreceptor System," with David Pawson, from 
February 1 to May 1, 1989. 



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Bryan Danforth, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Kansas. 

"Phylogeny of the Macrotera Group of Perdita (Hymenoptera : 
Andreneidae) with Special Reference to the Evolution of 
Male Head Allometry," with Ronald McGinley, from March 1, 
1989 to April 30, 1990. 

Ferial Deer Skye, Academic Intern, University of South Dakota. 

Menominee Tribal Catalogue, with JoAllyn Archambault, from 
July 3 to October 27, 1989. 

A. Dilly Devi, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Delhi. "The 
Evolution of Culture in an .Island Society: An Ecological 
Approach," with Paul Taylor, from June 1, 1989 to May 31, 
1990. 

Walentina De Weerdt, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Amsterdam. "Taxonomy, Phylogeny, and Cladistic 
Biogeography of Caribbean Chalinidae (Porifera, 
Haplosclerida) , " with Klaus Ruetzler, from October 10, 1988 
to January 7, 1990. 

Joseph Dishta, Native American Community Scholar, Pueblo of Zuni 
Job Training Partnership. A Tribal Catalogue of Zuni 
Manuscripts, with JoAllyn Archambault, from March 20 to 
November 10, 1989. 

Karen Dohm, Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington State University. 
"Predicting Population from Architectural Nucleation and 
House Size for Pueblos in the Southwestern United States," 
with Dennis Stanford, from December 1, 1988 to November 30, 
1989. 

Maria Louella Dolar, Short-Term Visitor, James Cook University. 
"The Biology of Philippine Marine Mammals," with James 
Mead, from February 1 to May 15, 1989. 

George Effman, Native American Community Scholar, United South 
and Eastern Tribes, Inc. A Tribal Catalogue of Klamath 
Artifacts, with JoAllyn Archambault, from March 20 to 
November 10, 1989. 

Aaron Ellison, Visiting Scholar, Brown University. "Potential 

Facilitations Between Sponges and Red Mangroves ( Rhizophora 
mangle ) , " with Klaus Ruetzler, from January 1 to May 15, 
1989. 

Per Ericson, Visiting Scientist, University of Stockholm. "The 
Fossil Bird Presbyornis and its Significance to the 
Evolution and Systematics of Birds," with Storrs Olson, 
from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Raymond Forster, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Otago, 
New Zealand. "Review of the Spider Superfamily 
Araneoidea," with Jonathan Coddington, from July 15 to 
December 15, 1989. 



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Amnon Freidberg, Visiting Scientist, Tel Aviv University. 

"Systematic Research on Old World Fruit Flies, Especially 
Important Pest Species of the Genera Ceratitis and Dacus," 
with Wayne Mathis, from October 3, 1988 to October 2, 1989. 

Ronald Fritzsche, Visiting Scientist, University of California, 
San Diego. "Survey of the Ichthyo Fauna of Twin Cays, 
Belize," with G. David Johnson, from November 1, 1988 to 
May 15, 1989. 

Jon Gelhaus, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Kansas. 

"Systematics and Biogeography of the Tipula ( Lunatipula ) 
Tergata Species Group (Diptera: Tipulidae) , H with Wayne 
Mathis, from January 16, 1989 to January 15, 1990. 

Marian Hansson, Visiting Scholar, University of Oklahoma. "The 
Kiowa at the Smithsonian or Getting the Collection Back to 
the People," with William Merrill, from December 1, 1988 to 
August 31, 1989. 

Valerie Haskins, Predoctoral Fellow, Washington University. 

"Health and Disease of the Archaic Shell Mound Inhabitants 
along the Green River, Kentucky," with Donald Ortner, from 
March 1, 1989 to February 28, 1990. 

Peter Heaney, Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University. "X- 
Ray Powder Diffraction of Microcrystalline Silica 
Varieties," with Jeffrey Post, from July 24, 1989 to July 
23, 1990. 

Gordon Hendler, Visiting Scientist, The University of 

Connecticut. "An Electrophysiological and Behavioral 
Investigation of the Ophiuroid Photoreceptor System," with 
David Pawson, from February 1 to May 1, 1989. 



Teruaki Ishii, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Tokyo. 
"Petrological and Mineralogical Studies of Modern and 
Ancient Submarine Arc-Volcanism and Arc-Evolution along the 
Hakone-Izu-Ogasawara Arc," with Richard Fiske, from June 1, 
1989 to March 31, 1990. 

Paul Koch, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan. "The 
Effects of Weathering on the Carbon and Oxygen Isotope 
Composition of Bone," with Anna Kay Behrensmeyer , from 
September 18, 1989 to September 17, 1990. 

Carey Krajewski, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison. "A Molecular Systematic Study of the Extinct 
Tasmanian Wolf (Marsupialia: Thylacinidae ) , " with Michael 
Braun, from August 1, 1989 to July 31, 1990. 

Kim Lanphear, Postdoctoral Fellow, State University of New York, 
Albany. "The Health of Southern Slaves Compared to that of 
the Laboring Population of the Northeastern U.S.," with 
Douglas Owsley, from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1990. 



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Brian Lapoint, Visiting Scientist, University of South Florida. 
"The Nutrient Status and Physiological State of Macroalgae 
from Low Nutrient Mangrove Ecosystem versus a High Nutrient 
Mangrove Ecosystem," with Mark Littler, from January 1 to 
March 1, 1989. 

Li Zhen-yu, Short-Term Visitor, Institute of Botany, Academia 
Sinica. M A Study of Gesneriaceae and Identification of 
Lentibulariaceae and Cactaceae," with Laurence Skog, from 
July 1 to September 30, 1989. 

Richard Lowell, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta. 

"Induced Biomechanical and Chemical Responses of Marine 
Macroalgae to Herbivore Damage," with Mark Littler, from 
October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1989. 

Gregory Mayer, Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University. 

"Phylogeny, Geographic Variation, and the Origin of 
Ecomorphs in Jamaican Lizards of the Genus Anolis , " with 
George Zug, from March 20, 1989 to March 19, 1990. 

Lucile McCook, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University. 

"Phylogenetic Analysis of Cypripedioid and Apostasioid 
Orchids: A New Approach to a Major Conflict in Orchid 
Systematics , " with Vicki Funk, from February 1, 1989 to 
January 31, 1990. 

Richard Modlin, visiting Scientist, University of Connecticut. 
"Swarming Dynamics and Ecology of Mysidium Species," with 
Frank Ferrari, from January 1 to July 15 , 1989 . 

Susan Nahwoosky, Visiting Scholar, Keuka College. Comanche 

Tribal Catalogue, with JoAllyn Archambault, from May 22 to 
October 6, 1989. 

Yun Sil Park, Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University. 

"Phylogenetic Study of Lichen Family Parmeliaceae, " with 
Mason Hale, from March 1, 1989 to February 28, 1990. 

Thomas Parsons, Visiting Scientist, University of Washington. 

"Phylogenetic Analysis of Extinct Birds Based on Nucleotide 
Sequence Comparison," with Michael Braun, from January 1, 
1989 to September 30, 1990. 

Manuel L. Pescador, Faculty Fellow, Florida State University. 

"Systematics of the Cool-Adapted Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) 
of South America," with Oliver Flint, from June 12 to 
September 12, 1989. 

Thomas Plummer, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. 

"Paleoecology and Site Formation of Kanjera, Kenya," with 
Richard Potts, from January 1 to December 31, 1989. 



Dan Polhemus, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Utah. 

"Systematics and Zoogeography of Neotropical Rhagovelia 
(Insecta: Hemiptera: Veliidae)," with Richard Froeschner, 
from December 1, 1988 to November 30, 1989. 

Kenneth Rasmussen, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill. "Marine Biolithic Hardgrounds of 
Northern Great Bahama Bank: Genesis, Development, and 
Geological Significance," with Ian Maclntyre, from 
September 1, 1989 to August 31, 1991. 

Susan Rasmussen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Indiana University. "A 

Balancing Act: Artistic Form and Sociopolitical Power in 
Tuareg Aesthetics and Cosmology," with Mary Jo Arnoldi, 
from June 1, 1989 to May 31, 1990. 

Cynthia Rebar, Short-Term visitor, Kansas State University. "A 
Study of Relative Brain Size in the New World Family of 
Rodents, Heteromyidae, " with Don Wilson, from January 1 to 
May 15, 1989. 

Janet Reid, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, North Carolina State 
University. "Copepoda (Crustacea) from Semiterrestrial 
Habitats in Central Brazil," with Thomas Bowman, from 
October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1989. 

Judith Rhymer, Postdoctoral Fellow, Florida State University. 
"Evolutionary Relationships in the Mallard Complex Using 
Restriction Enzyme Analysis of Nuclear DNA," with Michael 
Braun and Eugene Morton, from September 1, 1989 to August 
31, 1991. 

Clive Roberts, Postdoctoral Fellow, Victoria University, 

Wellington, New Zealand. "A Survey of the Ctenoid Scale 
Morphology in Percomorph Fishes and Analysis of its 
Phylogenetic Significance," with G. David Johnson, from 
March 1, 1989 to February 28, 1990. 

Jorge Rodriguez, visiting Scientist, Universidad Nacional de La 
Plata. "Relations between Precolumbian Cultures of North 
Eastern Argentina and the Tropical Lowlands to the North," 
with Betty Meggers, from May 1, 1989 to April 30, 1990. 

Gene Sattler, Visiting Student, University of Maryland. 

"Breeding Introgression in Chickadee Contact Zones," with 
Michael Braun, from January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 

Patricia Sawaya, Visiting Student, University of Cincinnati. 

"A Molecular Investigation of Speciation in the Chickadees 
Parus carolinensis and Parus atricapillus , " with Michael 
Braun, from November 14, 1988 to June 13, 1990. 



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Ziang-qing Shao, Short-Term Visitor, Fudan University. "A 

Comparative Study of Crania at the Neolithic Stage in the 
Xinjian Uygur Autonomous Region with American White Crania 
and other Crania," with Douglas Ubelaker, from June 5 to 
September 5, 1989. 

Anthony Shelton, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Oxford. "A 
General Ethnography of the Huichol of Northwest Mexico," 
with William Merrill, from March 20, 1989 to March 19, 
1990. 

Penelope Shepard, Visiting Student, University of Victoria. "The 
Presence of Chemoautotrophic Endosymbiotic Bacteria in 
Lucinid and Solemyid Bivalues and the Relationship of the 
Symbiosis to Available Sulfur Species in Sea Grass and 
Mangrove Habitats," with Klaus Ruetzler, from January l to 
September 30, 1989. 

John Stevely, Visiting Scientist, University of South Florida. 

"Survey of the Commercial Sponge Resources of Belize," with 
Klaus Ruetzler, from March 1 to September 30, 1989. 

Wolfram Tertschnig, visiting Scientist, University of Vienna. 
"Distributional Ecology and Nutrition of two Sea Urchin 
Species in Thalassia Testudinum Sea Grass Beds at the Twin 
Cays Mangal System and the Adjacent Lagoon," with Klaus 
Ruetzler, from January 1 to March 1, 1989. 

Elisabeth Tooker, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Radcliffe College. 
"The Smithsonian and the Anthropological Community in the 
Nineteenth Century," with William Sturtevant, from 
September 1, 1989 to February 28, 1990. 

Charles Wahle, Visiting Scientist, Johns Hopkins University. 

"The Functional Morphology of Octocoral Spicules at Carrie 
Bow Cay," with Klaus Ruetzler, from February 1 to September 
30, 1989. 

Banyue Wang, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Vertebrate 
Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Academia Sinica, China. 
"The Intercontinental Relationships between the Holarctic 
Oligocene," with Robert Emry, from September 13, 1989 to 
September 12, 1990. 

Susan Weller, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas. 

"Revision of Dasylophia and Betola with an Assessment of 
Phylogenetic Relationships within the Subfamily 
Notodontinae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea: Notodontidae ) , " with 
Mary Mickevich and Robert Robbins, from September 1, 
1989 to August 31, 1990. 

Richard Werbner, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Manchester 

University. "Person, Knowledge, and Evil in Divination," 
with William Merrill, from September 1, 1989 to August 31, 
1990. 



Brian Wiegmann, Curatorial Fellow, University of Maryland. "A 
Phylogenetic Revision of the Family Atelestidae with a 
Proposed Origin of the Cyclorrhaphous Diptera," with Wayne 
Mathis, from October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1990. 

Colin Woodroffe, Visiting Scientist, Cambridge University. 

"Mapping of Central Belize Barrier Reef from Satellite 
Imagery," with Klaus Ruetzler, from January 1 to September 
30, 1989. 

Rose Wyaco, Native American Community Scholar, Zuni Archives 

Program. Zuni Tribal Catalogue, with JoAllyn Archambault, 
from October 31, 1988 to October 18, 1989 

Qui-Yun Xiang, Short-Term Visitor, Chongshan University of 

Gwangzhou. "A Comparative Study of the Cornus Species of 
Asia and the Cornus Species of North America," with Richard 
Eyde, from April 1 to June 30, 19 89. 

Man-Miao Yang, Curatorial Fellow, University of Maryland. 

"Problems in the Evolution of Behavior in the Homoptera," 

with Jonathan Coddington, from October 1, 1988 to September 
30, 1990. 

Melinda Zeder, Visiting Scientist, University of Michigan. 

"Powers Phase: Faunal Analysis," with Bruce Smith, from 
August 14, 1989 to August 13, 1990. 

Karen Zeller, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Cincinnati. "The 
Phylogenetic Relationship of Humans and the Higher 
Primates," with Michael Braun, from January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1990. 

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 

Robert Janson-La Palme, Visiting Scholar, Princeton University. 
"Annotations for Publication of Complete Autobiographical 
Manuscript of Charles Wilson Peale," with Lillian Miller, 
from May 22, 1989 to January 31, 1990. 

OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 

David Brown, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Topics in 
Black Atlantic Culture and Creolization, " with Nicholas 
Spitzer, from January 15 to November 30, 1989. 

Christopher Lornell, Postdoctoral Fellow, Memphis State 

University. "Folk Music — American Music and the Folkways 
Collection," with Anthony Seeger, from November 1, 19 88 to 
July 31, 1990. 



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OTHER BUREAU APPOINTMENTS 



CONSERVATION ANALYTICAL LABORATORY 

Jorge Cuni, Fulbright Scholar. "1) Encaustic Painting, Roman, 
Greek and Modern and 2) Solvent Effects on Picture 
Cleaning," with Jia-Sun Tsang and David Erhardt, from 
September 25, 1989 to August 24, 1990. 

FREER GALLERY OF ART 

Kathleen Emerson-Dell, Freer Fellow, University of Michigan. 
Research on Japanese Ceramics, from November 1, 1988 to 
June 30, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE 

Short-Term Fellowships in Tropical Biology 

Ranj it J. Daniels, Short-Term Fellow, Indian Institute of 
Science. "Landscape Heterogeneity: Patch Size, 
Organization, and Vertebrate (Birds and Reptiles)," with 
Dr. A. Stanley Rand, from September 25 to December 18, 
1989. 

Emmett Duffy, Short-Term Fellow, University of North Carolina. 

"The Dynamics of Commensalism in Reef Invertebrates," with 
Nancy Knowlton, from October 1 to December 20, 1988. 

Brian Fisher, Short-Term Fellow, University of Utah. 

"Interaction Between Pachychondyla and Cecronia , " with 
Donald M. Windsor, from August 10 to November 20, 1989. 

Matthew Gompper, Short-Term Fellow, University of Tennessee. 

"The Social Structure of the Coati ( Nasua narlca ) : Genetic 
Structure, Relatedness, and Causes of Gregariousness and 
Apparent Altruism," with Nicholas Smythe, from August 1 to 
December 31, 19 89. 

Jonathan Losos, Short-Term Fellow, University of California, 

Berkeley. "Ecology, Behavior, and Performance of Anolis 
Lizards," with A. Stanley Rand, from November 17 to 
December 12, 1988. 

Simon Nemtzov, Short-Term Fellow, State University of New York at 
Stony Brook. "Ecotypic Variation in the Social System and 
Mating Behavior of Caribbean Razorfish," with D. Ross 
Robertson, from June 1 to August 31, 1989. 

Risa Rosenberg, Short-Term Fellow, University of Stockholm. 

"Butterfly Flight Height Stratification," with Donald M. 
Windsor, from February 19 to May 19, 1989. 



David Zeh, Short-Term Fellow, University of Arizona. "Study of 
Sexual Selection in Pseudoscorpions , " with William 
Eberhard, from October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1989. 

Latin American and Exxon Fellowships 

Jorge Alejandro Ahumada, Short-Term Fellow, Universidad de los 

Andes. "A Study of the Social Behavior of the Black Handed 
Spider Monkey ( Ateles geoffroyi ) at Barro Colorado Island," 
with Katherine Milton, Neal G. Smith and A. Stanley Rand, 
from October 14, 1988 to January 15, 1989. 

Gloria Almanza, Exxon Fellow, University of Panama. "Inventario 
Herpetologico de la Serrania del Tute, H with A. Stanley 
Rand and V. Martinez, from October 10, 1988 to March 31, 
1989. 

Emerita Borace, Short-Term Fellow, Universidad Autonoma de 
Mexico. "Inventory and Feeding Habits of Acaros 
Canestrimidae in 15 Species of Chrysomelidae-Cassimidae 
(Insecta)," with Donald M. Windsor, from July 3 to 
September 30, 1989. 

Rosana Dosman, Exxon Fellow, Universiy of Panama. "Variacion 
Genetica de la Poblacion de Hydrilla verticillata (L.F.) 
Royle en el Lago Gatun," with Harilaos Lessios and Jorge 
Briceno, from October 10, 1988 to January 10, 1989. 

Idalia Fernandez, Exxon Fellow, University of Panama. "Nutricion 
de Larvas de Mitrax spinosissimus , " with John Christy, from 
January 2 to November 15, 1989. 

Natalia Gomez, Exxon Fellow, University of Bath. "Chemically 
Mediated Morphogenesis and Army Ant Raid Pattern," with 
Hindrik Wolda and Egbert G. Leigh Jr., from June 22 to 
September 30, 1989. 

Alejandro Farji, Short-Term Fellow, University of Buenos Aires. 
"Dinamica Espacial de la Busqueda y Explotacion de Parches 
Nuevos en Atta cephalotes , " with Donald M. Windsor, from 
August 1 to October 31, 1989. 

Carlos Fitzgerald, Short-Term Fellow, Hunter College, City 
University of New York. "Analisis Zooarqueologico de 
Muestras de El Cano, Panama Central," with Richard Cooke, 
from January 1 to June 30, 1989. 

Juan Diego Lopez, Short-Term Fellow, Universidad Javeriana. 
"Predatory Fishes Trophyodynamics of Crab Larvae 
(Brachyura) on Rock Intertidal and Estuarine Environments," 
with D. Ross Robertson, from April 1 to September 30, 1989. 



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Martin E. Mitre, Exxon Fellow, University of Panama. 

"Descomposicion y Relacion Longitud-Peso de Hydrilla 
verticillata en Poblaciones de la Isla de Barro Colorado, 
Lago Gatun," with Mireya Correa, from October 10, 1988 to 
July 1, 19 89. 

Abdiel Rodriguez, Exxon Fellow, University of Panama. 

"Inventario Herpetologico de la Serrania del Tute," with A. 
Stanley Rand and V. Martinez, from October 10, 1988 to 
March 31, 1989. 

Pedro Zapata, Exxon Fellow, University of Panama. "Nutricion de 
Larvas del Mithrax Spinossisimus , " with John Christy, from 
February 1 to November 15, 1989. 



INTERNSHIPS AND OTHER APPOINTMENTS 

The Smithsonian offers internships and other appointments to visiting undergraduate 
and graduate students and museum professionals. The interns— listed by bureau or 
office— in this Appendix began their appointments between October i, 1988, and Sep- 
tember 30, 1989. Holders of special awards and participants in special programs are so 
listed. XX'here possible, the institutions attended, a brief description of the project under- 
taken, and the duration of the appointment are given for each intern. 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OFFICE 

Colleen McCracken, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison University. Product 

Development/Licensing, assisted in market research and product development 

May 15, 1989 through August 18, 1989 
AJessandra Yi, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison University. Product 

Development/Licensing, conducted collections research for product 

development. May 30, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 



INTERNATIONAL CENTER 

Mark Bartley, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition . April 

17 through June 2, 1989. 
Michael Bruchmann, Bachelors Degree. Foreign Affairs, reviewed and synthesized 

information on interrelationship of environmental and economic issues. 

September 18, 1989 through December 31, 1989. 
Angela Erdrich, Bachelors Degree. Quincentenary Planning Office, conducted 

research for the American Indian Outreach Project , March 13, 1989 through 

June 7, 1989. 
Julia Gomez, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. Quincentenary Program, 

performed research; assisted with newsletter , March 27, 1989 through June 9, 

1989. 



Sarah Joseph, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition. May 

15 through June 2, 1989. 
Christopher Mclntyre, Bachelors Degree. Quincentenary Program, assisted in the 

production of the Quincentenary Program newsletter. July 10, 1989 through 

September 1, 1989. 
Rudolph Mendes, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition. May 

15, through June 2, 1989. 
Vincent Miller, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition . May 

15, through June 2, 1989. 
Wendy Mingin, Bachelors Candidate, Virginia Polytechnic Institution and State 

University. Quincentenary Planning Office, assisted work with databases and 

with various Quincentenary projects , February 6, 1989 through April 28, 1989. 
Brenda Mveng, Masters Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition . April 

17, through June 2, 1989. 
Heidi Nielsen, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio State University. Man and the Biosphere 

Program, assisted in developing the program newsletter . June 12, 1989 through 

September 1, 1989. 
Michaela Pilar-Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival 

Arts exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition . 

May 15, through June 2, 1989. 
Angela Puig, Bachelors Degree. Quincentenary Program, assisted the Quincentenary 

Program with photo archive and library research . July 5, 1989 through August 

31, 1989. 
Nadia Rabesahala, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Office of 

International Relations, developed programs and guidelines to support the data 

base project and developed background for the Madagascar programs. August 

2, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Rodney Reynolds, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition. May 

15, through June 2, 1989. 
James Sharper, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Caribbean Festival Arts 

exhibition, assisted with graphics design and installation of the exhibition. May 

15, through June 2, 1989. 



JOSEPH HENRY PAPERS 

Cassandra Kniffin, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Conducted research for 
current and future volumes of The Papers of Joseph Henry, June 6, 1989 
through July 26. 1989. 



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NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 

Ilze Berzins, PhD. Pathology, received training in Pathology , June 19, 1989 through 

September 30, 1989. 
Agustus Bosley, Jr., Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Department of 

Mammalogy, conducted ethno-botanv research , October 17, 1988 through 

April 1, 1989. 
Kyra Caspary, High School Graduate. Golden Lion Tamarin Project, participated in 

"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Caron DeLancy, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Department of 

Mammalogy, conducted ethno-botanv research , October 17, 1988 through 

April 1, 1989. 
Jennine Gardiner, Bachelors Candidate, Northern Virginia Community College. 

Office of Design and Exhibits Planning, assisted with photographic archival 

preservation , November 1, 1988 through December 31, 1988. 
Renita Jagan, Masters Candidate, Hood College. Invertebrates, assisted with the 

cuttlefish breeding program and daily operations of department , January 1, 

1989 through February 28, 1989. 
Robert Lee, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University School of Medicine. 

Worked on developing artificial insemination techniques in the domestic ferret 

which can be used to enlarge the population of the rare black-footed ferret , 

June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Natalie Marine, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Office of Design and 

Exhibits Planning, organized and archived photo collection using proper 

preservation techniques , February 27, 1989 through January 31, 1990. 
Nancy McCorpin, High School Graduate. Small Mammal House, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Wayne Salvador, Jr., High School Graduate. Department of Animal Health, 

participated in "Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education's national summer internship program, June 5, 1989 through July 7, 

1989. 
Mark Stickney, High School Graduate. Small Mammal House, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Melissa Thornley, High School Graduate. Publications Office, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Shawn Tolman, High School Graduate. Golden Lion Tamarin Project, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program, June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Eric Van Kirk, High School Graduate. Primate House, participated in "Intern '89," 

the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 

internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 



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Dianna Yankee, High School Graduate. Invertebrate Exhibits, participated in 
"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER 

Sarah Bamum, Bachelors Degree. Studied interactions between plants and mammals 

in a forest ecosystem . August 28, 1989 through March 23, 1989. 
Denise D'Abundo, Bachelors Degree. Conducted research on the effects of rising 

carbon dioxide concentrations on vegetation and ecosystem processes . 

September 11, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Elizabeth Dolph, Bachelors Candidate, Whitman College. Conducted research on 

microzooplankton grazing on flourescently labeled algea. May 22, 1989 through 

July 28, 1989. 
Heather Lair, Bachelors Candidate, Miami University. Studied acid deposition and its 

impact upon geochemistry . May 15, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Mary Lammert, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Lead participants on nature 

trails through forest, field and marshland and canoe tours of Muddy Creek and 

surrounding wetlands. Also assisted teachers in conducting activities that teach 

basic ecologic concepts. . May 22, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Earl Larson, Bachelors Degree. Conducted research on "Estuarine Fish Biology", 

February 13, 1989 through May 10, 1989. 
Eugene Mei, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Berkeley. Studied the 

forest canopy to understand the biota environment and ecology of the tree 

tops , September 11, 1989 through December 22, 1989. 
Corinne Miles, Bachelors Degree. Documented floristic and structural changes in 

vegetation during forest development, August 28, 1989 through October 13, 

1989. 
Stacey Morgan, Bachelors Candidate, Arizona State University. Studied the 

community structure and population dynamics of phytoplankton in a estuary, 

June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Mary Poteet, Bachelors Candidate, North Carolina State University. Examined 

complex interactions within a model food web containing representative fishery 

species and common forage species. May 8, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Mark Van Oorschot, Bachelors Degree. Studied nitrogen and phosphorus miner- 
alization in riparian ecosystems. April 3, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Ana Villegas, Bachelors Degree. Conducted research on the effects of rising carbon 

dioxide concentration on vegetation and ecosystem processes, April 17, 1989 

through July 7, 1989. 
Wendy Wagner, Bachelors Candidate, Drew University. Studied habitat utilization by 

migratory warblers . June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
James Watkins, Bachelors Degree. Studied the release of nutrients from subtidal 

sediments, June 5, 1989 through September 15, 1989. 



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Pamela Westgate, Bachelors Candidate, Hampshire College. Studied the forest 

canopy to understand the biota, environment and ecology of the tree tops. May 
29, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 

Steven Wu, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Studied ecological factors 

regulating abundance and distribution of juvenile blue crabs as a limiting life 
stage for the fishery in upper Chesapeake Bay , June 5, 1989 through 
September 8, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION ARCHIVES 

Lisa Carlucci, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Arranged and described 
the Division of Mammals Biographical Files and other collections , October 3, 
1988 through May 19, 1989. 

Elizabeth Joffrion, Masters Degree. Conducted research on the Oral History Project 
and Video History Project , July 10, 1989 through September 15, 1989. 

Monica Von Drasek, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Photo Survey 
Project, completed an archival project to rehouse, arrange and describe 
architectural drawings from the collections , January 9, 1989 through 
September 30, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES 

Zoe Lindsay, High School Graduate. Museum Reference Center, participated in 
"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Robert McBride, Masters Candidate, George Mason University. Special Collections, 
created an inventory of Audubon materials, November 8, 1988 through 
February 1, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE 

Denise Alvarez, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, analyzed the ecological 
consequences of structure-physiology relationships of cotyledons through 
comparison of various tropical woody species , July 3, 1989 through 
September 25, 1989. 

Fernando Arosemena, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, monitored 

population dynamics and habitat use in birds and ecology of vertebrates of 
forest undergrowth on BCI and Gigante Peninsula. July 24, 1989 through 
October 15, 1989. 



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Sandra Bos, Bachelors Degree. Ancon, assisted with the population genetics and 

avian extinction Tropical Forest Isolate project. May 1, 1989 through 
Ewa Nowacka Chiari, Bachelors Degree. Archaeology Laboratory, cleaned, mended 

and measured human skeletons from two archaeological sites in Central 

Panama . October 17, 1988 through January 9, 1989. 
Roberto Cordero, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, assisted with a study 

measuring photosynthesis, respiration and transpiration of tropical forest plants . 

January 1, 1989 through March 31, 1989. 
Janna Ellingson, Phd Candidate, University of Texas. Gamboa, assisted in a study of 

reproductive behavior and communication in phvsalaemus pustulosus. June 30, 

1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Yolanda Gamarra, Bachelors Degree. Gamboa, assisted in a project to study the 

evolution of sexual dimorphism in Neotropical pseudoscorpions . January 16, 

1989 through April 16, 1989. 
Pedro Lozada, Bachelors Degree. Entomological Laboratory, assisted with the 

taxonomic study of Cicadellinae project. May 1, 1989 through July 31, 1989. 

July 31, 1989. 
Viterbo Rodriguez, Bachelors Degree. Ancon and Barro Colorado Island, conducted 

research on the reproductive biology of Chelvmorpha alternans , July 3, 1989 

through September 25, 1989. 
Oris Sanjur, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad de Panama. Naos Marine Laboratory, 

assisted with the protein electrophoresis of fish, sea-urchins, isopods and 

gorgonians project . May 1, 1989 through July 24, 1989. 
Cibeles Maria Somarriba, Bachelors Degree. Ancon, assisted with the functional 

morphology of male and female reproductive systems as it relates to the 

mechanism of sperm precedence in the tortoise beetle, Chelvmorpa alternans, 

January 16, 1989 through April 14, 1989. 
Mario Sousa, Bachelors Degree. Ancon, assisted in a study involving Urania moths 

and their larval food plant, Omphalea diandra , January 15, 1989 through April 

15, 1989. 
Jesus Armando Ugalde, Bachelors Degree. Assisted with research on the precedence 

of spermatozoids of two species of Altica , September 1, 1988 through 

December 1, 1988. 
Paolino Velotti, Bachelors Degree. San Bias Field Station, assisted with research on 

environmental variation in colony morphology' and behavior of Manicina 

areolata fLinneaus) , October 7, 1988 through December 31, 1988. 
Luis Manuel Vargas, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad de Panama. Barro Colorado 

Island, provided research support for preparation of illustrated flora of 

seedlings of Panamanian moist forest with emphasis on Barro Colorado, April 

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ANACOSTIA MUSEUM 

LaNeysa Harris, Masters Candidate, University of Washington, Seattle. Education, 
developed audio tape and conducted educational activities for "The Real 
McCov: African-American Inventors and Innovator, 1619-1930" exhibition , June 
12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Tressa Wood, High School Graduate. Education, participated in "Intern '89." the 
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship 
program. June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 



ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART 

Jenny Hoffman, Bachelors Candidate, Emory University. Prepared descriptions of 

Archives' collections containing information about the inter-relationship between 
French and American art, as preparation for a guide to be published in 1990 . 
June 20, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Frederick LaManna, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Studied collections 
and prepared description for inclusion in a guide to French-American sources 
in the holdings , September 15, 1989 through December 12, 1989. 

Amy Mclntyre, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Prepared descriptions of 
Archives' collections containing information about the inter-relationship between 
French and American art, as preparation for a guide to be published in 1990, 
February 2, 1989 through April 30, 1989. 

Kathryn Nowicki, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Studied collections and 

prepared description for inclusion in a guide to French-American sources in the 
holdings , September 15, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Olga Ulloa-Herrera, Masters Degree. Prepared descriptions of Archives' collections 
containing information about the inter-relationship between French and 
American art, as preparation for a guide to be published in 1990 , May 10, 1989 
through August 25, 1989. 



ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY AND FREER GALLERY OF ART 

Sandra Antholt, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Office of Public 

Affairs, prepared an archive on "A Jeweler's Eye: Islamic Arts of the Book 
from the Vever Collection" exhibition, January 3, 1989 through 
January 24, 1989. 

Susan Antholt, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Office of Public 

Affairs, archived publicity for 'Timur and The Princely Vision: Persian Art and 
Culture in the 15th Century" and other exhibits. May 24, 1989 through 
August 15, 1989. 



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Cristina Firouz, Bachelors Candidate, Corcoran School of Art. Design and 

Production, assisted in production of graphic artwork and illustration for special 

exhibitions , July 5, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Linda KJeeman, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Chinese Art, assisted with 

collection management and research , January 5, 1989 through January 30, 1989. 
Elizabeth Krebs, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and Mary. Chinese Art, 

assisted in basic research on Chinese Art collections and in answering public 

inquiries. May 15, 1989 through July 2, 1989. 
Lorna Kundert, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Library, gained 

experience in cataloging , September 5, 1989 through December 12, 1989. 
Andrew Leung, Masters Candidate, New York University Institute of Fine Arts. 

Assisted with Gellatly Collection and Kizil Frescof fragments, June 6, 1989 

through September 8, 1989. 
Jodi Lox, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. American Art, researched Peacock 

Room decoration. Whistler's design and decoration's influence on Anglo- 
American decorative arts , June 6, 1989 through August 14, 1989. 
Sharon Misik, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Education 

Department, studied museum interpretation , January 9, 1989 through April 20, 

1989. 
Shaalini Ranasinghe, Bachelors Candidate, McGill University. 

Prepared materials for school and public programs held in association with The 

The Noble Partch exhibition , June 5, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Beng-Meng Sun, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Library, assisted with 

cataloging duties , September 11, 1989 through December 1, 1989. 
Ching-Ming Tzu, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Library, assisted with 

library administration , January 31, 1989 through May 10, 1989. 
Kim Umemoto, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts University. Office of Public Affairs, 

assisted in preparation of press material and mailing list for "Yani: The Brush 

of Innocence," May 20, 1989 through June 23, 1989. 
Eunice Verstegen, Bachelors Candidate, University of Washington. Public Affairs, 

assisted with archiving exhibits and with media contacts, September 11, 1989 

through December 15, 1989. 



CONSERVATION ANALYTICAL LABORATORY 

Priscilla Anderson, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Surveyed, treated and 

conducted research on paper collections , June 16, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
Carrie Beyer, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Surveyed, treated 

and conducted research on paper collections, June 16, 1989 through July 28, 

1989. 
Andrea Bowes, Bachelors Candidate, Sir Sandford Fleming College. Textile 

Conservation, received practical training on various topics including exhibition 

preparation, cleaning, dveing for restoration and dye analysis , September 1, 

1989 through April 30, 1990. 

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John Childs, Bachelors Degree. Conducted research on consolidants for plaster 
archaeological objects . October 31, 1988 through June 30, 1989. 

Shannon Elliott, Bachelors Degree. Worked on the Flag Preservation Project: 

examined, cataloged, restored, treated and conducted research on wool flags 
from 19th Centurv. June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

LaTasha Harris, Bachelors Candidate, Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science. 
Conservation, worked in the Textile Conservation Laboratory in conjunction 
with the wool flag project , June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 

Philippe Lafargue, Masters Candidate, Ecole Boulle. Characterized materials 

pertinent to the discipline of furniture conservation and application of this 
theoretical knowledge to that discipline , June 1, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 

Muhammadin Razak, Visiting Museum Professional, National Museum of Indonesia. 
Textiles, prepared dves for Schweppe Dye Analysis Course , June 1, 1989 
through September 15, 1989. 

Helen Young, Masters Candidate, University of Delaware. Surveyed, treated and 
conducted research on paper collections , June 16, 1989 through August 11, 
1989. 



COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM OF DESIGN AND DECORATIVE ARTS 

Lisa Agosto, Bachelors Degree. Library, assisted with collection maintenance and 

reviewed and itemized collection of auction catalogs , July 5, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Jennifer Bahssin, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New York at Purchase. 

Drawings and Prints, assisted with inventory and cataloging of collection , 

September 11, 1989 through December 21, 1989. 
Assunta del Priore, Bachelors Degree. Edinburgh University. Director's Office, 

researched the Carnegie Mansion and the history of 19th century art historical 

teaching in American and performed archival work for new introductory gallerv, 

June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Sarah Dove, Masters Degree. Paper Conservation, performed research project in 

paper conservation , July 1, 1989 through June 30, 1989. 
Fennemiek Gommer, Bachelors Candidate, Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten. 

Exhibition Design, assisted with exhibition installation , October 3, 19S8 through 

December 14, 1988. 
Ingrid Kummer, Museum Professional, Museum Fur Angewandte Kunst. 

Development Office, conducted research for "L'Art de Vivre" exhibition, 

November 7, 1988 through April 24, 1989. 
Ann Leibowitz, Bachelors Degree. Decorative Arts, conducted research for "L'Art de 

Vivre" exhibition . November 9, 1988 through April 1, 1989. 
Gwen Loeffler, Bachelors Candidate, Adelphi University. Development Office, 

conducted fundraising activities . January 3, 1989 through May 1, 1989. 
Susanne Loomis, Bachelors Degree. Drawings and Prints, assisted with 

collection management , January 3, 1989 through May 31, 1989. 



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Esther Methe, Masters Degree. Textiles, assisted with textile conservation . October 3, 

1988 through October 1, 1989. 
Sandee Miller, Bachelors Degree. Paper Conservation, assisted in 

paper conservation , June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Caroline Naphegyi, Bachelors Candidate, Ecole du Louvre. Decorative Arts, 

Conducted research in cataloging collection and exhibitions, July 10, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Monika Platzer, Bachelors Degree. Drawings and Prints, assisted installation planning 

of "Views of Rome" exhibition, researched Wiener Werkstatte Textile 

Collection, and assisted in archival cataloguing and collection management , 

June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Ann Portell, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. Textiles and Library, 

conducted textile research and assisted library management , June 5, 1989 

through July 28, 1989. 
Alison Prendiville, Bachelors Degree. Director's Office, researched Calder sculpture 

in New York for exhibition brochure . May 7, 1989 through September 8, 1989. 

Tricia Rose, Bachelors Degree. Library, organized museum's vertical file of clippings 

and pamphlets , June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Tamara Schlesinger, Bachelors Candidate, Columbia University. 

Decorative Arts, assisted with collections management, January 3, 1989 through 

January 20, 1989. 
Laura Shoaf, High School, Miss Porters School. Textiles and Library, assisted with 

photography of collection and library management, January 4, 1989 through 

February 2, 1989. 
Jomo Simmons, Bachelors Degree. Library, assisted with collections maintenance and 

reviewed and itemized collection of auction catalogs, July 5, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Nancy Turrell, Bachelors Candidate, New York University. Development Office, 

conducted fundraising research, January 24, 1989 through May 31, 1989. 
Craig Van Blarcom, Bachelors Candidate, St. Olaf College. Development Office, 

researched funding prospect and assisted with membership sendees. 

June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 



HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 

Michelle Arkin, Bachelors Candidate, Bryn Mawr College. Education, performed 
various tasks such as working with docents, assisting in the development of 
educational materials and learning to give tours. June 5, 1989 through 
August 11, 1989. 

Veronique Bernard, Masters Degree. Education, worked on tours and all aspects of 
the Department of Education. July 6, 1989 through August 15, 1989. 

Christina Hough, Bachelors Degree. Public Information, assisted in writing press 

releases, working openings, and helping with a seminar on museum work and 
training . June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

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Bonnie Kramer, Bachelors Degree. Exhibits, assisted in arranging and exhibiting 
works of art and learned about labelling methods and dry mounting , 
June 19, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Brenda Plakans, Bachelors Candidate, University of Iowa. Curatorial Department, 
assisted curators Valerie Fletcher and Judith Zilczer with research on 
permanent collection archives , June 12, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Christine Splinter, Masters Candidate, University of Bonn. Education, 

assisted with teaching docents , February 22, 1989 through April 15, 1989. 



NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 

Richard Boyd III, Associates Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. 
Preservation/Restoration Division, assisted with preservation/restoration 
projects in support of museum's collections management program , January 17, 
1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Stefanie Brachfeld, Bachelors Candidate, University of Rochester. Center for Earth 
and Planetary Studies, researched origin of modern surface features from 
Viking orbiter data . June 12, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Robert Brazzle, Bachelors Candidate, Bucknell University. Laboratory for 

Astrophysics, assisted in analysis of astronomical data on star formation and 
active galaxies and participated in laboratory tests using infrared and optical 
techniques , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Kristine Conner, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. Public Affairs, 
prepared weekly news digest and assisted with promotion of new exhibition 
openings and Apollo 11 Twentieth Anniversary activities , 
June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Timothy Cronen, Bachelors Candidate, Belmont Abbey College. Information 

Management Division, assisted with standardization of NASM's computer 
database for videodisc photographs of aerospace personalities and aircraft and 
with NASM's special subject collections , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Christopher Damrosch, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Aeronautics 
Department, worked with data on the NASM aircraft model collections , June 
5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Guillaume de Syon, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Aero- 
nautics Department, assisted with obtaining, accessioning, preserving, and 
storing artifacts such as flight clothing, memorabilia, and armament , January 17, 
1989 through April 18, 1989. 

John Eckstine, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Collections 

Maintenance, assisted with a reconciliation of the Registrar's records with the 
artifact inventory records, January 3, 1989 through March 31, 1989. 

Kelly Evans, Bachelors Candidate, Texas A&M. Archives, reviewed and repaired 

microfilm, cross-checked indexes, reorganized and rehoused drawings collections 
and prepared processing plans, September 11, 1989 through November 20, 
1989. 



Robert Flanagan, Bachelors Degree. Exhibits, designed and produced posters. 

publications, and general signage , September 11, 1989 through December 11, 

1989. 
Kristin Gannett, Bachelors Candidate, Wartburg College. Information Management, 

assisted in standardization of NASM's computer database for videodisc 

photographs of aerospace personalities and aircraft and special subject 

collection. June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Renee Geary, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Photography Laboratory, 

assisted daily operations . January 23, 1989 through May 2, 1989. 
Lily Giordano, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Aeronautics Department, 

assisted with research on WWI aircraft collection, particularly French aircraft . 

June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Terry Hammond, Masters Degree. Art Unit, researched copyright status of NASM's 

art collection . July 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Christy Hesby, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington College. Information 

Management Division, assisted in the accessioning of donations to the 

Museum's collections , January 17, 1989 through April 24, 1989. 
Gaochang Huang, Masters Candidate, George Mason University. Office Automation 

and Information Management, assisted with inventory of software and hardware 

and with novel network installation, June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Sir Johnson, High School, Crossland High School. Collections Maintenance, assisted 

with artifact inventory and restoration of artifacts , July 11, 1989 through 

August 22, 1989. 
Victoria Johnson, Associates Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautics University. 

Preservation/Restoration Division, assisted in restoration and preservation of air 

and spacecraft in NASM collections . May 22, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Francis Kiger III, Bachelors Candidate, West Chester University. Center for Earth 

and Planetary Studies, mapped tectonic features of the floor of the Olympus 

Mons Caldera and constructed a digital mosaic using high-resolution Viking 

orbiter images , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Lutz Koppen. Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Collections 

Maintenance Division, worked with data on the NASM aircraft model 

collections . June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Robert Leach, Bachelors Degree. Exhibits Production, applied graphic art materials 

to exhibits areas and structures, January 17, 1989 through March 2, 1989. 
Rebecca Leake, Bachelors Candidate, Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State 

University. NASM Archives, assisted with repair and preservation of microfilm. 

and review of Wright Field Collections . June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Allison Levy, Bachelors Candidate, Tulane University. Office of Education, Produced 

artwork for various projects, including slide sets, brochures and workshop 

packages . June 12, 1989 through July 31, 1989. 
Michael Liu, Bachelors Candidate, Cornell University. Space History and Center for 

Earth and Planetary Studies, researched the technology of satellite design and 

mapped tectonic features of the floor of the Olvmpus Mons Caldera, 

June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



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Mark Lott, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Archives, assisted with repair 

and preservation of microfilm and reorganization of aircraft drawings , 

June 5, 1989 through August 12, 1989. 
Timothy Maloy, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Restoration/Preservation 

Division, assisted with preservation and restoration program, assembly of air 

and spacecraft artifacts, installation of artifacts and machining, welding, fabric 

work and chemical cleaning , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Ellen Mansfield, Masters Candidate, Gallaudet University. Exhibits Production and 

Design, designed sign system for Arts and Industries Building and assisted with 

installation of new gallery and silkscreening for interpretive panels , January 17, 

1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Trina Maslowski, Bachelors Candidate, Corcoran School of Art. Department of 

Exhibits, assisted in typesetting label scripts, proofreading gallevs. updating 

computer records and making photostats . June 5, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
John McGinnis, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. 

Preservation/Restoration, performed tasks of a technical nature , September 11, 

1989 through December 11, 1989. 
Kevin McKeon, High School Graduate. Preservation/Restoration, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
Richard Murphy, Bachelors Candidate, Centenary College. Archives, assisted in repair 

and preservation of microfilm, reorganization of aircraft drawings and review of 

Wright Field Collections , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Michael O'Campo, High School Graduate. Office of Plant Services, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Scott Ortman, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. Collections Maintenance, 

assisted with preservation of NASM aircraft engine and collections , 

June 19, 1989 through September 19, 1989. 
Carol Patt, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Library, assisted with 

evaluation of the quality and value of the Library collection. January 17, 1989 

through May 5, 1989. 
Daniel Pendicle, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New York at Binghamton. 

Office of Museum Programs, researched appropriate films for NASM's 

Strategic Bombing Program and the Space Fiction Film Series, June 5, 1989 

through August 11, 1989. 
Radhika Philip, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Collections Management, 

prepared label text for artifacts at the Paul E. Garber Facility . January 4, 1989 

through February 1, 1989. 
Thomas Ratcliffe, High School Graduate. Space History Department, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
William Robie, Masters Candidate, East Carolina University. Aeronautics, prepared 

Morehouse Geographies for publication , September 11, 1989 through December 

11, 1989. 



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Thomasina Sai-Yee Seah, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Exhibits 

Department, designed brochures, programs, and posters , January 17, 1989 

through May 2, 1989. 
Laurence Shear, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Office 

Automation, wrote DBaselH code for museum projects and assisted personal 

computer users , October 11, 1988 through May 5, 1989. 
Alex Spencer, Masters Candidate, Pennsylvania State University. Aeronautics, worked 

on Sherman Fairchild Archives and upgraded aerial photographic archives. 

September 11, 1989 through November 20, 1989. 
Kevin Sturgill, High School Graduate. Preservation/Restoration, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through 

July 7, 1989. 
Leikun Teferra, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Science and Exploration, 

conducted research on the space history of the Soviet Union, February 6, 1989 

through December 11, 1989. 
Lori Vermaas, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas at Austin. Space History 

Department, assisted in evaluating and modifying software for interactive 

computer programs for the "Beyond the Limits" Gallery, June 5, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
Steven Weidenkopf, High School Graduate. Archival Support Center, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Richard Wirz, Bachelors Candidate, Montreat-Anderson College. 

Preservation/Restoration, performed tasks of a technical nature, September 11, 

1989 through November 20, 1989. 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 

Agbenyega Adedze, Masters Degree. Curatorial Department, researched the social 

function and aesthetic appreciation of Ewe Textiles, June 12, 1989 through 

August 18, 1989. 
Indra Caudle, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Curatorial Department, 

conducted object-orient research on the permanent collection, September 11, 

1989 through December 31, 1989. 
Karen Fountain, Bachelors Degree. Public Affairs, assisted in promoting educational 

activities, organizing special events and developing affairs campaigns, June 5, 

1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Kendall LaMontagne, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Archives, Processed 

and catalogued vintage postcard collection , June 14, 1989 through 

August 31, 1989. 
Nuria Madrid, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Department of 

Education Department, conducted research and development of guided tours, 

January 17, 1989 through April 21, 1989. 



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Dafton Njuguna, PhD Candidate, University of California at Los Angeles. Curatorial 

Department, reviewed literature on form and phenomena in nomadic 

transhumance architecture in sub-saharan Africa, June 19, 1989 through 

September 8, 1989. 
Heidi Overing, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial Department, conducted research and 

prepared materials for future exhibition , February 8, 1989 through June 30, 

1989. 
Gretchen Primack, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Department of Education, 

conducted research on a single or group of instruments for future exhibition , 

December 4, 1988 through January 27, 1989. 
Sally Shelburne, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Curatorial Department, 

conducted research on African art , January 23, 1989 through May 30, 1989. 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 

Dean Adkins, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Intern Programs, 

participated in advanced level museum training program , September 8, 1989 

through April 20, 1990. 
Stephen Best, Masters Candidate, Williams College. Intern Programs, participated in 

advanced level museum training program , September 8, 1989 through April 20, 

1990. 
Susan Bollendorf, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced level 

museum training program , September 8, 1989 through April 20, 1990. 
Judy Chang, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Santa Cruz. Graphic 

Arts, performed collection management tasks including cataloguing prints and 

drawings, reorganizing art works, and archival storage and handling , 

June 19, 1989 through September 8, 1989. 
Kimberly Cody, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced level 

museum training program , September 8, 1989 through December 8, 1989. 
Ethan Cohen, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Design and Production Office, 

assisted the Design and Production Office. June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Mayra Corral, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. Design and Production 

Office and Office of Museum Programs, divided time between Design and 

Production Office and Office of Museum Programs . June 5, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Karen Fix, Bachelors Degree. Office of Research Support, conducted research for 

the Inventory of American Paintings , September 25, 1989 through December 1, 

1989. 
Catherine Groos, Masters Candidate, University of Southern California. Curatorial 

Division, assisted the Curatorial Division , January 9, 1989 through April 21, 

1989. 
Anne Hudson, Bachelors Degree. Library, assisted in general aspects of the Library . 

June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Nina Hval, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced level 

museum training program , September 8, 1989 through December 31, 1989. 



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Susannah Jacobson, Bachelors Candidate, Hartwick College. Curatorial Division, 

assisted the Curatorial Division , January 9, 1989 through February 3, 1989. 
Jacqueline Kodner, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced 

level museum training program, September 8, 1989 through April 20, 1990. 
J'Laine Krueger, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced level 

museum training program, September 8, 1989 through April 20, 1990. 
Margaret Lee, Masters Candidate, University of Texas at Austin. Graphics, assisted 

in general aspects of the Department of Graphic Arts collection . June 5, 1989 

through July 28, 1989. 
Joseph Lucchesi, Masters Degree. Administration, assisted in all aspect of 

Administration Division , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Catherine Lusheck, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, participated in advanced 

level museum training programs , September 8, 1989 through April 20, 1990. 
Althea Malloy, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and Mary. Registrar, 

assisted Rights and Reproduction work , June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Julie Mann, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. Museum Programs, assisted in 

developing interpretive materials , June 5, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Michelle Mead, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial Division, assisted in general aspects of 

the Curatorial Division , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Kathleen Mosier, Bachelors Candidate, Hiram College. Research Support, assisted in 

Development of an inventory of American sculpture, June 5, 1989 through 

July 28, 1989. 
Marina Moskowitz, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Curatorial Division, 

assisted in all aspects of the chief curator's research, June 5, 1989 through 

July 21, 1989. 
Grace Murray, Bachelors Candidate, Wake Forest University. Publications, assisted in 

all aspects of the Publications Division , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Kristin Norell, Bachelors Candidate, University of Kansas-Lawrence. Curatorial 

Division and Museum Programs Division, divided time between the Curatorial 

Division and the Museum Programs Division, January 9, 1989 through April 21, 

1989. 
Stephanie Rieke, Bachelors Candidate, Kenyon College. Curatorial Division, assisted 

in general aspects of the Curatorial Division, June 5, 1989 through July 28, 

1989. 
Lesley Roberts, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Los Angeles. Office 

of Research Support, assisted the Office of Research Support, January 9, 1989 

through March 24, 1989. 
Leisa Rundquist, Bachelors Degree, University of Illinois. Curatorial Division, 

assisted in research for newlv arrived Mephill collection, June 5, 1989 through 

July 28, 1989. 
Lynne Schaffer, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Public Programs 

Division, assisted the Public Programs Division, January 9, 1989 through 

April 21, 1989. 
Martina Schenke, Masters Candidate, Goethe University. Intern Programs, 

participated in advanced level museum training program, September 8, 1989 

through April 20, 1990. 



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Leslie Tate, Masters Candidate, American University. Intern Programs, participated 
in advanced level museum training program , September 8, 1989 through April 
20, 1989. 

Anne Walker, High School Graduate. Office of the Registrar, participated in "Intern 
'89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 
internship program. July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Nancy Wickham, Bachelors DegTee. Public Programs, assisted with development of 
public brochures and tours , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 

Stuart Wolffe, Bachelors Candidate, Seton Hall University. Registrar, assisted in 
various aspects of the Registrar's office. June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY 

Erin Ackerman, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Academic Affairs, conducted 

research on the history of representations of New England , September 5, 1989 

through December 15, 1989. 
Cynthia Agustin, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives Center, assisted with 

the Duke Ellington exhibit , September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Leanne Albert, Bachelors Candidate, St. Olaf College. First Ladies, conducted 

research on two First Ladies, September 21, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Mary Appel, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, assisted with the Underwood and 

Underwood glass stereograph collection , September 5, 1989 through September 

1, 1990. 
Michelle Appel, Bachelors Candidate, California State University at Chico. 

Conservation, assisted with conservation of Men and Womens exhibit, June 1, 

1989 throughAugust 18, 1989. 
Paula Artal-Isbrand, Bachelors Degree. Conservation, assisted with rehousing project . 

September 12, 1989 through May 15, 1990. 
Donna Avedisian, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts University. Registrar, compiled 

information about 18th and 19th century pianos . June 6, 1989 through 

July 31, 1989. 
Myrna Barriatos, Museum Professional. National Museum of the Philippines. Office 

of the Registrar, performed collections management including records systems, 

object handling and processing and computerization of information, July 10, 

1989 through October 15, 1989. 
Samuel Batzli, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Printing and 

Photographic Services, assisted with George Tames collection of photographs, 

September 1, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Tanika Beamon, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. Assisted research 

by head of audience research and helped prepare preview gallery for the "The 

Information of People, Information and Technology" exhibit , June 5, 1989 

through August 11, 1989. 
Dana Belcher, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Numismatics, rearranged 

coins and currency of Alexandria, Egypt from Greek imperial times in Asia 

Minor and Asia Proper, September 12, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 



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Sheri Belcher, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Computers 

Information and Society, assisted with the "Information Age" exhibition. 

February 7, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Suzanne Bell, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Berkeley. Domestic 

Life Division, researched youth subcultures in 20th century American and 

American home life , June 1, 1989 through August 1, 1989. 
Paul Bellis, Bachelors Candidate, College of Wooster. History of Science and 

Technology, assisted in research on exhibit dealing with history of science in the 

U.S.. stressing the social implications of scientific research , June 5, 1989 

through August 4, 1989. 
Mike Berman, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wisconsin. Social and Cultural 

History, performed research, script writing and exhibit maintenance for "Land 

of Promise: America in the 19th century." May 23, 1989 through August 18, 

1989. 
Amy Bix, PhD Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. History of Science and 

Technology, researched and planned for new exhibit "Science in America." 

June 14, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Laura Blake, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Department of Public 

Programs, assisted research and collection of photos. American Sampler 

programs, and archiving and cataloging of materials , January 27, 1989 through 

May 5, 1989. 
Heidi Boncher, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. Electricity and Modern 

Physics, collected data for card catalog, prepared photographs and assisted in 

conservation tasks , June 1, 1989 through July 31, 1989. 
Kourtney Braff, Bachelors Degree. Internship Office, assisted with Desktop 

Publishing Intern Newsletter and Pendulum Perspectives, June 6, 1989 through 

July 6, 1989. 
Laura Branstetter, Bachelors Candidate, New College of U.S.F. Transportation 

Division, assisted with exhibit design and construction of Bicycle exhibit , June 5, 

1989 through August 10, 1989. 
Elizabeth Broadrup, Bachelors Candidate, Williams College. Community Life 

Division, performed graphic and bibliographic research for exhibit on children 

and the Cold War Era and assisted with exhibit maintenance, cataloguing and 

accessioning , June 19, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Christina Broberg, Bachelors Candidate, Corcoran School of Art. Publications, 

assisted in graphic design and production of booklets, flyers, and programs 

required bv the Department of Public Programs, February 21, 1989 through 

May 12, 1989. 
Jeffrey Brodie, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Berkeley. Science and 

Technology, assisted with research of various science and technology projects 

using the Smithsonian Archives, the National Archives and the Library of 

Congress , May 24, 1989 through August 3, 1989. 
Melissa Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Alma College. Office of Public Affairs, acted as 

liasion with curators and exhibit designers, met with film crews, answered calls 

and reviewed periodicals and newspapers for information pertinent to the 

museum. February 2, 1989 through April 28, 1989. 



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Betsy Buchanan, Bachelors Candidate, Emory and Henry College. Numismatics, 

created photographic files including identification check and typing of labels, 

March 7, 1989 through May 1, 1989. 
Christopher Bunce, High School Graduate. National Numismatics Collection, 

participated in "Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education's national Summer internship program, July 10, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
David Burgevin, Masters Candidate, Virginia Commonwealth University. 

Photographic History, assisted with collection management, August 28, 1989 

through December 8, 1989. 
Kim Butler, Masters Degree. Public Programs, researched and planned for 1990 

conference on the African diaspora, June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Michele Cappelle, Masters Degree. Textiles, researched the patent models of 

carpeting in the Dot collection , July 7, 1989 through September 22, 1989. 
Lage Carlson, Masters Candidate, Buffalo State College. Conservation Division, 

assisted with conservation/preservation of paper objects . March 6, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
James Carpenter, Bachelors Candidate, Central Wesleyan College. Transportation, 

served as research and collections management assistant . September 11, 1989 

through December 18, 1989. 
Marie Carter, Bachelors Degree. Publications, served as editorial and production 

assistant working on entire publications process . September 25, 1989 through 

June 30, 1990. 
David Cebula, Masters Candidate, West Virginia University. Transportation, compiled 

an index of marine steam engine builders in New York from 1840 through 

1860 . January 23, 1989 through March 17, 1989. 
Sulhee Chung, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Science and Technology, 

conducted research on the impact and influence of technological development 

on the intellectual history of the United States . September 5, 1989 through 

December 15, 1989. 
Greta Climer, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Internship Office, 

assisted in coordination and research for the Landmark '90 conference and the 

February Black History Month Conference , June 12, 1989 through 

August 4, 1989. 
Leslie Clovis, Masters Candidate, Northeastern University. Internship Office, 

organized ,f brown bag" series of weekly lectures and events for interns, June 5, 

1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Lisa Clyde, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives Center, conducted research 

on the history of advertising , September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Anna Coatsworth, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Internship Office, 

assisted Internship and Fellowship Coordinator. July 3, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Jared Cohen, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Education, assisted with 

"Field to Factory" Education outreach kits , January 24, 1989 through April 24, 

1989. 



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Hope Connors, Masters Degree. American Indian Program, maintained "The Way to 

Independence" exhibition, established "suitcase" a traveling exhibition of native 

plants and medicinal plants and assisted with Folklife Festival and Public 

Programs Education Coordination, June 12, 1989 through October 17, 1989. 
Rebecca Cureton, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Education, 

assisted with projects relating to the Hands on History Room, January 9, 1989 

through April 20, 1989. 
Colleen Curry, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Registrar's Office, 

assisted with variety of tasks including administrative functions, off-site storage 

and central cataloguing of the 1876 exhibition . May 8, 1989 through June 30, 

1989. 
Amy Jo Dale, Bachelors Candidate, University of Redlands. Public Affairs, studied 

administrative systems necessary for an effective public affairs program. 

September 21, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Daniel Dalrymple, High School Graduate. Archives Center, participated in "Intern 

'89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 

internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Margarita Decierdo, Bachelors Degree. Department of History and Department of 

Agriculture, researched and transcribed information on Southern agriculture . 

June 12, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Liesl Dees, Bachelors Degree. Musical History, assisted with the Duke Ellington 

collection , September 5, 1989 through August 5, 1990. 
Margherita Desy, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Political 

History, worked on decorative art objects for the "Ceremonial Court" exhibition 

and performed conservation and design work on the First Ladies Case, 

January 11, 1989 through May 1, 1989. 
Cynthia Dickinson, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. Electricity and 

Modern Physics, performed basic collections management and preparation of a 

historic photo file, June 19, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Debra Dunbar, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Davis. Exhibit Design, 

served as design assistant for the "Women in the Progressive Era" exhibition , 

September 5, 1989 through December 20, 1989. 
David Edwards, Bachelors Candidate, Holy Cross College. Academic Affairs, assisted 

in preparation of a historiography of the literature about the Puritans, 

January 17, 1989 through May 5, 1989. 
Hazel Ervin, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. American Quarterly, assisted 

with editing and layout for American Quarterly, June 5, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Lura Erwin, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Exhibit Design, designed scale 

drawings for "From Parlor to Politics" exhibition , February 1, 1989 through 

April 28, 1989. 



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Marisol Espina-Ruiz, Museum Professional, National Museum of Anthropology of 

Mexico. Exhibits, assisted in the design and preparation for an exhibition on 

television. January 1, 1989 through May 15, 1989. 
Francesca Fazzari, Bachelors Candidate, University of Toronto. Flistory of Science 

and Technology, assisted with research in Marxist perspective of developmental 

technology and with technology exhibit preparation. May 15, 1989 through 

August 18, 1989. 
Kathleen Fenton, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Internship 

Office, served as assistant internship and fellowship coordinator, January 9, 

1989 through March 31, 1989. 
Jocelyn File, Bachelors Degree. Armed Forces Division, worked with prints and 

photographs in the Division's collection and helped to maintain the 

"A More Perfect Union" exhibition. June 5, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Amber Finney, High School Graduate. Division of Medical Sciences, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Delya Ghosh, High School Graduate. Programs in Popular American Music, 

participated in "Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education's national summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through 

July 7, 1989. 
Leslie Gillium, High School, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and 

Technology. Political History, assisted with research and organization for 

"Women in the Progressive Era" exhibition, June 28, 1989 through July 29, 

1989. 
Joanne Gipson, Bachelors Degree. Medical Sciences, performed research and 

inventory in preparation for the manuscript "Engendering Culture: Manhood 

and Womanhood in 1930s Murals, Sculptures, and Theater , June 8, 1989 

through August 1, 1989. 
Randi Gordan, Bachelors Candidate, Washington State University. Department of 

Science and Technology, assisted in a special project for military headgear, a 

project for uniforms and in developing a national collection of women's military 

uniforms. May 22, 1989 through August 12, 1989. 
Christine Griffin, Bachelors Candidate, Baldwin Wallace College. Internship Office, 

assisted Internship and Fellowship Coordinator, June 19, 1989 through 

September 1, 1989. 
Peter Gustafson, Bachelors Candidate, Houghton College. Political History, identified, 

marked, located, and rearranged collections , February 2, 1989 through 

April 28, 1989. 
Jeffrey Hamley, PhD Candidate, Harvard University. American Indian Program, 

researched photographic history of federal Indian boarding school education 

during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, June 5, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 



Brooke Hartzog, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Photography, assisted in the 
production of a videodisc concerning the Underwood and Underwood glass 
stereographs collection, September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Katherine Hersperger, Bachelors Candidate, Syracuse University. Publications 

Division, assisted in design and editing, production and inventory control of 
publications . May 22, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 

Elizabeth Heydt, Bachelors Candidate, Purdue University. Electricity and 

Modern Physics, assisted in collections management, working with a project to 
rehouse specimens collected in the Division of Electricity and Modern Phvsics. 
May 15, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Julie Hickman, Bachelors Candidate, Baylor University. Public Programs, assisted the 
Intern Coordinator . May 15, 1989 through June 16, 1989. 

Carrie Higgins, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Electricity and Modern 

Physics, worked in conservation collection management, exhibit design and on- 
line computer data entry . September 21, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Michelle Ho, High School Graduate. Division of Political History, participated in 
"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program . July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Cynthia Holloman, Bachelors Candidate, Auburn University. Armed Forces History, 
participated in special projects to document, photo and rehouse head gear.and 
in development of the collection of women's military uniforms . 
' June 15, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Kathleen Horwedel, Bachelors Candidate, Bowling Green State University. Social and 
Cultural History and Division of Community of Life, assisted with research and 
exhibitions. June 5, 1989 through August 9, 1989. 

Erin Hoyt, Bachelors Candidate, Spring Hill College. Education, assisted with 
preparation of a new interpreter's manual for the school tour program. 
May 30, 1989 through August 10, 1989. 

Maureen Hurley, Bachelors Candidate, University of New Hampshire. Public 

Programs, assisted with production of publications. February 2, 1989 through 
April 28, 1989. 

Elizabeth Joffrion, Masters Degree. Agriculture and Natural Resources, transcribed, 
indexed and created finding aide for a series of oral histories conducted with 
Southern sharecroppers and farm tenants. September 25, 1989 through June 30, 
1990. 

Su Kao, Bachelors Candidate, Bryn Mawr College. History of Science and 

Technology, catalogued and accessioned approximately 200 over-the-counter 
medicines collected in China last year. June 1, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Mary Kenyon-Sterling, Bachelors Degree. Columbus Quincentenary, 

assisted with research and preparation of exhibits . June 19, 1989 
through June 1, 1990. 

Mark Kessler, Bachelors Degree. Assisted with research for Common Agenda . 
June 27, 1989 throug August 25, 1989. 



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Lene Klit, Visiting Professional, Danish National Museum. Conservation Department, 

served as assistant to the photographers learning latest photographic, studio 

and lab equipment. November 1, 1988 through January 31, 1989. 
Lisa Kranthal, Bachelors Degree. Conservation, learned conservation techniques. 

September 18, 1989 through June 30, 1990. 
Angela Krueger, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Armed Forces Division, 

participated in a special project for military headgear and helped to develop a 

national collection of women's military uniforms. May 22, 1989 through 

July 28, 1989. 
Sanghmitra Kundu, Masters Candidate, Texas Tech Museum. History and 

Technology Collections Management, assisted with reinstallation of exhibits 

removed for building renovation. May 15, 1989 through August 15, 1989. 
Martha La Mason, Bachelors Candidate, Christopher Newport College. Political 

History, assisted with final organization and installation of the "Ceremonial 

Court" exhibition. January 9, 1989 through March 7, 1989. 
Jill Lavigne, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. Office of Printing and 

Photographic Services, assisted with various work in the office . May 30, 1989 

through August 4, 1989. 
Maureen Lenehan, Bachelors Degree. Numismatics, reorganized the Numismatic 

Library photographs . June 5, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Jennifer Loesel, High School Graduate. Early Enrichment Center, participated in 

"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program, July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Bridget Maley, Bachelors Candidate, Salem College. Ceramics and Glass, assisted in 

accessioning a collection of recently acquired ceramics . January 3, 1989 through 

January 27, 1989. 
David Manning, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State University. Museum Programs, 

assisted with publicity for American Sampler. Ail-American Music and Palm 

Court programs . September 12, 1989 through November 30, 1989. 
Daniel McCarthy, Bachelors Candidate, University of Oregon. Internship Office, 

researched and produced an Internship Catalogue; researched and wrote for 

the Newsletter to former interns , April 3, 1989 through June 23, 1989. 
Daniel McClure, Bachelors Candidate, Wesleyan University. Archives Center, 

conducted a research project with the Duke Ellington Collection, June 5, 1989 

through August 25, 1989. 
Laura McGlasson, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Armed Forces History, 

updated catalog records on Womens Uniform Collection. January 31, 1989 

through May 15, 1989. 
Bronwyn McNeill, Bachelors Candidate, Trinity College, University of Dublin. 

Military History and Regent's Fellow, assisted with rehousing, conservation and 

collections management of Recruitment Posters in military history . June 19, 

1989 through October 1, 1989. 



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Cheryl Megerdigian, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, archived materials from 

various collections, June 7, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Vicki Meier, Bachelors Candidate. Armed Forces History, participated in a special 

project to document, photograph and rehouse military headgear and assisted 

with reorganization of uniform collection. May 9, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Dana Middents, Bachelors Candidate, American University. History of Science and 

Technology, assisted with entering graphics into on line catalog and with an 

interactive display . June 12, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Nancy Mitchell, Bachelors Degree. History of Science and Technology, assisted with 

Native American Culture resource management, June 26, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Todd Mohink, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Department of Social 

and Cultural History, assisted with cataloguing movie objects and with the Men 

and Women exhibit. June 19, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Monica Moore, Bachelors Degree. Division of Musical Instruments, researched black 

periodicals to discover black perception of Ellington . June 12, 1989 through 

September 1, 1989. 
Alexandra Morris, Bachelors Candidate, Cambridge University. Division of Science 

and Technology, assisted with arrangement of graphics for communications 

exhibit . July 5, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Matthew Mulcahy, Bachelors Candidate, Macalester College. Division of Community 

Life, researched historically black land grant college. May 30, 1989 through 

August 31, 1989. 
John Murph, Bachelors Degree. Studied Afro-American music and jazz with 

emphasis on Duke Ellington's international tours. June 5, 1989 through August 

25, 1989. 
Kevin Murphy, Masters Degree. Domestic Life, conducted research of 20th century 

American home life and youth culture and assisted with maintenance of current 

exhibits and collections . June 1, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Laura Narcizo, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Internship and 

Fellowship Office, served as assistant internship and fellowship coordinator . 

September 6, 1989 through December 6, 1989. 
Jessie Nicoll, High School, Pittsford Mendon High School. Exhibits Production, 

assisted with graphics production, July 17, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Sylvia O'Macauley, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, assisted with Duke Ellington 

project . June 19, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Alison Paddlety, Bachelors Candidate, Institute of American Indian Art. Armed 

Forces History, assisted staff with daily office work . October 7, 1988 through 

December 22, 1988. Graphic Arts, assisted with various work in the division, 

June 26, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Sunae Park, Phd. Textiles, Completed descriptions of newly-acquired objects. 

continued survey of early 20th-century fabrics, assisted mounting a Case-of-the 

Month exhibit. April 10, 1989 through July 3, 1989. 



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Pamela Paulien, Bachelors Degree. Exhibits Design, assisted in developing models 

and drawings for sections of the "From Parlor to Politics" exhibition, 

June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Stephen Perciful, High School Graduate. Division of Armed Forces, participated in 

"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Lisa Pertillar, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Division of Community Life, 

assisted in editing and writing annotated bibliography for a gospel music 

anthology . June 5, 1989 through August 24, 1989. 
Diana Plumer, Bachelors Candidate, Case Western Reserve University. Political 

Documents, performed duties as research assistant, June 26, 1989 through 

August 4, 1989. 
Sarah Prown, Bachelors Degree. Community Life, conducted research and collections 

management for an exhibition on the early history of Rock and Roll , 

September 5, 1989 through August 31, 1990. 
Amanda Quandt, Bachelors Candidate, Taylor University. Public Programs, 

obtained film and video excerpts used in video presentations for two special 

exhibitions , January 23, 1989 through May 4, 1989. 
Dwandalyn Reece, Masters Degree. Musical History, conducted research for the 

Duke Ellington Collection , January 5, 1989 through May 31, 1989. 
Sharon Reynolds, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives Center, assisted with 

the Duke Ellington exhibition . September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
William Roche, III, Bachelors Candidate, University of Notre Dame. Design Division, 

assisted in research and scale drawing for the "Sesame Street" and the 

"Manufacturing of the M9 Service Handgun," May 31, 1989 through 

August 20, 1989. 
Janet Rockne, Bachelors Degree. Division of Domestic Life, assisted with research in 

20th Centurv youth subcultures, and with cleaning and numbering of exhibits, 

August 1, 1989 through August 1, 1990. 
Ivonne Ross, Bachelors Candidate, Montgomery College. Medical Sciences, assisted 

in cataloguing accessioning, photographing and entering into computer data 

medical objects to be transferred to other locations , June 19, 1989 through 

August 18, 1989. 
Darren Rydstrom, Bachelors Candidate, Biola University. Agriculture and Natural 

Resources, served as research and collections management assistant, September 

11, 1989 through December 18, 1989. 
Jacqueline Schraud, Masters Candidate, Armed Services 

History, catalogued women's uniforms and studied women on frontier army 

posts . June 1, 1989 through August 1, 1989. 
Susan Schroeder, Bachelors Candidate, Colorado State University. American Indian 

Program, assisted with the American Indian collection . May 8, 1989 through 

July 28, 1989. 



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Nicole Senecal, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Exhibit Design, 
researched, designed and executed specific elements of the "Who Wears the 
Pants?" exhibition. January 10, 1989 through April 14, 1989. 

Eileen Shapiro, Masters Degree. Political History, researched moving pictures and 

other film sources at the National Archives and the Library of Congress for the 
"Women in Progressive Era" exhibition. July 10, 1989 through 
September 30, 1989. 

Cheryl Simmons, Masters Degree. Archives, researched African-American Diaspora. 
May 15, 1989 through November 11, 1989. 

Jolie Simmons, Bachelors Candidate, West Virginia University. Publications and 

Exhibit Design, assisted in design, production and inventory control with special 
emphasis on the design and production of printed materials . September 11, 
1989 through June 1, 1990. 

Sara Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Northwestern University. Political History, 

conducted research and photographic identification on slavery and free blacks 
in 19th Century America , September 19, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Suzanne Smyrl, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Division of Political 
History, assembled and reorganized portions of the Division's photographic 
collections into useful categories or descriptors for the use of researchers. 
May 30, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 

Rebecca Sokolovsky, Bachelors Candidate, Williams College. Musical History, assisted 
with research to develop a bibliographic and vertical research file on Duke 
Ellington and his associates. June 5, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 

Linda Song, Bachelors Degree. Assisted with research 

for paper on Afro-Americans who remained in the South during the Great 
Migration and acted as curatorial assistant for the "Parlor to Politics" exhibition. 
June 5, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Christopher Stadnyk, High School Graduate. Department of Exhibits, participated in 
"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program . June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 

Evan Stoddard, Bachelors Candidate, Miami University, Ohio. Electricity and 

Modern Physics, organized card catalogue system and photographs and acted as 
curatorial assistant. May 23, 1989 through August 1, 1989. 

Yoonjoo Strumfels, Masters Degree. Paper Conservation, completed an advanced 
internship in conservation. January 3, 1989 through January 2, 1990. 

Pamela Sturner, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Division of Community Life, 
researched and developed an exhibit on children of the Cold War . 
May 30, 1989 through July 21, 1989. 

Miriam Thaggert, High School Graduate. Program in Black American Culture, 
participated in "Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education's national summer internship program. July 10, 1989 through 
August 11, 1989. 



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Jennifer Theiss, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan Art School. Design, 

performed basic graphic and typographic work for exhibits, June 8, 1989 

through August 8, 1989. 
Phillip Thomas, Bachelors Degree. Internship and Fellowship Office, served as 

assistant internship and fellowship coordinator, September 9, 1989 through 

December 1, 1989. 
Kiley Timperley, High School Graduate. Office of Printing and Photographic 

Services, participated in "Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education's national summer internship program , June 5, 1989 through July 7, 

1989. 
Christine Truoiolo, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Public Programs, 

assisted with the production of a scholarly meeting, a public symposium and a 

small exhibition, January 24, 1989 through May 5, 1989. 
Ann Wagner, Bachelors Candidate, Wheaton College. Musical History, assisted with 

the Duke Ellington project , January 3, 1989 through January 27, 1989. 
Stephanie Wahl, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Armed Forces 

History, assisted with women's uniform collection, September 6, 1989 through 

December 15, 1989. 
Chris Walsh, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. Academic Affairs, assisted 

Copy Editor of the American Quarterly , January 12, 1989 through 

June 1, 1989. 
Eric Ward, Bachelors Candidate, Coe College. Public Affairs, coordinated and 

supervised film crews for press conferences on the Inventors and Innovators 

exhibit , September 13, 1989 through December 8, 1989. 
Janis Weiher, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Office of the 

Registrar, assisted with all major functions of the Office of the Registrar , 

January 10, 1989 through April 20, 1989. 
Jodi Westrum, Bachelors Candidate, University of Iowa. Public Programs, served as 

permissions editor for Columbus Quincentenary book , September 5, 1989 

through December 15, 1989. 
Heather Wilcox, High School, Pennridge High School. Transportation, catalogued 

Pullman train photos on computer, June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Cynthia Williams, Masters Candidate, James Madison University. Social and Cultural 

History and Political History, assisted with photographic collection and with the 

"Parlor to Politics" exhibition , June 5, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Nicole Williamson, Bachelors Degree. Public Programs, conducted research for 1992 

Africa Diaspora Conference and served as production assistant for the 1990 

African AMerican Aesthic Conference , September 25, 1989 through December 

1, 1989. 
Heather Woodcock, Bachelors Degree. Center for Advertising History and the 

Archives Center, assisted with research on food, cosmetic and public interest 

advertising including soft drink, cigarette and over-the-counter medicine ads, 

June 26, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 



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Sun Kyung Yoon, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Computers and 
Information in Society, assisted with the "Information Age" exhibition. 
February 2, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 



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John Alroy, Bachelors Degree. Paleobiology, compiled information on Terrestrial 

Ecosystem Evolution. July 4, 1989 through June 30, 1990. 
Abigail Armstrong, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Anthropology, assisted 

with inventory, repair and process of a historic film collection, June 7, 1989 

through August 18, 1989. 
Kristina Arnold, Bachelors Degree. Anthropology, researched Plains Indian Sundance 

and contemporary Plains Indian art . May 31, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 
Anne Baird, Bachelors Candidate, Salem College. Naturalist Center, reviewed, edited 

and updated Learning Laboratory in Human Osteology . January 3, 1989 

through January 27, 1989. 
Jennifer Baum, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Anthropology, 

worked with classical archaeology . May 26, 1989 through August 30, 1989. 
Timothy Bernardis, Masters Degree. Little Big Horn College. Anthropology, 

researched and wrote for Crow tribal catalog . July 17, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
Kathryn Bohling, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Education, 

prepared educational component for exhibition in the North American Mammal 

Hall . January 9, 1989 through May 4, 1989. 
Leah Bowanko, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison University. Botany, conducted 

research on the flora of the Guianas, December 19, 1988 through 

January 6, 1989. 
Heather Briggs, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Vertebrate 

Zoology, worked with systematics of nine-banded armadillos . June 5, 1989 

through August 11, 1989. 
Kyllan Brooke, High School Graduate. Department of Exhibits, participated in 

"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program, June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Scott Brown, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Anthropology, 

assisted with preliminary research for Hall of Human Origins . January 9, 1989 

through May 12, 1989. 
Kenneth Michael Cameron, Bachelors Degree. Botany, conducted research on the 

flora of the Guianas . December 19, 1989 through January 2, 1989. 



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Mariel Campbell, Bachelors Candidate, University of New Mexico. Vertebrate 

Zoology, worked with catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 

specifically svstematics of Sonora Leaf-Nosed snakes, June 5, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 
Elizabeth Cates, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Anthropology, 

assisted in the laboratory analyzing bones from the Lamb Spring archaeological 

site. December 19, 1988 through May 15, 1989. 
James Chandler, Bachelors Degree. Mineral Sciences, worked with computer 

specialist in the Global Volcanism Program, May 22, 1989 through August 31, 

1989. 
Monique Chretien, High School Graduate. Vertebrate Zoology, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Susan Cierebiej, High School Graduate. Marine Systems Laboratory, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Eileen Collins, Bachelors Candidate, Louisiana Tech University. Vertebrate Zoology, 

and Herpetology, studied age and size relationships in an Arboreal snake , 

June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Marcia Connor, Bachelors Candidate, Thomas Nelson Community College. 

Mammalogy, assisted with curating genets , January 23, 1989 through 

May 15, 1989. 
Jill Crook, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Anthropology, compiled 

data on Pacific Collection donors and performed a bibliographic search on 

Preznisian art , June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Mary Droutsas, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Film Archives, organized. 

processed, repaired and prepared archival motion picture collections for 

preservation, duplication and storage, January 31, 1989 through April 28, 1989. 
Randy Emery, Bachelors Candidate, Haskell Indian Junior College. Anthropology, 

assembled information relevant to American Indian collections in Smithsonian 

museums and photocopied all Zuni photographs, June 5, 1989 through 

August 5, 1989. 
David Ernstes, Bachelors Candidate, Texas A&M University. Botany, assisted with 

processing Dr. Elbert Little's Collection . May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Neil Fallon, High School, Seneca Valley High School. Anthropology, conducted 

research in a skeletal biology laboratory . February 2, 1989 through 

June 15, 1989. 
Jean Fang, Bachelors Degree. Anthropology, assisted with Central Plants Collection 

in bone analysis and inventory, June 5, 1989 through August 15, 1989. 
Darcie Faucher, Bachelors Candidate, LIU Southampton College. Marine Systems 

Laboratory, participated in field project in Goodland, Florida , August 30, 1989 

through December 23, 1989. 



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Carolyn Ferrell, Bachelors Candidate, University of Minnesota. Vertebrate Zoology, 

worked with Mammalian Species Account, June 5, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
Lisa Fritzler, Bachelors Candidate, Montana State University. Anthropology, 

photographed Crow Artifact Collection for catalog . July 10, 1989 through 

September 8, 1989. 
Suzanne Furesz, Bachelors Candidate, St. Mary's University. Botany, assisted with 

Living Forest project and its application to paleobotanical field work. 

May 30, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Eric Galm, Bachelors Degree. Anthropology, re-catalogued African drums in the 

collection, analyzed and notated field performance tapes and worked with the 

Folklife Festival . June 8, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Jania Garcia, Masters Candidate, University of Washington. Anthropology, arranged 

and described the papers of Helen L. Peterson (Executive Director. National 

Congress of American Indians. 1953-1961) . April 3, 1989 through 

June 30, 1989. 
Antoinette Geoly, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison University. Mineral Sciences, 

worked with powder x-rav diffraction studies of minerals . June 13, 1989 through 

August 18, 1989. 
Gary Gillis, Bachelors Candidate, Pacific Lutheran University. Vertebrate Zoology, 

worked with Fish Osteology and Systematics . June 5, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
Jason Grant, Bachelors Candidate, University of Alaska at Fairbanks. Botany, worked 

with Bromeliad Floristics . May 3d, 1989 through August 30, 1989. 
Jennifer Gray, Bachelors Candidate, Rhodes College. Vertebrate Zoology, worked 

with Fossil Birds. June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Terry Gray, Bachelors Candidate, State Gleska College. Anthropology, worked on a 

photo survey . June 12, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Timothy Griffith, High School Graduate. Botany, participated in "Intern '89." the 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship 

program . June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Susan Grupp, Bachelors Degree. Entomology, illustrated anatomical dissections to 

assist research on Lepidoptera ("moths) , December 19, 1988 through 

March 30, 1989. 
William Haigler, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point. 

Botany, assisted with Graminae curation and with the cytology of Mulhenbergia . 

May 30, 1989 through August 15, 1989. 
Margaret Halloran, Bachelors Candidate, Beloit College. Anthropology, abstracted 

scholarly articles in preparation for conference on Museums and their 

Communities, helped to prepare bibliography on Niger and northern Nigeria 

for a research project on the history of theater and drama in this region, and 

worked with research project on socialization of vouth in to adult society. 

