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Smithsonian Year 1991 
Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press Washington, D.C. 



Smithsonian Year 1991 
Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press Washington, D.C. 



Contents 



Chronology 5 

Appendix 1. Members of the Smithsonian Councils, 
Boards, and Commissions, September 30, 1991 
33 

Appendix 2. Visits to Smithsonian Institution 
Museums and Galleries in Fiscal Year 1991 45 

Appendix 3. Academic, Research Training, and 
Internship Appointments and Research 
Associates in Fiscal Year 1991 46" 

Appendix 4 Publications of the Smithsonian 
Institution Press in Fiscal Year 1991 88 

Appendix 5. Publications of the Staff of the 
Smithsonian Institution and Its Subsidiaries in 
Fiscal Year 1991 92 

Appendix 6. The Smithsonian Institution and Its 
Subsidiaries, September 30, 1991 120 

Appendix 7. Donors to the Smithsonian Institution 
in Fiscal Year 1991 144 

Appendix 8. Contributing Members of the 

Smithsonian Institution in Fiscal Year 1991 197 



Note: The arrangement of bureau and office listings within appendixes I, 3, 5, 6, and 7 is not alphabetical but rather follows as 

closely as possible the organization of the Smithsonian Institution as shown on the next page. 

The contents of this Supplement were produced from electronic files provided by the bureaus and 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 

Research 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research 
International Center 
National Zoological Park 
Office of Fellowships and Grants 
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center 
Smithsonian Institution Archives 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 

Museums 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums 

Anacostia Museum 

Archives of American Art 

Arthur M. Saclder Gallery and Freer Gallery of Art 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 

Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 

Institutional Studies Office 

National Air and Space Museum 

National Museum of African Art 

National Museum of American Art 



National Museum of American History 
National Museum of the American Indian 
National Museum of Natural History/National 

Museum of Man 
National Portrait Gallery 
Office of Exhibits Central 
Office of Horticulture 
Office of Museum Programs 
Office of the Registrar 
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service 

Public Service 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Service 

National Science Resources Center 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 

Office of Folklife Programs 

Office of Public Affairs 

Smithsonian Office of Wider Audience Development 

Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center 

External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 
National Demonstration Laboratory for Interactive 

Educational Technologies 
Office of Development 
Office of Government Relations 
Office of Special Events 
Office of Telecommunications 
Smithsonian Institution Press 
Smithsonian Magazine 
Air & Spactl Smithsonian Magazine 
Smithsonian National Associate Program 
Smithsonian Resident Associate Program 
"Smithsonian World" 
Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates 

Institutional Initiatives 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Institutional Initiatives 
National Museum of the American Indian National 
Campaign Office 

Finance and Administration 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Finance and 
Administration 

Affiliated Organizations 

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 

National Gallery of Art 

Reading Is Fundamental, Inc. 

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 



Chronology 



October 

■ Research A delegation from the National Museum of 
the American Indian and the Office of the Assistant Sec- 
retary for ExternaJ Affairs visited European museums 
with holdings of Native American collections. 

October 

■ Research In a landmark exchange of East- West time- 
keeping technology, Soviet-built atomic hydrogen 
maser clocks were brought to Cambridge, Massachu- 
setts, to be compared for stability against similar de- 
vices built at the Smithsonian Astrophysical 
Observatory for applications in space tracking, radio as- 
tronomy, and global navigation. 

October 



The following listing is a representative selection of 
Smithsonian events during fiscal year 1991. 



Fall 

■ Special Project The Inter-Institutional Task Force on 
Cultural Pluralism was established by the Smithsonian, 
the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 
the Library of Congress, and the National Gallery of Art 
to explore joint conferences, fellowships, teacher train- 
ing programs, and other initiatives. 

October 

■ Meeting The National Museum of the American In- 
dian held the first of II fiscal year 1991 consultations in 
Kahneeta, Warm Springs, Oregon. The consultations with 
Native Americans and others are designed to help the mu- 
seum and its architectural consultants plan for the 
museum's new facilities on the National Mall and in Suit- 
land, Maryland. 

October 

■ Collection Information The Mitre Corporation, under 
contract, began systems engineering for a new collection 
information system at the National Museum of Natural 
History. 



■ Publications Two brochures were published by the 
Office of Public Affairs — an updated version of "Re- 
sources at the Smithsonian for Native Americans" and a 
brochure on the Conservation Analytical Laboratory. 

October 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
opened its first public exhibition gallery with "Turning 
Over Old Leaves: A Sampler of Writings in the 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries," supported by the 
Smithsonian Special Exhibition Fund. 

October 

■ Publication The inaugural issue of the Newsletter on 
African American Archeology, the first of its kind, was 
published by the National Museum of Natural History. 

October 

■ International Project At the Museo Nacional David J. 
Guzman in San Salvador, Conservation Analytical Labora- 
tory objects conservator Harriet Beaubien set up a conser- 
vation laboratory for treatment of artifacts excavated at 
Ceren, El Salvador, and gave museum staff and volunteers 
notes on cleaning finds and use of adhesives for ceramics. 

October 



■ Publicity! Marketing The Smithsonian National Asso- 
ciate Program successfully tested telemarketing as a 



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Contributing Membership fund-raising vehicle. The me- 
dium continued to be profitable in three fiscal year 1991 
special fund-raising appeals. 

October 

■ Endowment The Smithsonian National Associate Pro- 
gram and the Office of Development confirmed the 
Institution's first James Smithson Society Endowed Life 
Members, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Gilbert of Alexan- 
dria, Virginia. 

October 

■ Publication Sharing Innovation: Global Perspectives on 
Food, Agriculture, and Rural Development, the proceedings 
of the third world food and agriculture colloquium or- 
ganized by the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, was 
published and distributed worldwide. 

October ippo-September ippi 

m Special Project The Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Public Service and the Office of Elementary and Sec- 
ondary Education participated in meetings with the 
Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering, 
and Technology Committee on Education and Human 
Resources, which was established to coordinate the ef- 
forts of 16 federal agencies to address President Bush's 
goals for improving math and science education by the 
year 2000. 

October ippo-September ippi 

■ Cultural Diversity The Smithsonian's various ethnic 
committees and its Women's Council received grants 
from the Smithsonian Educational Outreach Program to 
organize pan-Institutional ethnic and women's events 
for federally designated commemorations throughout 
the year. 

October 1-2/ 

■ Workshop The Smithsonian Institution Man and the 
Biosphere Biological Diversity Program conducted its 
second annual regional training workshop in Ecuador 
on biological diversity conservation and management of 
protected areas. The workshop involved more than 20 
participants and 15 national and international 
instructors. 



October 2 

m Visitor Three officials of The Netherlands — minister 
of welfare, health, and culture H. d'Ancona; director 
general for cultural affairs J. Reizenkamp; and third sec- 
retary of the royal embassy R. J. Sieben — visited the 
Conservation Analytical Laboratory. 

October $ 

■ Appointment Secretary Adams announced his appoint- 
ment of Carmen E. Turner, general manager of the 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, as 
under secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, effective 
mid-December. 

October 4 

■ Seminar The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies held 
the first in a series of staff seminars devoted to sharing 
information about Smithsonian research activities and 
identifying new ways to link research with exhibits and 
public programs. 

October $ 

■ Award The Office of Horticulture received two 
American Orchid Society awards. 

October 5 

■ Exhibition "Childe Hassam: An Island Garden 
Revisited" opened at the National Museum of American 
Art, showing landscapes by America's foremost im- 
pressionist painter. 

October y-6 

■ Conference "Environmental Reporting: A Conference 
for Southern California Journalists" was held in Los An- 
geles, cosponsored by the Los Angeles Times, Island Press, 
and the Smithsonian through the Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for External Affairs and the Office of Environ- 
mental Awareness. 

October 7 

■ Research The Smithsonian Tropical Research Insti- 
tute, in collaboration with staff from Harvard and 
Princeton universities, established the Center for Tropi- 
cal Forest Science to coordinate long-term research on 



the ecology and management of tropical forests at sites 
around the world. 

October-/ 

u Staff Richard Louie, associate director of the Freer 
Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Saclder Gallery, died 
as the result of head injuries sustained in an accident. 
Mr. Louie, who joined the staff of the Freer Gallery of 
Art as assistant director in 1978, had served as associate 
director of the Freer and Saclder galleries since 1989. 

October 10 

m Symposium With National Air and Space Museum 
conservator Edward McManus, Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory metallurgist Martha Goodway presented a 
symposium titled "Preserving America's Space Legacy 
for the Future" at the annual Materials Congress of 
ASM International. CAL research organic chemist Mary 
Baker spoke on her current research on the deterioration 
of the Gemini space suits. 

October 10 

■ Public Program "An Evening with Agnes de Mille" 
was held at the National Portrait Gallery. In this contin- 
uation of the gallery's living self-portrait series, Marc 
Pachter interviewed the distinguished pioneer of 20th- 
century choreography who is credited with changing 
the look of the American musical theater. 

October II 

m Cultural Diversity The Office of Interdisciplinary 
Studies launched a two-year bimonthly seminar series 
on the theme of cultural diversity, designed to exem- 
plify the nation's pluralism and discuss strategies to ex- 
pand the cultural diversity policy at the Smithsonian. 

October 11 

m Benefit A preview of "Images & Objects," Boston's 
first comprehensive art and design exposition, benefited 
the New England Regional Center of the Archives of 
American Art. 

October 16-February 24, ippi 

■ Exhibition Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of De- 
sign mounted "Mondo Matenalis," an exhibition of 



more than IOO diverse and innovative collage panels 
that explore both new and old materials. The panels 
were created by leading international architects and 
designers. 

October iy 

■ Colloquium The fourth colloquium held in conjunc- 
tion with the presentation of the World Food Prize at 
the Smithsonian, "Frontiers of Nutrition and Food 
Security," featured scientists from China, India, 
Botswana, Chile, and the Philippines. The collo- 
quium was organized by the Office of Institutional 
Studies. 

October 18 

■ Exhibition "John Baldessari," a retrospective honor- 
ing a West Coast artist who is considered a seminal 
figure in the use of mass-media imagery to challenge 
conventional attitudes about art and contemporary 
culture, opened at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculp- 
ture Garden in its first East Coast venue in a national 
tour organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, 
Los Angeles. 

October 18 

■ Benefit The National Museum of American Art 
hosted its first benefit dinner at the Equitable Center in 
New York City for 250 guests and museum patrons. 

October 18-ip 

■ Symposium "Application of Autoradiography to Re- 
search in Art History" brought together curators, art 
history professors, and conservators whose institutions 
have collections that they might wish to study using au- 
toradiography. The symposium was organized by Ingrid 
Alexander, research art historian with the Conservation 
Analytical Laboratory, and funded by the Office of Fel- 
lowships and Grants. 

October ip 

■ Premiere The Smithsonian Resident Associate Pro- 
gram cosponsored the gala benefit world premiere of 
Dances with Wolves with the National Museum of the 
American Indian. Kevin Costner and other members of 
the cast and production attended the premiere. 



October ip 



November 



m Endangered Species Endangered red wolves were 
brought to the National Zoological Park to breed as 
part of a reintroduction program. 

October 20 



■ Agreement The Smithsonian Early Enrichment Cen- 
ter and IBM agreed to develop jointly a multimedia 
computer software package with a museum-based cur- 
riculum, using the many resources of the Smithsonian 
and giving special emphasis to multicultural education. 



■ Premiere The Office of Quincentenary Programs, 
working with the Organization of American States, or- 
ganized the opening for the Americas Film Festival, 
screening Yo, La Peorde Todas at Baird Auditorium, Na- 
tional Museum of Natural History, and hosting a recep- 
tion in the museum's Great Hall. 

October 22-24 

■ Course A pilot course in a new subject area, "Mechan- 
ics of Materials and Structure of Cultural Objects," was 
organized and conducted at the Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory by Assistant Director for Conservation Re- 
search Marion Mecklenburg. 

October 26 

■ Symposium The Archives of American Art organized 
the symposium "Cult, Culture, and Consumers: Collect- 
ing the Work of Self-Taught Artists in Twentieth- 
Century America" in cooperation with the National 
Museum of American Art. 

October 2&-November 24 

■ Milestone The Smithsonian Institution Man and the 
Biosphere Biological Diversity Program marked its 
fourth year of work in Bolivia with a regional training 
course on ecology, conservation, and management of bio- 
logical diversity of protected areas, which included ap- 
proximately 25 participants and 15 national and 
international instructors. 

November 

■ Cultural Diversity The Smithsonian celebrated 
National American Indian Heritage Month with a va- 
riety of performances, demonstrations, films, 
children's activities, and speakers, including Beatrice 
Medicine (Standing Rock Sioux) discussing "A Recur- 
rent Theme: Women Are the Carriers of Indian 
Culture." 



November 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service opened "Moscow: Treasures and Tra- 
ditions," a major exhibition of art objects from Moscow 
museums, in the International Gallery at the Smithson- 
ian, one of only two U.S. venues. At the time of the 
opening, U.S.S.R. Minister of Culture Nicolai Gubenko 
visited the Smithsonian to discuss cooperative activities. 

November 

U Awards The Smithsonian's underground museum, 
research, and educational complex and the Enid A. 
Haupt Garden, both of which opened in 1987, were se- 
lected for architectural honor awards by the Design 
Awards Program of the General Services Administration. 

November— December 

■ Cultural Diversity In response to Under Secretary 
Carmen Turner's request, the Office of the Assistant Sec- 
retary for Public Service organized two focus meetings, 
one on cultural pluralism (November 30) and the other 
on education (December 4). 

November I 

■ Research Findings published in the November I issue 
of Nature by National Museum of Natural History geol- 
ogist Kenneth Towe suggest that the evolution and 
worldwide use of oxygen respiration by early life forms 
began at least a billion years earlier than scientists pre- 
viously believed. 

November 1 

■ Exhibition The Directions series of small-scale solo 
exhibitions at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 
Garden was launched for the 1990—91 season with a se- 
lection of set-up color photographs of artificial land- 
scapes by the London-based artist Boyd Webb, followed 
by metaphoric stuffed-animal sculptures from the "Half 



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A Man" series by Mike Kelley of Los Angeles, and, dur- 
ing the summer of 1991, an installation on the theme of 
racism titled "What It's Like, What It Is #2," by the 
Massachusetts-based artist Adrian Piper. 

November 2—4 

■ Anniversary The centennial of the Smithsonian As- 
trophysical Observatory and the sesquicentennial of the 
Harvard College Observatory, its partner in the Center 
for Astrophysics, were celebrated jointly with a scien- 
tific symposium and open house in Cambridge, 
Massachusetts. 

November 3—4 

U Symposium A two-day symposium, "The Modernist 
Impulse in the Landscape of Invention: Los Angeles Ar- 
chitecture, 1920-1990," was created by the Education 
Department of Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design. Participants discussed the effect of proponents 
of the International Style, who emigrated from Europe 
to Los Angeles in the 1920s and 1930s, on Southern Cali- 
fornia architecture. 

November 6 

■ Agreement The National Postal History and Phila- 
telic Museum, a satellite of the National Museum of 
American History, was created with the signing of a 
joint agreement by Secretary Robert McC. Adams and 
Postmaster General Anthony M. Frank. The museum 
will open to the public in 1993 following a $15.4 million 
renovation and construction program in the former 
Washington, D.C., main post office next to Union 
Station. 

November 7 and June 73 

■ Collection Information The Office of Printing and Pho- 
tographic Services opened the first on-line libraries of 
Smithsonian digital photographs in the Art Gallery 
Forum of CompuServe and the Photography Round 
Table of GEnie. 