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Brian Harvey, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Anthropology, assisted in 

classical archeology section . May 25, 1989 through August 20, 1989. 
Hilde Hein, Visiting Professional, College of the Holy Cross. Education, conducted 

audience research in the museum and assisted in the development of public 

programming during the summer, April 10, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
David HUtz, Jr., Bachelors Candidate, College of the Atlantic. Marine Systems 

Laboratory, developed and operated living ecosystems for the Space Biosphere 

Venture Project , January 2, 1989 through March 3, 1989. 
Bruce Hoffman, Bachelors Candidate, Humboldt Sate University. Botany, prepared 

manuscript on useful and medicinal plants of the Tuianas and processed plant 

specimens from the Tuianas , May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Claudia Holland, Bachelors Degree. Anthropology, collected and assembled 

accession, catalogue, and pertinent information to establish the provenance of 

African-Caribbean and African-Hispanic objects located in the Ethnological 

Collections , August 7, 1989 through September 22, 1989. 
Eleanor Holland, Bachelors Degree. Entomology, produced scientific illustrations for 

publication in research papers , September 5, 1989 through September 30, 1989. 
Kathryn Hoppe, Bachelors Degree. Mineral Sciences, assembled post-1986 reports 

for successor to recently published Global Volcanism 1975-1985, gathered 

information about geophysical events and helped to prepare reports for the 

Scientific Event Alert Network Bulletin , June 12, 1989 through 

August 4, 1989. 
Natasha Iskander, High School, Madeira School. Exhibits, assisted with the Volcano, 

Egyptian and Nomads exhibitions and conducted photography research for 

educational programs , September 20, 1989 through June 1, 1990. 
Laurie Jeffers, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New York. Botany, 

photographed using the Scanning Electron Microscope , January 3, 1989 through 

January 13, 1989. 
Katherine Jones, Bachelors Candidate. Invertebrate Zoology, drew scientific 

illustrations for Mollusk Department, including carbon dusting, stipple and 

sketches , June 12, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Miranda Kahn, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Botany, performed anatomical 

studies of Commelinaceae , May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Lawrence Kelly, Bachelors Candidate, California Polytechnic State University. Botany, 

worked on composite of the Guyanas , June 12, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Laurie Klingensmith, Bachelors Candidate, New Mexico State University. Botany, 

archived botanical illustrations from the department, rematting and creating 

database . May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Francis Koh, High School, Walt Whitman Senior High School. Marine Systems 

Laboratory, assisted in maintaining systems laboratory project, June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 



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Nicole Lemon, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

Anthropology, conducted research. September 18, 1989 through December 8, 

1989. 
Mia Lerner, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wisconsin at Madison. Naturalist 

Center, organized and catalogued fossil mollusks and developed scientific 

illustration skills. June 19, 1989 through August 12, 1989. 
Marcy Levy, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and Mary. Anthropology, 

assisted in developing a bibliography in relation to the Conte Collection of 

West African textiles from Niger and Nigeria, organized twenty years of 

correspondences concerning the Lamb Collection of West African textiles and 

worked with the Dan collection of passport masks and developed a picture 

library according to ethnic programs . June 1, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Danny Maria, Bachelors Candidate, Fort Lewis College. Anthropology, worked as a 

computer programmer and with the Navajo History section . May 29, 1989 

through August 4, 1989. 
Kim Meadow, Bachelors Degree. Vertebrate Zoology, worked with Mammalian 

Species Account . June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Carol Mears, Bachelors Candidate, Youngstown State University. Botany, studied. 

processed and identified marine algae . May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Corinne Miles, Bachelors Degree. Paleobotany, conducted fieldwork of Eocene 

Period in Big Horn Basin. Wyoming and processed data . July 6, 1989 through 

September 6, 1989. 
Kimberly Moeller, Bachelors Candidate, Stockton State College. Anthropology, 

assisted in the Conservation Lab oratory. February 6, 1989 through May 13, 

1989. 
Brad Moon, Bachelors Degree. Vertebrate Zoology, conducted research on the 

variation in South Pacific island populations of the parthenogenetic and sexually 

reproducing gecko Nastus pelagicus , 

October 17, 1988 through March 30, 1989. 
Susan Nahwoosky, Bachelors Candidate, Keuka College. Anthropology, catalogued 

Comanche collection . May 22, 1989 through August 22, 1989. 
James Nieh, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Vertebrate Zoology, studied 

Allometry in Squirrels . June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Andrea Nix, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. Botany, documented two data 

base programs and updated current genus lists and labels . June 9, 1989 through 

August 18, 1989. 
James Nix-Gomez, High School, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and 

Technology. Anthropology, worked with The Powers Phase Project. 

computerizing information about artifacts from two sites in Missouri using 

DBase and Autocard programs . June 26, 1989 through September 4, 1989. 
Virginia Norcross, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Los Angeles. 

Anthropology, researched for brochure. July 17, 1989 through September 30, 

1989. 



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Anna Nowicka, Bachelors Candidate, University of Warsaw. Anthropology, analyzed 

historic pottery from the northern Great Plains with special emphasis on the 

Ankara Indians . September 5, 1989 through September 1, 1990. 
Sue Oesterreich, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point. 

Botany, worked on various lab duties including describing pollen ultrastructure , 

May 30, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Monika Palunas, Bachelors Candidate, Wittenberg University. Paleobiology, 

performed paleobotanical laboratory work and field work , June 9, 1989 through 

August 25, 1989. 
Sunae Park, PhD. Anthropology, improved documentation of the Korean ethnology 

collections, especially the early textile collection, August 1, 1989 through 

January 15, 1990. 
AJonso Perez, High School, San Gabriel High School. Botany, assisted in Gramineae 

curation , July 3, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Patricia Petrivelli, Masters Candidate, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Anthropology, 

conducted research in the Aleut collections , April 13, 1989 through 

June 2, 1989. 
Jennifer Phipps, Bachelors Candidate, Muskingum College. Botany, worked on 

bibliography and update of negatives for Gesneriaceae projects . May 30, 1989 

through August 4, 1989. 
Arifin Pramono, Museum Professional, National Museum of Indonesia. Anthropology, 

learned and practiced archival techniques to be applied to the Dorothy Pelzer 

collection , January 16, 1989 through January 28, 1990. 
Scott Rawlins, Masters Degree. Anthropology, drew artifacts for publication, and 

helped to prepare anthropological/archaeological visual materials for publication 

in the Handbook of North American Indians , July 27, 1989 through August 25, 

1989. 
Rebekah Resnick, Bachelors Candidate, College of the Atlantic. Marine Systems 

Laboratory, developed and operated living ecosystems for the Space Biosphere 

Venture Project , January 2, 1989 through March 3, 1989. 
Michael Richardson, High School Graduate. Insect Zoo, participated in "Intern '89," 

the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 

internship program , July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Leslie Sagle, Bachelors Degree. Special Exhibits, assisted with conservation and 

preparation of ethnographic objects for the "Java Seas" exhibit , June 5, 1989 

through September 1, 1989. 
Patricia Sansone, Bachelors Degree. Naturalist Center, developed and implemented 

the "Behind the Scenes in a Natural History Museum" exhibition , October 11, 

1988 through December 30, 1988. 
Christine Skelly, Bachelors Degree. Vertebrate Zoology, studied patterns of bird 

variation , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Ferial Deer Skye, PhD. Anthropology, catalogued articles for the Menominee Indian 

archives project, July 3, 1989 through October 31, 1989. 



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Denise Slack, Masters Degree. Naturalist Center, performed various duties including 

working with the general public, conducting school group programs. 

participating in teacher workshops and developing skills on developing hands-on 

activities for secondary school science students, July 7, 1989 through 

August 2, 1989. 
Alton Straub, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Vertebrate Zoology, studied 

Fish Osteology and Svstematics , June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Ashley Straupe, Bachelors Candidate, Harvey Mudd College, assisted 

with carrying out survey of visitor interest and attitudes towards exhibit on 

human origins and with refurbishing physical anthropology exhibits. June 19, 

1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Stephanie Tannert, Bachelors Candidate, Louisiana State University. Anthropology, 

assisted with survey data collection and editing to develop an exhibition on 

human evolution and assisted in skeletal biology research. June 2, 1989 through 

July 31, 1989. 
Amanda Taylor, High School Graduate. Office of Special Exhibits, participated in 

"Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 

summer program . June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Suroojnauth Tiwari, Bachelors Degree. Botany, studied bio-diversitv of the guiana. 

May 31, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Gerald Tom, High School Graduate. Insect Zoo, participated in "Intern '89." the 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship 

program . June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Claudia Walks Along, Bachelors Candidate, Montana State University. Anthropology, 

photographed Crow Indian Collection for catalog . July 10, 1989 through August 

11, 1989. 
Courtney Williams, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Education, assisted 

with education packets, materials, tours, public programs and teacher's 

workshops . February 2, 1989 through April 30, 1989. 
Virginia Wong, Bachelors Candidate, Tarleton State University. Mineral Science, 

assisted in translation of Banasa Malayora in the Global Volcanism Program, 

June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Lili Xie, Bachelors Degree. Vertebrate Zoology, assisted in translation of scientific 

articles to English from Chinese and assisted with SI joint Sino-American 

Ecological Survey of Xinjiang Province, China , December 16, 1988 through 

December 16, 1989. 
Tana Yarano, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Education, assisted 

in preparation and coordination of educational materials and public programs 

for the "Crossroads of Continents" exhibition. January 10, 1989 through April 

28, 1989. 
Christine Zimmerman, High School, Senneca Valley High School. Anthropology, 

analyzed animal bones from archaeological sites in Turkey and Svria , 

February 6, 1989 through May 31, 1989. 



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NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 

Christi Barnes, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Catalog of American 
Portraits, matched photographs of American portraits from major American 
public and private collections with appropriate catalog information, 
February 21, 1989 through May 31, 1989. 

Tasha Bassett, Bachelors Candidate, Evergreen State College. Design and 

Production, assisted with museum graphics, March 27, 1989 through August 31, 
1989. 

Brad Bynum, High School, School without Walls. Library, assisted with library duties . 
October 4, 1988 through January 18, 1989. 

Tracey Campbell, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Education, developed a 
proposal to create a puppet show to serve families on weekends and developed 
the February program for the Museum Education Roundtable , September 14, 
1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Anna Choo, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Berkeley. Education 

Department, assisted in planning for public programs series, reviewed scripts 
and tapes, recommended feasibility of programs and assisted in the 
administrative, technical and logistical aspects of producing public programs 
highlighting the permanent collection . June 5, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 

Amy Commito, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Collections, conducted research 
on Chicago World's Exposition . September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 

Vandy Cook, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State University. Office of Exhibition, 
computerized exhibition history and assisted with an exhibition . September 11, 
1989 through December 1, 1989. 

Curtis Cox, High School, School without Walls. Library, assisted with library duties. 
February 22, 1989 through June 14, 1989. 

Jennifer DeSena, High School Graduate. Office of the Historian, participated in 
"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program. July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Alice Earle, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Design and Production, 
assisted with production management tasks. September 21, 1989 through 
December 16, 1989. 

Marie Friendly, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Painting and 

Sculpture, assisted with research for upcoming exhibition featuring a selection 
of American paintings and sculpture shown at the World's Columbian 
Exposition . May 8, 1989 through July 31, 1989. 

Jennifer Gentry, Bachelors Candidate, University of Virginia. Library, worked with 
Vertical File material, stack inventory, auction catalogs and performed 
bibliographic searching . May 30, 1989 through August 30, 1989. 

Sarah Goldsmith, High School Graduate. Catalog of American Portraits, organized 
phonographs and portrait data, entered data on computer for artist authority 



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file and researched and verified artist data, June 13, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
{Catherine Gould, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Painting and Sculpture, 

assisted with research on group of 18th century American and English portraits 

and assisted with research for an exhibition on American art shown at the 1893 

World's Columbian Exposition. June 19, 1989 through August 6, 1989. 
Ellen Grayson, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Curator's Office, 

wrote labels for painting and sculpture for reinstallation of the Hall of 

Presidents. September 1, 1989 through December 30, 1989. 
Shaunga Hoffler, High School, School without Walls. Exhibition Office, incorporated 

pending file photographs into permanent files. February 8, 1989 through 

May 24, 1989. 
Bridget Hughes, Bachelors Candidate, Pratt Institute. Exhibit Design, assisted in 

preparing exhibit layout and working drawings, production schedules and work 

requests, contracting and purchasing . September 25, 1989 through January 1, 

1990. 
Kerri Irvine, Bachelors Candidate, Queens University. Library, assisted in operations 

of the library including filing, bibliographic checking and shelving . May 5, 1989 

through September 1, 1989. 
Ellen Keiter, Bachelors Candidate, Muhlenberg College. Design and Production, 

assisted in preparation of scheduling and graphics production work for 

exhibitions, January 30, 1989 through May 15, 1989. 
Judith Kloss, Bachelors Degree. Publications, prepared illustrations and captions for 

book on the work of Winold Reiss and assisted with other publications , 

July 17, 1989 through October 17, 1989. 
Jessica Kohen, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Los Angeles. Catalog 

of American Portraits, assisted work of Career Awareness Program including 

Artist Authority Database, Southern States Portraits, Portraits of Native 

Americans, and Photographs and published reproductions. June 19, 1989 

through September 15, 1989. 
Cheryl Kramer, Bachelors Degree. Office of the Historian, researched contemporary 

newspapers, journals and books (1815-1845) for references to portraits of 

Andrew Jackson. April 4, 1989 through June 11, 1989. 
Naomi Kukoff, Bachelors Candidate, Wheaton College. Catalog of American 

Portraits, performed basic research and verified information on portraits from 

public and private collections in California and entered data on computer data 

base. June 26, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Carey Leue, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Santa Barbara. Curator 

of Paintings and Sculpture, assisted in research on late eighteenth century 

American portraits by Coplev, West. Stuart. Peale and others that are being 

studied for a publication of the National Gallery of Art paintings collection, 

June 19, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



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Camilo Marmolejos, High School, School without Walls. Library, assisted with 

classification projects, filing and checking bibliographies, September 19, 1989 
through December 15, 1989. 

Elizabethine McClure, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. Public Affairs, 

performed research in preparation for the Winold Reiss exhibition, developing 
press contracts, preparing information for background piece for press kits, 
handled routine responses to calendar listings and updated scrapbooks. 
May 15, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Amy Metsch, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Education Department, 
developed a proposal for Cultures in Motion Creative Exchange, a series of 
museum programs and workshops designed to encourage handicapped and non- 
handicapped persons interested in Portraiture, June 13, 1989 through 
July 28, 1989. 

Elsa Mezvinsky, Bachelors Degree. Prints, assisted the curatorial staff of the Prints 

and Drawings collection in the original cataloguing of acquisition . June 19, 1989 
through August 25, 1989. 

Vittorio Scala, Bachelors Candidate, Bloomsburg University. Public Affairs, 

performed background research on "Portraits of the American Law" exhibition 
in order to target audience, press contacts, invitees for opening reception and 
assisted in sending press information to calendar listings . May 22, 1989 through 
August 11, 1989. 

Crystala Sewell, High School, School without Walls. Education Department, assisted 
with clerical duties , February 17, 1989 through May 5, 1989. 

Dina Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Vanderbilt University. Curator's Office, assisted in 
writing and augmenting research for new labels for paintings and sculpture in 
the Hall of Presidents , June 12, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 

Tracy Stewart, High School, School without Walls. Catalog of American Portraits, 
assisted in maintaining and updating the portrait files , February 13, 1989 
through June 16, 1989. 

Shiyana Thenabadu, Bachelors Candidate, Scripps College. Education Department, 
developed a series of programs and workshops designed to encourage 
handicapped and non-handicapped persons interested in portraiture, September 
21, 1989 through December 14, 1989. 

Claire Tieder, Masters Candidate, George Mason University. Curatorial Department, 
conducted research for exhibition on American painting and sculpture at the 
World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, September 11, 1989 through 
December 8, 1989. 

Lucile Walker, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Painting and 

Sculpture, wrote new labels for all paintings and sculpture for the reinstallation 
of the Hall of Presidents . February 6, 1989 through April 30, 1989. 



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Isabella Wiedersich, Freie Universitat Berlin. Catalog of American Portraits, 

catalogued collections and performed other various tasks including data entry. 

labeling and filing photographs, assigning names to Artists' File using D-Base 

III and creating files using auction catalogs, July 17, 1989 through August 11, 

1989. 
Marianna Williams, Bachelors Candidate, Northern Virginia Community College. 

Catalog of American Portraits, assisted staff with verifying photographic data. 

labeling, integrating information into master file and conducting research. 

February 15, 1989 through June 30, 1989. 
Laura Woodson, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. History of American Culture, 

conducted research on Peale family letters. September 6, 1989 through 

December 15, 1989. 
Karen Yoder, High School Graduate. Library, participated in "Intern '89." the Office 

of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship program. 

June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 



OFFICE OF EXHIBITS CENTRAL 

James Baergen, High School Graduate. Fabrication Unit, participated in "Intern '89." 
the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 
internship program . June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 

Linley Logan, Bachelors Degree. Specimen Packing and Handling Laboratory, 
packed and crated "Plains Indian Arts: Continuity and Change" traveling 
exhibit July 31, 1989 through October 20, 1989. 

David Sheldon, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Model Shop, made 
molds and casts in fiberglass for the World War I mannequins for NASM 
exhibition. September 25, 1989 through December 1, 1989. 



OFFICE OF HORTICULTURE 

Joseph Padilla, High School Graduate. Office of Horticulture, participated in 

"Intern '89." the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national 
summer internship program. July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



OFFICE OF MUSEUM PROGRAMS 

Heather Baker, Bachelors Degree. Curriculum Programs, assisted in development 

and implementation of career seminars for interns and assisted in development 
of resources for Instructional Resources Program and Curriculum Program . 
May 30, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 

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Wahida Mohideen, Museum Professional, National Museums of Kenya. Internships, 
compiled information on internship programs and opportunities at the 
Smithsonian Institution and edited material into publication: Internship 
Opportunities at the Smithsonian, 1989-1991, January 30, 1989 through 
June 30, 1989. 

Elena Maria Neira-Sarmiento, Visiting Professional, Communidad Autonoma de 

Madrid. Performed in depth analysis of structures and systems of management 
at science and technology museums and centers and researched development 
and implementation of exhibits and public programming in science for all age 
levels. July 10, 1989 through July 1, 1990. 

Nancy Rasenti, Bachelors Degree. Curriculum and Instructional Programs, assisted in 
development and implementation of museum training workshops and the 
identification, compilation and dissemination of written materials to support the 
programs, June 5, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TRAVELING EXHIBITION SERVICE 

Beth Campbell, Bachelors Candidate, College of Wooster. Program, provided 

research support for "Views from Space" exhibit, February 2, 1989 through 
April 28, 1989. 

Lawrence Delclos, Bachelors Degree. Program, assisted with the "Inside Active 
Volcanoes exhibition, April 24, 1989 through September 29, 1989. 

Evelyn Figueroa, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Education, 
assisted in research for education resource materials to accompany the 
"Contrasts: 40 Years of Change and Continuity in Puerto Rico" exhibition, July 
21, 1989 through September 9, 1989. 

Melissa Hallman, Bachelors Candidate, Trinity College. Program, assisted in research 
and administration for the advance materials sent to exhibitors of SITES 
exhibitions of British and Irish watercolors and drawings and for an exhibition 
of the work of Austrian Secessionists, June 12, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 

Zuraidah Hashim, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Assisted in 
the SITES press office in a variety of duties including compiling press 
notebooks for exhibitions which are no longer traveling, preparing press kits for 
upcoming SITES exhibitions and helping at press reviews and the opening 
reception for "Inside Active Volcanoes," June 12, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 

Rachel Heller, Bachelors Candidate, Brandeis University. Program, provided research 
support for travelling version of "Field to Factory" exhibition, February 2, 1989 
through April 28, 1989. 

Desiree Humphries, Bachelors Degree. Exhibition Production, assisted in research 
and administration for the 'Tropical Rainforests: A Disappearing Treasure" 
exhibition, June 19, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Karen Nichols, Bachelors Degree. Program, provided project assistance for the 

Tropical Rainforest exhibition, November 14, 1988 through February 3, 1989. 



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Susie Schnell, Bachelors Candidate, Texas Christian University. Program, provided 
research support for marketing exhibitions , February 2, 1989 through April 28, 
1989. 

Becky Sewell, High School, Garrison Forest School. Program, assisted the 

Publications Director with a variety of projects, February 21, 1989 through 
March 17, 1989. 

Christopher Shrum, Bachelors Candidate, North Arizona University. Scheduling and 
Exhibitor Relations, provided marketing assistance for the traveling exhibition 
"Athletes and Heroes." May 22, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 

Katherine Swartz, Bachelors Candidate, Marietta College. Public Relations, assisted 
in SITES press office in a variety of duties including updating press mailing 
lists, compiling publicity notebooks for exhibitions ending national tours and 
compiling press materials for upcoming SITES exhibition , June 13, 1989 
through August 4, 1989. 



NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION LABORATORY 

Patrick Boley, Bachelors Candidate, Carleton College. Worked with and researched 
educational applications of interactive technologies and assisted in the 
compilation of a database of information on the technologies, June 15, 1989 
through August 15, 1989. 

Cynthia Plue, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Worked with and 

researched educational applications of interactive technologies and assisted in 
the compilation of a database of information on the technologies. May 30, 1989 
through July 21, 1989. 

Daniel Prince, Bachelors Candidate, Carleton College. Worked with and researched 
educational applications of interactive technologies and assisted in the 
compilation of a database of information on the technologies, July 6, 1989 
through July 28, 1989. 

Willis Smith, Masters Degree. Obtained an overview of videodisc/CD-ROM in- 
structional technology. October 18, 1988 through January 15, 1989. 

Ashley Suhler, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Worked with 

and researched educational applications of interactive technologies and assisted 
in the compilation of a database of information on the technologies, June 5, 
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OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Sushama Austin, High School, Georgetown Visitation High School. Participated in 
the Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of African Art, June 
26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 

Leta Bennafield, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum, October 3, 

1988 through December 31, 1989. 

Rebeccah Bennett, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History, June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Victor Bibbins, Bachelors Candidate, Morgan State University. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education , June 26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Rena Brooks, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum and the Office of 

Folklife Programs . October 3, 1988 though August 31, 1989. 
Shadonne Brown, High School, Academy of Notre Dame. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National A'r and Space Museum , June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Maurice Chesley, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum, June 26, 

1989 through August 31, 1989. 

Edward Christian, High School, Ballou Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of American History, 

October 3, 1988 through August 31, 1989. 
Linda Curfman, Bachelors Candidate, University of Iowa. Special Education 

Program, assisted in the development of two issues of a monthly newsletter for 

adults with limited reading abilities . May 30, 1989 through July 28, 1989. 
Debbie Defoe, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Portrait Gallery . June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Eric Dyson, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History , June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Sharon Edwards, High School, McKinley Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum , June 26, 

1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Lanesia Evono, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Archives Center, Museum of American 

History and at the Office of Equal Opportunity , October 3, 198S through 

August 31, 1989. 



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Chandanie Girdharry, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery , October 3, 1988 

through December 31, 1989. 
LaTanya Inman, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Demonstration Laboratory. June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Janelle Irick, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Zoological Park. June 26, 1989 through 

August 31, 1989. 
Niambi Jarvis, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History , June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
LaShawn Jones, High School Graduate. Participated in the Career Awareness 

Program at the National Museum of American Art and the National Portrait 

Gallery , June 26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Nichole Jones, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History and 

the National Museum of American Art , June 26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Sean Landwing, High School, School Without Walls. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum , October 3, 1988 

through May 31, 1989. 
Che-Wah Lee, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History , June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Deidre Lee, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Zoological Park, June 26, 1989 through 

August 31, 1989. 
Sharon Lee, High School, Academy of Notre Dame. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum , June 26, 1989 

through July 15, 1989. 
Quentin Mitchell, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History, 

October 3, 1988 through November 30, 1988. 
Tracie Mitchell, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History , June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Nicole Morton, High School, Kelly Miller Jr. High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the Office of Folklife Programs , June 26, 1989 through 

August 31, 1989. 
Lisa Myers, High School, School Without Walls. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Museum of American History , June 26, 

1989 through August 31, 1989. 



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Taylora O'Bryant, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Office of the Registrar, June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Elianna Ortiz, High School, School Without Walls. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum . October 3, 1988 

through May 31, 1989. 
Gregory Owens, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. October 3, 1988 

through December 31, 1989. 
Semone Reddock, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the Office of Folklife Programs , June 26, 1989 

through August 31, 1989. 
Adam Reichman, High School, Edmund Burke High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum . June 26, 

1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Deirdre Simon, High School, Roosevelt Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum . October 3, 

1988 through August 31, 1989. 
Kori Spriggs, High School, School Without Walls. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Air and Space Museum . October 3, 1988 

through August 31, 1989. 
Tracey Thomas, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of American History , June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Melanie Wilcox, Bachelors Candidate, Kutztown University. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of Natural History, June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
April Williams, High School, Banneker Senior High School. Participated in the 

Career Awareness Program at the National Museum of American History, June 

26, 1989 through August 31, 1989. 
Lisa Williams, High School, Eastern Senior High School. Participated in the Career 

Awareness Program at the National Museum of American History . October 3, 

1988 through August 31, 1989. 



OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 

Denise Cronin, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. Conducted research 
on the 25th anniversary of the Festival of American Folklife cookbook, 
September 25, 1989 through December 20, 1989. 

Julia Eisenberg, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, Berkeley. Served as 
Chief Volunteer Coordinator in the French-American program for the 1989 
Festival of American Folklife , June 14, 1989 through July 14, 1989. 



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Cannelita Hotz, Bachelors Degree. Researched craft items available for sale at the 
Festival of American Folklrfe Museum Shop and developed descriptive labels 
for these items to inform the public , April 17, 1989 through June 16, 1989. 

Catherine Johnson, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. Compiled and 
annotated a collection of kev documents and discussion notes related to the 
planning and management of the Festival of American Folklife and assisted in 
the coordination of a Festival program, February 13, 1989 through 
September 10, 1989. 

Daniel Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, Prescott College. Conducted research on Native 
American History focusing on the Tohono O'Odham Tribe, July 13, 1989 
through August 9, 1989. 

Tammy Pertillar, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke College. Conducted research 
on ethnic historical document for the "The Hispanic American Festival: The 
Latino Community' in the Making" exhibition and supervised Puerto Rican area 
of Caribbean Program of the 1989 Festival of American Folklife , June 5, 1989 
through August 18, 1989. 

Kaota Saepharn, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Berkeley. 
Conducted research on the verbal dueling of the Iu Mien of Laos and 
participated in the Folklore Summer Institute, June 19, 1989 through August 
11, 1989. 

Cynthia Thorn, Bachelors Candidate, San Francisco State University. Assisted with 

the Hawaiian Program, Festival of American Folklife and the Folklore Summer 
Institute , June 19, 1989 through July 15, 1989. 

Camille Tomlin, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Los Angeles. 
Conducted research , September 18, 1989 through November 17, 1989. 

Natalie Weathers, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. Coordinated documentation 
of ritual dance and musical performances and workshops presented in the 
Caribbean Program. Festival of American Folklife, June 12, 1989 through 
August 25, 1989. 



OFFICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 

Sheri Foley, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Baldwin College. Assisted with daily 
operations of the office. April 21, 1989 through May 30, 1989. 



OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Orlando Campos, High School Graduate. Participated in "Intern '89." the Office of 
Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship program, 
June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 



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Leslie Logan, Bachelors Degree. Developed a public relations outreach program to 

the Native American population, October 3, 1988 through September 22, 1989. 
William Price, Bachelors Candidate, St. Peter's College. News Bureau, assisted with 

all aspects of the News Bureau, September 5, 1989 through December 15, 

1989. 
Cardinal Rieger, Bachelors Candidate, Washburn University. Assisted in all areas of 

the News Bureau. May 22, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 
Carol Tang, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at Berkeley. News Bureau, 

assisted in press releases, press conferences and other duties and assisted in 

developing Outreach to Asian American community , June 5, 1989 through 

August 4, 1989. 



OFFICE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

Ward Elwood, High School Graduate. Participated in "Intern '89." the Office of 

Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship Program . 

July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 
Dennis Foley, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington University. Developed 

technical skills in audio production for broadcast , September 18, 1989 through 

December 22, 1989. 
Curt Lukowski, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Served as Production 

Assistant for "Here at the Smithsonian" and other office video projects. 

March 3, 1989 through May 15, 1989. 



SMITHSONIAN INSTTrUTION PRESS 

Susanne Boeller, Masters Candidate, University of Stuttgart. Acquisitions Division, 

conducted research on outstanding photographs for Duerer's Animals by Colin 

Eisler. September 21, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 
Margaret Bradford, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Collection of Recordings, 

conducted research, wrote, edited and proofread materials related to recording 

projects. January 3, 1989 through January 30, 1989. 
Leezie Kim, High School Graduate. Recordings Division, participated in "Intern '89". 

the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer 

internship program. June 5, 1989 through July 7, 1989. 
Henry Lincoln, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Smithsonian Books Division, 

conducted research, wrote, edited and proofread materials on two publications. 

IMAGES and BIRDS. June 5, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 



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SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE 

Mark LeGolvan, High School, St. Johns High School. Production Department, 

received an overview of the production department of a commercial magazine. 
May 15, 1989 through June 2, 1989. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATE PROGRAM 

Angela Cox, Bachelors Candidate, University of the District of Columbia. 

Contributing Membership, worked with James Smithson Society contributors. 

July 10, 1989 through September 1, 1989. 
Marybeth Reilly, Bachelors Candidate, Northern Virginia Community College. Travel 

Program, assisted in arranging Southeast Texas Bird and Big Bend Tours. 

September 5, 1989 through December 14, 1989. 
Deborah Robinson, Bachelors Candidate, University of Virginia. Travel Program, 

assisted with mailings, data entry, and registration for programs. May 22, 1989 

through June 30, 1989. 



RESIDENT ASSOCIATE PROGRAM 

Jill Abbott, Bachelors Candidate, Kalamazoo College. Public Affairs, assisted with 
daily office duties; prepared and disseminated publicity and information on 
RAP events; assisted with execution of RAP events. March 27, 1989 through 
June 2, 1989. 

Marisol Espina-Ruiz, Museum Professional, National Museum of Anthropology of 
Mexico. Studio Arts, identified resources and developed programs on Latin 
American studio arts and crafts. January 1, 1989 through May 15, 1989. 

Alyssa Gasperow, High School, Churchhill High School. Young Associates Program, 
compiled information to write grant proposals for RAP projects, conducted 
audience research study, explored co-sponsorship of programs with non 
Smithsonian museums, January 31, 1989 through May 30, 1989. 

Carol Lillienstein, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New York at Binghamton. 
Adult Courses, assisted with course development and management and 
participated in the planning and management of a major museum continuing 
education program. June 5, 1989 through August 4, 1989. 

Douglas Mossman, Masters Candidate, University of Akron. Public Affairs, prepared 
publicity and information on all RAP events and disseminated information to 
media and community. September 5, 1989 through December 1, 1989. 

Salina Muellich, Bachelors Degree. Public Affairs, performed various tasks including 
archiving, preparation of publicity and information on RAP events, 
dissemination of information to the media and the community and actual 
execution of PR at RAP events. May 29, 1989 through August 25, 1989. 



Christine Multra, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Discovery Theater, 
assisted with reservations, development of learning guides, preparation of 
promotional materials and assisted performers for Deaf Wav Festival and other 
Discovery Theater. May 22, 1989 through August 18, 1989. 

Phoebe Sloane, Bachelors Degree. Public Affairs, archived, prepared publicity and 
information on RAP events, disseminated information to media community, 
executed public affairs at RAP events, January 9, 1989 through May 12, 1989. 



OFFICE OF ARCHrrECTURAL HISTORY & HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

Filiz Buckley, Bachelors Degree. Drew blueprints of Smithsonian buildings on the 

Mall for Archives and for use in publication, March 6, 1989 through June 6, 

1989. 
Abigail Goldberg, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Assisted with a catalog 

raisonne of the architectural history of the National Zoological Park. 

September 5, 1989 through December 15, 1989. 



OFFICE OF INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 

Pui Sang, High School Graduate. Participated in "Intern '89," the Office of 

Elementary and Secondary Education's national summer internship program, 
July 10, 1989 through August 11, 1989. 



OFFICE OF PRINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES 

Diane Curry, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland, Baltimore, assisted with 

studio, location, and historic documentation photography. September 15, 1989 

through December 8, 1989. 
Rachel Gilmore, Bachelors Candidate, Goucher College. Photographic Services, 

assisted with studio, location and historic documentation photography, June 5, 

1989 through August 25, 1989. 
Lene Klit, Visiting Professional, Danish National Museum. Served as assistant to the 

photographers becoming familiar with latest photographic, studio and lab 

equipment , November 1, 1988 through January 31, 1989. 
Kirsten Levisen, High School Graduate. Office of Printing and Photographic Services, 

participated in "Intern '89," the Office of Elementary and Secondary 

Education's national summer internship program , July 10, 1989 through 

August 11, 1989. 



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OFFICE OF PROTECTION SERVICES 

Arnold Lemmon, Visiting Professional, Brigham Young University. Training, acquired 
hands-on experience in electronic protection systems, guard operations, 
protection management, and investigations . May 1, 1989 through June 30, 1989. 



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Appendix 4 

Publications of the Smithsonian Institution Press in Fiscal Year 1989 



During the fiscal year, the Smithsonian Institution Press published a total of 263 
publications, including tradebooks, catalogs, brochures, and pamphlets. The following 
are highlights. 



TRADEBOOKS 

Berkeley, Ellen Perry, editor. Architecture: A Place for Wom en. June 1989. 

Bleeker, Pieter, Atlas Ichthyologique des Indes Orientales Neerlandaises (Atlas of 
Fishes of the Dutch East Indies) Vol DC May 1989. 

Borden, Carla M. editor. Contemporary Indian Tradition: Voices on Culture. 
Nature, and the Challenge of Change. January 1989. 

Brooks, Peter W. Cierva Autogiros: The Development of Rotarv-Wing Flight. 
October 1988. 

Broun, Elizabeth. Albert Pinkham Rvder. September 1989. 

Christman, Margaret C.S., The First Federal Congress. 1789-1791. March 1989. 

Crouch, Tom D. A Dream of Wings: Americans and the Airplane. 1875-1905. 
March 1989. 

Easton, Elizabeth Wynne. The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard September 
1989. 

Ernst, Carl H., and Roger W. Barbour. Turtles of the World. June 1989. 

Fitzhugh, William W., and Aaron Crowell, editors. Crossroads of Continents: 
Cultures of Siberia and Alaska . October 1988. 

Fried!, Erika. Women of Deh Koh: Lives in an Trfl n ian Village. May 1989. 

Goode, James M. Best Addresses: A Century of Washington's Distinguished 
Apartment Houses. November 1988. 

Grove, Nancy. Isarnn Noguchi: Portrait Sculpture. May 1989. 

Hart, C.W., Jr. and Janice Clark. An Interdisciplinary Bibliography of Freshwater 
Crayfish. (Astacoidea and Parastacoidea) from Aristotle through 19S5. April 
1989. 

Henderson, Amy. On the Air: Pioneers nf American Broadcasting. October 1988. 

Higgins, Robert P., and Hjalmar Thiel. Introduction to the Study of Meiofauna, 
October 88. 

Hirschoff, Paula M., and Neil G. Kotler, editors. Completing the F ood Chain- 
Strategies for Combatting Hunger and Malnutrition. September 1989. 



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Johnsgard, Paxil A. North American Owls, October 1988. 

Keil, Harmut, editor. German Workers' Culture in the United States. 1850-1920 
October 1988. 

Kidwell, Claudia Brush, and Valerie Steele, editors. Men and Women: Dressing the 
Part. March 1989. 

Lemay, Brian W.J., editor. Science. Ethics, and Food. (Papers and Proceedings of a 
Colloquium Organized by the Smithsonian Institution). November 1988. 

Lentz, Thomas W., and Glenn D. Lowry. Timnr and the Princely Vision. May 1989. 

Lopez, Donald S.. National Air and Space Museum: A Visit in Pictures. March 19EB 

Needell, Allan, editor. The First 25 Years in Space. June 1989. 

Park, Edwards. Nanette: Her Pilot's Love Storv. July 1989. 

Rand, Harry. Paul Manship. January 1989. 

Puis, Thomas L. Just Before Jazz: Black Musical Theater in New Yo rk. 1890 to BE 
September 1989. 

Sweeting, C. G. Combat Flying Equipment: U.S. Army Aviators' Personal 
Equipment. 1917-1945. May 1989. 

Thomas, David Hurst, editor. Columbian Consequences. Vol. 1: The Californias. 
Texas, and the Southwestern Heartland. April 1989. 

Washburn, Wilcomb E., volume editor. Handbook of North American Indians: 
History of Indian-White Relations: Vol. 4. April 1989. 

New Directions in American Art Series 

Manthorne, Katherine Emma. Tropical Renaissance: N orth Am erican Artists 
Exploring Latin America. 1839-1879 September 1989. 



Archaeology/Anthropology Series 

Archaeological Inquiry 

Dillehay. Monte Verde: A Late Pleistocene Settlement in Chile. Vol. 1: A 
Paleoenvironment and Site Context. July 1989. 

Sampson, Garth C. Stylistic Boundaries among Mobile Hunter-Foragers. November 
1988. 



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Ethnographic Inquiry- 
Allen, Catherine J. The Hold Life Has: Coca and Cultural Identity in an Andean 
Community, October 1988. 

Fardon, Richard. Raiders and Refugees : Trends in flhamha Political Development. 
October 1988. 

Merrill, William L. Raramuri Souls: Knowledge and Social Process in Northern 
Mexico. November 1988. 

Peacock, James L., and Ruel W. Tyson, Jr. Pilgr ims nf Paradox: Calvinism and 
Experience flrnnng the Primitive Baptists of the Blue Ridge. August 1989. 

Weiner, Annette B., and Jane Schneider, editors. Cloth and Human Experience. 
August 1989. 

Werbner, Richard P. Ritual Passage. Sacred Journey: The Form. Process, and 
Or gan isation of Religious Movements. June 1989. 

Classics of Smithsonian Anthropology 

Mindeleff, Victor. Introduction by Peter Nabakov. A Study of Pueblo Architecture: 
Tusavan and Cibola Bureau of American Ethnology, 8th Annual Report 
(Reissue). July 1989. 

Smithsonian Library of the Solar System 
Wentzel, Donat G. The Restless Sun. March 1989. 



DISTRIBUTION ONLY 

Newman, Debra L., compiler. Black History: A Guide to Civilian Records. 
February 1989. 

COPUBLICATIONS 

With Airlife 

Jackson, Robert. Canberra: The Oper ational Record. Mav 1989. 

Penrose, Harald. An Ancient Air: A Biography of John Stringfellow of Chard. 
February 1989. 

With Air Research 

Brett, R. Dallas. History of British Aviation 1908-1914. June 1989 

Parry, Simon W. Intruders over Britain: The Luftwaffe Night Fighter Offensive 
1940-45. June 1989. 



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With Conway Maritime 

Andersson, Hans G.. Saab Aircraft since 1937, May 1989. 

Swanborough, Gordon, and Peter M. Bowers. United States Military Aircraft sines 
1909. May 1989. 

DIRECT MAIL, Smithsonian Books 



Goodwin, Joe, editor. Tmapps o f America June 1989. 

Kennedy, Roger, editor 

The Smithsonian Guide to H istoric Am erica: 
The Deep South . June 1989 
The Great Lakes. August 1989 
The Mid-Atlantic States. July 1989 
Northern New England. May 1989 



The Pacific States September 1989 

Kopper, Philip. The Smithsonian Book of North American Indians before the 
Coming of the Europeans. February 1989. 

Lewin, Roger. In the Age of Mankind: A Smithsonian Book of Evolution. June 
1989. 

Page, Jake, and Eugene Morton. Introduction by S. Dillon Ripley. Lords of the 
Air: The Smithsonian Book of Birds. August 1989. 



Copublished with Marine Mammal Fund 

Minasian, Stan. The Magnificent Whales and other Marine Mammals of North 
America , April 1989. 



Copublished with Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. 

Schick, Ron. The View from Space: American Astronaut Photograp hy 1962-1972. 
1988. 



Copublished with Stewart Tabori & Chang 

Kennedy, Roger, editor. The Smithsonian Guide to Historic A merica ; Virginia and 

the Capital Region, July 1989. 

Kennedy, Roger, editor. The Smithsonian Guide to Historic America: Southern 
New England. July 1989. 



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DIRECT MAIL, Smithsonian Recordings 

Archangelo Corelli: The Twelve Trio Sonatas of Opus 3. Performed by 

Smithsonian Chamber Players. Single compact disc, No. ND 035. April 1989 

Beethoven Piano Trios. Op. 70. Performed by the Castle Trio. Single compact disc, 
No. ND 036. April 1989 

The Smithsonian Collection of Classical Jazz. Revised. Various performers. 
Five compact discs, No. RD 033. April 1989 

American Musical Theater: Sho ws. Songs & Stars. Various performers. Four 
compact discs, four cassettes, or six LPs, No. RD 036. January 1989 

Jazz Piano . Various performers. Four compact discs, four cassettes, or six LPs, No. 
RD 039. July 1989 



FEDERAL SERIES 



Contributions to Anthropology 

31. Laughlin, Robert M. "The Great Tzotzil Dictionary of Santo Domingo 

Zinacatan with Grammatical Analysis and Historical Commentary." December 
1988. 

Contributions to Botany 

67. Palmer, Patricia G. "A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Epidermis 
of East African Grasses, V, and West African Supplement." November 1988. 

68. Judziewicz, Emmet J. "Morphological, Anatomical, and Taxonomic Studies in 
Anomochloa and Streptochaeta (Poaceae: Bambusoideae)." March 1989. 

69. Soderstrom, Thomas R. "A Revision of the Genus Olyra and the New 
Segregate Genus Parodiolyra (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Olyreae)." June 1989. 

70. Funk, V.A "A Bibliography of Plant Collectors in Bolivia." January 1989. 

72. Soderstrom, Thomas R. 'The Woody Bamboos (Poaceae: Bambuseae) of Sri 
Lanka: A Morphological-Anatomical Study." December 1988. 

Contributions to the Earth Sciences 

28. Marvin, Ursula B., editor. "Field and Laboratory Investigations of Meteorites 
from Victoria Land and the Thiel Mountains Region, Antarctica, 1982-1983 
and 1983-1984." February 1989. 



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Contributions to the Marine Sciences 

34. Phillips, Ronald C. "Seagrasses." December 1988. 

Contributions to Paleobiology 

65. Cooper, G. Arthur. "Jurassic Brachipods of Saudi Arabia." July 1989. 

66. McDonald, Jerry N. "The Autochthonous North American Musk Oxen 
Bootherium. Symbos. and Gidleva (Mammalia: Artiodactyla: Bovidae)." June 
1989. 

Contributions to Zoology 

466.Chace, Fenner A., Jr. "The Caridean Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda) of the _ 
Albatross Philippine Expedition, 1907-1010, Part 5: Family Alpheidae." 
December 1988. 

467. Kornicker, Louis S. "Bathyal and Abyssal Myodocopid Ostracoda of the Bay 
of Biscay and Vicinity." August 1989. 

469. Balouet, Jean Christophe. "Fossil Birds from Late Quaternary Deposits in 
New Caledonia." January 1989. 

470. Kornicker, Louis S. "New Ostracoda (Halocyprida: Thaumatocyprididae and 
Halocyprididae) from Anchialine Caves in the Bahamas, Palau, and Mexico." 
February 1989. 

471. Vari, Richard P. "A Phylogenetic Study of the Neotropical Cbaraciform 
Family Curimatidae (Pisces: Ostariophysi)." February 1989. 

472. Flint, Oliver S., Jr. "Studies of Neotropical Caddisflies XXXLX: The Genus 
Smicridea in tbe Chilean Subregion (Trichoptera: Hydro psychidae)." 
February 1989. 

473. Manning, Raymond B. "The Pinnixa cristata Complex in the Western 
Atlantic, with a Description of Two New Species (Crustacea: Decapoda: 
Pinnotheridae)." August 1989. 

475. Kornicker, Louis S. "Ostracoda (Myodocopina, Cladocopina, Halocypridina) 
Mainly from Anchialine Caves in Bermuda." May 1989. 

476. Kenk, Roman. "Revised List of the North American Freshwater Planarians 
(Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Paludicola)." January 1989. 

482. Abele, Lawrence G. "The Decapod Crustaceans of the Panama Canal." 
March 1989. 

483. Kornicker, Louis S. "Troglobitic Ostracoda (Myodocopa: Cypridinidae, 
Thaumatocyprididae) from Anchialine Pools on Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos 
Islands." February 1989. 



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490. Vari, Richard P. "Systematics of the Neotropical Characiform Genus Pseudo 
curimata Fernandez-Yepez (Pisces: Ostariophysi)." September 1989. 

494. McGirdey, Ronald J. "A Catalog and Review of Immature Apoidea 
(Hymenoptera)." August 1989. 

Studies in History and Technology 

49. Janssen, Barbara Suit. "Technology in Miniature: American Textile Patent 
Models 1819-1840." February 1989. 

50. Vogel, Robert M. "Vertical Transportation in Old Back Bay, A Museum Case 
Study: The Acquisition of a Small Residential Hydraulic Elevator." 
December 1988. 



MUSEUMS, BUREAUS, AND RELATED ORGANIZATIONS 

American Historical Association 

American Historical Association Annual Report. 1987. October 1988. 

Anacostia Museum 

Hutchinson, Louise, and Gail Lowe. Kind Regards of Solomon G. Brown. June 
1989. Exhibition catalog. 

James, Portia. The Real McCov: African-American Invention and Innovation. 
1619-1930. October 1989. Exhibition catalog. 

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 

Arthur M. Sackler Calendar of Events. Brochure, issued bimonthly. 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 

HMSG Calendar of Events. Published three times a year. 

National Air and Space Museum 

Archival Videodisc 6 (Lunar Mission Imagery). September 1989. 

National Museum of African Art 

Calendar of Programs and Exhibitions. Published three times a year. 



Barley, Nigel. Foreheads of the Dead: Art Anthropologic al View of Kalahari 
Ancestral Screens, November 1988. Exhibition catalog. 



National Museum of Natural History 

Atoll Research Bulletin 312-320. March 1989. 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 

Let's Go to the Smithsonian. Quarterly newsletter. 
Art to Zoo. Quarterly newsletter. 



Office of Environmental Management and Safety 

Brochures: 

Portable Power Tool Safety 

Ground Fault Circuit 

Safe Material Handling 

Lockout 

Welding. Cutting. Brazing 

Respiratory Protection 



Office of Fellowships and Grants 

Smithsonian Opportu nities for Research and Study. October 1988. 
Fellowships-in-Residence at the Smithsonian Institution. Poster. 

Office of the Secretary 

Bylaws of the Board of Regents. Brochure. April 1989. 
Invitation to ann ua] garden party. May 1989. 

INSTITUTIONAL REPORTS 

Smithsonian Year. 1988. April 1989. 

Smithsonian Year. 1988. (Microfiche edition). August 1989. 



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Appendix 5 



Publications of the Staff of the Smithsonian Institution 
and Its Subsidiaries in Fiscal Year 1989 



JOSEPH HENRY PAPERS 



Rumm , John C. "Working Through the Records: Using Business Records to Studv 
Workers and the Management of Labour." Archivaria 27 (Winter 1988-89): 
67-96. 

Theerman, Paul H. "Edinburgh" and "Physics" in Victorian Britain: An 

Encyclopedia , ed . Sally Mitchell (New York: Garland Publishing, 1988). 



NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 



Animal Exhibit Departments 

Beck, B.B. and M. Power. 1988. Correlates of sexual and maternal competence 

in captive gorillas. Zoo Biology 7:339-350. 
Bronikowski, E.J., B.B. Beck and M. Power. 1989. Innovation, Exhibition and 

Conservation: Free-ranging Tamarins at the National Zoological Park. 

Proceedings of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquarium 

Annual Conference . 
Brown, J.L. , D. E. Wildt, L.G. Phillips, Jr. ,J. Seidensticker, S.B.U. 

Fernando, S. Miththapala and K.L. Goodrowe. 1989. Adrenal -pi tuitary- 

gonadal relationships and ejaculate characteristics and in captive 

leopards ( Panthera pardus kotiya ) isolated on the island of Sri Lanka. 

Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 85:605-613. 
Crissey, S., E.F. Stephens, F. Cusimano and S. Derrickson. 1989. A 

submersible diet for ducks to control disease and cost. Journal of Zoo 

and Wildlife Medicine 20(l>:68-72. 
Hitchcock, P., J. Seidensticker and Effendy Sumardja. 1988. Dumoga-Bone 

National Park: conservation for development in North Sulawesi. A 

report from the Indonesia 1982-1986 Conservation for Development 

Pogrammme, World Wildlife Fund, Bogor. 65 pp. 
Marcellini, D.L. and T.A. Jenssen. 1989. Thermal ecology of the tropical 

iguanid lizard, Leiocephalus schreibersi . American Midland Naturalist 

122:44-50. 
Miththapala, S. , J. Seidensticker, L.G. Phillips, Jr., S.B.U. Fernando and 

J. A. Smallwocd. 1989. Identifying individual leopards ( Panthera pardus 

kotiya ) using spot pattern variation. Journal of Zoology , London 

218:527-536. 
Seidensticker, J. 1988. From the ridge of the fan. ZooGoer 17(6): 27-30. 

. 1989. Bat cave. ZooGoer 18(4):20-21. 

Xanten, W.A. , D.S. Kessler and J. Grumm. 1988. Breeding and Management of 

Prevost squirrel Callosciurus prevosti at the National Zoological Park.. 

International Zoo Yearbook , Vol. 27 pp. 283-286. 



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Office of Public Affairs 

Bretzf elder, Marc 1989. Artificial Reproduction: A "last hope" for some 

endangered species. Smithsonian News Service, February. 
, Marc 1989. Panda's peeudopregnancy reveals valuable information. 

Smithsonian Institution Research Reports , No. 56 (Winter) 
Gibson, Margaret F. 1989. F.B.I, investigates tamarins. Zoogoer V. 18(4) :25. 
Hoage, Robert J. 1989 Perceptions of animals in American culture. Zoogoer V. 

18(4):31. 
Morgan, Michael M. 1989. William Temple Hornaday: Visionary of the National 

Zoological Park. Smithsonian News Service, February. 

Department of Animal Health 

Andrews, J.C., J.G. Howard, G.D. Bavister and D.E. Wildt. 1989. Use of salt- 
stored zonae pellucidae for evaluating sperm capacitation in the 
domestic cat. Proceedings: Serono Symposium on Fertility in Mammals p. 
72. 

Brown, J.L., M. Bush, D. Jannsen, C. Packer, A. Pusey, S. Monfort and D.E. 

Wildt. 1989. Influence of age and gender on reproductive and endocrine 
characteristics in free-ranging East African lions. Proceedings: 
Society for the Study of Reproduction, Biology of Reproduction , 
Supplement 1,40:158. 

Howard, J.G., S.L. Hurlbut and M. Bush. 1989. Compromised zona binding and 
penetration of homologous oocytes by spermatozoa from teratospermic 
domestic cats. Proceedings: Society for the Study of Reproduction , 
Biology of Reproduction Supplement 1,40:161. 

, S.L. Hurlbut, C. Morton, F. Morton, M. Bush and D.E. Wildt. 1989. 

Pregnancies in the domestic ferret after laparoscopic artificial 
insemination with frozen-thawed spermatozoa. Proceedings: American 
Society of Andrology, Journal of Andrology 10:135. 

, S.L. Hurlbut, M. Bush and D.E. Wildt. 1989. Sperm function in leopard 

cats ( Felis bengalensis ) as measure by in vitro penetration of zona-free 
hamster ova and zona- intact domestic cat oocytes. Proceedings: Serono 
Symposium on the Fertility of Manmals p. 79. 

Johnson, L.A. , A.M. Miller, S.J. O'Brien and D.E. Wildt. 1989. Culture 

medium and protein supplementation influence in vetro fertilization and 
embryo development in the domestic cat. Serono Symposium on the 
Fertility of Mammals p. 79. 

, S.J. O'Brien and D.E. Wildt. 1989. In vitro maturation and 

fertilization of domestic cat follicular oocytes. Proceedings: 
International Embryo Transfer Society, Theriogenology 31:207. 

Miller, A.M., L. A. Johnston, S.L. Hurlbut and D.E. Wildt. 1989. 

Intrafollicular domestic cat oocytes and later corpus luteum function 
are sensitive to the timing of gonadotropin stimulation. Proceedings: 
Society for the Study of Reproduct i on , Biology of Reproduc t i on 
Supplement 1,40:96. 

, M.E. Roelke, K.L. Goodrowe, J.G. Howard and D.E. Wildt. 1989. Oocyte 

recovery, maturation and fertilization in vitro in puma ( Felis 
concolor ) . Proceedings: International Embryo Transfer Society, 
Theriogenology 31:228. 



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Monfort, S.L., K.D. Dahl, N.M. Czekala, L. Stevens, M. Bush and D.E. Wildt. 
1989. Monitoring ovarian function and pregnancy in the giant panda 
(Ailuropoda melanoleuca ) by evaluating urinary bioactive follicle- 
stimulating hormone and steroid metabolities. Journal of Reproduction 
and Fertility 85:203-212. 

Pontbriand, D. , J.G. Howard, M.C. Schiewe, L.D. Stuart and D.E. Wildt. 1989. 
Effects of cryoprotective diluent and method of freeze- thawing on 
survival and acrosomal integrity of ram spermatozoa. Cryobiology 
26:341-354. 

Rail, W.F., M.C. Schiewe, M. Bush and D.E. Wildt. 1989. Cryopreservation of 
oocytes and embryos collected from wildlife species. Proceedings: 
Annual Meeting of the Society of Cryobiology abstract 80. 

Rideout, B.A. , R. J. Montali, R.S. Wallace, M. Bush, L.G. Phillips, Jr., T.T. 
Antorovych and S.G. Sabnis. 1989. Renal medullary amyloidosis in 
Dorcas gazelles. Veterinary Pathology 26:129-135. 

Schmidt, P.M., S.L. Monfort and D.E. Wildt. 1989. PMSG source influences 

fertilization and fresh or thawed embryo development but the effect is 
genotype-specific. Gamete Research 23:11-20. 

Tear, J. A., B.L. Raphael, M. Bush. 1988. Pharmacokinetics of intravenous and 
intramuscular gentamicin in Markhor ( capra f alconeri ) . Journal of zoo 
Animal Medicine 19(3) : 110-115. 

Wasser, S.K., L. Risler and R.A. Steiner. 1988. Excreted steroids in primate 
feces over the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. Biology of Reproduction 
39:862-872. 

Wildt, D.E. and U.S. Seal. 1988. Editors for monograph, Research Priorities 
for Single Species Conservation Biology . National Science Foundation, 
Washington , D . C . 

1989. Strategies for the practical application of reproductive 
technologies to endangered species. Zoo Biology supplement 1:17-20. 

and K.L. Goodrowe. 1989. The potential for embryo technology in the 

black-footed ferret. In: Conservation Biology and the Black-Footed 
Ferret , U.S. Seal, E.T. Thome, M.A. Bogan and S.H. Anderson, eds. Yale 
University Press, New Haven, pp. 160-176. 

, J.G. Howard, M. Bush and W.F. Rail. 1989. Strategies for 

cryopreservation of spermatozoa from wildlife species. Proceedings: 
Annual Meeting of the Society of Cryobiology abstract 79. 

, M. Bush, C. Morton, F. Morton and J.G. Howard. 1989. Semen 

characteristics and testosterone profiles in ferrets kept in long-day 
photoperiod, and the influence of hCG timing and sperm dilution on 
pregnancy rate after laparoscopic insemination. Journal of Reproduction 
and Fertility 86:349-358. 



Department of Pathology 

Armstrong, D.L. , R.J. Montali, A.B. Doster and K.R. Kazacos. 1989. 

Cerebrospinal Nematodiasis in Macaws due to Baylisascaris procyonis . 
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20(3) pp. 354-359. 

Montali, R.J. and K. Kelly. 1989. Pathological survey and review of diseases 
of captive Maned Wolves ( Chrysocyon brachyurus ) and Bush Dogs ( Speothos 
venaticus ) . Proceedings of the International Symposiun of Diseases of 
Zoo Animals, pp. 35-43, Dortmund, Germany. 

, R. Wallace, L.G. Phillips, Jr., M. Bush, M. Roberts, S. Crissey, K. 

Warnell, 0. Oftedal, T. Shaugnessy and L. Rabin. 1989. Hepatopathy and 
hypercholesterolemia in red pandas associated with a diet change. In: 
Red Panda Biology pp 31-40, SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. 



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Munson, L. , S.K. Chandler and D.H. Schlafer. 1988. Cultivation of bovine 

fetal and adult endometrial epithelial cells. Journal of Tissue Culture 

Techniques 11:129-133. 
, S.K. Chandler and D.H. Schlafer. 1988. Long-term culture of bovine 

trophoblastic cells. Journal of Tissue Culture Techniques 11:123-128. 
, C.A. Wiley, W.P. Heuschele and D.L. Janssen. 19889. Tremors due to 

hypomyelinization in a herd of Angolian springbok ( Antidorcas 

marsupialis angolensis ) . In Proceedings : American Association of Zoo 

Veterinarians , Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
and R.J. Montali. 1989. Diseases and Pathology of Great Apes at the 

National Zoological Park. Proceedings of meeting on "Fertility in Great 

Apes", Atlanta, Georgia. 
Nichols, D.K., M.J. Wolff, L.G. Phillips, Jr., and R.J. Montali. 1989. 

Coagulopathy in Pink -backed Pelicans ( Pelecanus ruf escens ) Associated 

with Hypervitaminosis E. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20(1) pp. 

57-61. 
Partington, C. J. , C.H. Gardiner, D. Fritz, L.G. Phillips, Jr. and R. J. 

Montali. 1989. Atoxoplasmosis in Bali Mynahs (Leucopsar rothschildi ) . 

Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20(3) pp. 328-335. 
Ramsay, E.C., R.J. Montali, M. Worley, C.B. Stephensen and K. Holmes. 1989. 

Callitrichid Hepatitis: Epizootiology of a Fatal Hepatitis in Zoo 

Tamarins and Marmosets. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20(2) pp. 

178-183. 
Rideout, B.A. , R.J. Montali, R.S. Wallace, Bush, M. , L.G. Phillips Jr., T.T. 

Antonovych, S.G. Sabnis. 1989. Renal Medullary Amyloidosis in Dorcas 

Gazelles. Veterinary Pathology 26(2), pp. 129-135, 1989. 
Schiller, C.A., M.J. Wolff, L. Munson, and R.J. Montali. 1989. Streptococcus 

zooepidemicus Infections of Possible Horsemeat Source in Red-Bellied 

Tamarins and Goeldi's Monkeys. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 

20(3) pp. 322-327. 



Department of Conservation 

August, P. V., S.G. Ayvazian and J.G.T. Anderson. 1989. Magnetic orientation 

in a small mammal: Peromyscus leucopus . Journal of Mammalogy 70:1-9. 
Berger, J. 1989. Female Reproductive Potential and Its Apparent 

Discrimination by Male Mammals. Journal of Mammalogy 70:347-358. 
and M. Keck. 1989. Type I and Type II Errors in the Real World. 

Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25(3). 
Collins, L. , C. Wemmer and J. Smith. 1988. The Small Animal Facility at the 

Conservation and Research Center of the National Zoological Park. 

International Zoo Yearbook 27:327-334. 
Dinerstein, E. , C. Wemmer and H. Mishra. 1988. Adoption in Greater One- 
horned Rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis . Journal of Mammalogy 69:813- 

814. 
, 1988. A review of Wild Horses of the Great Basin by Joel Berger. 

Journal of Mammalogy 69:206-208. 
and C. Wemmer. 1988. Fruits Rhinoceros eat: dispersal of Trewia 

nudi flora in lowland Nepal. Ecology 69:1768-1774. 
, C. Wemmer and H. Mishra. 1988. Adoption in greater one-horned 

rhinoceros ( Rhinoceros unicornis ) . Journal of Mammalogy 69 ( 4 ) : 813-814. 
Gold, A., S. Tso, P.V. August and W. Wright. 1989. Aquifer delineation using 

soil surveys. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44:232-234. 



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Haig, S. , J. Ballou and S. Derrickson. 1988. Evaluation of Management 

Options for Guam Rails Using Pedigree Data. Proceedings of the American 

Association of Zoological Parks and Aquarium Annual Conference 507-510. 
Holzenbein, S. and G. Schwede. 1989. Activity and movement patterns of 

female white-tailed deer during the rut. Journal of Wildlife Management 

53:219-223. 
LaBash, C. , D. Walters, P. August and C. Smith. 1989. Standardizing a GIS 

data base. Proceedings of the Environmental System Research Institute 

Conference , Redlands , CA . 
Lehmkuhl, J.F., R.K. Upreti and U.R. Sharma. 1988. National parks and local 

development: grasses and people in Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal. 

En v i ronmen ta 1 Conservation 15:143-148. 
McCann, A., J. Lemunyon, L. Thompson, and P. August. 1989. A geographic 

information system study of Block Island soils . Rhode Island 

Cooperative Extension, University of Rhode Island. 
McShea, W.J. and D.M. Madison. 1989. Measurements of reproductive traits in 

a field population of meadow voles. Journal of Mammalogy 70 ( 1 ): 132-141 . 
, 1989. Reproductive synchrony and home range size in a territorial 

microtine. Oikos 56:1-5. 
, L. Hartman, J. Blew and S, Mabey. 1989. Breeding bird census: Tulip 

tree-hickory forest. Journal of Field Ornithology Supplement, 60:32. 
Schwede, G. H. and Hendrichs. 1989. Mother-infant relations in white-tailed 

deer ( Qdocoileus virginianus ) . Abstracts of posters and papers . Fifth 

International Theriological Conference, 2:834-835. 

, 1989. A fawn's life. Zoogoer 18:26-27. 

, 1989. Rote Chorknaben. Das Tier 61-63. 

Smith, C. , L. Thompson and P. August. 1989. Error in spatial data: A 

practical view. Proceedings Env i ronmen tal System Research Institute 

Conference , Redlands , CA . 
Stuwe, M. and K. Scribner. 1989. Low Genetic Variability in Reintroduced 

Alpine Ibex (Capra ibex ibex ) Populations. Journal of Mammalogy 

70(2):370-373. 
Walters, D.H. , P. August and W. Wright. 1989. Legal issues in GIS database 

development and distribution. Proceedings of the Environmental System 

Research Institute Conference , Redlands , CA . 
Wemmer, C. and R. Montali. 1988. Latrine use and the subcaudal gland of the 

brow-antlered deer, Cervus eldi thamin . Journal of Mammalogy, 

69(4):815-818. 
and C. Grodinsky. 1988. Reproduction in Captive Female Brow-antlered 

Deer ( Cervus eldi thamin ). Journal of Mammalogy 69 ( 2) : 389-393. 
, T. Halverson, M. Rodden and T. Portillo. 1989. The Reproductive 

Biology of Female Pere David's Deer ( Elaphurus davidianus ) . Zoo Biology 

8:49-55. 
and M. Sunquist. 1988. Felid Reintroductions: Economic and Energetic 

Considerations. Proceedings of the Fifth International Snow Leopard 

Symposium , Srinagar, India, October, 1986. Edited by Helen Freeman, pp. 

193-205. 
and V. Krishnamurthy. 1989. Methods for taking standard measurements 

of live domestic Asiatic elephants. Symposium on Ecology, Biology, 

Management and Diseases of the Asian Elephant . Mannuthy, Trichur, 

Kerala, India, January 16-19, 1989. 



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Department of Zoological Research 

Allen, M.E. and O.T. Of tedal . 1989. Dietary manipulation of the calcium 

content of feed crickets. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 20:26- 

33. 
Ballou, J.D. 1989. Inbreeding and outbreeding depression in the 

captive propagation of black-footed ferrets ( Mustela nigripes ) . In U.S. 

Seal , E . T . Thorne , M . A . Bogan and S . H . Anderson ( eds ) : Conservation 

Biology and the black-footed Ferret . New Haven, CT, Yale Univ. Press, 

Pp. 49-68. 
Beissinger, S.R. , B.T. Thomas and S.D. Strahl . 1988. Vocalizations, food 

habits, and nesting biology of the slender-billed kite with comparisons 

to the snail kite. Wilson Bulletin 100:604-615. 
Boness, D.J. , W.D. Bowen and O.T. Of tedal . 1988. Evidence of polygyny from 

spatial patterns of hooded seals ( Cystophora crista ta ) . Canadian 

Journal of Zoology 66:703-706. 
Boness, D.J. 1989. Review of "American fur seal diplomacy: The Alaskan fur 

seal controversy," By James Thomas Gay. Journal of Wildlife Management 

53(l):272-273. 
Brownell, R.L., Jr., K. Ralls and W.F. Perrin. 1989. The plight of the 

"forgotten" whales. Oceanus 32:5-9. 
Chaudhuri, M. , D.G. Kleiman, D.E. Wildt, M. Bush, E.S. Frank and 

R.B. Thau. 1988. Urinary steroid concentrations during natural and 

gonadotrophin-induced oestrus and pregnancy in the giant panda 

( Ailuropoda melanoleuca ) . Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 84:23- 

28. 
Crissey, S.D., E.F. Stevens, F. Cusimano and S. Derrickson. 1989. A 

submersible diet for ducks to control disease and cost. Journal of 

Zoological Wildlife Medicine 20(l):68-72. 
Derrickson, K. 1988. Variation in repertoire presentation in northern 

mockingbirds. Condor 90:592-606. 

1988. Review of "Voices of all the mockingbirds, thrashers and their 

allies - Family Mimadae." Auk 105:822-823. 
. 1989. Review of "The birder's handbook: A field guide to the natural 

history of North American birds." ZooGoer 18:28-29. 
. 1989. Bigamy in Northern mockingbirds: circumventing female- female 

aggression. Condor 91:728-732. 
Domingues, R.A.P, H.R.L. Pugialli and J.M. Dietz. 1989. Densidade e 

divers idade de fauna fitoteLnata em bromelias de quatro tipos de 

florestas degradadas. Review Brasil Biology 49 ( 1 ): 125-129, Fevereiro - 

Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
Foose, T.J. and J.D. Ballou. 1988. Population management: theory and 

practice. International Zoo Yearbook 27:26-41. 
Gittleman, J.L. and S.D. Thompson. 1989. Energetics and animal behavior. 

American Zoologist 28:813-814. 
, and S.D. Thompson. 1989. Energy allocation in mammalian 

reproduction. America Zoologist 28:863-876. 
Glatston, A. and M. Roberts. 1988. The current status and future prospects 

of the red panda ( Ailurus f ulgens ) studbook population. Zoo Biology 

7:47-59. 
Gradwohl. J. and R. Greenberg (eds.). 1988. Saving the tropical forests. 

Earthscan Press. 
and R. Greenberg. 1989. Migratory non-game bird programs of the Fish 

and Wildlife Services. Audubon Wildlife Reports . 



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Greenberg, R. 1988. Seasonal plumage dimorphism in the swamp sparrow. 

Journal of Field Orinthology V. 59(2) : 149-154. 
Haig, S.M., J.D. Ballou and S.R. Derrickson. 1988. Demographic analyses of 

Guam rails using pedigree data. Proceedings of the American Association 

of Zoological Parks and Aquariums Pp. 507-510. 
, J.D. Ballou and S.R. Derrickson. 1988. Demographic analyses of Guam 

rails using pedigree data. Proceedings of the American Association of 

Zoological Parks and Aquariums Pp. 507-510. 
Kleiman, D.G. , R.J. Hoage and K.M. Green. 1988. The lion tamarins, Genus 

Leon topi thecus . In: Ecology and behavior of neotropical primates , 

Vol. 2., pp. 299-347. R. Mitterraeir, A.B. Rylands, A.F. Colmbra-Filho 

and G.A.B. de Fonseca, eds. World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C. 
Kleiman, D.G. , B. Beck, J. Dietz, L. Dietz and J.D. Ballou. 1988. Locals 

help to save tamarins . On the Edge 34 : 4-5 . 

1989. Reintroduction of captive mammals for conservation: 

guidelines for reintroducing endangered species into the wild. 

BipScience, 39:152-160. 
McDonald, M.V. 1989. Function of song in Scott's seaside sparrows Ammodramus 

maritimus peninsulae . Animal Behaviour 38(3)468-485. 
. 1989. Technical status survey of two Florida seaside sparrows, and 

taxonomic review of the seaside sparrow assemblage. Report 32. In: 

Report to the Endangered Species Office , U. S. Fish and Wildlife 

Service . 
Morton, E.S. 1988. The truly long termed trend in populations of the purple 

martin. Purple Martin Update 1: 20-22. 

1988. Dawnsong of the purple martin. Atlantic Naturalist 38: 38-48. 
1988. "Innate": Outdated and inadequate or linguistic convenience? 

Brain and Behavioral Sciences 11: 642-643. 
and N. Tsipoura. 1988. Song-type distribution in a population of 

Kentucky warblers. Wilson Bulletin 100: 9-16. 

. 1989. Purple dawn. Purple Martin Update 2:10-13. 

. 1989. Female hooded warbler plumage does not become more male-like 

with age. Wilson Bulletin 101: 460-462. 
and R. Greenberg. 1989. The outlook for migratory songbirds: "Future 

shock" for birders. American Birds 43:178-183. 
Montali, R. , R. Wallace, L. Phillips, M. Bush, M. Roberts, S. Crissey, K. 

Warnell, O. Of tedal , M. Edwards and L. Rabin. 1989. Hepatopathology 

and hypercholesterolemia in red pandas associated with a diet change. 

Pp. 31-41 in Red panda biology , A. Glatston, ed. SPB Academic 

Publishing, The Hague. 
Of tedal, O.T. and J.G. Gittleman. 1989. Patterns of energy output during 

reproduction in carnivores. Pp. 355-378 in: Carnivore behavior, 

ecology and evolution . J. G. Gittleman (eds.), Cornell University 

Press, Ithaca, N.Y. 
and R. Jenness. 1988. Interspecies variation in milk composition 

among horses , zebras and asses ( Perissiodactyla : Equidae ) . Journal of 

Dairy Research 55:57-66. 
, D.J. Boness and W.D. Bowen. 1988. The composition of hooded seal 

( Cystophora crista ta ) milk: an adaptation to postnatal fattening. 

Canadian Journal of Zoology 66:318-322. 
Ralls, K. and R.L. Brownell, Jr. 1988. Sperm competition in the grey whale. 

Nature 336:116-117. 



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. 1989. A semi -captive breeding program for the baiji, Lipotes 

vexilifer : genetic and demographic considerations. In: Biology and 

conservat i on of the river dolphins , pps. 150-156. W.F. Perrin, R.L. 

Brownell, Jr., Zhou Kaiya and Liu Jainkang (eds.). IUCN Species 

Survival Cocnnission Occasional Paper No. 3. 
. 1989. Review of "Sounds of silence" by G.B. Schaller. Animal 

Behaviour 37:1059. 
— - — and R.L. Brownell, Jr. 1989. Protected species: research permits and 

the value of basic research. BioScience 39:394-396. 
Roberts, M. 1988. The great unwatched - urban wildlife in the zoo. ZooGoer 

17:11-13. 
, K. Thompson and J. Cranford. 1988. Reproduction and growth in the 

punare ( Thrichomys apereoides ; Rodentia:Echimidae) of the Brazilian 

Caatinga with reference to the reproductive strategies of the 

Echimyidae. Journal of Mammalogy 69:542-552. 
. 1989. A survey and analysis of management practices in the North 

American red panda SSP. In: Red panda biology pps. 129-153. A. 

Glatston, ed. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. 
. 1989. The North American regional program. In: The red or lesser 

panda studbook , number 5, pps 23-25. The Royal Rotterdam Zoological and 

Botanical Gardens, Rotterdam. 
, L. Phillips and F. Kohn. 1989. The common ringtail possum 

( Pseudoch e i rus peregrinus ) as a management model for the 

Pseudocheiridae: reproductive scope, behavior and biomedical values on a 

browse-free diet. Zoo Biology 8:1-20. 
Snyder, N.F.R. , S.R Beissinger and M.R. Fuller. 1989. Reproduction and 

demography of the Florida (Everglades) kite. Condor 91:300-316. 
, S.R. Beissinger and M. R. Fuller. 1989. Solar radio-transmitters on 

snail kites in Florida. Journal of Field Ornithology 60:171-177. 
Thompson, S.D. 1989. Thermoregulation in the water opossum ( Chironectes 

minimus ) : an exception that proves a rule. Physiological Zoology 

61:450-60. 
Warnell, K.J., S.D. Crissey and O.T. Of tedal . 1989. Utilization of bamboo 

and other fiber sources in red panda diets. In: Red panda biology , 

pps. 51-56. A.R. Glatston, ed. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. 
Wilson, N. , J.M. Dietz and J.O. Whitaker, Jr. 1989. Ectoparasitic Acari Found 

on Golden Lion Tamarins ( Leon topi thecus rosalia rosalia ) from Brazil. 

Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25:433-435. 



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OFFICE OF AMERICAN STUDIES 

Washburn, Wilcomb E. "It's Not the Name 'Redskins' That Maligns 

Indians," Washington Post , April 23, 1988. 
"The Possibilities of the Columbian 

Quincentennial, " Ideas '92, 1 (2) (Spring 1988): 29-41 

[Expanded version of Washington Post article cited in 1987 

co-authored with Joan R. Challinor] . 

"The Academic Profession and Contemporary 



Politics," Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and 
Policy , 26 (3) (Autumn 1988): 392-415, 

"'Vexatious Oral Exchange': A Talk to the 



Dartmouth Class of 1948," Academic Questions , 2 (1), (Winter 
1988-89) [Full text of article entitled "Liberalism versus 
Free Speech" in the National Review . September 30, 1988]. 
Introduction to Context section of 



L'Indianite: Contextes et Perspectives, Revue Francaise 
d' Etudes Araericaines , (Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 
13 (38) (November 1988): 319-322. 
Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 4, 



Indian-White Relations , (editor) , (Washington: Smithsonian 
Institution, 1988) : 838 pp. 

"The First European Contacts with the 



American Indians," in Revista da Universidade de Coimbra , 
Vol. XXXIV (Lisboa: Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica 
Tropical, 1988), serie separatas 208: 439-446. 

"Anthropological Advocacy in the Hopi- 



Navajo Land Dispute," American Anthropologist 91 (3) 
(September 1989): 738-743. 
Keynote Address, Scholarship and Museums 



Roles and Responsibilities . Proceedings of the Ninth Museum 
Studies Conference, University of Delaware, April 9, 1988, 
edited by Bryant F. Tolles, Jr. (Newark: University of 
Delaware, 1989): 7-17. 



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Wright, A. E. "Large Peculiar Velocities in the Hydra-Centaurus Supercluster." 
Astrophvsical Journal 338 (1989): 654. 

Adams, F.; Freese, K.; Levin, J.; and McDowell, J. C. "Spectral Distortions of the 
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Alpert, Y. L.; Fligel, D. S.; and Yaraslavtsev, A. A. "Spectra and Geomagnetic 
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Planetary and Space Science 37 (1989): 391. 

Andersen, J.; Lindgren, H.; Hazen, M. L.; and Mayor, M. "The Pre-Main-Sequence 
Binary System AK Scorpii." Astronomy and Astrophysics 219 (1989): 142. 

Anderson, J. D.; Borderies, N. J.; Campbell, J. K.; Dunne, J. A.; Ellis, J.; Hellings, 
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N. M. "Testing General Relativity with Landers on the Martian Satellite Phobos." 
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Anglada, G.; Rodriguez, L. F.; Torrelles, J. M.; Estalella, R.; Ho, P. T. P.; Canto, 
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Arnett, W. D.; Bahcall, J. N.; Kirshner, R. P.; and Woosley, S. E. "Supernova 1987A." 
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Avrett, H. H., and Fontela, J. M. "Hydrogen Ionization and Energy Balance in the Solar 
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Babb, J. F., and Spruch, L. "Retardation (Casimir) Effect for a Multielectron Core 
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Bailyn, C. D.; Garcia, M. R.; and Grindlay, J. E. "Outflow from the Outer Lagrangian 
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— . "Dedication of the 0.75 m APT: Brightness Variations and Magnetic Activity 
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— . "Starspot Cycles and Climatology." In Foundation for Study of Cycles. Pro- 
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'Long-Term Magnetic Activity Variations of Lower Main Sequence Stars." In 



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Baliunas, S. L.; Genet, R.; and Hayes, D., eds. Selected Papers on Global Network of 
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Baliunas, S. L.; Pyper-Smith, D.; and Genet, R. L. "Automatic Photoelectric Telescope 
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Barnes, P. J.; Crutcher, R. M.; Bieging, J. H.; Storey, J. W. V.; and Willner, S. P. 
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Bartel, N.; Rupen, M. R.; and Shapiro, I. I. "VLBI Observations of SN1986J: A Super- 
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Bates, D. R., and Victor, G. A. "Alexander Dalgarno: Life and Personality." 
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Benson, P.J., and Myers, P.C. "A Survey for Dense Cores in Dark Clouds." 
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Bevilacqua, F.; Merlina, P.; Lorenzini, E. C; Cosmo, M.; and Bergamaschi, S. 
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Biretta, J.; Owen, F.; and Cornwell, T. "A Search for Motion and Flux Variations in 
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Blair, W. P.; Raymond, J. C; Danziger, J.; and Matteucci, F. "The Ultraviolet 
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Bloemhof, E. E.; Danchi, W. C; Townes, C. H.; and McLaren, R. A. "High Spatial 
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Bloemhof, E. E.; Reid, M. J.; and Moran, J. M. "Proper Motions of the OH Masers 
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Bodo, G.; Rosner, R.; Ferrari, A.; and Knoblock, E. "On the Stability of Magnetized 
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Bopp, B.W.; Saar, S. H.; Ambruster, C; Feldman, P.; Dempsey, R.; Allen, M.; 
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Bregman, J., and David, L. P. "Alternative Models of Cooling Flows." Astrophvsical 
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Brissenden, R.,; Tuohy, I.; Bicknell, G.; Remillard, R.; and Schwartz, D. "A Multi- 
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Knowlton, Nancy, Lang, Judith C. and Keller, Brian D. "Predation on Caribbean Staghom 

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Laguna, Jorge E. "Euraphia eastropacensis (Cirripedia, Chthamalodea), A New Species of 

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Lamela Apolayo, Deisa Piedad y Vivero Hamilton, Eric. Macroinvertebrados Asociados a 

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Leigh, Jr., Egbert Giles. "The Evolution of Individuality, by Leo W. Buss" (Book review). 

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McPherson, Gordon. "A New Species of Vantanea (Humiriaceae) from Panama." Annals 

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Miller, James S. "A Revised Treatment of Boraginaceae for Panama." Annals of the 

Missouri Botanical Garden 75 (2): 456-521 (1988). 
Milton, Katharine and Jenness, Robert. "Ascorbic Acid Content of Neotropical Plant Parts 

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Mitchell, J., Bort, John and Sabella J. "Children's Perceptions of Aging Adults: An 

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Morin, James G. and Cohen, Anne C. "Two New Luminescent Ostracodes of the Genus 

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Journal of Crustacean Biology 8 (4): 620-638 (1988). 
Morton, Eugene S. and Greenberg, Rusell. "The Oudook for Migratory Songbirds: 

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Neff, H. , R.L. Bishop, and D.E. Arnold. "Reconstructing Ceramic 
Production from Ceramic Compositional Data: An Example from 
Guatemala," Journal of Field Archaeology . 15 (1988 ): 339-348 . 

Neff, H., R.L. Bishop, and F.J. Bove, "Compositional Patterning 
in Ceramics from Pacific Coastal and Highland Guatemala". 
Archaeomaterials 3 (1989) : 97-109 . 

Olin, J.S., and M.J. Blackman. "Compositional Classification of 
Mexican Majolica Ceramics of the Spanish Colonial Period," 
in Archaeological Chemistry IV, ed. R. Allen, pp. 87-112, 
American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 1989. 

Olin, J.S., "Laboratory Profile, Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution," Society for 
Archaeological Sciences Bulletin 12 (3) (1989) : 8-10. 

Tsang, Jia-Sun, and Roland H. Cunningham. "Some Improvements in 
the Study of Cross-Sections." The American Institute for 
Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Abstracts of 
Papers Presented at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting , pp. 20- 
21, Cincinnati OH, May 31-June 4, 1989. 

Tuross, N. "Albumin Preservation in the Taima-taima Mastodon 
Skeleton," Applied Geochemistry 4 ( 1989) : 225-259 . 

Tuross, N. , A.K. Behrensmeyer, E.D. Eanes, L.W. Fisher, and P.E. 
Hare. "Molecular Preservation and Crystallographic 
Alterations in a Weathering Sequence of Wildebeest Bones," 
Applied Geochemistry 4 (1989) : 261-270. 

van der Reyden, D. "Technology and Conservation of a Nineteenth 
Century Globe," Paper Conservator 12 (1988) : 21-30, Papers 



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from the 10th Anniversary Conference, New Directions in 
Paper Conservation . Oxford, April 14-18, 1986, Part 3. 

van der Reyden, D. , M. Mecklenburg, M. Baker, and M. Hamill. 

"Update on Current Research into Aqueous Light Bleaching at 
the Conservation Analytical Laboratory," in The Book and 
Paper Group Annual . Vol. 7, pp. 73-106, December 1988. 

Vitale, Timothy. "Observations On the Theory, Use and 

Fabrication of the Fritted Glass Bead, Small Suction Disk 
Device," Paper Conservator 12 (1988) : 47-63 , Papers from the 
10th Anniversary Conference, New Directions in Paper 
Conservation , Oxford, April 14-18, 1986, Part 3. 

Vitale, Timothy, and Jane Sugarman. "Observations on the Drying 
of Paper and Their Applications to Treatment," American 
Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 
Abstracts of Papers Presented at the Seventeenth Annual 
Meeting , p. 61, Cincinnati, May 31-June 4, 1989. 

Winter, John, and Emile Joel. "'Lead White 1 in Japanese 

Paintings. II. Measurements of Lead Isotope Ratios," 
Kobunkazai no Kaqaku 33 ( 1988) : 33-44 . 

Yener, K. Aslihan, Hadi Orzbal , Ergun Kaptan, A. Necip Pehlivan, 
and Martha Goodway. "Kestel: An Early Bronze Age Source of 
Tin Ore in the Taurus Mountains, Turkey," Science 
244 (1989) :200-203. 



COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM 

Commoner, Lucy and Milton Sonday. "'Purses, Pouches, Pockets,' Curatorial and 
Conservation Considerations for the Exhibition." Textile Conservation 
Group Newsletter , Volume XI, No. A (March 1989). 

Davidson, Gail. "Richard Nonas," Public Art . Brookville, NY: Hillwood Art 
Gallery, 1989. 

Davidson, Gail and Elaine Evans Dee. Training the Hand and Eye. American 

Drawings from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum . Washington, DC: Smithsonian 
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1989. 

Dee, Elaine Evans. Design into Art. Drawings for Architecture and Ornament 
(contributor). Peter Fuhring, ed. London: Philip Wilson, 1989. 

McFadden, David Revere. (Introduction.) Courts and Colonies: The William and 
Marv Style in Holland, England and America . New York: Cooper-Hewitt 
Museum, distributed by University of Washington Press, 1988. 

. (Introduction.) Majolica . Marilyn Karmason and Joan Stack, 



authors. New York: Harry N. Abrams , Inc., 1989. 

. (Introduction.) Robert Ebendorf Retrospective Exhibition . New 

Paltz: College Art Gallery, State University of New York, The College at 
New Paltz, 1989. 

. Treasures for the Table: Silver from the Chrysler Museum (essays). 

New York: Hudson Hills Press, in association with the American Federation 
of the Arts, 1989. 



is- 



L'Art de Vivre : Decorative Arts and Design in France 1789-1989 



(introdution and editorial; with other authors). New York/Paris: Vendome 
Press/Flammarion, 1989. 

. "L'Art de Vivre" (introduction), special supplement to Connaissance 



des Arts . 1989. 

. "L'Art de Vivre" special supplement guide to exhibition, Vogue 



Decoration . International Edition, No. 19, Spring 1989. 
. "Past and Present: Recent Acquisitions in Ceramics at Cooper- 



Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design," 
Ars Ceramica 5, (1988), pp. 44-49. 

Moss, Gillian. "Textiles of the American Arts and Crafts Movement," William 

Morris and The Arts and Crafts Movement . Linda Parry. London: Bestseller 
Publications Studio Editions, 1989. 

Pilgrim, Dianne H. (Foreword.) L'Art de Vivre: Decorative Arts and Design in 
France 1789-1989 . New York/Paris: Vendome Press/Flammarion, 1989. 

Shinn, Deborah. Courts and Colonies: The William and Mary Stvle in Holland, 
England and America (contributions, with other authors). New York: 
Cooper-Hewitt Museum, distributed by University of Washington Press, 1988. 

Sonday, Milton and Lucy Maitland. "The Asian Embroidery Technique: Detached 
Looping, Orientations (August 1989), pp. 54-61. 



HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 

Lawrence, Sidney. "Henry Moore in America's Heartland." 

Landscape Architecture 79, no. 3 (April 1989):78-81. 

Rifkin, Ned. "Robert Moskowitz." Exhibition Catalog. 
Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 
Garden; and New York: Thames and Hudson. June 1989. 

Weil, Stephen E. "Too Much Art?," ARTnews 88, no. 8 
(October 1989) :232. 

. "Deaccessioning in American Museums: I," 

Apollo 130, no. 330 (New Series) (August 1989):77-80. 
"Who Owns the Nataraja?," ARTnews 88, no. 5 



(May 1989) : 188 
. "The Ongoing Pursuit of Professional 



Status," Museum News 67, no. 2 (November/December 
1988) :30-34. 
. "The Proper Business of the Museum: Ideas 



or Things," Muse 7, no. 1 (Spring/April 1989):28-38. 
. "In Pursuit of a Profession: The Status of 



Museum Work in America," Museum Management Newsletter 
2, no. 1, (Spring 1988) :2-5. 



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NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 

Office of the Deputy Director 

Lopez, D. S., The National Air and Space Museum: A Visit in Pictures (Washington, 
D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989). 

Department of Aeronautics 

Davies, R.E.G. , "Antarctica: El Continente Perdido," Revista Aerea 102(4/5). 
, "The World's Southernmost Airline (Aerovias DAP)," Airliners 2(2) (S umner 

1989) . 

, "Chilean Aviation in the Antarctic," Fraon Ai r World 41(1) (1989) . 

, "Knight to QB4," Airliners 1(3) (Fall 1988) . 

, "At the Sound of the Gong," Airliners 2(1) (Spring 1989) . 

, "The Junkers 52/3m," Skyways (April 1989). 

Mikesh, R.C. , Flying Dragons: The South Vietnamese Air Forra (London: Osprey 

Publ. Ltd., 1988). 

, "Grounded — With Good Cause," Air & Space/Smithsonian 4(1) (1989) . 

, "The Unexpected FAC Mission," Chapter 18 in P.D. Chinnery, Life on the 

Line (1989) . 
Oakes, CM., "Women Airforce Service Pilots, Revista Aerea 104 (1) (1988) . 
Pisano, D.A. , "The Age of Streamlining," Air & Space/Smithsonian (Feb/Mar 

1989) :86-96. 
, "When America Became 'Air Conditioned'," FAA World (June 1989). 

Department of Space History 

Ceruzzi, P. "Electronics Technology and Computer Science: A Coevolution," Annals 
of the History of Computing 10(4), 1989. 

Collins, M.J., "Preserving Space History," Air & Space Magazine 3(4), 6, (1988). 

DeVorkin, D.H., Race to the Stratosphere: Manned Scientific Ballooning in 
America (New York: Springer Verlag) . 

, "Blast from the Past," Air & Space/Smithsonian 3 (Aug/Sep 1988): 76-84. 

, "Defending a Dream: The Abbot Years," Bulletin of the American Astronomi- 
cal Society 20 (1988) : 949. 

, "Henry Norris Russell," Scientific American (May 1989): 126-133. 

, "Men on the Mc»n,""03Timunicating Science," and "Exploration of Space," 

three invited chapter introductions for O. Gingerich, ed. , Album of Science 
TV: 20th Century Physical Science (New York: Scribners, 1989): 219, 229, 
271. 

Elliott, D.W. , "Apollo 11 Spaceflight," Book of Days. 1989/1990 (Ann Arbor: 
Pierian Press, 1989) . 

Herken, G. "The Age of Anxiety," review of John Newhouse's War in the Nuclear 
Age , Washington Post "Book World," Jan. 1, 1989. 

L "He Wrote the Book on Arms Control," review of Strobe Talbott's The 

Master of the Game . New York Newsday "Books," Nov. 11, 1988. 



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, "Learning to Live with the Bomb," review of McGeorge Bundy's Danger and 

Survival , New York Newsday "Books," Jan. 15, 1989. 
Lewis, C.S., co-editor, Air and Space History: An Annotated Bibliography (New 

York: Garland, 1988) . 
Needell, A. A. , Introduction to the Reprinting of Max Planck's Vorlesungen Ueber 

die Theorie der Waermestrahlung (1906) and the Morton Masius translation of 

the Second Edition (1913) , Lectures on the Theory of Heat Radiation (1914) 

(New York: AIP/Tomash, 1989) . 
Smith, R.W. , "The Selling of Space Astronomy," Ast ronomy (Jan. 1989): 8. 
, Review of History of the Royal Astronomical Society. Vol. 2. 1920-1980 in 

British Society for the History of Science 22 (1988) :88-89. 
, Review of Quasars, Rprishifts and Controversies in American Scientist 

77(1989): 126. 
Smith, R.W. , and R. Baum, "Neptune's Fo r g o t t en Ring," Sky & Telescope 77(1989): 6 

10. 
Tatarewicz, J.N. , Film review of "Made in Space: U.S. Space Station" in Science 

Books and Films 24/1 (Sept-Oct 1988) :59. 
, Review of M.A. James, Elites in Conflict: The Antebellum Clash over the 

Dudley Observatory in Science, Technology & Human Values 13(1&2) (Sept/Oct 

1988): 210-214. 
, Review of R. Schick and J. Van Haften, The View from Space: American 

Astronaut Photography, 1962-1972 in Science Books and Films 24/3 (Nov/Dec 

1988): 102. 
Winter, F. , "Bringing Up Betsy," Air & Space/Smithsonian (Dec. 1988/Jan. 

1989): 76-84. 

Center for Earth and Planetary Studies 

Craddock, R. A. and Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "Yorktown and Lexington as 

Viewed by the Viking 1 Lander," Lunar and Planetary Science XX , pp. 193-194. 

Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989. 
Craddock, R. A., Zimbelman, J. R. and Watters, T. R. , [Abstract] "Normal 

Faulting Associated with the Daedalia Impact Basin, Mars," Abstracts for 

the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Tectonic Features on Mars , pp. 3-5 (Houston: 

Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 
Craddock, R. A. and Maxwell, T. A., [Abstract] "Timing of Resurfacing Events in 

the Amenthes and Tyrrhena Cratered Highlands of Mars," Lunar and 

Planetary Science XX . pp. 191-192 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 

1989) . 
Dollfus, A., Deschamps, M. and Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "Granulometry of 

the Martian Surface by Photopolarimetry " Lunar and Planetary Science XX , 

pp. 250-251 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 
Forsythe, R. D. and Zimbelman, J. R. , "Is the Gordii Dorsum Escarpment on Mars 

an Exhumed Transcurrent Fault?", Nature 336 (1988) : 143-146. 
Forsythe, R. D. and Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "The Transcurrent Fault 

Hypothesis for Mars' Gordii Dorsum Escarpment," Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI 

Workshop: Tectonic Feature nn feir , pp. 6-8 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary 

Institute, 1989). 
Haynes, C. V. and Maxwell, T. A. , [Abstract] "Geoarchaeology of Bagnold's Camp 

18, 1930, and Other Late Historic Sites on the Great Selima Sand Sheet,. 

Eastern Sahara," Abstracts 28th International Geological Congress , pp. 2-43 

(Washington, D.C. , 1989). 
Jacobberger, P. A. , [Abstract] "Seasonal Color Changes in the Azaouad Dunefield 



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near Tombouctou, Mali," Geological Society of America Abstracts with 
Programs 20 (1988) : 148. 

Jacobberger, P. A., Maxwell, T. A., and Hooper, D. M. , [Abstract] "Spectral and 
Morphologic Variations Along the Abu Muhari3c Dune System (Western Desert of 
Egypt), " Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 20 (1988) :36. 

Jacobberger, P. A. , [Abstract] "Reflectance Characteristics and Surface 

Processes in Stabilized Dune Environments." In Remote Sensing of Environ- 
ment 27(1989): 245-253. 

, [Book Review] Fluvial Processes in Dryland Rivers , William L. Graf, in 

Geology 17 (1989) : 581-582. 

, [Abstract] "Morphology and Color Variations Along the Abu Muharik Dune 

System (Western Desert of Egypt) , " Procpprii r q^ nf the Dunes '89 Interna- 
tional Conference (Namibia: 1989) . 

, [Abstract] "Mapping Abandoned Channels of the Niger River Using 

Filtered Remotely-sensed Image Data," Proceedings of the Second Interna- 
tional Conference on Geomorphology and Geoecology (Frankfurt: 1989) . 

Maxwell, T. A., [Abstract] "Structural Modification Along the Cratered Terrain 

Boundary, Eastern Hemisphere of Mars," Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop : 
Early Tectonic and Volcanic Evolution of Mars, pp. 37-38. (Houston: Lunar 
and Planetary Institute, 1988) . 

Maxwell, T. A. and Haynes, C. V., "Large-scale, Low Amplitude Bedforms (Chevrons) 
in the Selima Sard Sheet, Egypt," Science 243 (1989) : 1179-1182. 

Maxwell, T. A. and Craddock, R. A., [Abstract] "Mechanisms of Resurfacing in 

the Amenthes and Tyrrhena Cratered Highlands of Mars," Lunar and Planetary 
Science XX . pp. 646-647 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Maxwell, T. A. , [Abstract] "Dune Movement and Sand Transport in the Bahariya 
Depression, Western Egypt," Remote Sensing and Resource Exploration , pp. 
163-192 (Singapore: International Centre for Theoretical Physics, 1989) . 

, [Abstract] "Orbital Observations of Dune Movement and Temporal Changes 

in Southwestern Egypt," Abstracts 28th International Geological Congress , 
pp. 2-391 (Washington, D.C. , 1989). 

t [Abstract] "Origin of Planetary Wrinkle Ridges - An Overview, " Abstracts 

for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Tectonic Features on Mars , pp. 15-17 (Houston: 
Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

McBride, K. , J. R. Zimbelman and Clifford, S. M. , [Abstract] "Potential In 

dicators of Pyroclastic Activity Near Elysium Mons, Mars," Abstracts for 
the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Early Tectonic and Volcanic Evolution of Mars , pp. 
39-41 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1988) . 

McBride, K. , and Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "Evidence of Pyroclastic Activity 
Near Elysium Mons, Mars," Lunar and Planetary Science XX , p. 651 (Houston: 
Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Mouginis-Mark, P. J. , Wilson, L. and Zimbelman, J. R. , "Polygenic Eruptions on 
Alba Patera, Mars," Bulletin of Volcanology 50 (1988) : 361-379. 

Watters, T. R. and Tuttle, M. J., [Abstract] "Evidence of a Shear System 

Associated with the Deformed Basalts of the Columbia Plateau: Implications 
of the Ridged Plains Units on Mars," Geological Society of America Abstracts 
with Piuuidms 20 (1988) :A148. 

Watters, T. R. , "Wrinkle Ridge Assemblages on the Terrestrial Planets," Journal 
of Geophysical Research 93 (1988) : 10236-10254. 

Watters, T. R. and Chadwick, D. J., [Abstract] "Crosscutting Periodically Spaced 
First-order Ridges in the Ridged Plains of Hesperia Planum: Another Case 
for a Buckling Model," Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Tectonic 
Features on Mars , pp. 42-44 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Watters, T. R. and Tuttle, M. J., [Abstract] "Strike-slip Faulting Associated 



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with the Folded Columbia River Basalts: Implications for the Deformed 
Ridged Plains of Mars," Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Tectonic 
Features on Mars , pp. 45-47 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Watters, T. R. , [Abstract] "Periodically Spaced Wrinkle Ridges in Ridged Plains 
Units on Mars," Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Early Tectonic and 
Volcanic Evolution of Mars , pp. 63-65 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary In- 
stitute, 1988) . 

, [Abstract] "Periodically Spaced Wrinkle Ridges an the Tharsis Plateau of 

Mars," Fourth Internat ional c onference on Mars. Program and Abstracts , pp. 
206-207 (Tucson, 1989). 

Wells, G. L. and Zimbelman, J. R. , '•Extra-Terrestrial Arid Suface Processes," 
Arid Zone Gearnorpholooy , ed. D. Thomas (Belhaven Press, London, 1989) . 

Williams, S. H. and Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "Origin of Debris Flow Material: 
Ismenius Lacus, Mars," Lunar and Planetary Science XX . pp. 1209-1210 
(Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1988) . 

Zimbelman, J. R. , [Abstract] "Noachin Faulting in the Memnonia Region of Mars," 
Abstracts for the MEVTV-LPI Workshop: Early Tectonic and Volcanic Evolution 
of Mars , pp. 72-74 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1988) . 
. [Abstract] "Fault Control of Volatile Transport into Mangala Valles, 
Mars," Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 20 (1988) :A1 
47-A148. 

, [Abstract] "Erosional Outliers of Dust Along the Southern Margin of the 

Tharsis Region of Mars," Transactions American Geophysical Union 69 
(1988):1286. 

, , [Abstract] "Geologic Mapping of Southern Mangala Valles, Mars," Lunar and 

Planetary Science XX . pp. 1239-1240 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary In- 
stitute, 1989) . 

, [Abstract] "Planetology and Meteoritics . " Geotimes 34(2) (1989) :72-73. 

, [Abstract] "Tectonic Influences on the Development of Mangala Valles, 

Mars," Transactions of American Geophysical Union 70 (1989) :388. 

, [Abstract] "Planetary Science Progress Reviewed," Geotimes 34(6) (1989) :1 

-11. 

t [Abstract] "Erosional Outliers of Dust Along the Southern Margin of the 

Tharsis Region, Mars," Lunar and Planetary Science XX , pp. 1237-1238 
(Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Zimbelman, J. R. , Clifford, S. M. and Williams, S. H. , "Concentric Crater Fill 
an Mars: An Aeolian Alternative to Ice-rich Mass Wasting," Proceedings 
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XIX , pp. 397-407 (Cambridge Univer- 
sity Press: London, 1989) . 

Zimbelman, J. R. and McBride, K. M. , [Abstract] "A Possible Pyroclastic Deposit 
Near Elysium Mons, Mars," Lunar and Planetary Science XX , pp. 1243-1244 
(Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Zimbelman, J. R. and Fink, J. H. , [Abstract] "Estimates of Rheologic Properties 
for Flows on the Martian Volcano Olympus Mens," Lunar and Planetary Science 
XX, pp. 1241-1242 (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1989) . 

Laboratory for Astrophysics 

Goldstein, J. , "Direct Measurements of Lower Thermospheric Circulation on Venus 
Using Doppler-Limited Infrared Spectroscopy," with M. Mumma, D. Zipoy, T. 
Kostiuk, D. Deming, and F. Expenak, Amer. Astron. Sec. Bull. 20 (1988) : 
833. 

Smith, H. , "L1048: Dramatic Outflow from IRAS 21335+5039," with J. Fischer, D. 



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Mozurkewich and P. Schwartz, Amer. Astron. Sec. Bull. 20 (1989): 1093. 

., "Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy of Starburst and Seyfert Galaxies," with 
J. Fischer, in Proceedings of the 22nd Eslab Symposium on Infrared Spectro- 
scopy in Astronomy (1989) . 

., "Far Infrared Absorption Properties of Metallic Meshes," 
with G.R. Davis, P.A.R. Ade, and J. Fischer, in Procradiras of the Con- 
ference on Infrared Physics 4 (Zurich, 1989) . 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 

Barley, Nigel. Foreheads of the Dead: An Anthropological View of Kalahari 

Ancestral Screens . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press for 
the National Museum of African Art, 1988. 

Luskey, Judith, and Paula Richardson Fleming, Assistant Director, National 
Anthropological Archives. The North American Indians in Early 
Photographs . North American Second Edition (fifth printing), New York: 
Barnes and Noble; Oxford: Oxford University Press, Phaidon (second 
printing); Munich: Verlag C.H. Beck (second printing), 1989. 

National Museum of African Art. Echoes of the Kalahari: Sculpture by Sokari 
Douglas Camp . Washington, D.C.: National Museum of African Art, 1988. 

Ravenhill, Philip. "Gold of Africa." Archaeology . May/June, 1989. 

, and Roslyn A. Walker. Kalahari Ancestral Screens: Levels of 

Meaning [exhibition brochure]. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of 
African Art, 1988. 



Sieber, Roy. Contribution in The Traditional Artist in African Societies (new 
printing). Ed. W. d'Azeredo. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 
1989. 

, Co-editor. Traditional Arts in Africa Series. The Mande 



Blacksmiths: Knowledge, Power, and Art in West Africa by Patrick 
McNaughton. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989. 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 

Blair, Karen J. The History of Women's Voluntary Associations in America: A 

Guide to Sources . Boston: G. K. Hall, 1988. 
Boime, Albert. Vincent van Gogh: Die Sternenacht: Die Geschichte des 

Stoffes und der Stoff der Geschicht . Frankfurt am Main: Fisher 

Taschenbuch Verlag, 1989. 
. "Blacks in Shark-Infested Water: Visual Encodings of Racism in 



Copley and Homer." Smithsonian Studies in American Art 3, no. 1 
(Winter 1989): 18-47. 

. "The Chocolate Venus, Tainted Pork, Wine Blight, and the Tariff: 

Franco-American Stew at the Fair." In Paris 1889: American Artists 



at the Universal Exposition . New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1989. 
Broun, Elizabeth. Albert Pinkham Ryder . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 

Institution Press, 1989. 
Foresta, Merry. Introduction for The Photography of Invention . Cambridge: 

MIT Press, 1989. 
Malarcher, Patricia. "Gatherings: Re Criticism." New Work , no. 38 

(Summer 1989). 
. "Clay Views: Insiders' Perspectives." In CRITS . Cullowhee, N.C.: 

Western Carolina University, 1989. 
. "Of One Cloth: Textiles and the Liturgical Arts." Surface Design 



Journal 13, no. 3 (Spring 1989). 
. "Basketry Considerations," In Basketry Interpretations . Toronto, 

Ontario: The Museum of Textiles, 1989. 
. "Quilting: Present Progressive." In Dreamscapes. Clinton, N.J.: 



Hunterdon Art Center, 1988. 
Moser, Joann. "The Ideal and the Practical: Some Thoughts on Recent 

Catalogues Raisonnes." The Tamarind Papers 11 (Fall 1989): 62-68 
. "Novija Americka Grafika" (New American Graphics), catalogue 

essay for exhibition sponsored by the United States Information 

Service. American Embassy, Belgrade: April 1989. 
Norelli, Martina Roudabush. East Meets West: Chen Chi Watercolors . 

Columbus, Ga.: The Columbus Museum of Art, 1989. 
. "The Watercolors of Antoine-Louis Barye." In Lilien F. Robinson 

and Edward J. Nygren, Antoine-Louis Barye: The Corcoran Collection . 

Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1988. 
Panzer, Nora. "Mythology and the Art of Paul Manship." Brochure, 1989. 
. "A Guide for Teachers: The Patricia and Phillip Frost 

Collection: American Abstraction 1930-1945." Brochure, 1989. 
Pohl, Frances K. Ben Shahn: New Deal Artist in a Cold War Climate, 

1947-1954 . Austin: University of Texas, 1989. 
. Introduction to Histoire d' E. Catalogue of an Exhibition 

by the Italian Artist, Mirella Bentlvoglio . London: Writer's Forum, 

1988. 
. "Ben Shahn and Fortune Magazine: Representations of Labor in 



1946." Labor's Heritage 1 (January 1989). 
. "Report from Palermo: International Conference on Women and 

Writing." Women's Studies International Forum 12, no. 1 (January 

1989). 
. Review of Human Rights/Human Wrongs: Art and Social Change, 



edited by Robert Hobbs and Frederick Woodward. Archives of American 
Art Journal 28, no. 1 (1988). 



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Rand, Harry. Paul Manship . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution 

Press, 1989. 
. "Friedensreich Hundertwasser in Japan," (bilingual text) Tokyo 

Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Iwaki City Museum of Art. Kuashiki, 

Japan: 1989. 

. "Users Used and Abused, " Visual Resources 5, no. 2 (1989). 

. "Making the Calender." In Masterworks of American Art from the 



Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute . New York: Abrams, Inc., 1989. 

. "Interview." In Documents 1, no. 1 (summer 1989). 

Roark, Elisabeth L. "Courbet's Joueurs de Dames and "La vie de Boheme." 

Gazette des Beaux-Arts 112 (December 1988). 
Zalesch, Saul E. and Jill M. Hobgood. From Havana to Wall Street: Popular 

Sheet Music In America, 1898-1929 . Newark, Del.: University of 

Delaware, 1988. 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY 

Office of the Director 

Kennedy, Roger G. Orders from France: The Americans and the French in a 
Revolutionary World . New York: Knopf, 1989. 

Office of Academic Programs 

Kulik, Gary. "Comment: The Hero in Industrial History" in The Popular 

Perception of Industrial History , edited by Robert Weible and Francis 
R. Walsh. AASLH and the Museum of American Textile History, 1989. 

. "Designing the Past: History Museum Exhibitions from Peale to 

the Present" in History Museums in the United States: A Critical 
Assessment , edited by Warren Leon and Roy Rozensweig. Champaign: 
University of Illinois Press, 1989. 

Department of the History of Science and Technology 

Davis, Audrey B, with Richard Glenner, D.D.S. and Gordon Dammann. "The 

Illinois Dentist in Defence of His Country." Illinois State Dental 
Journal (February 1989): 10-14. 

__^_^ . "Anesthetist and Anesthesiologist: Technology in the Social 

Context of a Medical and Nursing Speciality." Transactions and 
Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 11 (June 1989 ) . 

. "Medical Museums in Paris." Medical Collector's 

Association Newsletter (Fall 1989). 

Ezell , Edward C. Smal 1 Arms Today , 2nd Edition, Stackpole Books, 
Harrisburg, Pa., 1988. 

Green, Rayna. "Kill the Indian and Save the Man: Indian Education in the 
United States" in Mary Lou Hultgren and Paulette Fairbanks Molin To 
Lead and to Serve: American Indian Education at Hampton Institute 
1878-1923: An Exhibition Catalog" Charlottes vil le, Va.: Virginia 
Foundation for the Humanities, 1989, 9-14. 

. "Culture and Gender in Indian America," Sojourner 15, no. 1 

(September 1989): 20-22. 

Johnston, Paul F. "Knowledge: The Real Treasure." Sea History 51 (Autumn 
1989): 6-7. 

. "Between the Devil and The Dark Blue Sea: Archaeology and 

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. "Underwater Archaeology in the United States" in The Baltic 

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. "'Not Merely a Profession.'" American Behavioral Scientist 

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. "Nursing Conflicts." Chronicle of Higher Education , 

November 2,1988, B2 (excerpt from speech). 
. Review of Able-bodied Womanhood by Martha Verbrugge. Isis 

80: 1:301 (1989): 108-109. 
Molella, Arthur P. "Inventing the History of Invention," reprinted in 

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. "The First Generation: Usher, Mumford, and Giedion," in In 

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U n i ve r s i ty Press, 1988. 
. "America's Golden Age," an interview with Thomas P. Hughes. 

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. "Technology and Society: The Mechanical or the Organic 

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. "Partners in Time: William Bond & Son of Boston and the 



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~ Business History and Biography: Rai lroa ds in the Nineteenth Century, 

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_ . "Theodore Tuttle Woodruff," in The Encyclopedia of American 

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. Introduction to Vol. I of A Century of Pullman Cars by Ralph 

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Introduction to Focus on Rail s by John Gruber. Mid-Continent 
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Technology 4, no. 3 (Winter 1989): 40-44. 

""What Is this Man Up To." American Heritage of Invention & 

"~ Technology 5, no. 1 (Spring 1989): 45-47. 

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Bird, William L., Jr. "A Spate of New Toys Invades America's Living Rooms," 

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Museums in the United States . 
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Beethoven Symphonies 1 and 3 - deutsche harmonia mundi. 

Beethoven Op. 18, Smithson Quartet - deutsche harmonia mundi. 

Beethoven Op. 70 Trios - Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 

Corelli Op. 3 - Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 

Dvorak Piano Trio, Opus 90, Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 

Gottschalk Piano Music, Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 

Hayden Op. 54 Quartets - deutsch harmonia mundi. 

Hayden Op. 77 Quartets - EMI. 

Hayden Op. 103 Quartets - EMI. 

Smetana Piano Trio, Opus 15, Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 
Hasse, John Edward. "Rudi Blesh," "Hoagy Carmichael ," "Knocky Parker," 

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. The Classic Hoagy Carmichael , produced and annotated by the 

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recordings (4 LPs, 3 cassettes, or 3 CDs) and book. 

"All -American Ragtime." WETA Magazine (July 1989): 6-8. 
"Duke Ellington and New Orleans" in Duke Ellington and New 



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The Maryland Historian . 
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. "Lining Hymn." Black Music Research Journal : 77-83. 
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. "Symbols and Images of American Labor: Dinner Pails and Hard 

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Patent Model Exhibit in Japan. 1989. 
Smith, Barbara Clark. Review of "We the People," a major permanent 

exhibition at the Chicago Historical Society. American Historical 

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. Contributing scholars providing a collection of documents for 

In Their Own Words: Creators Great and Small , edited by Constance M. 

McGovern. Boston: The New England Foundation for the Humanities, 

1988. 
Smith, Barbara Clark, and Kathy Peiss. Men and Women: A History of Costume, 

Gender, and Power . Washington, D.C.: National Museum of American 

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Sturm, Gary. Contribution to Shapes of the Baroque: Historical Development 

of Bowed Stringed Instruments by William Monica!. Philadelphia: 

American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers, 1989. 
Wright, Helena E. "Selling an Image: Yiews of Lowell 1825-1876," in The 

Popular Perception of Industrial History . Lanham, Md: AASLH Library, 

University Press of America, 1989. 

National Numismatic Collection 

Clain-Stefanelli , Elvira E. "Coin or Medal? Politics and Numismatics in 

Walachia in the Early Seventeenth Century," in Festskrift till Lars 0. 

Lagerqvist (Festschrift to Lars 0. Lagerqvist). Stockholm: Svenska 

Numismatiska Foreningen, 1989, 75-85. 
. Rome at War as Seen Through Coins . Washington, D.C.: 

National Numismatic Collection, 1989. 
Doty, R. G. "Alabama currency in Smithsonian holdings," Coin Worl d (March 

22, 1989): 42, 46, 48. " 
. "Cent," "Denarius," "Dime," "Dollar," "Drachma," "Legal 

Tender," "Mint," "Pine-Tree Shilling," "Shekel," "Yen," and "Yuan," in 

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. "Coins," in Vol . 1 of International Encyclopedia of 

Communic ation s. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989, 

325-31. 

. "Pittsburgh enriches paper money history." Coin Worl d (August 

9, 1989): 52, 58, 64, 68. 

. "Private notes common issue in Arkansas." Coin Worl d (April 



5, 1989): 24 36. 

. Review of Dictionary of Coin Names by Adrian Room, in 

Numismatic Chronicle 148 London (1988): 215-20. 

"Smithsonian note collection 'splendid'." Coin Worl d (March 



15, 1989): 34. 



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. Review of Political and Commemorative Pieces Simulating 

lYadesmen' s Tokens, 1//U-18Q2 by R. C. Bell, in Numismatic Chronic! e 

148 London (1988) 284-86. 
Gill ill and, Cory. "John Cook, un enigma." Medaglia 17, no. 24 (1989): 

155-68 
. "A Medal from the Alma Mater," in Festskrift till Lars 0. 

Lagerq'vist . Stockholm: Svenska Numismatiska Foreningen, 1989, 103-10. 

. ""New Gold Denominations Debut in 1849." Coin World (April 19, 

1989): 1, 26, 34. 

Hebert, Raymond. "The Ayat al Kursi and the Asma al-Husna on a Salghurid 

amulet." Hamdard Is! amicus 11, no. 3 (Autumn 1988): 89-99. 
. "Bar Hebraeus on Money." Numismatics International 24, no. 8 

(August 1989): 189-91. 
. "Barker on money troubles in Ottoman Syria and Egypt." 

Numismatics International 24, no. 6 (June 1989): 147. 

'. "A Devotional Medal from Khotan." Numismatics International 



22, no. 10 (October 1988): 233-37. 
. "A Donation of Dies." Numismatics International 23, no. 5 

(May 1989): 117-19. 
. "A Donation of Dies II." Numismatics International 23, no. 1 

(January 1989): 18-20. 
. "A Donation of Dies III." Numismatics International 23, no. 2 

(February 1989): 44-45. 
. "A Donation of Dies IY." Numismatics International 23, no. 3 

(March 1989): 63-64. 
. "A Donation of Dies V." Numismatics International 23, no. 4 

(April 1989): 94-95. 
. "Fynes Moryson on the Ottoman monies of 1617," in A 

Festschrift Presented to Ibrahim Artuk on the Occasion of tHe" 20th 

Anniversary of the Turkish Numismatic Society . Istanbul : Turkish 

Numismatic Society, 1988, 14/-52. 
. "Moorcroft's and Trebeck's numismatic comments of 1819-1825." 

Num i smatics International 24, no. 6 (June 1989): 142. 

~ "Pirate money in Dutch New York." Numismatics International 



24, no. 6 (June 1989): 148. 

. "Pre-Nineteenth Century Acadian Given Names." The Genealogist 

15, no. 1 (Winter 1989): 17-18. 

"P'tit Francois Arsenault of Cocagne." The Genealogist 14, 



no. 4, issue no. 38 (Fall 1988): 173-80. 

Review of Catalogue of the Provincial Coin Cabinet Assam by A. 
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. Review of Les Collections monetaires: VIII. Paleo-monnaies 



africaines by Josette Rival lain in collaboration with A. Feliz Itoko. 
Numismatics International 22, no. 11 (November 1988): 275. 

. Review of Mittelal termiinzen Ausgewahlte Schriften, 1881-1928 
by Emil Bahrfeldt. Numismatics International 22, no. 10 (October 
1988): 247-48. 

. Review of Professor Ajay Mitra Shastri Felicitation Volume , 

edited by Dr. S. K. Bhatt. Numismatics International 22, no. H 
(November 1988): 274-75. 



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. Review of Russkie efeimki issledovanie i katalog by I. C. 

Spas ski*. Numismatics International 23, no. 2 (February 1989): 50-51. 
Review of The History of "Russian Coins (1988), The Millennium 



of First Russian Coins (1988), and Russian History and Culture of the 
10th-20th Centuries in Coins and Medals (1988). NumismatTcs 
International 23, no. 3 (March 1989): 71-72. ' 

. Review, "Three New Russian-language Numismatic Books." 
Numismatics International 23, no. 5 (May 1989): 121-22. 

. "Russo-Chinese Gin-Ricksha chit." Journal of the Russian 



Numismatic Society no. 32 (Autumn 1988): 51. 

. "Saints in Metal." Numismatics International 22, no. 12, 
(December 1988): 281-85. 

. "A Samanid Hoard of Nuh I bin Nasr." Numismatics 

International 23, no. 5 (May 1989): 105-10. 

. "San Serif fe and its monies," by Frere Nitouche (pseudonym). 
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~~. " Two ra re silver fractional dirhems." Oriental Numismatic 



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. "Valentin on the early 18th-century coinage of Ceylon." 

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~ "Vidal on al-Hasa and its coins." Numismatics International 



24, no. 8 (August 1989): 192-93. 

. "Windows on Eternity." The Numismatist 101, no. 12 (December 

1988): 2079-83. 

National Philatelic Collection 

Bruns, James H. "Alternative Designs for the 1963 6-cent Precancelled Air 

Mail Postal Card." Postal Stationery 31 , no. 1 (January-February 

1989): 3-9 
. "Benjamin Lipsner and the Air Mail." Stamps 227, no. 9 (May 

27, 1989): 1, 36. 
. "Did Someone Throw Them in the River?" Postal Stationery 31, 

no. 4 (July-August 1989): 114-19. 
. "George S. Batchellor ... An Eminent American." Stamps 228, 

no. 7 (August 12, 1989): 12, 17. 

'Neither snow, nor rain . . . Ben Franklin had built a mail 



service that helped unify our new nation." Constitution 1, no. 2 
(Winter 1989): 25-29. 

. "The Postal Saving Systems, Part 3." Postal Stationery 31, 

no. 2 (March-April 1989): 49-52. 

. "The Potts Letter Box." The Heliograph 3, no. 1 (Winter 



1 989 ) : 1-7. 

. "Prominence of the Cityscape . . . Post Office 
Architecture." The Heliograph 3, no. 3 (Summer 1989): 1-6. 

. "The Scarcity of Panama-Pacific Proofs: Rhetoric or Reality? 

Part 6." The United States Specialist 60, no. 3 (March 1989): 165-72, 

. "The Scarcity of Panama-Pacific Proofs: Rhetoric or Reality? 



Part /." The United States Specialist 60, no. 4 (April 1989): 195-96, 

. "The Schmidt Cameo-like Dummy Die." Postal Stationery 31, 

no. 3 (May-June, 1989): 66-71. 



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. "White Wagon Mail Service." Stamps 227, no. 4 (April 22, 

rwrr n i , 1 21 . 

Geraci, Joseph J. "Ecuador, A Glimpse at One of the Smithsonian's 
Specialized Foreign Collections." NPC Newsletter 1, no. 2 
(July-September 1989). 

. "First Day Covers—A Working Library." Stamps (September 30, 

T5BTT 

. "French Military Cachets of the 1849 Expedition to Rome." 

France and Colonies Philatelist 45. no. 2. 

Reviews of Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue, Part 1 , British 

Commonwealth (1989) ;" Tun and Profit in Stamp Collecting , 5th edition, 
by Herman Herst, Jr.; Universal Stamping Machine Co., Machines and 
Postal Markings, 1909-I9ZU by Bart Billings; Check List of Postage 
Stamps About Music by A. Herbert Grimsley. Stamps (January 14, 1989). 

. Reviews of Private Printed Franks on U.S. Goverment Envelopes 

by Austin P. Haller; ~Standard Encyclopedia of Doremus Machine Cancels " 
by Frederick Landgford; Collecting Stamps for Pleasure and Profit by 
Barry Krause; and Facit Ortstampelkatalog/Postal History, 1989 by the 
Swedish FAcit Committee. Stamps (February 11, 1989). 

. Reviews of Self-Sufficiency at All Costs: Confederate Post 

Office Operations in North Carolina, 1861-1865 by Richard F. Ridgway; 
A Postcard View of Jewish Life by David Pearlman; and Airmail Antics 
by Fred Boughner. Stamps (flarch 11, 1989). 

. Reviews of Stanley Gibbons Great Britain, Volume 5, Queen 

Elizabeth II Decimal Special Issues , 1st edition (1988); Masonic 
Philately (Part 5) by Trevor J. Fray; Handbook of British Philately 
for the In termed fate Collector Section"^, Coil s by Tom Current; 
Bangladesh Stamps and Postal History by Siddique M. Rahman; and 
Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalog, Part II, Scandinavia , 3d edition 
(1988). Stamps (April 8, 1989). 

. Reviews of The Handbook of Tennis Philately by Lester M. 

Yerkes; Specialized Catalog of United States First Day Covers , 
compl ied by Leo August and Dr. Gerald H. Strauss; The Congress Book, 
1988, Fifty-Fourth American Philatelic Congress , edited by Barbara R. 
Muel ler. Stamps (May 6, 1989). 

Reviews of Confederate States of America, General Issues 



Stamp Album by Conrad L. Bush; Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue, P~art 
2, Austria~& Hungary , 4th edition (1988); Stanley Gibbons Collect 
British Stamps , 40th edition (1988). Stamps (July 1 , 1989). 

. Reviews of Opinions V, Philatelic Expertizing--An Inside 
View , edited by Elizabeth C. Pope; The British Phil atel ic Federation, 
1989 Yearbook and Philatelic Societies Directory , edited by A. Herbert 
R. Grimsley; Pharmacy in Philately Album by George Griffenhagen; and 
Who's Who on the Postage Stamps of the World, 1840-1984 A Master 
Index, Volume 1, Aa-Az by Paul G. Partington. Stamps (September 23, 

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Anderson, Martha G. , and Kreamer, Christine Mullen. Wild Spirits. . 

Strong Medicine; African Art and the Wilderness . The Center for 

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Anton-Pacheco, C. ; Rowan, L. C. ; Payas, A.; Gumiel, P.; Kingston, M. J. 

Schmidt, R. G. ; Bel-Ian, A. "Cartografia de aureolas de meta- 

morfismo de contacto mediante la utilizacion de imagenes Landsat 

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ajmrnunicacions 2 (1988): 249-252. 
Anton-Pacheco, Carmen; Rowan, Lawrence; Gumiel, Pablo; Schmidt, R. G. ; 

Payas, Alba; Brickey, David; Kingston, Marguerite; and Bel-Ian, 

Alejandro. "Multispectral Image Analysis for Mapping the Contact 

Aureole of a Shallow Pluton, San Nicolas Mine Area, Spain." (abs) . 

In 28th International Geological Congress, Abstracts 1 (1989) : 

49-50. 
Blakey, Michael L. "Skull Doctors: Intrinsic Social and Political 

Bias in the History of American Physical Anthropology, with 

Special Reference to the Work of Ales Hrdlicka." Critique of 

Anthropology 7 (1987): 7-35. 
. "Racism Through the Looking Glass: An Afro-American 

Perspective." World Archaeological Bulletin 2 (1987): 46-50. 
. "Social Policy, Economics, and Demographic Change in 

Nanticoke-Moor Ethnohistory . " American Journal of Physical 

Anthropology 75 (1988): 493-502. 
. "The African-American Professional Association: A Place for 

Refuge, A Source of Change." Academe September-October. 1989. 
Brown, James A., and Rogers, J. Daniel. "Linking Spiro's Artistic 

Styles: The Copper Connection." Southeastern Archaeology 8 

(1989) : 1-8 
Burch, Ernest S., Jr. "Modes of Exchange in Northwest Alaska." In 

Hunters and Gatherers 2. Property, Power and Ideology . Edited by 

Tim Ingold, David Riches and James Woodburn pages 95-109. 

(London and New York: Berg Publishers Ltd.) 
Fischbeck, Helmut J.; Rogers, J. Daniel; Ryan, Stuart R. ; and Swenson, 

Fern E. "Sourcing Ceramics in the Spiro Region: A Preliminary 

Study Using Proton- Induced X-Ray Emission (PLXE) Analysis." 

Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 14 (1) (1989) : 3-17. 
Fitzhugh, William W. "Smithsonian Institution." In Arctic Research of 

the United States 2 (1989): 74-77. 
. "Introduction" In Changing Views: Filming the Peoples of the 

North Pacific Rim . Museum of Natural History. Department of 

Education, Film Program 4-5 February, 1989. 
. "Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Seal Lake Region, 

Interior Labrador." In Archaeology in Newfoundland and Labrador . 

Edited by Callum Thomson. Annual Report No. 7, Historic Resources 

Division, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. 1989 
. "Hamilton Inlet and Cartwright Reconnaissance . " In Archaeology 

in Newfoundland and Tabrador , 1986. Edited by Callum Thomson. 



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Fleming, Paula. The North American Indians in Early Photographs . 
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Fowler, Don D. "Myself in the Water." The Western Photographs of John 

K. Hiller, 1871-1900 . Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian Institution 
Press. 1989. 

Fowler, Don D. ; Hattori, Eugene M. ; and Creger, C. Cliff. Summary 
Report of Archaeological Investigations in Warner Valley, Lake 
County, Oregon, 1987-1988 . University of Nevada, Reno Department 
of Anthropology Research Reports. 89-1. Reno. 1989. 

Frchlich, Bruno; Kervran, Monik; Carusso, Vincent; and McCormick, 

Kenneth. "Non-Contacting Terrain Conductivity Measurements at 
Qala't al -Bahrain, Bahrain. Arabian Gulf." Dilmon: Journal of 
the Bahrain Historical and Archaeological Society 14 (1989) : 74- 
89. State of Bahrain: Ministry of Information Press. 

Frohlich, Bruno; Ortner, Donald J.; and Al -Khalifa, Haya. "Human 
Disease in the Ancient Middle East." Dilmon: Journal of the 
Bahrain Historical and Archaeological Society 14 (1989): 61-73. 
State of Bahrain: Ministry of Information Press. 

Goddard, Ives. "Stylistic Dialects in Fox Linguistic Change". In 

Historical Dialectology . Edited by Jacek Fisiak. (1983) : 193- 
209. Berlin: Mouton de Greyter. 

. "Pre-Cheyenne *y." In In Honor of Mary Haas: From the Haas 

Festival Conference on Native American Linguistics . Edited by 
William Shipley. (1988) : 345-360. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 

. "Gatschet, Albert Samuel 1832-1907." In History of Indian- 



White Relations . Edited by Wilcomb E. Washburn. (1988): 646. 
Handbook of North American Indians Volume 4 . General Editor, 
William C. Sturtevant. Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian 
Institution. 

. "La Farge, Oliver Hazard Perry 1901-1963." In History of 

Indian-White Relations . Edited by Wilcomb E. Washburn. (1988) : 
658 . Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 4 . General 
Editor, William C. Sturtevant. Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian 
Institution. 

. "Swanton, John Reed, 1873-1958." In History of Indian-White 

Relations . Edited by Wilcomb E. Washburn. (1988): 638. 
Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 4 . General Editor, 
William C. Sturtevant. Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian 
Institution. 

. "Zeisberger, David 1721-1808." In History of Indian-White 

Relations . Edited by Wilcomb E. Washburn. (1988): 698-699. 
Handbook of North American Indians Volume 4 . General Editor, 
William C. Sturtevant. Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian 
Institution. 

Goddard, Ives, and Bragdon, Kathleen J. Native Writings in 

Massachusett . 2 vol. Memoirs of the American Philosophical 
Society 185. (1988). Philadelphia: The American Philosophical 
Society. 

Houchins, Chang-su. "Kisan P'ungsok-to: Sumisonian Pangmulgwan Sojang 
(Kisan Genre Paintings in the Smithsonian Korean Collections." 
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Jungers, William L. ; Cole, III, Theodore M. ; and Owsley, Douglas W. 

"Multivariate Analysis of Relative Growth in the Limb Bones of 

Arikara Indians." Growth, Development and Aging 52 (1988): 103- 

107. 
Kaeppler, Adrienne L. "Pacific Festivals and the Promotion of 

Identity, Politics, and Tourism." In Come Mek Me Hoi ' Yu Han ' : 

The Impact of Tourism on Traditional Music . Edited by Adrienne L. 

Kaeppler and Olive Lewin. (1988): 121-138. Kingston, Jamaica: 

Jamaica Memory Bank. 
. "Introduction." In Come Mek Me Hoi ' Yu Han ' : The Impact of 

Tourism on Traditional Music . Edited by Adrienne L. Kaeppler and 

Olive Lewin. (1988) : xiii-xvi. Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaica 

Memory Bank. 
. Four Entries (Hawaiian "Lei niho palaoa", Fijian "Kali", 

Marguesan '"U'u" and "Pu". In African, Oceanic, and Indonesian 

Masterpieces in the Rotterdam Museum of Ethnology . Edited by 

Suzanne Greub. (1988): 114-121. Basel: Tribal Art Centre. 
. Review of Half a Century of Dance Research , by Gertrude Kurath. 

In Dance Research Journal 20 (1) (1988) : 47-48. 
. "She Writes the Songs that Make the Whole World Sing." Book 

and Record Review of "Songs of Love by Tu ' imala Kaho" . In Matangi 

Tonga 3 (4) (1988) : 37-39. 
. "Cook's Feathered Cape." Australian Natural History 22 

(12) (1989): 548-550. 
. "Dance." In International Encyclopedia of Communications 1 

(1989): 450-454. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. 
. "Museums of the World — Stages for the Study of Ethnoh i story. " 

In Museum Studies in Material Culture . Edited by Susan M. Pearce. 

(1989) : 83-96. Leicester, England: Leicester University Press. 
. Review of Tongan Music by Richard Moyle. In Ethnomusicology 

33 (2) (1989): 354-358. 
Karp, Ivan. The Creativity of Power: Cosmology and Action in African 

Societies . Edited by William Arens and Ivan Karp. (1989) . 

Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian Institution Press. 
. "Introduction." In The Creativity of Power: Cosmology and 

Action in African Societies . Edited by William Arens and Ivan 

Karp. (1989): xi-xxix. Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian 

Institution Press. 
. "Power and Capacity in Ritual of Possession." In The 

Creativity of Power: Cosmology and Action in African Societies . 

Edited by William Arens and Ivan Karp, (1989) : 91-109. 

Washington, D. C. : Smithsonian Institution Press. 
Kaupp, Ann. P. Anthro. Notes . A National Museum of Natural History 

Newsletter for Teachers 10(3); 11(1); 11(2), 1988-89. 
. "The Hopi-Smithsonian Project: Bridging a Gap." Anthro . Notes 

10 (3) (Fall 1988): 11-14. 
Killeen, Victoria, and Owsley, Douglas W. "Where are the Soldiers 

Buried?" Civil War Times Illustrated 27 (10) (1989) : 12-20. 
Laughlin, Robert M. "The Living World of the Maya." Orion Nature 

Quarterly 7 (4) (1988) : 31-33. 
. "What is a Tzotzil? or What is the Truth of the Matter? or What 

is the Matter with the Truth?" Res 15 (1) (1988) : 133-156. 



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Laughlin, Robert M. , and Haviland, John B. The Great Tzotzil 
Dictionary of Santo Domingo Zinacantan . Smithsonian 
Contributions to Anthropology I, II, III (31) (1988) . Washington, 
D. C. : Smithsonian Institution Press. 

Mann, R. W. , and Krakker, J. J. "A Black Skeletal Sample from 
Washington, D.C. in the Context of Nineteenth-Century Urban 
Expansion. Tennessee Anthropologist 14 (1) (1989) : 1-32. 

Mann, R. W. , and Murphy, S. P. "Skeletal Indicators of Physical Stress 
in the Fort Erie Soldiers: Schmorl's Depressions, Cortical 
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Association (1989): 26. (abstract). Montreal. 

Mann, Robert W. "Calcaneus Secundarius: Description of a Common 
Accessory Ossicle." Journal of the American Pediatric Medical 
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Mann, Robert W. , and Owsley, Douglas W. "Anatomy of Uncorrected 
Talipes Equinovarus in a Fifteenth-Century American Indian." 
Journal of the American Pediatric Medical Association 79 
(9) (1989) : 436-440. 

Meggers, Betty J. "Desenvolvimento da argueologia brasileira, 1935- 
1985: uma visao pessoal." Boletim Serie Catalogos 3 (1989): 
149-154. Instituto de Arquelcgia Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro. 

. "Archaeology: South America". Handbook of Latin American 

Studies 49 (1989) : 51-75. Austin, Texas: University of Texas 
Press. 

Meggers, Betty J., and Danon, Jacques. "Identification and 

Implications of a Hiatus in the Archeological Sequence on Mara jo 
Island, Brazil." Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 
78 (1988): 245-253. 

Meggers, Betty J.; Dias, Ondemar F. ; Miller, Eurico Th. ; and Perota, 

Celso. "Implications of Archeological Distributions in Amazonia." 
Proceedings of a Workshop on Neotropical Distribution Patters Held 
12-16 January 1987 (1988): 275-294. Edited by W. Ronald Heyer 
and P. Vanzolini. Rio de Janeiro: Brasileira de Ciencia. 

Ortner, D. J. "Paleopathology and the Rheumatic Diseases." In The 

Antiquity of the Erosive Arthropathies, Conference Proceedings No. 
5. Edited by P. Dieppe and Rogers. The Arthritis and Rheumatism 
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. "Case Histories (Erosive Arthropathy) . " The Antiquity of the 

Erosive Arthropathies, Conference Proceedings No. 5 . Edited by P. 
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Ortner, D. J., and Krakker, James J. Case Report No. 10. 
Paleopathology Newsletter 61 (1988): 8-9. 

Owsley, Douglas W. , and Berryman, Hugh E. "Ethnographic and 

Archaeological Evidence of Scalping in the Southeastern United 
States." Reprinted in Mini-Histories: Of Hair, Scalps and 
Skulls . Edited by H. C. Brehm. Nashville, TN, (1989): 15-42. 

Payas, A.; Schmidt, R. G. ; Gumiel, P. ;Anton-Pacheco, C. ; Romeu, U; 

Kingston, M. J.; Milton, N. M. ; Rowan, L. C. El uso de imagenes 
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Payas, Alba; Schmidt, R. G. ; Gumiel, Pablo; Anton-Pacheco , Carmen; 
Kingston, M. J. ; Rowan, L. C. ; and Milton, N. M. "Studies of 
Landsat TM Data Anomalies on Field Soils and Forest Vegetation 
Associated with Hydrothermal Alteration, Carolina Slate Belt, 
U.S.A." In 28th International Geological Congress, Abstracts 2 
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Potter, Stephen R. "Early English Effects on Virginia Algonquian 
Exchange and Tribute in the Tidewater Potomac." In Powhatan's 
Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast . Edited by Peter H. 
Wood, Gregory A. Waselkov and M. Thomas Hatley. (1989): 151-172. 
Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press. 

Rogers, J. Daniel. "Settlement Contexts for Shifting Authority in the 
Arkansas Basin." In Contributions to Spiro Archaeology: Mound 
Excavations and Regional Perspectives. Edited by J. Daniel 
Rogers, Don G. Wyckoff, and Dennis A. Peterson. (1989): 159-176. 
Oklahoma Archeological Survey, Studies in Oklahoma's Past 16. 

. "Context for a Regional Perspective." In Contributions to 

Spiro Archaeology: Mound Excavations and Regional Perspectives . 
Edited by J. Daniel Rogers, Don G. Wyckoff, and Dennis A. 
Peterson. (1989) : 113-115. Oklahoma Archeological Survey, 
Studies in Oklahoma's Past 16. 

. Review of Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European 

Contact , by Ann F. Ramenofsky. University of New Mexico Press, 
Albuguerque (1987). American Antiquity 54 (1989): 658-660. 

Rogers, J. Daniel; Wyckoff, Don G. ; and Peterson, Dennis A. 

(Editors) . Contributions to Spiro Archaeology: Mound Excavations 
and Regional Perspectives . Oklahoma Archeological Survey, Studies 
in Oklahoma's Past 16. 1989. 

Singleton, Theresa A. "Breaking New Ground." Southern Exposure 16(2) 
(1988a): 18-22. 

Trousdale, William. "A Kushan Scabbard Slide from Afghanistan." 
Bulletin of the Asia Institute 2 (1988): 25-30. 

Ubelaker, Douglas H. "Porotic Hyperostosis in Prehistoric Ecuador." 
(Abstract) 12th International Congress of Anthropological and 
Ethnological Sciences Zagreb, July 24-31, 1988. Collegium 
Anthroplogicum 12 (Supplement) (1988): 34. 

. "Postmortem Modification of Human Bones, Lessons from Modern 

Forensic Cases." (Abstract) 12th International Congress of 
Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences Zagreb, July 24-31, 
1988. Collegium Antroplcgicum 12 (Supplement) (1988): 344. 

. "Prehistoric Human Biology at La Tolita, Ecuador, A 

Preliminary Report." Journal of the Washington Academy of 
Sciences 78 (1) (1988) : 23-37. 

. "A Preliminary Report of Analysis of Human Remains from Agua 

Blanca, A Prehistoric Late Integration Site from Coastal Ecuador." 
Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 78 (1) (1988) : 17- 
22. 

. "North American Indian Population Size, A.D. 1500 to 1985." 

American Journal of Physical Anthrology 77 (3) (1988) : 289-294. 

. "Lost Testimonios de Nuestra Historia Antigua: Estudio de 



Esqueletos." Hoy, 4 de Septiembre, p. 2C. Quito, Ecuador. 1988. 



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Ubelaker, Douglas H. "Restos Humanos Prehistoricos del Sitio 

Cotocollao, Provincia del Pichincha, Ecuador." Appendix 11, pp. 

557-571 in Cotocollao: Una Aldea Formative del Valle de Quito by 

Marcelo Villalba. Miscelania Antropologica Ecuatoriana, Serie 

Monografica 2, Museos del Banco Central Del Ecuador: Quito. 1983. 
. Human Skeletal Remains. Excavation, Analysis, Interpretation . 

Second Edition. Washington: Taraxacum. (1989) : 172 pages, 164 

figures, 31 tables, 7 appendices. 
. "J. Lawrence Angel 1915-1986" (obituary) . American Antiquity 

54 (1) (198) : 5-8. 
. "The Reburial Issue." Physical Anthropology News 8 (1) (1989) : 

1-4. 
Ubelaker, Douglas H. , and Sperber, Norman D. "Alterations in Human 

Bones and Teeth as a Result of Restricted Sun Exposure and Contact 

with Corrosive Agents." Journal of Forensic Sciences 33 (2): 

540-548. 
Van Beek, Gus W. The Scholarship of William Foxwell Albright: An 

Appraisal . Harvard Semitic Monographs No. 33 (1989) Atlanta, 

Georgia: Scholars Press. 
. "The Organization of the Symposium." In The Scholarship of 

William Foxwell Albright . Harvard Semitic Monographs No. 33 

(1989) : 3-5. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press. 
. "William Foxwell Albright: A Short Biography." In The 

Scholarship of William Foxwell Albright . Harvard Semitic 

Monographs No. 33 (1989): 7-15. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars 

Press. 
. "W. F. Albright's Contribution to Archaeology." In The 

Scholarship of William Foxwell Albright (1989): 61-73. Atlanta, 

Georgia: Scholars Press. 
Wright, Rita P. "New Tracks on an Ancient Frontier." In 

Archaeological Thought in America . Edited by C. C. Lamberg- 

Karlovsky (1989): 268-279. Cambridge University Press. 
Wright, Rita P.; Beaudry, M. ; and Kenoyer, J. M. "Traditional Potters 

of India." Expedition 29 (3) (1987) : 55-63. 
Wright, Rita P.; Blackman, M. J.; and Mery, S. "Production and 

Distribution of Ceramics from the Perspective of Hili." Journal 

of Field Archaeology 16 (1) (1989) : 61-77. 



Department of Botany 

Averett, J. E. ; Huang, S.; and Wagner, W. L. "Flavonoid Survey of 
Oenothera (Onagraceae) : sects. Gauropsis , Hartmannia , Kneiff ia. 
Paradoxus , and Xyloplerum . " American Journal of Botany . 75 
(1988): 476-483. 

Bogner, J. , and Nicolson, D. H. "Revision of the South American Genus 
Gorgonidium Schott (Araceae: Spathicarpeae) . " Botanisches 
Jahrbucher 109 (1988): 529-554. 

Dietrich, W. , and Wagner, W. L. "Systematics of Oenothera Section 
Oenothera Subsection Raimannia and Subsection Nutantigemma 
(Onagraceae)." Systematic Botany Monographs 24 (1988): 1-91. 

Eyde, R. , and Ferguson, K. "The Little Lost Dogwood of Frank Kingdon 
Ward." Kew Magazine 6 (2) (1989) : 74-83. 



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Fletcher, A. , and Hale, M. E. "New Xanthoparmelia (Lichenized 

Ascomycotina) from Brazil." Mycotaxon 33 (1988): 279-280. 
Fosberg, F. R. "In the Beginning..." University South Pacific 

Bulletin 22 (15) (1989) : 1-3. 
. "Guest Editorial: Interest and Beauty in the World." 

Environrnental Conservation 16 (1989): 14. 
. "Society Island Plants. 1. Typha L. (Typhaceae) . " 

Botanical Bulletin Academia Sinica 30 (1989): 219-221. 
. "Garbage Dump in the Marshall Islands." Environmenta 1 



Conservation 16 (1989): 78-79. 
Fosberg, F. R. , and Sachet, M.-H. "Three Cultivated Ixoras 

(Rubiaceae) . " Baileva 23 (1989): 74-85. 
. "Lectotypification of Ixora coccinea L. (Rubiaceae)." Taxon 

38 (1989): 486-489. 
Frame, D. ; Wagner, W. L. ; Herbst, D. R. ; and Schmer, S. H. "Hawaiian 

Islands." In Floristic Inventory of Tropical Countries . Edited 

by D. Campbell and H. D. Hammond. New York: New York Botanical 

Garden, 1989: 181-186. 
Goldberg, A., and Cirilo, N. S. " Haptanthus , a New Dictyledonous Genus 

from Honduras." Systematic Botany 14 (1989): 16-19, figs. 1-3. 
Greuter, W. ; McNeill, J.; and Nicolson, D. H. "Report on Botanical 

Nomenclature - Berlin 1987." Enqlera 9 (1989): 1-228. 
. "Regarding Proposals to Amend the International Code of 

Botanical Nomenclature: Procedures." Taxon 38 (1989): 474- 

475. 
Hale, M. E. "New Species in the Lichen Genus Xanthoparmel ia 

(Ascomycotina: Parmeliaceae) . " Mycotaxon 34 (2) (1989) : 541- 

564. 
. "A Monograph of the Lichen Genus Karoowia Hale (Ascomycotina: 

Parmeliaceae)." Mycotaxon 35 (1) (1989) : 177-198. 
. "A New Lichen Genus, Psiloparmelia Hale (Ascomycotina: 



Parmeliaceae)." Mycotaxon 35 (1) (1989) : 41-44. 
Hale, M. E., and Cole, M. Lichens of California , California Natural 

History Guides, 54. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of 

California Press, 1988. 
Hanisak, M. D. ; Littler, M. M. ; and Littler, D. S. "Functional 

Morphology of the Polymorphic Red Alga Gracilaria tikvahiae ." 

Marine Biology 99 (1988): 157-165. 
Imada, C. T. ; Wagner, W. L. ; and Herbst, D. R. "Checklist of Native 

and Naturalized Flowering Plants of Hawai'i." Bishop Museum 

Occassional Paper 29 (1989) . 
Jakupovic, J.; Grenz, M. ; Bohlmann, F. ; Wasshausen, D. C. ; and King, R. 

M. "Sesquiterpene Lactones from Rolandra fruticosa ." 

Phvtochemistry 28 (7) (1989) : 1937-1941. 
Jakupovic, J.; Lehman, L. ; Bohlmann, F. ; King, R. M. ; and Robinson, H. 

"Sesquiterpene Lactones and Other Constituents from Cassinia , 

Actinobole and Anaxeton Species." Phvtochemistry 27 (12) (1988) : 

3831-3839 
Jakupovic, J. ; Schuster, A. ; Bohlmann, F. ; Ganzer, U. ; King, R. M. ; and 

Robinson, H. "Diterpenes and Other Constituents from Australian 

Helichrysum and Related Species." Phytochemistry 28 (2) (1989) : 

543-551. 



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Judziewicz, E. J., and Peterson, P. M. " Sporobolus temomairemensis 

(Poaceae: Eragrostideae) , a New Species from Brazil and Surinam." 
Systematic Botany 14 (1989): 525-528. 

Kvist, L. P. , and Skog, L. E. " Columnea incredibilis and Cremosperma 
filcifolium - Two Remarkable New Gesneriaceae from Western 
Colombia. " Nordic Journal of Botany 8 (3) (1988) : 253-257. 

. "The genus Cremosperma (Gesneriaceae) in Ecuador." Nordic 



Journal of Botany 8 (3) (1988) : 259-269. 

_. "Revision of Reldia (Gesneriaceae)." Nordic Journal of 



Botany 8 (6) (1989) : 601-611. 

Lellinger, D. B. "The Ferns and Fern-allies of Costa Rica, Panama, and 
the Choco (Part 1: Psilotaceae through Dicksoniaceae) ." 
Pteridolcaia 2A (1989): 1-364. 

Little, E. L. , Jr. "Los Pinos Pinoneros de los Estados Unidos: su 
pasado y su futuro." In II Simposio Nacional sobre Pinos 
Pinoneros 6-7-8 de Agosto de 1987 . Compiled by M.-F. Passini, D. 
G. Tovar, T. Eguiluz Piedra. Mexico: Centre d'Etudes Mexicaines 
et Centramericaines, 1988: 21-27. 

Little, E. L. , Jr. , and Skolmen, R. G. Common Forest Trees of Hawaii 
(Native and Naturalized) . Agriculture Handbook 679. Washington, 
DC: U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1989. 

Little, E. L. , Jr., and Wadsworth, F. H. Common Trees of Puerto Rico 
and the Virgin Islands . Agriculture Handbook 249. Second 
printing with supplement and added names. Washington, DC: U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, 1989. 

Little, E. L. , Jr.; Woodbury, R. 0.; and Wadsworth, F. H. Arboles de 
Puerto Rico y las Islas Virgenes, Segundo Volumen . Agriculture 
Handbook 449-S. Washington, DC: U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
1988. 

Littler, D. S.; Littler, M. M. ; Bucher, K. E. ; and Norris, J. N. 
Marine plants of the Caribbean, a field guide from Florida to 
Brazil . Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989. 

Littler, M. M. ; Littler, D. S.; and Brooks, B. L. "An Observational 
Test of the Relative-dominance Paradigm: Field Notes from Joint 
USSR-USA Expedition to the Seychelles." Report to the Republic of 
the Seychelles from the cruise of the R/V Nesmeyanov (1989) : 32 
pages. 

. "A Comparison of Nutrient-limited Productivity in Macroalgae 

from High Granitic Islands Versus Phosphorus -rich and Phosphorus- 
poor Coralline Atolls in the Seychelles Archipelago." Report to 
the Republic of the Seychelles from the cruise of the R/V 
Nesmeyanov (1989) : 33 pages. 

Littler, M. M. ; Littler, D. S. ; and Lapointe, B. E. "A Comparison of 
Nutrient and Light-limited Photosynthesis in Psammophytic Versus 
Epilithic Forms of Halimeda (Caulerpales, Halimedaceae) from the 
Bahamas." Coral Reefs 6 (1988): 219-225. 

Littler, M. M. ; Taylor, P. R. ; and Littler, D. S. "Complex 

Interactions in the Control of Coral Zonation on a Caribbean Reef 
Flat." Oecologia 80 (1989): 331-340. 

Lorence, D. H. ; Wagner, W. L. ; and Herbst, D. R. "Plant Taxonomy in 
the Hawaiian Islands." In Conservation Biology in Hawai'i . 
Edited by C. P. Stone and D. B. Stone. Cooperative National Park 
Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu (1989) : 
43-47. 



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MacBryde, 0. "Ecuador's Debt-for-Nature Swap." Biological 

Conservation Newsletter 73 (1989): 1. 
. "New Colombian Parks." Threatened Plants Newsletter 29 

(1988) : 5-6. 
Mill, S. W. ; Gowing, D. P.; Herbst, D. R. ; and Wagner, W. L. Indexed 

Bibliography on the Flowering Plants of Hawai'i . Honolulu : 

University of Hawaii Press and Bishop Museum Press, 1988. 
Miller, J. S., and Nowicke, J. W. "Sectional Placement of Some 

Problematic Cordia Species (Boraginaceae) . " Systematic Botany 14 

(1989) : 271-280. 
Murray, S. N. , and Littler, M. M. "Seaweeds and Seagrasses Floras of 

Southern California: List for Twenty-one Rocky Intertidal Sites." 

Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Science 88 

(2) (1989) : 72-80. 
Nagarkar, M. B. , and Hale, M. E. "New Species in the Lichen Family 

Thelotremataceae from Asia (Ascomycotina) ." Mycotaxon 35 

(2) (1989): 437-447. 
Nicolson, D. H. "History of Aroid Systematics." Aroideana 10 

(4) (1988) : 25-30. 
Nicolson, D. H. ; Suresh, C. R. ; and Manilal, K. "An Interpretation of 

Van Rheede's 'Hortus Malabaricus ' . " Regnum Vegetabile 119 

(1989): 1-378. 
Nowicke, J. W. "A Palynological Study of Crotonoideae 

(Euphorbiaceae) ." ABSTRACT, International Conference on the 

Systematics of the Euphorbiaceae. 1989. 
Nowicke, J. W. , and Miller, J. S. "Pollen Morphology and the 

Relationships of Hoplestigmataceae." Taxon 38 (1989): 12-16. 
Paredes, L; Jukupovic, J.; Bohlmann, F. ; King, R. M. ; and Robinson, H. 

"p-htdroxyacetophenone Derivatives of the Montypic Genus 

Platypodanthera . " Phvtcchemistrv 27 (10) (1988) : 199-202. 
Park, Y.-S. and Hale, M. E. " Hypotrachyna osseoalba , the Correct Name 

for Hypotrachyna formosana (Parmeliaceae: Lichenized 

Ascomycotina)." Taxon 38 (1) (1989) : 88. 
Peterson, P. M. " Muhlenbergia majalcensis (Poaceae: Eragrostideae) , a 

New Species from Chihuahua, Mexico." Systematic Botany 14 

(1989): 316-319. 
. "Lemma Micromorphology in the Annual Muhlenbergia (Poaceae) ." 

Southwestern Naturalist 34 (1989) : 61-71. 
Peterson, P. M. ; Annable, C. R. ; and Franceschi, V. R. "Comparative 

Leaf Anatomy in the Annual Muhlenbergia (Poaceae) ." Nordic 

Journal of Botany 8 (1989): 575-583. 
Reveal, J. L. , and Nicolson, D. H. "(947) Proposal to Correct the 

Typification of 2339 Iresine P. Browne, nom . cons . 

(Amaranthaceae) . " Taxon 38 (1989): 503-505. 
Robinson, H. " Plagiochila rudischusteri , a New Species from the Paria 

Peninsula of Venezuela." Beiheft zur Nova Hedwigia 90 (1988): 

199-202. 
. "Studies in the Lepidaploa Complex (Vemonieae: Asteraceae) 

IV. The New Genus, Le.ssingianthus . " Proceedings of the Biological 

Society of Washington 101 (4) (1988) : 929-951. 
. "Studies in the Lepidaploa Complex (Vemonieae: Asteraceae) V. 

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Robinson, H. "Studies in the Lepidaploa Complex (Vernonieae: 

Asteraceae) VI. A New Genus, Aynia . " Proceedings of the 

Biological Society of Washington 101 (4) (1988) : 959-965. 
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Senecioneae) . " Systematic Botany 14 (3) (1989) : 380-388. 
Robinson, H. , and King, R. M. "Studies in the Eupatorieae (Asteraceae) 

CCXXIV. Three Previously Misplaced South American Species." 

Phvtologia 65 (6) (1989) : 487-488. 
Skog, L. E. "Novae Gesneriaceae Neotropicarum II. A New Species of 

Nautilocalyx from Venezuela." Systematic Botany 14 (3) (1989) : 

281-283. 

. "Coriaraceae." Flora of Ecuador 30 (1988): 3-7. 

Smith, L. B. "New Key to the Genera of the Bromeliaceae." Be it rage 

zur Biologie der Pflanzen 63 (1988): 403-411. 
. "A Giant Dyckia Mystery." Journal of the Bromeliad Society 

38 (1988): 248, 249, fig. 5, 6. 
. "Another Giant Dyckia Mystery." Journal of the Bromeliad 

Society . 39 (1989): 206, 207, fig. 7, 8. 
. "Julian A. Steyermark." Journal of the Bromeliad Society 39 

(1989) : 55, 69. 
Smith, L. B. ; Downs, R. J.; and Klein, R. M. "Euf orbiaceas . " Flora 

Ilustrada Catarinense , Monografia Euforbiaceas (1988, 1989) : 1- 

408, figs. 1-50. 
Smith, L. B. , and Kress, W. J. "New or Restored Genera of the 

Bromeliaceae." Phvtologia 66 (1989): 70-79. 
Smith, L. B. , and Wasshausen, D. C. "Begoniaceae." Flora de 

Venezuela 4 (1989): 1-78, 101-105. 
Tamayo-Castillo, G. ; Jakupovic, J.; Bohlmann, F. ; King, R. M. ; and 

Robinson, H. " Ent -clerodane Derivatives from Chromolaena 

connivens ." Phytochemistry 28 (2) (1989) : .641-642. 
Villa-Lobos, J. "Biosphere II Project." Biological Conservation 

Newsletter 72 (1989): 1-2. 
. "New Foundation in Paraguay." Threatened Plants Newsletter 

20 (1988) : 6-7. 
Wagner, W. L. "Reevaluation of Chamaesyce forbesii (Euphorbiaceae) . " 

Bishop Museum Occasional Paper 28 (1988): 71-78. 
Wagner, W. L. ; Herbst, D. R. ; and Sohmer, S. H. "Contributions to the 

Flora of Hawai'i II. Begoniaceae — Violaceae and the 

Monocotyledons." Bishop Museum Occasional Paper 29 (1989). 
Wasshausen, D. C. "New and Interesting Species of Acanthaceae from 

Peru." Beitrage zur Biologie der Pflanzen 63 (1988): 421-429. 
Wurdack, J. J. "Melastomataceae." In Botany of the Guayana Highland - 

Part XIII. B. Maguire and Collaborators. Memoirs of the New York 

Botanical Garden 51 (1989): 102-105. 
Zdero, C. ; Bohlmann, F. ; King, R. M. ; and Robinson, H. "The First 

12.8b-germacrolide and other Constituents from Bolivian Stevia 

Species." Phytochemistry 27 (9) (1988) : 2835-2842. 
. "Sesquiterepene Lactones and Other Constituents from 

Australian Helipterum Species." Phytochemistry 28 (2) (1989) : 

517-526. 
Zdero, C. ; Bohlmann, F. ; Solomon, J. C. ; King, R. M. ; and Robinson, H. 

" Ent -clerodanes and Other Constituents from Bolivian Baccharis 

Species." Phytochemistry 28 (2) (1989) : 531-542. 



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Department of Entomology 

Baimai, V.; Harbach, R. E. ; and Kijchalao, U. "Cytogenetic Evidence 

for a Fifth Species within the Taxon Anopheles dirus in Thailand. 

Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 4 (1988) : 

333-338. 
Baolin, L. ; Shuhaong, J. ; and Ward, R. A. "New Mosquitoes in China 

Added to the Second Supplement of the World Catalog (Diptera: 

Culicidae) . " Mosquito Systematics 21 (1988): 11-15. 
Barnes, J. K. , and Knutson, L. V. "86. Family Sciomyzidae." Pp. 

566-567 in Evenhuis, N. L. (ed.), Catalog of the Diptera of the 

Australasian and Oceanian Regions , 1,155 pp., Bishop Museum Press 

and E. J. Brill, Honolulu (1989). 
Burns, John M. "Phylogeny and Zoogeography of the Bigger and Better 

Genus Atalopedes (Hesperiidae) . " Journal of the Lepidopterists ' 

Society 43 (1989): 11-32. 
Davis, Donald R. "Foreward" In A. K. Zagulajev (ed.), Fauna USSR, 

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Entomological News 99 (1988): 181-183. 
Smith, D. R. "The Sawfly Genus Arge (Hymenoptera: Argidae) in the 

Western Hemisphere . " Transaction of the American Entomological 

Society 115 (1989) : 83-205. 
Smith, D. R. , and Solomon, J. D. "A New Janus (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) 

from Ouercus , and Key to North American Species." Entomological 

News 100 (1989) : 1-5. 
Smith, David R. "A New Species of Anoplonvx (Hymenoptera, 

Tenthredinidae) Feeding on Larch in Northern Japan." Kontyu , 

Tokyo 56 (1988): 569-572. 
Spangler, Paul J. "A New Species of Neotropical Water Bug, Paravelia 

biae, from Brazil (Heteroptera : Veliidae)." Proceedings of the 

Entomological Society of Washington 91 (3) (1989): 360-366. 
Strickman, D. "Biosystematics of Larval Movement of Central American 

Mosquitoes and Its Use for Field Identification." Journal of the 

American Mosquito Control Association 5 (1989): 208-218. 
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Texas , During Three Years . " Journal of the American Mosquito 

Control Association 4 (1988): 339-344. 
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Oceanian Regions , 1,155 pp., Bishop Museum Press and E. J. Brill, 

Honolulu (1989) . 
Thompson, F. C. ; and Vockeroth, J. R. "51. Family Syrphidae." pp. 

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Walker, J. B. ; Keirans, J. E. ; Pegram, R. G. ; and Clifford, C. M. 

"Clarification of the Status of Rhipicephalus tricuspis Donitz, 

1906 and Rhipicephalus lunulatus Neumann, 1907 (Ixodoidea, 

Ixodidae)." Systematic Parasitology 12 (1988): 159-186. 



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Weatherby, J. C. ; Moser, J. C. ; Gagne, R. J.; and Wallace, H. N. 

"Biology of a Pine Needle Sheath Midge, Contarinia acuta Gagne 

(Diptera: Cec idomyiidae) on Loblolly Pine." Proceedings of the 

Entomological Society of Washington 91 (1989): 346-349. 
White, Richard E. "Donald Joyce Borror." [Obituary] Proceedings of 

the Entomological Society of Washington 91 (1989): 304-306. 
Wirth, W. W. , and Hubert, A. A. "The Oil ico ides of Southeast Asia 

(Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) . Memoirs of the American 

Entomological Institute (44) (198 ) : 508 pp. 
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Woodley, N. E. "104. Family Neurochaetidae . " pp. 671 in Evenhuis, N. 

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Ai-Yun, D. , and Barnard, J. L. "Four Species of Gammarus (Amphipcda) 
from China." Sinozoologia 12 (1988): 85-112. 13 figures. 

Arnaud, F. , and Child, C. A. "The South African Museum's Meiring 
Naude Cruises, Part 17. Pycnogonida . " Annals of the South 
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Barnard, J. L. , and Drummond, M. M. "A New Marine Genus, Doowia , from 
Eastern Australia (Amphipcda: Gammaridea) ." Proceedings of the 
Royal Society of Victoria 99 (1987): 117-126. 6 figures. 

Barnard, J. L. , and Thomas, J. D. "Vadosiapus copacabanus , A New Genus 
and Species of Exoedicerotidae from Brazil (Crustacea: 
Amphipoda) ." Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 
101 (1988): 366-374. 3 figures. 

. "Ipanemidae, New Family, Ipanema talpa . New Genus and Species, 

from the Surf Zone of Brazil (Crustacea: Amphipoda: 
Haustorioidea) ." Proceedings of the Biological Society of 
Washington 101 (1988) : 614-621. 4 figures. 

"Four Species of Synopiidae from the Caribbean Region 



(Crustacea: Amphipoda)." Proceedings of the Biological Society 
of Washington 102 (1989): 362-374. 6 figures. 

"A New Species, Ampelisca burke i (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from 



Florida." Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 
102 (1989): 375-384. 5 figures. 
Barnard, J. L. ; Thomas J. D. ; and Sandved, K. "Behavior of Gammaridean 
Amphipoda (Crustacea) : Corophium, Grandidierella , Podocerus, and 
Gibberosus (American Megaluropus) in Florida." Crustaceana 13 
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Bayer, F. M. , and Stefani, J. "Primnoidae (Gorgonacea) de Nouvelle- 
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Bowman, T. E. "The Input of Terrestrial Insects and Spiders to the 
Nutrient Cycle of a "Woodland Pond"." Entomological News 99 
(4) (1988) : 207-216. 

Bowman, T. E. , and Lewis, J. J. "Occurrence of the Calanoid Copepod 
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Kentucky." Journal of Crustacean Biology 9 (1) (1989) : 83-84. 

Bruce, N. L. , and Harrison-Nelson, E. B. "New Records of Fish 
Parasitic Marine Isopod Crustaceans (Cymothoidae, Subfamily 
Anilocrinae) from the Indo-West Pacific." Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington 101 (3) (1988) : 585-602. 
Figures 1-7. 

Cairns, S. D. "New Records of Stylasteridae from Western Australia, 
Including the Description of two new Species." Records of the 
Western Australian Museum 14 (1) (1988) : 105-119. 4 plates. 

. " Cryptotrochus , New Genus and Two New Species of Deep-water 

Corals (Scleractinia: Turbiniliinae) . " Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington 101 (4) (1988) : 709-716. 14 
figures. 

Chace, Jr., F. A. "The Caridean Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapcda) of the 
Albatross Philippine Expedition, 1907-1910, Part 5: Family 
Alpheidae." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 466 (1988): 
vi+99. 25 figures. 

. "The Holotype of Heterocarpus alexandri A. Milne Edwards 

(Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) . " Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) (1989) : 84-88. 1 
figure. 

Child, C. A. "Pycnogonida . " In Introduction to the Study of 

Meiofauna . Edited by R. P. Higgins and H. Thiel. (1988): 423- 
424. Figure 45-1. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 
D.C. 

Chirino-Galvez , L. A., and Manning, R. B. "A New Deep-Sea Crab of the 
Genus Chaceon from Chile (Crustacea: Decapoda: Geryonidae) . " 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) 
(1989): 401-404. 

Clark, J. , and Barnard, J. L. " Tonocote introf lexidus , a New Species 
of Marine Amphipod from Argentina (Crustacea: Gammaridea: 
Amphipoda)." Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 
101 (1988) : 354-365. 

Cressey, R. , and Boxshall, G. " Kabatarina pattersoni , a fossil 

parasitic copepod (Dichelesthiidae) from a lower cretaceous fish." 
Micropaleontology 35 (2) (1989) : 150-167. 

Cullen, L. J. , and Harshbarger, J. C. "Dose Dependent Teratosis in 
Spotted Salamander ( Ambystoma maculatum ) embryos exposed to 
diethylmtrosamine." Herpetopathologia 1 (1989): 41-47. 

Easa, M. El-S. ; Harshbarger, J. C. ; and Hetrick, F. M. "Hypodermal 

lipomas in a striped (grey) mullet Mugil cephalus ." Diseases of 
Aguatic Organisms 6 (1989): 157-160. 

Fauchald, K. "Polychaete Studies on Aldabra and Associated Islands." 
Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington 8 (1988): 19-21. 



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Fauchald, K. ; Sturmer, W. ; and Yochelson, E. L. "Two Worm-Like 
Organisms from the Hunsruck Slate (Lower Devonian) , Southern 
Germany." Palaontologische Zeitschrift 62 (1988): 205-215. 

Frye, F. L. ; Dybdal, N. O. ; and Harshbarger, J. C. "Testicular 
Interstitial Cell Tumor in a Desert Tortoise ( Gopherus 
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Frye, F. L. ; Eichelberger, S. A.; Harshbarger, J. C. ; and Cuzzocrea, A. 
D. "Dysgerminomas in Two Red-Eared Slider Turtles ( Trachemys 
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Harasewych, M. G. "A New Species of Coluzea (Gastropoda: 

Turbinellidae) from off Southeastern Africa." The Nautilus 103 
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Harasewych, M. G. , and Petit, R. E. "The Nomenclatural Status and 
Phylogenetic Affinities of Syrinx aruanus Linne, 1758 
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Harshbarger, J. C. ; Rose, F. L. ; and Cullen L. J. "Histopathology of 
Skin, Connective Tissue, Pigment Cell and Liver Neoplasms in 
Neotenic Ambystoma tigrinum from a Sewage Lagoon." 
Herpetopatholoqia 1 (1989): 19-27. 

Hart, Jr., C. W. , and Clark, J. "An Interdisciplinary Bibliography of 
Freshwater Crayfishes (Astacoidea and Parastacoidea) from 
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Hershler, R. " Hoi singer ia unthanksensis , a New Genus and Species of 
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. "Springsnails (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae) of Owens and Amargosa 

River (Exclusive of Ash Meadows) Drainages, Death Valley System, 
Cal i f ornia-Nevada . ' ' Proceedings of the Biological Society of 
Washington 102 (1989): 176-248. 

Hershler, R. , and Hubricht, L. "Notes on Antroselates Hubricht, 1963 
and Antrobia Hubricht, 1971 (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae)." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101 (1988) : 
730-740. 

Hershler, R. , and Thompson, F. G. "Notes on Morphology of Amnicola 
limosa (Say, 1817) (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae) with Comments on 
Status of the Subfamily Amnicolinae." Malacological Review 22 
(1988): 81-92. 

Higgins, R. P., and Korczynski, R. "Two New Species of Pycnophyes 
(Homalorhagida , Kinorhyncha) From the Canadian Coast of the 
Beaufort Sea." Canadian Journal of Zoology 67 (1989): 2056-2064. 

Higgins, R. P., and Storch, V. "Ultrastructural Observations of the 
Larva of Tubiluchus corallicola (Priapulida) . " Helgol. Wiss. 
Meeresunters 43 (1989): 1-11. 

Hobbs, Jr., Horton H. "Burrowing Crayfishes in Virginia." Virginia 
Explorer 5 (2) (1989) : 5-7. 

Hobbs, Jr., Horton H. , and Peters, D. J. "New Records of Entocytherid 
Ostracods Infesting Burrowing Crayfishes, with the Description of 
a New Species, Ascetocythere stockeri . " Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) (1989) : 324-330. Figure 
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Hobbs, Jr., Horton H. , and Rodriguez, G. "Freshwater Crabs Associated 

with Caves in Southern Mexico and Belize, with Descriptions of 

Three New Species (Crustacea: Decapoda) ." Proceedings of the 

Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) (1989) : 394-400. Figures 

1, 2. 
Houbrick, R. S. " Campanile Revisited: IMPLICATIONS FOR CERITHIOIDEAN 

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Jones, M. L. "The Vestimentif era , Their Biology, Systematic and 

Evolutionary Patterns." Oceanologica Acta Special Issue 8 (1988): 

69-82 . 
Jones, M. L. , and Gardiner, S. L. "Evidence for a Transient Digestive 

Tract in Vestimentif era . " Proceedings of the Biological Society 

of Washington 101 (2) (1988) : 423-433. 
Kensley, B. "New Species and Records of Cave Shrimps from the Yucatan 

Peninsula (Decapoda: Agostocarididae and Hippolytidae) . " Journal 

of Crustacean Biology 8 (4) (1988) : 688-699. 
Kensley, B. , and Schotte, M. "Guide to the Marine Isopods of the 

Caribbean." (1989): 1-308. Ill figures. Smithsonian 

Institution Press, Washington, D. C. and London. 
Kensley, B. , and Simmons, Jr., G. M. " Axiorygma nethertoni , a New 

Genus and Species of Thai ass inidean Shrimp from Florida (Decapoda: 

Axiidae)." Journal of Crustacean Biology 8 (4) (1988): 657-667. 
Kornicker, L. S. "Ostracoda from the Skagerrak, North Sea 

(Myodocopina) ." Proceedings of the Biological Society of 

Washington 100 (4) (1987) : 876-891. 
. "Ostracoda (myodocopina) of Enewetak Atoll. The Natural 

History of Enewetak Atoll, Volume I, The Ecosystem: Environments, 

Biota, and Processs, and Volume II, Biogeography and Systematics. " 

Edited by D. M. Devaney, E. S. Reese, B. L. Burch, and P. 

Helfrich. Chapter 21 (1987): 217-219. 
. "Myodocopine Ostraccds of the Alaskan Continental Shelf." 

Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101 (3) (1988) : 

549-567. Figures 1-7. 
. "Myodocopid Ostraccds of the Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean." 

Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 456 (1988) : 1-40. 
. "Bathyal and Abyssal Myodocopid Ostracoda of the Bay of Biscay 



and Vicinity." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 467 (1989): 
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Kornicker, L. S. , and Iliffe, T. M. "Troglobitic Ostracoda 

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tables. 

. "New Ostracoda (Halocyprida : Thaumatocyprididae and 

Halocyprididae) from Anchialine Caves in the Bahamas, Palau, and 
Mexico." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 470 (1989): 1-47. 
22 figures, 8 tables. 

. "Ostracoda (Myodocopina Cladocopina, Halccypridina) Mainly 

from Anchialine Caves in Bermuda." Smithsonian Contributions to 
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Kornicker, L. S., and Palmer, R. J. " Deeveya bransoni , a New Species 
of Troglobitic Halocyprid Ostracode from Anchialine Caves on South 
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Kristensen, R. M. , and Higgins, R. P. "Marine Tardigrada from the 
Southeastern United States Coastal Waters. I. Paradoxipous 
orzeliscoides n. gen., n. sp. (Arthrotardigrada : 
Halechiniscidae) . " Transactions of the American Microscopical 
Society 108 (1989): 262-282. 

Manning, R. B. "The Status of Callianassa hartmeyeri Schmitt, 1935, 

with the Description of Coral 1 ianassa xutha from the West Coast of 
America (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thalassinidea) ." Proceedings of 
the Biological Society of Washington 101 (4) (1988) : 883-889. 

Manning, R. B. , and Holthuis, L. B. "Two New Genera and Nine New 

Species of Geryonid Crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: Geryonidae) ." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102 (1) (1989) : 
50-77 . 

Nakamura, K. , and Child, C. A. "Pycnogonida of the Western Pacific 
Islands, V. A Collection by the Kakuyo Maru from Samoa." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101 (4) (1988) : 
809-816. 2 figures. 

Pawson, D. L. "Holothuroidea." In Introduction to the Study of 

Meiofauna . Edited by R. P. Higgins and H. Thiel. (1988): 457- 
460. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C. 

. "Theodore Lyman, 1833-1897." In Echinoderm Studies 3 . Edited 

by M. Jangoux and J. M. Lawrence. (1989) . A. A. Balkema, 
Rotterdam. 

Pawson, D. L. ; Foell, E. J.; and Hennigar, Jr., H. G. "Assessment of 
Abyssal Benthic Megafauna on a Ferromanganese Nodule Deposit Using 
Videotaped Television Survey Data." In Proceedings, Offshore 
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Pawson, D. L. , and Miller, J. E. " Thyone tanyspeira , a New Species of 
Sea Cucumber from the Southern Caribbean Sea (Echinodermata: 
Holothuroidea)." Bulletin of Marine Science 42 (2) (1988) : 310- 
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Pettibone, M. H. "New Species of Scale-Worms (Polychaeta: Polynoieae) 
from the Hydrothermal Rift-Area of the Mariana Back-Arc Basin in 
the Western Central Pacific." Proceedings of the Biological 
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tables. 

. "Polynoidae and Sigalionidae (Polychaeta) from the Guaymas 

Basin, with Descriptions of Two New Species, and Additional 
Records from Hydrothermal Vents of the Galapagos Rift, 21°N, and 
Seep-Sites in the Gulf of Mexico (Florida and Louisiana) ." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102 (1) (1989) : 
154-168. 6 figures, 1 table. 

Pettibone, M. H. "A New Species of Benhamipolynoe (Polychaeta: 

Polynoidae: Lepidastheniinae) from Australia, Associated with the 
Unattached Stylasterid Coral Conopora adeta . " Proceedings of the 
Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) (1989) : 300-304. 2 
figures. 

. "Two New Species of Harmothoinae (Polychaeta: Polynoidae) from 

the East Pacific Rise, Collected by Alvin Dives 2000 and 2003." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102 (2) (1989) : 
305-310. 4 figures. 



Pettibone, M. H. "Revision of the Aphroditoid Polychaetes of the 
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Reid, J. W. " Thermocyclops decipiens (Copepoda Cyclopoida) : Examplo 
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. "Records of Cyclopoid and Harpacticoid Copepods (Crustacea) 

from a Spring in Washington, D. C." Proceedings of the Biological 
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. " Yansacyclops ferrarii New Genus, New Species, of Copepoda 

(Cyclopoida) from the Amazon Basin, Brazil." (Special Volume on 
Biology of Copepods, Proceedings of the Third International 
Conference on Copepoda. Edited by G. A Boxshall and H. K. 
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. "Distribution and Ecology of Species of the Genus Thermocyclops 

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Hvdrobiologia 175 (2) (1989) : 149-174. 

Reid, J. W. ; Pinto-Coelho, R. M. ; and Giani, A. "Uma apreciacao da 
fauna de copepodos da regiao de Belo Horizonte, com comentarios 
sobre especies de Minas Gerais. (An Assessment of the Copepod 
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Brasiliensia 2 (1988): 527-547. 

Reid, J. W. , and Turner, P. N. "Planktonic Rotifera, Copepoda and 
Cladocera from Lakes Acu and Viana, State of Maranhao, Brazil." 
Revista Brasileira de Biologia 48 (3) (1988) : 485-495. 

Ruetzler, K. "Mangrove Sponge Disease Induced by Cyanobacterial 

Symbionts: Failure of a Primitive Immune System?" Diseases of 
Aguatic Organisms 5 (1988): 143-149. 

Sohn, I. G. , and Kornicker, L. S. "Ultrastructure of Myodocopid 
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Stapleton, J. L. ; Williams, W. D. ; and Barnard, J. L. "The Morphology 
of the Calceolus of an Australian Crangonyctoid Freshwater 
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Storch, V., and Higgins, R. P. "The Ultrastructure of Developing and 
Mature Spermatozoa of Tubiluchus corallicola (Priapulida) ." 
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 108 (1989) : 
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Storch, V.; Higgins, R. P.; and Morse, M. P. "The Internal Anatomy of 
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Thomas, J. D. , and Barnard, J. L. " Elasmopus balkomanus , a New 
Species of Elasmopus from the Florida Keys (Crustacea: 
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Thomas, J. D. , and Barnard, J. L. " Gammaropsis arawakia , a New Species 
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Biological Society of Washington 102 (1989): 89-94. 3 figures. 

Williams, A. B. , and Child, C. A. "Some Genera and Species of 

Oxystcmatous Crabs (Brachyura: Calappidae) in the Southwestern 
North Atlantic." U. S. Fisheries Bulletin 87 (1) (1989) : 105-121. 
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Williams, W. D. , and Barnard, J. L. "The Taxonomy of Crangonyctoid 
Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Australian Fresh Waters: Foundation 
Studies." Records of the Australian Museum 10 (1988): 1-180. 
104 figures. 



Department of Mineral Sciences 

Abbott, R. N. , Jr. ; Post, J. E. ; and Burnham, C. W. "Structure Energy 
Calculations Bearing on the Location of Hydrogen Atoms in Various 
Hydroxyl -bearing Minerals." Geological Society of America 
Abstracts . 20 (1988): A224. 

. "Treatment of the Hydroxyl in Structure-energy Calculations." 

American Mineralogist . 74 (1989): 141-150. 

Batiza, R. ; Fox, R. J.; Vogt, P. R. ; Cande, S. C. ; Grindlay, N. R. ; 
Melson, W. G. ; and O'Hearn, T. J. "Morphology, Abundance, and 
Chemistry of Near-ridge Seamounts in the Vicinity of the Mid- 
Atlantic Ridge at 26°S." Journal of Geology . 97 (1989): 
209-220. 

Bish, D. L. , and Post, J. E. "Quantitative Analysis of Geological 
Materials Using X-ray Powder Diffraction Data and the Rietveld 
Refinement Method." Geological Society of America Abstracts . 20 
(1988): A223. 

Borgia, A.; Poore, C. ; Carr, M. J.; Melson, W. G. ; and Albarado, G. F. 
"Structural, Stratigraphic, and Petrologic Aspects of the Arenal- 
Cerro Chato Volcanic System: Evolution of a Young Stratovolcano 
Complex." Bulletin of Volcanology . 50 (1988): 86-105. 

Buchwald, V. F., and Clarke, R. S. , Jr. "Corrosion of Fe-Ni Alloys by 
Cl -containing Akaganeite (B-FeCOH) : The Antarctic Meteorite 
Case." American Mineralogist . 74 (1989): 656-667. 

Byerly, G. R. ; Jarosewich, E. ; Mason, B. ; and Clarke, R. S., Jr. "The 
Greenwell Springs LL4 Chondrite: A New Fall from Louisiana, USA.'' 
Meteor it ics . 23 (1988) : 359-360. 

Cerny, P.; Chapman, R. ; God, R. ; Niedermayr, G. ; and Wise, M. A. 

"Exsolution Intergrowths of Titanian Ferrocolumbite and Niobian 
Rutile from the Weinebene Spodumene Pegmatites, Carinthia, 
Austria." Mineralogy and Petrology . 40 (1989): 197-206. 

Cerny, P. ; Tomascak, P. ; and Wise, M. A. "Pegmatite Studies in the 
Ay lmer Lake Area, Northwest Territories." in Geology Division, 
Indian Affairs and Northern Development Report EGS 189-2 
(1989) : 14 pages. 

Cerny, P.; Wise, M. A.; and Tomascak, P. "Reconnaissance of Ml, 
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Clarke, R. S., Jr. "Descriptions of Some Antarctic Iron Meteorite." 

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Duncker, K. E. ; Wolff, J. A.; Harmon, R. S. ; Leat, P. T. ; Thompson, 

R. N. ; and Dickin, A. P. "Mantle and Crustal Components in 

Mafic to Intermediate Lavas of the Cerros del Rio Volcanic Field, 

Rio Grande Rift, New Mexico." New Mexico Bureau of Mines and 

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Alcala, Angel C. ; Ross, Charles A.; and Alcala, E. L. "Observations on 

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Society of Washington . 102 (2) (1989) : 411-417. 

Manning, Raymond B. "Notes on Albuneid Crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: 
Albuneidae) from the Central East Coast of Florida." Proceedings 
of the Biological Society of Washington . 101 (3) (1988) : 626-632. 

Manning, Raymond B. "The Status of Callianassa hartmeyeri Schmitt, 
1935, with the Description of Corallianassa xutha from the West 
Coast of America (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thalassinidea) ." 
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington . 101 
(4) (1988): 883-889. 

Manning, Raymond B. , and Felder, Darryl L. "The Pinnixa crista ta 
Complex in the Western Atlantic, with a Description of Two New 
Species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pinnotheridae) . " Smithsonian 
Institution Press, Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Contributions to 
Zoology (473) (1989) . 

Norenburg, Jon L. Chapter 22. " Nemertina ." In Introduction to the 
Study of Meiofauna . Edited by R. P. Higgins and H. Thiel. 
Smithsonian Institution Press, (1988): 287-292. 

. "Remarks on Marine Interstitial Nemertines and Key to the 

Species." Hydrobiologia 156 (1988): 87-92. 

Okamura, Beth. "The Influence of Neighbors on the Feeding of an 

Epifaunal Bryozoan." Journal of Experimental Marine Biology . 120 
(1988): 105-123. 

Pawson, David L. , and Miller, John E. " Thyone tanyspeira , a New 
Species of Sea Cucumber from the Southern Caribbean Sea 
(Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) . " Bulletin of Marine Science . 42 
(2) (1988) : 310-316. 

Rice, Mary E. Chapter 32. Sipuncula. In Introduction to the Study 
of Meiofauna . Edited by R. P. Higgins and H. Thiel. Smithsonian 
Institution Press, (1988): 355-356. 

. Chapter 14. Sipuncula. In Reproductive Biology of 

Invertebrates . Vol. IV. Part A. Edited by K. G. and Rita G. 
Adiyodi. "Fertilization, Development, and Parental Care." Oxford 
and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi, (1989): 263-280. 

Smith, Celia M. , and Norris, James N. "Procarp Structure in Some 
Caribbean Species of Bostrychia Montagne, (Rhodophyta, 
Rhodomelaceae) : An Important Systematic Character." Atoll 
Research Bulletin 312 (1988): 1-15. 



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Barber, James G. Alexandria in the Civil War . Lynchburg, Va. : H.E. Howard, 

Inc., 1988. 
Carr, Carolyn Kinder. "A Friendship and a Photograph: Sophia Williams, 

Talcott Williams, and Walt Whitman." The American Art Journal 21 (1) 

(1989): 2-12. 
Christman, Margaret C.S. The First Federal Congress 1789-1791 . Washington, 

D.C., 1989. 
Fern, Alan M. (Foreword) On the Air: Pioneers of American Broadcasting by 

Amy Henderson, 1988. 
. (Foreword) Isamu Noguchi Portrait Sculpture by Nancy Grove, 

1989. 
. (Foreword) The First Federal Congress 1789-1791 by Margaret 



C.S. Christman, 1989. 
Hart, Sidney, and David C. Ward. "The Waning of an Enlightenment Ideal: 

Charles Willson Peale's Philadelphia Museum, 1790-1820," Journal of the 

Early Republic , 8, 4 (Winter 1988): 389-418. 
Henderson, Amy. On the Air: Pioneers of American Broadcasting . Washington, 

D.C. Smithsonian Press, 1988. 
Miles, Ellen G. "Saint-Memin' s Portraits of American Indians, 1804-1807." 

The American Art Journal 20 (1988): 2-33. 
. "American Portraits, 1720-1920: 'The Taste of the People.'" 



Three Hundred Years of American Painting: The Montclair Art Museum . 

New York: Hudson Hills Press (1989), 18-27. 
Miller, Lillian B. Review of Francis Calley Gray and Art Collecting for 

America by Marjorie B. Cohen in Journal of the Early Republic , 8, 3 

(Fall 1988). 
. Review of Colonial American Portraiture: The Economic Social, 

Cultural, Philosophical, Scientific, and Aesthetic Foundations by Wayne 

Craven in The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography , 96, 4, 

(October 1988). 
. Review of Gilbert Stuart by Richard McLanathan in Maryland 



Historical Magazine , 84 (S umm er 1989). 
. Review of Grand Illusions. History Painting in America by 



William H. Gerdts and Mark Thistlethwaite in The Journal of American 

History , 76, 2 (September 1989). 
Reaves, Wendy Wick. "The Prints". Antiques [Mount Vernon issue] (February 

1989) : 502-511. 
Stewart, Robert G. "Portraits of George and Martha Washington." 

Antiques (February, 1989): 474-479. 
. "James Earl: American Painter of Loyalists and His Career in 

England." The American Art Journal 20 (1988): 34-58. 
. "Auguste Hervieu, A Portrait Painter in Cincinnati." Queen 



City Heritage . The Journal of the Cincinnati Historical Society . 47 (1) 
(Spring, 1989): 23-31. 
. Review of "John Lewis Krimmel: An Artist in Federal America" by 



Milo M. Naeve in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 113 (3) 
(July, 1989) 



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Stapp, William F. "America Seeks Its Destiny." Images America: A Panorama 

of History in Photographs . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, 1989. 
. "On Collecting: An Historical Perspective." 1989 International 

Fine Art Photography Expositions: Celebrating 150 Years of Photography . 

Washington, D.C.: Association of International Photography Art Dealers, 

1989. 

"The Nineteenth Century Portrait." The Art of Photography 



1839-1989 . Houston, Canberra and London: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; 

Australian National Gallery; Royal Academy of Art, 1989. 
Tappert, Tara L. "Cecilia Beaux: A Career as a Portraitist." 

Women's Studies, an Interdisciplinary Journal 14 (4) (1988): 

389-411. Academy of Arts, 1989. 
Voss, Frederick S. "Adalbert Volck: The South' s Answer to Thomas Nast." 

Smithsonian Studies in American Art 2 (3) (Fall 1988). 
. "Ed Wynn" in Dictionary of American Biography , edited by John 



A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes, supplementary vol. 8. New York: Charles 
Scribner's Sons. 
. "James Rorimer." Dictionary of American Biography , edited by 



John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes, supplementary vol. 8. New York: 
Charles Scribner's Sons. 
. Portraits of the American Law. Washington, D.C.: National 



Portrait Gallery and University of Washington Press (1988). 
Ward, David C. Review of A Gallery Collects Peales by Robert Devlin Schwarz 
in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography , 113 
(July 1989): 469-70. 



Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service 
Books and Exhibition Catalogues 

Alward, DaleE., ed. Update 1989 . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1988. 

Anglesea, Martyn. Portraits and Prospects: British and Irish Drawings 
and Watercolours from the Ulster Museum Belfast . Belfast: Ulster 
Museum, 1989. 

Keaveney, Paymond. Views of Rome: Watercolors and Drawings from the 
Thomas Ashbv Collection in the Vatican library . London: Scala 
Books, and Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service, 1988. 

McElroy, Guy C. , Richard J. Powell, and Sharon F. Patton. African- 
American Artists, 1880-1987: Selections from the Evans-Tibbs 
Collection . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service, and Seattle: University of Washington Press, 
1989. 

Booklets 

Alward, Dale E. , ed. Siteline , no. 30. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 

Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1988. 
Archambault, JoAllyn. Plains Indian Art: Continuity and Change . 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition 

Service, 1989. 



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Davidson, Gail S. Training the Hard and Eve: American Drawings from the 

Cooper- Hewitt Museum . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution 

Traveling Exhibition Service, 1989. 
Inside Active Volcanoes: Kilauea and Mount St. Helens . Washington, 

D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1989. 
Rubenstein, Harry R. Badges of Pride: Symbols and Images of American 

labor . Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Traveling 

Exhibition Service, 1989. 
Silverman, Marci. Goya Etchings: Caprichos, Desastres and Tauromaquia . 

Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition 

Service, 1989. 

Posters 

Badges of Pride: Symbols and Images of American labor 
Inside Active Volcanoes: Kilauea and Mount St. Helens 
Views of Rome: Watercolors and Drawings f rom the Collection of the 
Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana 



OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Eisendrath, Betsy, ed. "Going . . . Going . . . Gone? Tropical 

Rainf orests--How They Work, What They Do for Us, What's 

Being Done to Them. . . ," Art to Zoo . October 1988. 
. "The Greatest Show on Earth--Starring Some of the World's 

Smallest Animals," Art to Zoo . April 1989. 
. "A Peek into Wardrobes: Men's and Women's Clothing and 

Social Roles, 1850-1920," Art to Zoo . May 1989. 
. "Strong Enough to Move Boulders, But It Can Float in Air. 

. . . What Is It? Water! How Its Properties Shape Our 

World," Art to Zoo . September 1989. 
Smith, Michelle. Carbons to Computers; The Changing American 

Office . Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution, 1989. 



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OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 

Cadaval, Olivia, and Virginia Cassiano, eds. Tirarlo a la 
calle/Taking to the Streets: Viewing the Latino Community 
Through the Festival . Translated by Alicia Portnoy. 
Washington, D.C.: Institute for Contemporary Culture. 

. Introduction to Tirarlo a la calle/Taking to 

the Streets: Viewing the Latino Community Through the 
Festival . Translated by Alicia Portnoy. Washington, D.C.: 
Institute for Contemporary Culture. 

"Adams Morgan: New Identity for an Old 



Neighborhood. In Washington at Home , ed. Kathryn Schneider 

Smith, pp. 227-259. Northridge, California: Windsor 

Publications, Inc. 
Kennedy, Richard with Lynn Martin. "Hawai'i: Cosmopolitan 

Culture at the Crossroads of the Pacific." Festival of 

American Folklife Program Book , ed. Frank Proschan, pp. 36-49. 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 
Kurin, Richard. "Why We Do the Festival." Festival of American 

Folklife Program Book , ed. Frank Proschan, pp. 8-21. 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 
. "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief." Anthropology 

88/89, ed. Elvio Angelonia, pp. 16-20. Guilford: Dushkin 

Annual Editions. (Reprint, 81/82) 

"Making Exhibitions Indian: Aditi and Mela at 



the Smithsonian Institution." In Making Things in South Asia: 
The Role of Artist and Craftsman , ed. Michael Meister, pp. 196- 
209. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. 

Portes de Roux, Heliana. "Creolization in the Caribbean." 

Festival of American Folklife Program Book , ed. Frank Proschan, 
pp. 66-79. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 

Proschan, Frank. "The Cambodian School: Houston, Texas." In 
Ethnic Heritage and Language Schools in America , ed. Brett 
Topping, pp. 29-47. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. 

, ed. Festival of American Folklife Program Book . 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 

Seeger, Anthony. "Dualism: Fuzzy Thinking or Fuzzy Sets." In 
The Attraction of Opposites: Thought and Society in the 
Dualistic Mode , eds. David Maybury-Lewis and Uri Almagor, pp. 
191-208. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

. "Voices, Flutes, and Shamans in Brazil." The 

World of Music/Die Welt der Musik/Ie Monde de la Musigue 30:22- 
40. 

. "Leadbelly and Woody: Musicians for the 80s." 



WETA Magazine 2(3). 
, ed. "Musics of Hawai'i: Anthology of Hawaiian 



Music." Smithsonian/Folkways 40016. 
, ed. Book Review Section of Yearbook for 



Traditional Music , vol. 20, publication of the International 
Council for Traditional Music, a UNESCO affiliated 
organization. 

., [Producer]. "Folkways: The Original Vision." 



Smithsonian/Folkways 40001. 



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Spitzer, Nicholas. "Mardi Gras" and "Zydeco." In Encyclopedia 

of Southern Culture , ed. Charles R. Wilson. Chapel Hill: 

University of North Carolina Press. 
. "Down the Big Road with Boogie Bill Webb," 

booklet for "Boogie Bill Webb: Drinkin' and Stinkin'." Flying 

Fish 506. 

[Co-producer] "Visions of Folkways Records" 



(18 min.), "Looking for New England" (15 min.), "Soviet Music" 
(10 min.), and "American Folklore Society Centennial" (12 

min.). Washington, D.C.: Radio Smithsonian. 

, co-editor. "Folkways: The Original Vision." 



Smithsonian/Folkways 40001. 
Vennum, Thomas, Jr. Recording review of "Swiss Folk Music." 

Journal of American Folklore 101:233-35. 
. "American Indian Problems of Access and 

Cultural Continuity. Festival of American Folklife Program 

Book , ed. Frank Proschan, pp. 22-35. Washington, D.C.: 

Smithsonian Institution. 

[Producer] . Recording and liner notes for 



"Ojibway Music from Minnesota: Continuity and Change." St. 
Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press. 

"Ojibway Ceremonial Drum Decor: Sources and 



Variations." In Circles of Tradition exhibit catalogue. 
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 



OFFICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 

Borden, Carla M. , ed. Contemporary Indian Tradition: Voices on Culture, 

Nature, and the Challenge of Change (Washington and London: Smithsonian 
Institution Press, 1989). 

Contemporary India: Essays on the Uses of Tradition (Delhi: 



Oxford University Press, 1989). 

Kotler, Neil G. , ed. Science Education: A Challenge for Excellence in 
America's Future (Santa Barbara: ARCS Foundation, Inc., 1989). 

and Paula M. Hirschoff, eds. Completing the Food Chain: Strategies 



for Combating Hunger and Malnutrition (Washington and London: 
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989)'. 



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OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

The Torch. A monthly newsletter for Smithsonian employees, featuring 

profiles, question-and-answer columns about interesting jobs, previews 
of upcoming events, classified ads, and more. Circulation is 9,800, 
which includes staff and a list of interested individuals and 
organizations outside the Smithsonian. Editor: Mary Combs. 

Smithsonian Institution Research Reports. A newsletter that disseminates 
information on Smithsonian research to an audience of about 57,000 
readers (10,000 scientists, libraries, museums, universities, 
journalists, and others and 47,000 Contributing Members of the National 
Associate Program). Published three times a year in 1989--Winter, 
Spring, and Autumn. Editor: Jo Ann Webb. 

Latino Resources at the Smithsonian. A 40-page bilingual brochure that tells 
readers what is available at the Smithsonian for members of the Hispanic 
community. Four-color cover; two colors inside. Writer: Gabriela 
Frings. 

Herencia Latina (Latino Heritage). A 30-second taped public-service 

announcement for television in Spanish intended to inform the Latino 
community of the relevance of the Smithsonian--its exhibits and 
resources--to the Latino community and to offer a brochure. 
Coordinator: Gabriela Frings. 

Faces of the Smithsonian. A 30-second taped public-service announcement for 
television intended to give a sense of the non-European-American 
cultural traditions that are found in exhibits and activities at the 
Smithsonian and to encourage viewers to learn about other cultures, as 
well as their own. Coordinator: Lilas Wiltshire. 

Wish You Were Here. A 30-second filmed public-service announcement for 
television directed especially to senior citizens and focusing on 
sightseeing, reminiscing, and relaxing in the museums. Coordinator: 
Lilas Wiltshire 

Once Upon a Time. A 30-second filmed public-service announcement for 

television with 20 children of diverse cultural backgrounds and Japanese 
American actor Pat Morita as on-camera narrator sending the continuing 
message "The Smithsonian is for Everybody." Coordinator: Lilas 
Wiltshire 

Caribbean Festival Arts. A 30-second filmed public-service announcement for 
television on the "Caribbean Festival Arts" exhibition highlighting both 
the exhibition and the special activities, with actress Madge Sinclair 
as on-camera narrator. Produced for the International Center. 
Coordinator: Lilas Wiltshire 

Smithsonian News Service. A feature-story service that provides four articles 
and appropriate art work each month to more than 2,000 daily and weekly 
newspapers and other media in the United States and abroad. 



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OFFICE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS 
Radio Smithsonian — 52 half-hour radio programs broadcast nationally 

The partial listing of segments, which follows, contains material 
based on research done by Smithsonian curators or other personnel: 
"Squid Seminar" Experts from ten nations review the dilemmas of 

classifying these animals. (NMNH) 
"Uncovering Antietam" Historians and scientists discuss the discovery and 

excavation of a previously unknown Civil War burial site. (NMNH) 
"Aeronautical Developments of the 21st Century" A look at advances in 

the industry from ai r craft to new airport designs. (NASM) 
"Warming: A Warning" Scientists and biologists from all over the world 

discuss the consequences of the greenhouse effect for biological 

diversity. (Castle) 
"Out of this World" A discussion of evidence that shows the existence of 

a planet orbiting a star other than our own sun. (SAO) 
"100 Years of National Geographic" A review of explorers, discoveries and 

landmark expeditions. (SITES) 
"The Nuts and Bolts of Robotics" Budding engineers study the impact of 

robotics and automation in a Smithsonian course for kids. (RAP) 
"A Jeweler's Eye" The story of collector Henri Vever who amassed a 

stunning array of Islamic paintings and manuscripts. (Sackler) 
"Inside the Halls of Justice" Constitutional scholars, historians and 

lawyers give insiders' views of life in the marble temple. (RAP) 
"Men and Women: Dressing the Part" A look at changes in fashion and our 

changing ideas about masculinity and femininity. (NMAH) 
"The Original Vision" Highlights of a new album of original Woody Guthrie 

and Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter songs. (OFP) 
"Sharks in Question" Discussion of a recently released Smithsonian book 

which cuts through the myth and misinformation about the most 

spectacular and efficient of the world's great predators. (SIP) 
"Duke Ellington, American Music" Highlights from a month-long celebration 

of the 90th anniversary of Ellington's birth. (NMAH) 
"100 Years of the Zoo" A tribute to the accomplishments of the National 

Zoological Park as well as plans for the future - a BioPark which 

would provide visitors with a better understanding of the 

interdependence of life. (NZP) 
"Eddie Palmieri and his Latin Jazz Octet" Music from the Grammy 

Award-winning band leader as presented in a Smithsonian concert. 

(RAP) 
"On the Air" A tribute to the pioneers of American broadcasting in a 

discussion tracing the impact of radio and television personalities on 

American culture. (NPG) 
"Memories of a Hidatsa Indian Family" Experiences of three American 

Indian families from 1840 - 1920 and how they coped with radical 

change without surrendering to it. (NMAH) 
"Sounding Forms" Performances on African musical instruments on view in a 

special exhibition. (NMAFA) 



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"The Shopping Bag - Portable Art" Collectors and scholars review how the 

lowly bag has been elevated to the level of high art. (Cooper-Hewitt) 
"Flight Enters the Computer Age" Highlights of an exhibition tracing the 

development of the computer and aerospace industries from the 1940 's. 

(NASM) 
"Mapping the Human Genome" James D. Watson, winner of a 1953 Nobel Prize 

as the pioneer codiscoverer of the DNA structure, discusses his human 

genome project at the National Institutes of Health. (RAP) 
•The Real McCoy" Highlights from a new exhibition tracing African 

American invention and innovation. (Anacostia) 
"Volcanoes: The Inside Story" Examining the scientific breakthroughs 

that have enabled volcanologists to understand how volcanoes work. 

(NMNH) 
"Fantastic Vessels, Fictional Voyages" A tour through an exhibition of 

three dimensional boats created by contemporary artists. (Renwick) 



Here at the Smithsonian — three-minute television features for national 
broadcast 

The partial listing which follows contains material based on research 
done by Smithsonian curators or other personnel: 
'•Warming Up to Reptiles" A look at how the National Zoo is leading the 

way in understanding and preserving our fine, cold-blooded friends, 

and presenting them to the visiting public. (NZP) 
"Crossroads of Two Continents" The diverse cultures of the Bering Strait 

region are featured in the first exhibition ever to be jointly 

organized by U.S. and Soviet scholars. (NMNH) 
"Engines of Change" A look at the transformation of American society 

brought on by the Industrial Revolution. (NMAH) 
"The Brush of Innocence" Watching Chinese painter Wang Yani as she 

demonstrates her extraordinary art in a special exhibition. (Sackler) 
"Aloha, Hawai'i!" Experiencing the rich and varied cultural traditions of 

our nation's 50th state. (OFP) 
"The Portraits of Isamu Noguchi" The first re tr ospective of this 

Japanese-American sculptor's rarely seen portraits of famous 

Americans. (NPG) 
"Rocks in a Hard Place" The story of Smithsonian scientists in their 

search for meteorites in Antarctica. (NMNH) 
"Zoo Vets" A look at a day in the life of a veterinarian at the National 

Zoo. (NZP) 
"Black Wings" A chronicle of the important role of black Americans in the 

history of aviation. (NASM) 
"The Perpetual Man Ray" Regardless of the medium, the varied art of Man 

Ray is as vital and creative today as it was fifty years ago. (NMAA) 



Film and Video Productions 

This partial listing c ont ains material based on research done by 
Smithsonian curators or other personnel: 
"The Earth in Our Hands" Narrated by Robert Redford, this one-hour film 

presents the pioneering work of the Smithsonian's Marine Systems 

laboratory as its scientists recreate self-sustaining ecosystems. 

(NMNH) 

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"The Smithsonian Institution" Produced for the Visitor Information and 

Associates Reception Center, this 20-minute orientation video presents 

general information on Smithsonian museums. (VTARC) 
"The Smithsonian Institution Touch Screen Interactive Video" Produced for 

the new Smithsonian Information Center in the Great Hall of the 

Castle, this 30-minute interactive videodisc program provides visitors 

with detailed information about each museum, tours, special activities 

for children, and restaurants. (VIARC) 
"American Abstraction 1930 - 1945: The Artists Speak" This 30-minute 

interactive videodisc accompanies an exhibition of abstract art from 

the Patricia and Philip Frost Collection. (NMAA) 
"Descubra el Smithsonian" A pilot series of two-minute television 

capsules was produced for Spanish-language TV to reach the nation's 

growing Hispanic community. 
"To Coexist: Diversity and Development" Produced for the U.S. Agency for 

International Development, this 30-minute program depicts how 

development professionals can take biological diversity into account 

in planning their projects. 
"Duke Ellington Interactive Video" An interactive videodisc was produced 

to ac c o mp any an exhibition on the 90th anniversary of Ellington's 

birth. (NMAH) 
"Preserving an Architectural Heritage: The Decorative Designs of Frank 

Lloyd Wright" This ten-minute film forms the central section of a 

SITES exhibition which will tour to five major U.S. cities. (SITES) 
"Maritime Hall Exhibition Videos" Nine short interactive videodiscs were 

produced to provide visitors an opportunity to learn the history, 

technology, and commercial importance of towboats on the Mississippi 

River. (NMAH) 



SMITHSONIAN WORLD SEASON V PROGRAMS 

Program #501 - Zoo (January 24, 1990) 

Program #502 - A Moveable Feast (February 21, 1990) 

Program #503 - Tales of the Human Dawn (March 28, 1990) 

Program #504 - Nigerian Art-Kindred Spirits (May 2, 1990) 

Program #505 - The Quantum Universe (June 6, 1990) 



Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 

Lovejoy, Thomas E., The Third World's environment: a global 

dilemma, EPA Journal 15(4):42-43, 1989. 
Lovejoy, Thomas E., Foreword to Fragile Lands of Latin America: 

Strategies for Sustainable Development (J.O. Browder, Ed.), 

Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 301 pp., 1989. 
Lovejoy, Thomas E., Amazonian Peril: Myth and Reality, Folha de 

Sao Paulo, March 23, 1989. (In Portuguese) 



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OFFICE OF MEMBERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT 

Stann, E. Jeffrey, and Anne Cleaver, eds. Voyage to the Southern 

Continent: The Letters of Lieutenant William Reynolds 

from the U. S. Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842 

(Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1988). 



OFFICE OF PRINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES 

Talman, Hugh "An Examination of the Effectiveness of Various 

Toning Solutions on Black and White Silver Halide Emulsions" 
Proceedings. American Institute for Conservation - Photographic 
Materials Group. Winter Meeting: Kansas City. Missouri. March 4, 1989 . 

Wallace, Jim. "An Examination Of Still Video Camera Use By Photojournalism 

Students In A Workshop Situation" Presented: Digital Photography and 
Editing Conference, Sunnyvale, California, February 10, 1989 

. "Electronic Color Separation of Video Disc Images". A joint 

research project with the Ohio University School of Visual 
Communication. Presented: Digital Photography and Editing Conference, 
Sunnyvale, California, February 10, 1989. 

. "An Examination Of The Use Of Commercial Scanners To Restore 



Faded Color Transparencies (Preliminary Report)" Proceedings . American 
Institute for Conservation, Photographic Materials Group. Winter 
Meeting: Kansas City, Missouri. March 4. 1989. 



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READING IS FUNDMENTAL, INC. 

RIF Newsletter . Published three times a year, the Newsletter 
reports on RIF activities nationwide. A technical 
assistance insert, addressing local projects' requests for 
information on how to motivate youngsters to read, is 
included in Newsletters sent to RIF projects. The 
Newsletter reaches 18,000 people throughout the United 
States and offshore territories. 

The RIF Guide to Encouraging Young Readers (Doubleday, 1987) . A 
sourcebook of activities, children's book suggestions, and 
resources for parents. 

Reading Is Fundamental . A brochure describing the organization 

and its accomplishments. 

"Parent Guide" Brochures . A series of eight brochures on the 
topics "Choosing Good Books for Your Children, " "TV and 
Reading, " "Reading Aloud to Your Children, " "Upbeat and 
Offbeat Activities to Encourage Reading, " "Teenagers and 
Reading, " "Children Who Can Read, But Don' t . . . , " 
"Encouraging Soon-To-Be Readers," "Magazines and Family 
Reading." 

Books to Grow On; A Parent's Guide to Encouraging Young Readers . 
A resource for parents of children from infancy to age 
eleven. 

The RIF Handbook: How to Run a Successful Reading Is Fundamental 
Pro-iect . A technical assistance manual to help RIF 
volunteers organize and operate an effective reading 
motivation program. Includes an overview of RIF as well as 
sections on fundraising, book selection and ordering, and 
activities to motivate reading. 

I Want You . A brochure to assist RIF projects in recruiting and 
training volunteers. 

•Rppdina is Fun! Tips for Parents . A booklet offering 

suggestions on how to encourage children up to the age of 
eight to read. 

Children.' s Bookshelf . An annotated list of 106 books for 
children up to the age of eleven. 

Profiles . Descriptions of the publishers and distributors that 
serve RIF projects. The Profiles list special discounts and 
services offered by each supplier and are distributed 
annually to all projects. 

When We Were Young; Favorite Books for RIF Kids, RIF Volunteers, 
and Peaders of Renown . Forty-page list of favorite 
children's books. Includes personal recommendations of some 
80 public figures. 



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Appendix 6 



The Smithsonian Institution and Its Subsidiaries, September 30, 1989 



OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 



The Secretary 
Executive Assistant 
Special Assistant 
Administrative Assistant 

(Appointments) 
Research Assistant 
Supervisor, Secretary's Files 
Special Assistant for 

Institutional Studies 



Robert McC . Adams 
James M. Hobbins 
Marie Mattson 
Mary Lee Nissley 

Glenn M. Schwartz 
Betty J . Edwards 
Zahava D. Doering 



OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY 

The Under Secretary 
Administrative Officer 



Dean W. Anderson 
Mary Brough Emond 



OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL 

Inspector General (Acting) 

Assistant Inspector General for Audits (Acting) 

Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (Acting) 



John C. Fawsett 
Jerry L. Chandler 
Richard H. Cook 



OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL 
General Counsel 
Associate General Counsels 

Assistant General Counsels 



Peter G. Powers 

George S. Robinson 
Alan D. Ullberg 

Rachel le V. Browne 
James D. Douglas 
Lauryn Guttenplan Grant 
Elaine L. Johnston 
Marsha S. Shaines 
Christine Steiner 
James I. Wilson 



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OFFICE OF THE TREASURER 



Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer, Office of 

Financial Management and Planning 
Comptroller, Office of Accounting 

and Financial Services 
Director, Office of Risk Management 
Director, Office of Sponsored 

Projects 
Director, Business Management Office 

Director, Smithsonian Museum Shops 

Director, Mail Order Division 

Director, Product Development and 
Licensing 

Concessions Administrator 



Ann R. Leven 
John R. Clarke 



Shireen L. 
Phillip H. 



Dodson 
Babcock 



Ardelle G. Foss 
James J. Chmelik 
Samuel J. Greenberg 
John H. Giesecke 

Lisa Stevenson 
Roland W. Banscher 



OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR RESEARCH 



Assistant Secretary 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 
Executive Officer 
Special Assistant to the 

Assistant Secretary 

for Research 
Special Assistant to the 

Assistant Secretary for 

Research for Biodiversity 
Administrative Officer 



Robert S. Hoffmann 
Ross Simons 
Rita R. Jordan 
Ruth 0. Selig 



Judith A. Gradwohl 



Joan R. Zavala 



INTERNATIONAL CENTER 



Coordinator 
Administrative Officer 



Francine C. Berkowitz 
Saundra A. Thomas 



OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 



Director 

Assistant Director 
International Exchanges Officer 
International Liaison Officer 
International Liaison Specialist 
Administrative Assistant 
Program Assistant 



Francine C. Berkowitz 
Brian W. J. LeMay 
Raymond W . Seefeldt 
Leonard P. Hirsch 
Judy Rodgers Johnson 
Barbara H. Russell 
L. Ernelle Ross 



OFFICE OF CONFERENCE SERVICES 



Director 

Program Assistant 

Program Aide 



Cheryl LaBerge 

Karen Bennett 

Emily Victoria Nolton 



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OFFICE OF QUINCENTENARY PROGRAMS 



Director 
Program Manager 
Research Assistant 
Program Assistant 

INTERNATIONAL GALLERY 



Alicia M. Gonzalez 
Jacki T. Rand 
Dennis G. Medina 
Lu is F. Tassara 



Project Director 

(Caribbean Festival Arts) Vera H. Hyatt 
Project Assistant 

(Caribbean Festival Arts) Helen Dizikes 

SPECIAL ASSISTANTS TO ASSISTANT SECRETARIES 

Special Assistant to the Assistant 

Secretary for Research Mary S. McCutcheon 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION/MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE PROGRAM 



Director 

Program Assistant 



Francisco Gomez-Dai lie ier 
Laura M . Neal 



JOSEPH HENRY PAPERS 

Director 

Administrative Officer 
Assistant Editor 
Assistant Editor 
Assistant Editor 



Marc Rothenberg 
Beverly L. Leplev 
Kathleen W. Dorman 
John C . Rumm 
Paul H. Theerman 



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NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 



Director 

Registrar 

Special Assistant to the Director 

Executive Officer and 

Chief, Office of Management 
Services 

Administrative Specialist 

Computer Specialist 

Personnel Specialist 

Associate Director 



Assistant Director for Animal 
Exhibits 

Assistant Director for External 
Affairs 



Michael H. Robinson 
Judith Block 
Lynn Dolnick 

Vincent J. Doyle 



James E. Fitzpatrick 
Peter B. Kibbee 
Johnnie Smith 

Benjamine B. Beck 
(Acting) 

Dale Marcellini 
(Acting) 

Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth 



Assistant Director for Research 

Assistant Director for Conservation 
and Captive Breeding Programs 

Assistant Director for Animal Health 



Devra G. Kleiman 
Christen M. Wemmer 

R. Mitchell Bush 



ANIMAL EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS 



Assistant Director for Animal 
Exhibits 



Dale Marcellini 
(Acting) 



Department of Mammalogy 

Curator 
Associate Curator 

Collection Managers 

Edward Bronikowski 
John Lehnhardt 



Edwin Gould 

John Seidensticker 



Lisa Stevens 
William Xanten 



Department of Herpetology 

Curator 
Collection Manager 



Dale Marcellini 
Michael Davenport 



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Department of Ornithology 

Curator 

Assistant Curator 
Collection Manager 



Scott Derrickson 
Charles Pickett 
Paul Tomassoni 



Department of Invertebrates 

Curator 
Collection Manager 



Jaren Horsley 
Alan Peters 



EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 

Assistant Director for External 
Affairs 



Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth 



Office of Public Affairs 
Chief, Office of Public Affairs 



Robert J. Hoage 



Office of Education 
Chief, Office of Education 



Judith White 



DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH 

Assistant Director for Research 

Scientific Staff 

Daryl J . Boness 
Eugene S. Morton 
Olav T. Oftedal 

Population Manager 

Research Associates 

Mary 7 Allen 
Steven R. Beissinger 
Adelmar Coimbra-Filho 
Susan D. Crissey 
Carolyn M. Crockett 
Priya Davidar 
Elissa Derrickson 
Kim C. Derrickson 
James Dietz 



Devra G. Kleiman 



Katherine S. Ralls 
Miles Roberts 
Rasanayagam Rudran 

Jonathan Ballou 



Wolfgang P. J. Dittus 
John F. Eisenberg 
Lisa Forman 
Theodore I . Grand 
Russell G. Greenberg 
Susan Lumpkin 
John Robinson 
Melvin E. Sunquist 
Betsy Trent Thomas 



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DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION 



Assistant Director for Conservation 

and Captive Breeding Programs 
Research Coordinator 
Conservation Officer 
Collection Manager 



Christen M. Wemner 

John Rappole 
Martha Fujita 
Larry Collins 



Research Associates 



Peter August 
Joel Berger 
Illar Muul 



J. L. David Smith 
Michael Stuwe 
Richard Watling 



Fellows and Associates 



Lee Boyd 

Eric Dinnerstein 



Hemanta Mishra 
George Schwede 



DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HEALTH 



Assistant Director for 

Animal Health 
Associate Veterinarian 
Reporductive Physiologist 



R. Mitchell Bush 

Lyndsay G. Phillips, Jr. 
David E. Wildt 



Research Associates 



Stephen J. O'Brien 
Michael K. Stoskopf 



Sam Wasser 



Collaborators 



Michael D. Abramowitz 

Richard Alsakar 

Max J. Appel 

Kenneth C. Bovee 

M. Kathryn Hammock 

A. Everette James, Jr. 

Seth Koch 



Bill Lasley 
Douglas W. McKay 
Carroll Platz 
William J. Ravich 
Edward Ruley 
Patricia Schmidt 



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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Pa thologist-in -Charge 
Associate Pathologist 

Research Associates 

Richard Alsaker 
Max J. G. Appel 
Chris Gardiner 
Kathryn Holmes 



Richard J. Montali 
Linda Munson 



John PI etcher 
John Strandberg 
Anton Steuer 
Bernard Zook 



SUPPORT SERVICES 

Chief, Office of Facilities 

Management 
Chief, Office of Design and 

Exhibits Planning 
Chief, Office of Police and 

Safety 



David Boothe 

Virginia A. Mahoney 

(Acting) 
Samuel L. Middleton, Jr. 



FRIENDS OF THE NATIONAL ZOO 
Executive Director Clint Fields 

Deputy Director James Schroeder 

OFFICE OF AMERICAN STUDIES 

Director Wilcomb E. Washburn 

Secretary Ruby Hamblen 

OFFICE OF FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS 

Director Roberta Rubinoff 

Assistant Director Elizabeth Veatch 

Administrative Officer Catherine Harris 

Academic Programs Officer Daniel Center 

Academic Programs Officer Sharon Nishizaki 



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SMITHSONIAN ASTROPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY 



Director 



Irwin Shapiro 



Associate Directors 

Planning 

Atomic and Molecular Physics 
High Energy Astrophysics 
Optical and Infrared Astronomy 



Planetary Sciences 
Radio and Geoastronomy 
Solar and Stellar Physics 
Theoretical Astrophysics 



Administrative Department Heads 

Central Engineering 

Contracts and Procurement 

Controller's Office 

Library 

Personnel 

Publications 



Bruce Gregory 

Kate Kirby 
Harvey Tananbaum 
David W. Latham 
John L. Huchra 

(appointed February 1, 1989) 
Brian Marsden 
James M. Moran 
George L. Withbroe 
Alan P. Lightman (Acting) 
Alastair G.W. Cameron 

(appointed January 15, 1989) 



Richard B. Dias 
George D. Dick 
Robert T. Ayer 
Joyce Watson 
Harris E. Rosenthal 
James C. Cornell, Jr. 



Scientific Staff 



Fred Adams 
Yakov Alpert 
Johannes Andersen 
Eugene H. Avrett 
James Babb 
Robert W. Babcock 
Sallie L. Baliunas 
John Biretta 
Roger Blandford 
Eric Bloemhof 
Jay Bookbinder 
Donato Bramanti 
Nelson Caldwell 
Nathaniel P. Carleton 
Frederic Chaffee 
Kelly Chance 
John F. Chandler 
Jon H. Chappell 
Mark Colavita 
Allan F. Cook, II 
Mario Cosmo 
Alexander Dalgarno 
Thomas Dame 



Lawrence P. David 
Robert J. Davis 
Vivek Dhawan 
Andrea K Dupree 
Martin S. Elvis 
Robert Estes 
Giuseppina Fabbiano 
Daniel G. Fabricant 
Giovanni Fazio 
George B. Field 
Edward L. Fireman 
William R. Forman 
Fred A Franklin 
Michael R. Garcia 
Larry Gardner 
John C. Geary 
Margaret Geller 
Owen Gingerich 
Isabella Gioia 
Leon Golub 
Paul Gorenstein 
Dale E. Graessle 
Mario Grossi 



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Gordon Gullahorn 
Alan H. Guth 
Carl Gwinn 
Shadia Habbal 
F. Rick Harnden, Jr. 
Daniel E. Harris 
Patrick Hartigan 
Lee Hartmarin 
Akihiko Hashimoto 
Andreas Heithausen 
John Hillier 
William Hoffmann 
John P. Huchra 
John P. Hughes 
Luigi Jacchia 
David Johnson 
Christine Jones-Forman 
Kenneth Kalata 
Wolfgang Kalkofen 
Edwin M. Kellogg 
Scott Kenyon 
Dong-Woo Kim 
John L. Kohl 
Lawrence Krauss 
Robert Kurucz 
David W. Latham 
Myron Lecar 
Helen Leung 
Alan Lightman 
A Edward Lilley 
Enrico Lorenzini 
Tommaso Maccacaro 
Brian Marsden 
Petrus C. Martens 
Ursula Marvin 
Colin Masson 
P.M. Mathews 
Edward Mattison 
Jeffrey E. McClintock 
Richard E. McCrosky 
Jonathan C. McDowell 
Robert McMahon 
Gary Melnick 
Karl Menten 
Stephen S. Murray 
Philip C. Myers 
Peter Nisenson 
Robert W. Noyes 
Birgitta Nordstrom 
Leonid Ozernoy 
Costas Papaliolios 
William Parkinson 
Michael R. Pearlman 



Pan Xiao-Pei 
James Phillips 
Philip Pinto 
Francis A Primini 
Bruno Quadrelli 
Harrison Radford 
John C. Raymond 
Mark Reid 

Robert D. Reasenberg 
Luis Rodriguez 
Robert Rosner 
Michael Rupen 
George B. Rybicki 
Barbara Ryden 
Steven H. Saar 
Rudolph Schild 
Daniel A Schwartz 
Joseph Schwarz 
Frederick D. Seward 
Patrick 0. Slane 
Jack W. Slowey 
Andrzej Soltan 
Gregory Stacy 
Clive Standley 
Robert Stefanik 
Clifford Stoll 
Harvey D. Tananbaum 
Wesley A Traub 
Ginevra Trinchieri 
Wallace H. Tucker 
Giusseppe Vaiana 
Adriaan van Ballegooijen 
Leon P. Van Speybroeck 
Robert F.C. Vessot 
George Victor 
Saega Dil Vrtilek 
Terrence Walker 
John Wardle 
Trevor Weekes 
Shen Wei 
Steven Weinberg 
Fred L Whipple 
Charles A Whitney 
Belinda J. Wilkes 
Steven P. Willner 
George L. Withbroe 
Anna Wolter 
Douglas Wood 
John A Wood 
Diana Worrall 
Kouichi Yoshino 
Martin Zombeck 



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SMITHSONIAN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER 



Director 

Acting Assistant Director 

Administrative Officer 
Facil ities Manager 



David L. Cornell 
Anson H. Hines 

Helen M. Dalaski 
Paul Tavel 



Program Assistants for Public Information 



Education Specialist 
Docent Coordinator 



A. Mark Haddon 
Linda M. Chick 



Research Scientists 

Environmental Engineer 
Ecologists 

Model er 

Plant Ecologists 



Plant Physiologist 
Animal Ecologists 



Microbial Ecologist 



Evan Hi 1 lman 
Thomas E. Jordan 
Geoffrey G. Parker 
Donald E. Weller 
Al 1 ison A. Snow 
Dennis F. Whigham 
Jess Zimmerman 
Bert G. Drake 
Wi 1 1 iam Carmen 
Joseph Dineen 
Anson H. Hines 
Junda Lin 
James F. Lynch 
Martin Posey 
Gregory Ruiz 
Charles L. Gallegos 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION ARCHIVES 



Archivist 

Deputy Archivist 

Historian 

Associate Archivists 

Assistant Archivists 



William W. Moss 

William A. Deiss 

Pamela M. Henson 

Alan L. Bain 

Diane L. Vogt-0 ' Connor 

William E. Cox 

Susan W. Glenn 

R. Shawn Johnstone 

James A. Steed 



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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES 



Director 
Deputy Director 
Manager, Planning & Admin. 
Administrative Officer 
Publications Officer 

Deputy Director & Manager, 
Automated Systems Division 
Systems Administrator 

Asst. Systems Admin. 

Computer Equipment Spec. 
Chief, Auto. Bibl. Cont. 
Chief, Catalogue Records 
Chief, Orig. Cat. & Ind. 

Cataloguer 

Cataloguer 

Cataloguer 

Cataloguer, Spec. Coll. 



Barbara J. Smith 
Vija L. Karklins 
Mary Augusta Rosenfeld 
Laudine C. Creighton 
Nancy L. Matthews 



Vija L. Karklins 
Thomas Garnett 
Marcia Adams 
Mimi Scharf 
Victoria Avera 
Sheila Riley 
Helen Nordberg 
Margaret A. Sealor 
Margaret D'Ambrosio 
Jacqueline Coleburn 
Mary L. Elder 



Asst. Direct 

Research S 

Reference 

Central 

Unit Manage 

Cent. Ref 

Reference 

Reference 

Circulati 

Chief Lib. 

Chief Lib. 

Reference 

History 

Unit Manage 

NMAH Bran 

Circulati 

Chf . Lib. , 

Reference 

Chief Lib. 

Chief Lib. 

Special 

Chief Lib. 



or & Manager, 
ervices Division 

Librarian 

Services Unit 
r & Chief Lib. , 
& Loan Serv. 

Librarian 

Librarian 
on Librarian 
, Mus. Ref. Cnt. 
, MSC Branch 

Librarian, MSC 

of Art Unit 
r & Chief Lib. , 
ch 
on Librarian 

O Hort. Branch 

Librarian 
, CHM Branch 
, NMAfA Branch 

Collections 
, Spec. Coll. 



Margaret S. Child 
Sylvia Churgin 



Maureen L. Canick 
William B. Neff 
Nancy Seeger 
Anne Ritchie 
Catherine D. Scott 
Karen Preslock 
Angela Haggins 



Rhoda S. Ratner 
James Roan 
Susan R. Gurney 
Marca Woodhams 
Stephen Van Dyk 
Janet L. Stanley 

Ellen B. Wells 



Natural Sciences Unit 
Unit Manager & Chief Lib., 
NMNH Branch 
Reference Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Chief Lib., NZP Branch 
Chief Lib., SERC Branch 



Ann Juneau 
Ruth F. Schallert 
Mary K. Davies 
Robert Skarr 
David Steere 
Mayda Riopedre 
Kay Kenyon 
Angela Haggins 



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Chief Lib., STRI Branch 

Physical Sciences Unit 
Unit Manager & Chief Lib., 
NASM Branch 
Reference Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Tech. Information Spec. 
Chief Lib. , SAO Branch 

Asst. Director & Manager, 
Collections Management 
Chief, Acquisitions Serv. 
Assistant Chief 



[vacancy] 



Martin A. Smith 
Mary Clare Gray 
Amy Levin 
Philip Edwards 
Joyce Rey-Watson 



Nancy E. Gwinn 
Pauline T. Lesnik 
Lucien R. Rossignol 



Chief Conservator, BCL 

Conservator 
Head, Preservation Serv. 

Binding Section 



John H. Hyltoft 
Maria Nugent 
Vanessa Piala 
James E. Lawson 



Research Associate 
Research Associate 



Silvio A. Bedini 
Jean Chandler Smith 



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SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director, Marine Research 

Assistant Director, Terrestrial Research 

Acting Assistant Director, Terrestrial 

Research 

Senior Scientist 

Executive Officer 

Special Assistant to the Director 

Educational Coordinator 

Conservation Resources Manager 

Facilities Manager 

Chief, Procurement Section 

Personnel Specialist 

Development Officer 

Scientific Staff 

Eldredge Bermingham 
Richard G. Cooke 
Mireya Correa 
William G. Eberhard 
Robin Foster 
Jeremy B. C. Jackson 
Nancy Knowlton 
Egben G. Leigh, Jr. 
Harilaos A. Lessios 
Olga F. Linares 



Ira Rubinoff 
Eric A. Fischer 
John Christy 
Alan P. Smith 
Donald M. Windsor 

Martin H. Moynihan 
Leonor Motta 
Elena Lombardo 
Georgina de Alba 
Gilberto Ocana 
Carlos Tejada 
Mercedes Arroyo 
Carmen Sucre 
Edgardo Maravi 



Dolores Pipemo 
A. Stanley Rand 
D. Ross Robertson 
David W. Roubik 
Neal G. Smith 
Nicholas Smythe 
Mary Jane West-Eberhard 
Donald M. Windsor 
Hindrik Wolda 
S. Joseph Wright 



Research Associates 



Annette Aiello 
Robin Andrews 
Carlos Arellano Lennox 
Charles Bennett, Jr. 
John Bort 
Nicholas Brokaw 
Gordon M. Burghardt 
Luis D'Croz 
Nathan Gale 
Pedro Galindo 
Judy Gradwohl 
Jeffrey B. Graham 
Stanley Heckadon 
Stephen P. Hubbell 



Leslie Johnson 
Yael Lubin 
Ernst Mayr 
Jorge Motta 
Anthony Ranere 
Michael Ryan 
Myra Shulman 
w' John Smith 
F. Gary Stiles 
Henry Stockwell 
Katherine Trover 
Paulo E. Vanzolini 
Fritz Vollrath 



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OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR MUSEUMS 



Assistant Secretary for Museums 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 

for Museums 
Program Manager 
Program Manager 
Special Assistant 
Special Assistant 
Program Analyst 
Administrative Officer 
Director, Experimental Gallery 



Tom L. Freudenheim 
Elaine Heumann Gurian 

Barbara K. Schneider 
Beverly Pierce 
Maureen Robinson 
Jane Glaser 
Thomas J. Peyton 
Patricia A. DuVall 
Kimberly Camp 



AKACOSTIA MUSEUM 

Director 
Executive Officer 

Research Department 
Historian 
Historian 

Education Department 
Chief of Education Department 

Production & Design Department 
Senior Designer Sharon A. Reinckens 

Supervisor of Exhibits Specialist James Mayo 
Photographer Harold Dorwin 



Vacant 

Audrey M. Archer 

Portia P . James 
Edward D. Smith 

Zora Martin-Felton 



ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART 



Washington Headquarters Office 

Acting Director 

Assistant Director 

Curator Emeritus and Journal Editor 

Curator of Manuscripts 

Research Services Chief 

Regional Collector 

New York Headquarters Office 

Deputy Director 
Development Officer 
Membership Manager 

Regional Centers 

New York Regional Center Director 
New England Regional Center Director 
Midwest Regional Center Director 
West Coast Regional Center Director 



Susan Hamilton 
James B. Byers 
Garnett McCoy 
Arthur Breton 
Judy E. Throm 
Liza Kirwin 



Susan Hamilton 
Marita O'Hare 
Nancy Palubniak 



William McNaught 
Robert Brown 
Judith Gustafson 
Paul Karlstrom 



ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY and FREER GALLERY OF ART 



Director 

Associate Director 

Assistant Director, Administration 

Assistant Director, Exhibitions 

and Facilities 
Assistant Director, Arthur M. 

Sackler Gallery 
Curator, Chinese Art 
Associate Curator, Ancient 

Chinese Art 
Assistant Curator, Chinese Art 
Curator, Near Eastern Art 
Assistant Curator, Ancient 

Near Eastern Art 
Assistant Curator, Japanese Art 
Assistant Curator, South and 

Southeast Asian Art 
Assistant Curator, American Art 
Assistant Curator, Ceramics 
Head, Special Programs 
Head Conservator, Technical 

Laboratory 
Head, East Asian Painting 

Conservation 
Head, Design and Installation 
Head Librarian 
Head Registrar, Sackler 
Head Registrar, Freer 
Head, Publications 
Head Photographer 



Milo C. Beach 
Richard Louie 
Sarah Newmeyer 

Patrick H. Sears, III 

vacant 

Shen C. Y. Fu 

vacant 
Jan Stuart 
Glenn D. Lowry 

Ann C. Gunter 
Ann Yonemura 

Carol Bolon 
Linda L. Merrill 
Louise A. Cort 
Esin Atil 

W. Thomas Chase, III 

Ryo Nishiumi 
John Zelenik 
Lily Kecskes 
Bruce Young 
Eleanor Radcliffe 
Karen Sagstetter 
Kim Nielsen 



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Head, Education 
Head, Public Affairs 
Head, Merchandising and 

Marketing 
Development Officer 



Lucia B. Pierce 
Susan Bliss 

Rosaria Guaragna 
Nancy Green 



CONSERVATION ANALYTICAL LABORATORY 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Admin. Officer 

Admin. Assistant 

Coord. , Education & Training 

Information Department 

Sr. Tech. Info. Spec. 
Tech. Info. Specialist 
Consvn Info. Specialist 

Archaeometry 

Asst. Dir. for Archaeometry 
SARCAR Manager & Senior 
Research Archaeologist 
Art Historian 
Sr. Research Chemist 
Sr. Research Physicist 
Metallurgist 
Chemist 
Sr. Ceramic Scientist 



Lambertus van Zelst 
Alan W. Postlethwaite 
Vernetta M. Williams 
Beverly M. Smith 
Eleanor McMillan 



Marjorie W. Cleveland 
Sherry M. Medley 
Ann Johnson 



Jacqueline S. Olin 

Ronald L. Bishop 
Ingrid C. Alexander 
M. James Blackman 
Yu-Tarng Cheng 
Martha E. Goodway 
Emile C. Joel 
Pamela Vandiver 



Conservation Research 

Asst. Dir. for Conserv'n Res, 

Gr. Ldr. Organic Chem. 

Sr. Res. Organic Chemist 

Res. Organic Chemist 

Organic Chemist 

Chemist 

Research Biochemist 

Sr. Res. Photographic Sci. 

Head, Analy. Serv. 

Chemist, Analy. Serv. 

Chemist, Analy. Serv. 

Electron Microscopist 

Conservation Treatment 



Marion F. Mecklenburg 

David W. von Endt 

W. David Erhardt 

Mary T. Baker 

Walter H. Hopwood 

Open 

Noreen 

Mark H 

Charles S 

Open 

Open 

Melanie T. Feather 



C. Tuross 
McCormick-Goodhart 
Tumosa 



Furniture including Furniture Conservation Training Program 
Sr. Conservator Donald C. Williams 

Sr. Conservator Marc A. Williams 

Conservator Melvin Wachowiak 



Objects 
Sr. Conservator 
Conservator 



Carol A. Grissom 
Harriet F. Beaubein 



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Paper 
Sr. Conservator 
Sr. Conservator 

Painting 
Sr. Conservator 
Conservator 

Textiles 
Sr. Conservator 



Dianne van der Reyden 
Timothy J. Vitale 



Roland H. Cunningham 
Jia-Sun Tsang 



Mary W. Ballard 



COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM 



Director 

Assistant Director 

Special Assistant to Director 

Administrative Assistant 

Administrator 

Administrative Specialist 

Development Officer 

Assistant Development Officer 

Membership Coordinator 

Curator of Decorative Arts 

Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts 

Curator of Drawings and Prints 

Asst. Curator of Drawings and Prints 

Curator of Textiles 

Assistant Curator of Textiles 

Museum Technician for Wallcoverings 

Librarian 

Paper Conservator 

Textile Conservator 

Curator of Exhibitions 

Exhibition Researcher 

Exhibition Designer 

Editor 

Assistant Editor 

Master's Degree Program Administrator 

Program Coordinator 

Program Assistant 

Public Information Officer 

Public Information Assistant and 

Special Events Coordinator 
Registrar 

Assistant Registrar 
Automation Services Manager 
Museum Shop Manager 
Facilities Manager 
Assistant Facilities Manager 
Chief of Security 



Dianne H. Pilgrim 

vacant 

Caroline Mortimer 

Greta Wharton 

Linda Dunne 

William Gaske 

George Nichols 

Sara MacAllister 

Judy Soffian 

David Revere McFadden 

Deborah Shinn 

Elaine Evans Dee 

Gail Davidson 

Milton Sonday 

Gillian Moss 

Ann Dorfsman 

Stephen Van Dyk 

Konstanze Bachmann 

Lucy Commoner 

Dorothy Twining Globus 

Lucy Fellowes 

vacant 

Nancy Aakre 

Cynthia Plaut 

Henry Joyce 

Susan Yelavich 

Paige Roberts 

Arthur Lindo 

Michele Raphoon 
Cordelia Rose 
Steven Langehough 
Jay Vanatta 
Polly Dufresne 
Jim Ledford 
vacant 
Luis Palau 



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HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Executive Officer 

Chief Curator for Exhibitions 

Curator of Prints/Drawings 

Associate Curators 



Publications Manager 

Librarian 

Chief Conservator 

Conservators 



Registrar 

Chief, Exhibits and Design 

Chief, Education 

Public Information Officer 

Photographer 

Building Manager 



James T. Demetrion 

Stephen E. Weil 

Nancy Kirkpatrick 

Ned Rifkin 

Frank B. Gettings 

Amada Cruz 

Valeries J. Fletcher 

Phyllis Rosenzweig 

Judith K. Zilczer 

Barbara J. Bradley 

Anna Brooke 

Laurence Hoffman 

Leland Aks 

Clarke Bedford 

Susan Lake 

Meredith Michelson Wippman 

Douglas Robinson 

Edward Schiesser 

Edward Lawson 

Sidney Lawrence 

Lee Stalsworth 

Frank Underwood 



NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Special Assistant to the Director 

Assistant for Special Projects 

Assistant Director for Development 



Martin O. Harwit 
Donald S. Lopez 
Steven L. Soter 
Brian M. Duff 
John M. Carlin 



Aeronautics 

Acting Director 

Special Advisor for Technology 

Senior Curator 

Curators 



Associate Curator 
Assistant Curator 
Historian 
Historian Emeritus 



Dominick A. Pisano 
Howard S. Wolko 
Robert C. Mikesh 
R.E.G. Davies 
Von D. Hardesty 
Claudia M. Oakes 
Dominick A. Pisano 
Robert van der Linden 
Richard A. Leyes, II 
Peter L. Jakab 
Paul E. Garber 



Center for Earth and Planetary 
Studies 

Acting Chairman 

Geologists 



Program Manager 



Thomas R. Watters 
Patricia A. Jacobberger 
James R. Zimbelman 
Robert A. Craddock 
Michael J. Tuttle 
Priscilla L. Strain 



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Space History 
Chairman 
Curators 



Assistant Curator 
Historian 

Laboratory for Astrophysics 
Chairman 
Astrophysicists 



Gregg Herken 
David H. DeVorkin 
Allan A. Needell 
Paul E. Ceruzzi 
Cathleen S. Lewis 
Joseph N. Tatarewicz 
Frank Winter 
Derek W. Elliott 
Robert w. Smith 



Howard A. Smith 
Jeffrey Jay Goldstein 
Matthew Greenhouse 



Interpretive Programs 
Assistant Director 
Minority Outreach 
Cooperative Programs 
Education 
Planetarium 



Art 



Assistant Director 



Public Affairs and Museum Services 
Assistant Director 
Publications 



James H. Sharp 
M. Antoinette Amos 
Helen C. McMahon 
Jan McColl 
James H. Sharp 

Mary S. Henderson 



Rita C. Cipalla 
Patricia J. Graboske 



Collections Management 
Assistant Director 
Foreman, Preservation and 

Restoration Division 
Chief, Collections Maintenance 
Chief, Information Management 
Registrar 

Administration 

Assistant Director 
Budget Analyst 

Exhibits 

Assistant Director 
Chief, Design Unit 
Chief, Production Unit 
Chief, Audiovisual Unit 



Linda N. Ezell 

Richard D. Horigan, Jr. 
Alfred J. Bachmeier 
K. Peter Suthard 
Robin A. Schroffel 



Wendy A. 
Alice M. 



Stephens 
Adams 



Nadya A.Makovenyi 
Lucius E. Lomax 
Derek P. Fiedler 
David N. Heck 



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Museum Operations 

Assistant Director 
Deputy Assistant Director 
Special Assistant for Plans 

and Programs 
Theater and Planetarium 

Operations Manager 
Museum Facilities Manager 
Office Automation Manager 



Edmund T. Wooldridge, Jr. 
Ronald E. Wagaman 
Claude D. Russell 

Steven C. Fitch 

Valerie W. Matthews 
Alfred T. Kincaid 



Air & Space/Smithsonian Magazine 



Editor 

Managing Editor 
Picture Editor 



George Larson 
Tom Huntington 
Lee Battaglia 



Publisher 

Advertising Director 

Circulation Director 

Associate Publisher, Administration 

Business Manager 

Production Manager 

Consultants to the Magazine 



Joseph J. Bonsignore 
Louis C. Kolenda 
Gale Page 
Carey 0. Randall 
Diana Barclay 
Sarah D. Kingsley 
E. Cherry Doyle 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 



Director 
Associate Director 

for Collections and Research 
Assistant Director 
Chief Curator 
Curators 

Public Affairs Officer 
Curator of Education 
Chief, Exhibits Department 
Registrar 
Conservator 
Photo Archivist 
Librarian 
Writer/Editor 
Photographer 

Founding Director Emeritus 
and Senior Scholar 



Sylvia H. Williams 

Roy Sieber 
Jean M. Salan 
Philip Ravenhill 
Lydia Puccinelli 
Roslyn A. Walker 
Janice L. Kaplan 
Edward Lifschitz 
Alan Knezevich 
Grace Eleazer 
Stephen Mellor 
Judith Luskey 
Janet Stanley 
Dean Trackman 
Jeffrey Ploskonka 

Warren Robbins 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Acting Assistant Director 

and Chief Curator 
Acting Assistant Director for 

Museum Programs 
Acting Assistant Director for 

Museum Resources 
Administrative Officer 
Research Curator 

Curator-in-Charge, Renwick Gallery 
Curator-in-Charge, Painting & 

Sculpture 
Curators, Painting & Sculpture 

Associate Curators, Painting 
and Sculpture 

Curator-in-Charge, Graphic Arts 
Curator, Graphic Arts 
Associate Curator, Graphic Arts 
Senior Conservator 
Conservators 



Registrar 

Associate Registrar 
Assistant Registrar 

for Packing & Shipping 
Chief, Office of Design and 

Production 
Chief Designer 
Acting Chief, Office of Research 

Support 
Coordinator, Inventories of 

American Paintings and Sculpture 
Acting Chief, Office of Publications 
Chief, Office of Public Affairs 
Chief, Office of Intern Programs 
Head, Special Services Programs 
Head, Docents & Volunteer Services 
Librarian NMAA/NPG 
Assistant Librarian NMAA/NPG 
Building Manager AA/PG 



Elizabeth Broun 
Charles J. Robertson 

Virginia H. Mecklenburg 

James W. Volkert 

Eleanor E. Fink 
Maureen E. Damaska 
Lois M. Fink 
Michael W. Monroe 

Virginia M. Mecklenburg 
William H. Truettner 
Harry Z. Rand 

Robin L. Bolton-Smith 
Lynda Roscoe Hartigan 
Joann G. Moser 
Merry A. Foresta 
Martina R. Norelli 
Stefano Scafetta 
Ann M. Creager 
R. Quentin Rankin 
Fern Bleckner 
Katherine Maynor 
W. Robert Johnston 
Melissa L. Kroning 

Michael R. Smallwood 

James W. Volkert 
Val E. Lewton 

Rachel M. Allen 

Christine M. Hennessey 
Terence P. Winch 
Margery A. Byers 
Patricia H. Chieffo 
Margaret P. Cogswell 
Nora M. Panzer 
Cecilia H. Chin 
Patricia M. Lynagh 
Mary E. Massey 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN HISTORY 

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR 

Director 

Deputy Director 

Assistant Director for Administration 

Administrative Officer 

Administrative Specialist 

Special Assistants 



Office of External Affairs 

Director 

Publ ic Affairs 

Special Events 



Roger G. Kennedy 
Douglas E. Evelyn 
Ronald E. Becker 
Elizabeth E. Greene 
Shirley Vann 
Naomi Glass 
James D. Whoolery 



Marilyn Lyons 
Susan Foster 
Elizabeth Little 
Anne Spivak 



NATIONAL NUMISMATIC COLLECTION 

Executive Director 
Curators 



NATIONAL PHILATELIC COLLECTION 

Executive Director 
Curator 

AFRO-AMERICAN COMMUNITIES PROJECT 

Director 

ARCHIVES CENTER 

Senior Archivist 
Archivists 



Historian 



Elvira CI ain-Stefanell i 
Coralee C. Gillilland 
Richard Doty 



Herbert R. Col Tins 
James H. Bruns 



James 0. Horton 



John Fleckner 
Robert Harding 
Craig Orr 
Barbara Humphrys 
David Haberstich 
Marilyn Graskowiak 
Reuben Jackson 
Fath Davis Ruff ins 



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OFFICE OF BUILDING MANAGEMENT 
Building Manager 

COMPUTER SERVICES CENTER 
Chief 

DIVISION OF CONSERVATION 

Head Conservator 
Conservators 



Richard A. Day 



Dennis S. Dickinson 



J. Scott Odell 

Martin Burke 

Andrzej Dajnowski 

Antoinette Dwan 

Lynne Gill 11 and 

Nikki Horton 

Ingrid Neuman 

Beth Richwine 

Suzanne Thomassen-Krauss 

Paulette Willman 



EISENHOWER INSTITUTE FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH 



Director 



Vacant 



DEPARTMENT OF EXHIBITS 

Assistant Director for Exhibits 
Deputy Assistant Director 

for Exhibits 
Chief, Design Division 
Chief, Exhibits Production 
Chief, Historic Restoration 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PROGRAMS 

Assistant Director for 

Public Programs 
Deputy Assistant Director for 

Public Programs 
Program Manager 
Director, Program in African 

American History 
Director, Division of Museum Programs 
Director, Publications Division 
Coordinator, Columbus Quincentenary 

Program 
Intern Program Coordinator 



J. Michael Carrigan 

Richard J . Nicastro 
Dru Colbert 
Robert H. Norton 
Terrence Conable 



Lonn Taylor 

Elizabeth Sharpe 
Harold Closter 

Gwendolyn Robinson 
Dwight Blocker Bowers 
Robert Sel im 

Lisa Falk 
Mary Dyer 



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OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR 

Registrar Martha Morris 

Assistant Registrar (Catherine P. Spiess 

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS 

Director Gary Kulik 

DEPARTMENT OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

Chairman Arthur P. Mole! la 

American Indian Program 

Director Rayna Green 

Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources 

Curators Pete Daniel 

G. Terry Sharrer 

Division of Armed Forces History 

Curators Edward C. Ezell 

Donald E. Kloster 
Harold D. Langley 
Historian James Hutchins 

Curator Emeritus Philip Lundeberg 

Division of Computers, Information, and Society 

Curators David Allison 

Jon B. Eklund 

Division of Electricity and Modern Physics 

Curators Bernard Finn 

Paul Forman 

Division of Engineering and Industry 

Curators Carlene E. Stephens 

Steve Lubar 



Jeffrey Stine 



Division of Medical Sciences 



Curators Audrey B. Davis 

Ramunas A. Kondratas 
Barbara Melosh 



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Division of Physical and Biological Sciences 

Curators Deborah J. Warner 

Patricia Gossel 
Linda Tucker 

Division of Transportation 

Curators William L. Withuhn 

Paul Johnston 
Senior Historian John H. White 

Senior Historian's Office 
Senior Historian Nathan Reingold 

Technology and Culture 
Editor Robert Post 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY 
Chairman Tom D. Crouch 

Afro-American Index Project 
Program Specialist Eleanor Alexander 

Division of Ceramics and Glass 
Curator Susan H. Myers 

Division of Community Life 

Curators Richard E. Ahlborn 

Spencer Crew 
Charles McGovern 
Bernice Reagon 

Curator Emeritus Carl Scheele 

Division of Costume 

Curator Claudia B. Kidwell 

Curator Emeritus Anne W. Murray 

Division of Domestic Life 

Curators Anne C. Golovin 

Rodris C. Roth 
Barbara C. Smith 



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Division of Graphic Arts 

Curators Elizabeth M. Harris 

Helena C. Wright 

Division of Musical History 

Curators John T. Fesperman 

John E. Hasse 
Cynthia A. Hoover 
James Weaver 

Division of Photographic History 

Curator Eugene Ostroff 

Division of Political History 

Curators Edith P. Mayo 

Keith E. Melder 
Curator Emeritus Margaret B. Klapthor 

Division of Textiles 

Curator Rita J. Adrosko 

Research Associates 

Joan R. Challinor Stuart Goosman 

Marsha Darling Robert Hall 

William Dowd Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga 

Sylvia Frye Wil liam Monical 

Sheridan Germann Joan P. Watkins 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 



Director 
Deputy Director 
Acting Director 
Acting Deputy Director 

Assistant Director for Special 

Projects 
Assistant Director for Programs 
Assistant Director for Development 
Special Assistant to the Director 
Special Assistant to the Deputy 

Director 
Director, Quincentenary Programs 
Writer-Editor 
Assistant Director for 

Administration 
Budget Analyst 
Administrative Specialist 
Administrative Technician 
Management Analyst 
Acting Assistant Director for 

Education 
Assistant Director for the 

Automatic Data Program 
Assistant Director for Exhibits 
Assistant Director for Collections 

Management 
Registrar 
Building Manager 
Supervisory Museum Specialist, 

Scanning Electron Microscope 

Laboratory 

DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY 



Frank H. Talbot 

(January 1989) 
James C. Tyler 

(January 1989) 
James C. Tyler 

(January 1988) 
Stanwyn G. Shetler 

(January 1988) 

Catherine J. Kerby 
Stanwyn G. Shetler 
T. C. Benson 
Margaret P. Anderson 

Jerome A. Cordon 
Herman J. Viola 
Thomas R. Harney 

Mary Rakow Tanner 
Robert Knarr 
Nella F. Lloyd 
Danielle Bielenstein 
Marsha Sitnik 

Laura McKie 

T. Gary Gautier 
Laurence P. O'Reilly 

Janet Gomon 
Margaret A. Santiago 
Edward McCoy 



Walter R. Brown 



Chairman 

Administrative Specialist 

Collections Manager 

Public Information Specialist 

Handbook of North American Indians 

General Editor 

Managing Editor 

Production Manager 

Management Services Assistant 

Anthropologist 

Linguist 

Bibliographer 



Donald J. Ortner 
Carole Lee Kin 
Candace Greene 
Ann Kaupp 



William C. Sturtevant 
Karla Billups 
Diane Delia-Loggia 
Melvina Jackson 
Joanna C. Scherer 
R. H. Ives Goddard III 
Lorraine H. Jacoby 



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Human Studies Film Archives 

Assistant Director 

National Anthropological Archives 

Acting Director 
Archivist 
Assistant Archivist 

latin American Anthropology 

Curator 

Associate Curator 
Expert 

North American Anthropology 

Curators 

William W. Fitzhugh 
William L. Merrill 
Bruce D. Smith 

Associate Curator 
J. Daniel Rogers 

North American Indian Program 
Director 

Old World Anthropology 

Curators 



Adrienne Kaeppler 
Ivan Karp 

Associate Curators 
Mary Jo Arnoldi 

Physical Anthropology 

Curators 
Donald J. Ortner 

Associate Curators 
Douglas Owsley 



Wendy A. Shay 



Carmalita Ryan 
James R. Glenn 
Paula Fleming 



Robert M. laughlin 
William H. Crocker 
Betty J. Meggers 



Dennis J. Stanford 
William C. Sturtevant 



Theresa A. Singleton 



JoAllyn Archambault 



William B. Trousdale 
Gus Van Beek 



Paul Taylor 



Douglas H. Ubelaker 



Richard Potts 



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Linguistics 
Curator 



R. H. Ives Gcddard III 



Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



James M. Adovasio (Archeology) 
Larry Banks (Archeology) 
David Begun (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Michael D. Blakey (Physical 

Anthropol ogy ) 
Kathleen J. Bragdon 

(Linguistics) 
Alison S. Brooks (Archeology) 
Ernest S. Burch, Jr. 

(Archeology) 
Aron Crowell (Archeology) 
Edith Dietze (Ethnology) 
Jean Paul Dumont (Ethnology) 
John C. Ewers (Plains 

Ethnology) 
John Fisher (Archeology) 
Don D. Fowler (Archeology) 
George Prison (Archeology) 
Bruno Frohlich (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Kathleen Gordon (Physical 

Anthropology) 
James Griffin (Archeology) 
C. Vance Haynes (Archeology) 
Brian Hesse (Archeology) 
William Holm (Ethnology) 
Neil C. Hughes (Archeology) 
Bennie C. Keel (Archeology) 
Jennifer 0. Kelley (Physical 

Anthropology) 



DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY 

Chairman 

Administrative Assistant 

Collections Manager 

Senior Botanists 

Mason E. Hale, Jr. 



Richard T. Koritzer (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Paulina Ledergerber 

(Archeology) 
Jerald T. Milanich 

(Archeology) 
Chris Nagle (Archeology) 
Michael O'Brien (Archeology) 
Michael Petraglia (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Stephen Potter (Archeology) 
James Price (Archeology) 
Bruce D. Ragsdale (Pathology) 
Leslie Rankin-Hill (Physical 

Anthropol ogy ) 
Mary Elizabeth Reeve 

(Ethnology) 
Lucile E. St. Hoyme (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Abelardo Sandoval (Archeology) 
Robert G. Schmidt (Geology) 
T. Dale Stewart (Physical 

Anthropol ogy ) 
Maurizio Tosi (Archeology) 
John Verano (Physical 

Anthropology) 
Alan Walker 

(Paleoanthropology) 
Paula Wapnish (Archeology) 
Mildred M. Wedel (Archeology 

and Ethnohistory) 
Waldo R. Wedel (Archeology) 
Rita Wright (Physical 

Anthropol ogy ) 



Laurence S. Skog 
Linda Morel and 
George F. Russell 



Mark M. Littler 



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Phanerogams 

Curators 

Can H. Nicolson 
Stanwyn G. Shetler 
Laurence E. Skog 

Associate Curators 

Pedro Acevedo 
Robert B. Faden 
Vicki A. Funk 

Ferns 
Curator 

Grasses 
Curator 

Cryptogams 

Curators 
James N. Norris 

Associate Curators 
Maria A. Faust 

Palynology 
Curator 



Dieter C. Wasshausen 
John J. Wurdack 



E. John Kress 
Warren L. Wagner 



David B. Lellinger 



Paul M. Peterson 



Harold E. Robinson 



Jeanine 01 sen 



Joan W. Nowicke 



Plant Anatomy 
Curator Richard H. Eyde 

Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



Katina Bucher (Algae) 
George Bunting (Araceae) 
Pamela Burns-Balogh 

(Orchidaceae) 
David Challinor (Forestry and 

Tropical Biology) 
Loren Coen (Marine Algae) 
Jose Cuatrecasas (Flora of 

Tropical South America) 
Alva G. Day (Polemoniaceae) 
Gerald F. Deitzer (Plant 

Physiology) 



James A. Duke (Flora of 

Panama) 
Patricia M. Eckel (Mosses) 
Christian P. Feuillet 

(Gesner iaceae ) 
Anthony Fletcher (Lichen) 
F. Raymond Fosberg (Tropical 

Island Plants) 
Suzanne Fredericq 

(Gracilariaceae) 
Aaron Goldberg (Phanerogams) 
Charles R. Gunn (Seeds) 



Mark Edward Hay (Marine Algae) 
Otto Huber (Plant Ecology) 
Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr. 

(Rubiaceae) 
Elbert L. Little, Jr. 