November j—8 

■ Workshop A workshop cosponsored by the Office of 
Environmental Awareness and the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion Traveling Exhibition Service brought together 20 



experts on education, exhibitions, and solid waste to 
start planning an exhibition on the solid waste crisis. 

November p 

m Exhibition "Glassworks" opened at the Renwick Gal- 
lery, showing room-size works by artists challenged by 
this material. 

November p 

■ Exhibition "Old Hickory: A Life Sketch of Andrew 
Jackson" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 
Coorganized with the Tennessee State Museum, this ex- 
hibition included portraits of Andrew Jackson as sol- 
dier, hero, politician, and American icon. Members of 
his family, his "Kitchen Cabinet," and political friends 
and enemies were also represented. Sponsored in part by 
the Tennessee General Assembly, this was the last in a 
series of exhibitions celebrating the bicentennial of the 
U.S. Constitution. 

November p 

m Lecture To mark the 50th anniversary of the Battle of 
Britain, the National Air and Space Museum convened 
a panel of four RAF pilots and four Luftwaffe pilots to 
share their memories of the battle. The panel was mod- 
erated by Air Vice-Marshal Ron Dick. 

November 10 

m Exhibition The National Air and Space Museum 
opened a new exhibit supporting the German V-2 
rocket, examining this first ballistic missile in its broad 
historical and technological contexts. 

November II 

U High School Project The Office of Printing and Photo- 
graphic Services hosted and cosponsored with the 
White House News Photographers Association the 
nation's only free high school seminar in still and video 
news photography. 

November /_j 

■ Colloquium Several members of Congress partici- 
pated in a Woodrow Wilson Center Evening Dialogue 
entitled "Government, Power and Prophecy: Lessons of 
the Talmud for Our Time," in which renowned scholar 



Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz analyzed how the ancient Talmud 
might illuminate contemporaty understanding of the 
challenges of justice, statecraft, and authority. 



of the museum's American Indian Program, made the 
presentation and a similar one the next day at the Tribal 
Building in Zuni, New Mexico. 



November Ij— 14 

■ Conference In collaboration with the Exxon Educa- 
tion Foundation, the Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Public Service cosponsored a national teacher educa- 
tion conference in Washington, D.C. 

November i$ 

■ Regent Ira Michael Heyman, former chancellor of the 
University of California at Berkeley, became a member 
of the Smithsonian Board of Regents. 

November 18 

■ Exhibition "The Arts of China," a new installation 
featuring 228 masterworks of Chinese art dating from 
the fourth millennium B.C. into the 20th century, 
opened at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. Largely drawn 
from the gallery's permanent collection, the ancient rit- 
ual jades and bronzes, Buddhist sculpture and wall 
paintings, glass, lacquer, furniture, and paintings reflect 
the complex artistic heritage of China. 

November ip 

U Seminar To observe International Literacy Year, the 
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies organized a day-long 
public seminar, "Issues of Literacy," in cooperation with 
the Washington, D.C, Public Library and PLAN, Inc. 
(Push Literacy Action Now). 

November 22 

■ Exhibition "Harlem: Photographs by Aaron Siskind, 
1932-1940" opened at the National Museum of Ameri- 
can Art, presenting a major new photography collection 
of the museum. 

November 27 

■ Zuni Project At the Pueblo Cultural Center in Albu- 
querque, New Mexico, members of the Zuni Tribal 
Council were presented copies of 3,500 historic black- 
and-white photographs of their people and pueblo from 
the National Museum of Natural History's National An- 
thropological Archives. JoAllyn Archambault, director 



November 2J—J0 

■ Seminar The Smithsonian National Associate Pro- 
gram offered the Smithsonian Seminar "Update: Eastern 
Europe," attended by more than 100 Associates. Speak- 
ers included journalists Peter Jennings and Hedrick 
Smith. 

November 28 

■ Exhibition The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 
Garden's 1990-91 series of WORKS site-specific pro- 
jects, supported by a $30,000 grant from the Andy 
Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., was 
launched with "Lawrence Wiener WORKS," a text 
piece developed by this Amsterdam-based American art- 
ist for the coffers above the third-floor escalator lobby. 
Later in the year, the collaborative team of Ann Hamil- 
ton and Kathryn Clark applied a translucent wax skin 
over the third-floor windows to create "view," a meta- 
phor about extinction and loss. 

November 29 

■ Benefit The Archives of American Art cosponsoted 
"An Artist's Christmas: Holiday Images by American 
Artists, 1880-1990" with Midtown Payson Galleries, 
New York City, to benefit the Archives' Oral History 
Program. 

November 29 

■ Visitor Panama Vice-President Arias Calderon vis- 
ited the Smithsonian to discuss activities of the 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and 
other opportunities for Smithsonian-Panamanian 
cooperation. 

December 

■ Project The Visitor Information and Associates' Re- 
ception Center completed the first update of the Quad- 
rangle Patrons' Register. 



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December 



December ippo-August ippi 



■ Publication The National Portraic Gallery published 
The Selected Papers of Charles Willson Peale and His Family, 
Volume y The Belfield Years, 1810-1820, edited by the 
gallery's Peale Family Papers Office staff, Lillian Miller, 
Sidney Hart, David Ward, and Rose Emerick. The third 
volume of this highly acclaimed series, arranged chrono- 
logically and accompanied by an introductory essay and 
annotations, illuminates Peale's personality, ideas, art, 
and activities as well as the art and culture of the 
United States during the early stages of its development. 

December 

■ Volunteers The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center held its annual appreciation event for 
volunteer information specialists. 

December 

■ Acquisition The National Museum of African Art ac- 
quired an extraordinary Baga figure of a kneeling 
woman supporting a drum on her head. The Baga drum 
went on view as part of the museum's permanent collec- 
tion in July. 

December 

■ Publication Climate and Moisture Variability in a Tropi- 
cal Forest: Long Term Records from Barro Colorado Island, 
Panama, by Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
staff member D. M. Windsor, summarized and analyzed 
one of the longest climate records from any tropical lo- 
cality. Rainfall in the area has significantly declined 
over the past 60 years, a finding that may prove to be of 
much broader geographical significance. 

December 

■ Meeting The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Ex- 
ternal Affairs cohosted delegations from Soviet Ministry 
of Culture for discussions with American art figures. 

December ippo-August ippi 

■ Special Project The Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for External Affairs conducted a review of Smithson- 
ian media activities and created the Media Review 
Board. 



■ Quincentenary The Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for External Affairs and the Office of Quincentenary 
Programs coordinated the Smithsonian Institution's rela- 
tionship to the television series "The Buried Mirror: Re- 
flections on Spain and the New World by Carlos 
Fuentes." 

December I 

■ Broadcast "The Louis Armstrong Jazz Trumpet Com- 
petition," hosted by Bill Cosby and coproduced by 
Radio Smithsonian and Washington, D.C., public radio 
station WETA-FM, presented two hours of highlights 
from this distinguished competition, which was held at 
the Smithsonian. 

December land January 26 

■ Special Events The Office of Development held two 
donor cultivation events in conjunction with the SITES 
exhibition "Moscow: Treasures and Traditions." 

December j 

■ High School Project The Education Department at 
Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design initiated 
Design Career-Day Programs with "Homes for the 
Homeless." High school students were given the chance 
to work with professional designers as they explored so- 
cial issues and participated in design activities. 

December 6 

■ Awards Smithsonian News Service, a service of the 
Office of Public Affairs, won first, second, and third 
place and honorable mention awards in the Blue Pencil 
competition of the National Association of Government 
Communicators. A brochure on the Marine Station at 
Link Port, coproduced by OPA and Smithsonian Institu- 
tion Press, won first place in the General Brochure cate- 
gory, and a news release on Smithsonian acquisitions in 
1989 won honorable mention in the News Release 
category. 

December 11 

■ Exhibition "Comparisons — An Exercise in Looking," 
an innovative exhibition pairing objects to hone 
visitors' appreciation of art, opened at the Hirshhom 



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Museum and Sculpture Garden, proving so popular that December ip 
its run was extended twice. The exhibition was sup- 
ported in part by the Smithsonian Special Exhibition 
Fund. 



December 14 

■ Research The Office of International Relations and 
the Office of Sponsored Projects organized a grants 
forum for Smithsonian research staff to learn about the 
funding of international research and exchanges sup- 
ported by the Council on International Exchange of 
Scholars, the International Research and Exchanges 
Board, the National Science Foundation, and the U.S. 
Agency for International Development. 

December 14 

■ Exhibition "Camera Portraits: Photographs from the 
National Portrait Gallery, London, 1839— 1989" opened at 
the National Portrait Gallery. Likenesses of distinguished 
British personalities from the gallery's sister institution 
illustrated the development of portrait photography from 
the age of the daguerreotype to the present day. Key fig- 
ures in British history — from Queen Victoria to the 
Beatles — were represented in works by leading British and 
American photographers. The exhibition was made possi- 
ble by a grant from Mobil. 

December if 

■ Announcement Friends of Asian Arts at the Freer and 
Saclder Galleries was established to encourage new inter- 
est in the galleries and to support their collections acqui- 
sition programs. Forty-two friends joined the 
membership group in its charter year, and their benefac- 
tions totaled $65,500. 

December ip 

■ Exhibition "300 Years of American Papermaking" 
opened in the National Museum of American History's 
Hall of Graphic Arts. The exhibition commemorates the 
building of the first paper mill in the American colonies in 
1690 near Germantown, Pennsylvania, by William Ritten- 
house and his partners; the men and women who contrib- 
uted to the industry's astonishing growth; and the 
manifold utilitarian and artistic uses of paper products. 



■ Grant The Harry Winston Research Foundation an- 
nounced a gift of $1 million toward the complete renova- 
tion of the National Museum of Natural History's 
Geology, Gems, and Minerals Hall. 

December 24 

U Broadcast J.S. Bach's "Christmas Oratorio," copro- 
duced by Radio Smithsonian and Washington station 
WETA-FM and featuring the Smithsonian Chamber Or- 
chestra, was broadcast over public radio. 

January 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service added to its 1991 program the exhibi- 
tions "Songs of My People," "Capturing the Spirit: Por- 
traits of Contemporary Mexican Artists," "Saynday was 
coming along. ..Silverhorn's Drawings of the Kiowa 
Trickster," and "Strength and Diversity: Japanese Amer- 
ican Women, 1885-1990," thus continuing its commit- 
ment to presenting exhibitions that celebrate the many 
voices of the steadily growing multicultural society in 
the United States. 

January 

■ Research A previously unknown species of beaked 
whale was discovered — a very rare event — off the coast 
of Peru by a team of scientists from the National Mu- 
seum of Natural History, the Center for the Study of Ce- 
taceans in Lima, and the Royal Institute of Natural 
Sciences in Belgium. 

January 

■ Publicity! Marketing The Office of Public Affairs or- 
ganized and implemented a comprehensive publicity 
plan in connection with the publication of the biogra- 
phy Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr.: American that resulted in ex- 
tensive publicity and the highest sales for any book 
published by Smithsonian Institution Press. Among 
General Davis's many local and network television ap- 
pearances were those on "Good Morning, America" 
(ABC), "CBS This Morning" and "The World Today" 
(CNN). 



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January 



January— September 



■ Award Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings won the 
American Library Association's award for Children's 
Notable Recordings in 1990 for rhe recording A Fish 
That's a Song: Songs and Stories for Children Inspired by 
the Hemphill Collection of the National Museum of Ameri- 
can Art. 



U International Project The Office of the Assistant Secre- 
tary for Externa] Affairs served as consultant for federal 
agencies with respect to the 1992 United Nations Con- 
ference on Environment and Development. The office 
will cochair the Biodiversity Roundtable for the partici- 
pation of nongovernmental organizations in the process. 



January 

■ Education The National Science Resources Center's 
Science and Technology for Children project began trial 
teaching two new units of hands-on science instruc- 
tion — Weather and Me (grade 1) and Sounds (grade 3) — in 
Washington, D.C., public schools. 

January 

■ Workshop In conjunction with the long-awaited na- 
tional tour of the Anacostia Museum's exhibition, "The 
Real McCoy: African American Invention and Innova- 
tion," the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition 
Service held a preparatory workshop for educators, cura- 
tors, content specialists, and representatives from host 
museums in the field. 

January 

m Research Researchers at the Smithsonian Astrophysi- 
cal Observatory's Whipple Observatory made the first 
confirmed detection of gamma rays from the Crab Neb- 
ula, thus establishing that object as a "standard candle" 
for ground-based observers. 

January 

■ Special Project The Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Public Service helped establish a pan-Smithsonian as- 
sociation with the Quality Education for Minorities 
Network to foster educational science programs for mi- 
norities and women. 

January— March 

■ International Project The Office of the Assistant Secre- 
tary for External Affairs worked with the U.S. Agency 
for International Development to plan the U.S. position 
for the indigenous peoples section of an international 
forestry convention. 



January I 

■ New Facility The Infant and Toddler Center opened 
in rhe Arts and Industries Building for 30 children rang- 
ing in age from three months to two years. The Office 
of Design and Construction supervised design and 
construction. 

January 7 

■ Milestone A full-page advertisement signed by celebri- 
ties from all walks of life appeared in the New York Times, 
the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago 
Tribune launching the fund-raising campaign for the 
Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. 

January 14 

m Collection Information The Office of Horticul ture 
began the cataloging onto laser disc of 20,000 glass and 
35mm slides in the Archives of American Gardens. 

January 16 

m Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center session on "Lessons 
of Eastern Europe for China" featured world-renowned 
Chinese dissident Liu Binyan, who summarized the lesson 
of Eastern Europe for China. By demonstrating that the 
lines between these two reform movements were parallel, 
he depicted the 1989 political upheavals in Eastern Europe 
as a key and continuing source of influence in China. 

January 16 

■ Awards The local chapter of the Society for Techni- 
cal Communication honored a number of Office of Pub- 
lic Affairs products in its annual publications 
competition. Smithsonian News Service feature stories 
won three second-place awards and one third place; Re- 
search Reports won third place for the newsletter as a 
whole and for an individual story; a Torch article won a 
third-place award; and a brochure coproduced by OPA 



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and Smithsonian Institution Press on the Smithsonian 
Marine Station at Link Port won a second-place award. 



Honor," a large, vibrantly colored cloth made by an 
Annang artist. 



January iy 

■ Premiere A screening, panel discussion, and recep- 
tion were held at the National Museum of American 
History celebrating the "Smithsonian World" season 
premiere program, "Gender: The Enduring Paradox." 



February 

■ Bequest The National Museum of American Art was 
named the major beneficiary of the estate of Florence 
Davis, widow of noted Washington, D.C., color school 
artist Gene Davis. 



January 20 

■ Exhibition The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery exhibition 
"Paper and Clay from Modern Japan" offered the first 
public presentation of the gallery's growing collection 
of modern Japanese graphic arts and ceramics. Four pot- 
ters designated as Japanese Living National Treasures 
were among the artists whose works were featured. 

January 21 

■ Public Program The annual Martin Luther King, 
Jr., Birthday Celebration was sponsored by the 
Smithsonian's Cultural Education Committee at the 
National Museum of Natural History. Johnnetta 
Cole, president of Spelman College, delivered the key- 
note address on "The Struggle for Equity in Ameri- 
can Education." 

January 2J 

■ Colloquium A Woodrow Wilson Center Evening Dia- 
logue entitled "The Roles of the Congress and the Exec- 
utive in the Formulation and Conduct of U.S. Foreign 
Policy" was particularly timely in the wake of the Per- 
sian Gulf War. 

February 

■ Publicity! Marketing The Office of Telecom- 
munications concluded a distribution contract with 
Public Media, Inc., one of the foremost distributors 
of video programs, to market Smithsonian video 
products. 

February 

■ Exhibition The National Museum of African Art 
opened a new gallery devoted to small, innovative exhi- 
bitions on unique topics, generally focusing on a single 
object or theme. The first exhibition was "A Cloth of 



February 

U Cultural Diversity Publicity for Black History 
Month events at the Smithsonian included an 
extensive press release on the exhibits, events, and 
special programs of seven museums and the Resident 
Associate Program. Paid radio advertisements were 
aired on four Washington, D.C., radio stations. Re- 
sponse calls resulted in more than 1,000 packets of 
Smithsonian information being sent to listeners. 
Memberships in RAP were purchased by OPA and 
given to listeners through a call-in promotion at 
radio station WHUR. 

February 

■ Film A 50-minute film, Nagayati {Be in Peace), was 
produced by Peter Oud, Film and Photography for 
Development Work, for the National Museum of Afri- 
can Art. The film explores the arts and architecture of 
the Gabra nomads in northern Kenya, East Africa. 

February— August 

■ Public Programs The National Museum of African 
Art presented a series of free public programs on the 
Gullah people, a distinctive group of African Americans 
whose artistic traditions, customs, language, and folk- 
lore can be traced to West Africa. The series was held in 
conjunction with the exhibition "Paramount Chiefs of 
Sierra Leone: Photographic Portraits by Vera Viditz- 
Ward." 

February 1 

m Opening The Experimental Gallery opened in the 
Arts and Industries Building. This new gallery will 
experiment with different exhibition styles and tech- 
niques. Inaugural exhibitions were "Project Face to 
Face," an exhibit about AIDS; "Principles of Flight"; 
and "Casitas: An Urban Cultural Alternative." 



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February I 

U Acquisition The Atlanta Intetfaith Broadcasters 
presented the Anacostia Museum with 25 videotapes 
of church sermons, church and family histories, and 
individual oral history interviews. These materials 
have contributed to the museum's leadership in docu- 
menting African American religious tradition. 

February 2— March 5 

■ Course The Smithsonian Institution Man and the 
Biosphere Biological Diversity Program and the 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute held a regional 
training course in Panama on conservation of natural re- 
sources and the management of wildlands. The course 
included 23 participants and 15 national and interna- 
tional instructors. 

February 4 

■ Announcement The Smithsonian Board of Regents ap- 
proved the naming of the Freer Gallery of Art audito- 
rium as the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Auditorium 
when the gallery reopens. The decision was made in rec- 
ognition of a gift of more than $1 million to renovate 
and equip the 300-seat auditorium and to provide for 
public programming. The donation came from Katha- 
rine Graham, chairman of the board of the Washington 
Post Company; the Philip L. Graham Fund; the Eugene 
and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation; and the Island Fund 
in the New York Community Trust. 

February 5 

■ Lecture To celebrate Black History Month, the Na- 
tional Air and Space Museum invited Lt. Gen. Benja- 
min O. Davis, Jr., to talk about his extraordinary life, 
from enduring discrimination as the only black at West 
Point, to leading Tuskegee Airmen fighter squadrons 
during World War II, to his experiences as a general in 
the U.S. Air Force. An overflow audience of 1,500 
attended. 

February j and February 7 



Pei and his staff and director of the Louvre Michel 
Laclotte among the speakers. 



Febru 



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■ Exhibition "Winslow Homer in the 1890s: Prout's 
Neck Observed" opened at the National Museum of 
American Art, presenting Homer's late seascape 
masterworks. 

February 8 

■ Facility Design The Office of Design and Construc- 
tion completed design for the National Museum of the 
American Indian at the Old U.S. Custom House in 
New York City. 

February 12 

■ Meeting The 12-member Japanese delegation of the 
SI-Bunkacho (Tokyo National Research Institute of Cul- 
tural Properties) arrived to begin four days of sessions 
with Smithsonian curators, conservators, and scientists, 
including participants from the Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory. 

February I) 

m Exhibition "Sigmar Polke," a full-fledged retrospective 
honoring this widely influential German artist who has ex- 
hibited frequently in Europe but seldom in the United 
States, opened its first East Coast venue at the Hirshhom 
Museum and Sculpture Garden in a national tour organ- 
ized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 

February 14 

■ Course The Office of Museum Programs began its 
first museology training program for Smithsonian staff. 

February 14—IS 

■ Symposium With the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, the Office of International Re- 
lations sponsored a symposium on "Science in Africa" 
and a reception at the National Museum of African Art. 



■ Lectures In collaboration with the American Insti- 
tute of Architects and the American Architectural Foun- 
dation, the Resident Associate Program celebrated the 
second annual Accent on Architecture Week, with I. M. 



February 15 

m Acquisition First Lady Barbara Bush gave the camou- 
flage uniform shirt she wore during her November 1990 



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visit with American troops in the Persian Gulf to the 
National Museum of American History's Division of 
Armed Forces History, which also received prisoner-of- 
war uniforms worn by American servicewomen in the 
Persian Gulf War. 



by the American Museum of Natural History, New 
York City, went on view at the National Museum of Af- 
rican Art. 

March 



February ij 

■ Public Program The National Museum of American 
Art hosted 600 people at a parade and reception preced- 
ing the Washington, D.C., Chinese Lunar New Year pa- 
rade in the museum's Chinatown neighborhood. 

February 21 

■ Symposium "Smart Bricks, Useful Trash, and Elastic 
Chairs: Reinventing the Material World," a symposium 
devoted to the discussion of new materials, was held in 
conjunction with Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design's exhibition "Mondo Materialis." 

February 22—24 

■ Benefit A preview of "USArt," an art exposition and 
sale of exclusively American art, benefited the West 
Coast Regional Center of the Archives of American Art. 

February 26 

■ Grant The American Chemical Society presented a 
$5 million grant to the National Museum of American 
History for the major new exhibition "Science in Ameri- 
can Life," scheduled to open in late 1993. 

February 28 

■ Acquisition The bronze portrait bust of Rosa Parks 
by sculptor Artis Lane was unveiled at the National 
Portrait Gallery. A gift of the Anheuser-Busch Com- 
panies, Inc., the bust was presented in recognition of 
Rosa Parks 's role as a civil rights leader. Her refusal 
to move to a seat in the back of a bus in Montgomery, 
Alabama, in 1955 sparked a national movement for ra- 
cial justice. 

March 

■ Exhibition "African Reflections: Art from Northeast- 
ern Zaire," featuring several hundred extraordinary 
works by artists from the Mangbetu, Azande, and other 
peoples of northeastern Zaire, organized and sponsored 



■ Membership The National Museum of the American 
Indian launched a highly successful series of test mail- 
ings for the museum's national membership program. 

March 

■ Publication The National Science Resources Center 
announced publication of the first units of hands-on sci- 
ence instruction from its innovative elementary science 
curriculum development project, Science and Technol- 
ogy for Children. One thousand educators, scientists, 
and representatives of scientific and educational organi- 
zations attended the NSRC's reception launching the 
units at the National Science Teachers Association an- 
nual meeting in Houston. 

March 

■ Exhibition The National Museum of the American 
Indian completed a series of three meetings with Native 
American artists, writers, and performers to review the 
concept for "Celebrations," one of the inaugural exhibi- 
tions of the museum's George Gustav Heye Center in 
New York City. 

March 

■ Research The Smithsonian Tropical Research 
Institute's project on domestication of the paca, a large 
tropical forest rodent, entered a new phase when two do- 
mesticated groups were turned over to a local farmer. 
The paca, a favorite local game animal, will provide an 
alternative protein source for small farmers. 

March 

■ Planning The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Ex- 
hibition Service completed a staff-generated perfor- 
mance plan designed to strengthen its program mission 
and the role of cultural diversity in exhibition interpre- 
tation, format and evaluation. 



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March 



March I 



U Publication The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center produced and distributed foreign lan- 
guage floor plans in French, German, Spanish, and Jap- 
anese to Smithsonian museums. 

March 



■ Appointment Steven Newsome was appointed the 
new director of the Anacostia Museum. He was pre- 
viously director of the Banneker-Douglass Museum in 
Annapolis, Maryland, and chief of cultural and educa- 
tional services for Maryland s Division of Historical 
and Cultural Programs. 



■ Exhibition A photo— text panel exhibit on Senegal 
and its cultural traditions, organized by the Office of 
Folklife Programs and originally mounted at the Festi- 
val of American Folklife, was displayed at Bethesda- 
Chevy Chase High School, Bethesda, Maryland. 

March 

U Planning The firm of Venturi, Scott Brown & Asso- 
ciates began development of the architectural pro- 
gram for the National Museum of the American 
Indian facilities on the National Mall and in Suit- 
land, Maryland. 

March 

■ Cultural Diversity Four multicultural versions of a 
portable exhibit with the theme "The Smithsonian Is 
for Everyone" were produced by the Office of Public 
Affairs with grants from the Special Exhibition Fund 
and the Educational Outreach Program. Highlighted 
were Asian American, African American, Native 
American, and Hispanic communities. The exhibits 
were used at the National Association of Hispanic 
Journalists, the National Association of Black Jour- 
nalists, the Asian American Journalists Association, 
and the African American Museum Association. One 
generic version of the exhibit was produced featuring 
teenage visitors. 



March I 

■ Grants Eleven Scholarly Studies awards were an- 
nounced by the Office of Fellowships and Grants. 

March $ 

m Public Programs The National Zoological Park spon- 
sored educational activities for the public in honor of 
Seal Day. 

March 4-2$ 

U Exhibition "Tirarlo a la Calle/Taking to the Streets," 
organized by the Office of Folklife Programs, went on 
exhibit at American University, Washington, D.C. The 
exhibition views the local Latino community through 
its annual festival. 

March j 

■ Press Conference The new repatriation policy of the Na- 
tional Museum of the American Indian was announced 
and presented to the media by Secretary Robert McC 
Adams and Richard West, director of the museum. Organ- 
ized by the Office of Public Affairs, the conference resulted 
in major media coverage, including articles in the Washing- 
ton Post, New York Times, and USA Today and a nationally 
syndicated Associated Press article. 



March I 

■ New Facility The Office of Design and Construction 
began supervising the design of the 60,000-square-foot 
National Postal History and Philatelic Museum, a satel- 
lite of the National Museum of American History on 
the ground floor of the former city post office next to 
Union Station in Washington, D.C. Exhibit installation 
is scheduled for 1993. 



March 7 

■ Exhibition/Public Programs The Anacostia Museum 
responded to the AIDS crisis in the African American 
community by showing the video "When It Hits 
Home: Coming Out in the Age of AIDS" and mount- 
ing the photographic exhibit "Reaching the Other 
World: Portraits and Stories of Americans Fighting 
Drug Addiction and AIDS." 



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March 21 



■ Meeting The Smithsonian National Board spring 
meeting was held in Los Angeles, with a special focus 
on the new demographics of the United States and how 
the Smithsonian could be positioned to serve the chang- 
ing American and international publics. 

March 13 

■ Species Survival The National Zoological Park's fe- 
male Asian elephant, Shanti, was sent to Burnet Park 
Zoo in Syracuse, New York, for breeding. 

March 1$ 

■ Exhibition "The West as America: Reinterpreting 
Images of the Frontier, 1820— 1920" opened at the Na- 
tional Museum of American Art to a wave of national 
press attention and record attendance. 

March 19 

■ Visitor Service The National Air and Space Museum 
installed an electronic Visitor Information Center. The 
center's four kiosks are activated by the visitor to offer 
up-to-date information in seven languages and cap- 
tioned English about exhibits and programs in the mu- 
seum and at other Smithsonian bureaus; museum shops 
and restaurants in the area; and other Washington tour- 
ist attractions. 

March 19 

■ Symposium Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of De- 
sign sponsored an acclaimed symposium, "Design Nar- 
rative: Nature 2000," which looked at the change in 
human attitudes toward nature over the past century 
and what we must do to protect the environment from 
ourselves. 

March 20 

■ Quincentenary The Office of Quincentenary Programs 
hosted the Washington, D.C, Quincentenary Roundt- 
able at the National Museum of American Art. Local, re- 
gional, and national quincentenary organizations 
attended the meeting to give the group updates on their 
activities. 



■ Announcement The National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration selected the Smithsonian Astrophysical 
Observatory to plan, develop, and operate the interna- 
tional science center that will receive, analyze, and ar- 
chive data from the Advanced X-Ray Astrophysics 
Facility (AXAF), now scheduled for launch in 1998. The 
value of the contract is expected to be approximately 
$87 million for the initial 10-year period of operation. 

March 22-23 

■ Mating The Office of Folklife Programs and the 
George Washington University Folklife Association co- 
sponsored the annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic 
Folklife Association focusing on "Mass-Mediating the 
Folk." 

March 2$ 

■ Seminar The first in a series of "Ways of Knowing" 
staff seminars exploring the process of collaboration 
in different fields, organized by the Office of Interdis- 
ciplinary Studies, concentrated on the creative arts. 
Subsequent programs, in June and September, dis- 
cussed the sciences and humanities and social science 
research. 

March 26 

■ Exhibition "The Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A De- 
sign Resource" opened at Cooper-Hewitt, National Mu- 
seum of Design to favorable reviews. The exhibition 
chronicles the formation of the museum's collection 
from 1897 to the present. 

March 29 

■ Conference The Office of Printing and Photo- 
graphic Services sponsored a panel discussion, 
"Through North American Eyes," at the annual con- 
vention of the National Hispanic Journalists Associa- 
tion, New York City. 

March 29 

■ Exhibition Only a few weeks after the conclusion of 
the Persian Gulf War, the National Air and Space Mu- 
seum opened a small exhibit on the role of air power in 



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Operation Desert Storm, written by Richard HaJIion, 
the museum's Lindbergh Professor. 



by the New York Regional Center of the Archives of 
American Art. 



March }0 

■ Symposium "The African-American Aesthetic in 
the Visual Arts and Postmodernism," organized by 
the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden with 
Howard University's College of Fine Arts, was pre- 
sented in conjunction with the Washington, D.C., an- 
nual meeting of the National Conference of Artists. 
Papers by IO distinguished scholars and artists were 
presented at the all-day symposium, which was made 
possible in part by the Smithsonian Educational Out- 
reach Fund. 

Spring 

■ Research A high-resolution imaging instrument 
built by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory for 
the ROSAT satellite made detailed observations of x-ray 
objects selected from the satellite's initial all-sky survey. 
Striking images of the Andromeda Galaxy suggest that 
x-ray sources there may be highly variable, since many 
seen a decade earlier by the Einstein Observatory had 
disappeared and other new sources now glowed brightly. 

April 

■ Broadcast Radio Smithsonian joined forces with 
Washington, D.C., public radio station WETA-FM to 
present "Folk Masters: Traditional Music in the Ameri- 
cas," 13 one-hour programs featuring virtuosos of folk 
music in concert at Carnegie Hall. 

April 

■ Public Program The Anacostia Museum sponsored 
"Straight Up: AIDS, Teens, and Denial," an outdoor 
health fair designed to provide teens with an opportu- 
nity to gain access to subject-related materials in a non- 
judgmental environment. The health fair was featured 
on WJLA-TV news and radio stations WHUR and 
WKYS and attracted more than 500 junior and senior 
high school students. 

April 

■ Tour A members' art tour of museums and private 
collections in St. Louis and Kansas City was organized 



April 

■ Volunteers The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center held its annual appreciation event for 
behind-the-scenes volunteers. 

April 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
opened "Nusantara: Lands and Peoples of Indonesia" in 
its exhibition gallery in conjunction with the interna- 
tional Festival of Indonesia. The exhibition was funded 
by the James Smithson Society. 