(Dendrology) 
Diane S. Littler (Marine 

Algae) 
Carlos Lopez-Ocana (Ecology) 
Alicia Lourteig (Neotropical 

Botany) 
Carlos Ochoa (Solanum) 
Kittie F. Parker (Compositae) 
John Pipoly (Plant 

systernatics) 
Thonpson Pizzolato 

(Agrostology) 
Mark Plotkin (Ethnobotany) 
Muriel E. Poston (Loasaceae) 
Robert W. Read (Neotropical 

Palms & Bromeliads) 



Clyde F. Reed (Phanerogams) 
James Reveal (Polygonaceae) 
Amy Y. Rossman (Fungi) 
Velva E. Rudd (Leguminosae) 
Edith E. B. Scott (Bryophyta) 
Celia Smith (Algae) 
Lyman B. Smith (Flora of 

Brazil) 
Claudia Sobrevila (Tropical 

Plant Biology) 
Richard W. Spjut (Lichens) 
Frans A. Stafleu (Phanerogams) 
Bruce A. Stein (Neotropical 

Plants) 
William L. Stern (Plant 

Anatomy) 
Christopher E. Tanner (Marine 

Botanical Systernatics) 
Edward E. Terrell 

(Phanerogams) 



DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY 

Chairman 

Collections Manager 
Senior Scientist 
Administrative Assistant 

Coleoptera 

Curators 
Terry L. Erwin 

Hemiptera 
Curator 

Hymenoptera 

Senior Scientist 
Curator 

Lepidoptera 
Curators 
Associate Curator 

Myriapoda and Arachnida 
Associate Curator 



Ronald J. McGinley 
Gary F. Hevel 
Karl V. Krombein 
Marie Westfall 



Paul J. Spangler 



Richard C. Froeschner 



Karl V. Krombein 
Ronald J. McGinley 



John M. Burns 
Don R. Davis 
Robert K. Robbins 



Jonathan A. Coddington 



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Neuropteroids and Diptera 
Curators 



Oliver S. Flint, Jr. 
Wayne N. Ma this 



Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



Joachim Adis (Coleoptera) 
Annette Aiello (Lepidoptera) 
Donald W. Anderson (Coleoptera) 
Edward W. Baker (Acarina) 
Charles L. Bellamy (Coleoptera) 
William F. Bickley (Diptera) 
Robert W. Carlson (Hymenoptera) 
J. F. Gates Clarke 

(Lepidoptera) 
Carleton M. Clifford 

(Ixodoidea) 
Margaret Collins (Orthoptera) 
Hilary Crusz (Insects of Sri 

Lanka) 
Terhune Dickel (Lepidoptera) 
Lance Durden (Siphonaptera) 
K. C. Emerson (Mallophaga) 
Neal F. Evenhuis (Diptera) 
John H. Fales (Lepidoptera) 
Candida Feller (Diptera) 
Douglas C. Ferguson 

(Lepidoptera) 
Richard H. Foote (Diptera) 
John G. Franclemont 

(Lepidoptera) 
Raymond J. Gagne (Diptera) 
Robert D. Gordon (Coleoptera) 
E. Eric Grissell (Hymenoptera 
Ralph E. Harbach (Diptera) 
Bruce A. Harrison (Diptera) 
Thomas J. Henry (Hemiptera) 
Yiau-Min Huang (Diptera) 
James E. Keirans (Ixodoidea) 
John M. Kingsolver (Coleoptera) 
Lloyd V. Knutson (Diptera) 
Paul M. Marsh (Hymenoptera) 
Arnold S. Menke (Hymenoptera) 
Mary Frances Mickevich 

(Methodo 1 ogy/Theory ) 
Douglass R. Miller (Homoptera) 
Scott E. Miller 

(Microl ep idoptera ) 



Charles Mitter (Lepidoptera) 
Steve Nakahara (Thysanoptera) 
David F. Nickle (Orthoptera) 
Beth B. Norden (Hymenoptera) 
Allen L. Norrbom (Diptera) 
Paul A. Opler (Lepidoptera) 
David L. Pearson (Coleoptera) 
Philip Perkins (Coleoptera) 
Robert V. Peterson (Diptera) 

E. L. Peyton (Diptera) 
KeneLm W. Philip (Lepidoptera) 
Robert W. Poole (Lepidoptera) 
John R. Reinert (Diptera) 
Mark J. Rothschild (Homoptera) 
Louise M. Russell (Homoptera) 
Curtis W. Sabrosky (Diptera) 
Silvia Santiago (Coleoptera) 
Michael E. Schauff 

(Hymenoptera) 
Petra Sierwald (Arachnida) 
Robert L. Smiley (Acarina) 
David R. Smith (Hymenoptera) 
M. ALma Sol is (Lepidoptera) 
Theodore J. Spilman 

(Coleoptera) 
George C. Steyskal (Diptera) 
Manya B. Stoetzel (Homoptera) 

F. Christian Thompson 

(Diptera) 
Robert Traub (Siphonaptera) 
Katsuji Tsuneki (Hymenoptera) 
George Vogt (Coleoptera) 
Ronald A. Ward (Medical 

Entomology) 
Richard E. White (Coleoptera) 
Donald R. Whitehead 

(Coleoptera) 
Willis W. Wirth (Diptera) 
Norman E. Woodley (Diptera) 
David Wooldridge (Coleoptera) 
Frank Young (Coleoptera) 



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DEPARTMENT OF INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY 

Chairman 
Purchasing Agent 
Administrative Assistant 

Crustacea 

Curators 

J. Laurens Barnard 
Thomas E. Bowman 
Roger F. Cressey 
C. W. Hart, Jr. 

Echinoderms and Lower Invertebrates 

Curators 

Frederick M. Bayer 
Stephen D. Cairns 

Mollusks 

Curators 
Richard S. Houbrick 

Associate Curators 
M. G. Harasewych 

Worms 

Curators 

Kristian Fauchald 
W. Duane Hope 

Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals 

Director 

Biological Lab Technician 

Biological Research Technician 

Biological Lab Technician 

Research Assistant 

Museum Specialist 



C. W. Hart, Jr. 
Roland H. Brown 
Martha V. Joynt 



Robert P. Higgins 
Brian F. Kensley 
Louis S. Kornicker 
Raymond B. Manning 



David L. Pawson 
Klaus Ruetzler 



Clyde F. E. Roper 



Robert Hershler 



Meredith L. Jones 
Mary E. Rice 



John Harshbarger 
Sunthorn Sirivanakarn 
Normal Wolcott 
Kathy Price 
Marilyn Slatick 
Phyllis Spero 



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Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



J. Bruce Bredin 

Fenner A. Chace, Jr. (Emeritus 

Zoologist) 
Steven Chambers 
Sing Chen Chang (Emeritus 

Zoologist) 
Elizabeth Chornesky 
Maureen E. Downey 
Joan D. Ferraris 
Stephen J. Gardiner 
Terrence M. Gosliner 
Horton H. Hobbs, Jr. (Emeritus 

Zoologist) 
Lipke B. Holthuis 
J. Ralph Lichtenfels 
Patsy McLaughlin 
Charles G. Messing 



John E. Miller 

Isabel Perez-Farfante (Canet) 

Esther C. Peters 

Richard E. Petit 

Marian H. Pettibone (Emeritus 

Zoologist) 
Anthony J. Provenzano, Jr. 
Harald A. Rehder (Emeritus 

Zoologist) 
Janet W. Re id 
I. G. Sohn 
Ronald B. Toll 
Paul N. Turner 
Michael Vecchione 
Geerhart J. Vermeij 
Austin B. Williams 
David K. Young 



DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL SCIENCES 



Chairman 

Administrator 



Daniel Appleman 
Ellen Thurnau 



Meteorites 



Curator 

Associate Curator 
Geochemist 

Mineralogy 

Curator 

Associate Curator 
Crystallcgrapher 

Petrology and Volcanology 

Curators 

Richard S. Fiske 
William G. Melson 



Roy S. Clarke, Jr. 
Glenn J.MacPherson 
Kurt Fredriksson 



John Sampson White 
Jeffrey Post 
Daniel E. Appleman 



Tom Simkin 



Associate Curator 

Physical Sciences Laboratory 

Chemists 
Eugene Jarosewich 
Electronics Technician 



Sorena Sorensen 



Joseph A. Nelen 
James E. Collins 



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Scientific Events Alert Network 
Museum Specialist Lindsay R. McClelland 

Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



Vagn F. Buchwald (Meteorites) 
Cathy Busby-Spera (Petrology) 
Gary R. Byerly (Petrology) 
Felix Chayes (Petrology and 

Volcanology) 
Robert T. Dodd (Meteorites) 
John Filson (Petrology and 

Volcanology) 
Michael Fleischer (Mineralogy) 
Martin Flower (Petrology and 

Volcanology) 

DEPARTMENT OF PALEOBIOLOGY 



Edward Henderson (Meteorites) 
Peter Levens (Mineralogy) 
Brian H. Mason (Meteorites) 
Paul B. Moore (Mineralogy) 
Debra S. Stakes (Petrology and 

Volcanology) 
Geoffrey Thompson (Petrology 

and Volcanology) 
Othmar T. Tobisch (Petrology 

and Volcanology) 



Chairman 

Curators Emeritus 
(Not in Residence) 

Administrative Assistant 
Collections Manager 
Deputy Collections Manager 
Paleobiological Information 

Specialist 
Scientific Illustrator 
Vertebrate Paleontology 

Preparation Laboratory, 

Supervisor 

Acting Supervisor 

Senior Scientists 

Richard H. Benson 
Alan H. Cheetham 



Jack W. Pierce 
Richard S. Boardman 
G. Arthur Cooper 
Porter M. Kier 
Betty M. Lomax 
Frederick J. Collier 
Jann W. M. Thompson 

Raymond T. Rye II 
Mary A. Parrish 



Arnold D. Lewis 

5/31/89) 
Frederic V. Grady 

(Appointed 6/1/89) 



Richard E. Grant 
Daniel J. Stanley 
Kenneth M. Towe 



(Retired 



Geologist 
Curators 



Ian G. Macintyre 



Walter H. Adey 
Anna K. Behrensmeyer 
Martin A. Buzas 
Robert J. Emry 
Nicholas Hotton III 



Frances M. Hueber 
Jack W. Pierce 
Clayton E. Ray 
Thomas R. Waller 



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Associate Curators 



William A. DiMichele 
Brian T. Huber (Appointed 
11/21/88) 



Scott L. Wing 



Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



Richard B. Aronson 
Jean M. Berdan 
Annalissa Berta 
Stephen J. Culver 
Ted E. Delaca 
Daryl P. EJomning 
Raymond C. Douglass 
J. Thomas Dutro, Jr. 
Ralph E. EsheLman 
Karl W. Flessa 
Thomas G. Gibson 
Mackenzie Gordon, Jr. 
Richard R. Graus 
John M. Hackney 
S. Taseer Hussain 
Marcus M. Key, Jr. 
Carl F. Koch 
Sergius H. Mamay 
Suzan Mazer 



Jerry N. McDonald 
Robert B. Neuman 
William A. Oliver, Jr. 
David B. Packer 
John Pojeta, Jr. 
Bruce Runnegar 
William J. Sando 
David E. Schindel 
Judith Skog 
Norman F. Sohl 
I. Gregory Sohn 
Steven M. Stanley 
Hans-Dieter Sues 
Joshua I. Tracey 
Arthur D. Watt 
Frank C. Whitmore, Jr. 
Druid Wilson 
Christopher Wnuk 
Ellis L. Yochelson 



DEPARTMENT OF VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY 



Chairman 

Jr. Collections Managers 



Administrative Assistant 
Fishes 
Curators 



Richard W. Thorington, 
J. Phillip Angle 
Elyse J. Beldon 
Linda K. Gordon 
Susan L. Jewett 
Charles W. Potter 
Jeffery T. Williams 
Sybil Descheemaeker 



Victor G. Springer 
Richard P. Vari 



Stanley H. Weitzman 



Associate Curator 



G. David Johnson 



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Amphibians and Reptiles 

Curators 
W. Ronald Heyer 

Birds 

Curators 
Storrs L. Olson 
Associate Curator 

Mammals 



George R. Zug 



Richard L. Zusi 
Gary R. Graves 



Curators 

Michael D. Carleton 
Charles 0. Handley, Jr. 

Office of the Secretary Emeritus 

Secretary Emeritus 
Administrative Assistant 
Museum Specialist 
Secretary 



James G. Mead 

Richard W. Thorington, Jr. 



S. Dillon Ripley 
Mary Pacaro 
Bruce M. Beehler 
Rachel A. Simpson 



Research Associates, Collaborators, and Affiliated Scientists 



Richard C. Banks (Birds) 
Jonathan J. Becker (Birds) 
Bruce M. Beehler (Birds) 
Heraldo A. Britski (Fishes) 
Eleanor D. Brown (Birds) 
Robert L. Brownell, Jr. 

(Mammals) 
John Cadle (Amphibians and 

Reptiles) 
Peter F. Cannell (Birds) 
Roger B. Clapp (Birds) 
Bruce B. Collette (Fishes) 
G. Ken Creighton (Mammals) 
C. Kenneth Dodd, Jr. 

(Amphibians and Reptiles) 
Louise H. Emmons (Mammals) 
Carl H. Ernst (Amphibians and 

Reptiles) 
Sara V. Fink (Fishes) 
William L. Fink (Fishes) 
Mercedes S. Foster (Birds) 
John G. Frazier (Mammals) 
Thomas H. Fritts (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 



Alfred L. Gardner (Mammals) 
J. Whitfield Gibbons 

(Amphibians and Reptiles) 
Michael Goulding (Fishes) 
Richard Highton (Amphibians 
and Reptiles) 
Peter W. Houde (Birds) 
Morton and Phyllis Isler 

(Birds) 
Richard F. Kay (Mammals) 
Irving L. Kornfield (Fishes) 
William H. Krueger (Fishes) 
Roxie C. Laybourne (Birds) 
John M. Legler (Amphibians and 

Reptiles) 
Antonio Machado-Allison 

(Fishes) 
Francisco Mago-Leccia (Fishes) 
Joe T. Marshall (Birds) 
Linda R. Maxon (Amphibians and 

Reptiles) 
Roy W. McDiarmid (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
Naercio A. Menezes (Fishes) 



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Joseph C. Mitchell (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
Thomas A. Munroe (Fishes) 
Lynne R. Parenti (Fishes) 
William F. Perrin (Mammals) 
Allan R. Phillips (Birds) 
Gregory K. Pregill (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
John E. Randall (Fishes) 
Randall R. Reeves (Mammals) 
S. Dillon Ripley (Birds) 
Sentiel Rommel (Mammals) 
Carol Ruckdeschel (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
Alan H. Savitzky (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
Albert Schwartz (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 



Norman J. Scott, Jr. 

(Amphibians and Reptiles) 
William F. Smith-Vaniz 

(Fishes) 
Thomas W. Stafford, Jr. 

(Birds) 
David W. Steadman (Birds) 
Kenneth J. Sulak (Fishes) 
Stephen G. Tilley (Amphibians 

and Reptiles) 
Merrill Varn (Mammals) 
Richard J. Wassersug 

(Amphibians and Reptiles) 
Marilyn Weitzman (Fishes) 
John S. Weske (Birds) 
Edward 0. Wiley (Fishes) 
James D. Williams (Fishes) 
Don E. Wilson (Mammals) 



SMITHSONIAN OCEANOGRAPHIC SORTING CENTER 



Director 

Administrative Assistant 



Ernani G. Menez 
Patricia K. Buckley 



Marine Biologists 



Frank; D. Ferrari 
Leslie W. Knapp 
Rafael Lemaitre 



Ernani G. Menez 
Jon L. Norenburg 



SMITHSONIAN MARINE STATION AT LINK PORT 



Sc ient ist-In-Charge 
Administrative Assistant 



Mary E. Rice 
Joan L. Kaminski 



Research Assistants 



William D. Lee 
Julianne Piraino 



Sherry Anne Reed 
Hugh F. Reichardt 



MUSEUM SUPPORT CENTER 



Director 

Administrative Specialist 
Data Administrator 
Facility Manager 
Assistant Facility Manager 
Chief, Information Management 
Section 



U. Vincent Wilcox 
Patti B. Young 
Joan B. Andrews 
Charles E. Dunn 
George Bolden 

David Bridge 



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NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 



Director 

Assistant Director for Collections 

Assistant Director for History and 

Public Programs 
Executive Officer 

Curator of Painting and Sculpture 
Curator of Exhibitions 
Associate Curator of Painting 

and Sculpture 
Curator of Prints 
Curator of Photographs 
Curator of Education 
Editor of Publications 
Chief, Design and Production 
Keeper, Catalog of American 

Portraits 

Editor of the Charles Willson 
Peale Papers and Historian of 
American Culture 

Librarian 

Conservator 

Senior Photographer 

Registrar 

Public Affairs Officer 



Alan Fern 
Carolyn K. Carr 

Marc Pachter 
Barbara A. Hart 
Robert G. Stewart 
Beverly J. Cox 

Ellen Miles 
Wendy Wick. Reaves 
William F. Stapp 
Harry Jackson 
Frances K. Stevenson 
Nello Marconi 

Linda Thrift 

(appointed 1/15/89) 



Lillian B. Miller 

Cecilia Chin 

CindyLou Molnar Ockershausen 

Rolland White 

(appointed 10/9/88) 
Suzanne Jenkins 
Sue Ann Kendall 



OFFICE OF EXHIBITS CENTRAL 



Director 

Administrative Officer 
Assistant Director/Chief of 

Design and Editing 
Assistant Director/Chief of 

Production 
Supervisor, Fabrication 
Supervisor, Graphics Unit 
Supervisor, Model Shop 



Vacant 

Eva Goodwin 

Karen Fort 

Walter Sorrell 
Kenneth Clevinger 
Patricia Burke 
Ben Snouffer 



OFFICE OF HORTICULTURE 



Director (Acting) 
Program Manager 
Administrative Officer 
Administrative Assistant 
Landscape Architect 
Greenhouse Manager 
Grounds Manager 



Kathryn 
Vacant 
Peter J, 
Vacant 
Paul H. 
Barbara 



R. Meehan 

Nerret 

Lindell 
Faust 



Kenneth Hawkins 



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OFFICE OF MUSEUM PROGRAMS 



The staff listing below represents all staff who worked in the 
OMP during FY89. The Office began a reorganization in the second 
half of the year with subsequent staff changes. 



October, 1988-April, 1989: 

Jane Glaser 
Eleanor Coombs 
Christine Murray 

Wendy Jessup 
Susanne Harlandt 
Artemis Zenetou 
Charis Warchal 

Bruce C. Craig 



Nancy Fuller 

Gayle Edmunds 

Laura Schneider 
Steven Cupp 
Bettie Lee 
Denise Yver 



Director 

Administrative Officer 
Secretary 

Workshop Coordinator 
On-Site Workshop Coordinator 
Workshop Coordinator 
Workshop Assistant 

Internships and Visiting 
Professionals Coordinator 

Native American Museums Program 

Coordinator 

NAMP Program Assistant 

Audiovisual Program Manager 
Audiovisual Program Coordinator 
Audiovisual Program Coordinator 
Audiovisual Program Assistant 



April, 1989-September, 1989: 

James E. Sims 
Eleanor Coombs 
Christine Murray 

Curriculum Programs 

Theresa LaMaster 
Bettie Lee 
Heather Baker 

Professional Services 

Bruce C. Craig 

Gayle Edmunds 
Joe Nicely 

Publications Program 

Nancy Fuller 



Acting Director 
Administrative Officer 
Secretary 



Curriculum Programs Manager 
Workshops Coordinator 
Program Assistant 



Professional 
Manager 

Visitor Coordinator 
Program Assistant 



Publications Manager 



Services Program 



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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TRAVELING EXHIBITION SERVICE 
Administration 



Director 

Associate Director 
for Administration 

Budget and Accounting Services 

Staff Training 
Office Manager 

Exhibitor Relations\External Affairs 

Program Research and Grants 
Audience Survey Research 
Public Relations 
Exhibition Scheduling 

Program Services 

Associate Director for Programs 

Exhibition Organization 



Exhibition Interpretation 



Exhibition Registration 



Exhibition Production 



Publications 

Publications Director 
Editorial Services 



Anna R. Cohn 

Linda Bell 

Marie-Claire Jean 
Allegra Wright 
Dale Alward 
Kenneth D. Fenty 



Dee Bennett 
Claire Fronville 
Liz Hill 
Carol Harsh 



Eileen Rose 

Anne Gossett 
Lori Dempsey 
Matou Goodwin 
Lesley O'Malley 

Myriam Springuel 
Laurie Trippett 
Fredrica Adelman 
Germaine Juneau 
Gail Kaplan 

Lee Williams 
Fredric Williams 
Viki Possoff 
Josette Cole 

Betty Teller 
Betsy Hennings 
Crisley McCarson 
Meredith McPherson 



Andrea Stevens 
David Andrews 
Melissa Hirsch 



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OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE 



Assistant Secretary 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 
Deputy Assistant Secretary/Media 

Affairs 
Administrative Officer 
Executive Assistant 
Special Assistant 
Special Assistant 
Program Specialist 
Fiscal Assistant 
Secretary 
Secretary 
Special Assistant for 

Media Activities 
Editor-in-Chief, Optical 

Publishing 
Special Advisor for 

Telecommunications 



Ralph Rinzler 
James C. Early 
Robert A. Dierker 

Ernestine A. Potter 
Mary Lynne McElroy 
Margaret A.H. Bertin 
Rosemary Leonard 
Manjula Kumar 
Carol F. Anderson 
Annette C. Sukarloo 
Pamela Deutsch 
Andrew Ferguson 

Glen Hoptman 

Thomas H. Wolf 



NATIONAL SCIENCE RESOURCES CENTER 



Executive Director 

Deputy Director 

Director of Publications 

Financial Officer 

Outreach Consultant 

Publications /Technology Specialist 

Administrative Assistant 

Program Assistant 

Director, Science and Technology 

for Children (STC) Project 
Research Specialist, STC Project 
Research Specialist, STC Project 
Research Specialist, STC Project 
Research Specialist, STC Project 
Research Specialist, STC Project 



Douglas M. Lapp 
Sally G. Shuler 
Kit Johnson 
Shirley Ash 
Olive Covington 
Tim Falb 
Toni Brady 
Altoria Bell 

Joe Griffith 
Pat McGlashan 
Seliesa Pembleton 
Dorothee Goldman 
David Hartney 
Judy Grumbacher 



OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Director of Outreach Programs 

Publications Coordinator 

Coordinator of Teacher Services 

Writer/Editor 

Career Awareness Coordinator 

Career Awareness 

Education Specialist 
Special Education Specialist 
Education Specialist 



Ann Bay 

Thomas E. Lowderbaugh 

Janice Majewski 

Michelle Smith 

Clare Cuddy 

Betsy Eisendrath 

Montrose Cones 

Maria Cristina Garcia 
Beth Anne Shaw 
Julia Langdon 



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OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 



Acting Director 
Administrative Officer 
Director, Folkways Records 
Senior Folklorist 
Senior Ethnomusicologist 
Festival Director 
Folklorists 



Curator, Hawai'i Program 
Education Specialist 
Festival Services Manager 
Designer 

Technical Coordinator 
Program Specialist 
Archives Technician 
Audio Visual Production 

Assistant 
Folkways Specialist 
Folkways Assistants 

Assistant Archivist 
Fiscal Technician 
Secretary to the Director 
Clerk/Typist 



Richard Kurin 
Jewell Dulaney 
Anthony Seeger 
Peter Seitel 
Thomas Vennum, Jr. 
Diana Parker 
Olivia Cadaval 
Marjorie Hunt 
Phyllis May-Machunda 
Heliana Portes de Roux 
Frank Proschan 
Nicholas Spitzer 
Richard Kennedy 
Betty Belanus 
Barbara Strickland 
Daphne Shuttleworth 
R. Fred Nahwooksy, Jr. 
Arlene Liebenau 
C. Jeffrey Place 

Guha Shankar 
Dudley Connell 
Linda Breitag 
Edward O'Reilly 
Lori Taylor 
Claudia Telliho 
Diane Green 
Minu Tahmassebi 



OFFICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 



Chairman 
Acting Director 
Special Assistant 
Special Assistant 
Program Specialist 
Administrative Officer 



Wilton S. Dillon 
Carla M. Borden 
Neil G. Kotler 
Dave Warren 
John W. Franklin 
Teresa P. Johnson 



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OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 



Director 

Special Assistant to the Director 
Administrative Officer 
Secretary to the Director 

Pub! ications 



Madeleine Jacobs 
Eileen Hall 
Carolyn Amundson 
Michelle Carr 



Associate Director 
Staff 



Kathryn Lindeman 

John Barrat 

Mary Combs 

Peggy Langrall 

Antoinette van Zelm 

Jo Ann Webb 

Li 1 as Wiltshire 



News Bureau 



Associate Director 
Staff 



Linda St. Thomas 
Coral Alpay 
Johnnie Douthis 
Gabriela Frings 
Cynthia Haley 
Lesl ie Logan (intern) 
David Maxfield 
Kimberly Mayfield 
Ink Mendelsohn 
Vicki Moeser 
Will iam Schulz 
Rachel Sears 



OFFICE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Media Project Developme n t Specialist 

Marketing and Promotion Specialist 

Audio/Visual Production Specialists 



Radio Production Specialists 

Motion Picture Production Specialist 
TV Production Specialist 
Aciranistration Officer 



Paul Johnson 
Karen Loveland 
Elizabeth Brownstein 
Denise Freeland 
Lee Cioff i 
Carolyn Hopewell 
John Meehan 
Jean Quinnette 
Laura Schneider 
Mary Beth Kirchner 
John Tyler 
John Hiller 
Peter R.C. ErjJcson 
Charlotte Brown 



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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION PRESS 



Director 
Deputy Director 
Assistant Director, 
Assistant Director, 
Assistant Director, 
Assistant Director, 
Assistant Director, 



Acquisitions 
General Publications 
Financial Management 
Marketing 
Smithsonian Books 



Administrative Officer 



Felix C. Lowe 
Vincent L. MacDonnell 
Daniel H. Goodwin 
Ruth W. Spiegel 
John R. Ouellette 
Gail Grella 
Patricia Gallagher 
Dorothy Blaska 



University Press Division 

Editor, Special Projects 

Acquisitions Editor, General Humanities 

Acquisitions Editor, Natural Sciences 

Managing Editor, Series Publications 
Production Manager 
Design Manager 
Permissions 



Martin Williams 
Amy Pastan 
Theresa Slowik/ 
Peter Cannell 
Barbara Spann 
Kathleen Brown 
Alan Carter 
Susan Cook 



Senior Editor 



Smithsonian Books Division 

Alexis Doster III 
Recordings Division 



Executive Producer 

Editorial & Design Coordinator 

Book Development 

Executive Editor, Book Development 

Design Coordinator 



Margaret Robinson 
Jane Sapp 



Maureen R. Jacoby/ 
Caroline Newman 
Paula Dailey 



Smithsonian Magazine 



Editor 

Board of Editors: 

Constance Bond 
Caroline A. Despard 
Jim Doherty 
Timothy Foote 
Marl an e A. Liddell 



Publ isher 

Associate Publisher, 
Associate Publisher, 
Associate Publisher, 
Circulation Director 
Director of Production 
Consultants to the Magazine 



Advertising 
Circulation 
Administration 



Don Moser 

Bennett Schiff 
Nancy Seaman 
Paul Trachtman 
John P. Wiley, Jr. 



Joseph J. Bonsignore 
Thomas H. Black 
John O'Donnell 
Carey 0. Randall 
Adeline Sherr 
E. Cherry Doyle 
Edward K. Thompson 
Anne Keating 



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SMITHSONIAN WORLD 



Executive Producer 
Senior Producer 
Series Coordinator 
Production Associate 
Production Assistant 



Adrian Malone 

Sandra Wentworth Bradley 

Kalindi Corens 

Brent Rains 

Mary Pratt 



VISITOR INFORMATION AND ASSOCIATES RECEPTION CENTER 



Director 

Executive Officer 

Assistant for Outreach (Acting) 

Unit Manager, Information Resources 
Division 

Unit Manager, Public Inquiry Mail and 
Telephone Information Services Unit 

Unit Manager, 7-Day Information 
Service Unit 

Unit Manager, Staff, Volunteer, and 
Intern Services 



Mary Grace Potter 
Elizabeth Bennett 
Barbara Bodengraven 
Jane Gardner 

Katherine Neill 

Sherrie Chapman 

Nancy Hinton 



Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 



Assistant Secretary 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 
Executive Assistant 
Research Assistant 
Office Assistant 
Staff Assistant 
List Manager 



Thomas E. Love joy 

Vacant 

Carmen Thorndike 

Martha Hays Cooper 

Lydia Wallick 

Lois Noack 

Christine Louton 



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OFFICE OF MEMBERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT 



Deputy Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs/Director of 
Membership and Development 

Deputy Director 

Director of Development 
Activities 

Development Officers 



Technical Information Officer 
Special Assistant to the 

Director 
Administrative Officer 



Thomas McCance, Jr. 
E. Jeffrey Stann 

Diana Duncan 
Donna Ari 
Elba Arrocha 
Arthur Gardner 
Bonnie Miller 
Marita O'Hare 
Michael Syphax 
Margaret Turner 
Susan Kalcik 

Gwendolen Leighty 
Carol Nottingham 



SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL ASSOCIATE PROGRAM 

Director Joseph Carper 

Lecture and Seminar 

and Research Expedition Programs 

Program Manager Charlene James-Duguid 

Contributing Membership Program 

Program Manager Fern Segerlind 

Corporate Associate Program 

Program Manager Neill Heath 

Associates Travel Program 

Program Manager Barbara Tuceling 



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RESIDENT ASSOCIATE PROGRAM 



Director 

Associate Director, Administration 
Associate Director, Programming 
Program Managers 



Program Coordinators 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 
Development Officer 
Public Affairs Officer 
Membership and Registration 

Manager 
Assistant Membership and 

Registration Manager 
Assistant Registration Manager 
Marketing Manager 
Business Office Manager 
Volunteer Coordinator 

OFFICE OF SPECIAL EVENTS 

Director 

Special Events Coordinators 



Secretary 

OFFICE OF CONGRESSIONAL LIAISON 

Director 

Congressional Relations Specialist 
Congressional Relations Specialist 
Congressional Relations Assistant 



Janet W. Solinger 

Michael Cassidy 

Edmund H. Worthy, Jr. 

Roslyn C. Beitler 

Anna Caravel i 

Joanne Gigliotti 

Moya B. King 

Marcus L. Overton 

Katherine Wood 

Susan Lee Swarthout 

Penelope Pigott Dann 

Margo Del Vecchio 

Karen M. Gray 

Harriet McNamee 

Kathryn Stafford 

Edward Taylor 

Jacgueline Hicks Grazette 

Joan Cole 

Dennis R. Smoot 

Claudette E. Moore 
Xenia Sorokin Arnelle 
Frances C. Jacobowitz 
Crystal Pruitt Fleary 
Susan R. Mond 



Barbara Spraggins 
Edmund Anderson 
Kathleen Bauer 
Cheryl Gibney 
Maria Chavez 



Margaret C. Gaynor 
Carey M. Wilkins 
Manuel J. Melendez 
Mariko C. Murray 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVES 

Assistant Secretary Alice Green Burnette 

Special Assistant Daniel K. Stevenson 

Program Officer Lois A. Noack 

Secretary Donna R. Attaway 



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OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION 



Assistant Secretary 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 
Special Assistant 
Ombudsman 

OFFICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 

Director 

Program Manager 

Program Manager, Complaints 

Program Manager, Affirmative Action 

OFFICE OF FACILITIES SERVICES 



John F. Jameson 
Elizabeth Beuck Derbyshire 
Howard Toy 
Chandra P. Heilman 



Will Douglas, Jr. 
Carol Gover 
Robert L. Osborne 
Diane Cook-Lee 



Director Richard L. Siegle 

OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

Director Cynthia R. Field 

Historic Preservation Specialist Amy Ballard 
Registrar, Smithsonian Furnishings 

Collection Richard E. Stamm 
Conservator, Smithsonian Furnishings 

Collection Peter L. Muldoon 

Senior Architectural Historian Rafael Crespo 

Senior Architectural Historian Mina Marefat 

Records Manager Beatrice Hurd 

OFFICE OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Manager, Management Systems Staff 

Chief, Planning Division 

Chief, Design Division 

Chief, Construction Division 

Program Manager, NMAH 

Program Manager, NMNH 



Phillip K. Reiss 
David L. Slingerland 
James N. Guandolo 
Harold J . Rombach 
William L. Thomas 
Thomas P. Myers 
Aris T. Allen 
Don W. Dormstetter 



OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY 



Director 

Executive Officer 

Chief, Environmental Management 

Division 
Chief, Fire Protection Division 
Chief, Safety Division 



F. William Billingsley 
Andrew W. McCoy 

Ruth E. Lantzy 
J . Andrew Wilson 
Walter G. Bailey 



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OFFICE OF PLANT SERVICES 



Director 
Deputy Director 
Administrative Officer 
Assistant Director, Physical 
Plant Services 

Chief, Utilities Operations 
Chief, Crafts Operations 
Assistant Director, Engineering 
and Support Services ' 

Chief, Engineering Services 
Chief, Support Services 



Michael R. League 
Michael J. Sofield 
Judith A. Cooper 

William M. Adams 
Harry I . Goodman 
John W. Libby 

Lawrence D. Stuebing 
Howard Wink, Jr. 
Charles W. Arthur, Jr. 



OFFICE OF PROTECTION SERVICES 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Administrative Officer 

Chief, Protection Service 

Chief, Security Systems Division 

Chief, Security Services Division 

Medical Officer 

Security Officer, Cooper-Hewitt 



Robert B. Burke 
G. Clifford Boocks 
Robert D. Seabolt 
Jay W. Chambers 
Barton B. Rinehart 
Thomas W. Bresson 
J. Andrew Armer, M.D. 
Luis A. Palau 



OFFICE OF INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 

Director Vincent J. Marcalus 
Acting Manager, Information System 

Division William Lawson 

Manager, Computer Systems Management Div. George Anderson 

Manager, Communication Management Div. John Moreci 

Manager, Information Management Division Rae L. Thompson 
Manager, Information Support Services 

Division Joseph Russo 

Administrative Officer Donald L. Wilhelm 

MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS OFFICE 



Director 

Assistant Director 
Chief, Operations 



John G. Motheral 
James M. Young 
Iris Pickens 



OFFICE OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 



Acting Director 

Assistant Director for Operations 

Acting Assistant Director for Policy 

and Programs 
Benefits Officer 
Labor Relations Officer 



Barry M. Pierce 
Peter McSwain 

Nancy L. Johns 
Anthony Kohlrus 
Nancy L. Johns 



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OFFICE OF PLANNING AND BUDGET 



Director 

Assistant Director, Planning 

Assistant Director, Federal Compliance 

and Reporting 
Assistant Director, Budget Formulation 

and Execution 



Nancy D. Suttenfield 
Robert L. Farrell 

Mary J . Rodriguez 

Richard S . Haas 



OFFICE OF PRINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Production Control Officer 

Chief, Special Events/Photography Branch 

Chief, Laboratory Branch 

Chief, Services Branch 

Chief, NASM Branch 

Chief, NMNH Branch 

Chief, Color Branch 

Chief, Duplicating Branch 



James H. Wallace, Jr. 
Lorie H. Aceto 
Mary Ellen McCaffrey 
Richard Hofmeister 
Edes H. Talman 
Joyce M. Goulait 
Dale Hrabak 
Victor Krantz 
Joe A. Goulait 
Herman Thompson 



OFFICE OF PROCUREMENT AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 



Director 

Deputy Director 

Manager, Contracts and Procurement 

Divisions 
Chief, Contracts Division 
Chief, Procurement Division 
Manager, Programs and Property Divisions 
Chief, Property Management Division 
Administrative Officer 



Robert P. Perkins 
John W. Cobert 

Vacant 

George J . Zumpf 
Helen L. Donaldson 
Robert J . Lewin 
Joseph W. Swihart 
Willa H. Afshar 



OFFICE OF TRAVEL SERVICES 



Director 

Travel Assistant 



Judith Petroski 
Carol P. Ailes 



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THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER 
FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS STAFF 

Chairman 
Artistic Director 



Ralph P. Davidson 
Marta Istomin 



CULTURAL DIVERSITY AFFAIRS 



Director 



Archie L. Buffkins 



DEVELOPMENT 

Director 

Associate Director 
Associate Director 
Associate Director 



Jillian H. Poole 
Marc Breslaw 
Barbara A. Hall 
Thomas J. Mader 



EDUCATION 

Director 

Deputy Director/ 

Alliance for Arts Education 
Theater for Young People 
National Symphony Orchestra 
American College 

Theater Festival 



Jack W. Kukuk 



David R. 
Carole C 
Carole J, 



Humphrey 
Sullivan 
Wysocki 



David Young 



FINANCE 

Director 

Personnel Manager 

Payroll Manager 

Controller 

Data Systems Manager 

Budget Director 



Clifton B. Jeter 
Sandra E. Bissell 
Lee Caldwell 
Nancy H. Fleeter 
Steven D. Hacker 
Kathleen L. Plovanich 



FRIENDS OF THE KENNEDY CENTER 
Director Peg Allen 



OPERATIONS 

Director 

Director of Procurement 
Director of Planning 
and Building Services 



Geraldine M. Otremba 
Thomas A. Hickok 

Beth W. Newbold 



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PRODUCTIONS AND THEATERS 

General Manager Drew Murphy 

of Theaters 
Administrator for 

Artistic Programming Sheldon Schwartz 
Theater Operations Manager Randy Weeks 



PUBLIC AFFAIRS, MARKETING 
AND ADVERTISING 

Division Director/ 

Director of Public Affairs Laura Longley 

Director of Media Relations Tiki Davies 

Director of Marketing John H. McAuliffe 

Director of Advertising Joanne B. Steller 



SPECIAL EVENTS 
Director Charlotte Woolard 

NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Executive Director Stephen Klein 

General Manager Richard B. Hancock 



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STAFF, NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART 

Office of the President 

President John R. Stevenson 

Office of the Director 

Director J. Carter Brown 

Special Assistant Robert Bowen 

Executive Assistant Angela LoRe 

Office of the Deputy Director 

Deputy Director Roger Mandle 

Curator of Education Linda Downs 

Editor Frances Smyth 

Chief of Exhibition Programs. . D. Dodge Thompson 

Executive Librarian Neal T. Turtell 

Chief, Photographic Laboratory. Richard Amt 

Head, Photographic Services . . Ira A. Bartfield 

Head, Extension Programs. . . . Ruth R. Perlin 
Acting Head, Art Information 

Service Christopher With 

Curator of Photographic 

Archives Ruth Rowe Philbrick 

Chief, Department of Design 

and Installation Gaillard F. Ravenel 

Managing Curator, Records 

and Loans Suzannah Fabing 

Registrar Mary E. Suzor 

Head, Department of Loans and 

National Lending Service. . . Stephanie Belt 
Assistant to the Deputy 

Director Carol Kelley 

Curators 

Senior Curator, Curator of 

Prints and Drawings Andrew C. Robison, Jr 

Curator of French Prints. . . . H. Diane Russell 

Curator of Italian Drawings . . Margaret Morgan 

Grasselli 

Curator of Contemporary Prints. Ruth Fine 
Curators of Northern Renaissance 

Painting John 0. Hand 

Curator of Southern Renaissance 

Painting David A. Brown 

Curator of Northern Baroque 

Painting Arthur K. Wheelock 

Curator of Southern Baroque. 

Painting Diane DeGrazia 

Curator of American Art .... Nicolai Cikovsky 

Curator of Sculpture Douglas Lewis 

Curator of Modern Painting. . . Charles S. Moffett 
Curator of Twentieth-Century 

Art Jack Cowart 

Chief of Conservation Ross M. Merrill 



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Office of External Affairs 

External Affairs Officer. . . . Joseph J. Krakora 

Special Events Genevra Higginson 

Public Information Ruth Kaplan 

Corporate Relations Elizabeth A. C. Weil 

President's Office, Special 

Project, Patrons' Permanent 

Fund Laura E. Smith 

Music George Manos 

Office of the Secretary-General Counsel 

Secretary-General Counsel . . . Philip C. Jessup, Jr 
Associate Secretary-General 

Counsel Elizabeth A. Croog 

Assistant Secretary Kathryn K. Bartfield 

Chief Archivist, Gallery 

Archives Maygene Daniels 

Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts 

Dean Henry A. Millon 

Associate Dean Marianna S. Simpson 

Office of the Treasurer 

Treasurer Daniel Herrick 

Assistant Treasurer Michael W. Levine 

Office of the Administrator 

Administrator Anne B. Evans 

Personnel Officer Michael B. Bloom 

Facility Manager Gregg A. Reynolds 



READING IS FUNDAMENTAL, INC. 



Chairman of the Board 

President 

Director of Special Projects 

Director of Development 

Director of Supplier and 

Organizational Relations 
Director of Finance 
Director of Programs 
Director, Systems, Computer 

and Support Operations 
Manager, Computer and Support 

Services 
Deputy Director, Finance 
Senior Writer/Editor 
Manager of Educational Services 
Program Coordinator 



Mrs. Elliot Richardson 
Ruth Graves 
Nancy Sullivan 
Wade St. Clair 

Barbara B. Atkinson 
Christina Mead 
James Wendorf 

Don Perron 

Mary Weaver 
Donna M. Wagley 
Gail Oerke 
Victoria J. Heland 
Krystal Patrick 



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Director 


Charles Blitzer 


Deputy Director 


Samuel F. Wells, Jr 


Associate Director 


Jon E. Yellin 


Director of Publications 


Glenn W. LaFantasie 


Assistant Director for Fellowships 


Ann C. Sheffield 


Director of Development 


Moira E. Egan 


Librarian 


Zdenek V. David 


Special Assistant to the Director 


Dominic S. Cooper 


Special Assistant to the Director 




for Public Affairs 


George L. Seay 


Program Director, American Society 




and Politics 


Michael J. Lacey 


Program Director, Asia 


Mary B. Bullock 


Program Director, East Europe 


John R. Lampe 


Program Director, International 




Security Studies 


Robert S. Litvak 


Program Director, Kennan Institute 




for Advanced Russian Studies 


Blair A. Ruble 


Program Director, Latin America 


Joseph S. Tulchin 


Program Director, West Europe 


Michael H. Haltzel 


Project Director, Media Studies 


Philip S. Cook 


Publisher, Wilson Quarterly 


Warren B. Syer 


Editor, Wilson Quarterly 


Jay Tolson 



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Appendix 7 

Donors to the Smithsonian in Fiscal Year 1989 



The Board of Regents and the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution join with the 
entire staff in thanking all of the Institution's friends for their generous financial sup- 
port, for their gifts to the collections, and for in-kind donations, each category being 
listed separately below. Within these categories donors are listed by bureau of office, 
with a brief description of the gift where appropriate. If perchance the name of any 
donor has been omitted from these lists, it is an inadvertence and in no way diminishes 
the Institution's gratitude. Many gifts were received from donors who prefer to remain 
anonymous; the Smithsonian wishes to thank them, too, for their generosity. 



Donors of Financial Support 

INTERNATIONAL CENTER 

Donors of Financial Support 

$500,000 or more $1,000 or more 

Sociedad Estatal para la Smithsonian Outreach Fund 

Ejecucion de Programas del Xerox Corporation 

Quinto Centenario C i t ic orp /C it ibank 

Sociedad General de Television Neill and Company 
S.A. 

$100,000 or more $500 or more 

Smithsonian Special Exhibition The Honorable William A. 

Fund Hewitt 
Rockefeller Foundation 

$10,000 or more 
National Science Foundation 
U.S. Agency for International 

D evelopment 
UNESCO 
U.S. /Man and the Biosphere 

P rogram 



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NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10,000 or more 
Barbara Cox Anthony Foundation 
Sulzberger Foundation 
Zoologische Gesellschaft 
David Shepard Conservation Fund 
Wildlife Preservation Trust 

International , Inc . 
Warner Communications Inc. 
Irvin &. Kenneth Feld Products, Inc. 
Mars Foundation 
World Wildlife Fund 

$5,000 or more 
Bristol Myers Co. 
Jean Feys, M.D. 
Ruth S. Holmberg 
G. W. Knight International House 
Conservation Treaty Support Fund 



$ 1 , 000 or more 
Australian Womens Association 
Helen Dettweiler 
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation 
Louise Reinhardt, Perrybell 

Investment Trust 
Mzuri Wildlife Foundation 
Preecha Ratanaporn 

$250 or more 
Sea/ Air Expo U.S. Navy League 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES 

Donor of Financial Support 

$5, 000 or more 
The Dibner Fund, Inc. 



SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE 
Donors of Financial Support 



$10,000 or more 
Exxon Corporation 

$5,000 or more 
The International Foundation 



$500 or more 
Mildred and Harry Silberglied 



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Anacostia Museum 
Donors of Financial Support 
$30,000 or more 

■ 

Smithsonian Institution Educational 
Outreach Funds 

Education Department 

Donor of Financial Support 

$2,000 or more 

Women's Committee of the Smithsonian 
Associates 



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ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART 



Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 
The Pew Charitable Trusts 

$50,000 or more 
J. Paul Getty Trust 
The Henry Luce Foundation 

$10,000 or more 
David Schwartz Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. Benjamin D. Holloway 
Lannan Foundation 
Margery and Harry Kahn 

Philanthropic Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manoogian 
Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Roberts 
Mr. and Mrs. John N. 

Rosekrans, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro 
The Brown Foundation, Inc. 
The Leslie Fay Companies, Inc. 
The Times Mirror Foundation 
Warner Communications, Inc. 
Mr. Dave H. Williams 

$5,000 or more 
Mr. Ellsworth Alvord 
ARCO Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip I. Berman 
Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Berry 
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Broad 
Mr. and Mrs. David Carlson 
Dorothy Jordan Chadwick Fund 
Fieldstead & Company 
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Q. Fiterman 
Fried, Frank, Harris, and Shriver 
Gerald W. Chamberlin 

Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. Hugh Halff, Jr. 
Joseph Coudon VII Fund 
Mrs. Jacob Kainen 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Kendall 
Mr. Meredith J. Long 
Miss Julienne M. Michel 
Mr. Mayer Mitchell 
Nina A. Werblow Charitable Trust 
Mrs. William L. Richards 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roob 
Mr. Alan E. Schwartz 
Mr. Joel M. Simon 
Mrs. Otto L. Spaeth 



Mr. and Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman 
Mrs. Keith S. Wellin 

$1,000 or more 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Applebaum 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ash 
Babcock Galleries 
Mr. Louis C. Baker 
Mr. W. N. Banks 
Mrs. Donna Barnett 
Mr. and Mrs. Bogdan Baynert 
Mrs. F. Henry Berlin 
Ms. Daniele D. Bodini 
Mr. Gary Breitweiser 
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Butcher 
Mrs. Samuel C. Butler 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Camden 
Caskey & Lees 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Z. Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Coville 
Mr. Trammell Crow 
Mr. Edgar M. Cullman 
Mrs. Susan L. Cullman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Danziger 
Mrs. Francis de Marneffe 
Mr. Lawrence F. Du Mouchelle 
Mr. and Mrs. Ahmet Ertegun 
Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Etkin 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. 

Fisher III 
Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman 
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ganz, Jr. 
Dr. Mario Garreffo 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Getty 
Mr. Arnold B. Glimcher 
Mr. Sanford D. Greenberg 
Harvey S. Firestone Foundation 
Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. 
Harry W. and Diana Hind 
Dr. and Mrs. David Jacknow 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Jacques 
Mr. and Mrs. David Jensen 
Dr. Helen Jessup 
Joshua Baer, Incorporated 
Mr. Walter Keating 
Mrs. James D. Klingbeil 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. 

Klingenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kohlenberg 



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Mrs. Linda Noe Laine 

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Landsman 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Leopold 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Levy 

Dr. and Mrs. Kim K. Lie 

Ms. Cheryl Hall Lindsay 

Lt. General and Mrs. Sam 

Maddux, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manney 
Mrs. William A. Marsteller 
Mrs. Edgar Masinter 
Matteucci Galleries, Ltd. 
Maxwell Galleries, Ltd. 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mehran 
Dr. Martyna Miskinis 
Mrs. R. D. Murray 
Odyssey Partners 
Mrs. Gloria R. Oppenheimer 
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Partrich 
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Potamkin 
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott K. Schlain 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Schubot 
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Schultz 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Silver 
Mr. Joseph B. Slatkin 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Maury L. Spanier 
Mr. Ira Spanierman 
Mr. Jerry I. Speyer 
Ms. Susan Stary-Sheets 
Mr. and Mrs. George Strumbos 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Susman 
Mr. Hollis Taggart 
The Barra Foundation, Inc. 
The Eclectic Framer 
The Pace Gallery of 

New York, Inc. 
Mr. Alan Tishman 
Mr. Richard A. Voell 
Mrs. William C. Wallstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasserman 
Mrs. Paul L. Wattis 
Mrs. Joseph Weinstein 
Westview Gallery 
Williams Fine Art 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey 
Mr. R. Frederick Woolworth 
Mr. Richard T. York 
Young' s Fine Art 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zeff 

$500 or more 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Acevedo 
Mrs. Lee W. Alberts 



The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph L. 

Alioto 
Dr. Lourdes V. Andaya 
Mr. and Mrs. Derby F. Anderson 
Arlington Gallery 
Mrs. A. W. Berg 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bradley 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Theodore Brosch 
Mrs. Constance G. Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buck 
Dr. Irving F. Burton 
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Carroll 
Cincinnati Art Galleries 
Coe Kerr Gallery, Inc. 
Mrs. Chisholm Cole 
Mr. Joseph E. Cole 
Mr. and Mrs. James J. 

Coleman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Conrad 
Mr. Michael R. Hackett 
Mrs. Ellen R. Cooper 
Mrs. Polly Blakeley Davidson 
Mrs. Sheila C. Davidson 
Mrs. David E. Davis 
Mrs. Elizabeth De Cuevas 
Mrs. John de Menil 
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart B. Denenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Douglas 
Mr. William J. Doyle 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Dubin 
Mr. Charles H. Duggan 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving F. Dworkin 
Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 
Mrs. Beatrice Elkin 
Mrs. John V. Erickson 
Ms. Jane Evans 
Ms. Geraldine Fabrikant 
Mr. Alfred Feinman 
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Feldman 
Mr and Mrs. Arnold I. Feuerman 
Ms. Natalie Fielding 
Mrs. George R. Fink 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Fisher 
Mr. George Hopper Fitch 
Mr. Lawrence A. Fleischman 
Mrs. William Clay Ford 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Forsch 
Ms. Jacqueline Fowler 
Mrs. Helena Fraser 
Mrs. Harriet Friedlander 
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Friedman 
Mr. Frederic J. Fuller, Jr. 



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and Mrs. Y£*.ie Gins&urg 
and Mrs. Henry Goldberg 
and Mrs. Richard Goldman 

Mary Louise Goodrich 
and Mrs . Harold Gordon 
and Mrs. Richard W. Goss II 
Graham Gallery 
Mrs. Bernard A. Greenberg 
and Mrs. Peter Haas 

Lauren PoplaCk Hallinan 
Armand Hammer 
Christopher B. Hemmeter 
Joseph Hardy 
John H. Harrington 

Alfred C. Harrison 
and Mrs. Thomas Hatz 
and Mrs. Scott R. Heldfond 
R. H. Hering 

Peter M. Holbrook 
and Mrs. Gedale Horowitz 
and Mrs. Richard E. Hyde 

Philip Iselin 
and Mrs. Paul Jacobowitz 
Jacobs 
George F. 



Mr. 
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Dean G. 
and Mrs. 
Jewett, Jr 
Mr. and Mrs. 
and Mrs. 
Lester E 
and Mrs. 
and Mrs. 
and Mrs . 
and Mrs. 
and Mrs. 
. Keeler 



Mr. 

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Henry C. Jonnson 
Maxwell Jospey 

Kabacof f 
John Kantgias 
Leonard Kasle 
John Katz 
Eli Kaufman 
Jack M. Kaufman 



and Mrs. John Klingenstein 

Estelle M. Konheim 
Richard Kughn 
and Mrs. David Leader 
and Mrs. Edwin Deane Leonard 

Arabella Levorsen 
and Mrs. Bernard E. Linden 
and Mrs. Peter K. Loeb 

Lyons Ltd. Antique Prints 

Mallah, Furman, & Co., P. A. 

Mrs. Fleur Manning 

Dr. and Mrs. William Margaretten 

Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Marsh 

Mr. Sorrell Mathes 

Mrs. Walter Maynard, Jr. 

Mrs. Susan McClatchy 

Mrs. Marian S. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse, Jr. 

Ms. Blanche W. Moss 



Mrs 
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. E. Clarence Mularoni 

Jack Nash 

and Mrs. Paul L. Nine 

Alexander Papamarkou 

and Mrs. Noel Perry 

and Mrs. Melvin A. Peters 

and Mrs. David Pollack 
s Shirley Polykoff 

and Mrs. Hughes L. Potiker 

and Mrs. Leo Rabkin 

and Mrs. Dana M. Raymond 

and Mrs. Arthur Reis 
. Mary Louise K. Robinson 
. John D. Rockefeller 3rd 
. James J. Rorimer 
. Benjamin H. Rose III 

John S. Rosekrans 
sell MacMasters & Associates 
. Madeline H. Russell 

and Mrs. Ira Sahlman 

and Mrs. William F. Sankovich 

Walter Scheuer 

and Mrs. Sherwin Schreier 
. Rudolph B. Schulhof 

Ronald Schwarz 
. Stuart R. Shamberg 

William E. Slaughter, Jr. 

and Mrs. Norman Sloman 

and Mrs. Lloyd E. Smith 
. Shelda Soble 

and Mrs. Alex G. Spanos 
vens Press Total Graphic 

and Mrs. John R. Stevenson 
F. G. Strachan 
Louise B. Stroh 

and Mrs. Harold Tanner 
Thacher 
Edward C. Topham 

Gramercy Park Foundation 

Duane A. Wakeham 

Brooks Walker, Jr. 
Philip Waterman, Jr. 
S. Wilson 

and Mrs. Warren R. Woodward 

and Mrs. Roy Zurkowski 



James F. 
and Mrs. 



and Mrs. 

and Mrs . 

Wallace 



$250 or more 
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Aberly 
Adamson-Duvannes Galleries 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Ahee 
Mr. Arthur G. Altschul 
Mr. Newton Duke Angier 
Mr. W. Graham Arader III 
Mrs. Leslie H. Arps 



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Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Austin 

Mr. Robert Bahssin 

Mr. Robert Brown Baker 

Dr. and Mrs. James Bannon 

Barclay Simpson, Inc. 

Mr. Edward Larrabee Barnes 

Ms. Lola M. Bauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beattie 

Mr. Anthony Belluschi 

Ms. Pamela Bensoussan 

Berry-Hill Galleries, Inc. 

Mrs. Marcia Allen Bielfield 

Mrs. Charles L. Biggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blanck 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bloch 

Mr. John Bloom 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blumenstein 

Mrs . Harry Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borman 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bortz , Jr. 

Mr. William Breslan 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Brown 

Bryce R. Bannatyne, Jr., & Co. 

Mrs. John Lee Nunce 

Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Burnstine 

Mr. Scott Burton 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Butler 

Butterfield & Butterfield 

Mrs. Martin L. Butzel 

Carlson Gallery 

Mr and Mrs . Ralph Chapa 

Christie's Associates 

Mr. J. F. Churchill 

Ms. J. Linzee Coolidge 

Mrs. Louise Davies 

Mr. Bruce A. Davis 

Mr. Mark G. Davis 

Dean G. Jacobs & Associates, Inc. 

Ms. Christiane P. DeBord 

Michael and Dudley Del Balso 

Mrs. Gladys Krieble Delmas 

Ms. Margaret H. Demant 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Doerer 

Double K. Gallery 

Mrs. Dorothy Dunitz 

Eckert Fine Art 

Mr. Gilbert S. Edelson 

Ms. Lois Ehrenfeld 

Mr. Joseph M. Erdelac 

Mrs. Jimmy Ernst 

Mr. Robert S. Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Evans 

Mr. Stuart P. Feld 

Mr. Stephen W. Fess 



Mrs. Phillip Finn 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

Fleischer, Jr. 
Mr. Christopher Forbes 
Mrs. Walter B. Ford II 
Ms. Trudy Foster 
Foxley Cattle Company 
Mrs. Daniel Fraad 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Fried 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Frolich 
Mr. Blair Fuller 
Mr. Ernest Gallo 
Gasperi Folk Art Gallery 
Mr. Roger Genser 
Ms. Irene S. Gerber 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Goldman 
Ms . Marcia Goode 
Grand Central Art Galleries 
Mrs. Robert S. Greenbaum 
Mr. Michael R. Hackett 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hale 
Dr. Susan and Mr. Harold 

Schreiber 
Mrs. Alfred Harriman 
Mrs. Iola S. Haverstick 
Mr. R. A. Hearst 
Mrs. Randolph A. Hearst 
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 
Ms. Frances Wyatt Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz 
Mr. David J. Howard 
Mr. Thomas Howe 
Mrs. William White Howells 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karr 
IBM Corporation 
Jack Parker Antiques 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Jacob 
Mrs. Morris I. Jaffee 
Jan Holloway Gallery 
Mrs. Maxine C. Johnson 
Mr. Stanley Day and Ms. Lynn Day 
Mrs. Sallie B. Kelly 
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Kendrick 
Kennedy Galleries, Indc. 
Ms. Jill Knoth 
Mr . Wayne Koonce 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Krandall 
Mrs. Sylvia Krause 
Miss Antoinette Kraushaar 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Kulis 
Mrs. Rogers Kyes 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Lane 
Mr. Leonard Lauder 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Leidesdorf 



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Ms. Chrysanthy Leones 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Luhn 

Mr. Russell Lynes 

Mr. C. Richard MacGrath 

Mrs. Marion Berger Maker 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Malkin 

Mrs. James S. Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Marra 

Mr. David McCabe 

Mr. Porter A. McCray 

Mr. Jay D. McEvoy 

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

Medici Books 

Ms. Elaine Mein 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Meltzer 

Mrs. Peter Michael 

Mrs. John E. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Milstein 

Montgomery Gallery 

Mr. Raymond D. Nasher 

Native American Art 

Neal R. Smith Fine Art 

Caren Nederlander, Ph.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Milford Nemer 

Miss Jane Newhall 

Mrs . Annalee Newman 

Mr. and Mrs. L. James Newman 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nusbaum 

Dr. and Mrs. Kevin T. O'Donnell 

Mr. Calvin W. Odom 

Mrs. Harris K. Oppenheimer 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Orthwein 

Mrs. Henry Pearlman 

Mr. Frank Perry and Ms. Barbara 

Goldsmith 
Mr. and Mrs. Ned L. Pines 
Dr. and Mrs. Terry Podolsky 
Property Capital Associates 
Mrs. James A. Rawley 
Mr. Harold Reed 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richter 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosekrans 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rosenfeld 
Dulcie and Norman H. Rosenfeld 
Mr. Arthur Ross 
Mary, Viscountess Rothermere 
Mrs. Sunne Savage-Neuman 
Dr. Ivan C. Schatten 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schoenith 
Mr. Alan E. Schwartz 
Mrs. John Sculley 



Mrs . Edward Sexton 

Mr. Lawrence A. Shar 

Mrs. Maryanna G. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Slatkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Snider 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solway 

Mr. Joel Spear, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Stiles II 

Mrs. Robert W. Stoddard 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stollman 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stoneman 

Mrs. Philip A. Straus 

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Sulkes 

Mr. David J. Supino 

Susan Cummins Gallery 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Swig 

Maryann and Kenneth Taylor 

Ted Mills Fine Art 

Mr. Richard Teller 

The Annex Galleries 

The Beinecke Foundation 

The Lachaise Foundation 

The North Point Gallery 

The Redfern Gallery 

Mr. Don Treadway 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Trotter 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tucker 

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Usher 

Vahlkamp & Probst Gallery 

Mrs. Joseph A. Vance, Jr. 

Mr. Abbot W. Vose 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Waldmann 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Weinberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Weinstock 

Mrs. Elaine G. Weitzen 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wertz 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Westheimer 

William A. Kargas Fine Art 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wineman 

Ms. Paula Young 

Mrs. Guri Lee Zeckendorf 



ARTHUR M. SACKLER G ALLER Y 

Donors of Financial Support 

$500,000 or more 

Arthur M. Sackler Foundation 

$100,000 or more 

Estate of Leon Pomerance 

$50,000 or more 

Mrs. Else Sackler 

$10,000 or more 

Anonymous 

Mr. Bahman Batmanghelidj 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 

Arthur M. Sackler Foundation 

United Technologies Corporation 

The Washington Post 



$1,000 or more 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip I. Berman 
Mr. Joseph F. Fletcher, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geniesse 
Mr. Forhad Hakimzedeh 
Mr. Ali Iravani 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newbill 
Pritzker Foundation 
Women's Committee of the 
Smithsonian Associates 



$500 or more 

Mrs. Layla Diba 

Mr. and Mrs. Gholam-Reza Golsorkhi 

Barry and Beverly Pierce 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth X. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Hosseinali Soudavar 

Mrs. Louise Sagalyn 

The Toledo Museum of Art 



$250 or more 



Mr. Khosro Eghbal 
Mrs. Shahnaz Faily 
Mr. John G. Ford 
Mr. Alvin Morgans te in 
Dr. and Mrs. Ghassem A. Nejad 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nitze 
Dr. Faral Feri Sadeghian 
Mrs. Nancy Saidi 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner 
Weschler's Auctioneers and 
Appraisers 



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Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

Cornice Colbert 

Shell Oil Company Foundation 
Smithsonian Institution Special 
Exhibitions Fund 

$50,000 or more 

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the 

Visual Arts 
Regents Collections Acquisition Program 

$10,000 or more 

American Express Company 

American Friends of the Vatican Library 

Banco di Santo Spirito 

Brunschwig & f ils , Inc. 

Dutch American West-India Company 

Foundation, Inc . 
Helena Rubinstein Foundation 
James Smithson Society 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stiebel 
The New York Times Company Foundation 
Van Munching & Co . , Inc . 

$5,000 or more 

Henri Bendel 

Bristol-Myers Company 

The Conde Nast Publications, Inc. 

Koppers Company, Inc. 

The Joe and Emily Lowe Foundation, Inc. 

Herman Miller 

New York State Council on the Arts 

The Ohrstrom Foundation, Inc. 

Charles E. Sampson Memorial Trust 

Matthew F. Schutz 

$1,000 or more 

ABN Bank 

Anheuser Busch, Inc. 

Anonymous 

Barneys New York 

Mr. and Mrs. Moreton Binn 

Mrs. Karen Johnson Boyd 

Mario Buatta 

Alan Campbell, Inc. 

The Compton Foundation 

Consolidated Edison Company of New York 



National Association of Dealers in 

Antiquities 
Hunter Douglas, Inc. 
Gilman Paper Company 
Alice Gottsman 

The Henry J. and Drue Heinz Foundation 
Hermes of Paris, Inc. 
IBM Corporation 
IFINT-USA Inc. 
Island Restaurant 
Lincoln Kirstein 
Mrs. Jean C. Lindsey 
Lister Butler, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Lynes 
MacMillan Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse, Jr. 
Nancy & Company 
Rabobank Nederland 
Rockefeller Foundation 
Salomon , Inc . 

Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc. 
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 
Frances D. Smyth 
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Stanton 
Mrs. Lisa M. Taylor 
Tiffany & Co. 

Wertheim Schroder & Company 
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publishers 
Women's Committee of the Smithsonian 

Associates 

$500 or more 

Mrs. Robert C. Allen 

Mrs. Diana L. Altschul 

Bill Blass Ltd. 

Grey Advertising 

Edith W. MacGuire 

Pauline Metcalf 

Edward Munves, Jr. 

Paper White Ltd. 

Lindley D. Paskus 

Mary Jane Pool 

Mrs. Carl L. Selden 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Brooks Smith 

Smithsonian Magazine 

$250 or more 

Herve Aaron 
Paul P. Acetta 



Nancy M. Araicangelo 

Ara's Gallery, Oriental Rugs 

Sarah E. Barnes 

Doris Leslie Blau 

Elizabeth P. Borish 

Mrs. Thomas A. Cassilly 

John P. Connors 

Phyllis Dearborn-Massar 

Dover Publications 

First Editions 

Joseph Gardner 

Robin Colin-Greene 

June Greenwald Antiques 

Bernard Haber 



Vivian G. Heffran 

Leigh Keno 

Mrs . Beverly Lang Pierce 

Andrew S . Lazarus 

David P. Lindquist 

James Parker 

Stephen M. Sans 

Scalamandre Silks 

Cecile D. Schacht 

Keith E. Sender 

Mason Slaine 

Christian Srb 

David L. Torrey 

Lillian Vernon Corporation 



FREER GALLERY OF ART 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

Estate of John S. Thacher 
(Edward Waldo Forbes Fund) 

$50,000 or more 

James Smithson Society 

$10,000 or more 

Estate of John K. Havemeyer 

(Harold P. Stern Memorial Fund) 



$5,000 or more 

Mary Livingston Griggs and 

Mary Griggs Burke Foundation 
Ellen Bayard Veedon Foundation 

$1,000 or more 

Women's Committee of the 
Smithsonian Associates 

$250 or more 

Weschler's Auctioneers and 
Appraisers 



HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 
Donors of Financial Support 



$50,000 or more 
Jerome Greene 



$1,000 or more 
Leonard Yaseen Foundation 



$10,000 or more 
Agnes Gund 
Lewis Unitrust 



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NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 
Donors of Financial Support 



$100,000 or more 
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 
Lotus Development Corporation 
Intel Corporation 
Northrop Corporation 



$50,000 or more 
Kraft Incorporated 
Colgate-Palmolive Company 
International Telecommunications 

Satellite Organization 
Grumman Corporation 
Oracle Corporation 
Maxell Corporation Of America 
Rockwell International Corp. 
Hitachi America, LTD. 
United Technologies Corporation 
United Technologies Sikorsky 

Aircraft 

$10,000 or more 
Diasonics, Inc. 
Mr. Rinaldo Piaggio 
Buehler Aviation Research 
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours 

& Company (Inc.) 
Dentsu Incorporated 
Federal Express Corp. 
GE Aircraft Engines Company 
John D. and Catherine T. 

MacArthur Foundation 
Prime Computer, Inc. 
American Movie Classics Company 
American Finance Group 
Syntex Laboratories, Inc. 
S.C. Johnson and Son, Inc. 
M&M/Mars 

Fairchild Industries, Inc. 
NeXT, Inc. 

General Dynamics Corp. 
The Dudley Observatory 
Cincinnati Insurance Company 
Air Line Pilots Association 
The Perkin-Elmer Corporation 



$5,000 or more 
Cubic Corporation 
Atomic Library 

Texas Instruments Incorporated 
Association Of Naval Aviation 
Hughes Aircraft Company 
Ccega Watch Corporation 
American Telephone & Telegraph 
Xerox Credit Corporation 
Time-Life Books, Inc. 
Rolls Royce, Inc. 



$1,000 or more 
Apple Computer, Inc. 
General Electric Company 
National Space Club 
Mr. Anthony J. Diorio 
LCdr. Jeff rye Shedd, USNR (Ret) 
Sanders Associates, Inc. 
Flying Midshipmen Association, Inc. 
Morgan Guaranty Trust of New York 
Washington Technology Foundation 



$500 or more 
Helen J. McCray 
Memory of Bryan R. Miner 
Thomas E. Blount 
Washington Apple PI, Ltd. 
Emerson Electric 



$250 or more 
RAdm. William A. Gureck, USN (Ret) 
LCdr Harry B. Dunlap, USN (Ret) 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10,000 or more $500.00 or more 

Michael Sonnenreich Rep. Charles Rangel 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosenthal 

$250.00 or more 

$5,000 or more David Driskell 

Women's Committee of the Mr. and Mrs. Barry Pierce 
Smithsonian Institution 

$1,000 or more 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nooter 
Mrs. Carl Selden 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 



Donors of Financial Support 



$100,000 or more 
The National Institute for the 

Conservation of Cultural Property 
Tiffany & Co. 

$50,000 or more 
Phillip and Patricia Frost 

Philanthropic Fund 
Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

$10,000 or more 
Estate of Alice H. Colquitt 
Mr. and Mrs. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Foundation 
First City, Texas 
The J. Paul Getty Trust 
Nestle Enterprises, Inc. 
James Renwick Alliance 
Mr. Wilbur L. Ross 

$5,000 or more 
The Abramson Foundation 
Joseph Alfrandre & Co., Inc. 
The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley 

Foundation 
William R. and Nora H. 

Lichtenberg Foundation 
The Overbrook Foundation 
The Ruth and Vernon 

Taylor Foundation 

$1,000 or more 
Anonymous Individuals 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Victor Beadles 
The Beardsley Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bernstein 
Ms. Constance Caplan 
The Fairchild Industries Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Funger 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goetz 
Mr. Arvin Gottlieb 



$1,000 or more (continued) 
Mr. Hugh Halff, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Philip Hanes, Jr. 
Mr. Wayne Koonce and 

Ms. Harriet Hentges 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. Jaqueline H. Hume 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kainen 
The LaChaise Foundation 
Mr. Jacques E. Lennon 
Mr. Edward J. Lenkin 

and Ms. Katherine L. Mier 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon 
Ms. Nancy B. Negley 
The Peters Corporation 
Mr. & Mrs. David E. Purvis 
Senator and Mrs. John D. 

Rockefeller, IV 
Mr. Samuel Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sams 
Mr. Allan Sellars 
Judge and Mrs. Oliver Seth 
Mrs. John Farr Simmons 
Mr. Ira Spanierman 
Truevision 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Warner 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilsey 
Mr. Edward F. Wilson and 

Dr. Edward T. Wilson 
Women's Committee of the 

Smithsonian Associates 

$500 or more 
Adam A. Weschler & Son 

$250 or more 
Mrs. Margret Craver 
Ms. Beverly J. Lang 
Mr. and Mrs. Barry M. Pierce 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 



Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 
Amax Incorporated 
Exxon Coal and Minerals Company 
Homestake Mining Company 
Texaco Incorporated Foundation 

$50,000 or more 
Chevron 
Mr. Barry Yampol 

$10,000 or more 
ARCO Oil and Gas Company 
CCNAA 

Freeport-McMoRan, Incorporated 
Manufactures Hanover Trust 
National Geographic Society 
Rhelps Dodge Corporation 
United States Borax and 
Chemical Corporation 

$5,000 or more 
James R. Agen 
BP Minerals America 
Chase Manhattan Bank 
The Cleveland-Cliffs Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dormer, Jr. 
Evergreen Marine Corporation 
William J. Hume Trust 
National Geographic Society 
PacifiCorp Foundation/NERCO 

Fund 
Dr. Clyde F. E. Roper 
Mrs. Annie B. Wetmore 
Mr. Chi-Chung Yu 

$1,000 or more 
Ferdinand Eberstadt 
Dr. Oliver S. Flint, Jr. 
C. W. Hart, Jr. 
Mrs. Jefferson Patterson 
Mrs. Mary L. Ripley 
David Rockefeller, Jr. 
The W. R. Stamler Corporation 
Dr. F. Christian Thompson 
Aileen B. Train 
UNOCAL Corporation Science and 

Technology Division 
Mr. George B. Vogt 



$500 or more 
Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Foley 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Frank 
Mr. Richard E. Petit 
The Edgar V. Weir Family 
Foundation, Inc. 

$100 or more 
Dr. W. Ronald Heyer 
Ms. Teresa M. Holland 
Dr. Albert D. Maizels 
Pittway Corporation Charitable 

Foundation 
Primary Impressions, 

Incorporated 
Society of Aquatic Veterinary 

Medicine 
Harrison Watson, Jr. 
Austin B. Williams 

$50 or more 
Dr. Alan H. Cheetham 
Harley I. Manner 
John H. Miles, Jr. 
H. A. Miller 
Stephen Renvoize 
Dr. Donald W. Tuff 
University of the West Indies 

$25 or more 
Robert P. Owen 
Dr. Edward G. Purdy 
Harald A. Rehder 
Dieter Rinke 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Terwedow 
Miss Helena M. Weiss 
Dr. Richard Zusi 

$10 or more 
Melinda S. Allen 
Aquatic Research Institute 
Aukland Institute and Museum 
Australian Institute of Marine 

Science 
Australian Museum 
Australian National Museum 
Arthur L. Bloom 
B. E. Brown 



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Centre D'Oceanologie de 

Marseille 
Charles E. Burkland 
William J. Cooke 
Department of Conservation 
Roger Cuf fey 
Department of Primary 

Industries 
Dr. Roger J. Hnatiuk 
Mary L. Hyams 
Hugh H. litis 
Jardin Botanique Montreal 
Dr. Oscar W. Johnson 
Dr. Brian Jones 
Liverpool Museum 
Raymond B. Manning 
R. M. Mason 
David L. Meyer 
Raymond L. Meyers 
The Micronesian Institute 
Ministry of Fisheries 
Peter Morris 
Lisa Nagaoka 



Nancy C. Cgden 

Pacific Tropical Botanical 

Garden 
Wendell K. Patton 
D. C. Potts 
Ang Put, Jr. 
Pamela Roe 
Royal Society 
Dr. John S. Ryland 
James Scatterday 
Stephen V. Smith 
Frederick W. Taylor 
John W. Underwood 
University of California 
University of Hawaii 

Foundation 
Marshall Weisler 
World Life Research Institute 
Dr. S. R. J. Woodell 
Hiroyuki Yokochi 

$1 or more 
Norman E. Leppert 



NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 
The Morris and Gwendolyn 
Cafritz Foundation 

$10,000 or more 
The Anschutz Foundation 
Jeane W. Austin 
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, 

Inc . 
The Equitable Life Assurance 

Society 
The T. M. Evans Foundation 
Kirkland & Ellis Foundation 
New Sweden '88 New York 

Committee 
Vinson & Elkins, Attorneys 



$5,000 or more 
The Barra Foundation, Inc. 
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, 
Counselors at Law 

$1 ,000 or more 
Leslie H. Goldberg 
Jack Haas 
Chester H. Lasell 
The Ruth and Frank Stanton 
Fund 

$250 or more 
Beverly Lang 
Barry and Beverly Pierce 



OFFICE OF HORTICULTURE 

Donors of Financial Support 

$1, 000 or more 
Mary Livingston Ripley 



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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TRAVELING EXHIBITION SERVICE 
Donors of Financial Support 



Boeing Corporation 

Domino Farms 

Franklin Kissner Estate 

George Gund Foundation 

Goodwill Games 

King Features' Syndicate 

McDonnell Douglas Foundation 

MCI Foundation 

New Mexico Council on Photography 

Pepsi-Cola Co. 

Phillips Petroleum Foundation 

Staten Island Children's Museum 



OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Donors of Financial Support 

$50,000 or more 
Brother International Corporation, Inc. 

$10,000 or more 
American Airlines 

$1,000 or more 
Myer Foundation 



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OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 



Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 
State of Hawai'i 
Hawai'i Visitors Bureau 
American Committee on the French 
Revolution 

$10,000 or more 
Music Performance Trust Funds 
Duty Free Shoppers, Inc. 
Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. 
Aloha Airlines, Inc. 
American Telephone & 

Telegraph, Inc. 
Bank of Hawai'i 
First Hawaiian Bank 
Frito Lay of Hawai'i 
GTE - Hawaiian Tel 
Hawaiian Electric 

Industries, Inc. 
International Savings/National 

Mortgage & Finance Co. 
Japan Travel Bureau 
Oceanic Properties, Inc. 
Pacific Resources, Inc. 



$5,000 or more 
Victor Company of Japan 
Quebec Ministry of Cultural 

Affairs 
RJR Tobacco International 
Matson Navigation Company 

$1,000 or more 
Coca-Cola Company 
Squibb Corporation 
Puerto Rico, USA Foundation 

$500 or more 
Richard Kurin 



OFFICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 
Donors of Financial Support 



$50,000 or more 
General Foods Fund, Inc. 

$25,000 or more 
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation 
Florence Gould Foundation 

$10,000 or more 
Gannett Foundation 
Centre des Nouvelles Industries et 
Technologies 



$5,000 or more 
Joseph H. Hazen Foundation, Inc. 
SNECMA, Inc. 

$1 ,000 or more 
Airbus Industrie of North America, 

Inc. 
Thomson-CSF, Inc. 

$500 or more 
T. Evans Wyckoff 



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Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 

Donors of Financial Support 

$1, 000 or more 
Howard Phipps Foundation 
Mrs. Dielle Fleischmann 

$10, 000 or more 
Mrs. Russell Arundel 
Josephine R. Cunningham 
The Corporate Printing Company 
Carnegie Corporation of New York 
Rockefeller Foundation 
Ford Foundation 



SMITHSONIAN RESIDENT ASSOCIATE PROGRAM 



Donors of Financial Support 

$10, 000 or more 
The Washington Post Company 

$5, 000 or more 
Virginia Bar Association 
Orion Pictures Corporation 

$1,000 or more 
International Council 

of Museums 
Winchester Schools 
Polish American Congress 
Columbia Pictures 
Foundation for Iranian Studies 
Embassy of the SFR Yugoslavia 
Australian Government 
Embassy of the Federal Republic 

of Germany 
Fisk Alumni of 

Washington 



$500 or more 
Austrian Consulate General 
28th International Geological 

Congress 
Digital Equipment Corporation 
Of the Metropolitan Area 
Greater Washington Board 

of Trade 
Pennsylvania Avenue 

Development Corporation 
Links, Inc 
Harry N. Abrams 

$250 or more 
The American Institute 

of Architects 
Leanne Rees 

Southwestern Bell Foundation 
Committee of 100 on 

Federal City 



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Donors to the Collection 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION ARCHIVES 

Donors to the Collections 

John W. Aldrich: papers of John W. Aldrich 
Richard Banks: papers of Richard Banks 
Peter Braestrup: papers of Peter Braestrup 
George B. Field: papers of George B. Field 
Storrs L. Olson: papers of Storrs L. Olson 
Crimilda Pontes: papers of Crimilda Pontes 
S. Dillon Ripley: papers of S. Dillon Ripley 
Curtis W. Sabrosky: papers of Curtis W. Sabrosky 
Frank C. Whitmore: papers of Frank C. Whitmore 
S. Joseph Wright: papers of S. Joseph Wright 

Institutions 

American Arachnological Society: records of the Society 
American Ornithologists' Union: records of the Union 
American Society of Ichthyologists and 

Herpetologists: records of the Society 
American Society of Mammalogists : records of the Society 
American Society of Zoologists: records of the Society 
Botanical Society of Washington: records of the Society 
Colonial Waterbird Society: records of the Society 
National Institute for the Conservation 

of Cultural Properties, Inc. : papers of the Institute 
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology: records of the Society 
Washington Conservation Guild: records of the Guild 



SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION LIBRARIES 



Donors to the Collection 



Individual Donors 



Samuel Aco 

Dr. Jack Adams 

Dario Jaramillo Agudelo 

Ignacio Agudo 

0. Akinlabi 

Chief Alagba 

Mohsin A. Alaini 

Yara de Alencar 

Zaynab Alkali 

El Anatsui 

Silvio Bedini 

Dr. Barbara Blackmun 

Andre Blandin 

Harriett G. Bledsoe 

Mike Blumenthal 

Martha Bowen 

Roy Burgess 

Dr. Pamela Burns-Balogh 

Eckhard Breitinger 

Mamie House Brown 

Ricky Burnett 

Peter Cannell 

Luisella Carretta 

Ivan Castro 

Judith Clancy 

Fred Collier 

Victoria Conzatti 

R. Cooke 

Ron Crombie 

Mary Croninger 

Jacqueline Cundiff 

Esther Dagan 

Dr. Charles Dane 

Richard Davis 

Amos S. Deinard, MD 

Alain Derbier 

David Dibner 

Aaron Didier 

Kathrine Dirks 

Alfred Dohm 

Dr. David Dorward 

Dr. Henry Drewal 

Harvey Duke 



R. Dunnigan 

Dr. Omotoso Eluyemi 

Mrs. Sherman Euler 

Carl H. Ernst 

Pamela Ferrell 

Michael Fleischer 

Oliver S. Flint, Jr. 

Dr. Barbara Frank 

Aristides Frias 

Frigga Gibbs 

Sarah Jane Gillam 

Margaret L. Gordon 

Carolyn Hahn 

Farhad Hakimzadeh 

Thomas M. Hancock III 

Prof. Victor E. Hanzeli 

Lillian B. Hettling 

Dr. Robert S. Hoffman 

Harry Hoogstraal 

Elton Louis Howe 

John Hyltoft 

Mike Irrifere 

Minoru Ima j ima 

Edwin K. Jaycox 

W.A. Jayeoba 

Norman G. Jensen 

Antonio Nunez- Jimenez 

Heine Jockers 

David Jones 

Bill Karg 

Vija L. Karklins 

Michael J. Katz 

Tsutomu Kawasaki 

John Keinath 

Roger Kennedy 

George G. King 

Florence Greasley 

Knighton 

Ray Kondratas 

Chantal Kozyreff 

Yoon-Hee Kwon 

Betty LaDuke 

Robert J. Lavenberg 



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Eli Leon 

Dr. Elbert Little 

Ms. Gale Litvak 

Dr. Carlyle A. Luer 

Mark Madsen 

Pierre Marly 

Nadia Martayan 

Mrs. James V. Martin 

Stephen Memoli 

Roy McDiarmid 

William F. McGuinn 

Prof. Patrick McNaughton 

Beate Meffert 

Barbara Meyer-Marroth 

Cora S. Middleton 

Florence Montgomery 

E.J. Moorhead 

J. Tom Morgan, Jr. 

Alain Nicolas 

Prof. C. Valiente Noailles 

Julio Noriega 

James B. Norman, Jr. 

Daniel K. Odell 

Angeles Diaz Ojeda 

Adedayo Ologundudu 

Dr. Storrs Olson 

Joseph A. Opala 

Richard C. O'Rourke 

J. Bruce Overmier 

Pat Oyelola 

Barbara Paxson 

Laszlo Mester de Parajd 

Jim & Carol Parrish 

Helen B. Payne 

Edith Pressler 

Elizabeth Rankin 

Thomas Reardon 

Thomas J. Reaume 

Jerome Redfearn 

Porter B. Reed 

Howard C. Reese 

Krishna Riboud 

Prof. Andrew Roberts 

Edith Rosenthal 

Mr. James Ross 

Dr. Raffaella Rossi-Manaresi 

Dr. I. Rubinoff 



Prof. Howard A. Russell 

Curtis Sabrosky 

Nicanor Restrepo 

Santamaria 

Antonio Santangelo 

Yaya Savane 

Yvette Scheven 

Nick Schliapin 

Walter E. Schutz 

Victoria Scott 

John E. Semonche 

David H. Shayt 

Michael Sheehe 

Dr. Bill Siegmann 

Dr. Raymond Silverman 

Martin Smith 

Robert A. Smithson, MD 

Mr. Nanda Soobben 

Rachida de Souza 

Dr. Victor Springer 

Dr. George Switzer 

Paul Taylor 

Wendy Thomas 

John S. Tomer 

Dr. Mua Tung-hsu 

Oscar Flores Villela 

Dr. Carlo Violani 

Michael Ward 

R.A. Webber 

Kimberley Webber 

Rev. Canon J.C. Weller 

Ellen B. Wells 

Winniefred B. Whipple 

John White 

Hans Witte 

Dr. Michael Zickerick 

Dr. George Zug 



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Institutional Donors 

American Institute of the History of Pharmacy 

Archives d' Architecture Moderne 

Association of Art Museum Directors 

Bartley Crucible & Refractories 

Basel Universitatsbibliothek 

Bayreuth University 

Black-Art Gallery 

Center for the Fine Arts 

Center for the History of Electrical Engineering 

Center for Research Libraries 

College of William and Mary, Dept. of Anthropology 

Department of the Army 

Eritrean People's Liberation Front 

Everson Museum of Art 

Fairfax Workshop of Ikebana International, Chapter #1 

Friend's Way 

Fundacion Universo Veintiuno, A. C. 