April 4-7, April 10-H 

■ Conference The Office of Folklife Programs sponsored 
a conference, "Other Orients: Soviet and American Per- 
spectives on Muslim and Middle Eastern Societies and 
Politics" with Dartmouth College and the Soviet Acad- 
emy of Sciences in Hanover, New Hampshire, and at 
the Smithsonian. 

April S 

■ Exhibition "Magical Mixtures: Marisol Portrait 
Sculpture" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. The 
exhibition — the first museum show devoted to the por- 
traits of the Venezuelan-American sculptor — included 
21 images created between 1961 and 1989 of such interna- 
tionally known figures as John Wayne, Georgia 
O'Keeffe, Lyndon Johnson, and Bishop Desmond Tutu. 

April 6 

■ Broadcast "Our Biosphere: The Earth in Our 
Hands," a one-hour film narrated by Robert Redford 
and focusing on the work of the Smithsonian's Marine 
Systems Laboratory, premiered on the Discovery Chan- 
nel. The film was produced by the Smithsonian's Office 
of Telecommunications. 

April 8 

■ Workshop The Office of Museum Programs inaugu- 
rated the American Indian Museum Studies Program 
with a five-day workshop on planning and management 
of tribal cultural facilities. 



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April 8 



April 17 



■ Award Julie Johnson Kidd, former chairman of the 
board of trustees of the Museum of the American In- 
dian, Heye Foundation, was awarded the James Smith- 
son Medal. 

April 8 

■ Special Event The Office of International Relations 
hosted a reception for the acting secretary general of the 
International Council of Museums (ICOM) and mem- 
bers of the ICOM planning committee for the confer- 
ence "What Museums for Africa: Heritage in the 
Future?" 



■ Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center meeting on the 
foreign policy legacies of Woodrow Wilson featured 
U.S. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan's address on the ap- 
plicability of Wilsonian ideals to contemporary interna- 
tional conflicts. 

April 17 

■ Lecture The Dalai Lama delivered his first Washing- 
ton public address since receiving the 1989 Nobel Peace 
Prize. The lecture, organized by the Resident Associate 
Program, commemorated the International Year of 
Tibet. The event attracted more than 2,200 participants. 



April II 

■ Special Event The Office of Development held a 
donor cultivation event in conjunction with the Na- 
tional Museum of American Art exhibition "Prout's 
Neck Observed: Winslow Homer in the 1890s." 

April 11 

■ Benefit Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of De- 
sign; Vitae Publishing; and Parsons School of Design 
hosted a tribute to Mrs. Henry Parish II and Albert 
Hadley of the interior design firm Parish-Hadley Associ- 
ates, Inc. The event raised $3,000 for the Parsons/Coo- 
per-Hewitt Master's Degree Program in the History of 
Decorative Arts. 

April 12 

■ Exhibition "Lenore Tawney Retrospective," showing 
the United States' foremost fiber artist, opened at the 
Renwick Gallery. 

April 15 

■ Awards The Office of Fellowships and Grants of- 
fered 121 Smithsonian pre- and postdoctoral fellowships 
this year. 

April /J 

■ Award Paul E. Ewald of Amherst College was 
awarded the first George E. Burch Fellowship. The 
award was announced by the Office of Fellowships and 
Grants. 



April ip 

■ Exhibition "Beyond the Java Sea: Art of Indonesia's 
Outer Islands" opened in the National Museum of Natural 
History Thomas Evans Gallery, continuing through July 14. 

April ip 

■ Exhibition "Annie Leibovitz Photographs 1970-1990" 
opened at the National Portrait Gallery. Organized by the 
International Center of Photography, New York City, in 
conjunction with the gallery, this exhibition surveyed 20 
years of Leibovitz s portraits of figures in American popu- 
lar culture, from her earliest photojournalism for Rolling 
Stone to her present work for Vanity Fair. 

April ip-20 

m Symposium The fifth symposium of the American Com- 
mittee for South Asian Art, "Current Research in South 
and Southeast Asian Art and Archaeology," was sponsored 
by the Arthur M Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of 
Art. The public symposium included papers by 66 schol- 
ars as well as museum visits and receptions. 

April 2$-2$ 

■ Course "Exhibition Materials," a new pilot course for 
exhibition designers organized by senior textile conser- 
vator Mary Ballard, was held at the Conservation Ana- 
lytical Laboratory. 



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April 24 

■ Tour The Smithsonian National Associate Program's 
first Smithsonian Odyssey Tour, "Silver Cities of Mex- 
ico," departed. 

April 24 

■ Announcement Jerome L. Greene, a New York attor- 
ney and art collector who has served on the Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden's Board of Trustees since 
1978, was elected as board chairman, succeeding Syd- 
ney Lewis, a 15-year board veteran who continues to 
serve as vice-chairman. 

April 26 

U Public Program More than IOO Washington, D.C, ju- 
nior and senior high school students presented music 
and dance performances, poetry, essays, and works of art 
inspired by the life and genius of Duke Ellington to an 
overflow crowd in the National Museum of American 
History's Carmichael Auditorium, the triumphant fi- 
nale of a Duke Ellington Youth Festival organized by 
the museum's Program in African American Culture. 

April 26-27 

m Conference As a newly elected member of the Associa- 
tion of Graduate Training Programs in the Conservation 
of Cultural Property, the Conservation Analytical Labo- 
ratory Furniture Conservation Training Program partici- 
pated in the 17th Annual Conservation Training 
Programs Conference. Student John Driggers presented 
a paper, "The Use of Fluorescent Microscopy on a Gilt 
and Decorated Classical Revival Table: A Cautionary 
Tail." 

April 28-}0 

■ Planning A retreat sponsored by the Office of Envi- 
ronmental Awareness, held at the Donaldson Brown 
Center in Port Deposit, Maryland, initiated planning 
for a National Museum of Natural History exhibition 
on environmental issues that affect coastal and marine 
peoples and habitats. 

April 29 

■ Grant The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
received a grant from the Hasselblad Foundation for the 



purchase of an electron microscope, a research tool that 
will greatly enhance the capabilities of STRI's Center 
for Tropical Paleoecology. 

April 30 

■ Cultural Diversity The opening event of the 
Smithsonian observance of Asian/Pacific American Heri- 
tage Month featured a keynote address by Ronald 
Takaki, professor of ethnic studies at the University of 
California at Berkeley, and a performance by comedian 
Phil Nee. Exhibitions, films, lectures, and demonstra- 
tions were scheduled during May. 

May 

■ Publication A new souvenir guidebook, A Picture 
Tour of the National Museum of Natural History, written 
and illustrated by museum staff, was published by 
Smithsonian Institution Press. 

May 

■ Award The Smithsonian Information Center orienta- 
tion video, produced by the Office of Telecommunica- 
tions, won second place in the Second Annual Muse 
Awards from the American Association of Museums. 

May 

m Visit The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Exter- 
nal Affairs assisted in planning the state visit of the 
president of Brazil to the United States. 

May 

m Video Production was completed on a 30-minute ed- 
ucational video documentary for junior and senior high 
schools. "Citizen Stories: Democracy and Responsibility 
in American Life" is a companion to the earlier "Democ- 
racy and Rights: One Citizen's Challenge"; both derive 
from the 1987 international symposium commemorat- 
ing the bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution that was 
organized by the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies. 

May 

m Award "American Abstraction, 1930-1945: The Art- 
ists Speak," an interactive video produced by the Office 
of Telecommunications for the National Museum of 



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American Art, won a blue ribbon at the American Film 
and Video Association's annual festival. 

May 

■ Collections Smithsonian Institution Libraries Direc- 
tor Barbara J. Smith initiated an appeal to donors to the 
libraries' collections. A brochure on Gift Information for 
Donors and Honorary and Memorial Gifts was distributed 
to donors to the libraries and to the Institution's profes- 
sional staff. 

May 

■ Awards The "Information Age" videowall, the 
Smithsonian's first such presentation, received gold 
medals from the International Film and TV Festival of 
New York and the Houston International Film Festival 
and first place in the Second Annual Muse Awards from 
the American Association of Museums. The videowall 
was produced by the Office of Telecommunications. 

May 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
published the 263rd book in its Translation Publishing 
Program. Donald R. Davis, curator of entomology at 
the National Museum of Natural History, served as sci- 
entific editor for Fundamentals of Paleontology, volume 9, 
edited by B. B. Rohdendorf (originally published in 
Moscow in 1962). 

May 

■ New Facility The staff of the Fred Lawrence Whip- 
ple Observatory moved into a new 19,000-square-foot 
administrative support facility at the base of Mt. Hop- 
kins in Arizona. The facility includes a visitor center for 
the observatory and the surrounding national forest. 
The Office of Design and Construction supervised de- 
sign and construction. 

May 

m Grant In addition to an original grant of 
$300,000, the John D. and Catherine T MacArthur 
Foundation will provide additional funding to sup- 
port future education programs in conjunction with 
the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Ser- 
vice exhibition "Tropical Rainforests: A Disappearing 
Treasure." 



May 

■ Lectures The Woodrow Wilson Center sponsored a se- 
ries of lectures on modernism and modern literature by 
the distinguished Irish literary scholar Denis 
Donoghue. Topics addressed in the series were "The 
Man of the Crowd: The Beginnings of Modernism in 
Literature"; "Literature Beyond Culture"; "Modern Lit- 
erature: Towards a Better Life"; and "Reading The 
Wasteland. " 

May 

m Special Event Joseph Carper, director, Smithsonian 
National Associate Program, addressed members of the 
Young Benefactors at their first annual meeting and con- 
gratulated them on a successful inaugural year. 

May— June 

m Conference The Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs represented the Smithsonian at the 
United States Global Change Mitigation Adaptation Re- 
sponse Strategies. 

May l 

■ Internships The Office of Fellowships and Grants 
awarded 39 summer Minority Internships after receiv- 
ing a record 127 applications. 

May j 

■ Lecture "Focus on Biodiversity," a public briefing on 
important elements of the National Museum of Natural 
History's biodiversity programs, was presented in Baird 
Auditorium by six of the museum's scientists. 

May 6 

■ Research The Smithsonian Board of Regents ap- 
proved the recommendation of an independent scien- 
tific and technical review committee that the 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory begin negotia- 
tions to place its unique array of submillimeter tele- 
scopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. 

May 6 

■ Milestone The Smithsonian Board of Regents ap- 
proved in principle the establishment of a National Afri- 



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can American Museum on the National Mall, contin- 
gent on the identification of collections that would di- 
rect the research and exhibitions of such a museum. 

May p 

■ Benefit Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design 
received the proceeds from the 20th annual Roscoe 
Awards. The awards, which are sponsored by Interior De- 
sign magazine, honor outstanding achievement in resi- 
dential and contract product design. 



Associates' Reception Center.andeducational outreach 
activities. 

May 1$ 

■ Exhibition The National Air and Space Museum 
opened "Art of the Cosmic Age," which brought to- 
gether more than 70 paintings, drawings, and other 
works by Soviet, North American, and Western Euro- 
pean artists for whom the universe is a source of 
inspiration. 



May 10 

■ Birth A four-pound western lowland gorilla was 
born at the National Zoological Park, the first gorilla 
birth there in 19 years. 

May 10 

U Award The Charles C. Eldredge Prize for outstand- 
ing scholarship in the history of American art was 
awarded to Michele Helene Bogart, associate professor 
of art history at the State University of New York at 
Stony Brook. 

May 10 

m Exhibition "Group Portrait: The First American 
Avant-Garde" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 
This exhibition focused on the circles of four individu- 
als who were essential to the creation of an American 
avant-garde movement from 1913 to 1917: Alfred 
Stieglicz, Marcel Duchamp, Gertrude Stein, and Ezra 
Pound. Emphasis was on the group's portrayal of itself 
through photographs, paintings, sculpture, and draw- 
ings of and by its members. 

May 10 

■ Exhibition "Giants," an interactive exhibit on body 
size, opened in the Elephant House at the National Zoo- 
logical Park. 

May 1} 

■ Appointment James Early was appointed assistant 
secretary for public service to oversee a number of de- 
partments, including the offices of Folklife Programs 
and Public Affairs, the Visitor Information and 



May 16 

■ Benefit Friends of the National Zoo held ZooFari — 
Feline Fantasia, a gala evening event to raise funds for 
the Theodore H. Reed Animal Acquisition Fund. 

May 17 

■ Concert The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orches- 
tra, funded by Congress and led by conductors David 
N. Baker and Gunther Schuller, premiered its first sea- 
son of concerts in the National Museum of American 
History's Carmichael Auditorium to a standing-room- 
only audience, becoming the first jazz orchestra resident 
in a museum. 

May 17—2$ 

■ International Public Program The Smithsonian Na- 
tional Associate Program sponsored the third Smithson- 
ian program in Japan. Events were held in Tokyo, Nara, 
and Osaka and included public lectures and special pro- 
grams in Japanese junior high schools. 

May 18-20 

■ Endangered" Species National Zoological Park staff car- 
ried out the first successful artificial insemination of 
black-footed ferrets. 

May ip 

a Exhibition The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery joined the 
nationwide 18-month Festival of Indonesia with the 
opening of "Court Arts of Indonesia," an exhibition or- 
ganized by the Asia Society, New York City, in associa- 
tion with the Sackler Gallery. As a part of the 
exhibition, the Education Department organized free 
daily performing arts events, including Indonesian 



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shadow puppet plays accompanied by a gamelan orches- 
tra of artists from Central Java who delighted audiences 
with their traditional performances. 

May 20 

■ Acquisition The National Museum of Natural His- 
tory acquired the fossilized thigh bone of a no-million- 
year-old adult sauropod — the largest dinosaur bone ever 
found in the northeastern United States. 

May 20 

■ Seminar An evening seminar on "quality" in art initi- 
ated a program of issues forums for debate on controver- 
sial topics, organized by the Office of Interdisciplinary 
Studies. 

May 2} 

■ Conservation The Office of Printing and Photo- 
graphic Services participated in ongoing meetings of 
Subcommittees IT9-2 and IT9-3 of the American Na- 
tional Standards Institute to develop test methods to de- 
termine archival permanence in photographic materials. 

May 30 

■ Renovation Gravel walkways in the Enid A. Haupt 
Garden were replaced with brick, thus greatly improv- 
ing accessibility. 

Summer 

■ Workshops Workshops for middle- and secondary- 
school science teachers were held in Arizona, Minnesota, 
Wisconsin, and Massachusetts under the auspices of the 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Project STAR, 
an innovative curriculum development program based 
on examples from astronomy. 

June 

■ Research Smithsonian Institution Libraries issued an 
international call for applicants to its new SIL/Dibner 
Library Resident Scholar Research Program. Established 
to support research into the history of science and tech- 
nology, the program is funded by The Dibner Fund and 
will support one or two scholars a year for up to three 
months each. 



June 

m Conference National Science Resources Center Execu- 
tive Director Doug Lapp was one of 40 science educa- 
tion experts to participate by invitation in the Johnson 
Foundation— sponsored national conference on "Science 
Education for the 1990s: Strategies for Change." 

June 

■ Expansion Construction began on the annex to the 
National Museum of the American Indian's Research 
Branch in the Bronx, New York. 

June 

■ Exhibition Smithsonian Institution Libraries hosted 
a reception with the National Museum of African Art 
for "Africa Illustrated: Fantasy and Reality Before 
1900," an exhibition of books organized by SIL and the 
museum. 

June 

m Publication The inaugural issue of the Contributor, a 
semiannual membership newsletter and update on insti- 
tutional activities and funding needs, was distributed to 
Contributing Members of the Smithsonian National As- 
sociate Program. 

June 

■ Appointment Stephen Polcari, author of Abstract Ex- 
pressionism and the Modern Experience, joined the Archives 
of American Art as New York regional director. 

June 

m Collection Information The Archives of American Art 
entered its catalog database in the Research Library In- 
formation Network (RUN) system. 

June 

m Special Audiences A public service announcement on 
accessibility at the Smithsonian for disabled visitors was 
videotaped in the museums with Dianne Pilgrim, direc- 
tor of Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design, par- 
ticipating as the on-camera spokesperson. The television 
spot was close-captioned and distributed nationally. 



June 



June 3 



■ Publication Smithsonian Institution Libraries distrib- 
uted its new Users Guide to all \6 branch library locations 
and to the Institution's 750 permanent research staff. 

June 

■ Release The recording "World Music of Struggle: We 
Shall Overcome," produced by Smithsonian/Folkways Re- 
cordings and Columbia Records from the Festival of Amer- 
ican Folklife program "Musics of Struggle," was released. 



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■ Research The extremely powerful signal of an inter- 
stellar maser, representing the second strongest emis- 
sion line ever seen at microwave frequencies, was 
detected from methanol molecules by a Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory scientist using the 140-foot 
radio antenna at Green Bank, West Virginia. The dis- 
covery has important implications for radio astronomy 
studies of newly formed stars. 

June 

■ Collection Smithsonian Institution Libraries com- 
pleted analysis of its collections for the National Shelf- 
List Count conducted by the American Library 
Association. Compared to the other 56 institutions re- 
porting, SIL ranked first in museums, collectors, and 
collecting; numismatics; decorative arts; motor vehicles; 
and naval ordnance. 

June—July 

■ Research The Office of Folklife Programs initiated 
the Smithsonian Folklife Studies project on 
"Muharram," a worldwide Islamic mourning ritual, 
with a research and documentation trip to Trinidad. 

June 2-8 

m Endangered Species The National Zoological Park 
sponsored a Panda Conservation Workshop in a last- 
ditch effort to develop a worldwide strategy to save the 
giant panda. 



■ Dedication A benefit was held to honor Arthur Ross 
and his contribution to restore and renovate the garden 
at Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design and to 
formally dedicate the garden in his name. Over 300 peo- 
ple attended the gala event, which raised more than 
$75,000 for Cooper-Hewitt's general operating funds. 

June 4 

■ Seminar The Office of Interdisciplinary Studies spon- 
sored a seminar on the medical, social, and legal issues 
surrounding AIDS. The session was videotaped for use 
in health education. 

June 4 

■ Preview A preview reception and screening for 
Smithsonian World's 'The Doors of Perception" was 
held in Baird Auditorium and the Associates Court of 
the National Museum of Natural History. The event 
was hosted by Sharon P. Rockefeller, president and CEO 
of Washington, D.C., public television station WETA, 
and Sandra Wenrworth Bradley, executive producer of 
Smithsonian World. The reception was made possible 
through additional support from Eastman Kodak 
Company. 

June 6 

■ Cultural Diversity The fourth and final regularly 
scheduled meeting of the Ad Hoc African American 
Media Advisory Committee was held, completing a pro- 
ductive year and a half of discussions between the Office 
of Public Affairs and local and national journalists as 
well as Smithsonian staff on how the Smithsonian can 
best reach out to the African American community. 

June 12 

m Exhibition "Awards in the Visual Arts IO," an annual 
exhibition featuring the work of 10 American artists 
from 10 regions who have won this prestigious award, 
opened at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Gar- 
den for its first venue of a national tour under the aegis 
of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. An 
artists' forum was made possible by one of the 
program's sponsors, BMW of North America, Inc. 



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June 14 



June 20-22 



■ Grant The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
received a five-year grant of $1.1 million from the John 
D. and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation to support 
the activities of the new Center for Tropical Forest Sci- 
ence. 

June 14 

■ Broadcast "Cole Porter's 100th Birthday Gala Cele- 
bration," coproduced by Radio Smithsonian and Wash- 
ington, DC, radio station WETA-FM and recorded at 
Carnegie Hall, was presented over member stations of 
American Public Radio. 

June IS 

■ Collection Restoration was completed on a Rumley 
tractor, owned since 1916 by an Indiana farm family. The 
tractor arrived at its new home, the National Museum 
of American History, in time to roll onto the National 
Mall and entertain visitors at the 1991 Festival of Ameri- 
can Folklife. 

June iS-July 16 

■ Public Programs A highlight of the summer educa- 
tional programs at Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design was "Ritual and Celebration: African Cultures 
in the New World", a series of four lectures and con- 
certs that explored the transference, adaptation, and 
transformation of the Yoruba, Bakongo, and Ejagham- 
Abakua civilizations to the Americas as a result of the 
African slave trade. 

June ip 

m Special Event The Office of Development held a 
donor cultivation event cooperatively with the Arthur 
M. Sackler Gallery in conjunction with the exhibition 
"Court Arts of Indonesia." 

June Ip 



m Conference The Woodrow Wilson Center held the 
fifth in a series of conferences with the Atlantik-Brucke 
of Bonn at Cape Elizabeth, Maine. "Europe and the 
United States in the Post-Cold War Era" included ses- 
sions on domestic political developments in Germany 
and the United States; the German-American relation- 
ship after the Gulf War, the break-up of the Soviet em- 
pire and its implications for the Atlantic Community; 
and new economic demands on Germany and the 
United States. 

June 22 

■ Public Program More than 2,000 people attended the 
Anacostia Museum's celebration, "Juneteenth '91: Free- 
dom Revisited," part of the annual observance of the 
emancipation of slaves in Texas in 1865. The holiday has 
evolved into a major summer commemoration of Afri- 
can American culture. More than 75 volunteers from 
other bureaus of the Institution and the Washington, 
D.C., community assisted the staff in program planning 
and implementation. African dance, traditional and con- 
temporary music, craft demonstrations, and a market- 
place all attracted attention. 

June 22 

m Exhibition The Anacostia Museum opened a major 
photographic exhibition, "Kaleidoscope: African Ameri- 
can Photography in Washington." The 100 works by 35 
local photographers provided a spectrum of photo- 
graphic expression. The exhibition was curated by 
Maricia Battle, assistant curator of photography, Na- 
tional Museum of American Art. In conjunction with 
the exhibition, a meeting of Exposures, the African 
American photographers' group, was held at the mu- 
seum on August 5. 

June 2$ 

m Conference The Office of Museum Programs hosted 
"Purse Strings," a national conference on marketing and 
development for museums. 



■ Planning The Office of Design and Construction se- 
lected an architect/engineer firm to develop a master 
plan for research, educational, and support facilities at 
the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in 
Edgewater, Maryland. 



June 2$ 

■ Public Program "An Evening with Gordon Parks," 
the latest of the National Portrait Gallery's popular self- 
portrait series, took place. Parks, a pioneer of contempo- 



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raiy photojournalism, was interviewed by Marc Pachter. 
A celebrated author, filmmaker, and composer, Parks re- 
ceived the National Medal of Arts from President 
Reagan in 1988. 

JunelS 

■ Conference The Office of Museum Programs held a 
collections care conference in San Jose, Costa Rica, in 
collaboration with United States Information Agency 
and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars. 

June 2$ 

■ Tribute Secretary Robert McC. Adams presided at a 
reception in honor of Freer Gallery of Art benefactor 
Prof. Ikuo Hirayama of Tokyo in the renovated Freer 
Gallery of Art courtyard. The tribute was given in grati- 
tude for Hirayama 's major role in arranging a gift of 
$1.5 million toward the reinstallation of the Freer collec- 
tion following the gallery's renovation. The celebrated 
Japanese artist, who is also president of the National 
University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, was the 
major donor in a consortium he organized. The group 
also included the Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. and the 
Nomura Cultural Foundation. 

June 25-Septemher 20 

■ Exhibition "Blanche Lazzell: A Modernist Rediscov- 
ered" was on view at the New York Regional Center of 
the Archives of American Art. The exhibition was 
curated by Nancy Malloy and Dominic Madormo and 
was accompanied by a small catalog. 

June 26-28 

■ Workshop A new Conservation Analytical Laboratory 
workshop, "Modern Artists' Materials and Their Conser- 
vation Implications," included 11 lecturers and attracted 
21 participants from throughout the United States and 
Canada. 

June 28-July 7 

■ Folklife Festival The 25th annual Festival of Ameri- 
can Folklife, produced by the Office of Folklife Pro- 
grams, featured programs on "Roots of Rhythm and 
Blues: The Robert Johnson Era," "Family Farming in 
the Heartland," "Forest, Field, and Sea: Folklife in Indo- 



nesia," and the Columbus Quincentenary program, 
"Land in Native American Cultures." 

July 

■ Conference The second Natural Science Institute for 
Teachers of Minority Students, organized by the Na- 
tional Museum of Natural History's education specialist 
Carmel Ervin, was held for elementary and secondary 
school teachers in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan 
area. This year's institute included a component for 
teachers interested in geology. 

July 

U Cultural Diversity The Office of Public Affairs partic- 
ipated in the Washington, D.C., Latin American Festi- 
val with a paid ad in the brochure/program and a 
two-page story on an exhibition then installed in the 
Smithsonian Experimental Gallery of works by Chicana 
artist Judy Baca. 

Jub 

■ Broadcast "Speakers Corner," hosted by Roger 
Mudd, debuted on public radio stations nationwide. 
This weekly series of lectures and discussions on the 
arts and humanities, the sciences, politics, and public 
affairs is a coproduction of the William Benton Broad- 
cast Project of the University of Chicago and Radio 
Smithsonian. 

July 

■ Quincentenary The Office of Telecommunications 
completed production of "Montserrat" and "Crow Fair," 
two videos for the exhibition "Seeds of Change" at the 
National Museum of Natural History. 

J»b 

■ Automated Circulation The Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries issued borrowers' cards to its users when it 
implemented the automated circulation module of 
the online system at the Botany Branch and the 
Mollusks Library of the National Museum of 
Natural History Branch. Borrowers' cards are also 
being used with automated circulation support at 
nine other SIL branches. SIL circulates some 50,000 
items annually. 



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July 



July 



■ Tour A members' art tour, "A Splash of Sunshine in 
Santa Fe," was organized by the Midwest Regional Cen- 
ter of the Archives of American Art. 

July 

■ Publication A Smithsonian Snapshot, a concise booklet 
of facts about the Institution, and Building a Case for Re- 
gional Support: Smithsonian Services to the Nation ip88- 
ipp2, a state-by-state synopsis of institutional activity 
across the country, were published by the Office of 
Development. 

July 

■ Cultural Diversity The Office of the Assistant Secre- 
tary for Public Service assisted the Office of Fellowships 
and Grants in developing programs to support outreach 
for minority fellowships and internships. 

My 



■ Grant The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhi- 
bition Service received a $465,000 grant from the Lila 
Wallace- Reader's Digest Fund for "Beyond Category: 
The Musical Genius of Duke Ellington," an exhibition 
and related programs being developed with the Na- 
tional Museum of American History. 

July 

■ Renovation Construction documents were completed 
for the renovation of the Old U.S. Custom House in 
New York City, which will house the George Gustav 
Heye Center of the National Museum of the American 
Indian. 

July-August 

m Public Programs "SuperSummer" activities at the Na- 
tional Zoological Park featured experimental interactive 
education programs including techniques such as street 
theater. 



■ Volunteers The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center reinstituted publication of Info Special, 
a newsletter for volunteer information specialists. 

My 

m Volunteers The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center created volunteer emeritus status for 
volunteer information specialists who retire after 15 or 
more years of service. 

July 

U Special Event The Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for External Affairs hosted a reception and dinner for 
the President's Commission on Environmental Quality. 

July 

m Publication The Anacostia Museum published a re- 
vised edition of "A Walk Through Old Anacostia," a 
publication that introduces young readers to historically 
and culturally significant sites as well as community re- 
sources in the Anacostia Historic District and the 
greater Anacostia community. Publication was made 
possible through partial funding from the Smithsonian 
Women's Committee. 



July I 

m Grants Ten Research Resources awards were an- 
nounced by the Office of Fellowships and Grants. 

July I 

m Broadcast Vice-President Dan Quayle participated in 
a live radio program broadcast over a midwestern sta- 
tion from the "Family Farming in the Heartland" pro- 
gram at the Festival of American Folklife. 

July 8-12 

m Workshop The National Science Resources Center 
conducted its annual Elementary Science Leadership In- 
stitute. Teams of teachers, science supervisors, school ad- 
ministrators, scientists, and business and industry 
representatives from 16 school districts across the coun- 
try participated in workshops and discussions on how to 
implement improvements in their elementary science 
programs. 

July p-Fall 

U Exhibition For "A Bridge to Learning," an exhibition 
in the garden of Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 



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Design, New York City junior high school students 
began constructing a 36-foot model of a suspension 
bridge. The bridge was finished July 26 and remained 
on view through the fall. 

July 10 

■ Grant The National Museum of American History 
received a $1 million gift from the Occidental Chemical 
Corporation to work with teachers in secondary schools 
and colleges to develop a national prototype model and 
curriculum materials for science education at the 
middle-school level. 

July II 

■ Research On the day of the total solar eclipse, a 
rocket-borne x-ray telescope developed by the Smithson- 
ian Astrophysical Observatory and IBM gathered data 
chat will help create a three-dimensional model of the 
solar corona linking density and temperature variations 
with structure in the sun's extended atmosphere. A sec- 
ond, ground-based, Smithsonian experiment the same 
day produced infrared images of the solar corona. 

J«ly is 

■ Facility Design The Office of Design and Construc- 
tion selected an architect/engineer firm to design a new 
seven-story building in the East Court of the National 
Museum of Natural History. 



July 30 

m Buildings and Grounds The Office of Horticul ture 
hired an entomologist to identify plant pest problems 
and suggest alternatives to environmentally harmful 
chemicals. The installation of a centrally controlled irri- 
gation system throughout the Smithsonian will meet de- 
mands for cost savings and conservation of human and 
natural resources. 

July 31 

■ Milestone Attendance at the National Museum of 
American Art for the first half of 1991 showed a dra- 
matic 60 percent increase over the same period in 1990 
due to efforts to expand the visibility of the museum. 

August 

■ Exhibition Thirty-two Native American selectors 
completed object selection for "Points of View," the 
major inaugural exhibition for the George Gustav Heye 
Center of the National Museum of the American Indian 
in New York City. 

August 

■ Publication Long-Term Assessment of the Oil Spill at 
Bahia Las Minas, Panama: Interim Report summarized 
the first three years of a five-year study on the effects of 
a major oil spill near the Smithsonian Tropical Research 
Institute's Galeta field station in Panama. 



July 15-26, July 28-August p 

m Expedition During the Smithsonian National Associate 
Program's Research Expedition "Paleolndians and Large 
Mammals," Associates helped scientists in the discovery of 
footprints in Saltville, Virginia, of a prehistoric giant 
ground sloth, only the second set of such prints found. 

July 19-24 

■ Public Programs The Smithsonian National Associate 
Program's U.S. & International Events Division held a 
highly successful series in San Diego, the fifth Smithson- 
ian series of events in that city. Lt. Gen. Benjamin O. 
Davis, Jr., the first black graduate of West Point in this 
century and author of the Smithsonian Institution Press 
book Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr.: American, was a featured 
speaker. 



August 

■ Publication Smithsonian Institution Press published 
The Presidents, by National Portrait Gallery historian 
Fred Voss. The book offers biographical information 
and related facts on all the United States presidents in- 
cluding George Bush. 

August 

■ Acquisition The Anacostia Museum acquired more 
than 300 objects reflecting the life of Ethel Payne, an in- 
ternationally known journalist who wrote for the Chi- 
cago Defender and the Washington Afro-American 
newspapers. She was also involved in a number of politi- 
cal and women's organizations. 