Gallery Nine, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign 

His Majesty's Biological Laboratory 

Italian Cultural Institute 

The Japan Foundation 

Johannesburg Art Gallery 

Mindata Microform Systems 

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts 

Musee Africain 

Musee Barbier-Mueller 

Musee des Beaux-Arts, Lyon, France 

Museo Nacional de Etnologia 

Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi 

NMAH Archives Center 

NMAH Department of Social and Cultural History 

NMAH Division of Community Life 

Nantucket Historical Association 

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County 

New Orleans Museum of Art 

Pretoria Art Museum 

Santa Barbara Museum of Art 

Schuck Sohne AG 

Sea World 

Simon & Schuster 

Spelman College 

Swaziland National Trust Commission 

University of Nigeria 

U. S. National Library of Medicine 

Welland Canals Society 

Whitney Museum of American Art 



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Anacostia Museum 

Donors to the Collection 

Jan Shelton Schwarz. Unidentified African-American Choral Group 

photograph. 
Beth P. Wilson. Crispus Attucks Scroll. 
Faith Powell. One Item of Sheet Music. 
David Wellington. Portrait of unidentified African-American male 

found in the District Building. 
Rebecca Ratcliff. Embroidered Tea Towel (or dish towel) 



ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY 
Donors co the Collection 

Rajinder K. Keith and Narinder K. Keith. Bridal hair ornament (Jhumar) , 

gold, India, ca. 1890; in memory of their mother (S1989.1) 
Mr. Luke Powell. Color photograph by Luke Powell (1946- ), "Lavender 

Flowers near Maimana." (S1989.2) 
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robbins. Opaque watercolor on paper, "The Siege of 

Mathura by the Annies of Jarasandha," Nepal, late 18th C. (S1988.58) 
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Sprunt. Painting, ink and colors on paper, "Children 

Playing in the Snow," China, 1890-1900. 



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COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM 
Donors to the Collection 

Air France, Selection of "Concorde" catering equipment designed by Raymond Loewy 

for Air France, plastic, c. 1976. (1989-24-1-21) Accepted for study 

purposes: 101 plastic cups and dishes, plastic tote bag, 34 plastic 

glasses, two porcelain dishes and condiments. 
Aluminor Luminaires, "WO" halogen lamp, designed by Sacha Ketoff and Andre 

Lavigne, France, c. 1988 (1989-4-1) 
Anonymous, "Lunar Network" sculpture in two parts (bowl and base) by Concetta 

Mason, glass, USA, 1986. (1989-16-la.b) 
Junici Arai, openwork white scarf with bird design by Junichi Arai, Japan, 1988. 

(1989-14-1). 
The Avenue, "Rockets" length of screen-printed silk designed by Georgina von 

Etzdorf, England, 1987. (1989-8-1) 
John P. Axelrod, table or desk lamp by Russell Wright, spun aluminum and wood, mid 

1930s. (1989-67-1) 
Konstanze Bachmann, "10 Years Iscar Self Grip 1977-1987 and Still the Classic 

Standard" calendar, Dan Resinger, USA. (1989-46-1) 
Boros Cotton, Ltd., three lengths of fabric by various designers printed by Boros . 

(1989-66-1-3) 
Torun Vivianna Bulow-Hube, silver bracelet, Indonesia, 1959-60. (1989-59-1) 
Clarence House, "Diaghilev" warp printed silk from design by Yvonne Marchal , 

adapted for Clarence House, printed in France, 1986. (1988-114-1) 

"Pierrot" warp printed silk same as above. (1988-114-2) "Ghana" length of 

fabric, no. 31773/2-lc 10-5, USA, 1980s. (1989-55-1) 
Garth Clark and Mark del Vecchio, five-piece dinner service, glazed ceramic, Jeff 

Oestreich, USA, 1988. (1988-98-1-4) 
Garth Clark Gallery, "Bengali" bowl by William Underhill, bronze, 1988, USA 

(1988-109-1). 
Mrs. John F. Cole, embroidered panel, Art Nouveau design by Margaret Kostolany, 

Hungary, c. 1900. (1989-28-1) Embroidered panel with boder of stylized 

flowers by Margaret Kostolany. c. 1900. (1989-28-2) 
Coquet Porcelainier a Limoges, 13 pieces of tableware designed by Marc Held in 

1973, glazed porcelain, produced c. 1988. (1989-19-13) 
Rosemary Corroon, parure consisting of one bracelet, brooch, one pair of earrings, 

gold, onyx, pearls, French (?), c. 1860. (1988- 107 -l-3b) 
Creation Baumann, eleven lengths of fabrics by Creation Baumann. (1988-111-1-11) 

Eight samplebooks of swatches of Creation Baumann fabrics. (1988-111-12-19) 
Cristalleries de Saint-Louis, "Medici" footed vase, pressed glass with gothic 

design, French, c. 1840. (1988-108-1) 
Jacqueline Davidson, "Secticon" desk clock, phenolmelamine , brass designed by 

Angelo Mangiarotti, 1962, Italy/Switzerland. (1988-95-1) 
Mrs. Elaine Evans Dee, "The White House," illustration board model kit, USA, 1976. 

(1989-61-1) 
Jean Michel Delisle, "Archeologie Future" lamp designed by Christian Due, 

patinated bronze and glass, France. (1989-68-1) 
Donald Deskey, 1502 drawings by the designer and one by Ruth Reve . 

(1988-101-1-1503) Also includes three 4-drawer filing cabinets and several 

packages of archival materials pertaining to Deskey works. Non-accessioned 

archival material for Library use. 
Robert Ebendorf Art Studio, set of three drawings for fireplace equipment by 

Clement E. Horton, USA, 20th century. (1989-32-1-3) Twenty-one drawings 

for andirons by Clement E. Horton. (1989-32-4-24) Drawing for lamp by 

Clement E. Horton. (1989-32-25) Additional archival material for artists 

files . 

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Jessica Feingold, batik panel landscape design, USA, early 20th century. 

(1989-21-1) 
FERMOB , "Face a Face" secretaire - designed by Pascal Mourgue , enameled steel, 

France, 1987. (1989-22-1) 
Helen Fioratti, five pieces of French and English wallpaper, early 19th century. 

(1989-49-1-5) 
Fujii & Co . , Ltd. Two "Fisso" desk sets designed by Igarashi Studios, plastic and 

metal, Japan, 1988. (1989-18-1-28) 
Cora Ginsburg, roll of wallpaper, France, early 19th century. (1988-105-1) Two 

fragments of wallpaper, France, early 19th century. (1988-105-2,3). One 

length of wallpaper plus one fragment, France, early 19th century. 

(1988-105-4,5) 
Mrs. Julia Haiblen, two pair of shoe buckles, cut steel, c. 1920. (1989-69-la-2b) 
Mrs. Lucille Langdon Hamilton, four spoons made of coconut, ivory, coral, wood, 

metal, and mother-of-pearl. (1988-85-1-4) 
Hermes S.A. , "Pippa" folding desk and stool designed by Rena Dumas and Peter 

Coles, pearwood, leather, brass, France, 1985-87. (1989-36-1,2) 
Ysabella Hincapie, printed scarf with U.N. seal and flags of nations, USA, 1957. 

(1989-29-1) 
William Hodge, "Signal Bag" beadwork bag, designed by William Hodge, Canada, 1988. 

(1989-44-1) 
Jarcho, Scwarts , Yarles , Santilli, Ltd., two table lamps, glass shades on wood 

bases, by Mark McDonnell, USA, 1985. (1988-82-1,2) 
JG Furniture Systems, Inc., "The Sportes Mesh Chair," armchair designed by Ronald 

C. Sportes, enameled steel, USA, 1984. (1989-57-1) ' 
Faie J. Joyce, bequest, pair of side chairs by Rene Drouot, upholstered in 

Aubusson tapestry after design by Madeleine Luka , France, c. 1939. 

(1989-23-1,2) 
Jacques Jugeat , Inc. "Berlioz" vase designed by Claude Bromet, glass, France, 

1986. (1988-100-1) 
Koch & Lowy , Inc., "Dove" lamp designed by Mario Barbaglia and Marco Colambo, 

Italy, 20th century. (1989-60-1) 
Martin Kramer, man's tobacco pouch, printed leather, Germany, 1865-70. 

(1989-33-1) 
Ed Krauss , two drawings of interiors by George Lahey, USA, 20th century. 

(1988-103-1,2) 
Kravet Fabrics, Inc., length of fabric, "Futura," USA. (1988-86-1) 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Krieg, porcelain tea service with enamel and gilt decor, 

Russian, Juznetson factory, late 19th century. (1988-96-la- 9b) 
J. Russell Lynes, pop-up ad for Tavern Furstenberg, The Hague. (1989-70-1) 
Marimekko oy , six lengths of printed fabrics by various designers, printed in 

Finland by Marimekko oy . (1988-110-1-6) 
Mrs. C. R. Marshall, fragment of printed linen, Italy or Spain, late 16th-early 

17th century. (1988-93-1). 
Betty Ivy Martin, Crocheted bag, USA or Europe, 19th century. (1988-78-1). 

Crocheted and knitted bag, USA, 19th century. (1988-78-2). 
David McFadden, three-piece flatware set by Jean-Marie Patois, stainless steel, 

France, 1980s. (1988-115-1-3) 
Micio & Co., samplebook of 69 wallcoverings, "Micio & Co., Number Five", USA, 

c. 1988. (1988-106-1(1-69). 
Migeon & Migeon, six bangle bracelets, resin, by Migeon & Migeon, France, 1988 

(1989-15-1-6) . 
Mont Blanc, "Target" wristwatch from Grafix line, designed by Michael Honack and 

Joey Rayburn- Thomas, rubber strap and case, USA, 1988. (1989-43-1) 
Josef Mrozec, cream jug, porcelain, Germany, c. 1930. (1989-47-1) 
Naos Graphics, nineteen cut paper cards and one three-dimensional graphic designed 

by Ted Naos, USA, 20th century. (1988-97-1-20) 

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Boras Wafveri AB , lengths of fabric "Populus" and "Pram" by Sven Fristedt, Sweden. 

(1988-87-1,2) 
Wahlworks Textiles, "Golden Section," length of fabric and two color ways by Wendy 

Wahl, USA. (1989-45-la-c) 
Walker Group/CNI , eleven drawings; designs for Park Regency Condominium, in 

Houston, Texas by Venturi , Rauch, and Scott Brown, USA. (1988-104-1-11) 
Page Williams, sample of the construction of tapp-lace, USA, 1900s. (1989-56-1) 
William Woolfenden, Side chair and lounge chair of corrugated cardboard and 

masonite by Frank 0. Gehry, USA, 1970. (1988-79-1,2) 
Zojirushi Corp. & Toyoda Gosei Co. Ltd., "Cubic" Bar set by Hitoshi Oshima, 

plastic, Japan, c. 1988. (1989-27-l-3b) . Same as above in different color. 

(1989-27-4-6b) 
ZOO-INK, five samples of fabrics by Alan Grinberg of ZOO-INK. (1988-113-1-5) 
Zuber & Cie, four panels of wallcovering "Les Falaises" silk screen by Alain Le 

Foil, France, 1976. (1989-26-1-4) 



FREER GALLERY OF ART 
Donors to the Collection 

Mr. Robert H. Barton. Dish; pottery, Izumo ware; Japanese, Meiji period, 

1868-1912. 
Ms. Louise A. Cort. Seventeen shards; pottery; Japanese; Takatori ware, 

Uchigaiso kiln. 
Mr. Dean Frasche. Twenty-four pieces of Thai pottery (1989 . 32- .56) . 

Twenty-three pieces of Vietnamese pottery (1989 .10- . 31) . Seven pieces 

of Chinese pottery (1989. 4-. 9). 
Mrs. Lucile Seaman Lamey. European shape teapot, pottery, Japan, Satsuma 

scyle, datable to 1904; in memory of her parents, Professor and Mrs. A. 

E. Seaman 
Mr. Stanley J. Love. Hanging scroll painting, anonymous, "Lu Dongbing 

Subduing a Demon"; China, Zhe School, 14th- 15th C. 
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Lutkins. Wardrobe with doors, shelves and drawers, 

huang-hua-li wood, China, Ming-Ch'ing dynasty, 17th C. (1989.57); 

armchair with woven reed seat, back splat of burl wood, China, 17th C. 

(1989.59); cabinet with doors and shelf, huang-hua-li wood, China, 17th 

C. (1989.58)'. 
Mrs. Annemarie Pope. Carved wooden shop sign for a ceramics dealer, 

Japan. 
Mrs. Karol Kirberger Rodriguez. Bottle, underglaze cobalt decoration, 

ceramic, China, Ming dynasty, early 17th C. (1989.1); Porcelain 

platter, underglaze cobalt decoration, ceramic, Japan, early 17th C. 

(1989.2); and porcelain kendi . underglaze cobalt decoration, China, Ming 

dynasty, early 17th C. 
Mrs. S. L. Tesone. Set of four paintings on paper, "Tales of Cenji," 

Japan; set of four paintings on paper, battle scenes, Japan. 



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HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 
Donors to the Library 
Olga Hirshhorn, Washington, D.C. 

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN 

Donors to the Collection 

Robert Brown Gallery. Painting by Oliveira Cesar (89.1). 
Dr. Joseph A. Chazen. Mixed media on glass by Howard Ben 

Tre (88. 38) . 
Charles Cowles. Collage on fiberboard by Wallace Berman 

(88.31) . 
Harry Kahn. Etching on paper by Dorothea Rockburne (88.32). 
Estate of Boris Lovet-Lorski . Sculpture by the artist 

(89.11) . 
Philip Sherrod. Painting by the artist (88.42). 
Smithsonian Resident Associate Program. Serigraph by Willem 

De Looper (89. 10) . 
Estate of Raphael Soyer. Drawings on paper in five 

sketchbooks (88.33-88.37). 



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NATIONAL AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM 

Conors to the Collections 

Avirex, USA. One leather flying coat currently used by the USAF. 

Mr. Charles Baptie. Oil Painting by David Shepherd, entitled: Capital Mrljn/ 3 ** 

Viscount Flying over New York City . 
Estate of Ralph S. Barnaby. Collection of: Two Early Bird medals, three Early 

Bird pins, two Early Bird plaques, one Early Bird cap, one Early Bird metal 

stamp, two World War I United States Victory medals, one United States 

Discharge pin, one Frank Lahm medal, one United States World War I pilot's 

badge, one silver Aero Show trop hy cup, National Soaring Museum patch and 

sticker, and one Harris Hill Soaring Corporation sticker. 
Ms. Louise Beatty. Early Bird metal stamp emblem. 
Ms. Elizabeth Beauregard. 20 piece women's uniform, Oistrmpr Service Manager, 

PEOPLExpress c. 1986. 
Ms. Jeanette Turne Bowher. Stitchery, Winter's River . 
Canadian War Museum. Two Lewis aircraft machine gun drums. 
Carnegie Institution of Washington. Slide rule with case. 
Mr. Edwin G. Collen. Royal Air Force aircraft bubble sextant used in World War 

IT. 
Cray Research, Inc. Cray 1 super computer processor. 
Dai Shucheng, Shanghai Aerobatic Troupe. Two boomerangs, two bladed used by 

troupe. 
Ms. Natale J. Donato. Martin 130 China Clipper wood model aircraft. 
Professor Michael J. Flack. Color print entitled L' ascension de Vincent 

Lonardivenititen a Londres en 1784 by Ch. Dupcnt, V. Levallois ed. Paris 1790. 
Ford Aerospace & Communications Organization. Intelsat V, scale model satellite. 
Mr. Gordon Friang. Nine pieces of United States Army, World War I clothing. 
Mr. Paul E. Garber. Four Japanese aircraft instruments of World War U vintage. 
General Services Administration. Lycoming aircraft reciprocating engine. 
Mr. Monte F. Graham. AEF footlocker, two canteens, personal papers and various 

medals. 
Grid Systems Inc.. Grid compass U, on board computer for Space Shuttle. 
Mrs. John J. Ide. Two eighteenth century balloon commemorative boxes made of 

tortoise shell. One oil painting by Eduard Soussa, entitled: Portrait of John 

J. Ide . 
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Physics Department. Saturn launch computer 

cabinets with core memory planes and transistorized circuit boards used as 

units with the RCA 110 A digital computer. 
International Telecomunicaticins Satellite Organization. Intelsat IV, scale model 

satellite. 
Mr. Ira Milton Jones. Miniature World War I Overseas Flyer's Association Trophy. 
E. Thomas Magoffin. Laffayette Escadrille commemorative medal and Quiet Birdman 

membership card, (metal) . 
Mr. Frank X. Marsh. Mitchell U-2 Superwing kit built flying wing aircraft. 
McDonnell Douglas Astronautics. United States space station model and spa ce 

shuttle orbiter model. 
Miss Alberta Meyer. Two World War II aircraft food containers. 
Mr. Robert C. Mikesh. Microphone T-17 used on a B-26 aircraft. 
Ministat de France, Rcmainia. Romainian c. 1940, pilot's cap, badge, trousers, 

and coat. 
Monterey Park Police Department through Captain Joseph A. Santoro. Ultraflight 

Tpizair SS EC ultralight type aircraft. 
Mr. Greg Mort. Watercolor, entitled: Year of the Com e t . 



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NASA, Johnson Space Center. HP-41 handheld calculator with pouch. Two emergency 

breathing appartus. One 16 mm data acquisition camera. 
Northrop Corporation. B-2 bomber aircraft wood and plastic model. 
Northwest Airlines. McDonnell Douglas Aerospace plane model. 
Pepsi-Cola Company through Rebecca Madeira. One painting of Christa McAuliffe by 

Mel Bolden. 
Mr. Robert W. Pfeiffer. One German World War II aviator leather helmet. 
Mr. John Piccard. Fabric from "Century of Progress" balloon. 
Mr. Charles T. Preston. Fourteen pieces of aircraft radio equipment. 
It. Commander James A. Quinlin. Black and grey American Airlines wool bootie. 
Mrs. Stephanie L. Sands. 37 piece women's uniform, Pan American Purser, c. 1984- 

87. 
Captain William E. Scarboruogh, USN (ret.). Consolidated PBY-1 Catalina metal 

promotional aircraft model. 
Mr. Arlo E. Schroeder. Grumman TBF-1C Avenger model aircraft. 
Mr. Zay Smith. United Airlines fight calculator. 
Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum, Office of Volunteer 

Services. Four letters to Paul E. Garber that are signed by astronaut Mary 

Cleave and carried aboard the space shuttle in May 1989. 
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art. Two lithographs by 

Paul Nash, entitled: Moonlight Voyage , Hampden Flying Above the Clouds and The 

Raiders on the Moors . 
Mr. John A. Sproston. Oil painting, entitled: Racing the Front . 
Swiss Air Force Museum. One de Havilland Ghost 48 Mk I turbojet engine. 
Textron Lycoming. Avco Lycoming PLF1A-2 high bypass turbofan engine. 
United Airlines. United Airlines terminal sign. 
United States Air Force, Reese Air Force Base. Terrain board and remote camera 

mechanism associated with terrain board. 
United States Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Lockheed C-13QA, 

Hercules transport aircraft. 
United States Army Fort L. Wood Museum. One Luftwaffe fur-lined coat and one 

Luftwaffe fur-lined cap with eagle insignia. 
United States Marine Corps Air Ground Museum. Three Soviet Shavak aircraft 

guns. 
United States Navy, David Taylor Research Center. Three wind tunnel dirigible 

wood models. 
United States Navy Department. Five World War II recognition models. 
United States Navy, Naval Air Systems Command. McDonnell Douglas F-4S Phantom II 

aircraft. 
Mrs. R. Kimberling Winters. NARCO superhomer VHT-3 aviation radio superhomer 

VHT-3 aviation radio transmitter. 
Mr. Walter Wright. Acryllic painting, Toward the Summit . 
Yerkes Observatory. Flown V-2 spectrograph camera. 
Ms. Vera Zorn and Mr. Eugene A. Studenski. Leather flying jacket, helmet, boots 

and doll mascot. 

Donors to the Information Management Division 

1361st Audio Visual Sqd. : group photograph of 20th Air Force commanders meeting 

with Brigadier General Roger Ramey, 1945. 
Air France: certificate commemorating the Air France Concorde dedication at 

Dulles International Airport, April 16, 1989. 



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Mr. Glenn D. Anderson: booklet promoting the Consolidated Model 14 "Husky Junior" 

aircraft, 1928. 
Mr. Horace Alter: 3 cu. ft. of aerospace design materials 

relating to Convair and Lockheed, 1941-1970s. 
Mr. Jeff Asner: War Department technical manual number TM 1-205 entitled Air 

Navigation, November 25, 1940. 
Mr. Walter G. Bailey: copy of Aircraft Mechanics, Inc., undated. 
Dr. William J. Ballard: material related to Paramount Aircraft and that firm's 

chief designer, Walter James Carr, ca. 1920s-1930s. 
Mr. Charles Baptie: Pratt and Whitney engine handbook detailing the Wasp and 

Hornet engines, 1924. 
Mrs. Louise Beatty: photographs, newsclippings, and corresponence related to the 

career of aviator George Beatty, ca. 1910-1928. 
Mr. J. Ted Beebe: memorabilia related to James H. "Jack" Knight, an early airmail 

and commercial airline pilot, ca. 1930s-1940s. 
Mr. John Berendt: blueprint and photocopies showing engine mount structure for 

the Fairchild 24 Ranger 6-440-C5 engine, 1943. 
Mrs. John D. Bick: memorabilia related to World War I aviator Robert McKnight, 

ca. 1918. 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren M. & Catherine C. Bodie: 101 aviation photographs and 109 

negatives of aviation photographs, 1928-1977. 
Mr. Michael W. Bourguin: 14 drawings of the Mitchell U-2 Superwing, 1980. 

Col. Eduard Brandt: three Spencer Aircraft Engine crank case drawings, June and 

July, 1940. 
Mr. A. Raymond Brooks: photographs, documents, and other memorabilia related to 

the aviation career of A. Raymond Brooks, 1910-1988. 
Mr. August E. Brunsman: nine tape recordings of interviews with relatives of and 

others familiar with Wilbur and Orville Wright, 1986-1988. 
Mr. Henry F. Colvin, III: copy of a postal telegram to Fred Colvin from Charles 

A. Lindbergh, May 26, 1927. 
Mr. Doug Connell: photograph of early aviator Hugh Armstrong Robinson, October 

17, 1911. 
Mrs. Evelyn Curtis: correspondence, logs, photographs and other memorabilia 

related to John S. Curtis, 1929-1985. 
Department of Aeronautics, NASM: airline timetables and informational brochures, 

1973-1988. 
Department of Aeronautics, NASM: photographs, documents, and correspondence 

related to Elton R. Silliman and Pan American Airways, 1930-1982. 
Department of Aeronautics, NASM: C.A.S.A. Spanish technical manual, undated. 
Department of Aeronautics, NASM: drawing of the man-powered aircraft G.A.L.M.P. 

A.G. 520, May 23, 1965. 
Department of Space History, NASM: color photographs of the Apollo-Soyuz , 1970s. 
Department of Space History, NASM: drawings of an anthropomorphic android used 

for testing space suits, 1964. 
Mr. Herb Desind: two photographs, one of a small astronomy satellite and one 

showing OGC— 2 on Thor-Agena D, undated. 
Dover Air Force Base: over-sized color photograph of the first all-woman C-5 

flight crew, March 29-April 4, 1988. 
Mr. Robert F. Dreesen: seven photographs taken at the Bealeton Flying Circus, 

Bealeton, Virginia, 1984-1985. 
Mr. Leo P. Driessen: photograph of Charles A. Lindbergh in the cockpit of a 

Lockheed P-38 Lightaing at Nadzab, New Guinea, 1944. 
Dryden Air Force Base: drawings, schematics, and other documentation related to 

the HiMAT radio controlled model aircraft, 1976-1981. 



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Mr. Phillip Edwards: two posters, one commemorating 75 years of U.S. Naval 

Aviation, one of the Bell/Boeing V-22 "Osprey", undated. 
Mr. Joseph Elbert: 33 patent letters and associated material for the inventions 

of Frank G. Manson, 1931-1955. 
Mr. Ariel Fabius: 18 photographs of Uruguayan aircraft, 1929-1973. 

Fairchild Industries: 242 cu. ft. of corporate records documenting the history 

and evolution of the company, 1919-1980. 
Mr. Ian Flowers: seven photographs of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh with 

their Lockheed Sirius aircraft, October 1931. 
Mr. Peter Foster: news clippings of setting the 1988 amhibian altitude record, 

1988. 
Fort Monmouth, United States Army: technical manuals for military electronic 

equipment, 1940-1970. 
Fort Sill Museum: 23 photographs related to aviation history and development, 

undated. 
Ms. Helene S. Francis: photographs taken by Gifford E. Francis in Europe during 

World War I, 1918-1919. 
Ms. Pamela French: 79 official U.S. Army photographs taken by Charles Barber, 

1914-1918. 
Mr. J. Norman Fresh: blueprints, photographs, and other material related to 

naval aviation at the Washington Navy Yard, 1881-1968. 
Mr. Kevin Friel: newspaper articles concerning early aviation in Philadephia, PA, 

October 1919-May 1920. 
Mr. Edward Frosdick: six photographs, four of which show Amelia Earhart and her 

Lockheed Electra, 1936-1937. 
Mr. Robert Fulton: two tape recordings of interviews with Robert Fulton conducted 

by Bernie Maggin, December 8, 1988. 
Mrs. Peggy Gardner: material concerning the Concorde supersonic transport 

aircraft, 1988 and undated. 
Mrs. Kathryn Gasker: six color slides of emergency transport helicopters taken at 

Kennedy Children's Hospital, Cambridge, MA, 1970. 
Mrs. R.S. Goff: booklet prepared for a dinner honoring Mrs. Minta Martin an her 

85th birthday, January 15, 1949. 
Mr. Marvin M. Green: newspaper article cor>cerning WWI "ace" George A. Vaughn as 

well as his autograph, April 29, 1989 and undated. 
Mr. Manfred Griehl: 11 photographs of the Junkers Ju-38-G, Ju-52, Ju-290 and the 

Messerschmitt Me-109G, undated. 
Mr. Tom Harnish: four color photographs of a Beech Travel Air aircraft, 1988. 
Ms. Bernice Falk Haydu: scrapbook detailing the lives and training of Women's Air 

Force Service Pilots, 1942-1944. 
Mr. James A. Hedgpeth, Jr.: 75 photographs, primarily aerial reconnaisance, of 

World War II bombings of France and Cologne, 1944. 
Mr. Frank Hempstead: "Vin Fiz" advertising leaflet, undated. 
Mr. John W. Hinds: taped interview with and a diary belonging to Rev. Dayle R. 

Schnelle, September 1942-November 1945. 
Mr. Joseph W. Hoffman: article concerning Jack Gilberti that appeared in the 

Pittsburgh Press, December 2, 1988. 
Mrs F.G. Holechede: scrapbook and memorabilia related to Paul Wiesser, a German 

World War I pilot, 1910s. 
Mr. Kenneth A. Hoyt: three drawings from the Briggs Manufacturing Company for the 

B-29 ball turret, undated. 
Mr. John E. Hunter: certificate awarded W. T. Milam by the Royal Netherlands 

Indies Airways, January 23, 1941. 



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Mr. Frank C. Hyne: newspaper article about Florence Singbiel, designer and 

painter of ai rcra ft nose art during WWII, August 29, 1988. 
Mr. Ihanas R. Jakmides: technical manuals for the Goodyear ZPG-3W, undated. 
Mrs. Sheila F. James: photocopies of newspaper clippings relating to the 
ballooning career of John P. Feagley, 1918 and undated. 
Mr. Jeff Karpiak: 65 photographic negatives and six color slides, primarily of 

North American P-51 Mustang ai rcra ft, ca. 1944. 
Mr. Robert J. Kelly: newspaper articles concerning early aviation in Philadel- 
phia, PA, October 1919-May 1920. 
Mrs. C.B. Kemper: letter with original envelope written by Pearl Young to Mrs. 

Floyd Thompson while on board the Hindenburg, 1936. 
Dr. Frank Korf : photographs, newspaper articles, correspondence, and publications 

of Dr. Hildegard Kallmann-Bijl, 1949-1968. 
Dr. Robert Krauskopf : four photographs of the Messerschmidt BF 109 and a 
three-view drawing of a 1930 German bomber, 1936. 
Mrs. Lois Kuster: approximately 2,000 photographs of aircraft and aviation 

pioneers, 1930s. 
Ms. Elizabeth S. Lancer: photographs, correspondence and other memorabilia 

related to World War I pilot Robert Soubiran, 1914-1919. 
Mr. Robert Lannen: over 2,000 slides of various ai r craft from around the world, 

1960s-1970s. 
Mr. Leslie Lenkowsky: notebooks, photographs, and other material related to the 

early development of helicopters, 1936-1946. 
Mrs. Lilian E. Leppanen: Daniel Guggenheim Fund Award for the promotion of 

aeronautics presented to Olaf S. Emblem, December 1928. 
Mrs. Gwyneth Lind: memorabilia from World War II, ca. 1940s. 
Mr. Eric Lundahl: 22 photographs of various aircraft, 1988. 
Mr. Robert Mann: news article relating to setting the 1988 Amphibian altitude 

record, 1988. 
Mr. Alton K. Marsh: 60 color slides of the Experimental Aircraft Association's 

Air Show at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1986. 
Mr. Frank X. Marsh: 14 drawings of the Mitchell U-2 Superwing, 1980. 
Mr. Oren Lee Martin: Lynn V. Blankman collection, photographs of aircraft and 

engines, famous women pilots, newspapers articles on early aviation exploits, 

1906-1959. 
Mrs. Isabel Bandeira De Mello Math i as: biographical material on the aviation 

career of Isabel Bandeira De Mello Mathias, undated. 
Mrs. D.A.G. Mathieson: letter with original envelope written by Pearl Young to 

Mrs. Floyd Thompson while on board the Hindenburg, 1936. 
Mr. Hiram H. Maxim: five books and two binders related to Sir Hiram H. Maxim, ca. 

1890-1916. 
Metropolitan Museum of Art/Thomas Watson Library: promotional letter from the 

Crusader Aircraft Corporation, September 25, 1936. 
Ms. Maureen Mullen: brief biographical sketch of early balloonist Frank T. 

Coleman entitled "Life of an Astronaut", undated. 
Ms. Maureen Mullen: three newspaper articles about nineteenth century balloonist 

Nellie Thurston (Mrs. Herman Squire) , ca. 1966. 
Mr. Brian D. Nicklas: three color photographs of a Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress 

and a Boeing KC-135, September 1988. 
Ms. Dolores O'Neill: photograph of Amelia Earhart with her instructor Odell 

Garrison, undated. 
Mrs. W.B. Olstad: letter with original envelope written by Pearl Young to Mrs. 

Floyd Thompson while on board the Hindenburg, 1936. 



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Mr. Richard Ostry: oversized photograph of a Consolidated B-36 in flight along 

with two Grumman Panther jet aircraft, 1954. 
Mr. Joseph J. Pace: photographs and negatives documenting the Flexible Gunnery 

Training Unit at Landhi Field, Malir, India, 1944-1945. 
Mr. Helmut Paling: photograph and obituary of Clarence Chamberlain, 1927 and 

1976. 
Mr. Anton Palmai: photographs, articles, and other documentation an the astro- 
nautics career of Herman Oberth, 1923 and 1955-1959. 
Mr. Ed Peters: owners manuals for the Mooney Mark 21 Model M20C and the Mark 22 

Mustang, 1967. 
Mr. Fred paries: original drawings of and reports on the Mooney M-18 "Mite" 

aircraft, 1946-1948. 
Mr. Christopher Reynolds: 55 photographs of airplanes and airships, 1916-1920. 
Mr. James R. Roberson: three photographs of the Boeing B-29 "Enola Gay", 1945. 
Mr. & Mrs. Rowland E. Roberts: photographs, newspaper clippings, copies of 

decorations, and aerial combat reports, 1918-1981. 
Rockwell International: original 3 -view and marking drawings of North American 

aircraft models B-25, P-82, and T-6, 1940s. 
Mr. James B. Rome: two volumes of Royal Air Force Technical Notes en World War I 

aircraft, ca. 1910s. 
Mr. Daniel L. Royce: air racing memorabilia and U.S. Air Service magazines, 

1920-1926. 
Mr. Thomas M. Sammons: photograph of the Convair XFY-1 "Pogo Stick", ca. 
1952-1954 . 

Captain W.E. Scarbourgh: photographs of navy aircraft, 1937-1944. 
Mr. Raymond W. Scheetz: 35 regional and sectional aeronautical charts, June 1943 

- June 1945. 
Rev. Dayle R. Schnelle: taped interview with and a diary belonging to Rev. Dayle 

Schnelle, September 1942-November 1945. 
Mr. Paul J.F. Schumacher: photographs of ballooning in Zurich and of an English 

aircraft brought down by Baron von Richthoven, 1909. 
Mr. Avro M. Sestrap: six photographs of Amelia Earhart and her Lockheed Electra, 

1937. 
Mr. George J. Siegel: photographs taken for the First Motion Picture Unit, 

displayed on two backboards, 1940s. 
Mr. Dan Simmonds: photographs, posters, calendars, and other material related to 

aircraft and missiles, 1970s-1980s. 
Mr. Ellsworth J. Snyder: album (number 8 of 11) highlighting the family and 

aviation career of Charles B. Snyder, ca. 1850-1940. 
Ms. Rosemary Soubiran: photographs, correspondence and other memorabilia related 

to World War I pilot Robert Soubiran, 1914-1919. 
Mr. Jay P. Spencer: 50 captioned photographs showing helicopters of the Hiller 

Aircraft Company, 1943-1964. 
Mr. Jay P. Spenser: ten photographs of Fokker aircraft and a late 1920s tractor, 

1928. 
Mr. Fred L. Staf fieri: seven color prints from a Trans-World Airlines calendar 

and three periodical photographs, 1940 and undated. 
Mr. Hans-Heiri Stapfer: four photographs of a MIL MI-14 HAZE, undated. 
Mr. Vincent Stevison: photocopied information on the French G-6 and R-4 Caudron 

aircraft, undated. 
Dr. Eugene Studenski: two scrapbooks and the personal papers of Dr. Paul 
Studenski, an early aviator, 1910-1961. 
Mr. Glen Sweeting: newspaper clippings written in German corx^erning ballooning in 

Germany, 1890-1891 and 1903. 



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Ms. Margaret P. Thacher: letter written by Helen Campbell Robertson desribing her 

flight on a Western Air Express Fokker Tri-Motor, 1929. 
Mrs. Marguerite Traxler: original correspondence signed by Charles A. Lindbergh, 

April 24, 1924. 
Mr. J. Gordon Vaeth: photocopies of information concerning the disappearance of 

Amelia Earhart and her aircraft, 1937 and 1977. 
Mr. Charles G. Waldrop: 20 drawings of the Backer Bu.133 Jungmeister, May 1965. 
Mrs. Aderyn Walker: photographs, a manuscript, and copies of newspaper articles 

concerning Montague Francis Glew, undated. 
Ms. Winifred Weislogel: photographs related to aviation history, 1924-1932. 
Mrs. Norma S. White: videotape of a slide presentation on the life of black 

aviator Chauncey E. Spencer, 1988. 
Mr. Don Wigtcn: 26 photographs of ai rcra ft, undated. 
Mr. Kenneth A. Wilson : hand fan with images of Charles Lindbergh and the "Spirit 

of St. Louis" on one side, ca. 1920s-1930s. 
Mr. William A. Wylam: photocopies of two technical manuals written in French for 

the Renault 12-FE and Fiat A-12 engines, ca. 1917-1918. 
Dr. Vera Zorn: two scrapbooks and personal papers of Dr. Paul Studenski, and 

early aviator, 1910-1961. 

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN ART 

Donors to the Collection 

Marc Leo Felix. Gourd of the Kwere poeples of Tanzania. (89-05-001) 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn. Door by Olowe of Ise. (88-13-001). 

Robert and Nancy Nooter. Mask, Bassa people, Liberia. (88-14-001). 

Philip Ravenhill and Judith Timyan. Hat of the Malinke, Guro or Wan 

peoples, Central Cote d'lvoire. (89-01-001) Cloth of the Kulango 
peoples, Bouna, Cote d'lvoire. (89-02-001). 

Republic of Mali. Female figure from Mali. (89-03-001). 

Blake Robinson. Three snuff mortars from Liberia. (88-15-001, 88-15-002, 
88-15-003). 

Roy and Sophia Sieber. Tripod chair from Tiv, Nigeria. (88-16-001). 

Ciro R. Taddeo. Italian and Austrian "Thalers" coins. (Italian: 89-04-001, 
Austrian: 89-04-002). 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 
Donors to the Collection 

American Art Forum. Market Day Outside the Walls of Tangiers, Morocco , 
1873, oil on canvas, by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1989.56). 

Alfred Bendiner Foundation. 1 work on linen, 4 works on paper, 

1960, 1948, 1936, 1953, 1946, by Alfred Bendiner (1988.81.1-5). 

Thomas W. Bower. Two Rhinoceri , 1975, pencil drawing, by Joan 
Danziger (1988.79). 

William P. Carl. Trees , 1989, woodcut, by William P. Carl (1989.31). 

Alice Swinden Carter. Untitled (Abstraction) , 1945, gouache, and 
Woman and Girl , ca. 1955, oil on canvas, by Albert Swinden 
(1988.90.1,2). 

Consolidated Natural Gas Foundation. Everglades , 1986, and Everglades , 
1988, by Mary Peck, black-and-white photographs, (1989.34.1,2); 5 
ektacolor prints, 1982, 1979, n.d., 1981, 1979, by Terry Evans 
(1989.38.1-5); 3 ektacolor prints 1986, by Joe Maloney 
(1989.39.1-3); 4 ektacolor prints, 1985, 1987, 1985, 1987, by Len 
Jenshel (1989.39.4-7); 2 palladian prints, 1988, by Andrea Modika 
(1989.41.1,2); Patterns of Destruction , 1988, unique 
black-and-white photograph, by Tina Potter (1989.49); "Shooting 
Sites," Las Vegas #20 , 1987, printed 1989, cibachrome print, 
" Shooting Sites, Angeles National Forest #12 , 1988, printed 1989, 
cibachrome print, by Anthony Louis Hernandez (1989.50.1,2); 3 
selenium-toned, black-and-white contact prints, 1982, 1983, 1988, 
by Allen Hess (1989.53.1-3); Silver City, Nevada , gelatin silver 
selenide print and Goshen, Utah , from "Main Street" series, color 
photograph, by Frank Armstrong (1989.54.1,2). 

Henrietta Cunningham, Todd and Lucia Bogatay. Javanese Mother and 
Child , 1936, ceramic, by Paul Bogatay (1988.94). 

G. H. Dalsheimer Gallery, Ltd. RIOT , 1988, mixed media on paper, by 
Leslie Machinist (1989.37). 

Estate of Donald DeLue. Icarus , 1934, plaster, by Donald DeLue 
(1989.29). 

Thomas Fountain. Title unknown, ca. 1950, oil on canvas, by Jennings 
Tofel (1988.75). 

Andrew Freireich. Debris Series #3 , 1987, unique black-and-white 
photograph by Tina Potter (1989.45). 

Chaim Gross. 5 drawings on paper, 1938-1939, 1937, 1937, 1937, 1936, by 
Chaim Gross (1988.91.1-5). 

Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. 11 paintings, 6 sculptures, 1 decorative art 
work, by various artists (1988.74.1-18); Wedding Basket , n.d., 
sweet grass and ash spolints, by Mary Adams; Portrait of Elizabeth 
Taylor , oil on canvas, by Andrea Badami; Screen Door , ca. 1930-37, 
carved wood, by Jose Delores Lopez; Lancaster County Embroidery 
Quilt , 1905, embroidered, cut, and stitched fabric, by an 
unidentified artist (1989.30.1-4). 

Jerry Jackson. 2 color etchings and a color lithograph, 1920, 1922 ca. 
1928-early 1930s, by William Meyerowitz; Mexican Market , ca. 1952, 
black-and-white etching, by Theresa Bernstein (1988.89.1-4). 



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Mr. and Mrs. W, Robert Johnston. Suburban Overlook , 1972, acrylic on 

canvas, by Val Lewton (1988.87). 
Adele Lozowick. 35 works on paper, by Louis Lozowick (1988.65.1-33). 
Nan Tucker McEvoy. Stillscape II , 1984, cast bronze, by Brian Hunt 

(1989.6); Untitled (man reading a newspaper) , 1988, color photo by 

Larry Sultan (1989.58). 
John McNemar, P. E. Baby Dragon , 1985, mixed media, by Barton Benes 

(1988.93). 
Djelloul Marbrook. Boats, Cape Cod , 1932, oil on canvas, by Irene Rice 

Pereira (1988.80). 
Alexander Masley. 5 wood engravings, 1932, 1926, 1930, 1926, 1932, by 

Alexander Masley (1989.57.1-5) 
Marilyn and Michael Mennello. Blue Sail Fleet Returns , ca. 1950, oil on 

canvas, by Earl Cunningham (1988.64). 
Patrick A. Morelli. Infant from "Behold" monument, 1985, bonded bronze, 

by Patrick A. Morelli (1989.10). 
Irving Penn. 60 photographs, by Irving Penn (1988.83.1-60). 
Perkins Center for the Arts. Untitled (seated female nude), 1987, 

gelatin silver print, by Ricardo Barros (1988.73). 
Irving Potter. Modern Music and Organizational Advances , ca. 1930s, 

woodcut prints by Albert Potter (1989.11.1,2). 
Bernard Rabin in memory of Henry A. Rabin. 5 untitled etchings, ca. 

1910, by Joseph Stella (1989.17.1-5). 
Henry Ward Ranger Bequest. Carousel Bridge, Paris , 1952, oil on board, 

by Edwin Dickinson (1988.84); Conversation , oil on board, by John 

Koch (1988.85); My Studio , oil on canvas, by John Koch (1988.86). 
James Renwick Alliance. Large Platter , 1988, glass, by Michael Higgins 

and "Drop-Out" Bowl , 1988, glass, by Frances Higgins (1989.7.1,2); 

Untitled (#8) Vessel , ca. 1976, stoneware with white glaze, by Frans 

Wildenhain (1989.9); Emerald Green Blanket , 1984, blown 

glass, by Dale Chihuly (1989.44). 
Frank Ribelin. Drawing for Southwest Pieta , 1983, oil pastel drawing, by 

Luis Jiminez (1988.82). 
Smithsonian Resident Associates Program. Tunis on My Mind , 1988, 

serigraph, by Willem DeLooper (1988.76). 
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Rosenberg. Overhanging Branches , oil on cardboard 

on masonite; 57th Street , oil on cardboard on masonite; Rocky 

Seashore , oil on paper on cardboard; Sleeping Nymphs , oil on wood; 

Two Gulls and Cliffs , oil on canvas, by Louis Michel Eilshemius; 

Rolling Clouds , oil on canvasboard; Adirondacks , oil on paperboard, 

by James N. Rosenberg (1989.43.1-7). 
Elizabeth Russell and Jeff. Urban Self-Projection , 1988, woodblock 

print, by Nicholas Sperakis (1988.77). 
Dr. and Mrs. Shipley. Egg Series II; Cow Skull , 1986, serigraph, by Joe 

Price (1989.32). 
Ms. Marilyn Stokstad. Hull #2 , ca. 1982, revised 1988, wood, leather and 

mixed media, by Mark Roeyer (1988.78). 
Mme. Jeanne T. Strong. Between Lausanne and Vevey above the Highway , ca. 

189 7-1913, watercolor, by Templeton Strong (1988.95). 
Jo C. Tartt, Jr. 3 works, 1988, tempera on construction paper, by Eric 

Calvin McDonald (1988.88.1-3). 
Lucien Treillard. 12 photographs, dated from 1924-39, by Man Ray 

(1989.55.1-12). 



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National Museum of American History 
Donors to the National Collections 

AMF Bowling Company (through Paul Lane): set of 2 bowling balls without 
finger holes drilled (1987.3094). 

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (through James L. Loper): Emmy award 
statuette (1983.0053). 

Mignon Sherley Acker, Swager Sherley, Jr., Thomas H. Sherley, Marjorie 

Sherley Wolcott, and Olive Sherley Young: 21 issues of 'The Woman's 
Protest," 3 pamphlets, 3 brochures, a flyer, and a newpaper, all 
related to the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, 1912-18 
(1988.0282); sash with button attached, "Equal Franchise for New York, 
1915" ( 1988.0347) ; photograph of representatives of the National 
Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage after seeing President Wilson on 
December 14, 1915 (1988.0536); 94 miscellaneous documents, news 
clippings, letters, and postcards, 40 copies of "The Woman's Protest 
Against Woman Suffrage," a pennant, and a booklet, all relating to the 
opposition to woman's suffrage (1989.0225). 

Jan Adkins: flute made of polycarbonate plumbing pipe with a cork stopper 
by John Ingalls in 1978 (1988.0490). 

City of Adrian, Utilities Department (through John C. Jenkins): Holly 
Manufacturing Company fire hydrant used by the City of Adrian, 
Michigan from 1883 to 1988 (1989.0052). 

Government of Aitutaki, Aitutaki Post Office: 13 mint stamps, 3 first day 
covers, and 2 souvenir sheets of Aitutaki (1988.0607). 

Alpha Wire Corporation (through Allen P. Marconi): 100-foot spool of 
50-wire rainbow ribbon computer cable (1988.3055). 

American Airlines (through J. J. O'Neill): 7 components of the SABRE IBM 
7090 computer system (1987.0130). 

The American Institute of Architects Archives (through Tony P. Wrenn): 

bronze medal commemorating the centennial of the American Institute of 
Architects in 1957 (1988.0776). 

American Red Cross, National Headquarters (through Mary D. Doering): 

6 videotape cassettes and 7 posters, pamphlets and information packets 
about AIDS (1988.3143). 

American Sterilizer Company (through Richard Mancuso): surgical case cart 
with 3 wire shelves (1984.3008). 

Americans for Robertson: press release packet (1989.0139). 

Amtrak, National Railroad Passenger Corporation (through Bruce Heard): 
"Jewelry/Watch Inspector" sign from Union Station in Chicago 
(1988.0102). 

William Anderson: 3 packages of disposable acupuncture needles (1989.0129). 

Anne M. and Charles E. Andrew in memory of Mrs. Alice E. Parry: pair of 
girl's Goodyear rubber boots, 1906 (1989.0083). 

Anonymous: japanned tinware including a spice cannister set, bread box, 
molasses pitcher, and tea cannister, ca. 1900, and a child's 
highchair, 1875-1910 (1988.0541); 9 pieces of cookware, 8 games and 
toys, a set of paper tableware, insulator kit, toilet training seat, 
and a lazy susan (1988.0608); 2 sets of towel bars, 2 clothing dryers, 
a soap dish, set of place mats, package of preserve labels, and an 
aluminum tray (1988.3132). 

Henry 0. Archinal in memory of R. G. Curtis: prototype of a WW II 
ammunition box (1988.0298). 



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Lt. Col. Muriel M. Ardery, USAF (Ret.): U.S. Air Force experimental 

exercise skirt of blue denim (1989.0053). 
Charles C. Armbruster, John Lee Armbruster, Ruama Jane Armbruster Nelson, 

and Betty Louise Armbruster Raite Patino: patient-sized chest portion 

of an iron lung invented by C. E. H. Armbruster and an air pump with 

fly wheel motor used to operate it (1982.0200). 
Chris Armenis: Post Office Department patch with mail handler secondary 

patch and a metal postal employee's badge (1988.0574). 
Dale Armstrong: crankshaft used in a drag racer, ca. 1986 (1987.0882). 
Joan S. Atwell: paper dress printed "Nixon," worn at a Young Republican 

rally in Rochester, New York, 1968 (1988.0757). 
Commonwealth of Australia, Headquarters of Australian Army, Australian 

Military Attache (through Brigadier P. K. Cole): submachine gun with 

accessories (1988.0019). 
Reserve Bank of Australia, Currency and Banking Department (through 

N. W. Skillicorn): 10-dollar commemorative note printed on synthetic 

polymer-based paper, issued on January 26, 1988 (1988.0525). 
Todd Axelrod: 2 violin bows, one made by Adam and the other made by Emile 

Ouchard (1988.0115). 
BASF Structural Materials, Inc. (through Mykie Carroll and Rosemary 

McKeller): spool of Celion carbon fiber and a sample of carbon 

(1987.3108). 
Babbitt for President Committee, Inc. : videotape cassette of a debate held 

November 25, 1987 (1989.0134). 
A. E. Bachelet: model of a washboard patented by Celeste Bachelet in 1926 

(1989.0019). 
Franz Bader: 2 cibachrome photographs by Mr. Bader, Snow Writing and 

Brown and Yellow , 1988 (1989.0163). 
Dorothy A. Badin in memory of Frederick B. Hanson: wooden sign, "Darkies 

Bathing Prohibited" (1988.0758). 
Bailey Banks and Biddle (through Paul W. Thurston): white low-relief 

ceramic plate commemorating James Madison and the U.S. Constitutional 

Bicentennial, designed by Eugene Daub, 1987 (1987.0735). 
Arlie L. and Vernamae Baker: songbook published by the National Temperance 

Society, 1889 (1988.0584). 
Baldt, Inc. (through Frank Amalfitano): die-forged steel submarine anchor 

chain (1987.0604). 
Lawrence R. Baldus in memory of G. Charter (Nick) Harrison: 3 Primary New 

York City-type air and spring guns, 1868-75 (1989.0118). 
B & O/C & Railroad (through R. J. Dischinger): 3 components and a 

pamphlet relating to the Datamatic 1000 computer system (1987.0748). 
Walton G. Banks, Inc. (through Walton G. Banks): Monroe calculating machine 

and operating instruction (1984.3046). 
Helen M. and Robert Barsoom: brass numeral "8" and a generator plate from 

the USS West Virginia and a brass generator plate from the USS 

Oklahoma , both sunk in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 (1988.0516). 
Lt. Col. Grace M. Barth, USAF (Ret.): pair of dress white uniform gloves 

(1989.0127). 
Vineta D. Bartlett: pair of U.S. Navy white dress pumps worn by 

Ms. Bartlett during WW II (1989.0169); 3 wooden lace bobbins from 

Denmark, early 20th century (1989.0181). 
Hester M. Bates: silver nursing nipple (1988.0602). 
Raymond Battaglia: Elgin pocket watch, ca. 1911, and a Hamilton pocket 

watch, ca. 1928 (1988.0738). 



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Battelle Memorial Institute (through Paul T. Santilli): prototype 

production vessel, ca. 1955, and 9 tools made by the hot isostatic 

pressing metallurgical process (1987.0548); Columbus Division (through 

Ian M. Mercier): 2 polyethylene gas line pipe sections and a steel 

nuclear plant pipe section (1988.3042). 
John K. Beaver: 22 rifle and pistol cartridges, a Krag rifle bullet and a 

Krag-Jorgensen rifle tool (1985.0365). 
W. P. Bebbington: Edison Amberola phonograph, 1915-29 (1988.0050). 
Beckman Instruments, Inc. (through Arnold 0. Beckman, Ph.D. and Robert R. 

Crittendon): Beckman Model E analytical ultracentrif uge used to obtain 

precise molecular measurements (1988.0493). 
Robert W. Bemer: 8 notebooks and 3 booklets relating to the history of 

computer software (1979.3056). 
H. Milton Benas in memory of Horace Wesley Benas: 2 theater programs and a 

souvenir book from the New York Hippodrome (1988.0715). 
Dr. Jules E. Benbenek : Magnetron electron tube, 1936, and an ELMAC vacuum 

tube (1988.0805). 
Elizabeth W. Bendiner: 55 pins and medals sold during WW II for war relief 

and a coin imprinted "Freedom, May 5, 1961" (1989.0017). 
Beretta U.S.A. Corporation (through Robert D. Bass): 4 frames, 4 barrels, 

4 slides, and 3 pistols, all showing the stages of construction of a 

Beretta M9 pistol (1989.0068). 
Judith Berger: 2 chromolithographed Danish circus posters and an American 

silkscreened poster (1988.0694). 
Helen Berman, Ph.D.: 4 Watson and Crick model DNA templates made at 

Cambridge University in March 1953 (1988.0494). 
Elizabeth P. Berry: wooden surveyor's compass marked "Anthony Davenport, 

Portland" and an unmarked case (1989.0541). 
Bescar Industries (through William H. Bessel): wooden crab-cracking mallet 

(1987.0635). 
Harriet B. Best: 232 locomotive builders' plates (1986.0844). 
Anthony E. Bisantz: Chinese type-54 pistol with accesories (1989.0119). 
Black Box Collotype (through John V. Graff): 3 collotype prints of the 

Chicago Tribune building, 1922 (1988.0639). 
Regina Blaszczyk: 2 patches, a cap, and a T-shirt from various bicycling 

events and a factory worker's apron (1988.0482). 
Edward Marshall Boehm, Inc. (through Frank J. Cosentino): 2 unglazed 

porcelain figures of a "Screech Owl" and a plaster wing mold used in 

making the figures, ca. 1981 (1984.0067). 
Gwendolyn R. Bolger: scarecrow costume worn by Ray Bolger in the 1939 

motion picture The Wizard of Oz (1987.0608). 
Philip Borish: key chain from the 1985 Inaugural Ball and a program and 

audiotape cassette from a First Lady's Tea held on June 9, 1988 

(1988.0567). 
Bowdoin College, Department of Physics (through E. 0. LaCasce): 7 lantern 

slides and a set of 29 lantern slides, all showing astronomical 

subjects (1988.0385); 11 photographs making up Henry A. Rowland's map 

of the normal solar spectrum, 1888 (1989.0082). 
Helen King Boyer: 18 etched aluminum printing plates by Louise M. Boyer and 

an etched plate by Helen King Boyer (1988.0582). 
Peter B. Boyne: pair of man's khaki cotton trousers, 1955-65, and a man's 

cotton T-shirt, 1988 (1988.3151); pair of man's sandals, 1970 

(1989.3005). 
Susan A. Bradley and William Tarpai : Norte Vista High School varsity 



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letterman's jacket, 1966 (1988.0552). 
Margaretta W. Brede: woman's cape, 1855-70 (1988.0020). 
Donald W. Broman II: letter with a dress fabric sample attached, early 

19th-century, and a Victorian needlework ball (1987.0761). 
Brother International Corporation (through P. T. Gilmore) : EP-20 dot matrix 

portable typewriter-printer, ca. 1983 (1989.0005). 
Carleton C. and Imogene C. Brower: 6 silver teaspoons, 1800-50; 6-piece 

Gorham and Company silver coffee and tea service, 1850-60; and a 

silver-plated tray by the Ellis-Barker Silver Companies, early 20th 

century (1988.0569). 
Brown Univeristy, Afro-American Studies Program, Rites and Reason Committee 

(through George H. Bass and Ron Weaver): bronze sculpture, The Bird of 

New Hope , by Joseph Geran, 1980 (1989.0103). 
Franklin H. Brown and Robin L. Brown: 12 pieces of infant's clothing and 

accessories, 1927 (1988.0481). 
Louise Este Bruce in memory of Mrs. James Bruce: Abercrombie & Fitch 

generator/flashlight, ca. 1935 (1989.0362). 
John E. Brunhammer: aluminum coin on a keychain inscribed "Ronald Reagan 

Coin 1982 Good for Nothing," designed by Mr. Brunhammer (1988.0744). 
James H. Bruns: 2 silver bowls, 1941-43, and a silver plate, 1969, awarded 

to Franklin R. Bruns, Jr. for outstanding philatelic research and 

writing (1987.0582). 
Dorothy K. Burch: electric peanut-butter machine made by Salton, Inc., 

ca. 1975 (1988.3165). 
Mrs. George Burch: 8 pieces of equipment developed and used by Dr. George 

Burch during his research in cardiology (1988.0366). 
Burrell Advertising Company (through Allen Hovious and Robert A. Jackson): 

7 tear sheets showing black craftsmen at work and used to advertise 

Jack Daniel's whiskey (1987.3131). 
Burroughs Corporation, Defense and Space Group, Great Valley Laboratory 

(through J. Jay Wolf): 2 thin film memory planes, a set of 11 thin 

film memory circuits, set of 4 Burroughs computer models, Atlas 

computer model and an input/output package (1987.0822). 
Herschel B. and Thelma M. Burt: 8 printing blocks (1987.0742). 
John Byrne: piece of original "Superman" comic artwork (1987.0463). 
Calhoun's Collectors Society, Inc. (through Stafford Calvin): 13 23-carat 

gold stamps commemorating the American colonies, issued as local 

emissions of Staffa, Scotland, 1975 (1988.0394). 
Heather H. Campbell: 5 salve sticks, a salve tube and a salve label 

(1988.0648). 
Louise D. Campbell: 344 geometric models made by A. Harry Wheeler 

(1979.0102). 
Carpenter Technology Corporation (through W. E. Roberts): 11 components 

from an IBM 650 digital computer, 2 boxes of parts, and 18 pieces of 

documentation (306013). 
Frances W. Carter: painted wooden sign from the Mt. Zion Mission Baptist 

Church (1986.0812). 
Lena C. Carter: girl's 2-piece cotton dress and a pinafore apron, 1860-80 

(1989.0123). 
David L. and Joyce Q. Casey: 2 Sony Betamax videotape cassette recorders 

and 2 Sony videotape recorder auto changers, 1977-79 (1988.0784). 
Russell K. Cashdollar: shot glass with slogan "Happy Days Are Here Again" 

and picture of a donkey (1988.0709). 
Joseph A. Castellano, Ph.D.: 9 examples of early electronic watches and a 



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bomb sight, all with liquid crystal displays (1987.0039). 
Castle Metals (through C. L. Reed): uncut crankshaft billet and 

semi-finished crankshaft (1988.3031). 
Rachel Chelnick: Bausch and Lomb soft contact lens sterilizer (1989.0022). 
The Chicago Public Library, Special Collections Division (through Laura 

Linard): graduation program from Western High School in the District 

of Columbia, June 22, 1893 (1989.0072). 
Government of the Republic of China, Directorate General of Posts, The 

Philatelic Department: 102 stamps, 19 first day covers, and 2 souvenir 

sheets of the Republic of China (1987.0510). 
George W. Christensen: man's denim jacket and trousers, wool tweed 

trousers, and suede 'stars and stripes" trousers, all late 1960s 

(1989.0056). 
Mrs. Hans Christensen: silver coffeepot with redwood handle made by Hans 

Christensen in 1955 (1989.0168). 
Estate of Dorothy H. Christian (through F. Elwood Davis): 55 documents and 

personal memorabilia from the administration of President Warren G. 

Harding, 1921-23 (1986.0834); 3 books, 1916-34 (1986.3145). 
Cinematronics Inc. (through Jim Pierce): video game titled "The Dragon's 

Lair" (1984.0891). 
Eric H. Clamons: 10 sets of papers documenting the work of the ANSI X3L2 

Committee on Codes which Mr. Clamons chaired, 1968-72 (1980.3029). 
Mrs. Albert R. Clark: khaki cotton Eisenhower jacket worn by Sgt. Albert R. 

Clark, ca. 1945 (1989.0543). 
Dolores J. Cleary: knit wool utility cap and a WAC/WAF "Pallas Athena" 

guidon, WW II (1988.0638). 
Wayman Cobine in memory of Dolores Cobine: Model G 20-40 Rumely Oil-Pull 

tractor, ca. 1920 (1988.0372). 
Ada M. Coe: miniature rubber boot (1988.0683). 

Barbara J. Coffee: aluminum West Bend bun warmer, 1950s (1989.0220). 
I. Bernard Cohen: 15 German posters on the history of computing devices and 

2 IBM punched cards, 1930s (1988.0803). 
Herbert R. Collins: 8 covers, 4 postal cards, and 3 postcards (1987.0410). 
Columbia University, Columbia University Libraries (through Suzanne 

Fedunok): 2 books on factor stencils by Derrick N. Lehmer and 2 sets 

of stencils for factoring large numbers, 1929 (1988.0316). 
Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO (through Francine S. Zucker): 

union patch (1988.3133). 
Donald D. Conard: "Verona" U.S. flag set for an automobile, 1920-25 

(1989.0021) . 
Congress of National Black Churches (through Joseph Eaglin): poster, "Three 

Good Reasons Why You Should Register & Vote" (1987.0493). 
S. Jackson Conn and William M. Conn: violin purchased by Solomon Conn in 

1863 and carried by him during his service with the 87th Indiana 

Volunteers during the Civil War (1988.0716). 
Consolidated Rail Corporation (through W. M. Wehner, P.E.): collection of 

approximately 10,000 drawings, blueprints and mechanical copies of 

various structures built by railroads now part of CONRAIL (1987.3112). 
Government of the Cook Islands, Post Office, Philatelic Bureau: 6 mint 

stamps, 3 souvenir sheets, and 2 first day covers of the Cook Islands 

(1988.0193); 6 stamps and a first day cover of the Cook Islands 

(1989.0233). 
Dr. Genrose Copley: 5 feed sacks, 3 disassembled feed sacks, and 2 feed 

sack fragments all made by Aubrey Feed Mills of Louisville, Kentucky, 



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1940s-60s (1989.0276). 
Rushton G. Cortelyou: autocamping tent, 1919 (1988.0768). 
Cougar Chemical Corporation (through Roy Singleton, Jr.): sheet of Monsanto 

"AstroTurf synthetic grass (1988.3049). 
James P. Cragg, Jr. and Marie S. Cragg: "Irvington Rexall Pharmacy' sign, 

7 medicines, a dispensing bottle, and a perfume display bottle 

(1989.0091); 21 pharmacy labels, a bag, and a pad (1989.3022). 
Jeffery R. D. Crockett in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Norton S. Crockett: 

Columbia Viva-Tonal grafonola portable phonograph, ca. 1928 

(1987.0031). 
Theodore R. Crom: part of a watch crown wheel rounding-up tool, 19th 

century (1987.0185). 
Thomas N. Cross, M.D. : gold-plated pencil case worn on a watch chain and a 

box of pencil refills, ca. 1910 (1987.0209). 
Government of Cuba, Ministerio de Comunicaciones, Empresa de Correos, 

Prensa y Filatelia: 47 mint stamps, 24 first day covers, and a 

souvenir sheet of Cuba (1987.0431). 
Lt. Comdr. Bruce Emmet Curtin and Gail Curtin: U.S. Cavalry enlisted man's 

dress coat, 1872-84, worn in service by Thomas Robert Curtin, Sr. 

(1989.0474). 
DC Comics Inc. (through Paul Levitz): 8 folders and a box of "Superman" 

comic books and strips, scripts, illustrations, books promotional 

material, and newspaper clippings (1988.3084). 
D. D. Half Ball Inc. (through Bernard P. O'Brien): 5 balls and a bat used 

to play half-ball (1988.0605). 
Mark H. Dall: pocket watch with Swiss movement and a U.S. silver hunter 

case, ca. 1866 (1988.0796); sword belt and plate used by William H. 

Dall, 1851 (1988.0800). 
Pete Daniel: 5 phonograph records (1988.0374). 
Danmarks Grafiske Museum (through Ervin Nielsen): chromolithograph portrait 

of Thorwaldsen by P. E. Johanssen, ca. 1935 (1988.0673). 
The Dannon Company, Inc. (through Barbara Beck): advertising poster showing 

a construction worker eating yogurt (1988.3138). 
Darnestown Limited Partnership (through Michael B. Landow): section of 

patterned concrete block wall section, 1913 (1988.3156). 
Davidson: geodesic dome (1983.0019). 
Watson Davis: 19 audiotape cassettes of the "Adventure in Science" radio 

program, 1955-56 (1986.3137). 
Sidney Dickstein: 5 man's neckties, 1968-74; a 3-piece Pierre Cardin suit, 

1975; and a girl's Gunne Sax dress, 1976 (1989.0061). 
Louis DiLauro: 16 billion-units of Kangra , 13th-14th century (1988.0274). 
The Walt Disney Company (through Roy E. Disney and Michael 0. Eisner): 

6 pencil drawings and 5 animation cells for "Steamboat Willie," the 

first Mickey Mouse cartoon, 1928 (1988.0434). 
District of Columbia Government, Department of Corrections: 3 signs, a 

poster, mirror, key with tag, and a denim jacket from the old D.C. 

jail (1982.0496). 
Helen V. Dolan: photograph of Mrs. Grover Cleveland, 1886 (1989.0454). 
Dole for President Committee, Inc.: 2 videotape cassettes, a letter, 

pamphlet, leaflet, form, decal, and a brochure (1989.0087). 
Robert F. Dow, M.D. : 2 Lepel diathermy machines, a Siemens diathermy 

machine, basal metabolism tester, vibrator, Fischer quartz ultraviolet 

unit, suction pressure unit, and a plexiglass back brace (1984.0605). 
Francis D. Doyle: Crosley "Icy Ball" absorption refrigerating unit, 



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ca. 1925 (1988.0609). 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, External Affairs Department (through 

Richard J. Woodward): "Kelvar" helmet (1988.0191); 3 artificial 

arteries, 2 packages of veins, 2 packages of sutures, 2 soft tissue 

patches, and 2 surgical membrane patches (1988.0645); 

ballistic-resistant vest in a white dress shirt style (1988.3041); 

Fibers Department (through Cassandra L. Horner): "Second Chance" 

bullet proof vest, set of 4 rope segments, set of 3 pairs of 

"Armordillos" gloves, set of 3 "Nomex/Kevlar" honeycomb squares, and a 

set of 2 "Kelvar" bobbins (1989.3026). 
Pete Du Pont for President: 2 videotape cassettes and a set of 9 bumper 

stickers (1989.0088). 
Arthur D. Dubin: 31 folders of papers relating to George M. Pullman and the 

production of the Pullman Palace Car (1986.3024). 
Prof. Shirley Surrette Duffy: "The Checkbook Balancer" adding machine 

(1989.0573). 
Mike Dukakis for President: videotape cassette, press kit, bumper sticker, 

and a button (1989.0132). 
George W. Earle, Jr. : Autographic Register counter billing machine and a 

business address rubber stamp used with the machine, ca. 1904 

(1988.0348). 
Judge Robert J. Eby: button, "Eby" .judicial campaign, 1981 (1989.0359). 
Nanci K. Edwards: Dennison paper fastener container (1989.0426). 
Edwin Ellett Tile Company (through Edwin E. Ellett and Grace F. Febrey): 

126 decorative ceramic tiles (1989.0006). 
Luis Tomas Estrada: poster of tough-looking Uncle Sam figure captioned 

"Sambo" (1988.0646). 
Elizabeth M. Everall: blue Greek-style handbag, 1968-72 (1988.0691). 
Max Factor (through Allen G. Kurtzman and Kim Rahilly) : 19 cosmetic 

products of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s (1989.0120). 
Mary N. Farha in memory of Lewis N., Nabeha B., and Nemetallah Ferris 

Farha: framed document, "Gibran's Message to Young Americans of Syrian 

Origin," 1926 (1988.0619). 
Faye Klapp Feniger and Henry Ewing Feniger: gray wool automobile blanket, 

1900-20 (1988.0781). 
Harriett Ferreira (through Helen D. Renteria) : blue and white double-woven 

coverlet, 19th century (1988.0359). 
Charles W. Fertig: 26 folders of manuscript records relating to the 

development of direct plate laser imager technology for newspaper 

printing (1988.3130). 
Sandra M. Field: decorated egg inscribed "ES, 1818" (1989.0219). 
Aline File: gold and pearl bracelet, 1860-80 (1989.0165). 
Leo Finegold: bumper sticker, "Reagan-Bush Is NOT A Christmas Tree" 

(1988.0640). 
Avram Finkelstein: 11 posters, 4 flyers, 2 T-shirts, a button, and a bumper 

■ sticker, all concerned with the AIDS pandemic (1988.0537). 
Finley: 2 sleeves, a collar, and a border of whitework embroidery, 19th 

century (1988.0330). 
Flexi-Therm, Inc. (through Seymour Katz): 4 thermoflex detectors 

(1986.3094); (through Seymour Katz and Hans S. Stern): 14 sets of 

graphics and pieces of thermographic equipment used to diagnose 

illness by the body's heat patterns (1985.3025). 
Alexander A. Fondak, M.D.: silver chalice and case, embroidered wrap, 1886 

program album, piece of sheet music, and a ribbon, all owned by the 



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Grover Cleveland family (1989.0466). 
Donald W. Footer man's barbeque apron, 1950s (1988.3159). 
Mrs. Jane Jeffcoat Footer woman's letter sweater (1988.0601). 
Shelly Jayne Footer 2 woman's hair ornaments, a leather handbag, pair of 

platform shoes, dress, trousers, and a blouse, 1967-75 (1989.0161); in 

memory of Elizabeth Footer 2 needle books, 1909 and 1920s (1989.0337). 
LaVerne Forbush (through Helen Mary Overstreet)r 5 engraved prints and a 

photomechanical intaglio print (1989.0096). 
Delsie D. Foreman in memory of George W. Foreman r 24 audiotape cassettes of 

software for a Heathkit computer (1989.3073). 
C. Leslie Forsythr 5 brass Masonic chapter "pennies" and 2 bronze 

commemorative medals (1988.0778). 
John M. Fowlerr bracelet charm shaped like highway route sign labeled 

•US 31, Kentucky" (1989.0439). 
James Frankr untitled collotype print of a tree by Mr. Frank (1988.0615). 
Dr. Ulrich A. Frankr RCA portable radar and a Thermistor thermometer 

(1988.0741). 
Freeda Vitamins, Inc. (through Philip Zimmerman, Ph.D. and Sylvia 

Zimmerman) r 14 varieties of Freeda vitamins and an advertising 

calendar for 1983 (1983.0165). 
David A. Freemanr lithograph, Manhatten Backdrop , made by Mark Freeman, 

1930s (1989.0191). 
Henry B. Fried r 3 electic watch movements and an electric digital watch 

(1987.0156). 
Emanuel Fritz (through Barbara E. Fritz) r Dennison's container for paper 

fasteners (1988.0042). 
M. B. and Ruth Furmanr brooch and bracelet set of gold with sapphires, 

brooch and bracelet set of gold with aquamarines and rubies, 2 

brooches made with opals and diamonds, and a ring of gold with 

sapphires and diamonds (1988.0476). 
Edwin Gablerr 2 fountain pens, one by Parker and the other by Esterbrook 

(1987.0407). 
Adam Gallanr Fairbanks "Tu-Ba-Phone" banjo, Vega Company tenor banjo, 

unmarked banjo with case, "Arthur Godfrey" ukelele, Lakeside guitar 

with case, and a child's fibreboard violin with bow (1987.0055). 
La Garita Del Centinela, S.A. (through Oscar F. Kolombatovich) r fencing 

mask and a plastron (1989.0125). 
Laurence M. Gartelr print of a computer graphic, Energy Men , by Mr. Gartel, 

1988 (1989.0199). 
General Electric Company, Corporate Research and Development (through 

George Wise) r set of 36 germanium transistors, a germanium crystal, 

and a transistor, 1952-56 (1984.0150). 
General Stencils, Inc. (through David Braun) r 17 stencil punch sets, 

9 brass and paper stencils, 2 planishing irons, and a stencil punch 

carousel, 1925-85 (1987.0636). 
Gephardt for President r press kit and a letter requesting contributions 

(1989.0135). 
Althea Gibsonr 2 Wimbledon Ladies' Singles Championship trophies, 1957-58; 

3 Ladies' Doubles Championship loving cups, 1956-58; and a tennis *s 

outfit and racket used by Ms. Gibson at Wimbledon in 1957 (1988.0260). 
Sara Gilbertr Shrimptons' Eclipse crochet hook with handle cover, patented 

in 1912 (1988.0703). 
Joan E. Gittensr "Bush/Quayle '88" button (1988.0833). 
Elizabeth W. Glascochr 2 curtain sections of machine-made net with machine 



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embroidery, early 20th century (1989.0275); 2 pairs of pleated silk 

clip-on lamp shades, ca. 1900 (1989.0430). 
Nancy Jan Gleason: elephant and donkey pull toys made for the Republican 

and Democratic National Conventions, 1988 (1988.0714). 
David and Harriet M. Gold: 8 radio transcription discs by the 

U.S. Department of the Treasury, Savings Bonds Division, 1930-50 

(1988.0061). 
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company (through Michael W. Cook): section of 

rubber tire from a 35-ton earthmover truck (1988.3054). 
Robert W. Gorman: pair of ice skates worn by Gordie How, ca. 1978 

(1988.0806). 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Gosney: Bown & Tetley rifle with etched scrollwork 

and scenes on the stock (1987.0671). 
Mrs. Janet L. Gray: 2-piece devil's Halloween costume and an "Official 

Charlie McCarthy" hat (1989.0417). 
Great American Salvage Company (through D. A. Kasle) : 8 marble balusters, 

7 glazed terra cotta wall tiles, 2 sections of copper cornice, bronze 

radiator heater grille, wooden stairway handrail, and a wooden doorway 

pediment (1988.3039). 
Joel Grey: tailcoat, pants, shirt, pair of shoes, socks, and a box filled 

with make-up, all used by Mr. Grey in his stage and movie role of the 

M.C. in Cabaret and a playbill and program from the 1977 tour of 

Cabaret ( 1989.0374). 
Adelaide Rendleman Grieve: peach silk teddy and an embroidered handbag 

purchased by Mrs. Grieve in Paris in 1928 (1988.0600). 
Margaret Grimes in honor of Mavis Warner Van Peenen: 13 articles of woman's 

clothing and accessories including a cape, dress cap, blouse, teddy, 

hoop, bustle, 2 necklaces, a pair of earrings in their original box, 

lapel watch, and a pair of brooches, late 19th through mid-20th 

century (1989.0055). 
Sondra Grupen: U.S. Navy identification tag for Registered Nurse 

Nora B. Limberg dated September 15, 1917 (1989.0094). 
Donald M. Gruse: 2 caps of the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association 

(1988.0297). 
Dona Guimaraes: 57 pieces of child's and adult's clothing, cosmetics, 

woman's jewelry, personal care products for traveling, and 

miscellaneous accessories, 1880-1980 (1988.0280); photograph of a 

woman in a bathing suit, 1922-32 (1988.0469). 
C. D. Gull: box of carbon paper, 1920s (1988.0623). 
Cloyd Dake Gull: U.S. -made pistol with a patent date of April 5, 1887 

(1989.0258). 
Haig for President, Inc.: 6 buttons, 4 bumper stickers, a window sticker, 

brochure, and an information packet (1989.0101). 
Milton Halberstadt: 23 tear sheets, 6 proof sheets, 5 photographs, 

4 brochures, a dye transfer print, and a poster, all used in 

developing advertisements (1988.0156); 3 billboard advertisements in 

34 pieces, 26 tear sheets, 10 type "R" prints, 7 posters, 7 proof 

sheets, a brochure, and a photograph (1988.0157); 9 color 

transparencies (1988.3024); 27 color transparencies (1988.3025). 47 

color transparencies (1988.3026). 
John C. Hambrick on behalf of the Hambrick Family: broadside, "Negroes for 

Sale," 1841 (1989.0020). 
Hanes Corporation, Hanes Hosiery Division (through Gordon Hanes): 

3 circular knitting machines, 1910-40 (320687). 



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George H. and Nancy Noble Harder: Ford Country Squire station wagon, 1955 

(1989.0211). 
Robert S. Harding: 'Ronald McDonald" digital wrist watch, 1984 (1987.0932). 
Jean D. and Samuel E. Harris, Jr.: infant's coat and cap, 1960 (1989.0140). 
Karyn Jean Harris: woman's tie-dyed dress, notebook about tie-dying, and a 

poncho-style cape, 1970-71 (1988.0670). 
Michael R. Harris: phonograph record of hockey tips from Garry Unger and 

Barclay Plager (1988.0370). 
John E. Hasse: Fender Rhodes portable electric piano and 3 owner's manuals, 

ca. 1972 (1988.0047). 
William F. Haworth: Johnson light machine gun manufactured by the Cranston 

Arms Company of Providence, Rhode Island, 1941 (1989.0440). 
Health Mart, Inc. (through Bruce Kneeland): 19 pain relievers, cold 

medicines, vitamins, food supplements, and personal care items 

(1988.0687). 
Raymond J. Hebert: 48 ancient Greek fractional coins of the 4th-5th century 

B.C. (1988.0458); 5 quartz clocks and wristwatches (1988.0810). 
William H. Helfand: 6 bottles, 2 belladonna plasters, a show globe, and a 

wooden advertising token (1983.0749); 2 white ceramic ointment pots 

and a Lydia Pinkham advertising thread case, all ca. 1895 (1985.0618); 

224 pieces of medically related ephemera (1987.3043). 
Edward L. Heller: book of logarithmic and trigonometric tables by 

Kaj L. Nielsen, 1965 (1984.3078). 
Edgar H. Hemmer: Gloria Light Company Oxo-Gas hollow-wire system gas burner 

and storage tank, ca. 1920 (1989.0549). 
Stephen M. Henderson: envelope with black border used by Jacqueline Kennedy 

after President Kennedy's death in 1963 (1989.0360). 
Joseph H. Hennage: Hoffmann Type & Engraving Company top-lever hand press, 

E. & W. Ullmer Albion hand press of 1859, and a #2 Lowe proof press 

(1988.0650). 
Lloyd E. Herman: man's Pierre Cardin jumpsuit, 1960s, and a tie-dyed shirt, 

1964-65 (1988.0812); man's reversible patchwork necktie and 

cummerbund, 1980s (1989.0039). 
Harry Hickox: 9 toys and promotional objects, 3 hand puppets, a marionette, 

and a television prop train, all related to the "Jump-Jump of Holiday 

House" radio and television shows, 1948-54 (1988.0519); 8 phonograph 

records and 6 film reels of "Jump Jump of Holiday House" (1988.0653). 
Dorothy and Paul Hieronymus: Prospectus by William Douglass, inventor of an 

automatic grain binder system (1988.3125). 
Deborah D. Hilke: 8-piece Commodore 64 personal computer system and 4 users 

guides and manuals (1989.0544). 
Robert W. Hoelscher: machine gun made by Canadian Arsenals Limited of 

Kitchener, Ontario, 1954 (1987.0385). 
Christine Hoepfner and Jeannie M. Wayne: American Automobile Association 

Triptik road map showing route from San Diego, California to 

Washington, D.C. (1988.0626). 
Adrienne Hoffman: oversized porcelain cup and saucer decorated in the 

"Quail" pattern, 19th century (1987.0811). 
David and Iris Hoffman: 932 postcards of African-American images, 1900-33 

(1987.3116). 
Carolyn N. and Donald Hoke: 5 typewriter ribbon tins (1989.0179). 
Helen E. Holley: U.S. Army uniform skirt, shirt, hat, and raincoat 

(1989.0152). 
Maj. Gen. Jeanne M. Holm, USAF (Ret.): woman's D.S. Air Force formal 



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uniform sleeve insignia, rank of Colonel (1989.0128). 
Hoover Group Inc., Ball and Roller Division (through Kenneth M. Goodman): 

set of 8 balls of different materials and a 'Balls" poster (1987.3109). 
Grace Murray Hopper: Navy arm patch and a Cruft Laboratory badge worn by 

Ms. Hopper during WW II (1989.0093). 
Murray and Roslyn H. Horowitz: gold and porcelain dental partial 

(1988.0734). 
Lina V. Howe: magnet, placecard, and a lapel pin, all with the Democratic 

Party's donkey motif, 1988 (1988.0557). 
Donald A. Humble: fused mass of Spanish coins salvaged from the USS Maine 

sunk in Havanna Harbor, Cuba in 1898 (1988.0791). 
Adm. Raymond P. Hunter: Seth Thomas ship's bell clock (1986.0859). 
Evelyn M. Hurlburt: refractor telescope with tripod and an auxiliary 

telescope (1988.0636). 
Dr. Harry D. and Velma R. Huskey: main unit, magnetic tape drive, 

typewriter, set of program tapes, set of paper tape cassettes, and a 

reel of paper tape, all part of the Bendix G-15 digital electronic 

computer invented by Dr. Huskey, 1955-60 (1988.0435); 77 pieces of 

documentation for the Bendix G-15 computer (1988.3106). 
Thomas Imgram in memory of Jeanne Virby Imgram: Emerson 'Snow White" radio, 

ca. 1937 (1988.0369). 
Peter Indorf: 2 medals commemorating the 350th anniversary of the founding 

of New Haven, Connecticut, 1638-1988 (1988.0779). 
International Business Machines Corporation (through Paul J. Friedl): SCAMP 

personal computer with power supply (1988.0681); 8 notebooks, 2 

folders, a booklet, and a set of audiotape cassettes documenting the 

SCAMP personal computer (1988.3146); (through D. E. Knight): 9 

components of an IBM 702 computer system (1987.0747). 
Izod Youthwear (through Mitchell Porigow): boy's white knit polo shirt 

marked "Izod Lacoste" with a blue alligator applique on the front, 

1988 (1988.0392); boy's Izod Lacoste shirt, 1988 (1988.3109). 
Tim James: King trumpet made for and played by Harry James (1988.0057). 
The Bank of Japan, Cash Department (through Mitsuo Fujimoto) : 4 500- yen 

coins commemorating the opening of the Seikan Tunnel and the Seto 

Bridge, 1988 (1988.0770). 
A. G. Jennings & Sons: 125 pieces of silk lace manufactured by A. G. 

Jennings & Sons, 1880s (1987.0414). 
Susan R. and William F. Jensen: miniature 42-star U.S. Flag (1989.0312). 
Joey Jobes: wooden duck decoy made and signed by Mr. Jobes, 1988 

(1988.0802). 
Johns Hopkins University, Department of Physics (through Dean George Owen): 

ruling engine for optical gratings built by Prof. Henry A. Rowland, 

ca. 1880 (304122). 
Frederick H. Johnson, Jr.: Estey 2 manual and pedal reed organ including 

bench, blower, and tubing (1989.0190). 
Richard A. and Virginia L. Johnson: chromatic harmonica made by Kooch of 

Germany, 1900-25 (1987.0434). 
William A. Jones: 2 photographs of school children in Meridian, Mississippi 

(1989.0027). 
K. Kadokura: Japanese abacus (1989.0515). 
Satoru Kakitsubo: 5 bronze Japanese art medals designed by Mr. Kakitsubo 

(1985.0718). 
Sylvan J. Kamm: Babe Rainbow lithographed print on tin by Peter Blake, 1968 

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Alvin R. and Marjorie Sered Kantor: 41 U.S. postal marking devices, 10 

boxes of type, and a stamp pad (1987.0905),- 45 postal marking devices 

and postal badges (1988.0088); post office screen line unit with base, 

ca. 1900 (1988.0658). 
Lillian S. Kaplan: 36 phonograph records (1988.0824). 

E. C. Karnavas: 5-station germanium point contact assembly (1988.0473). 
Celine Karraker: 10 diaries kept by Leo H. Baekeland from 1907 to 1910 

(1984.3024); 10 diaries kept by Leo H. Baekeland from 1916 to 1920 

(1988.3001); 10 diaries kept by Leo H. Baekeland from 1920 to 1925 

(1988.3002); 10 diaries kept by Leo H. Baekeland from 1910 to 1916 

(1988.3017); 19 boxes of papers kept by Leo H. Baekeland (1988.3065). 
Jack Kemp for President: 8 buttons, 4 bumper stickers, 3 videotape 

cassettes, a strip of stickers, and an information leaflet (1989.0130), 
Deborah L. Kempf: 2 school memory books, Girl Scout mess kit and sash, 

"Woodstock" poster and headband, Beatles badge, 8-track tape, and 

trading card set, Jefferson Airplane poster, and a package of daisy 

decals (1987.0717). 
Dr. Bernard V. Kessler: Hastings automobile radio, ca. 1953 (1987.0464). 
Rose E. and Prof. Seymour R. Kesten: Clavioline electronic musical 

instrument made in Paris (1987.0122). 
Keuffel & Esser Company (through Marsh W. Bull): 2 dividing engines, a set 

of slide rules, pantograph, planimeter, compass, and a set of dividers 

(306012). 
Seymour Kevelson: Wildman circular rib knitting machine with March & 

Crowford stop mechanism, ca. 1905 (1989.0074). 
Claudia Brush Kidwell: pair of white plastic earrings, pair of ceramic 

earrings, and fake pearl necklace, all 1950s, and a girl's clear 

plastic umbrella, 1981-83 (1989.0043). 
Cody C. Kirkwood in memory of Helen Kirkwood and Arthur S. Knight: album of 

colorgraph prints with historic notes and instructions (1988.0580). 
Margaret B. Klapthor: envelope of documents from the "Just Say No" 

anti-drug campaign (1989.0100). 
M. B. Klein, Inc. (through Stanley F. Dobrzycki): set of 29 N-scale model 

trucks and automobiles and a set of 14 N-scale model pedestrians 

(1988.3104). 
Ben Kleinerman: 2 Transitape sound recorders, a Cinesone film adapter, and 

a reel of 16mm film (1987.0520). 
Carole R. and David C. Kline: 2 fragments of reproduction ingrain carpeting 

with pre-Civil War designs (1989.0280). 
Claudine K. Klose: 4 plastic toys including a bathroom set, sewing machine, 

rocking chair, and a vacuum cleaner, ca. 1946 (1988.0631). 
Marion Koehler: 19 pharmaceutical samples, 1983 (1984.0389). 
The Bank of Korea, New York Representative Office (through Stella L. M. 