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August 

■ Collection Loan A set of John James Audubon's four- 
volume Birds of America, his Viviparous Quadrupeds of 
North America (the complete 155 color lithographs), and 
manuscript materials are on long-term loan to the 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries from the National Au- 
dubon Society. These materials, appraised at nearly $3 
million, are housed in the Dibner Library. 

August 

■ Milestone For the first time in the 40-year history of 
the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Ser- 
vice, federal funds will allow SITES to offer exhibitions 
at substantially lower fees, thus enabling more people 
nationwide the opportunity to experience the full range 
of Smithsonian programs. 



fountain and fabricate interpretive signs in the Mary L. 
Ripley Garden. 

August 2} 

■ Expansion and Renovation Staff of the Freer Gallery of 
Art completed the four-month relocation and subse- 
quent inventory of the gallery's entire collection of ap- 
proximately 27,000 objects to a 13,300-square-foot 
research and storage facility on the newly excavated 
lower level. With completion of the gallery's expansion 
and construction on its lower levels, the Department of 
Conservation and Scientific Research moved from tem- 
porary quarters in the Sackler Gallery, which it had oc- 
cupied since 1987, to a new io.OOO-square-foot lab at 
the Freer. The facility offers expanded and modernized 
facilities for art conservation and research on ancient ma- 
terials and technology. 



August 3-4 

■ Acquisition A team of National Museum of Ameri- 
can History archivists and curators traveled to New 
York City to receive the gift of music manuscripts, pho- 
tographs, recordings, business records, and other memo- 
rabilia of Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, presented 
by the composer's sister, Ruth Kennedy Boarwright. 
With this gift, the museum's Duke Ellington Collection 
became the world's largest repository of Ellington 
materials. 

August p 

■ Special Project At the National Zoological Park, art- 
ists from the Latin American Youth Center in Washing- 
ton, D.C., completed an Amazonia Wildlife Mural on a 
huge concrete wall near parking lot C. 

August p 

U Grant The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
received a planning grant from the Smithsonian Special 
Exhibition Fund to establish an exhibition and public 
education program on marine resources in Panama. The 
exhibition will be located on Culebra Island near STRI's 
Naos Island Laboratory. 

August 16 

■ Grant A gift from the Folger Fund will help the Of- 
fice of Horticulture restore the 19th-century cast-iron 



September 

■ Cultural Diversity National Hispanic Heritage 
Month was celebrated by the Smithsonian with con- 
certs, lectures, demonstrations, and tours. Highlights 
were the keynote address by Luis Cancel, executive di- 
rector of the Bronx Museum of the Arts; Fun Fiesta Mu- 
sical, an afternoon of festive music and dance at the 
National Zoo; and a lecture by Latina astronaut Ellen 
Ochoa. A comprehensive publicity campaign organized 
by the Office of Public Affairs included newspaper ad- 
vertisements in three local Hispanic newspapers, paid 
commercials on two Spanish-language radio stations, 
and a remote broadcast by radio station WMDO from 
the pan-Institution community event held at the Na- 
tional Zoo. 

September 

■ Exhibition During fiscal year 1991, the Smithsonian 
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service circulated 268 
exhibitions to 40 states, including the District of Co- 
lumbia, and to Canada, Ethiopia, Madagascar, 
Mauritius, Rwanda, and Uganda. 

September 

■ Quincentenary The opening events of the 
Smithsonian's Quincentenary commemoration were pro- 
moted by the Office of Public Affairs with a broad-scale 
campaign. In addition to basic media activities, contacts 
with social and food editors resulted in wide coverage of 



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the opening reception, including an article in the New 
York Times. As a result of contacts with the Hispanic 
media in the United States and with the correspondents 
of the media of Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada, 
Portugal, Spain, and Italy, extensive local and interna- 
tional coverage of the "Symposium of the Americas" 
resulted. 



September 4—7 

■ Quincentenary The "Symposium of the Americas," a 
hemisphere-wide overview of cultural identity in the 
Americas, was organized by the Office of Quincentenary 
Programs and produced by the Office of Conference 
Services. 



September 

m Education The Anacostia Museum's George Wash- 
ington Carver Nature Trail opened informally. The trail 
provides an opportunity for greater understanding and 
appreciation of natural resources in an urban environ- 
ment. The development of the trail and an environmen- 
tal study kit was assisted by funding from the 
Smithsonian Women's Committee and the Educational 
Outreach Program. 

September 

■ Agreement The National Museum of the American 
Indian reached an agreement with New York City and 
New York state regarding funding for construction at 
the museum's George Gustav Heye Center in the Old 
U.S. Custom House in lower Manhattan. 

September 

■ Cultural Diversity In response to a request by the 
Smithsonian Council, the Smithsonian's Cultural Educa- 
tion Committee published a status report on "Cultural 
Diversity at the Smithsonian." 

September 

■ Publication The National Science Resources Center 
published the second units of hands-on science instruc- 
tion for elementary schools in its Science and Technol- 
ogy for Children program: The Life Cycle of Butterflies 
(grade 2), Experiments with Plants (grade 6), and Magnets 
and Motors (grade 6). 

September 

■ Ceremony Jake Swamp, chief of the Wolf Clan of the 
Mohawk Nation, conducted a blessing ceremony for the 
George Gustav Heye Center of the National Museum of 
the American Indian, which will be housed in the Old 
U.S. Customs House in New York City. 



September 6-14 

■ International Programs The Smithsonian National As- 
sociate Program sponsored events in celebration of the 
Festival of Indonesia held in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, and 
Bali. 

September if 

■ Research The Magellan spacecraft began extensive 
radar mapping of the surface of Venus from its orbit 
around the planet. At the National Air and Space Mu- 
seum, scientists Jim Zimbleman and Tom Waiters of 
the museum's Center for Earth and Planetary Studies 
began a study of images of tectonic and volcanic land- 
forms provided by the spacecraft. An exhibit in the 
museum's Milestones of Flight gallery displays com- 
puter-simulated flights over the complex surface re- 
vealed by Magellan. 

September if 

■ New Facility Construction of the new Costumes, Tex- 
tiles, and Fragile Organics Laboratory for the National 
Museum of American History's Department of Conser- 
vation was completed, providing state-of-the-art facili- 
ties to treat the museum's 40,000 costumes and textile 
objects and to rehouse paper and three-dimensional 
objects. 

September ip 

■ Special Event The first event launching the Smithson- 
ian Benefactor's Circle, a distinguished recognition soci- 
ety for the Institution's top donors, was held in the Arts 
and Industries Building rotunda. 

September 20-22 

■ Meeting The Smithsonian National Board fall meet- 
ing held in Washington, D.C., focused on the changing 
role of the board, research at the Smithsonian, and 
Quincentenary programs. 



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September 2$ 

■ Exhibition The National Museum of African Art 
opened a new permanent exhibition, 'The Art of the 
Personal Object," featuring more than 100 ingeniously 
conceived utilitarian objects principally from eastern 
and southern Africa. 

September 26 

■ Film Series The Hirshhom Museum and Sculpture 
Garden's free film series launched its 1991-91 season of 
documentaries about artists, independendy produced 
American and foreign feature films, and shorts — many 
in advance of their commercial release in the United 
States — as well as animated works for young audiences. 



fice to purchase equipment to facilitate cataloging of 
the Archives of American Gardens collection onto laser 
disc. 

September }0 

m Conservation Cleaning was completed of Harmony in 
Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room, the celebrated dining 
room by James McNeill Whistler that is permanently 
installed in the Freer Gallery of Art. In preparation for 
the room's public display at the time of the gallery's re- 
opening, the Freer's director launched a campaign to ac- 
quire appropriate pieces of Chinese blue-and-white 
porcelain of the Kangxi period, similar to the wares dis- 
played in the room when it was part of the London 
townhouse of Whistler's patron, Frederick R. Leyland. 



September 30 

m Grant The Office of Horticulture received a grant 
from the James Smithson Society that will enable the of- 



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African American 
Institutional Advisory 
Board 



Appendix i 



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



Boards, councils, and commissions that serve the Institution as a whole are 
listed first. Those that are connected with individual bureaus or offices are 
listed in order according to the position of the sponsoring bureau or office 
within the organization list on page 4. 



Smithsonian Institution 
Board of Regents 

Hon. William H. Rehnquist, Chief 
Justice of the Supreme Court of the 
United States 

Hon. J. Danforth Quayle, Vice 
President of the United States 

Members of The Senate 

Hon. Edwin Jacob Gam 
Hon. Daniel P. Moynihan 
Hon. James R. Sasser 

Members of The House of 
Representatives 

Hon. Joseph M. McDade 
Hon. Norman Y. Mineta 
Hon. Jamie L. Whitten 



Citizen Members 

Hon. David C. Acheson 
Hon. Anne L. Armstrong 
Dr. William G. Bowen 
Mrs. Jeannine Smith Clark 
Prof. Ira Michael Heyman 
Mr. Samuel C. Johnson 
Dr. Homer A. Neal 
Hon. R.James Woolsey 



Ad Hoc African American 
Media Advisory Committee 



Ms. Phyllis Crockett 
Ms. Marcia Gillespie 
Ms. Frances Hardin 
Mr. Mark Lloyd 
Mr. Barry Murray 
Ms. Brenda Otis 
Ms. Angela Owens 
Ms. Rosetta Robinson 
Mr. Clarence Smith 



Ms. Mary Schmidt Campbell, Chair 

Ms. Joy Ford Austin 

Mr. Thomas Battle 

Mr. Lerone Bennett 

Mr. Donald Bogle 

Dr. Elizabeth Broun 

Robert B. Burke, Jr. (deceased) 

Mrs. Alice Green Burnette 

Ms. Peggy Cooper Cafritz 

Ms. Linda Earley Chastang 

Mr. Spencer R. Crew 

Mr. Howard Dodson 

Prof. David C. Driskell 

Mr. James C. Early 

Dr. Rex M. Ellis 

Mr. Joel L. Flatow 

Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 

Ms. LaQuiettaJ. Hardy-Davis 

Ms. Alfredteen Harrison 

Ms. Terry Holloman 

Mr. James L Hudson 

Ms. Cheryl L Johnson 

Mr. Roger G. Kennedy 

The Honorable John Lewis 

Ms. Samella Lewis 

Mr. James E. Mayo 

Dr. Shirley M. McBay 

Mr. A. Bradley Mims 

Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon 

Ms. Gwendolyn Keita Robinson 

Mr. Peter Rutledge 

Ms. Ruth O. Selig 

Mr. A.B. Spellman 

Ms. Nancy D. Suttenfield 

Ms. Beverly Swain 

Mrs. Carmen Turner 

Mr. Cornel West 

Mr. W. Richard West, Jr. 

Ms. Arlene Williams 

Ms. Deborah Willis 

Ms. Kristina Zahorik 



Asian/Pacific American 
Heritage Committee 



Ms. Manjula Kumar, Chair 



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Council of Administrative 
Service Directors 



Mrs. Lorie H. Aceto 
Mr. Philip Babcock 
Mr. F. William Billingsley 
Mr. John Clarke 
Mr. Robert Dillman 
Ms. Shireen L. Dodson 
Mr. William Douglas 
Dr. Cynthia Field 
Ms. Ardelle G. Foss 
Mrs. Margaret C. Gaynor 
Mrs. Katherine S. Kirlin 
Ms. Cheryl LaBerge 
Mr. Michael League 
Ms. Marilyn Marton 
Ms. Karhryn Meehan 
Mr. William W Moss 
Mr. John G. Motheral 
Mr. Marc J. Pachter 
Mr. Robert P. Perkins 
Ms. Judith Petroski 
Mr. Peter G. Powers 
Mr. Richard Siegle 
Dr. Barbara J. Smith 
Ms. Barbara Spraggins 
Mr. James H. Wallace, Jr. 



Council of Bureau 
Directors 



Dr. Elizabeth Broun, Chair 

Mr. Milo Cleveland Beach 

Mr. David Correll 

Mr. James T. Demerrion 

Mr. Alan Fern 

Dr. Martin Harwit 

Mr. Roger G. Kennedy 

Mr. Steven Newsome 

Ms. Dianne H. Pilgrim 

Dr. Michael H. Robinson 

Mr. Ira Rubinoff 

Ms. Roberta W. Rubinoff 

Dr. Irwin Shapiro 

Dr. Frank H. Talbot 

Mr. Richard Wattenmaker 

Mr. W.Richard West, Jr. 

Mrs. Sylvia H. Williams 



Council of Information 
and Education Directors 



Ms. Ann P. Bay, Chair 
Ms. Francine C. Berkowitz 
Mr. Joseph Carper 
Ms. Mary E. Case 
Mr. James J. Chmelik 
Ms. Anna R. Cohn 
Mrs. Zahava D. Doering 
Mrs. Madeleine Jacobs 
Mr. Paul B. Johnson 
Mr. Richard Kurin 
Ms. Teresa Lamaster 
Mr. Douglas M. Lapp 
Mr. Felix C. Lowe 
Mr. Vincent J. Marcalus 
Mr. William W. Moss 
Ms. Mary Grace Potter 
Mr. Ross B. Simons 
Dr. Barbara J. Smith 
Ms. Janet W. Solinger 
Mr. Lamberrus Van Zelst 
Mr. Ronald Walker 
Mr. James H.Wallace, Jr. 