Cerruti): 6-piece uncirculated coin set of the Republic of Korea, 1988 

(1988.0775). 
Carol L. Kregloh: 2 infant's shirts, 1986 (1989.0051). 
Kroloff Marshall & Associates (through Janette H. Brown): 3 transcripts, 

3 pamphlets, 3 tickets, 2 programs, 2 brochures, a button, and a 

T-shirt, all from the presidential and vice-presidential debates, 1988 

(1988.0704). 
Barbara E. Kuhns: combination pencil and paperclip made by Okaya of Japan 

(1986.0791). 
Kyocera Corporation (through Dr. Y. Hamano and M. Miyazaki): 4 ceramic 

turbo-charger rotors (1988.0171). 



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Labor Institute of Public Affairs (through Larry Kirkman) : 4 videotape 

cassettes, 3 newsletters, 2 balloons, 2 bumper stickers, 2 lapel pins, 

2 buttons, and a brochure, all from the "Union YES" campaign, 1988 

(1988.0826). 
Kathryn H. Lance: woman's beaded evening dress, 1926-27 (1989.0198). 
Lance Woodcraft Products (through John E. Foster): rosewood judge's gavel, 

1987 (1988.0178). 
Harriet Augusta Tusler Langer in memory of Harriet Conners Tusler: bandanna 

commemorating the U.S. Centennial, 1876 (1988.0666). 
League of Women Voters (through Nancy W. Neuman): 13 documents and a banner 

from the 1980 presidential debates and 15 documents and a T-shirt from 

the 1984 presidential debates (1988.0303). 
James K. Leavitt: information packet on the political views of Pat 

Robertson (1988.0745). 
J. A. Lehans: set of 3 type-A transistors, ca. 1949 (1988.0811). 
Lehigh University, Fritz Engineering Laboratory (through Dr. Roger G. 

Slutter): aluminum water pipe, laminated timber, structural steel 

beam, steel wire rope, and a welded steel bar, all compressed or 

tension-tested (1988.3036). 
P. Leiner Nutritional Products, Inc. (through Gale K. Bensussen) : 19 

vitamin and mineral products, a T-shirt, and an advertising display 

(1983.0083). 
Lenox, Incorporated (through Stephen F. Lichtenstein) : 7 plates, 6 bowls, 

2 divided serving dishes, cup with saucer, cup, creamer, and a sugar 

bowl with lid, all made of melamine plastic about 1960 (1988.0696). 
Maxine M. Leon: spool box shaped like a school desk with "inkwell hole" 

thimble-holder, 20th century (1989.0481). 
Bernard R. Levine: 12 table knives, and 2 forks, 19th century (1988.0763); 

nickel-silver fork marked for use by the U.S. Army's Medical 

Department, 1870-1910 (1988.0764). 
Alan R. Levinstone, M.D.: 2 Univac 1105 core planes, ca. 1960 (1988.0804). 
Alan and Elaine Levitt: 189 advertising materials used by Mr. and Mrs. 

Levitt at Sherman Pharmacy in Sherman, New York (1988.3090). 
Hope Anthony Levy: 5 needlework accessory containers and a Berlin 

embroidery pattern, all 19th century (1988.0203). 
Jay A. Lewis: Union Porcelain Works cream pitcher and covered sugar bowl 

used as salesman's samples (1989.0104). 
Ingrid E. Liedman: sash with 20 buttons and 4 stickers, "Women Against 

Military Madness" (1988.0641). 
Eli Lilly and Company (through William F. Pillow, Jr.): 28 pharmaceutical 

products (1982.0153); Archives (through Anita Martin): 11 drugs, 6 

syringes, 2 test kits, 2 needles, a sterilizing flask, and an insulin 

demonstration kit (1982.0498). 
Jesse Limoli: silver Canadian medal honoring Elvis Presley (1989.0035). 
Susan B. Lisk: woman's wedding dress with petticoat and drawers and a 

photograph of the bride, Mary Susan Stubblefield Carpenter, married on 

May 12, 1896 (1988.0725). 
Marguerite C. Little: diploma awarded to James Henry Herndon, M.D. in 1848 

and a medicine chest used by Dr. Herndon (1989.0204). 
Ralph Lockwood: triple-model horn made by Helmut Finke of West Germany, 

1977 (1986.0707). 
Reuben 0. Logan: practice sorting case used by Martin Musolf during his 

career with the U.S. Post Office, 1920-61 (1988.0053). 
Lonestar Cement Company (through Perry R. Keeton and John H. Delong): 



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6 cement briquette molds and a Tinius Olsen cement-testing machine 

(1988.3033) .' 
William M. Lubar: pair of safety goggles, 1936-40 (1989.0319). 
Nunzio A. Luce: 22 pieces of electronic watch material, 1970-79 (1987.0359) 
Wm. F. Ludwig, Jr.: pair of snakewood drumsticks (1988.0150). 
Lufkin Industries, Inc. (through Joseph P. Byrd III): Lufkin Mark II 

pumping unit, Grasshopper (1983.0086). 
Capt. Joseph F. Madeo, Jr.: 3 Shraeder diving pumps, 2 Morse jigger diving 

pumps, 2 telephones, a sea anchor oiler, diving transceiver, K.G. 

cutting torch, K.G. heating tanks, diving ladder, blasting machine, 

beach gear blockset, fairlead, and a self-contained diving apparatus 

(1979.0521). 
Christine M. and Dr. Christopher Magee: 3 dresses, a tunic, skirt, and a 

blouse worn by Mrs. Magee, 1969-72 (1988.0549). 
Rube Mandel: 5 fonts of iron printing type (1989.0011). 
Marklin, Inc. (through Frederick E. Gates): Z-scale model train equipment 

including a steam locomotive, 2 gondola cars, box car, tank car, and a 

caboose (1988.3153). 
Markson Science, Inc. (through K. E. Stine): 2 packets of Markson "Cracker" 

ampule fracture and safety collars, patented in 1981 (1982.0453). 
Julius H. "Groucho" Marx (through Arlene M. Breitbart): 98 letters and 5 

sets of correspondence, 31 play and movie scripts, 17 scrapbooks, 11 

folders of sheet music, 9 folders and a box of miscellaneous articles 

and papers, and 6 folders of photographs (1988.3083). 
Albert S. Matlack: 2 slide rules (1989.0032). 
Helen S. Mattison in memory of Dr. Richard V. Mattison and Royal Mattison, 

Jr. : bronze 6-pounder muzzel-loading Spanish cannon tube used in 

Colonial America, made in 1631 (1988.0815). 
Edith P. Mayo: 16 buttons, 16 leaflets, 4 T-shirts, 3 brochures, 3 bumper 

stickers, an audiotape cassette, banner, card, handout, newspaper, 

record jacket, and a poster (1988.0708); letter, brochure and envelope 

from the League of Women Voters in reference to the 1988 Presidential 

debates (1988.3162). 
Sue P. McCann: German pistol (1988.0420). 
Mack R. McClure: railroad transit made by Kolesch and Company of New York 

(1989.0409). 
Margaret S. McComb: 3 crocheted pot holders made by Mrs. McComb's mother, 

ca. 1900 (1988.0503). 
Wayne E. McGovern: 2 silver coins of the Samanids of Persia, A.D. 975-995 

(1988.0772). 
Mary McKelvey: 16 early 20th-century paper clips (1987.0491). 
Ida E. McKeown: Crescent No. 7 boy's bicycle, ca. 1895 (1988.0813). 
Medtronics, Inc., Neuro Division (through Linda Frederickson) : 

transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device and an Itrel 

implantable neurological pulse generator (1985.3026). 
Charles Alan Melton: coin commemorating the founding of The People's Party 

c.t a convention held May 19-20, 1891 in Cincinnati, Ohio (1988.0678). 
Steven Memoli: sextant made by H. Hughes & Son Ltd. of London, ca. 1944 

(1989.0548). 
A. S. Menke: Miner Ideal locomotive tender hand brake of cast steel, 1941 

(1989.0365). 
Meriden-Stinehour Press (through Stephen Stinehour): book about printing in 

New York State by Douglas C. McMurtie, 1928 (1989.0464). 
University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Department of 



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Biostatistics (through Prof. Felix Moore): instruction pamphlet for a 

Burroughs Moon-Hopkins billing machine (1989.3084). 
Richard Mihalyi: 20 ducats and medals of Austria and Hungary, 13th to 20th 

centuries (1989.0263). 
Ronald E. Miller: Rumely Ideal Separator threshing machine, ca. 1920 

(1988.0371). 
Mary S. and Victor L. Minter: package of surgical needles (1988.0603). 
Margaret E. Moffatt: photograph of Generals Eisenhower and MacArthur 

emerging from a building (1989.0187). 
Alfred F. and Loretta M. Moglie: Telechron electric wall clock, 1940s 

(1987.0473); Royal Quiet Deluxe portable manual typewriter (1987.0644). 
Loretta M. Moglie: violin made by Albert F. Mogli, 1923 (1988.0749). 
John R. Molenda, Ph.D., MPH : 28 educational articles, pamphlets, posters, 

greeting cards, photographs, signs, and charts about venereal disease 

(1985.3090). 
Mary Jane McCaffree Monroe: camisole belonging to Mamie Eisenhower, plaque, 

and a cloth flag with buttons representing the 48 states (1988.0540). 
William J. Moon: white molded glass globe for a Red Crown gasoline pump 

(1989.0289). 
J. E. Morgan: Indian Model motorcycle of 1918, piece of original tire, 

set of accessory tools, and a Virginia motorcycle license plate of 

1920 (1989.0330). 
J. Tom Morgan, Jr.: 72 examples of commercial lithography, 1930-88 

(1988.0662). 
J. Tom Morgan Enterprises, Inc. (through J. Tom Morgan, Jr.): lithograph of 

an unfinished portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt painted by Madame 

Shoumatoff (1988.0713). 
Elting E., John H., and Robert S. Morison: 5 U.S. Internal Revenue stamps 

(1988.0055) . 
Morrison Molded Fiber Glass Company (through Clinton B. Smith): 2 sections 

of fiberglass structural beams (1988.3038). 
Julia M. Morton: 2 man's skirts designed and made by Ms. Morton, 1988 

(1988.3093). 
John Mosher: British mail bag made of woven plastic (1988.0397). 
Motorola Museum of Electronics (through Sharon Darling): 3 cards, 2 badge 

holders, a CEO pin, and a "Quality" poster (1988.0583); 2 videotape 

cassettes, a pamphlet, fact sheet, and a memo (1988.3126); "Quality" 

flag (1989.0008). 
Constance E. Mottaz (through Harold A. Scott): "The Favorite" autoharp made 

by the Phonoharp Company of East Boston, Massachusetts, 20th century 

(1989.0516). 
Mount Holyoke College, Department of Physics (through Edward P. Clancy): 

Societe Genevoise dividing engine (1987.0692). 
Francis M. Moyer: dip pen with mother-of-pearl handle (1987.0208). 
Lt. Col. William B. Mozey: WARALARM mechanical alarm clock (1988.0212). 
R. P. Multhauf: Hemmi bamboo slide rule (1989.0443); set of Schoenner 

drawing instruments distributed by Technical Supply Company 

(1989.3072). 
Murjani International, Ltd. (through Richard H. Hosp) : pair of woman's blue 

denim jeans designed by Gloria Vanderbilt, 1978 (1988.0415). 
Mrs. John H. Murray: 2 plastic combs, 2 imitation pearl necklaces, an 

evening bag, wallet, plastic peacock brooch, and a man's wrist watch 

(1988.0702); 9 cookie cutters, 2 toy cookie cutters, 2 chocolate 

molds, an ice cream mold, baking pan, 24-piece toy kitchenware set, 



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and a 4-piece toy measuring spoon set (1988.0829); 2 chalices, 2 

candlesticks, a plate, covered bowl, coffeepot, creamer, and a sugar 

bowl, all made of pewter (1989.0122); cast iron mold, 19th century 

(1989.3013). 
Murrey 5. Sons Co., Inc. (through Pat Murrey): set of billiard balls 

(1987.3096). 
Mystic Seaport Museum (through B. A. G. Fuller): copying lathe used to make 

wooden insulator pins for telephone poles, a blade, and 2 pins, ca. 

1902 (1987.0603). 
Dr. Alixa Naff: 11 domestic objects of Arab-American origin, early 20th 

century (1988.0451). 
Patricia Floyd Nagel: dress, veil, shoes, stockings, teddy, brassiere, 

garters, invitation, and 3 photographs from the wedding of Anne 

O'Sullivan Floyd, September 19, 1925 (1989.0108). 
Paul C. Nagel: top hat with box, sachet, and key belonging to Henry Adams, 

19th century (1988.0760). 
Dr. Perham C. Nahl: 316 U.S. first flight covers and postal cards 

(1987.0879). 
Dr. Dorothea A. Nahm: Sony Betamax video cassette recorder (1988.0546). 
National Association of Letter Carriers (through Vincent R. Sombrotto) : 9 

National Biennial Convention badges, 1970-86 (1988.0225). 
The National Security Political Action Committee: 4 videotape cassettes and 

a 'Political Action' kit (1988.0743). 
National Woman's Christian Temperance Union (through Michael Carlucci 

Vitucci): 4 posters, 3 packets, and a catalog, all about substance 

abuse (1988.0834). 
Emily Rose Nelson: tin-plated sheet iron steam cooker made by the Toledo 

Cooker Company of Toledo, Ohio, ca. 1907 (1989.0301). 
Jeff Nelson: 2 posters and a T-shirt with the headline "Meese is a Pig" and 

text supporting the message (1988.0647). 
The New England (through John A. Fibiger): Elizur Wright's arithmeter 

calculating rule patented in 1369 (1989.0366). 
New Orleans Exposition: 429 examples of machine-made laces from St. Pierre 

Les Calais, France, ca. 1885 (1987.0416). 
Government of New Zealand, Post Office Philatelic Bureau (through G. W. 

Warner): 19 mint stamps of New Zealand (1987.0098). 
Kathryn C. Newcomb: 6 newspapers from the Presidential Inauguration of 1949 

(1988.3161). 
Elmer G. Nicks: Dr. Pepper vinyl advertising banner (1984.3003). 
Nielson Media Research (through Laurence Frerk): 7 personal television 

viewing diaries, a Nielsen people meter, and a remote control 

(1988.0825). 
Nike, Inc. (through Susan L. Sears): man's and woman's athletic clothing 

including 6 exercise outfits, 4 headbands, 3 pairs of socks, and 2 

pairs of shoes (1988.3124). 
Government of Niue, Niue Post Office, Philatelic Bureau: 15 mint stamps, 

3 first day covers, and a souvenir sheet of Niue (1988.0479). 
Janice Bradford Norcutt: woman's brown suede "chain link" belt, 1968 

(1988.0669). 
W. F. Norman Corporation (through Mark S. Quitno): stamped steel ceiling 

panel (1988.3044). 
North American International Mint (through Robert M. Bianchi): silver medal 

commemorating 85 years of the teddy bear (1988.0523). 
George A. Norton: National Radio Institute pin (1988.0295); 3 slide rules 



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with 2 instruction sheets and an adder with instructions (1988.0807); 

Young Engineers' Guide book, business reply card, and a manual for a 

Fordson tractor (1988.3110). 
Numismatic and Antiquarian Service Corporation of America, R. M. Smythe & 

Company, Inc. (through Douglas B. Ball and John E. Herzog): 15 

Colonial and Continental currency notes, 1748-78, and 2 Depression 

scrip plates, 1933 (1988.0790); 41 European lottery tickets of the 

late 19th to early 20th centuries, a Swedish bank note of 1711, Danish 

bank note of 1810, and a Chase National Bank specimen signature 

booklet of 1931 (1988.0816). 
Harold J. Nussbaum: 8 silver and gold Masonic medals, 1970-77 (1988.0560). 
Alden S. T. O'Brien: woman's gray silk bonnet, 1850-55 and a man's 

collapsible black silk top hat with its original box, 1880-1920 

(1989.0142). 
Odetics, Inc. (through J. Slutzky and L. W. Welsch): Odex I walking robot 

and controller, 1983 (1986.0452). 
Olin Defense Systems Group (through Donald W. Griffin): cartridge and shell 

display board (1987.0392). 
Omnis Surgical, Inc. (through Robert G. Munson): clear plastic human back 

model and a model of a human back with removable skin and spine 

section (1984.3054). 
Oriental Medical Supplies (through Rahl L. Felt and Thomas A. Riihimaki): 

28 pieces of acupuncture equipment, models, posters, and documents 

(1985.3027). 
Catherine B. Orne: 2 U.S. award medals and a Canadian award medal which 

honor scientific achievements, 1943-54 (1988.0712). 
Laura Osborn: mechanical paradox invented by Francis C. Osborn (1980.0580). 
Stephen E. Osman: pair of military blue wool convalescence pants, ca. 1918 

(1988.0564). 
Susan O. Ostroff: 19 pieces of sheet music (1988.0538); 19 pieces of sheet 

music (1988.0693). 
Mrs. Gladys C. Page: autograph album used by Carrie Miller of San 

Francisco, California, ca. 1902 (1989.0071). 
Mary L. Partello: Dalton's "Little Giant" adding machine, 1920s (1988.3122). 
Betty Lou and H. L. Payne: dumpy level made by Elliott Brothers of London, 

ca. 1875 (1989.0482). 
Herbert L. Pelham: 26 Chinese, Bolivian, German, and U.S. coins and 2 U.S. 

tokens (1988.0613). 
Pencil Makers Association, Inc. (through William L. MacMillian III): 

22 plastic boxes showing the stages of wooden pencil manufacture 

(1987.3113). 
Dane A. Penland: T-shirt and information packet from the "International 

Shadow Project 1985" commemorating the 40th anniversary of the atomic 

bomb being dropped on Hiroshima, Japan (1989.0085). 
Carol M. Perkins: 2 maps, a 1964 Emmy certificate, pith helmet, and safari 

jacket, all used by Marlin Perkins of the television series, "Mutual 

of Omaha's Wild Kingdom" (1989.0182). 
David Perlman (through Rev. Claude A. Heitman) : working patent models for 6 

timing devices, a signaling apparatus, and a flash tube, all invented 

by Mr. Perlman between 1925-1940 (294915). 
Pamela L. and Richard F. Peterson: T-shirt with Spiro Agnew as Mickey Mouse 

depicted on the front (1989.0361). 
Thomas M. Pettus: battle flag of Nazi Germany (1987.0059). 
Ann Lafferty Pfeiffer: woman's 2-piece wool suit, 1900-10, and a satin 



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brocade ballgown with beaded fringe by Worth, 1909-14 (1988.0682). 
George A. Philbrick: vapor-liquid equilibrium computer, Universal K5-M 

linear operator, and a Polyphemus automatic control analyser with a 

set of 5 flow charts and a box of accessories (1988.0659). 
Margot Phillips: woman's dress designed by Claire McCardell, 1948-50 

(1988.0577). 
Pittsburgh Corning Corporation (through Thomas Chris Gross): wall section 

of 20 glass blocks (1988.3056). 
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (through Jan M. Beitzer and 

Harry A. Fischer): George Washington Bridge roadway expansion joint 

(1988.0107). 
Linda M. Post: 2 pairs of white elbow-length kid leather gloves, 1890-1910 

(1988.3088). 
Harriet S. Potter: maroon velvet and silk dress and a photograph of Susan 

Kendrick wearing the dress on Christmas Day, 1884 (1989.0004). 
Powell Corporation (through George Powell): Powell "Honeycomb Pool" 

skateboard, 1978 (1987.0737). 
Pratt-Read Corporation (through Charles A. Ruhe): Denominator counter and a 

Knox calculating rule (1988.0795); 6 sets of ivory and plastic key 

pieces, scales, and gauges used to make piano keys, a scale board, 

parts cross-section board, key facing machine, and a set of piano 

wires (1988.3167); ivory-working tools including a bow drill, bow 

drill stock, hand plane, and a chain saw and employee clothing 

including a company basketball uniform top and shorts, 2 employee 

identification badges, and a first aid arm band (1989.0073); 

scalometer and a scale, both used to determine the moisture content of 

ivory (1989.0105); electric glue pot (1989.0107); 13 ivory desk 

accessories and a celluloid game counter (1989.0114); 2 ivory nit 

combs and an ivory toothpick (1989.0124). 
Douglas S. Price: pill box, "Cleveland & Stevenson 1892" (1988.0652). 
Jon Provost: pair of blue jeans, red gingham shirt, and black high-top 

sneakers worn by Mr. Provost while playing Timmy in the television 

series "Lassie," 1957-64, and a "Lassie" script (1989.0009). 
Pucci International LTD. (through Ralph Pucci): female and male mannequins 

designed by Andree Putnam for Pucci International of New York City, 

1988 (1988.3074). 
Gordon Purdy: Boehm molded porcelain plate commemorating the 

U.S. Constitutional Bicentennial with "Birds and Flowers of the 

Thirteen Original States," 1987 (1988.0007). 
Cynthia Williams Putnam and David Mike Putnam: 2 sweater vests, 2 medals, a 

trophy, program, scrapbook, knit shirt, and a T-shirt from Fred 

Williams' career as a marble champion, 1939-41 (1988.0643). 
Jean B. Quinnette: 37 phonograph records and 4 album containers (1988.0375). 
Quota International (through Gene Wheeler): Diebold electric "Cardineer" 

rotary card file, 1938-45 (1988.0324). 
Andrew Rainer: packet of information from the 1988 Democratic National 

Convention held in Atlanta, Georgia (1988.3170). 
Rhoda A. Ratner: button, "Librarians for Dukakis '88" (1989.0304). 
Rawlings Sporting Goods Company (through M. Scott Smith): 2 sets of 

baseballs, a set of basketballs, set of photographs, and a football 

(1987.3103). 
Thomas Reardon: set of collotype progressive prints for a Rembrandt 

postcard (1989.0212). 
Henrietta Rechtschaf f ner : mug, medal, vase, and a manicure kit, all 



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collected at labor conventions in 1968 and 1972 (1988.0679); 2 charms, 

a pin, and a brooch (1989.0364). 
William G. Renwick (through Peter T. Gianas and Samuel P. Goddard, Jr.): 

132 muskets, rifles, carbines, shotguns, pistols, revolvers, a hand 

cannon, and an air gun (245168). 
The Rexall Group (through Armend Szmulewitz) : 29 vitamin and health 

products (1983.0084). 
J. E. Rhoads & Sons, Inc. (through John P. McGough and Kevin N. Wooters): 

3 lengths of flat leather power transmission belting (1988.3123). 
Cathy and Marie Rich: 31-piece drum set built by Slingerland Radio Kings, 

1938-40, and used by Buddy Rich from 1983 to 1987 (1988.0665). 
Patricia H. Rich: diamond-patterned silver thimble interlined with steel, 

marked "Dorcas," early 20th century (1989.0336). 
Alice G. Richie: tufted counterpane inscribed "Jinny M. Lusk 1814" 

(1989.0203). 
Fritz Richmond: washtub bass made by Mr. Richmond in 1962 (1988.0563). 
Elaine and Max Rimler: wall regulator used by the Camden & Amboy and the 

Pennsylvania Railroads, made by E. Howard & Company, ca. 1850 

(1987.0448). 
Howard B. Rindge: gold leaf coil applicator, ca . 1895 (1987.0602). 
Edwin K. Robinson: 3 pieces of sheet music (1988.0759); sheet music for a 

Democratic Party campaign song (1989.0099); molded plastic razor box 

(1989.0444). 
William M. Robinson: algebra textbook by Joseph Ray, 1848 (1986.3060). 
Rochester Museum and Science Center (through Daniel M. Barber): French 

double-barrel shotgun (1987.0390). 
Rock-A-Bye Baby, Inc. (through Marie M. Shields): Rock-A-Bye bear, 

videotape cassette, sound box, intergrated circuit, and a photograph 

of the circuit (1989.0158). 
Ralph Rohweder: Auto-Typist automatic typing reproduction system, late 1930 

(1988.0430). 
R. G. Rolfe: 2 liquid crystal display watch modules (1987.0454). 
Bruce L. Roloson: 224 transistors, diodes, transitor parts, and electron 

tubes (1988.0451). 
J. Alan Romich: patent certificate of freedom issued on November 9, 1846 

for Elizabeth Carter of Leesburg, Virginia (1988.0594). 
Mickey Rooney: 2 Academy Award nomination certificates, 1940 and 1943, and 

a theater program for A Midsummer Night's Dream (1988.0511). 
Terrence R. Roos: 6 lens cleaning cloths, 2 sunglass lens color samples, 

and a pair of sunglasses (1988.0261). 
J. William Rosenthal, M.D. : sterling silver monaural stethoscope 

(1989.0392); book, Pike's Scientific and Medical Instruments 

(1989.3046). 
M. Howard Rowe (through Mary Wert): souvenir program of the 1919 World 

Series and 2 sports programs, 1974 and 1979 (1986.0830). 
Emile J. Roy: 2 bookmarks and a button from the 1989 Presidential 

Inauguration (1989.0321). 
Harry R. Rubenstein: phonograph record from the musical The Pajama Game 

(1988.3136). 
Fath Davis Ruffins: 3 woman's dresses made of printed African fabrics, 

1970-85 (1989.0175). 
Capt. Carol A. B. Rupe, M.D. : 8-piece O.S. Air Force maternity uniform 

(1989.0080). 
SPS Technologies, Aerospace Products Division (through Richard W. Sellars): 



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eye-bolt used to fasten tubes on missile launchers, 1987 (1987.0855). 
Sue Ann Sadler: set of 8 aluminum tumblers anodized in 8 different colors, 

1940s (1988.0627). 
David Sarnoff Research Laboratory, Television Research Laboratory (through 

Jack S. Fuhrer): 3 experimental videodiscs (1989.0154). 
Clara G. Schiffer: print, 'Women at the Polls in New Jersey,' published in 

Harper's Weekly , November 13, 1880 (1989.0102). 
James H. Schrum in memory of Robert E. Mitchell: 3 presidential inaugural 

editions of the The Evening Star , 1937 and 1941 (1989.3057). 
Michael W. Schultz: flight cover with promotional folder from the first 

roundtrip transatlantic flight in May 1937 (1988.0060). 
Lois R. Seidler: U.S. Public Health Service uniform and hat cover 

(1986.0935). 
Phillip Seitz: 10 condoms, a condom request card, and a disposable 

tuberculosis tester (1988.0736). 
Tom Selleck and Universal Pictures (through Kerry McCluggage): 2 baseball 

caps, a gold ring, and a Hawaiian print shirt, all worn by Tom Selleck 

on his television series "Magnum P. I." (1988.0409). 
Anne M. Serio: 'Ginny' doll with wardrobe, "I Love Lucy" paper doll set, 

and a "Judy Holliday" paper doll book, all 1953-54 (1988.0531); Waring 

electric blender, 1966 (1988.3117). 
David H. Shayt: K-D brand valve spring lifter for a 1934 Ford Model A 

automobile (1988.0827); section of Litco particle-board fork-lift 

pallet (1988.3085). 
Frank J. Sheridan: U.S. Army officer's wool jacket and trousers made in 

Melbourne, Australia, 1942 (1988.0544). 
Tess Sholom: scarf designed by Ms. Sholom for the 1985 Presidential 

Inauguration (1988.0624). 
Mary Dickson Shryock: raised patchwork quilt top and a pink silk crepe crib 

cover with a matching pillow cover (1989.0268). 
Shugart Associates (through J. S. Campbell): Shugart SA400 disk drive and 

3 binders and a folder containing information about the company 

(1982.3017). 
F. Marcus Shulze in memory of Loraine Nelson Shulze: floral-patterned wool 

carpet given as a wedding gift in September 1885 (1989.0269). 
Milton L. Schurr: 14 photographs of New York World's Fair Hall of Health, 

1939 (1988.3166). 
Frederick W. Side: experimental radio tube designed and built by Mr. Side, 

1923 (1987.0630). 
Lena P. Simmons: "Sheep's Foot" combination hammer and prying tool 

(1988.0599). 
Paul Simon for President Committee: schedule of fund raising events 

(1989.0133). 
Caroline L. and Nelson C. Simonson: family Bible owned by farmer Stokely 

Sturgis of Kent County, Delaware, 18th century (1989.0296). 
George Sinnott: 2 man's dress shirts, 1955 (1989.0195). 
Edith H. Smith: "Kennedy '60* bracelet and a "Card-Carrying Member of the 

ACLU" button (1989.0131). 
Lynn R. Smith: font of celluloid-faced wood type (1987.0685). 
Myron R. Smith: 3 slide rules, 3 adding machines, a manual adder, and an 

adding machine teaching device (1989.0325); book, Applied Mechanical 

Arithmetic as Practiced on the Comptometer , 1920 (1989.3054). 
Charles Smithgall: television lifeline transmission wire, ca. 1948 

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Smolian Sound Restoration Studios (through Steven Smolian) : polyvinyl 

chloride phonograph record, 1950s (1988.0105). 
Irene Snelling Smyth: 2 child's caps made in Denmark by Mrs. Smyth's 

mother, 1920s (1988.0358). 
Snapper Power Equipment (through Anthony A. Malizia) : "Snappin' Turtle" 

lawnmower, 1949 (1988.0571). 
Sony Corporation of America, Corporate Communications (through Jason 

Farrow): Sony "Watchman" portable television (1989.0194). 
Sony Video Software Company (through John O'Donnell): 7 videotape cassettes 

comprising the series, "Vietnam, A Television History" (1987.3050). 
Carol W. Sorensen: gasoline-powered laundry iron, ca. 1935 (1989.0210). 
Gertrude Souther: 2 U.S. postal covers (1988.0054). 

Barry Spann: collotype print, Cold Mountain , by Mr. Spann (1988.0517). 
Penny Speckter: 2 cast iron miniature printing presses, ca. 1885; a sheet 

metal miniature printing press of the early 20th century; Zuccatto's 

"papyrograph" copying printer, ca. 1875; and a signed typometric 

portrait of Beatrice Warde (1988.0823). 
Spectra-Physics, Construction and Agricultural Division (through Robert J. 

Makenas) : laser surveying level, optical detector, and a power 

converter (1985.0417). 
Harvey G. and Norman Stack: 6 Continental currency notes dated February 26, 

1777 (1988.0773). 
Christopher K. and Rosemary Steele: 3 self-standing pyrometric cones 

patented by Richard E. Steele in 1973 (1986.0285). 
Henry R. Stiffel: 38 parking meters, 2 parking fine receptacles, and a 

parking fee receptacle (1988.0814). 
Lois Greene Stone: 7 playbills, 2 souvenir cups, a football program, opera 

program, rodeo magazine, and a WW II war emergency identification card 

(1988.0672); American Indian doll, 1953 (1989.0170). 
Edward G. Stowell: unused stamped envelope (1988.0382). 
Nellie M. Streng in memory of Mary Scott Grigsby: ink pen with case, 1880s 

(1986.0860). 
Raymond C. Strieker: 10 Eli Lilly pharmaceutical sales kits used by 

Mr. Strieker, late 1920s and 1930s (1989.0380). 
James H. Stubblebine (through Marvin Weinstein): Seven Goal Sammy stoneware 

figure by Russel Aitken, 1934, and Poor Man's Punch Bow l designed by 

Viktor Schreckengost, 1931 (1988.0233). 
Casey and Richard H. Stultz in memory of Alfred Edgar Stultz: Smith 

carbine, 1857 (1988.0634). 
Gary K. Sturm: "World Time Card" travel alarm clock by Seiko, ca. 1989 

(1989.0126). 
Alfred Suarez, M.D.: folding nickel-plated binoculars in a black leather 

case (1988.0685). 
Louise and Michael B. Suessmann: Mont Blanc Meisterstuech fountain pen 

(1987.0897). 
M. J. Sullivan: "THINK" notepad with refill paper (1989.0046). 
Donald H. Sultner (through Haldeman S. Wertz) : German postage stamp and a 

Swiss postage stamp (1987.0600). 
Summitville Tiles Inc. (through David W. Johnson): 3 ceramic plaques 

featuring Ronald Reagan, George Bush, and Jack Kemp (1989.0177). 
Therese A. Svat: 3 proof prints and a zinc plate used to make the etching 

Rebirth by Ms. Svat, 1987 (1988.0821). 
Walter Swan: postage due cover with precancelled stamps dated July 23, 1958 

( 1988.0381). 



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James McK. Symington: set of 5 graphical firing tables in a case 
(1988.0248). 

Tanaka Dental Products (through Bruce Swanson): "Big Teeth" dental anatomy 
kit (1989.0345). 

Neil Taxy: 4 mint stamps of Israel (1988.0444). 

Ernest H. Taylor: 49 fonts of foundry-style type matrices (1988.0235). 

Comdr. Jay E. Taylor: dictating unit, transcription unit, headphones, 
telephone system, and set of plastic discs, all part of Thomas A. 
Edison's VoiceWriter dictating system (1989.0449). 

Nancy Lane Terry: 3 fragments of resist-printed cotton fabric from China, 
1988 (1989.0278). 

Frances G. Thompson: silver-plated pitcher decorated in high relief, made 
by Simpson, Hall, Miller & Company of Wallingford, Connecticut, ca. 
1880 (1989.0338). 

Tinius Olsen Testing Machine Company, Inc. (through John C. Millane): cloth 
bag filled with lead shot and a shot-weighing scale, both for use with 
a cement-testing machine (1988.3018). 

Adelle and Erwin Tomash: set of 14 drawings of the Scheutz difference 

engine made at the Dudley Observatory in Albany, New York (1988.0798). 

Travel Industry Association of American (through F. O'Rourke): "Discover 
American" plaque, ca. 1965 (1988.0828). 

Trow & Holden Company Incorporated (through Norman Akley) : stonecutter's 
double-headed steel hammer, ca. 1987 (1987.0846). 

Betty M. Tubbs: 5 summer khaki uniform items and 3 evening dress blue 

uniform items worn by Lt. Col. Randolph Coyle, USMC, 1937 (1988.0628). 

Mildred E. Tucker: woman's silver ring set with a blue stone and white 
beads, 1900-30 (1988.0556). 

Marie Tyler-McGraw and Howard M. Wachtel: 68 buttons, 9 posters, a 

postcard, and a pin (1988.0661); 4 political posters (1988.3140). 

United Nations Postal Administration: 614 stamps and 12 souvenir sheets of 
the United Nations (1988.0436). 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation (through Kevin Cochrane): 129 containers 
of photographic and documentary records of the United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, 1899-1976 (1987.3124). 

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency: German Luger revolver and a French 

D'Armes St. Etienne revolver (1987.0220); French Unique semi-automatic 
pistol made by D'Armes Des Pyrenees Hendaye (1989.0457). 

U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards: slated globe 
(1989.0188); Center for Building Technology, Structures Division 
(through Dr. Charles Culver): steel-reinforced mock-up of concrete 
column joint from the Soviet-built U.S. embassy in Moscow, 1987 
(1988.3034); National Telecommunications and Information 
Administration (through Fred A. Hand): teletype keyboard with tape 
reader (1981.3037). 

U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense 

Intelligence School: General Electric Datanet teletype machine with 
acoustic coupler (1981.3034); Department of the Air Force, Air Defense 
Tactical Air Command (through Lt. Col. Joseph H. Gerard): 20 
components of the Semi-Automat ic Ground Environment (SAGE) computer 
system, in operation from 1952 to 1983 (1983.0298); Rome Air 
Development Center, Griffiss Air Force Base: 12 components of a 
Control Data Corporation 160 computer (1977.0173); Headquarters, 
AFMPC/DPMASA (through Stanley M. Duda) : Brazilian Taurus automatic 
pistol and a reproduction Spanish flintlock pistol (1987.0227); 



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Security Police Armory: Heckler & Koch presentation assault rifle made 
for the Saudi Arabian Forces (1987.0387); 3246 Test Wing: 3 Colt 
Industries submachine gun/rifles (1987.0228); Department of the Army, 
Center of Military History (through David C. Cole): flag bandanna 
honoring Gen. William Henry Harrison, "The Hero of Tippecanoe* 
(1988.0635); Consolidated Property Account: chest of 
Mannlicher-Carcamo ammunition (1987.0918); (through John D. 
Wakefield): Italian pistol, Austrian Steyr pistol, Belgian Fabrique 
Nationale pistol, German Walther pistol, German Heckler and Koch 
pistol, Colt pistol, Sig Maremont pistol, and a Smith and Wesson 
pistol (1987.0906); Frontier Army Museum (through Stephen J. Allie) : 5 
Stoner machine guns, 2 Colt submachine guns, a Stoner rifle, Stoner 
carbine, Armalite rifle, Harrington and Richardson rifle, 
linker/delinker, and a magazine loader (1987.0370); HW DA (DPFL-AL?): 
Argentine Army presentation pistol made by F. M. Browning (1987.0386); 
Letterkenny Army Depot: Beretta semi-automatic pistol (1988.0021); New 
Cumberland Army Depot (ONAG) (through John D. Wakefield): M12 holster 
and an ammunition pouch (1987.0475); Office of the Chief of Military 
History, Historical Services Division (through Col. Raymond C. Ball): 
448 ENIAC computer components (308932); Patton Museum of Cavalry and 
Armor: Austrian Roth-Steyr pistol, German Dreyse pistol, and a 
Czechoslovakian pistol (1987.0391); experimental AR-15 rifle and 
carbine (1988.0017); prototype assault rifle, sniper's rifle, and an 
Italian assault rifle (1988.0040); 2 Springfield rifles, a Johnson 
rifle, British Enfield rifle, Swiss Army carbine, and a Czech rifle 
(1988.0118); Rock Island Arsenal (through John D. Wakefield): M9 
Baretta pistol (1987.0516); U.S. Army Missle Command: 4 pieces of 
material radiated by the MICOM Long-John laser and a wooden plaque 
(1985.0347); Department of the Navy, David Taylor Research Center, 
Ship Structures Division (through David P. Kihl): compression-tested 
steel I-beam of a ship deck component (1988.3035); U.S. Department of 
Defense, Headquarters DAFC-ALA: 2 Browning pistols, a Smith & Wesson 
revolver, and Taurus pistol set with magazine and cleaning brush 
(1985.0107); Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense: 
.41 caliber Colt revolver with accessories (1988.0612); ceremonial 
sword decorated with floral rhinestones and a gold-plated sheath 
(1989.0348); double-barrel presentation shotgun engraved 'Caspar 
Weinberger* on the stock (1989.0349); presentation long sword 
decorated with brass, bone, and rhinestones (1989.0350); Office of the 
Director of Administration and Management, OSD: 2 presentation 
submachine guns (1989.0347); OSD: presentation dagger in a brass 
sheath (1989.0351); brass presentation saber (1989.0352); wood and 
ivory replica of a gun used by Angolan Freedom Fighters (1989.0456). 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of 

Health, National Institute of Dental Research (through Rinah J. Ham 
and Michael Roberts, D.D.S.): package of 5 stainless steel dental 
instruments (1988.0729). 

U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Branch of Global 

Seismology and Geomagnetism (through John D. Wood): 5 magnetometers, 4 
earth inductors, 2 variometer sets, a galvanometer, dip circle, and a 
tilting dumpy level (1982.0671); National Park Service Clearinghouse 
(through Anthony M. Knapp) : bronze Mexican War trophy cannon made in 
1844 and surrendered at Vera Cruz on March 29, 1847 (1989.0206). 

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Crime 



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Information Center: Model 28 ASR teletype terminal used since 1967 
(1989.0433); Immigration and Naturalization and Service, U.S. Border 
Patrol: 5 Colt Border Patrol revolvers, 5 Colt New Service revolvers, 
and a Colt Police Postitive revolver (1989.0185). 

D.S. Department of State, U.S. Consul of Prague, Austria-Hungary: 121 

handmade bobbin laces made in Austria-Hungary, ca. 1903 (1987.0415). 

U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, James River 
Reserve Fleet (through Tom Robards): 69 objects from decommissioned 
ships which make up a WW II era Combat Information Center (1989.3060). 

U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: 

Colt AR-15 rifle with scope attached (1986.0695); 2 Winchester rifles, 
2 Remington rifles, a Weatherby rifle, Colt double-barreled shotgun, 
AMT pistol, Colt revolver, Fiala Arms pistol, Japanese Miroku shotgun, 
and a Belgian Fabrique Nationale pistol (1988.0001); Belgian pistol 
and a conversion kit (1988.0432); 2 Mossburg rifles, a Remington 
rifle, Winchester rifle, Ted Williams rifle, Springfield shotgun, and 
a Spanish Llama pistol (1988.0761); Dallas District Office: U.S. -made 
Hi Standard pistol, Baur pistol, Explorer II pistol, Springfield 
rifle, Explorer rifle, Winchester rifle, Italian Galesi-Brescia 
pistol, and a Spanish Zabala shotgun (1988.0587); Evidence Vault: 
Belgian Fabrique National D'armes DeGuerre rifle (1987.0389); 
Weatherby Vanguard rifle and a Sturm Ruger rifle (1987.0478); 6 Smith 
& Wesson revolvers, 2 Winchester rifles, 2 Ruger revolvers, 2 Colt 
revolvers, and a Noble shotgun (1987.0591); 2 Chinese rifles and a 
U.S. carbine (1988.0237); New Haven Post-of-Duty Vault: Weatherby 
rifle, Ruger semi-automatic rifle, and an Iver Johnson Cattleman's 
model revolver (1987.0440); Seattle District Office: 2 SWD Cobray 
machine pistols with silencers, an Underwood carbine, and a SWD M-ll 
pistol (1988.0530); Seized Property Section: 2 Rossi revolvers and an 
Interdynamic pistol (1986.0694); Western Regional Laboratory: 4 
Winchester rifles, 2 Marlin rifles, a Mauser rifle, Sturm Ruger rifle 
and revolver, and a Smith & Wesson revolver (1987.0219); Bureau of 
Engraving and Printing (through Ira Polikoff): 2 collages of state 
seals printed on the Spider press in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 24, 1988 
(1988.0561); U.S. Customs Service, Southeast Regional Commissioner: 
Sterling MK4 P submachine gun set with magazine (1985.0225); U.S. 
Mint: 81 U.S. and foreign coins and medals received before 1923 
(1988.0063). 

U.S. Legislative Branch, Library of Congress, Copyright Office, 

Information and Reference Division (through Joan A. Doherty): 7 
T-shirt transfers, 3 T-shirts, 2 bowler's crying towels, 2 hand 
puppets, and a "Peanuts" pennant (1988.0483); Exchange and Gift 
Division (through Judy C. McDermott): 21 tickets to various political 
functions and 13 plaques, 9 medals, 2 pins, a trophy, charm, button, 
card, pen, and a certificate awarded to Dr. Margaret Mead, a Weigl 
test kit, and a dress made for Dr. Mead for use in the field on Marcus 
Island, 1928-29 (1984.0106); transverse table alidade with leather 
case made by Keuffel & Esser Company of New York, ca. 1936 
(1984.0343); 22 pieces oi jewelry, 21 membership cards, 14 buttons, 9 
patches, 8 badges, 2 academic stoles, a hunting license, felt letter, 
pamphlet, plaque, string tie, key chain, and a medal (1984.0374); 
album containing miscellaneous admission tickets, an ivory stamp 
inscribed "EKE" with an ink pad, and a steel punch inscribed "CHF" 
(1984.0415); 1,564 covers, 380 stamps, 16 stamped envelopes, 6 



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aerogrammes, 3 postcards, a pamphlet and souvenir with first day 
cancellations, Kodak mailing box cover, and an international reply 
coupon (1984.0531); set of 32 blank recording sheets for John W. 
Draper's self-recording barometer, 4 fountain pens, 2 quill pens, a 
mechanical pencil, leather pen holder, and a steel pen with holder 
(1984.0539); 2 religious medals, 2 Apostleship of Prayer pieces, a 
Catholic identification cross, cross with printed card, and an 
advertising medal (1984.0560); 77 awards and medals given to Dr. 
Margaret Mead, 32 stock certificates of U.S. corporations, 9 medals, 7 
pieces of Confederate States of America currency, 6 pieces of French 
currency, 4 pieces of Brasilian currency, 2 pieces of 18th-century 
American currency, 2 pieces of 19th-century U.S. currency, 2 municipal 
bonds, an Austrian gold coin, WW I U.S. war savings certificate, and a 
1971 U.S. Eisenhower dollar (1984.0614); 328 miscellaneous political 
campaign objects and memorabilia (1984.1081); naval shoulder patch 
from the USS Rushmore , WW II (1985.0292); medal with rosette and case 
for Exceptional Civilian Service awarded to Dorothy A. Troxel and a 
Prisoner of War band badge used at Andersonville Prison during the 
Civil war (1985.0786); set of drawing instruments by E. 0. Richter & 
Co., a Gorn Knudsen pen, jeweler's screwdriver, and a group of 3 Eagle 
leads (1985.0909); jacquard-woven silk commemorative menu for a 
banquet given in honor of William H. Taft (1986.0275); eyeglass holder 
(1986.1013); 2 sets of Brazilian bank notes, 2 psychological 
apparatus, a set of squares, safety deposit box key, circuit board, 
and a printing plate, all used by George von Bekesy (1986.3180); cased 
Remington revolver (1988.0452). 

U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight 
Center: Monroe IQ calculator with instruction pamphlet (1988.0663); 
Abbe comparator, 1960s, and an Ainsworthy & Sons semi-micro balance 
with a set of weights (1988.0664); Jet Propulsion Laboratory (through 
F. W. Malinowski): 4 modules of the SDS-910 computer (1988.0674). 

U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Alexandria Distribution Center 

(through David P. Funsten): 2 fallout shelter medical kits and a Civil 
Defense Sanitation kit (1987.0521). 

U.S. Panama Canal Commission (through G. E. McElroy): 2,593 official seals, 
822 covers, 819 stamps, 379 postal cards, 257 meters, 235 postmark 
impressions, 184 trial impressions, 120 pieces of original art, 86 air 
letter sheets, 82 money orders, 56 penalty cards, 21 rubber stamps, 13 
printing blocks, 10 dies, 6 booklet covers, 4 documents with 
specimens, 4 design changes, 4 ungummed sheets, 3 wooden handles, a 
rolling pin, and a sample electrotype validation plate (1987.0236). 

U.S. Postal Service, International Postal Affairs Department (through Irma 
Harrison): 171 stamps of Nicaragua, 120 stamps of Austria, and 27 
stamps of South Africa (1987.0070); International Relations Branch 
(through Michael J. Regan): 8,769 stamps and souvenir sheets of the 
Universal Postal Union Nations (1987.0235); (through Irma Harrison): 
1,999 stamps, 17 souvenir sheets, and 9 covers of Austria, the 
People's Republic of China, Mozambique, and South Africa (1987.0507); 
Philatelic and Retail Services Department, Stamps Division (through 
Don McDowell): 37 commemorative panels (1988.0068). 

Unknown: 25 U.S. and foreign bank notes and 5 U.S. medals (1988.0166); 

2 T-shirts with Reagan-Bush slogans, 1984 (1989.0097); 2 buttons with 
slogans favoring the Vietnam War (1989.0363). 

Utah State Tax Commission (through Roger 0. Tew: 6 tax stamps for illegal 



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drugs, 1988 (1988.0335). 
Cal T. Vance: Odyssey electronic game (1989.0048). 
Francois Van Hoof: modern impression in tin of the reverse of a Russian 

Empire 10- kopecks piece of 1871 (1988.0064); 2 modern impressions in 

tin of an 1363 Russian Empire 2 -kopecks piece (1988.0782). 
Varian Associates, Research Center (through Dr. John C. Helmer): 

photoelectron ESCA spectrometer, ca . 1970 (1989.0067). 
Henry Velasco: milling machine end cutter (1988.3043). 
VentuResearch (through Roger L. Hummel): 6 watches and a clock powered by 

water batteries (1988.0585). 
Carol Ann and David J. Vetter, Jr.: 8 pieces of clothing, 7 toys, 7 books, 

5 cloth bags, a room sign, award ribbon, placemat, pillow case, 
alcohol pad, baby formula, and a baby blanket, all used by David, the 
"Bubble Boy,' 1971-84 (1986.0201). 

Robert M. Vogel: portable watchmen's clock with 2 keys and a box of 

recording tapes, made by Detex Watchclock Corporation (1987.0216); 

VariTyper 360 typewriter for large engineering plans and drafts, 

fitted with 12 typing elements, 1960s (1987.0406); micrometer caliper 

made by J. T. Slocomb Company (1988.0406). 
Von Fange Tool Company, Inc. (through Thomas Von Fange) : beryllium-copper 

cabinetmaker's hammer (1987.0689). 
Evelyn Wagman: Tucker-style "Spider" pattern porcelain cup, 1826-38 

(1988.0234). 
Janice Wajda: Motorola radio, 1948-49 (1988.0148). 

James D. Walker, R.S.: wooden watchmaker- jeweler 's bench, 1945 (1989.3042). 
Susan N. Wallace: leather wallet for U.S. war bonds (1988.0771). 
Robert M. Warfel: check writing machine made by the Todd Protectograph 

Company, ca. 1923 (303852). 
Hilda S. Warner: 6 infant's shirts, a bib, cap, pair of child's drawers and 

a christening blanket (1988.0388). 
Jack R. Warner: Hewlett-Packard 250 business computer system in a set of 

6 components (1989.0023); 13 manuals, 5 pieces of duplicate hardware, 
and 3 hard disks which were used with a Hewlett-Packard 250 computer 
(1989.3009). 

Carol L. and Robert D. Warrington: silk U.S. flag with 26 painted stars 

(1989.0408). 
Washington Pain Center (through Dr. Lorenz Ng ) : "TENS for Pain Control" 

poster and a dental needle (1985.3045). 
Harriet Wasserman: scrapbook, notebook, and a poster from the Falcon Trio 

comedy aerial act, 1912-31 (1985.0167). 
C. Malcolm and Joan Pearson Watkins in memory of Lura Woodside Watkins: 

5,069 stereo cards and 18 glass stereo views, 1850-1920s (1988.3071). 
LaVerne Watkins: 3 sets of drawing instruments, a polar planimeter, and a 

Pelikan Graphos penholder set (1989.0305); 18 surveying instruments 

used in Arizona and New Mexico, 1880-1985 (1989.0403); Curta 

calculating machine and an Otis King calculating rule with 2 

instruction papers (1989.3049); surveyor's graduated ring compass and 

an instrument case (1989.3064). 
Robert Field Watkins III: leaflet, "National Stand Up For Dukakis Day 

Rally," dated October 24, 1988 (1988.0707). 
Donald L. Watson: Model ASR-33 teletype computer terminal (1989.0575). 
Lorraine Watson in memory of Charles C. Koontz: English pepper box revolver 

with case and accessories (1987.0496). 
Louise B. Weis: black textured wool coat with fur trim, a photograph of 



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Mrs. Weis wearing the coat, and a matching hat, 1934-35 (1989.0150). 
Mary-Lou Weisman: poster, "Menopausal Women Nostalgic for Choice" 

(1989.0373). 
Charles E. and Vickie Weitzenhof er : 2 baseball buttons (1989.0030). 
John E. Welch: spyglass made by Negretti & Zambra of London for the Signal 

Corps of the Confederate Army (1988.0739). 
Philippa C. Weld in memory of Sumner Appleton Weld: 4 fragments from the 

Star Spangled Banner, 1814 (1988.0637). 
Ellen B. Wells: 29 boxes of direct mail advertisments sent to Ms. Wells, 

1976-1984 (1987.3120). 
Wesleyan University, Department of Physics (through Robert B. Taylor): 

Stackpole & Brother transit, Adam Hilger spectroscope/spectrometer, 

ca. 1885, Lerebours dip needle, 1830s, and a Pike & Son solar 

microscope (1989.0013). 
Wheal-Grace Corporation (through Emil R. Salvini): 2 prints made using the 

"shadow-etch" method developed by Wheal-Grace Corporation of 

Lyndhurst, New Jersey (1988.0822); 3 progressive prints made using the 

"shadow-etch" method developed by Wheal-Grace Corporation of 

Lyndhurst, New Jersey (1989.0095). 
John H. White, Jr.: Prest-O-Weld oxyacetylene blowpipe and a Weldit 

Acetylene Company torch head (1989.0084). 
Roger B. White: motor camper souvenir plate, ca. 1967 (1988.0808). 
Stanley S. Whitham: magnetic wire recording of Japanese popular songs made 

by Sears, Roebuck & Company, ca. 1950 (1989.0007). 
Helen H. Whitlock: folder of 6 photographs recording discovery of the 
9Champlain astrolabe (316352). 
Mrs. Lois W. Wickham: 2 maid's uniform aprons and hats and a berry basket 

(1986.0802). 
Frances F. Williams: hat made and worn by Ms. Williams at the 1988 

Democratic National Convention in Atlanta (1988.0527). 
Dr. Michael R. Williams: APF Mark V electronic calculator (1989.0047). 
Polly F. Williams: U.S. Navy Midshipman's dress blue jacket and trousers, 

1931, and a Lieutenant's undress blue uniform frock coat with trousers 

and evening dress coat, 1930-49 (1988.0472). 
Dorothea M. Wisman: 2 packages of needles, a tape measure, spool of nylon 

thread, crocheted needle and thimble holder, and a package of Bucilla 

nylon yarn (1988.0718). 
Anita Tuohy Wolver: 14 contact lenses, cases, sceral lenses, corneal lens, 

eye molds, and spectacles relating to work done by Keven M. Touhy in 

the development of contact lenses (1988.0336); 38 pieces of 

documentation relating to Keven M. Touhy's research in the development 

of contact lenses (1988.3082). 
The Women's Project of CDI, Inc.: poster for the National Women's 

Conference to Prevent Nuclear War, 1984 (1989.0086). 
L. A. Wood: 2-cylinder Maytag gasoline engine and a Maytag multi-motor oil 

quart can, 1950 (1989.0404). 
Albert Arthur Woodward, Ph.D. (through William P. Kelly, Jr.): bracket 

clock with tortoiseshell case made by Thomas Tompion, ca. 1698 

(1986.1019). 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Department of Physics (through Ralph 

Heller and Thomas H. Keil): vernier caliper with case (1987.0916). 
Helena E. Wright: 14 paper specimens (1989.0040). 
Evelyn and Paul A. Wurtzel: photograph, call sheet, and a final script from 

the television series "M*A*S*H" (1988.0667). 



Xerox Corporation, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (through Linda Brandt): 

Xerox Alto and Star personal computers, 1970s (1989.0432). 
Jay Dee and Joan Yearous: Star razor blade and a sample of Mentholatum 

(1984.0730). 
Jane Griffin Yeingst and William H. Yeingst: set of jar wrenches, 1930s; 

mirro aluminum cookie and pastry press, 1950s; and a set of ironware 

dinner service, ca. 1951 (1988.3119); "Cootie" game, ca. 1952, and a 

child's "Super Hero" costume, 1983 (1989.0064); McGraw Electric 

Company "Toastmaster" toaster, ca. 1936, and an envelope of decorated 

wax paper, 1930s (1989.3017). 
Hizeko Yoshimura: cartidge belt, pistol belt, first aid pouch, and a 

canteen with cover and cup (1988.0644). 
Joan M. Young: "Obsession" perfume bottle, 1985 (1988.0809). 
Victor Yuliano: 17 8-track audiotape cartidges and a carrying case 

(1988.0497). 
Charles H. Yust, Jr.: feed strip for Benet-Mercie machine gun (1987.0388). 
Louis A. Zanoni: 3 electronic watch modules, 2 sets of electronic watch 

displays, a Chronar calculator watch, and liquid crystal display clock 

(1987.0358). 
Marian Elsie Metcalf Zimmerly: woman's Timex electric wrist watch 

(1987.0490). 
David B. and Frankie Zurav: set of 10 artificial fingernails hand-painted 

with flag and patriotic motifs by Sue Ellen Schultes for Mrs. Zurav to 

wear at the inaugural events of 1989 (1989.0327). 



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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 

Donors to the National Collections 

Personal 

Jeffrey B. Aardahl: 285 mollusks (377728, 378370, 378918). 

Dr. Tucker Abbott: 5 mollusks (373347). 

Dr. Mohamed Abou-El-Eneim: 6 fossils (384152). 

Nancy E. Adams: 37 misc. insects (387548). 

William Adams: 8 freshwater snails (382602). 

Dr. P. H. Adler: 112 insects (387338). 

Steve Ahlstedt: 26+ freshwater clams (382555). 

Dr. Bruce Allen: 59 plants (384908). 

Joseph J. Anderson: 696 beetles (387333). 

Kenneth H. Anderson: 75+ freshwater mollusks (265208). 

Comdr. Richard A. Anderson: 437 butterflies (382428, 383470, 387531, 
387607). 

J. Phillip Angle: a bird skeleton (379085). 

Joallyn Archambault: a Yanktonai Sioux spirit (death) bundle (380541) 

Dr. Paul H. Arnaud, Jr.: 4,084 insects (387565). 

Roy Ash: 2 minerals (381549). 

Wallace L. Ashby: a fossil land mammal bone (380263). 

Mr. & Mrs. Wallace L. Ashby: 2 fossils (381128, 382517). 

Dr. Allan C. Ashworth: 8 insects (387616). 

Dr. George T. Austin: 2 insects (387602). 

Jon Bachman: a fossil peccary canine (385155). 

Dr. L. Baert: 16 beetles (385087). 

Dr. R. P. M. Bak: 100+ worms (349545). 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Wayne Baker: 3 fossil whale skulls (382523). 



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Dr. George E. Ball: 5 Mexican beetles (387532). 

Dr. Lain Bangdel: 2 Nepalese temple paintings (364314). 

M. F. Barada: a Moroccan woman's caftan, a Tibetan hat, Chinese pajamas, a 
silk robe and cap (362994). 

Carlos do Prado Barbosa: 11 minerals (381501, 383014, 383017). 

Roger C. Barnett: 5 minerals (383019). 

Dr. Hans Bath: 14 fishes (382853, 383727). 

Dr. William C. Bean: 23 fossil seal and whale remains (382532). 

Dr. Clark W. Beasley: a crustacean slide (383124). 

Mrs. H. Lay Beaven: 16 archeological and ethnological Sioux artifacts 
(364363). 

Steve Beck: 300 fossil microvertebrates (380237). 

Dr. Vitor 0. Becker: 11 caddisflies (387566). 

Dr. Denton Belk: 43 crustaceans (361180). 

Dr. Cole Benton: 18 spiders (387610). 

Robert L. Bertolo: 2 minerals (383035). 

Meredith Berwick: 2 fossil fish teeth (385210). 

Phillip Betancourt: 2 minerals (381527, 384530). 

Dr. W. E. Bickley: 28 insects (387256). 

Richard Bideaux: 5 minerals (378900). 

Lance T. Biechele: a plant (383943). 

W. B. Biggart: a mineral (381540). 

Dr. Bill Birch: 3 minerals (381507). 

Jack Blair: 11 fossil vertebrates (384134). 

Dr. Daniel B. Blake: 5 fossils (383425). 

Dr. Robert B. Blodgett: 135 fossil gastropods (384159, 384178). 

Dr. R. M. Bohart: a wasp (382804). 

Dr. Iris Y. Borg: 636 minerals (373586). 



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Drs. Marie L. & Edgar F. Borgatta: a 22,892.5 cts topaz (THE AMERICAN 
GOLDEN) See also The American Federation of Mineralogical Soc. (379615). 

Dr. Richard L. Bottorff: 1,061 stoneflies (387614). 

Dr. Raymond W. Bouchard: 54 crustaceans (315738). 

Dr. Arthur J. Boucot: 17 fossil brachiopods (384195). 

Bridgit Brill: a fossil fish tooth (385194). 

Major J. Brodzinsky: a fossil moth (387561). 

Mary Brooks: 6 crustaceans (374755). 

Dr. Robert W. Brooks: 6 sawflies (387138). 

Dr. Arthur V. Brown: 2 crustaceans (377415). 

John Buckalew: a bird skin (370821). 

David Bunk: 2 minerals (386138). 

Mrs. Beatrice L. Burch: 454+ echinoderms (377423). 

J. B. Burch: 79 mollusks (271639). 

Dr. Eugene M. Burreson: a worm (382786). 

Dr. George W. Busby, III: 2 butterflies (387547). 

Dr. Gary R. Byerly: 2 polished thin sections residue of the GREENWELL 
SPRINGS, Louisiana meteorite (384638). 

Dr. George W. Byers: 26 centipedes (387321). 

Curtis J. Callaghan: 103 butterflies (387585). 

Dr. A. G. Carey, Jr.: 10 crustaceans (381794). 

Dr. William Carlson: 7 minerals (384588). 

Dr. John H. Carson: 2 fossils (385887). 

Rick Carter: 16 fossil vertebrates (382535). 

Caroline Chaboo: 14 freshwater clams (383184). 

Ralph Chamness: a portion of a fossil gannet skull (381067). 

Paul E. Chanley: 383+ marine clams (281339, 287265). 

John Chapman: 100+ crustaceans (378468). 



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Hideyuki Chiba: 9 Japanese butterflies (387260). 

Alice Church: a fossil sea turtle bone (385209). 

John Cianciulli: a mineral (383027). 

Barbara Clark: a cuneiform tablet (367818). 

Dr. J. F. Gates Clarke: 1,070 insects (387340). 

Spencer Cocherl: a fossil seal canine (380265). 

Dr. E. I. Coher: 31 flies (387339). 

Dr. Richard W. Coleman: 2 crustaceans (381716). 

Timothy Collins: a fossil (383403). 

Carl Cook: 8 dragonflies (387623). 

Steven Coon: 2 fossil blowfish vertebrae (385143). 

Ann S. Cooper: 170 vials of synthetic crystals (384556). 

Candace Corson: a fossil monk seal jaw (382500). 

Paul J. Cory: 10 minerals (378211). 

Dr. Charles V. Covell: 5 butterflies (387318). 

Kenneth W. Craddock: a fossil amphibian (380260). 

Dr. William L. Crepet: See Also Dr. Carl W. Schafer (387571). 

Elizabeth M. Cridlin: See Aslo Urella Hill (385821). 

Jarrett L. Cross: 7,579 misc. insects (387528). 

Forrest & Barbara Cureton: a mineral (383041). 

Bruce Cutler: 302 misc. insects & arthropods (387317). 

Dr. Edward B. Cutler: 3,000+ worms (380888). 

Dr. Walter W. Dalquest: 2 slabs of fossil Acanthodian spines (381133) 

Ruth P. Danforth: 12 crustaceans (375657). 

Neil E. Dankert: 3 butterflies (387327). 

Prof. Charles N. D'Asaro: mollusks egg capsules (383175). 

Dr. Hieronim Dastych: a crustacean slide (386524). 



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Dr. Anthony D'Attilio: 2 mollusks (366139). 

Dick Dayvault: a mineral (384522). 

Dr. Anne DeBevoise: 25,000 worms (382781). 

Larry Decina: 5 fossils (382529, 384153). 

Mary DeDecker: 4 plants (383900). 

David J. de Laubenfils: 138 plants (386433). 

Dr. Daniel Desbruyeres: a worm (380899). 

S. Sydney De Young (deceased): a red diamond (377258, bequest). 

Susan M. Divine: a Korean woman's costume (364318). 

Dr. Peter S. Dixon: 1,063 plants (381869, 381878, 386007, 386484 

Douglas Dodd: 75 fossils (379233). 

Masahiro Dojiri: 2 crustaceans (379956). 

Douglas Donald: 3 fossil monk seal bones (382455). 

Ann Ford Doyle: an album of 42 Chinese brush paintings (358148). 

Jean Drivas: 55 mollusks (367887). 

Dr. Arnold T. Drooz: 26 sawflies (387322, 387324). 

Dr. Sidney W. Dunkle: 28 insects (387543, 387627). 

Red Dwyer: a fossil seal metartarsal (381098). 

Dr. Robert F. Dymek: a mineral (381508). 

Dr. W. Eberhard: 152 spiders (387249, 387259). 

Patricia K. Eckel: 74 mosses (382741). 

Dr. Robert L. Edwards: 4 spiders (387246). 

Corrine Ehrlich: 6 worms (382771). 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Ellwood: 3 fossil seal bones (385843). 

Dr. Hamed A. El-Nakhal : 6 fossils (385902). 

Dr. Dodge Engleman: 721 insects (387272). 

Roland Eriksson: 13 minerals (382989). 



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David P. Ernstes:.2 plants (385777). 

Dr. Christer Erseus: 82 worms (382744, 382758). 

Dr. D. H. Erwin: 6 fossils (385187). 

Elva Escobar-Briones: 23 crustaceans (371271, 373151). 

Dr. Ralph Eshelman: 4 fossil vertebrates (384137). 

Dr. H. H. Evenhuis: 23 wasps (387576). 

John D. Everette: 5 fossil vertebrates (382527). 

Dr. W. C. Fallaw: 3 fossil fish skulls (382508). 

Dr. Rodney M. Feldman: 14 fossil barnacles (381106). 

Benny J. Fenn: a mineral (383015). 

Frederick F. Ferguson: 50+ snails (294362). 

Dr. B. A. Ferril: 10 fossil brachiopods (384187). 

Dennis E. Figg: 15+ snails (384061). 

Dr. Michael Fleischer: 2 minerals (381484). 

John F. Flennicker: 2 moths (387620). 

Dr. Herve Floch: 60+ mollusks (260859). 

Riusseau M. Flower: 2 land snails (373266). 

George C. Fonger: 80 fossils (382463, 385132, 385192, 385203) 

Mrs. Marilyn Force: a fossil (382531). 

Donald J. Forrester: 1,144+ mollusks (245060). 

Mercedes S. Foster: 10+ echinoderms (372262). 

Jim Fowler: 2 minerals (384519). 

Dr. Dirk Frankenberg: 3 marine mollusks (254130). 

Richard Franz: 160+ crustaceans (377376). 

Jeff rey V. Freemen: 85 freshwater snails (381028). 

Dr. Amnon Freidberg: 1,499 misc. flies (387330). 

Dr. C. G. Froehlich: 125 stoneflies (387253). 



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Dr. D. G. Furth: 22 sawflies (387223). 

Jean-Yves Gallard: 184 butterflies (387331). 

Frank Garcia: 2 fossil vertebrates (382536). 

Julio Garcia-Gomez: 14 crustaceans (379984). 

Mr. & Mrs. John Garris: 2 fossil seal bones (381100). 

Kjell Gatedal: 9 minerals (382955). 

Dr. M. Gentili: 50 spiders & 3 flies (387248). 

Howard Scott Gentry: 31 plants (385537). 

Arthur Gerk: 2,933 fossil invertebrates (381111). 

Dr. Ray Gibson: a worm (384463). 

Lance Gilbertson: 4 mollusks (381968). 

Dr. Rosemary Gillespie: 7 spiders (387247). 

Derham Giulani : 765+ freshwater snails (376764, 378795, 381242). 

Prof. Folco Giusti di Massa: 10+ snails (378939). 

Bonita Glaser: 2 true bugs (387587). 

Peter W. Glynn: 3 crustaceans (380020). 

Dr. M. Ray Godfrey: a plant (383255). 

Janet Gomon: 8 fossil fish skeletons (381081). 

Prof. Donald M. Gooch: 10+ mollusks (283711). 

Dr. Robert H. Gore: 3 crustaceans (367147). 

Pat Gotsis: a fossil tooth (385842). 

William E. Gould: a zircon (384543). 

David W. Grabda: 22 fossil vertebrates (382533). 

Dr. Cynthia Gradek: 3+ crustaceans; 100+ worms (383085). 

Fred Grady: a bird (382406). 

Arthur T. Grant: a mineral (386129). 

Richard D. Greene: a Hopi sash & kilt (380506). 



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Mark Grygier: 10 corals (383654). 

Hank Guarisco: 52 misc. spiders (387270). 

Lloyd F. Gunther: 701 fossils (383443, 384141). 

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd F. Gunther: 231 slabs of fossil plants (384164) 

Val Gunther: See Also Dr. R. A. Robison (379289). 

Dr. Johnny Gusdon: a mineral (384544). 

Dr. Courtney T. Hackney: 12+ crustaceans (378461). 

Gilles Hainault: See Also Arthur T. Grant (386129). 

William Hale: a fossil horse tibia (385906). 

Dr. R. B. Halliday: 2 mites (387252). 

Dr. Tatsuo Hamano: a crustacean (380013). 

Frances and F. N. Hammerstrom: 3 bird skins (381963). 

Dr. Richard Hammond: 3+ crustaceans (381767). 

Jacques Hamon: 16 wasps (387345). 

Prof. John Hanahan: approx. 600 minerals (381552). 

Walter J. Harman: snails (368206). 

Christopher Harmatuk: 29 fossils (380235, 385153). 

Peter J. Harmatuk: 763 fossils (378523). 

Dr. Chris Harris: a mineral (384524). 

Dr. Harold W. Harry: 200+ oysters (373286). 

A. D. Hart: 1,000+ land snails (376187). 

Peter Hattenschwiler: 14 moths (387611).- 

Dr. Loren R. Haury: 25 crustaceans (378420). 

Frederick G. Hayes: a fossil carnivore jaw (382543). 

Craig Healy: a fossil blowfish skull (378527). 

Dr. Richard Heard: 4 crustaceans (378486). 

Bill Heim: 167 fossils (381057, 383430, 384105, 384142). 



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Maria Angelica Heineck: 6 beetles (387254). 

Nancy Helm: 25+ crustaceans (381715). 

Dr. Edward P. Henderson: a meteorite (386110). 

Norlan C. Henderson: 347 plants (380936). 

Dr. Stephen Hesselbo: 2 fossils (379290). 

Gary F. Hevel : 11,588 misc. insects (387336). 

Dr. Roger H. Hewins: a meteorite (384642). 

Tim Hicks: a quartz (381477). 

Dr. Robert P. Higgins: 10,000+ crustaceans (385011). 

Urella Hill: a fossil skull (385821). 

Mrs. Eleanor Hillman: 3 marine clams (289252). 

Li Hing-Kun: 2 snails (377617). 

Guillermo Schmeda Hirschmann: 39 plants (383570). 

Dr. Richard Hoare: 207 fossils (385164). 

Dr. Horton H. Hobbs: 2 worm slides (376314). 

Dr. Richard L. Hoffman: 15+ crustaceans (373828). 

Dr. Lincoln Hollister: 21 minerals (383034). 

J. R. Holsinger: 120+ snails (376479, 383186). 

Dr. Perry C. Holt: 83+ worms (slides) (377652). 

Dr. Ralph W. Holzenthal: 5 insects (387544). 

Jean M. Hooper: 3 fossils (380262). 

Francis R. Home: 20+ snails (383190). 

Sid Hostetter: 2 fossil bird carpometarpus (380244). 

Dr. Peter Houde: 3 birds (360435). 

Dr. Michael R. House: 30 fossils (382453). 

Jill Hovre: 100 mollusks (374708). 

Dr. Brian Huber: 61 fossils (384144). 



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Leslie Hubricht: 65 snails (273828). 

B. J. Huckenpahler : a wasp (387542). 

George W. Hunter, III: snails (254728). 

Randall D. Hunter: a portion of a fossil tapir jaw (383415). 

Dr. Paul D. Hurd (deceased): 1,873 insects (387281, 387335). 

Dr. John A. Hyatt: 4 butterflies (387320). 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hyne: 779 fossil vertebrates (378567). 

Ronald M. A. Ison: 96 fossils (381121, 384143, 385151). 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Iverson: iron oxide pseudomorphs after pyrite (381502 

Dr. Michael Ivie: 219 beetles (387577, 387608). 

Pierre H. Jabbour: a Punic jug (373810). 

Lillian James: 3 figurines and a carved pipe (380514). 

Dr. Samuel W. James: 4 worms (384489). 

Dr. Daniel Janzen: 6 weevils (387556). 

Maria Luisa Jimenez: 25 spiders (387269). 

Dr. C. D. Johnson: 413 seed beetles (387279). 

Dr. J. G. Johnson: 161 fossil brachiopods (382515). 

Dr. James B. Johnson: 145 insects (387563). 

Martin Johnson, Sr.: See Also Robert L. Bertolo (383035). 

Robert Johnson: a fossil monk seal jaw (382538). 

Joshua Jones: a fossil catshark tooth (385822). 

Lt. Col. John Justice: 25 butterflies (387619). 

Dr. M. P. Kahl; 2 mollusks (279056). 

Dr. Michael A. Kaminski: 39 fossils on slides (383424). 

Dr. Thomas W. Kammer: 2 fossils (385170). 

Dr. Anthony R. Kampf: 5 minerals (370940, 383006). 

Dr. Pieter Kat: 4 snails (377365). 



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Dr. R. Deedee Kathman: 6 crustaceans (382762). 

Kathleen Kaupp: 62 Mexican masks (361596). 

Dr. Isabel Kelley, Estate of: 83 Mexican textiles & wood artifacts 
(364366). 

Michael G. Kellogg: 25+ snails (381266). 

Dr. Edwin J. Keppner: 45 worms (376302, 380897). 

Kim Keum-hwa: 4 Korean ceremonial items (364315). 

Pastina Khaliq: a fossil tooth (385175). 

Dr. Lynn S. Kimsey: 2 insects (387617). 

Forrest Klies: 4 minerals (381505). 

Dr. Stuart Knapp: 70+ snails (382624). 

George Knowles: See Also Candace Corson (382500). 

Dr. Alan Kohn: 8+ worms (384461). 

Dr. Boris C. Kondratieff: 317 insects (384096, 387242, 387545, 387580). 

Dr. H. H. Kool: 5 gastropods (380058). 

Dr. Silvard Kool: 58 mollusks (368724). 

Dr. Rita Korczynski: 20 crustaceans (381714). 

Frank Koterba: 5 minerals (381547). 

Dr. Eugene N. Kozloff: 4 worms (264832). 

Alexander Kranz: a fossil (385886). 

Dr. Peter M. Kranz: 25 fossil vertebrates (382464, 382486, 384107, 
384171, 385809, 385812, 385841, 385868). 

1st Lt. Kenneth A. Krieger: 2 snails (294090). 

Dr. Frank E. Kurczewski: 246 flies (387567). 

Mrs. Thomas Lambert: 3 fiber hats from Lesotho (362993). 

Jerry Landye: 12,000+ snails (381402). 

Walter W. Langley: 60 marine mollusks (283883). 

D. C. Larkin: crustaceans (383082). 



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Sr. Luis E. La Rotta C. : 115 caddisflies (387530, 387551). 

Dr. R. S. Lawler: 1,404 insects (387280). 

Dr. John F. Lawrence: a beetle (387583). 

Dr. James D. Lazell: a crustacean (377416); 20 insects (387326). 

Dr. Harry G. Lee: 50+ snails & clams (282376). 

Dr. A. Scott Leiper: 300+ worms (300750). 

Dr. Rafael Lemaitre: 110 crustaceans (378451, 378463, 378464). 

Dr. Jay Leverone: 116 worms (382768). 

Dr. James T. List: a fossil (384147). 

Dr. Jean-Pierre Lorand: a mineral (386159). 

George Lucy: a fossil mastadon tooth (384182). 

John C. Ludlum: 2 clams (302669). 

Spencer R. Luke: 3 crustaceans (381701). 

Ron Lupton: a mineral (384576). 

William G. Lyons: a mollusk (363458). 

Howard A. MacCord: 245+ mollusks (282141). 

Amaro Macedo: 80 plants (382333, 383289, 383603, 384732). 

Dr. Andy S. Y. Mackie: 4 worms (382755). 

Dr. Norman MacLeod: 26 slides of fossils (385123). 

Dr. Rosalie F. Maddocks: 15 crustaceans (374082); 56 fossils (383452) 

Fred Magnusson: 3 minerals (386130). 

Lynne Maillet: 6 cordierite w/granitoids (382572). 

Dr. Zoran J. Maksimovic: 2 minerals (386139). 

Dr. J. Maldonado: 7 insects (387334). 

Dr. Royal H. Mapes: 7 fossils (383458). 

Dr. R. Marinez: 12 clams (383185). 

Sam Marshall: 143 misc. insects & arthropods (387312). 



390 



Dr. Robert L. Martin: a fossil walrus skull (385133). 

Dr. Brian Mason: a meteorite, LUJAN, Argentina (386106). 

Bryant Mather: a scorpionfly (387550). 

Dr. James F. Matta: 20,000 aquatic insects (387276). 

Dr. Michael Mazurkiewicz: 30+ snails (378938). 

Dr. Anne B. McCrary: 42 worms (275606, 333190). 

Colin McEwen: a plesiosaur vertebra (381149). 

Marion McDowell: 6 crustaceans (349661). 

Dr. George C. Mcintosh: a fossil (386630). 

Dr. Frank K. McKinney: 96 fossils (381102). 

Dr. Robert B. McLaughlin: a fossil strew slide (385186). 

Dr. James McLean: gastropods (371504). 

Jack McLellan: 7,413 fossil fish remains (381063, 382499, 384160, 
385193). 

Jerry A. McLelland: 9 worms (380898). 

John M. & Lucy McLuckie, Estate of: 2,500 fossils (384115). 

Dr. Franco Medioli: a fossil (384106). 

Dr. John T. Medler: 5 bugs (387245). 

Peter Megaw: 4 minerals (383032). 

Raymond H. Meisenhalder : a beryl, 0.68 carats (381533). 

Mari Mejia: a fossil mosasaur tooth (385851). 

Dr. Marcello Mellini: a mineral (383030). 

Dr. Eustorgio Mendez: 9 fleas (387596). 

Eric Metzler: 86 moths (387615). 

Dr. Julio Micheli: 120 beetles (387589). 

Charles B. Miller: 37 crustaceans (377414). 

Dr. John Miller: 2 worms (382790). 

Laura Miller: 17 misc. lace bugs (387555). 



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Dr. William Miller, III: 25 fossils (382494). 

Dr. Tomoyuki Miura: 3 worms 382784). 

Dr. Ritsuro Miyawaki: a mineral (381524). 

Mrs. Mary Jo Molineaux: 1,295 insects (387343). 

Guillermo Moreno: crustaceans (380039). 

Dr. J. P. E. Morrison (deceased): 30+ marine mollusks (276609). 

Dr. Edward 0. Murdy: 53 crustaceans (368142, 373774). 

George Naff: 42 Egyptian artifacts (378937). 

Dr. Ray B. Nagle: 126 moths (387341). 

Pir Nasir: 25+ mollusks (298887). 

Dr. Kurt Nassau: a mineral (384591). 

Dr. Michael B. Nathan: 4 insects (387593). 

Bruce C. Netschert: a fossil fish (383416). 

Dr. Catherine Nigrini: 5 radiolarians (385181). 

Charles Novak, Jr.: 28 minerals (384528). 

Gordon Nowell-Usticke: 4 gastropods (259707). 

Dr. Brendan O'Connor: 2 worms (353357). 

Dr. Edward J. Olsen: a meteorite, EAGLE, Nebraska (386108). 

Dr. Paul A. Gpler: 341 butterflies (387539, 387612). 

Cecilia Osorio R. : 2 mussels (260161). 

Dr. B. H. R. Othman: 6 crustaceans (381703). 

Dr. William Leslie Gveral: 719 weevils (387549). 

Eddie Overstreet: a fossil protocetid tooth (385180). 

Tom Parks: a fossil cervical vertebra (384193). 

Dr. Randy R. Patrick: 11 fossils with trace fossils, 3 slides with assoc. 
fragments (386613). 

Joseph Pawlik: 33+ worms (346429). 

Dr. David L. Pearson: a beetle (387605). 



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Mr. & Mrs. Joel Penn: 2 dinosaur bones (383445). 

Prof. Charles A. Peters: marine shells (269599). 

Dr. Ole V. Petersen: 15 minerals (383018, 383047). 

Dr. Jon Petranek: 9 minerals (386140). 

Dr. Ivan Petrov: a mineral (384568). 

Dr. Edward J. Petuch: 24 fossil gastropods (381151). 

Dr. Allan R. Phillips: 3 bird skeletons (385664). 

Joseph Pinto: a dinosaur bone fragment (385885). 

Sherry Pittam: 100 plants (381374). 

John Pittman: 4 fossil vertebrates (382530). 

Fred Plumb: 9 fossil shark teeth (383367). 

Dr. Yves Plusquellec: a fossil cast (385122). 

Dr. John T. Polhemus: 35 insects (387554). 

Dr. Winston F. Ponder: a mollusk (367888). 

Mark Ports: 15 land & freshwater snails (382554). 

Charles W. Potter: a bird skin (384667). 

Dr. Jerry Powell: 2 wasps (382632). 

Dr. Shreedhar P. Pradham: 62 mosquitoes (387538). 

Elizabeth Hayse Pratt: a fiber basket (363028). 

Dr. C. Pregenzer: 11 crustaceans (378471). 

Tom Pride: a fossil tapir tooth (381123). 

Dr. Vernon W. Proctor: 30+ snails (377729). 

Dr. K. P. Pruess: 94 flies (387529). 

Dr. W. J. Pulawaski: 9 wasps (382633). 

Dr. Li Qiang: 32 wasps (387258). 

Bernard Raffery: See Also Stephen Syphax (376285). 

Russell A. Rahn: 1,174 butterflies & moths (382800, 383469, 387328, 
387541). 



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Dr. W. F. Rapp: 2 scorpions (387271). 

Dr. Jean- Yves Rasplus: 37 parasitic wasps (387553). 

Dr. Warren J. Rathjen: a crustacean (378516). 

Charles R. Read, Sr.: 4 minerals (381553). 

Ken Reading: 15 crustaceans (378475). 

Dr. Richard L. Reeder: a land snail (377614). 

Jan Reese: 45 bird skins (382405). 

Phillip Reese: a fossil (383442). 

Dr. David Reid: 75 gastropods (368723). 

Mandy Reid: 7 worms (380895). 

George Reiger: 3 birds (382870). 

Dr. Thomas Reinecke: 4 minerals (383029). 

Dr. Donald J. Reish: a worm (259354). 

Dr. Shuang K. Ren: 2 minerals (386158). 

Dr. Johanna Resig: 19 fossils (383401). 

Robert B. Richardson: 11 African agricultural implements (361324). 

Dr. David Richman: 12 spiders (387255).. 

Dr. J. Keith Rigby: 29 fossils (383463). 

Norman Riker: 2 fossil mammal vertebrates (380271). 

Dr. Tyson Roberts: 25+ shrimps (369289). 

Blake Robinson: 101 West African stone figures (362302). 

Dr. Henry W. Robison: 133 crayfishes (378505, 379968, 380004). 

Dr. Richard A. Robison: 2 fossils (379289); 13 fossil echinoderms (381113) 

Rosa Vidal Rodriguez: a mummified hummingbird (381191). 

Dr. David M. Rohr: 105 fossil gastropods (381115). 

Dr. L. H. Rolston: 10 insects (387586). 

Beppy Ronco: 2 minerals (382970). 



394 



Robert W. Root: 38 Philippino ethnological items (362991). 

Vincent D. Roth: 358 spiders (387134). 

Greg Rouse: 19 worms (382769). 

Dr. Jose I. Saiz Salinas: 26 worms (380906). 

Dr. K. S. Samson: 45+ mollusks (294773). 

Kiel Sandved: 5 mollusks (274003). 

Dr. Paul Sartenaer: 3 fossil brachiopods and plastercasts (385884). 

Dr. Carl W. Schafer: an insect (387571). 

Kathy Schaffer: a fossil peccary metatarsal (385831). 

Dr. Rudolf S. Scheltema: 390 worms (384482). 

Robert Schmidt: a fossil sperm whale tooth (380264). 

Dr. Robert W. Schmieder: 100+ crustaceans (383152). 

Jason Schoonover: 103 Devil Dance and Kolam masks and paraphernalia 
(364316). 

Dr. David R. Schwimmer: 30 fossils (385826). 

Mrs. Joanne Sedgewick: 96 fossils (385166). 

Mr. & Mrs. A. James Seidl: 7 ivory & bone Eskimo artifacts (379712). 

Dr. William A. Shear: a fossil centipede (383404). 

Dr. Yoshihide Shiga: a mineral (382973). 

Dr. Masaaki Shimizu: 3 minerals (382987, 384569). 

Dr. Yoshihisa Shirayama: 5 worms (382770). 

Dr. Thomas Shirley: 65+ crustaceans (376915). 

Jan Shopland: a fossil dinosaur tooth (385888). 

Dr. John A. Shuey: 3 butterflies (387325). 

Douglas Siegel-Causey: 73+ crustaceans (378441, 378513). 

David Oscar Siegert: 14 fossil vertebrates (380266). 

Dr. Petra Sierwald: 111 spiders (387250). 

Diana Silva: 38 spiders (387316). 



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Dr. Robert Sites: 50 plant bugs (383688). 

Connie Smith: a fossil sea cow bone (384138). 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward H. Smith: 81 ethnological artifacts (361230) 

Elaine Smith: a portion of a fossil sloth tooth (384192). 

Dr. Julian P. S. Smith, III: 4 worms (382747). 

Dr. Lyman B. Smith: 14 paintings of plants (385585). 

Dr. Richard Smith: 5 corals (381675). 

Dr. Diana N. Solie: 13 minerals (381480, 382974). 

Richard Soper: a fossil skull (385162). 

Dr. Monica De Cassia de Souza Campos: 2 insects (387575). 

Dr. Everett Spackman: 185 moths (387244). 

0. D. Spencer: 4,120 butterflies (387337). 

Dr. Sheldon Spencer: a fossil primitive whale jaw (381080). 

Dr. Charles L. Staines: 2,478 insects (387557). 

Dr. Michael G. Stamatakis: 10+ minerals (382972). 

Dr. Clifford R. Stanley: a mineral (377234). 

Dr. C. K. Starr: 91 insects (387332). 

Henry M. Stevenson: a bird skin (379091). 

Dr. Ross K. Stevenson: a mineral (384587). 

William L. Stockton: 6 worms (307087). 

Dr. Manya Stoetzel: 1,496 insects (387267, 387604). 

Janet Stone: 116 West African artifacts (361235). 

Ben M. Stout, III: 55 caddisflies (387546, 387568). 

Anita L. Suazo: a Pueblo blackware melon jar (380508). 

Dr. J. Boiling Sullivan: 495 insects (383694, 383865, 385685). 

Connie Sutton: a portion of a fossil seal pelvis (381126). 

Sean Sweeney: 10 gems (381499, 381523). 



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Mrs. Mary R. Swicegood: a fossil sea cow ribs & axis (381093). 

Clyde Swindell: 88 fossil vertebrates (382524). 

Stephen Syphax: 105 crustaceans (376285, 381797); a worm (381797; 

Dr. Stanley W. Szczytko: 2 insects (387578). 

Dr. Tsutomu Tanabe: 2 millipedes (387574). 

Dr. Barbara Taylor: 25 crustaceans (381708). 

Stephen F. Taylor: a humming bird skeleton (382392). 

Dr. K. J. Tennessen: a dragonfly (387624). 

Dr. Vincent Tepedino: 516 wasps (387591). 

Margaret C. Teskey: 40+ snails (285333). 

Earl Thompson: 16 fossil veretebrates (380223). 

Dr. Fred G. Thompson: 40 mollusks (356856, 378668).' 

Tony Thompson: 4 mollusks (293773). 

Dr. Jon Toal: 70+ crustaceans (381764). 

Tambrey A. Tosk: 67 fossils (383444). 

Dr. Robert Traub: 1,272 lice (387570). 

Dr. V. Tunnicliffe: a crustacean (383078). 

Paul Turner: 2 crustaceans (385077). 

Mrs. Patricia E. Ulisse: a bird skin (383484). 

W. C. Van Laer: a quart/w beryl (384571). 

Dr. Wouter I. Van Tichelen: 7 minerals (381476, 384502, 386128). 

Lie. Beatriz S. Varona: land snails (383169). 

Dr. Stephen T. Viada: 20+ echinoderms (381651). 

Dr. Emily H. Vokes: a fossil gastropod (381108). 

Dr. Kurt Walenta: a mineral (369396). 

Dr. Robert D. Ward: 1,625 insects (385508). 

Dr. Ronald A. Ward: 19 slides of lice (387536). 



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Dr. Anders Waren: a mollusk (375618). 

Gwendolyn L. Waring: 2 small moths (387573). 

Jim Washington: See Also Douglas Dodd (379233). 

Dr. Les Watling: 1,000+ crustaceans (381749). 

Charles N. Watson, Jr.: 14 butterflies (387319). 

Clifton S. Weaver: a marine mollusk (282007). 

Albert & Alice Weeks: 350 boxes of vanadium & uranium ores (385374). 

Dr. Robert E. Weems: a fossil turtle carapace (385156). 

David Wells: 2 fossils (383389, 385878). 

Mike Welzenbach: a fossil fish skeleton (383426). 

Dr. John Weske: 5 birds (370820). 

Jason West: a fossil protocetid tooth (385179). 

Dr. James Westgate: a fossil sturgeon plate (381089). 

Dr. Alfred G. Wheeler: 173 plantbugs (387613). 

Dr. Craig M. White: a meteorite (378235). 

Dr. D. R. Whitehead: 674 insects (387329, 387564). 

Thomas E. Whiteley: 15+ fossils (383378). 

Dr. J. E. Whittaker: 6 fossils in one microslide (385127). 

Ronald Wielgus: 154 insects (387243, 387257, 387273, 387579, 387594) 

Bob Wiest: 275 fossils (381124, 384130, 385840). 

Gaye Williams: 7 fossils (385144, 385827). 

Gwen N. Williams: 5 crustaceans (380045). 

Dr. Barry Wilson: 16 mollusks (379938). 

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Wilson: 2 fossils (385173). 

Vivian J. Wilson: 81 insects (387606). 

Mrs. Mary Winters: a mineral (384523). 

Dr. Timothy S. Wood: 2 fossils (386626). 



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Eugenia I. Wright: a collection of mollusks (383177) 

Kirk E. Wright: 29 crustaceans (376756). 

Dr. John Wurdack: 2 insects (387315). 

Ellis Yochelson: 73, fossils (381140, 385197, 386606) 

Mrs. Lily Yochelson: 14 snails (376470). 

Dr. Frank N. Young: 1,166 insects (387534, 387626). 

Ken Young: 31 plants (382288, 382318). 

Veronica Young: See Also Pastina Khaliq (385175). 

Jeanne A. Zeh: 21 flies (387251). 

Dr. Michael E. Zolensky: 2 meteorites (382909). 

Dr. Victor A. Zullo: 15 fossil barnacles (381120). 



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Donors to the National Collections 

Institutions 

A. Remington Kellogg Fund: 3 fossil whale skulls (383429). 

Aarhus University, Denmark: Herbarium Jutlandicum: 17 plants (382709, 
385702). 

Academia Sinica, Taiwan: 3 plants (383231, 383569, 385759). 

Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Russia: v.L. Komarov Botanical Institute: 
92 plants (384314). 

Alabama, University of: 41 plants (385576). 

Alaska University Museum: 4 bird skins and skeletons (382895, 383491). 

American Federation of Mineralogical Societies See Also Drs. Edgar F. and 
Marie L. Borgatta (379615). 

American Gem Society: 31 gemstone jewelry items (336073). 

American Museum of Natural History: 10 fishes (383725; 2 spiders (387609). 

Amoco Production Company: 111 fossils (384166). 

Arizona State University: 2 plants (383963). 

Arizona, University of: Herbarium: a plant (384760) 

Asociacion Mexicana de Orquideologia: 2 plants (381923). 

Auburn, University of: 7 insects (387590). 

Australian National University, Australia: 25 plants (385531). 

Battelle: 4 meteorites (386118). 

Bernice P. Bishop Museum: 51+ echinoderms (381669, 383684); 84 plants 
(386488). 

Biosystematics Research Institute, Canada: 101 insects (387314). 

Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, Inc.: 10 fossils (384114). 

Bossier Parish Nature Study Center: 5 plants (383946). 

Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem, Germany: 2 plants 
(384763). 

Brigham Young University: Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum: a crustacean 
(376757); 845 caddisflies (384047); 2 plants (384244, 385551). 



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British Columbia University, Canada: 18 echinoderms (333381); 3 crustaceans 
(374626). 

British Museum (Natural History), England: 60 plants (381348); 7 insects 
(382809, 387274). 

Calicut, University of, India: a plant (385701). 

California Academy of Sciences: 207 fishes (382146); echnioderms including 
microscope slides (383653, 385438); 116 plants (384721, 385546). 

California State University: Hayward Campus: 16 crustaceans (383122). 

University of California: 22 crustaceans (372334); 2 worms (373883); 109 
plants (382700, 384246); 3 insects (387119); Scripps Institution of 
Oceanoqraphy: 102 crustaceans (359849, 375768); 85 echinoderms (376790, 
381665^ 381688). 

Cambridge, University of England: 2 plants (383319). 

Canada Department of Mines, Canada: a slab of fossil brachiopods (382521). 

Canfield Fund: 10 minerals (378898, 380424, 381504, 381517, 381532, 381537, 
382967, 382969). 

Carnegie Museum of Natural History: 8 plants (385706). 

Casey Fund: 5,861 insects (387581, 387588). 

Center for Research in Medical Entomology, South India: 5 insects (387535). 

Centre O.R.S.T.O.M, France: Herbier: 454 plants (381905, 381907, 383288, 
383298, 384930, 384954, 385539, 386306, 386422). 

Centro de Agricultura Tropical, Colombia: 246 plants (386441). 

Centro Internacional de la Papa, Peru: 152 plants (384963). 

Chamberlain Fund: 3 minerals and a cut gem (381460, 381463, 383016, 
383051). 

Colegio de Postgraduados, Mexico: 52 plants (382684, 383565, 383623, 
385524). 

Colorado, University of: Boulder Campus: 5 plant bugs (385365). 

Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques de la Ville de Geneve, Switzerland: 52 
plants (383244, 383618, 383894, 384765, 386416). 

Copenhagen, University of, Denmark: 37 plants (385550). 

Cornell University: 6 fishes (384331); 8 insects (387277). 

Dauphin Island Sea Lab: 6+ echinoderms (322098). 



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Delaware Museum of Natural History: 46 clams (305737). 

Depto. de Oceanografia FURG, Brazil: a crustacean (373668). 

Desert Botanical Garden: 39 plants (383923). 

Dickinson College: 2 crustaceans (376323). 

Drake Fund: 5,867 insects (383222, 387597, 387618). 

Estafeta Universitaria, Panama: Herbario de la Universidad de Panama: 
228 plants (382354). 

Eastern Marine Fisheries Development Center, Thailand: 50+ crustaceans 
(385024). 

Field Museum of Natural History: 54 plants (384728, 386302, 386315, 386425, 
386477). 

Florida State University: a plant (383295). 

Florida, University of: 28 plants (381925, 383285); 89 insects (387540). 

Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, West Germany: 18 echinoderms (379374, 
381679). 

Franklin & Marshall College: North Museum: 2 slabs with dinosaur footprints 
(379279). • 

Friday Harbor Laboratories: 3 echinoderms (385426) 

Fundacao Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatistica, Brazil: 135 
plants (386446, 386461). 

Georgia, University of: 5 echinoderms (381696). 

George Mason University: 14 crustaceans (373298). 

Grice Marine Biological Laboratory: 469 crustaceans (374016). 

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Inc.: 4 echinoderms (379371, 
381686): Indian River Costal Zone Museum: 675 echinoderms (381670, 
383643, 385416, 385405, 385440). 

Harvard University: Herbarium: 2 plants (384719, 385564); Museum of 
Comparative Zoology: 19 insects (383692). 

Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory: 20 fossil (383375) 

Hawaii, University of: a fish (380448); 9 echinoderms (381671). 

Hebrew University, Israel: a fish (385486). 

Herbario Nacional de Bolivia, Bolivia: 516 plants (383291). 



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Herbarium Humboldtianum, Argentina: 3 plants (382685). 

Hillsdale College: a mounted ivory-billed woodpecker (383507). 

Hong Kong, University of, China: 5 crustaceans (373884, 374645). 

Houston, University of: 100 crustaceans including slides (373162). 

Idaho, University of: 5 plants (385755). 

Illinois State Museum: 3 insects (387625). 

Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, India: 51 insects (387537). 

Indiana, University of: 3 plants (383243). 

Institut de Geologie et Paleontologie, Switzerland: 42 fossils (384174). 

Institute of Oceanographic & Fisheries Research ( I .O.A.K.E. ) , Greece: 11 
fishes (385964). 

Institute of Systematic Botany, The Netherlands: 211 plants (381914, 
383580, 383581, 383596, 383966, 384964, 385566, 385725). 

Instituto Anchietani de Pesquisas, Brazil: Herbarium Achieta: 26 plants 
(385580, 386817). 

Instituto Boliviano de Biologia de Altura, Bolivia: Herbier ORSTOM: 
26 plants (381853, 385597). 

Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste, Argentina: 3 plants (384293). 

Instituto Investigaciones Pesqueras, Spain: 64 fishes (385965). 

Instituto Miguel Lillo, Argentina: 45 insects (387323). 

Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones sobre Recursos Bioticos, Mexico: 
Herbario: 5 plants (381880, 381902). 

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia, Brasil: a plant (384250); 
7 insects (387595). 

International Potato Center, Peru: 290 plants (384766). 

Isleta de sur Pueblo (Tiqua), Indian Nation of: a ceramic pot (380540). 

J. L. B. Smith Institute of Ichthyology, South Africa: 17 fishes (382833] 

Jardin Botanico Nacional, Dominican Republic: "Dr. Rafael M. Moscoso" 
Herbarium: 61 plants (383930, 385715, 385720). 

Joseph M. Long Marine Laboratory: 4 protozoan slides (381694). 

Kansas, University of : 4 insects (387598). 



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Karachi, University of, Pakistan: 28 crustaceans (370167). 

Leeds, University of, England: 21 plants (385529). 

Louisiana State University: 4 bird skeleton (379073, 384648)); 21 plant 
(384264, 384909). 

Lyman House Memorial Museum: a mineral (374517). 

Maine, University of: 200 echinoderms (326791); a fossil and a fossil cast 
(385169). 

Malaysia Forest Department Headquarters, Malaysia: Sarawak Herbarium: 5 
plants (383909). 

McGill University, Canada: 100 worms (281792). 

Miami Metro Zoo: 17 frozen birds (383513). 

Miami, University of: 8 crustaceans (332276); 188 echinoderms (335313). 

Michigan State University: 16 plants (385559). 

Michigan, University of Michigan: Herbarium: a plant (383268) 

Mineral Fund: 32 specs, including minerals, quartzs and copper (381506, 
381531, 381536, 381550, 382958, 382988, 383023, 384510, 384526, 384545). 

Missouri Botanical Garden Herbarium: 2,729 plants (381879, 381891, 381892, 

381893, 381896, 381909, 381911, 381917, 381919, 382358, 382359, 382688, 

382694, 382712, 382725, 383226, 383227, 383251, 383274, 383877, 384249, 

384307, 384318, 384744, 384755, 384771, 384884, 384918, 384920, 385553, 
386320). 

Montana State University: 3 crustaceans (383064); 75 mollusks (384082, 
384821). 

Museo Civico di Storia Naturale del Salento, Italy: a bird skeleton 
(382894). 

Museu Botanico Municipal Herbario, Brazil: 92 plants (382304, 384269, 
386787). 

Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle, France: a fish (382149). 

Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Australia: an 
echinoderm (385412). 

Museum of Victoria, Australia: 2 mollusks (383194). 

Nagasaki University, Japan: 6 fishes (382144). 

National Institute of Oceanography, England: 3 echinoderms (383649). 



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National Museum New Zealand, New Zealand: 62 fishes (385488). 

National Taiwan University: Ichtyological Laboratory: China: 12 fishes 
(382842). 

Nevada State Museum: 11 plants (381881). 

New Hampshire, University of: 26 echinoderms (327197). 

New York Botanical Garden: Herbarium: 1,451 plants (381921, 382647, 383237, 
383294, 383957, 384767, 385695, 386307). 

Normandeau Associates, Inc.: 850 crustaceans (335539). 

North Carolina State University: 5 protozoan microscope slides (381656). 

North Carolina, University of: 17 plants (381877, 381924). 

Northern Arizona University: a protozoan slide (381659); 9 fossils 
(383440); a plant (383574). 

Northern Territory of Arts & Sciences, Australia: a shrimp (373710). 

Northern Virginia Community College: 4+ echinoderms (383662): 

Nova University: echinoderms (385436). 

Ohio Department of Natural Resources: 2 plants (384294). 

Okayama University of Science, Japan: 11 plants (379783). 

Okinawa Expo Aquarium, Japan: 2 echinoderms (347964). 

Old Dominion University: a worm (374049). 

Oporto University, Portugal: Institute of Biomedical Sciences: 2 
echinoderms (383676). 

Oregon State University: 33 plants (382717). 

Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden: 3 plants (385578). 

Pala International: 3 minerals (381485). 

Paul E. Desautels Fund: a faceted gem (382993). 

Pennsylvania State University: 45 fishes (374857, 377819, 381222). 

Port Harcourt, University of, Nigeria: 65 crustaceans (372575). 

Premier Gem Corporation: 2 diamond replicas (381503). 

Puerto Rico, University of: a fish (382856). 



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Queensland, University of, Australia: 6 slides of echinoderms (383641). 

Rama de Botanica Herbario-Hortor-io, Mexico: 25 plants (382684). 

Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand: 296 crustceans (383063, 385025). 

Rijksmuseum Van Natuurlijke Historie, The Netherlands: a crustacean 
(367363); an echinoderms (381676); 170 fossil birds (384186). 

Roebling Fund: 30 minerals (381465, 381473, 381522, 381534, 382953, 382983, 
(383022). 

Roland W. Brown Fund: 1,745 fossil plants (380291, 385199, 385200). 

Royal Botanic Garden Herbarium, England: 53 plants (381840, 382690, 
386473). 

Royal College of Surgeons of England, England: 6 bird skeletons (382017) 

Royal Ontario Museum, Canada: a bird (383499). 

San Angelo State University: 5 bird study skins (364046). 

San Francisco State University: 2 slides of echinoderms (385415). 

Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: 31 plants (386483). 

Sea Pharm. Inc.: 8+ echinoderms (385400). 

Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China: 33 fossils (382520). 

Smithsonian Institution: Restricted Funds: See Also Canfield Fund, Casey 
Fund, Drake Fund, Mineral Fund, Paul E. Desautels Fund, Roebling Fund, 
Roland W. Brown Fund, Springer Fund, Stuart Fund, Walcott Fund. 

South African Museum, South Africa: 3 echinoderms (385435). 

South Australian Museum, Australia: 2 octocorals (381657); 2 worms 
(384481). 

South Carolina, University of: a crustacean and 2 worms (383053). 

South Pacific, University of, Fiji Islands: 6 fishes (315925). 

Southern Arkansas University: 139 crustaceans (373082, 383072, 372049). 

Springer Fund: 21 fossil echinoderms (382488). 

Station Marine d'Endoume et Centre d'Oceanographie, France: 5 crustaceans 
(366009, 374069); an echinoderm (383680). 

Stellenbosch, University of, South Africa: a plant (385760). 

Stetson University: 7 plants (382262). 



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Stuart Fund: 13 minerals (378915, 379603, 381462, 381475, 381486, 381498). 

Suriname, University of, Suriname: National Herbarium of Suriname: 30 
plants (383235). 

T. F. H. Publications, Inc.: 50 fishes (382854). 

Tall Timbers Research Institute, Inc.: 5000 worms (382788). 

Texas A&M University: 73 crustaceans (373058, 375712); 14 plants (382706, 
383935); fossils (386617). 

Texas, University of: Herbarium: 103 plants (383225, 383292, 385521). 

Tianjin Animal & Plant Quarantine Service: China: an insect (387569). 

Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferinandeum, Austria: 3 insects (387342). 

Tokyo, University of, Japan: an echinoderm (385401). 

Toronto, University of, Canada: 6 echinoderms (385407); a plant (386044). 

Tropical Botanic Garden and Research Institute, India: a plant (386478). 

Tulane University: 30 fishes (383732)- a fossil (384121). 

Universidad Autonoma De Baja California, Mexico: 9 crustaceans (375649). 

Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, Mexico: 9 plants (386805). 

Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela: 270 plants (381933, 382667, 
384736, 384739, 386462). 

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina: 28 crustaceans (361566). 

Universidad de Concepcion, Chile: 40 echinoderms (383650). 

Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico: 2 plants (384296). 

Universidad del Quindio, Colombia: 59 plants (383885). 

Universidad Nacional, Columbia: 15 plants (384251, 382275, 383278). 

Universidad Nacional Autonoma, Honduras: a plant (382643). 

Universidad Nacional de Asuncion, Paraguay: 8 plants (382264). 

Universidad Nacional Experimental de los Llanos Occidentales, Venezuela: 
254 plants (384239). 

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos de Lima, Peru: 76 plants (384240, 
384720). 

Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brasil: Herbario: 460 plants (381313, 



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381314, 381347, 382352, 382674, 382681, 382714, 383249, 383272, 383284, 
383322, 383562, 384897). 

Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil: 12 fishes (338838); 3 plants (383950). 

Universidade Estadual Sao Paulo, Brazil: Instituto de Biologia: 56 plants 
(382336). 

Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Brazil: 44 fishes (382839). 

Universidade Federal De Vicosa, Brasil: 15 plants (381850). 

Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: 25+ crustaceans (385054). 

Universitat Hamburg: Germany: 2 crustaceans (381766); Herbarium: 6 plants 
(381875). 

Universitat Wien, Austria: Institute fur Botanik: a plant (383968). 

Universitat Zurich: Institut fur Systematische Botanik, Switzerland: 16 
plants (382704, 384309). 

Utsunomiya University, Japan: 14 plants (380665). 

Victoria, University of, Canada: a crustacean (381773). 

Walcott Fund: (380291-See Also Roland W. Brown) 276 fossils (381135, 
382525, 385129). 

Washington State University: 345 plants (381908). 

Western Australian Museum, Australia: 8 echinoderms (385404). 

Western Ontario, University of, Canada: a plant (383893). 

West Florida, University of: 5 fishes (383733). 

Wildlife Research Laboratory: 4 crustaceans (373770). 

Wisconsin, University of: Herbarium: 5 plants and 3 photo copies of plants 
(382321, 382699, 383239, 383920, 384267). 

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute: 103+ worms (271291, 384471). 



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NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 
Donors to the Collection 

Anonymous donor. Photograph, gelatin silver print, of James Jones by Nancy 
Crampton (NPG. 88 . 118) . 

The Barra Foundation. Bronze bust portrait of S. Dillon Ripley by Walker 
Hancock (S/NPG. 89 . 24) . 

The Family of Philip Dix Becker. Watercolor on ivory miniature portrait of 
Chief Thundercloud by Eulabee Dix (NPG. 89. 66). 

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation. Oil on canvas portrait of George 
Berkeley by John Smibert (NPG. 89. 25). 

Mrs. Boris Chaliapin. Original artwork for TIME Magazine covers of Synman 
Rhee (1950) and Harry Truman (1951). 

Mrs. Boris Chaliapin and Irina Chaliapin Murphy. Oil on canvas portrait of 
George London (T/NPG. 89 . 67 . 95) ; oil on canvas portrait of Fritz Reiner 
by Boris Chaliapin (NPG. 89. 68); one drawing each of the following: 
Katherine Dunham (T/NPG. 89 . 75 . 00) , Marlene Dietrich (T/NPG. 89 . 74 . 00) , 
Jascha Heifetz (T/NPG. 89 . 76. 97) , Arturo Toscanini (NPG. 89. 78), and 
Dmitri Tiomkin (NPG. 89. 77) by Boris Chaliapin; one print of Boris 
Chaliapin, self-portrait (S/NPG. 89 . 73) ; pencil and gouache studies for 
TIME Magazine covers of Admiral Chester Nimitz (circa 1942) and Henry 
Ford (1946) by Boris Chaliapin. 

Mariana Cook. Photograph, gelatin silver print, of Lillian Hellman by Mariana 
Cook (T/NPG. 88. 210. 94). 

Beverly J. Cox. Halftone music sheet of Kate Smith, unidentified artist 
(S/NPG. 89.4) . 

Ralph Crump and Donna Harman. Painted plaster bust portrait of Clarence 

Darrow by Kathleen Wheeler (NPG. 89 . 1 12) ; plaster bust miniature portrait 
of Clarence Darrow by Kathleen Wheeler (NPG. 89. 1 1 1) ; painted plaster 
bust portrait of George Norris (NPG. 89 . 113) . 

T. Mellon Evans Foundation. Tempera and gouache on cardboard portrait of 

Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas by Sir Francis S. Rose (NPG. 88. 161) 
(partial gift) . 

Rosemary Frank. Studies for TIME Magazine covers of Edward Kennedy by Larry 
Rivers (1971); Paul McCartney by Peter Max (1976); "Hippies" by Group 
Image (1967); Jeanne Moreau by Kees Van Dongen (1965). 

Lydia Freeman. "Newstand", magazine, featuring lithograph of Al Hirschfeld by 
Don Freeman (T/NPG. 88. 213 . 00) . 

Ira Glackens. Bronze head portrait of Charles Fitzgerald by Jo Davidson 

(S/NPG. 89. 3) ; Oil on wood panel portrait of Rutherford B. Hayes by Lenna 
Glackens (S/NPG. 89.2) . 

Carolyn Reading Hammer. Tempera on panel self-portrait of Victor Hammer, "Man 
in Black Robe" (NPG. 89. 51); Silverpoint drawing of Victor Hammer, self- 
portrait (NPG. 89. 59); Mezzotint of Victor Hammer, self-portrait 
(NPG. 89. 60) . 

Dr. Fred W. Hicks III. Lithograph of Edward Everett, Currier & Ives 

(NPG. 89. 63); Lithograph of John Hughes, Currier & Ives (NPG. 89. 64). 

Richard Hinds. Oil on canvas portrait of Edward L. Bernays by Patricia Tate 
(NPG. 88. 212. 00). 

Judith and Steven Katten. Tempera painting of John Gilbert by Batiste 
Madalena (NPG. 89. 80). 

Patricia John Keightly and John Spaulding John. Oil on canvas portrait of 
Thomas Mann by Grace S. John (NPG. 88. 203) . 



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Benjie Goodman Lasseau and Rachel Goodman Edelson. Oil on canvas portrait of 

Benny Goodman by Rene Bouche (T/NPG. 89 . 1 . 26) . 
David Levine. Thirty-three ink drawings of American political figures by 

David Levine (S/NPG. 88. 124-156) . 
The Family of David E. Lilienthal. Photograph, gelatin silver print, of David 

E. Lilienthal by Arnold Newman (T/NPG. 88. 230. 91) . 
John Manship. Oil on canvas portrait of Paul Manship by John Manship 

(NPG.89.53) . 
Elizabeth Nicole McMartin. Unpublished portrait of Robert Kennedy for TIME 

Magazine (1965) by Robert Vickrey. 
Vincent and Sheila Downey Melzac. Bronze bust portrait of George Bush 

(NPG.89.85) 
G. Joseph Minetti and Tierney Minetti Grinavic. Oil on canvas portrait of 

Joseph McCarthy by Ila M. Junod (NPG.89.42). 
Mary Ryan Gallery. Lithographic crayon drawing of William Jennings Bryan by 

Hugo Gellert (NPG.89.62). 
Time Inc. One hundred and fifteen pieces of original artwork for TIME 

Magazine covers. 
Miriam Troop. Pencil drawing of Ellsworth Bunker by Miriam Troop 

(T/NPG. 88. 215. 94) ; six drawings of Joseph Hirshhorn by Miriam Troop 

(S/NPG. 89. 37. 1-6). 
William Varieka. Watercolor on paper portrait of Thomas Seir Cummings by 

Augustus Earle (NPG.89.65) (partial gift). 
Scott Vickrey. Unpublished portrait for TIME Magazine of Roger Maris (1961) 

by Robert Vickrey. 
Wendy Carolyn Vickrey and Paul Muenzinger. Unpublished portrait for TIME 

Magazine of John F. Kennedy (circa 1959) by Robert Vickrey. 
Donald Vogler. Lithograph of Peggy Bacon by Alexander Brook 

(T/NPG. 88. 214. 97). 
Virginia M. Zabriskie. Photograph, gelatin silver print, of Henry Miller by 

Man Ray (T/NPG. 88. 231 . 90) ; photograph, gelatin silver print, of Gloria 

Swanson by Cecil Beaton (T/NPG. 88 . 232. 93) . 



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OFFICE OF HORTICULTURE 

Donors to the Collection 

Carol, Augie, and Pat Daum. Twenty-four Christmas tree ornaments; 
beads. 

Betsy Kimball Dempsey. Eighty Christmas tree ornaments; carousel 
figurines. 

Barbara Todd Kennedy. Five watercolor paintings of orchids. 

Debbie Prots . One hundred Christmas tree ornaments; baskets. 

Ruth Reetz and Marilee McNeilus. Two hundred and fifty-five 
Christmas tree ornaments; sea shells. 

Bess Smith. Two hundred and twelve Christmas tree ornaments; 
Battenberg lace. 



OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 

Donors to the Collection 

Anibal Alvarado. Puerto Rican guiro made from a squash gourd. 
Blue Star Tipi. Sioux tipi made of buffalo hide and poles. 
Mrs. Donald Gregg, wife of Ambassador to Korea. Collection of 

old Burmese recordings. 
Emilia Mau'ia. Samoan fine mat made from lauhala (pandanus 

fronds) . 
Nydia Rios de Colon. Puerto Rican drinking bowl made from a 

squash gourd. 



SMITHSONIAN FURNISHINGS COLLECTION 
Donors to the Collection 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Raport. Pair of Renaissance Revival side chairs; 

Baltimore; 1883 (SI. 89. 35 & 36). 
Richard E. Stamm. Chandelier; cast iron; oil burning; Meriden Ct.; ca. 1871 

(89.37) . 
Miss Esther A. Manion. Four Rococo Revival side chairs; American; ca.1860 

(89.50 - 53). 



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Donors of In-Kind Support 



INTERNATIONAL CENTER 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

OFFICE OF QUINCENTENARY PROGRAMS 

University of Maryland at College Park, Department of Spanish and 
Portuguese. Printing, interpretation services for the 
symposium "Violence and Resistance in the Americas: The 
Legacy of Conquest," and an associated dinner and lecture 
held at the University of Maryland. 

INTERNATIONAL GALLERY - Caribbean Festival Arts Exhibition 

Air Jamaica. Fifty-eight complementary air tickets to artisans 

and scholars participating in ancillary programming and to 

prize winners in demographic survey. 
Angostura International Ltd., U.S. Division. Beverages for 

opening night reception and display materials for 

exhib it ion . 
Appleton Rum Company, Jamaica. Beverages for opening night 

reception and display materials for exhibition. 
BWIA International. Complementary air tickets to scholars 

participating in Dialogue series. 
Embassy of Jamaica. Facilitated access to government agencies and 

corporations who cooperated in exhibition. 
Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago. Lent costume collection for 

opening night gala. A representative served on the community 

planning committee for the opening. 
JAMPRO. Facilitated access to importers of Jamaican goods. 
W. A. Taylor & Co. Tia Maria for Dialogue receptions. 



NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK 
Donors of In-Kind Support 

The Earle Palmer Brown Companies. Creation, design, and pr oduction of 

marketing materials for the National Zoo's Centennial Society. 
Dr. Jeffry Life. Extensive aquarium filter equipment for aquatic exhibits. 
National Geographic Society. Assembled and installed TV cameras and recording 

equipment for giant panda pregnancy. Created a remote control system 

for operating 24-hour monitoring of the panda. 
SONY Corporation of America. Supplied on loan state-of-the-art TV monitoring 

and recording equipment for the panda pregnancy watch. Equipment was 

installed by the National Geographic Society. 
Williams Whittle Associates, Inc. Wrote, designed and produced public service 

advertisements for local magazines, newspapers and bus placards that 

celebrate the Zoo's Centennial. WWA also took charge of placing the 

ads. 



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COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM 
Donors of In-kind Support 

Air France. International air transportation expenses for "L'Art de Vivre : 

Decorative Arts and Design in France, 1789-1989" exhibition. 
Anheuser Busch, Inc., Underwriting of entertainment costs and forty cases of 

Michelob Dry beer for Junior Committtee benefit. 
The Giorgio Armani Corporation. 200 samples of Armani Perfume for Junior 

Committee benefit. 
British Airways. International air freight expenses for "Courts and Colonies: 

The William and Mary Style in Holland, England and America." 
The Cascade Mountain Vineyards. Eight cases of white wine for Junior 

Committee benefit. 
Andre Chenoue & Fils. Partial underwriting of insurance costs for "L'Art de 

Vivre" exhibition. 
Foreign Office of the German Federal Republic. Contribution to insurance costs 

for the exhibition "Erich Mendelsohn: Architectural Drawings." 
Frost Lighting Company. Special lighting designs for Junior Committee benefit. 
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. International air freight services for the exhibition 

"The Modern Dutch Poster: The First 50 Years, 1890-1940." 
Kron Chocolatier. 500 samples of chocolate candy for Junior Committee benefit. 
Lufthansa German Airlines. International air freight expenses for the exhibition 

"Erich Mendelsohn: Architectural Drawings." 
Maidstone Importers. Two cases of Kahlua for Junior Committee benefit. 
Dick Mendelsohn. 500 bottles of Saratoga mineral water for event. 
Nell's. Use of club facilities for Junior Committee event. 
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Ten cases of mixers for special events. 
Piper Heidsieck Champagnes. Five cases of champagne for opening of "Courts 

and Colonies" exhibition. 
Remy Martin, USA. Five cases of champagne for opening of "Courts and Colonies" 

exhibition. 
The House of Seagram. One case of Chivas Regal for Junior Committee benefit. 
Smithsonian Magazine. 500 magazines and 500 posters for Junior Committee 

benefit favors. 
Sotheby's. 500 shopping bags for Junior Committee benefit. 
The Upper Crust. Partial cost of catering services for Junior Committee benefit. 



NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART 
Donors of In-Kind Support 



Standard Clay Mines. 350 pounds of grey claystone used in family workshops 
held in conjunction with "The Art of Paul Manship." 

Tiffany & Co. Engraving, printing and mailing of invitations for the 
preview reception for "Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany." 

Vanity Fair Magazine. "Perpetual Motif: The Art of Man Ray" preview 
reception and dinner. 



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OFFICE OF FOLKLIFE PROGRAMS 
Donors of In-Kind Support 

A.O. Smith/Thomas Sommerville Company. Four 50-gallon hot water 

heaters for festival foodways demonstrations. 
Alfredo Siani. Ten herb plants for Caribbean program. 
Allied Plywood. One hundred sheets of plywood and hardboard for 

festival site construction. 
Atebara Potato Chips Company, Inc. Sixteen pounds taro chips for 

festival hospitality. 
B. F. Trappey's and Sons, Inc. Seven cases pickled products and 

hot sauce for French and French American festival 

participants. 
Bacardi Import. Two cases white rum for Caribbean festival 

program. 
Barrons Lumber. Lumber for festival site construction. 
Bong Brothers Coffee Company. Ten pounds Kona coffee for Hawai • i 

festival participants. 
Botanical Gardens. Plants and herbs for festival programs. 
Boudin King. Boudin sausage for festival participants and staff. 
Cafe Bustelo. Two cases coffee for Caribbean participants. 
Campbell Sales Co. One case pork and beans for Hawai 'i program 

general store. 
Captain Cook Coffee Company. Two pounds Kona coffee for Hawai ■ i 

program participants. 
Carnation Company. Four cases evaporated milk for Hawai' i 

program general store. 
Crop Genetics International. Twelve planters with sugarcane for 

Hawai' i festival program. 
Devlin Lumber. Lumber for festival site construction. 
Dial Corporation. Five cases Vienna sausages for Hawai *i program 

general store. 
Easterwood Rice Sales Corporation. Fifty pounds rice for 

Caribbean program foodways demonstrations. 
Florida State Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry and 

Consumer Services. Twenty-five coconut palms and palm 

fronds for Caribbean program. 
Florida Sugar Cane League. Twelve cases cut sugar cane for 

Caribbean program. 
Frito Lay of Hawai 'i, Inc. Five cases Maui Chips for festival 

hospitality. 
Fruit and Spice Park. Cassava and malonga plants for Caribbean 

program. 
Fugya, Ltd. Two cases rice crackers for Hawai 'i program general 

store. 
G-Street Fabrics. Two bags of remnants for Caribbean festival 

program site. 
George A. Hormel. Two cases of Spam for Hawai ' i program general 

store. 
Gould's Pumps. Two water pumps for Hawai 'i program taro loi ' . 
Granny Goose Foods, Inc. Nine cases taro chips for Hawai 'i 

program participants. 
Hawai 'i Department of Agriculture, Marketing Division. Fresh 

tropical flowers for Hawai' i site and lei . 
Hawai 'i Pork Industry Association. Four pigs for Hawai 'i 

program. 
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Hawaiian Service, Inc. Two hundred fifty postcards for Hawai'i 

program general store. 
Imperial Products. Four hundred thirty pounds of charcoal for 

Caribbean program foodways demonstrations. 
J. Martinez and Company. Twenty pounds Kona coffee for Caribbean 

program participants. 
Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Inc. Four oak barrels for Hawai'i 

program general store and French program planters. 
Kona Kai Farms. Twenty-five pounds Kona coffee beans for Hawai'i 

program participants. 
Konriko. Fifty pounds rice for Caribbean program foodways 

demonstrations. 
Kuai Kookies. Two cases macadamia nut cookies for Hawai'i 

program participants. 
Lanai Company. Two cases pineapples for Hawai'i program. 
Maryland Pork Producers. Four pigs for Hawai'i program. 
Maui Chips. Fifty-eight cases Maui chips for festival 

hospitality. 
Papaya Administrative Committee. One hundred papayas for Hawai'i 

program. 
Pier I Imports. Three hundred white paper lanterns for O'bon 

tower in Hawai'i program. 
Puukapu Farms. Two hundred jars of jam for Hawai'i program. 
Rudi's Foods, Inc. Pastries for festival crew. 
Sioux Trading Post Inc. Five braids of sweetgrass for American 

Indian program. 
Southern Tropicals. Tropical plants and shipping for festival 

site. 
Steel and Wire Company. Four hundred pounds drywall screws for 

festival site construction. 
Sugar Association. Four hundred pounds of sugar for Caribbean 

program foodways demonstrations. 
Tandy Leather Company. Cowhide for American Indian program. 
Vie de France Baking Corporation. Bread for festival 

participants. 
William B. Riley Coffee Company. Seventy-five pounds Luzianne 

coffee for festival hospitality. 
Yick Lung Company, Inc. Crack seed, assorted flavored chips and 

display rack for Hawai'i program general store and 

hospitality. 

OFFICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Carillon Importers Ltd. Beverages for two events during tenth international 
symposium. 

Monsieur Bernard de Nonancourt , chairman, Domaine Laurent Ferrier. Champagne 
for tenth international symposium reception. 

TOTAL Compagnie Francaise de Pe'troles. Two first-class plane tickets, Paris 
to United States, for tenth international symposium. 

TWA. Six first-class plane tickets, Paris to United States, for tenth inter- 
national symposium. 



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Appendix 8 

Contributing Members of the Smithsonian Institution in Fiscal Year 1989 

SMITHSONIAN CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS 

The Contributing Members of the Smithsonian National Associates support the Institu- 
tion through generous annual contributions. Such participation, in conjunction with 
special gifts from the members, enables the Institution to pursue specific projects and 
broader research, acquisition, preservation, and education efforts that might otherwise 
not be possible. 

The Smithsonian Institution gratefully acknowledges the loyal and thoughtful support 
of the Contributing Membership. Sponsoring Members ($300) and Sustaining Members 
($600) are listed separately. 



SUSTAINING MEMBERS 

Dr. J. Scott Abercrombie, Jr. 

Hon. and Mrs. David C. Acheson 

Mr. Davey L. Adams, Jr. 

Mr. T. L. Albertson 

Ms. Marcia Y. Almassy 

Mr. Arthur Andraitis 

Mr. G. J. Andrews 

Dr. and Mrs. Henry D. Angehno 

Mr. Keith W. Antcliff 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Antes 

Mr. Alfred C. Antoniewicz 

Ms. Barbara A. Aplanalp 

Hon. Anne L. Armstrong 

Mrs. John Paul Austin 

Mrs. Ray Awtrey 

Ms. Margaret F. Babbitt 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Balfour 

Mr. Fred C. Ballman 

Miss Mary J. Barbee 

Mr. George L. Barbour 

Mr. Michael Barczak 

Mr. Jack R. Barensfeld 

Mr. Jean L. Barker 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Barr 

Capt. Celia Barteau 

Mrs. W. P. Battell 

Mr. Jeffrey D. Bauman 

Dr. David R. Bayless 

Mr. William H. Beardsley 

Mr. Charles Beer 

Ms. Marguerite Bender 

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Benedict 

Mrs. Harriet F. Benson 

Mr. James H. Berkson 

Mr. John A. Bernard 

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Bernett 

Mr. Harry M. Bickford 

Dr. Charles E. Bickham, Jr. 



Mr. Anthony P Biemans 

Mr. William S. Birdseye 

Miss Eliza H. Bishop 

Mrs. Elsie F. Bixler 

Mrs. Hill Blackett 

Ms. Alexandra Blackhurst 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Black 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Blair 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Blumberg 

Hon. Lindy Boggs 

Hon. and Mrs. Edward P. Boland 

Ms. Jane A. Boorman 

Clifton W. Boots 

Antonio Bosch 

and Mrs. William G. Bowen 
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell T. Bowie 
Mr. George C.W. Bowles 
Constance T. Boyd 

and Mrs. Jay M. Boyd 

and Mrs. Robert C. Braden 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Brechler 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Breckenridge 

and Mrs. Karl K. Breit 

and Mrs. John F. Breyer. Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Clemens B. Bnbitzer 
Mrs. Arlene A. Brown 
Ms. Patricia L. Brown 

Steven Brummel 

and Mrs. Gerard E. Brundige 
Mr. William H. Buchanan 
Mr. Sheldon W. Buck 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Burgee 
Hon. Warren E. Burger 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bush 
Mr. R L Butler, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Carter 
Mr. John J. Cashmire 
Hon. Elford A Cederberg 



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Ms. Patricia Chamblin 

Mr. Harvey Chapin 

Mr. Harry R. Charles, Jr. 

Mrs. Harold W. Cheel 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett N. Ciccone 

Mrs. Charles S. Clark 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Coleman, Jr. 

Miss Vivian G. Conkhn 

Hon. and Mrs. Silvio 0. Conte 

Mr. Mark N. Cookingham 

Mr. Mark E. Cooper 

Mr. Dallas M. Coors 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Cornelius 

Mrs. Louis Corson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Coselli 

Mr. Curtis W. Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. Earle M. Craig, Jr. 

Ms. Joyce Creamer 

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Creede 

Mr. Eugene E. Crockett 

Dr. Robert D. Cunningham 

Mr. J. G. Cutler 

Capt. and Mrs. R. L. Daniels 

Mr. L. Randall Daspit 

Dr. T. G. Daughtndge 

Mrs. Evelyn Y. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Elwood Davis 

Mrs. Jerry R. Davis 

Mr. John E. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Dean 

Mr. Mel L. Decker 

Mr. James L. Deegan 

Ms. Martha J. Deem 

Ms. Lois M. Delaney 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Dellheim 

Mrs. Deborah J. Denefrio 

Ms. Danna Denning 

Mr. Geert M Deprest 

Mr. Marquise Desunan 

Mr. Hilton B. Dickerson 

Mr. Douglas Dillon 

Mrs. Charles G. Dodge 

Mr. N.L. Doligalski 

Mrs. David Donovan 

Mr. Karl Douma 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Drage 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Dressier 

Ms. Imogene S. Dnscoll 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drummeter, Jr. 

Ms. Joanne E. Dumene 

Dr. Lucia J. Dunham 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Stewart Dunn, Jr. 

Mr. Robert Edelmann 

Mr. Peter D. Ehrenhaft 



Miss Babs Eisman 

Mr. and Mrs. Bart M. Eisner 

Mr. F. H. Ellenberger 

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Elmore 

Col. Charles O. Eshelman 

Dr. and Mrs. John Esswein 

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Evans, Jr. 

CMDR and Mrs. Thomas E. Fahy 

Rev. Msgr M.F. Farma 

Mrs. Ernest R. Feidler 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Feinberg 

Col. J. J. Felmley 

Mr. Albert B. Ferguson 

Nicholas M. Ferriter 

Mr. James George Fidler 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Fisher, III 

Mr. Gordon J. Flesch 

Ms. Ellen L. Fogle 

LtCol. William J. Foody 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foster 

Thiry Foundation 

Mr. Benjamen Frank 

Mr. Cary J. Frieze 

Hon. J. William Fulbnght 

Capt. and Mrs. J. E. Galloway 

Mr. and Mrs. Talal H. Gama 

Mr. Frank L. Gambosh 

Hon. E. J. Gam 

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Mr. Thomas J. Galligan, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. R. Don Gambrell, Jr. 

Mr. Ray Gammon 

Mrs. Lillian T. Garber 

Mr. Clement E. Gardiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm O. Garfink 

Mrs. Joy Garney 

Mrs. Margaret H. Gauger 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gauthier 

Miss Olga M Gazda 

Mrs. Anita R. Geanakos 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Geisinger 



Mr. B. Geismar 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Geller 

Mr. Peter L. Geller 

Dr. Byron A. Genner, III 

Mr. Gerald T. Gentry 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Georges 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Gerding 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Gewirz 

RADM and Mrs. Ralph M. Ghormley 

Mr. A. Edward Giberti 

Dr. and Mrs. David M. Gibson 

Miss Laurie M. Gibson 

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln J. Gilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Gilbert 

Mr. Wallace E. Giles 

Mrs. Sara E. Gilhs 

Mrs. J. A. Gill 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Gilpatnc 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin D Ginsburg 

Mrs. D. J. Gladwin 

Mr. Ezra Glaser 

Dr. Gary H. Glaser 

Mr. Errol M. Glasser 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gleim 

Mrs. C. Leslie Glenn 

Mr. Franklyn B. Ghnn 

Mrs. Charles C. Glover 

Mr. and Mrs. John' B. Goenng 

Mr. Paul N. Gohdes 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Goldberg 

Mr. Leslie H. Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Goldberg 

Mr. John Golden 

Mr. B. Goldfarb 

Mr. and Mrs. Eh Goldstein 

Mr. Larry L. Goldstein 

Mr. Stuart N. Goodman 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Goodrich 

Mrs. Lois R. Gordon 

Dr. Kenneth P. Gorehck 

Ms. Linda J. Gorham 

Mr. Joel C. Gonck 

Mr. James C. Gorman 

Dr. Richard E. Gorozdos 

Mr. O. J. Gouin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Gouldsbury 

Mr. James Gove 

Ms. Kathryn R. Gover 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Graham 

Mr. S. Grandits 

Dr. M.L. Oster Granite 

Mr. Harold D. Grant, Jr. 

LTGEN. and Mrs. Ernest Graves 

Mrs. Mary Graves 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Graves 



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Mr. William F. Graves 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Grayson 

Mr. T. Greenawalt 

Mrs. Dorothy Green 

Mr. Donald Greene 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Green, II 

Dr. M. Jean Greenlaw 

Miss Joanne T. Greenspun 

Mr. Seymour D. Greenstone 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Greenwold 

Mrs. James T. Griffin 

Mr. Donald 0. Grimes, Jr. 

Mr. William A. Grimes 

Ms. Leslie A. Gross 

Mrs. Helen Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Groves 

Mrs. Donald Gruhn 

Ms. Marilyn L. Guerra 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Gumper 

Mrs. Helen W. Gunderson 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Gurfein 

Mr. David L. Guthrie 

Mr. Larry L. Haase 

Mr. Marc Haas 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Haayen 

Mr. Charles P. Haber 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Hagemeyer 

Miss Elizabeth P. Hagen 

Mr. Philip J. Hahn 

Mr. W. W. Halford. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hall 

Mrs. Eloise Halliburton 

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Halpern 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Halsted 

Mr. M Hamada 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Hamady 

Mr. Donald W. Hamer 

Mr. Patrick L. Hames 

Col. and Mrs. William T. Hamilton, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hamman 

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hammock 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hammond 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Hamner 

Mr. J. S. Handler 

Mr. Norman G. Hansen 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hansen 

Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hansl 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hanson 

Mr. Charles C. Hansult 

Mr. Edwin F. Harper 

Dr. Robert A. Harper 

Mrs. Lucy W. Harrell 

Mr. C. J. Harrington 

Dr. John M. Harris, III 



Mr. Christie Harris 

Dr. Garry Harris 

Mrs. E.T. Harrison 

Col. and Mrs. L. P. Hart 

Mr. Ernest B. Hartley 

Ms. Janet W. Hartley 

Mrs. Pauline Hart 

Mrs. W. M. Harwood 

Mr. James D. Hasbrouck 

Mr. William H. Hastings 

Ms. Catherine Hathaway 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hauslohner 

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Haveson 

Miss Virginia H. Havrilka 

Dr. Jeffrey W. Hawkins 

Mrs. Charles W. Hayes 

Mr. Kenneth C. Healy 

Miss Annabelle Heath 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Hecht 

Ms. Linda Heckman 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hefele 

Ms. Constance H. Hefferan 

Mr. A. L. Heinrich 

Mr. James W. Hellwege 

Ms. Deborah W. Hemenway 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Hendrick 

Mr. E.M. Hendnckson 

Mr. Willis M. Hengy 

Ms. Ellen A. Hennessy 

Miss Mildred Henninger 

Mr. Robert A. Hennings 

Mr. Karl F. Herd 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Herman 

Mr. Arnold L. Hespe 

Mr. C. A. Hess 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hester, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Hewett 

Ms. Mary Jane Heyl 

Mrs. Geraldine Hicks 

Mrs. Laura E.. Hicks 

Mr. Robert A Hicks 

Ms. Gloria Hidalgo 

Mr. William L. Higgins 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Hill 

Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hill 

Mr. Wendell T. Hill 

Mr. Frederick Himes 

Miss Barbara N. Hines 

Mr. Charles W Hinkle 

Mrs. J. H. Ward Hmkson 

Mr. Joseph U. Hmshaw 

Mr. Miles L Hinsley 

Mr. Karl V. Hirschmann 

Dr. S. R. Hobeood 



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Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mrs. 



Mr. 
Mr. 
Dr. 
Ms. 



Miss K. T. Hoffacker 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hoffman 

Ms. Margaret M. Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hogan 

BGEN E. P. Hoisington 

Mr. Duncan A. Holaday 

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Holden 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Sidney Holderness, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hollander 

Capt. F.N. Holley 

Mr. Milton C. Holloman 

John W. Holloway 

and Mrs. Franklin P. Holman 

Peter C Holmes 
Robert E. Holmgren 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Holsen 
Mrs. Richard W. Homer 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Honig 

and Mrs. Richard Hook 

and Mrs. James P. Hope 

and Mrs. Robert Hopkins 

Ann Hopping 
Mr. James N. Home 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Horn 
Mr. John K. Hoskinson 
Mrs. D. Howard 
Mr. Robert Howard 
Mrs. Phyllis Kern Howe 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hudgins, IV 
Miss Nancy E. Hudson 
Mrs. Hugo G. Huettig, Jr. 
Mrs. Rosemane J. Hughes 
Ms. Evelyn L. Huisentruit 
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Huhngs 
Mr. William R. Humphrey 
Mr. E. C. Humphries 
Mr. Frank Hunsicker 
Ms. Emma Gade Hutaff 
Ms. Barbara A. Hutchinson 
Capt. and Mrs. George Hutchinson 
Ms. Marjone P. Hutchinson 
Judge Daniel H. Huyett, III 
RADM and Mrs. Walter D. E. Innis 
Shaw Investment 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ireson 
Mr. John E. Irons 
Mr. George Irving 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Isan 
Miss Anne M. Jacks 
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Jackson 
Dr. Jay A. Jackson 
Mr. Marhn L. Jacobs 
Ms. Shirley Jacobs 
Dr. .John R. Jacoway 
Mr. John M. Jacquemin 



Mr. and Mrs. John Jaeschke 

Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ravid Jaffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Jaffe 

Ms. Charlene James 

Mr. Richard J. Jarzabek 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Rukin Jelks, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Jennings 

Mr. and Mrs. Stifel W. Jens 

Mr. J. J. Jeresek 

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jernigan 

Mr. Ludwig Jesselson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Johns 

Col. Alfred H. Johnson 

Mr. Harald R. Johnson 

Mr. Ray A. Johnson 

Mr. Woodrow C. Johnson 

Mr. Alfred Jones 

Mr. Brian L. Jones 

Mr. Buell B. Jones 

Mr. Donald E. Jones 

Mr. James T. Jones 

Mr. James E. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jones, Jr. 

Mr. Robert T. Jones 

Mr. Thomas O. Jones 

Mr. William J. Jones 

Mr. Robert E Jordan 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 

Mrs. Jean Joyner 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Judson 

Mr. Forrest L. Junod 

Mrs. Rosemary Bonar Kabel 

Ms. Melanie L. Kacho 

Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn 

Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Kaim 

Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Kalenborn 

Mr. John D. H. Kane 

Ms. C. Parnsh Kangiester 

Mr. Steven Kaplan 

Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Kaplin 

Mr. Emanuel Karadimos 

Mr. Robert H. Karatz.sr. 

Mrs. R. H. Karns 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Kaslow 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz 

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon T. Katz 

Mrs. James P. Keane 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W Keech 

Ms. Sheila A. Keefe 

Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Keener 

Mrs. Jane Simmons Keen 

Mr. Robert Keller 

Mr. Richard I. Kellogg 

Mrs. J. E. Kemper 

Mr. and Mrs. George P. Kendall. Jr. 



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Mr. and Mrs. David T. Kenney 

Mrs. Anna Mane Kent 

Mr. B. R. Kent 

Col.' Tiiu Kera 

Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Kettel 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Keyes, Jr. 

Dr. H. Norman Key 

Mr. W. Ben Kibler 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kicak 

Mr. Walter H. Kidd 

Ms. Marjone B. Kiewit 

Dr. T.L. Kilgore. Jr. 

Mrs. J. Killen 

Mrs. Jeannette Kimmel 

Mr. Edward J. King 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Kirby 

Mr. Harry L. Kirkman 

Mr. K. M. Kirkpatnck 

Ms. Susan L. Klaus 

Mr. Kenneth W. Klein 

Ms. Rebecca Klemm 

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Kline 

Mr. L.S. Klotz 

Mr. Robert Knapper 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Knecht 

Mrs. J. K. Knee 

Mr. M. G. Knerr 

Mrs. William Knight, Jr. 

Ms. Teresa Knoester 

Mrs. James H. Knowles 

Ms. Janet V Koch 

Eastman Kodak 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R Kojm 

Col. George C. Konolige 

Mr. Herbert J. Kopff 

Mr. A. George Koplow 

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Korengold 

Dr. and Mrs. Ross Kory 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kosciuszko 

Mrs. Anna Kovasznay 

Mr. G. D. Kovener 

Mr. Charles R Kraus 

Ms. Sandra R. Krawchuk 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Krebs, Jr. 

Mr. Irving Kreisberg 

Ms. Gloria I. Kreisher 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kremens 

Mr. J. J. Knss 

Miss Karen E. Krueger 

Mrs. Leroy Krusi 

Mr. John E. Kuenzl 

Mr. Paul Kugel 

Mr. David E. Kuhl 

Dr. and Mrs. Max J. Kukler 

Mrs. William O. Kurtz, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Ladd 

Mrs. Patraicia K. Lafferty 

Dr. Robert M. Lambert 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Lammerding 

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Landau 

Mr. James H. Landers.jr 

Ms. Marilyn Brody Lane 

Mr. Gerald Langford 

Dr. Gilbert H. Lang 

Mr. Richard F. Langston 

Mr. Tom Lankenau 

Col. and Mrs. John V. Lanterman 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larocca 

Ms. Susan B. Larsen 

Mr. Ray Lash 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Laube 

Mrs. J. W. Laughlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Laun 

Mr. Denny Law 

Dr. and Mrs. Noel Lawson 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Layden 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leach 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Leach 

Mr. H. O. Leavitt 

Mr. Clinton W. Ledebur 

Miss Dorothy A. Lee 

Mrs. Florence J. Lee 

Mr. James A. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Jen P. Lee 

Mr. T. C. Lee 

Mr. Edwin F. Legard 

Ms. Ellen R. Leighton 

Ms. Jeanne Lemmer 

Mrs. Ethelynne H. Leonard 

Mr. H Leonard 

Mrs. Walter A. Leonard 

Mr. Daniel W. Leubecker 

Mr. Jan T. Leung 

Mr. Edgar L. Levenson 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Levin, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levitt 

Mrs. I. Herbert Levy 

Mr. and Mrs. Baugh Lewis 

Mr. Calvin G. Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Lewis 

Mr. Garry Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Lichtenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Liebesman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Liebhardt 

Mr. James R. Lightfoot 

Ms. S. Lmdelof 

Mr. Wilbur Loren Lindholm 

Miss Jane T. Lingo 

Mr. and Mrs. Duard C. Linn 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney C. Linton 



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Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lipsett 

Mr. Robert S. Lipsey 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. List 

Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Lively 

Mrs. James Lloyd 

Mr. C. Henry Lockwood, II 

Mrs. Ethel Loeb 

Dr. Arthur J. Loerzel 

Mrs. Kathenne V. Lofstrand 

Mr. Richard D. Lombard 

Mr. Walter H. Long, Jr. 

Mrs. Earl H. Look 

Col. and Mrs. Duarte A. Lopes 

Mr. Kenneth B. Lord 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman Lord 

Mr. Robert B. Love 

Mr. Bart W. Lovins 

Mrs. E. H. Lowther 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Lucas 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Ludeman 

Mr. Remy H. Ludwig 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Lund 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Lunday 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Lund 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luna 

Mr. and Mrs. La Rue R. Lutkins 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Luttrell 

Miss Louise Lutz 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Lybecker 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Lynch 

Mr. T. Lynch 

Mrs. William Lynch 

Mr. Myles V. Lynk 

Miss I. T. Lynn 

Ms. Catherine M. Maar 

Mrs. M. W. MacDermott 

Ms. Kathy MacDonald 

Mr. Neil R. MacDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Maclntyre 

Mr. James MacKinnon 

Mrs. J. A. MacNabb 

Ms. Ellen B. MacNeille 

Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Maddox 

Mr. Ralph K. Madway 

Dr. Edward Majchrowicz 

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Major, Jr. 

Ms. Susan Makara 

Mr. and Mrs. Dayton S. Mak 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Malkin 

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard M Malloy 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mannes 

Mrs. Robert Mannherz 

Mr. E. Manuel Manning 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mansius 

Mrs. A. Marcelle 



Mr. Eugene A. March 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Margus 

Ms. C. S. Markson 

Mr. Kenneth S. Marsh 

Mr. George H. Marston 

Mr. Robert C. Marston 

Mr. Alfred S. Martin 

Mrs. Mildred H. Martindale 

Dr. Diana Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. John Cephas Martin 

Mr. M. S. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Middleton A Martin 

Mr. Benjamin L. Marx, Jr. 

Miss Priscilla Mason 

Dr. Robert B. Matheny 

Mrs. Elbert G. Mathews 

Dr. and Mrs. M. Mathews 

Ms. Melissa Mathison 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Matre 

Mr. Charles Matthews 

Mr. Robert Mattox 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Z. Maudlin 

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Maxey 

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Maxwell 

Miss Julia A. Maxwell 

Mrs. R. B. Mayer 

Mr. George D. Maynard, Jr. 

MGEN and Mrs. George Mayo, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mayo 

Dr. John E. Mazuzan, Jr. 

Mr. James I. McAuliff 

Mrs. Violet McCandhsh 

Dr. Jeane McCarthy 

Mr. James D. McClary 

Mr. Bruce McClmtock 

Dr. David C. McClure 

Mrs. Anne B. McCourt 

Dr. Catherine F. McCoy 

Mr. Emmett F. McCoy 

Mr. John 0. McCracken 

Mr. Coy F. McDamel, Jr. 

Mr. Dale E. McDamel 

J. McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. McDonnell 

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

Mr. Samuel W. McGarvey 

Dr. and Mrs. Morns G. McGee 

Ms. Nancy J. McGinness 

Mr. J. M. McGinnis 

Mr. William P. McGloin 

Mr. Richard McHale 

Mr. John Mcintosh 

Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MclntyTe 

Mr. W. J. McKeel 



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Dr. J. W. McKibben 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. McKinney 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. McLaren 

Mr. Paul B. McMahon, Jr. 

Mrs. S. McMullen 

Mr. W. Hugh McNaughton 

Mr. W. C. McNeal 

Mrs. W. J. McNeil 

Mr. M. McNulty 

Mr. R. V. McPherron 

Mrs. Ruth R. McRae 

Ms. Ann H. McShane 

Miss C. McWilhams 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mead 

Mr. James C. Meade 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mears 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur T. Measley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Meehan 

Mr. Frank Meek, Jr. 

Mrs. Roberta V. Meek 

Donald F Mela 

Mr. David L. Melvin 

Mrs. Valere P. Menefee 

Mr. Louis W. Menk 

Mr. Leon A. Mensing 

Mr. Bruce J Menzies 

Mrs. William H. Meroney 

Mr. John J. Meyer. Ill 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Meyers 

Ms. Mildred Middlekauff 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Middleton 

CMDR and Mrs. R. J. Miles 

Ms. Grace Milgram 

Mr. Lewis N. Miller, Jr. 

Mr. Carroll L. Miller 

Mr. Charles H. Miller 

Mr. Harvey L. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Allen Miller 

Ms. Margaret A. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Miller 

Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Mishkind 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Mitchell 

Col. and Mrs. Robert O. Mitchell 

Mr. Walter W. Mitchell 

Mr. William H. Moesel 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Molinaro 

Mr. R. W. Mompier 

Mrs. Sarah D. Monk 

Mr. M.R. Monroy 

Dr. Carmen G. Montaner 

Mr. Wilson M. Montero 



Mr. and Mrs. H. Albert Montgomery 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Montgomery 
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Montgomery 
Mrs. E. Moore 
Mr. Frederick A. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morava 
Ms. Joyce Morgan 
Mr. Shane Monanty 
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Morley 
Mrs. Blanche M. Morns 
Ms. Firth Morns 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Morns 
Mr. J. C. Morris 
Mr. J. C. Morns, Jr. 
Ms. Rosanna Morris 
Mr. Arthur R. Morse, Jr. 
Mr. Erik N. Mortensen 
Dr. P. Steven Mote 
RADM and Mr. Douglas F. Mow 
Mr. Douglas Muder 
Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. Mueller 
Ms. Sarah Mullady 
Mrs. Gail W. Munder 
Mr. Burnaby Munson 
Dr. and Mrs. John C. Munson 
Mr. Don Murdock 
Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy- 
Ms. Sheila A. Murphy 
Dr. Josephine L. Murray 
Mr. Gary A. Murrell 
Mr. E. H. Muschhtz 
Mr. Raymond R. Myslivy 
Mr. Raymond A. Naimoli 
Mr. George Nassauer 
Mr. David N. Neal 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Neary 
Mr. Robert H. Neff 
Ms. Catenna K. Nelson 
Mr. George E. Nelson 
Mr. Andrew K. Ness 
Mr. Conley W. Ness 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Neuenschwander 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Neukomm 
Mr. John H. Newell 
LtCol. Arthur Newton 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nicholl 
Ms. Patricia I. Nichols 
Dr. Orville F. Nielsen 
Dr. and Mrs. Earl W. Niles 
Mr. Paul H. Nitze 
Mr. and Mrs. William Nitze 
Mr. David G. Noonan 
Mr. W. R. Norfolk 
Mr. C. Norman 



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Mrs. Nanna M. Norrington 

Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Norns, Jr. 

Mr. John W. Norns, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. North 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. North 

Mrs. John Norton 

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Notley 

Mr. Milton G. Nottingham, Jr. 

Mr. Walter J Novak 

Mrs. Dorothy Nubel 

Mr. Martin Nyberg 

Col. William F. O'Meara 

Mr. and Mrs. Denis T. O'Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. O'Connor 

Mr. Robert K. Oaks 

Ms. Eileen Obnen 

Ms. Mary Teresa Odeneal 

Mr. Robert S. Oelman 

Mr. Gerald Offerdahl 

Dr. S.W.J. Ogush 

Mr. W. G. Ohde 

Mr. John A. O'Brien 

Mr. Sam R. Olsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted B. Olson 

Mr. Richard Omohundro 

Mr. P. Opdahl 

Mr. Peter Oppmann 

Mr. J. E. Oreilly, Jr. 

Mr. R. F. Osbahr 

Mr. James C. Overholt 

Ms. Bethea Owen 

Mr. Joseph H. Owen , 

Mr. Joseph H. Owens 

Mr. J. C. Pace 

Mr. Donald K. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Palmer 

Dr. John R. Pancella 

P. Panchal 

Dr. and Mrs. Christos Papatheodordu 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Parker 

Mr. James W. Parks 

Mrs. Grace M. Parr 

Miss Muriel H. Parry 

Mrs. George E. Parsons, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Parsons 

Ms. Mabel Parsons 

Ms. Patricia H. Partnow 

Mr. R. F. Paschall, Jr. 

Mr. George Paterson, Jr. 

Mr. Geoffrey L Patton 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Patton, Jr. 

Mr. James H Paul 

Miss Ruth Uppercu Paul 

Mr. B. R. Paulsen 

Mr. C. L. Pecchenino 



Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Peck 

Mr. Robert Peck 

Mr. Louis Peller 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Pelhssier 

Mrs. Paul J. Peltier 

Mr. Edmund Pendleton 

Mrs. Thorn Pendleton 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Penick 

Mr. Clarence Pennington 

Ms. Anastasia Perez 

Mrs. Thomas Perkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Perkins 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Alan Perlberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Perlberg 

Mr. John Perruzzi 

Ms. Dorothy F. Perry 

Mr. Gene Perry 

Mr. James P. Perry 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Perry 

Ms. Sandra J. Perry 

Mr. Dalton E. Peterson 

Ms. Samantha A. Peterson 

Mr. Cliff Pfaff 

Mr. Robert F. Pfafman 

Mr. A. Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Olcott Phillips 

Mr. Patrick Kent Pierce 

Ms. Ellen Pilsecker 

Mrs. Karen Pingitore 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Piper 

Mr. John B. Pitchford 

LtCol. Charles D. Pitts 

Ms. Elmor Phmack 

Ms. Diane J. Plotts 

Mrs. Irene Plummer 

Mr. and Mrs. Welch Pogue 

Mrs. Donald T. Pomeroy 

Mr. Robert D. Pomeroy 

Mr. Leroy Poole 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas M. Poplawsky 

Ms. Janice Popp 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight J. Porter 

Mr. Ralph Porter 

Dr. Reno R. Porter 

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Porto 

Ms. Mildred Potocki 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Potter 

Mrs. George Poulson 

Miss Amy H. Pound 

Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Pounds 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Powell 

Mrs. Oscar M. Powell 

Mr. Robert E. Pownall 

Mr. Richard L. Prager 

Mrs. Charles P. Price 



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Dr. and Mrs. Jerold Principato 
Ms. Gloria Prochaska 
Mrs. Helen T. Purcell 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Purcell 
Mr. W. M. Quackenbush 
Mrs. L King Quan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Quinn 
Mr. John A. Radway, Jr. 
Mr. David A. Ransom 
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Raphael 
Miss Ann Rasche 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Rassa 
Mr. Philip Ratchffe 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C Ravenal 
Ms. Beverly A. Rawles 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rawn 
Mr. Russell D. Raymond 
Mr. W. Ray- 
Ms. Patricia Reardon 
Mr. F.R. Rebsamen 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Redford 
Mr. Atlee J. Reeb 
Mr. Rollin M. Reeder 
Mrs. John H. Rees 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves 
Mrs. Joan Reilly 
Dr. Michael J. Reilly 
Mr. Lawrence' F. Reinalter 
Mrs. Edwin F. Rensler 
Mr. H. A. Rentschler 
Dr. and Mrs. F. Turner Reuter 
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynierse 
Mr. Frank C. Reynolds, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Reynolds 
Dr. Terry N. Reynolds 
Mr. Roy C. Rhinehart, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rhoads 
Mr. R. L. Rhodes. Jr. 
Miss Kathleen Ribaudo 
Mr. Arthur H. Rice 
Mr. Allen Richards 
Mr. E. Jerome Richards 
Mr. Arthur L. Rich 
Ms. Melissa J. Richens 
Mr. G.R. Rich 
Miss B. A. Richmond 
Mr. Charles Rick 
Mr. Edward H. Riddle 
Mr. Richard D. Rife 
Mr. John R. Rimmer 
Dr. J. Jerome Rinaldi 
Miss Marilyn Rising 
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Rittenhouse 
Mrs.. Frances H. Ritter 
Mr. Robert E. Ritter 



Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Ritter 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rixse, Jr. 

Mr. Stephen C. Robbins 

Mr. W. R. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers M. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Robertson 

Ms. Ruth Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. F L Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson 

Mrs. Richard Rodgers 

Mr. Dietrich Roesler 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Rogers 

Mrs. Vera E. Rogers 

Ms. Mimi Rolland 

Judge and Mrs. Herbert L. Rollins 

Mr. Glen D. Ronca 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Root 

Mrs. M. Elaine Roschman 

Mr. Charles H. Rose 

Mr. Irving Rose 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rose 

Mr. Douglas Rosenbaum 

Mrs. Nathan Rosenfeld 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenthal 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Rose 

Mr. J. W. Roskos 

Dr. S. Rossello 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Rosser 

Mr. James B. Ross 

Mr. John J. Ross 

Ms. Janice K. Rothlauf 

Ms. Liebe Mary Roth 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Rott 

Ms. Marya Rowan 

Mr. and Mrs. Josiah P. Rowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Rowland 

Mr. Charles Rozier 

Mr. B. Cecil Rubin 

Dr. Philip Rubovits-Seitz 

Mrs. Pat Rucker 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Rugani 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Rule 

Mr. J. W. Runyon, Jr. 

Mr. Jasper L. Russell 

Dr. Edward C. Ruth 

Mr. anc Mrs. John M. Ryan 

Dr. Stephen K. Rymer 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Sabino 

Dr. and Mrs. Abner Sachs 

Mr. Alan B. Sadwin 

Dr. H. Pagan Saez 

Mr. Richard H Salz 

Dr. Arthur Sandstrom 

Mr. A. Herbert Sandwen 



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Mr. Nilo M. Santiago 

Mrs. Stanley J. Sarnoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Satran 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Satterwtute 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sawick 

Mrs. Lillian M. Saxe 

Alice E Sayre 

Mr. Francis B. Sayre 

Mr. Albert Sbar 

Mr. James P. Scannell 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Schaeffer 

Mr. William F. Schaper 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schemman 

Mrs. Robert S. Scheu 

Mrs. Henry S. Schieferstein 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Vincent Schlegel 

Miss Matilda P. Schlicht 

Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Schmal 

Mr. Richard L Schmidt 

Miss Marguerite V. Schneeberger 

Dr. and Mrs. Hans H. Schneider 

Mr. and Mrs. Ian R. Schneider 

Ms. Margaret M. Schneider 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schneider 

Dr. William H. Schneider 

Dr. Sid Schnoll 

Mr. Anthony A. Schoendorf 

Mr. James E. Scholl 

Ms. Alice Schonberg 

Mr. R.S. Schreiber 

Mr. D. L. Schroeder 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Schroeder 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Schubert 

Mr. John C. Schuldt 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Schulman 

Mr. Robert Schwaner 

Dr. Edward H. Schwarz 

Mrs. Charles M. Scott 

Ms. M. B. Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Scott 

Mr. Bernard L. Scnven 

Mr. H.D. Sears, Jr. 

Dr. Mary E. Sears 

Mrs. Gerald H. Seifert 

Mr. William M. Senkus 

Mr. Harry Sevenn 

Mrs. Polly Shackleton 

Mr. Scott Shadle 

Ms. Elaine G. Shafrin 

Mr. Kevin E. Shanahan 

Mr. Roy J Shanker 

Ms. Karen S. and G. Shapell 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Shatz 

Dr. Daniel L. Shaw, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheffield 



Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shepard 

Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Shepard 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Sheppard 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sher 

Miss Katherme Shilling 

Mr. Rufus Shivers 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Shnider 

Mrs. Ross K. Shoolroy 

Mrs. S.C. Shortlidge, Jr. 

Mr. Robert H. Short 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoup 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shrager 

Dr. Stefan Shrier 

Mr. Roy Shrobe 

Mr. Harley F. Shuford, Jr. 

LTGEN. and M. Philip D. Shutler, USMC 

Mr. W. Leonard Sibley 

Ms. Martha F. Siccardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silberman 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Siler, Jr. 

Mr. Russell L. Sill 

Mr. Richard Sills 

Dr. A. E. Silver 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Silvers 

Col. and Mrs. Robert L. Simmons 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Simonds 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Simon 

Mr. Raymond Simon 

Miss Alice H. Simpson 

Mr. J.T. Simpson 

Ms. Gladys M. Singer 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Singer 

Mr. Richard Singer 

Dr. and Mrs. James D. Singletary 

Dr. and Mrs. Lionel J. Skidmore 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skold 

Mrs. Eileen S. Slack 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slezak 

Mr. Richard C. Sloan 

Mrs. Walter W. Slocum 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sloss 

Ms. Jennifer Small 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Smith Jr. 

Mr. Benjamin K. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith 

Mr. Dean B. Smith 

Mr. Edward M. Smith 

Ms. Ella E. Smith 

Ms. Luella A. Smith 

Mr. Raymond S. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Stevan B. Smith 



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Mr. Thomas F. Smith 

Mr. W. Tilford Smith, Jr. 

Mrs. Witham Smith 

Mr. Howard F. Smothers 

Dr. George E. Snider, Jr. 

Miss Ginny Smegon 

Mr. John B. Snyder 

Mr. W. P. Snyder, III 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Solat 

Mr. David Solo 

Mr. William H. Somerville 

Hon. and Mrs. Soren C. Sommerfelt 

Ms. Lynn A. Soukup 

Mrs. Sylvia Spar 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Spear 

Mr. Mark Speizer 

Mr. Harry H. Spence 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Sperling 

Mr. Fred Spinder 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sponseller 

Mr. L. Spozais 

Mrs. V. Spratley 

Mr. Omer F. Spurlock 

Mrs. H. V. Staelens 

Ms. Virginia Stainton 

Mrs. Donna W. Stanford 

Mr. Ellwood C. Stang 

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Mr. Donn A. Starry 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stayer 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Stebbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudrey Sieel 

Mr. Simon Steely 

Mr. William R. Slehle 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Stenger 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Stephan 

Dr. Peter J. Stephens 

Mr. W. Clinton Sterling, III 

Ms. Abigail Sterling 

Mr. Bruce B. Sterling 

Mr. and Mrs. Carleton W. Sterling 

Mr. Douglas D. Sterling 

Mr. and Mrs. William Sternfeld 

B. J. Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Stevens 

Dr. Roland E. Stevens 

Ms. Suzanne E. Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Stichman 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Stickell 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Stillwell 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stinchfield 

Mr. Philip B. Stiness, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Stocking 

Mr. Robert A. Stone 



Mr. and Mrs. John Strachan 

Mr. Virgil R. Strader 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Strange 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Tudor Strang 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Stratton 

Dr. Warren J. Strudwick 

Mr. David G. Stuart 

Mrs. Hosmer B. Stuck 

Mr. William T. Stumb 

Mr. John A. Sturm 

Mr. Arthur Stutzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Suddaby 

Mrs. Sally A. Sullivan 

Mr. Vincent M. Sullivan 

Mr. Paul L. Sulsky 

Mr. John Sutch 

Dr. Wilson A. Swanker 

Mrs. J. R. Swank 

Dr. Russell Swanson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Sweeney 

Ms. Mary R. Swicegood 

Mr. Albert L. Symonds 

Mr. Albert Szvetics 

Mr. and Mrs. Leland E. Talbott 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Tambasco 

Mr. Darrell G. Tangman 

Dr. T. Miriam Tani 

Ms. Nancy Tarsitano 

Mr. John B. Tavano 

Mrs. Delle Ernst Taylor 

Mr. John Taylor 

Ms. Robyn D. Taylor 

Mr. W. H. Taylor 

Mr. Roy Teramoto 

Mr. Joseph M. Tessmer 

Mr. Norman R. Thai, Jr. 

Mr. Harper Thayer 

Mr. Alan Thebert 

Mr. Frank A. Therrell 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Thiele 

Mrs. A. P. Thomas 

Mr. Barry Dan Thomas 

Mr. Edmund Thomas 

Dr. F. Joseph Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Holcombe H. Thomas 

Mr. J. T. Thomas 

Capt. and Mrs. Edgar K. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Thompson 

Ms. Mims Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Thompson 

Mr. W. Reid Thompson 

Mr. Charles A. H. Thomson 

Mrs. Margot K. Thomson 

Mrs. Veronica Thorp 



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Ms. Barbara L. Tierney 

Mrs. L. E. Tierney 

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tillman, III 

Miss Catherine Tinkham 

Mr. H. Titchell 

Ms. Rosalie Toko 

Mr. Toshio Tokunaga 

Mr. D. J. Tolan 

Mrs. Araks V. Tolegian 

Mr. Leroy M. Tolman 

Mr. J. Robert Tomhnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Townsend 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Gerald Toye 

Mr. Adrian G. Traas 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Trainor 

Mr. and Mrs. William Travis 

Mr. R F Trefielo 

Mr. Edmond R. Tremblay 

Mr. Jose E. Trias 

Mr. and Mrs. Billy G. Troy 

Mrs. Pat Tuccio 

Mrs. James N. Tulloh 

Mr. Robert L. Tull 

Ms. Eva F Tully 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm.J. Turbeville, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Tutwiler 

Ms. Evelyn Twigg-Smith 

Mr. Glenn A. Ulnch 

Mrs. George C. Underwood, II 

Dr. Paul L. Urban 

Mr. Donald Usher 

Mr. T. Uyesugi 

Mr. Walter L. Vail 

Mrs. C. W. Valencourt, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vallandingham 

Mr. Robert Vallier 

Mr. Egbert N. P. Van Es 

Dr. Paul Van Fossen 

Mr. Ray E. Vanalstine 

Mrs. F. B. Vandenburgh 

Mr. August Vandessel 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Vandusen 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Vanhaeften 

Ms. Caroline E. Vanmason 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Varela 

Mr. and Mrs. Armen Varterssian 

Mr. Samuel M. Vauclain, III 

Mrs. Franklin Veatch 

Ms. Natalie D. Venneman 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ventura 

Gen. John W. Vessey, Jr. 

Dr. John J. Vill 

Mr. Victor J. Villone 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Vinick 



Ms. Jacquelyn E. Vinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Voll 

Mrs. Valma A. Von Holt 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Vyskocil, Jr. 

Ms. Jill R. Wade 

Dr. Woodward Waesche 

Ms. M.G. Waggoner 

Mr. W. A. Waggoner 

Mr. David H. Wagner 

Mr. Paul F. Wagner 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter E. Wagner 

Mr. Bert Waldstein 

Mr. James F. Walkup 

Mr. Wayne D. Walling 

Mr. John 0. Wallor 

Dr. Alan B. Wambold 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wareheim 

Mr. and Mrs. Seth L. Warfield 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Grant Warner 

Mrs. George F. Warner 

Mr. John Warner 

Mr. Richard Warren 

Mrs. Saul Warshaw 

Ms. Ruth G. Wasley 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wasserman 

Dr. Barbara Waters 

Miss Eva Watkins 

Capt. Jack E. Watson 

Ms. Mildred V. Watts 

Mr. James E. Wayland 

Mr. H. Wayne Weagly 

Mr. Frances Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Weaver 

Mr. and Mrs. Glyn H. Webber 

Mrs. Arvid G. Wedin 

Mrs. William S. Weedon 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weinberg 

Mrs. Marjone Weinberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Weinmann 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Weinreich 

Mr. Edgar V. Weir 

Mr. Leonard W. Weis 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Weiss 

Mr. Douglas F. Welebir 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wellington, Jr. 

Mr. Charles E. Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Welsh 

Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Wentz 

Mr. Gerald L. Werner 

Mr. Stuart L. Werner 

Capt. J. H. Wesson USN, Ret. 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. West 

Miss Hilda Wexler 

Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Wheeler, III 



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Mrs. John P. White' 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. White 

Mr. James H. Wiborg 

Mrs. Mary S. Wicker 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Wikler 

Dr. and Mrs. U. V. Wilcox, II 

Mrs. Vivian Wildman 

Mr. Mark H. Wiley 

Mrs. Gladys E. Willard 

Mr. Karl H. Willen 

Mr. Andrew W. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. H. Williams. Jr 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams 

MGEN. and Mrs. Ellis W. Williamson 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Willis 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper Willits 

Ms. Louise W. Willson 

Capt. Lucille A. Wilson 

Mr. Daniel P. Wilson 

Mr. Edward Wilson 

Mr. F A Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Wilsou 

Mr. Hugh H. Wilson 

Ms. Janice L. Wilson 

Mr. Lowell Wilson 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Jr. 

Mrs. Regina Wilson 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. Wingate 

Mr. R. T. Winn 

Mr. and Mrs. David Wintermann 

Ms. Joan Wing 

Mr. James D. Wirt 

Mr. Neal H. Wirt 

Mr. Robert Wissoker 

Mr. Phelps Witter, jr 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wittie 

Mr. and Mrs. Leland A. Wolf 

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wolf 

Mr. Gary L. Wollenzien 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Wong 

Mr. Baird Woodcock 

Mr. David L. Wood 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wood 

Mr. Marshall D. Woods 

Dr. Thomas P. Wood 

Mr. H. R. Wrage 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Wright 

Dr. Reverdy E. Wright 

Mr. Walter R. Wright 

Mrs. Susan T. Wyland 



Ms. Margaret J. Wyllie 

Mrs. Charlotte S. Wyman 

Mr. and Mrs. Verhn Y. Yamamoto 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Yaney 

Mrs. Dolores R. Yanover 

Mr. Charles Yarbrough 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Yauch 

Mr. Ronald Yeakey 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Yost 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Young 

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Young 

Miss Jane B Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. James Youniss 

Dr. and Mrs. Berton Zbar 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Zeder 

Col. Frank J. Zeller 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Zeppa 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Zimmerman 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Zipf 

Mr. Louis I. Zorensky 

Mr. Michael Zumoff 



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