Cultural Education 
Committee 



Ms. Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Chair 

Mr. Luis R. Cancel 

Ms. Dorothy B. Gilliam 

Mr. Antonio Guernica 

Mr. Stewart Kwoh 

Mrs. Bruce K. MacLaury 

Dr. Shirley M. Malcom 

Dr. Shirley M. McBay 

Ms. Cheryl McClenney-Brooker 

Hon. Norman Y. Mineta 

Prof. Sidney W. Mintz 

Ms. Beatriz Otero 

Mrs. Marvin Patterson 

Ms. Juanita Tamayo Lott 

Ms. Margaret Batchelor White 

Ms. Patricia Zell 



Latino Working Committee 



Ms. Maria Del Rosario Basterra, 

Co-Chair 
Mr. Dennis Medina, Co-Chair 
Ms. Elba Arrocha 
Mrs. Margaret A.H. Bertin 
Ms. Olivia Cadaval 
Ms. Cecilia Carvasal 
Dr. Francisco Gomez Dallmeier 
Ms. Georgina de Alba 
Ms. Irene Zimmerman de la Torre 
Ms. Margarita Decierdo 
Mr. James C. Early 
Ms. Gayle Edmunds 
Ms. Evelyn Figueroa 
Mr. John W Franklin 
Ms. Denise Freeland 
Ms. Gabriela Frings 
Ms. Maria Christina Garcia 
Ms. Brenda Gause 
Ms. Joanne Gigliotti 
Ms. Deborah A. Gomez 
Ms. Laura Gomez 
Dr. Alicia Gonzalez 
Ms. Carol Gover 
Ms. Celia Heil 
Ms. Berry Sue Hertz 
Ms. Manjula Kumar 
Ms. Paulina Lederberger 
Mr. David Liston 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lopez 
Ms. Olga MacBryde 
Mr. Bob Manning 
Ms. Kathie McClesky 
Mr. Manuel J. Melendez 
Ms. Laura Neal 
Ms. Susan Nogas 
Mr. Rafael Pena 
Mr. Roberto Phillips 
Mr. Javier Piedra 
Ms. Mayda Riopedre 
Ms. Doris Rios 
Mr. Amador Rivera 
Ms. LyssetteJ. Rivera-Garcia 
Ms. Barbara Schneider 
Mr. Luis Tassara 
Ms. Carmen Thorndike 
Mr. Amparo Torres 
Mrs. Carmen Turner 
Mr. Ricardo Vargas 
Mr. Joe Vasquez 
Ms. Lydia Wallick 
Mr. Marshall Wong 



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Quincentenary 
Development Board 

Mr. Leveo V. Sanchez, Chair 
Ms. Aida Alvarez 
Mrs. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago 
Mr. Jorge Emilio Carnicero 
Mr. John V. Connorron, Jr. 
Mrs. Robert J. Dormer 
Mr. William E. Kimberly 
Hon. Ignacio E. Lozano, Jr. 
Mr. Robert M. McGee 
Mr. Gustavo Pupo-Mayo 
Mr. Carlos E. Salguero 
Mr. Miguel Uria 
Mr. Charles Uribe 
Mr. Arturo Villar 



Smithsonian African 
American Association 

Executive Committee 

Ms. Michelle Carr 
Ms. Montrose R. Cones 
Mr. John W. Franklin 
Mr. Craig A. Reynolds 



Smithsonian Institution 
Council 



Prof. Neil Harris, Chair 
Dr. Mary Frances Berry 
Mr. Luis R. Cancel 
Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole 
Dr. Michael A. Dorris 
Mr. Martin Friedman 
Prof. Paul Fussell 
Prof. Robert Garfias 
Mr. David R. Gergen 
Ms. Dorothy B. Gilliam 
Prof. James W. Head III 
Prof. John P. Holdren 
Dr. Miguel Leon-Portilla 
Dr. Shjrley M. Malcom 
Prof. Robert M. May 
Dr. Srurley M. McBay 



Ms. Cheryl McClenney-Brooker 

Prof. Matthew S. Meselson 

Prof. Sidney W. Mintz 

Dr. Jaime E. Rodriguez 

Dr. Maxine F. Singer 

Dr. John Walsh 

Dr. KarherineJ. Watson 

Mr. Thomas G. Wicker 



The Smithsonian 
Institution Women's 
Council 



Ms. Janice Kaplan, Chair 
Ms. Kathleen Baxter 
Ms. Liz Marie Bettis 
Ms. Ann Bissell 
Mr. Dwight R. Bowman 
Ms. Kathleen Fleming 
Ms. Ellen Fluetsch 
Ms. Nancy Fuller 
Ms. Joanne Gigliotti 
Ms. Ann Kaupp 
Ms. Beth Lancianese 
Ms. Josephine Lensler 
Ms. La'Vonda Mosley 
Ms. Shoshana Rosenthal 
Ms. Katherine Sprague 
Ms. Ellen V. Sprouls 
Ms. Miriam Weissman 
Ms. Zufan Yohannes 
Ms. Sara Yorke 



Smithsonian Internship 
Council 



Ms. Dorothy Blaska, Co-Chair 

Ms. JoAnn Hinkel, Co-Chair 

Ms. Victoria Avera 

Ms. Myra Banks 

Mr. Arthur J. Breton 

Dr. Claud ine Brown 

Mrs. Linda Chick 

Mrs. Patricia Chieffo 

Mr. Colin Murray 

Ms. Ginny Gornett 

Mr. William E. Cox 

Mr. Zdenek V. David 



Ms. Georgina de Alba 

Mrs. Elizabeth Beuck Derbyshire 

Ms. Mary W. Dyer 

Ms. Heather Ewing 

Mrs. Zora M. Felton 

Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 

Ms. Carol Grover 

Ms. Carolyn G. Harper 

Mrs. Ruth Hill 

Mrs. Judith H. Houston 

Mr. Harry Jackson 

Ms. Veronika o. Jenke 

Ms. Teresa Johnson 

Mrs. Eileen Jones 

Mr. Peter Kibbee 

Ms. Betty J. Lathern 

Mr. Edward P. Lawson 

Dr. Thomas E. Lowderbaugh 

Ms. Eleanor McMillan 

Mr. John Meehan 

Ms. Carolyn Mills 

Ms. Susan Mond 

Mr. Bruce Morrison 

Ms. Lauranne C. Nash 

Mr. Stephen Ostrander 

Ms. Lucia Pierce 

Mr. Alan Postlewaite 

Ms. Arlene Reiniger 

Mr. Argelis Roman 

Mr. John C. Rumm 

Ms. Barbara Russell 

Ms. Bernaderte Schadewald 

Mrs. Magdalene C. Schremp 

Ms. Lisa M. Stevenson 

Mr. Theodore Taranovski 

Mr. William G. Tompkins 

Dr. Wilcomb E. Washburn 

Ms. Esther Washington 

Ms. Betty J. Wingfield 



Smithsonian Luncheon 
Group 

Frank N. Ikard, Chair (deceased) 

Mrs. Tyler Abell 

Mr. Joe L. Allbritton 

Mr. Martin Atlas 

Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon 

Mr. Albert J. Beveridge III 

Hon. Robert O. Blake 

Ms. Janet H. Brown 

Mr. Winthrop N. Brown 



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Mr. Louis W. Cabot 

Mr. Carroll J. Cavanagh 

Hon. John E. Chapoton 

Mr. Roger A. Clark 

Mr. W. Graham Claytor, Jr. 

Mr. Milo G. Coerper 

Mr. Kent T. Cushenberry 

Mr. J. Edward Day 

Mrs. Charles J. DiBona 

Mrs. Robert W. Duemling 

Mr. LeRoy Eakin III 

Mr. George M. Elsey 

Mr. Norman Farquhar 

Mr. Reed M. Fawell III 

Mr. Robert W. Fleming 

Mr. Lee Merritt Folger 

Hon. Rockwood H. Foster 

Mr. David R. Gergen 

Hon. Gerard A. Gesell 

Mr. John Gibson 

Mr. Jackson B. Gilbert 

Mr. Philip L. Gore 

Mr. Rufus K. Griscom 

Mr. Pattick W. Gross 

Mr. George W. Grosz 

Mr. George E. Hamilton III 

Rev. John C. Harper 

Mr. John W. Hechinger, St. 

Mrs. Richard Helms 

Mr. Luther H. Hodges, Jr. 

Mr. Fisher Howe 

Mrs. Paul Ignatius 

Mrs. F. W. M. Janney 

Mrs. Donald Jeffries 

Mr. Freeborn Jewert, Jr. 

General P. X. Kelley, USMC Ret. 

Hon. Randolph A. Kidder 

Hon. Edward G. Lewis 

Mr. J. Robert MacNaughton 

Mrs. John Macomber 

Mr. Martin F. Malarkey, Jr. 

Mr. J. T. Martin, Esq. 

Hon. George C. McGhee 

Monsignor Joseph Joshua Mundell 

Mr. Pattick Munroe 

Mr. William S. Norman 

Mr. MandellJ. Ourisman 

Lt. Col. Norman S. Portenoy, USAF Ret. 

Hon. S. Dillon Ripley II 

Hon. Paul G. Rogers 

Mr. John W.Rollins, Jr. 

Mr. Christopher S. Sargent 

Mr. B. Francis Saul II 

Dr. Jayne B. Spain 

Mr. Samuel B. Stertett 



Mr. Henry M. Strong 

Mr. Edward C. Sylvestor, Jr. 

Mr. James McK. Symington 

Hon. James W. Symington 

Mrs. Russell E. Train 

Mr. Peter van Roijen 

Count Wilhelm Wachtmeister 

Mr. Anthony Welters 

Mr. George Y. Wheeler, III 

Mr. Wesley S. Williams, Jr. 

Hon. Edward F. Wilson 

Admiral Jerauld Wright 



Smithsonian National 
Board 

Mt. Lloyd G. Schermer, Chair 

Active Members 

Mr. Philip F. Anschutz 

Mrs. Robert M. Bass 

Mr. George B. Bingham, Jr. 

Mr. W.J. Bowen 

Mr. Dan W Burns 

Mrs. Cummins Catherwood, Jr. 

Mr. Ivan Chermayeff 

Mr. Jeffrey A. Cole 

Mr. Thomas G. Cousins 

Mrs. George C. Dillon 

Mr. Peter E. Haas, Sr. 

Mr. John M. Harbert III 

Mr. Gerald D. Hines 

Mr. Frank W Hoch 

Mr. S. Charles Kemp 

Mr. Thomas M. Keresey 

Mr. Robert V. Lindsay 

Mrs. Bruce K. MacLaury 

Mr. Alexander K. McLanahan 

Mr. Antony M. Merck 

Mrs. Anne Murray Morgan 

Mr. John W Morrison 

Dr. George E. Mueller 

Mr. Jack S. Parker 

Mr. Thomas J. Prirzker 

Dr. Alvin N. Puryear 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sacklet 

Mr. Leveo V. Sanchez 

Mr. Charles W. Schmidt 

Dr. Ivan Selin 

Mrs. E. Maynard Smith 

Mt. A. Alfred Taubman 



Mrs. James M. Walton 
Mr. John C. Whitehead 
Mrs. Gay F. Wray 
Mr. T. Evans Wyckoff 

Honorary Members 

Mr. William S. Anderson 

Mr. Richard P. Cooley 

Mr. Joseph F. Cullman III 

Mr. Charles D.Dickey, Jr. 

The Honorable Leonard K. Firestone 

Mr. Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. 

Mr. W L. Hadley Griffin 

The Honorable William A. Hewitt 

Mr. James M. Kemper, Jr. 

Mr. Seymour H. Knox III 

Mr. Lewis A. Lapham 

The Honorable George C. McGhee 

Justice Sandra D. O'Connor 

The Honorable S. Dillon Ripley II 

Mr. Francis C. Rooney, Jr. 

The Honorable Thomas J. Watson, Jr. 

Resource Members 

Mr. S. Charles Kemp 
Mr. Thomas M. Keresey 
Mr. Alexander K. McLanahan 
Mr. Charles W. Schmidt 



Steering Committee of the 
American Indian Council 



Ms. Liz Hill, President 

Ms. Helen Morrill, Treasurer 

Mrs. Carol S. Nottingham, Secretary 

Mr. Jerry E. Williamson, Vice President 

Ms. Pablita T. Abeyta 

Ms. Alyce Sadongei 

Mr. Robert W Tenequer 

Ms. Marjorie R. Wilkov 



Task Force on Cultural 
Pluralism 



Archie BufTkins, Chair 
Mr. James C. Early 



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Mr. Prosser Gifford 
Mr. Roger Mandle 



Women's Committee of the 
Smithsonian Associates 



Mrs. Bruce K. MacLaury, Chair 
Mrs. J. Edward Day, Vice-Chair 
Mrs. Arthur K. Mason, Secretary 
Mrs. Doniphan Carter, Treasurer 

Active Members 

Mrs. David C. Acheson 

Mrs. Martin Atlas 

Mrs. James M. Beggs 

Mrs. George Bush 

Mrs. H. Hollister Cantos 

Mrs. Frank B. Clay 

Mrs. Brian Collins 

Mrs. Thomas B. Cookerly 

Mrs. William Gruman Cox 

Mrs. Thomas Edward Crocker 

Mrs. Fritz Daguillard 

Mrs. Avery C. Faulkner 

Mrs. Bernard Fensterwald, Jr. 

Mrs. William F. Gorog 

Mrs. Patrick W. Gross 

Mrs. Karl G. Harr.Jr. 

Mrs. Henry L. Heymann 

Mrs. Stanford R. Hicks 

Mrs. Vernon Wilson Holleman, Jr. 

Mrs. Richard C. Hotvedt 

Mrs. Enid T Johnson 

Mrs. James M. Johnston III 

Mrs. G.W. Kauffmann 

Mrs. Clinton W. Kelly III 

Ms. Polly Krieger 

Mrs. Keith M. Lindgren 

Mrs. William S. Mailliard 

Mrs. Alexander M. Maish 

Mrs. V. Cretella Mars 

Mrs. Lucio A. Noto 

Mrs. Horace White Peters 

Mrs. John Ely Pflieger 

Mrs. Charles L. Poor 

Mrs. Thomas Malcolm Price 

Mrs. C. Michael Price 

Mrs. S. Dillon Ripley II 

Mrs. Robert Edmund Rogers 

Mrs. Robert S. Ross, Jr. 

Mrs. William C. Rountree 



Mrs. Peter Talbot Russell 
Mrs. John A. Sargenr 
Mrs. Leonard Silverstein 
Mrs. Henry P. Smith III 
Mrs. Michael P.W. Stone 
Mrs. John S. Sullivan 
Mrs. Mark Sullivan III 
Mrs. Frank H. Talbot 
Mrs. Richard L. Thompson 
Mrs. Robert D. Van Roijen 
Mrs. Robert L.Walsh, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles Swan Weber 
Mrs. Edwin M. Wheeler 
Mrs. Thomas B. Wilner 
Mrs. Ellis Wisner 



Research 



Joint Committee of the 
Sponsoring Institutions of 
The Papers of Joseph Henry 



Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Dr. Herbert Friedman 
Dr. Charles Gillispie 
Dr. Robert S. Hoffmann 
Mr. David J. E. Saumweber 
Dr. Frederick Seitz 



National Zoological Park 
Resource Council 

Dr. David Challinor, Chair 

Council Members 

Mr. Peter C. Andrews 

Mr. Robert Bartlett 

Mrs. Jeannine Smith Clark 

Mr. George A. Didden III 

Mrs. Robert J. Dormer 

Mrs. Ruth S. Holmberg 

Ms. Laura Howell 

Mrs. Withrow Weir Meeker 

Mr. Richard Norman 

The Honorable S. Dillon Ripley II 

Mr. Jeffrey R. Short, Jr. 



Mr. Henry M. Strong 



Friends of the National 
Zoo(FONZ) Board of 
Directors 



Mr. Richard D. Buckner, President 

Mr. Peter C. Andrews 

Mr. William H. Berman 

Mr. Montgomery S. Bradley 

Mr. William C. Bryant 

Mrs. Josephine Burman 

Ms. Miriam Carmack 

Mr. George A. Didden III 

Mr. Timothy A. Dillon 

Mrs. Rockwood H. Foster 

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Frazier 

Mr. Thomas H. Goss 

Mr. William D. Hawkins III 

Mr. Patrick Healy III 

Dr. Stephen T. Hosmer 

Mr. Mitchell A. Johnson 

Ms. Suzanne Mink 

Dr. Roscoe M. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Nelson 

Mrs. Ine N. Noe 

Hon. Robert A. Peck 

Ms. Anne Shultz 

Dr. Ross B. Simons 

Mr. Kenneth Sparks 

Mr. Lee Sutherland 



Smithsonian Institution 
Archives and Special 
Collections Council 



Mr. William W. Moss, Chair 

Mrs. Rachel M. Allen 

Mr. James B. Byers 

Ms. Mary E. Case 

Ms. Cecilia A. Chin 

Ms. Susan Ewing 

Mr. John A. Fleckner 

Mr. Christraud Geary 

Mr. James R. Glenn 

Mrs. Susan Gurney 

Mr. Robert Harding 

Ms. Colleen A. Hennessey 



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Ms. Judith L. Luskey 
Mr. William L. Merrill 
Dr. Lillian B. Miller 
Mr. C. Jeffrey Place 
Mr. Marc Rothenberg 
Ms. Wendy Shay 
Mr. Ross B. Simons 
Dr. Barbara J. Smith 
Mr. Thomas F. Soapes 
Ms. Linda A. Thrift 
Mr. James H. Wallace, Jr. 
Ms. Courtney Wilkerson 
Dr. Judith K. Zilczer 



Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries Users Advisory 
Committee 



Dr. Barbara J. Smith, Chair 

Ms. Nancy L. Matthews, SI Liaison 

Mr. Spencer R. Crew 

Ms. Betsy Eisendrath 

Mr. Frank Ferrari 

Ms. Sally Maran 

Dr. Arthur P. Molella 

Mr. Victor G. Springer 



Museums 

Experimental Gallery 
Advisory Committee 



Dr. Amalia Mesa Bains 

Dr. Claudine Brown 

Ms. Kimberly Camp 

Ms. Amina Dickerson 

Ms. Elaine Heumann Gurian 

Dr. Ivan Karp 

Mr. Steven Levine 

Ms. Nilda Peraza 

Dr. Michael H. Robinson 

Mr. James Sims 

Mr. Ed Spriggs 

Dt. Jeffrey Stewart 

Dr. George Tressel 

Mr. Shawn Wong 



Anacostia Museum 
Board of Trustees 



Mrs. Cecelia Matthews, Chair 

Mrs. Helen Allen 

Mr. Stanley Anderson 

Mr. Grover Bulluck 

Ms. Irene Carter 

Mrs. Marie Dale 

Mrs. Alice B. Finlayson 

Mrs. Iris Harris 

Mrs. Concha Johnson 

Mr. Alton Jones 

Mrs. Theresa Jones 

Mrs. Delia Lowery 

Mr. David Lyons 

Mrs. Caryl Marsh 

Mrs. Alenitha J. Quails 

Mrs. Edith Shephard 



Archives of American Art 
Board of Trustees 



Officers 

Mrs. Otto L. Spaeth, Chairman Emeritus 
Mr. Richard J. Schwartz, President 
Mrs. Keith S. Wellin, Vice President 
Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro, Vice President 
Hon. Max N. Berry, Vice President 
Mrs. Dana M. Raymond, Secretary 
Mrs. Abbott K. Schlain, Treasurer 

Members 

Dr. Charles Blirzer 

Mr. Eli Broad 

Mr. Gerald Buck 

Ms. Gabriella De Ferrari 

Mrs. Francis de Marneffe 

Mr. Gilbert S. Edelson 

Mrs. Ahmet M. Ertegun 

Mrs. Arthur A. Feder 

Mr. Miles Q. Fiterman 

Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Mrs. Eugenio Garza Laguerra 

Mr. HughHalff.Jr. 

Mr. John K. Howat 

Dr. Helen I. Jessup 

Mr. Maurice H. Katz 



Mrs. Dwight M. Kendall 
Mr. Alan D. Levy 
Mr. Meredith J. Long 
Mr. Richard Manney 
Mr. Richard A. Manoogian 
Miss Julienne M. Michel 
Mrs. Meyer P. Potamkin 
Mrs. Richard Roob 
Mrs. John N. Rosekrans, Jr. 
Mr. Alan E. Schwartz 
Mr. A. Alfred Taubman 
Mr. R. Frederick Wool worth 

Honorary Trustees 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving F. Burton 
Mr. Howard W Lipman 
Mr. J. Russell Lynes (deceased) 
Mrs. Bertha Richards 

Founding Trustees 

Mr. Lawrence A. Fleischman 

Ex Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Dr. Milton Brown 



Archives of American Art 
Advisory Committees 

New England Regional Center 

Mr. Harley P. Holden, Chair 

Ms. Georgia Barnhill 

Mr. David S. Brooke 

Ms. Theresa Cederholm 

Mr. Wolfgang Freitag 

Mr. Edmund B. Gaither 

Mr. Hugh Gourley 

Mr. Elton W. Hall 

Ms. Patricia Hills 

Mr. Sinclair Hitchings 

Ms. Elizabeth Kornhauser 

Mr. William Lipke 

Ms. Laura Luckey 

Mr. Paul Master-Karnik 

Ms. Eva Mosely 

Mr. James M. O'Gorman 



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Mr. James M. O'Toole 

Mr. Elliot Offher 

Mr. Ronald Onorato 

Mr. Stephen Riley 

Mr. Daniel Rosenfeld 

Mr. Theodore Stebbins 

Ms. Susan Strickler 

Mr. Michael Wenrworth 

Ms. Margarer Craver C. Withers 

New York Regional Center 

Dr. Milton W. Brown, Chair 

Mr. William Agee 

Mr. Thomas M. Armstrong III 

Mrs. Ruth Bowman 

Ms. Anne d'Hamoncourt 

Mr. John Dobkin 

Ms. Linda S. Ferber 

Mr. William H. Gerdts 

Mr. Eugene Goossen 

Mr. John K. Howat 

Mr. James Humphry III 

Mr. Abram Lerner 

J. Russell Lynes (deceased) 

Mr. Porter A. McCray 

Prof. Barbara Novak 

Mr. Clive Phillpot 

Dr. Jules D. Prown 

Mr. William Walker 

Ms. H. Barbara Weinberg 

Mr. John Wilmerding 

Mr. William E. Woolfenden 

Southeast Regional Center 

Mr. Marc J. Pachter, Chair 

Hon. Max N. Berry 

Dr. Elizabeth Broun 

Ms. Lorraine Brown 

Mr. Paul Chestnut 

Mr. Nicolai Cikovsky 

Mr. Alan Fern 

Ms. Lois Fink 

Mr. William I. Homer 

Dr. Helen I. Jessup 

Mr. Bernard Mergen 

Mr. John Vlach 

Dr. Judith K. Zilczer 

Southern California Regional Center 

Mr. Henry Hopkins, Chair 
Mrs. Rurh Bowman 
Mr. Charles Desmarais 



Mr. Bram Dijkstra 
Ms. Bearrice Farwell 
Ms. Noriko Fujinami 
Ms. Constance Glenn 
Ms. Josine Ianco-Starrels 
Mr. Christopher Knight 
Mr. Richard Koshalek 
Ms. Susan Larsen-Martin 
Ms. Lizzetta LeFalle-ColIins 
Ms. Amy Meyers 
Ms. Marguerita Nieto 
Mr. Edward Nygren 
Mr. Earl A. Powell III 
Mr. Michael Quick 
Mr. Richard Candida Smith 
Mr. Maurice Tuchman 
Prof. Cecile Whiting 

West Coast Regional Center 

Dr. Whitney Chadwick, Chair 

Mr. Roger Birt 

Mr. Gerald D. Bolas 

Dr. Herschel Chipp 

Dr. Wanda M. Corn 

Dr. John Dillenberger 

Dr. Charles C. Eldredge 

Dr. Albert Elsen 

Mr. Harvey Jones 

Dr. John R. Lane 

Ms. Connie Lewallen 

Dr. Margaretta Lovell 

Dr. Harry S. Parker III 

Dr. Moira Roth 

Dr. Peter Selz 

Mr. Marc Simpson 

Mr. Patterson Sims 

Mr. Donald Stover 

Mr. Richard West 

Mr. Ian McKibbin White 



Arthur M. Sackler 
Visiting Committee 

Dr. Charles Blitzer, Chair 
Mrs. Cynthia Helms 
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan 
Mr. Porter A. McCray 
Mr. Henry Millon 
Hon. Norman Y. Mineta 
Dr. Edith Porada 
Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 



Dr. Yoshiaki Shimizu 

Mr. Michael R. Sonnenreich 



Freer Visiting Committee 

Mrs. Jackson Burke, Chair 
Mr. Willard G. Clark 
Prof. Marvin Eisenberg 
Mr. John Gilmore Ford 
Mrs. Katharine Graham 
Mr. Joseph E. Hotung 
Mrs. Gilbert Hart Kinney 
Dr. Sherman Lee 
Mr. Porter A. McCray 
Hon. Norman Y. Mineta 
Prof. Frederick W Mote 
Mrs. Daniel P. Moynihan 
Prof. Martin Powers 
Prof. John M. Rosenfield 
Dr. Priscilla Soucek 



Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design Board 
of Trustees 

Mr. Donald Bruckmann, Chair 
Mrs. Marietta Tree, Vice-Chair 
(deceased) 

Members 

Mrs. Karen Johnson Boyd 
Mrs. Joan K. Davidson 
Ms. Joanne F. du Pont 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Mr. Harmon H. Goldstone 
Mr. August Heckscher 
Mr. Kenneth Miller 
Mr. Arthur Ross 
Mr. Robert Sarnoff 

Honorary Member 

Mr. J. Russell Lynes (deceased) 

Ex Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 



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Hirsbborn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden Board of 
Trustees 



Secretary Robert McC. Adams 

Mr. Edward R. Broida 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Buck, Jr. 

Ms. Peggy C. Davis 

Mr. Jerome L Greene 

Ms. Agnes S. Gund 

Mr. Robert Lehrman 

Mr. Sydney Lewis 

Hon. William H. Rehnquist 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum 



National Air and Space 
Museum Advisory Board 

Mr. Theodore C. Barreaux 
Lt. Gen. August M. Cianciolo 
Vice Adm. Martin H. Darnell 
Vice Adm. Richard F. Dunleavy 
Mr. Barry L. Harris 
Mr. Samuel W. Keller 
General Merrill A. McPeak 
Mr. Peter F. Schabarum 
Mr. James Thompson 
Lt. Gen. Duane A. Wills 

Research Advisory Committee 

Dr. Lew Allen 
Prof. Henry Bauer 
Dr. Robin Brett 
Dr. Herbert Friedman 
Admiral Noel Gayler 
Prof. James R. Hansen 
Prof. Otto Mayer 
Prof. John Morrow 
Prof. Alex Roland 
Ms. Helen W. Samuels 
Prof. Joseph Veverka 
Ms. Joan Warnow 

Collections Management Advisory 
Committee 

Mr. Don Cumberland 
Mr.JackHilliard 



Dr. Richard Kohn 
Ms. Marie C. Malaro 
Mr. Ed McKellar 
Mr. Dennis Parks 
Ms. Helen W. Samuels 
Mr. Alfred J. Shortt 
Ms. Joan Warnow 

Public Programming Advisory 
Committee 

Dr. Hans O. Andersen 

General Benjamin O. Davis, USAF Ret. 

Mr. Thomas Hoving 

Ms. Linda M. Johnson 

Mr. Loujs R. Purnell 

Mr. Harold K. Skramstad, Jr. 

Mr. Michael Spock 

Dr. Sondra Gayle Stein, Ph.D. 

Ms. Marie Tibor 

Dr. Mitchell Waldrop 



National Museum of 
African Art Commission 

Mr. Robert H. Nooter, Chair 
Mrs. Frances Humphrey Howard, 

Vice-Chair 
Mr. James L. Hudson, Vice-Chair 
Mr. Charles B. Benenson 
Hon. John Conyers, Jr. 
Prof. David C. Driskell 
Mr. John A. Friede 
Mrs. Helen Kuhn 
Mr. Brian S. Leyden 
Dr. Michael L. Lomax 
Mr. Robin B. Martin 
Hon. Frank E. Moss 
Mrs. Frieda Rosenthal 
Prof. Robert Farris Thompson 
Hon. Walter E. Washington 

Ex Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 



National Museum of 
American Art Commission 



Mr. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr., Chair 

Mr. Ronald D. Abramson, Vice-Chair 

Members 

Mr. Norman Bernstein 
Mr. Frederick Brown 
Mr. Wendell K. Castle 
Mr. Edwin I. Colodny 
Dr. Wanda M. Corn 
Mr. Thomas G. Cousins 
Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 
Mrs. Daniel Fraad 
Dr. Phillip Frost 
Mrs. Johnson Garrett 
Mr. Jacob Lawrence 
Mr. Melvin Lenkin 
Mr. Jacques E. Lennon 
Mr. Owen M. Lopez 
Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 
Mr. Charles Parkhurst 
Mr. Frank K. Ribelin 
Mr. Richard J. Schwartz 

Ex Officio Members 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. James T. Demetrion 

Emeritus Members 

Mr. Walker Hancock 
Mr. Charles Sawyer 



Center for Advertising 
History Board 



Mr. Herbert Baum 
Mr. Howard Bell 
Mr. Earle Palmer Brown 
Ms. Carolyn Carter 
Mr. S. Watson Dunn 
Mr. Amil Gargano 
Mr. Roy Grace 
Mr. DeWitt Helm 
Ms. Caroline Jones 
Mr. Alexander S. Kroll 



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Mr. Joseph Landy 
Mr. Hilary Lipsitz 
Mr. Ross L. Love 
Mr. Norman Muse 
Mr. William O'Barr 
Mr. John E. OToole 
Mr. Jerry Siano 



National Postal Museum 
Coordinating Committee 

Mr. Anthony M. Frank 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Mr. Roger G. Kennedy 
Mr. Gordon C. Morison 
Mr. Robert Setrakian 
Ms. Nancy D. Suttenfield 



National Museum of the 
American Indian Board of 
Trustees 



Mr. Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., Chair 

Mr. Vine Deloria, Jr., Vice-Chair 

Dr. Ernest L. Boyer 

Hon. Barber B. Conable, Jr. 

Ms. Suzan Shown Harjo 

Dr. Norbert S.Hill, Jr. 

Dr. Frederick E. Hoxie 

Hon. Daniel K. Inouye 

Dt. Jennie Joe 

Mrs. Julie Johnson Kidd 

Dr. Clara Sue Kidwell 

Dr. N. Scott Momaday 

Mr. Curt Muser 

Mr. Waldemar A. Nielsen 

Ms. Janine Pease-Windy Boy 

Mr. David Rockefeller 

Dr. Helen M. Scheirbeck 

Dr. David Hurst Thomas 

Hon. Thomas R. White 

Dr. Rosita Worl 



National Museum of 
Natural History National 
Council 



Mr. Robert H. Malott, Chair 

Mr. Henry Loomis, Vice-Chair 

Ms. Juanita P. Baranco 

Mr. Xuan Chi Diep 

Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich 

Mr. John S. Hendricks 

Mr. David M. Hicks 

Mrs. Jean Lane 

Mr. John C. Meeker 

Mr. Jeffrey W. Meyer 

Dr. Homer A. Neal 

Dr. David R. Pilbeam 

Hon. S. Dillon Ripley II 

Mr. Ambassador Nicolas M. Salgo 

Mr. Donald M. Simmons 

Dr. James W. Valentine 

Dr. Warren H. Wagner, Jr. 

Dr. David B. Wake 

Mr. Milton H. Ward 

Mr. Ronald H. Winston 

Dr. E-an Zen 

Ex-Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Dr. Frank H. Talbot 



National Portrait Gallery 
Commission 



Mrs. Jeannine Clark, Chair 
Mr. Thomas M. Evans 
Dr. Stephen Jay Gould 
Ms. Marta Istomin 
Prof. David Levering Lewis 
Prof. R. W. B. Lewis 
Hon. Robert B. Morgan 
Prof. Barbara Novak 
Dr. Frank Stanton 

Ex Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 

Mr. J. Carter Brown 

Hon. William H. Rehnquist 



Public Service 

National Science Resources 
Center Advisory Board 

Dr. David Sheetz, Chair 

Dr. Bruce M. Alberts 

Dr. Albert Baez 

Ms. Ann P. Bay 

Ms. DeAnna Banks Beane 

Mr. F. Peter Boer 

Ms. Martha A. Darling 

Dr. Hubert Dyasi 

Dr. James Ebert 

Mr. Douglas E. Evelyn 

Mr. Samuel Fuller 

Mr. Charles Hardy 

Dr. Martin Harwit 

Dr. Robert M. Hazen 

Dr. Robert S. Hoffmann 

Ms. Ann Kahn 

Mr. Manert Kennedy 

Ms. Sarah Lindsey 

Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy 

Ms. Phyllis Marcuccio 

Dr. Lynn Margulis 

Mr. William McCune, Jr. 

Dr. Philip Morrison 

Ms. Phylis Morrison 

Dr. Philip Needleman 

Dr. Jerome Pine 

Dr. Frank Press 

Dr. Wayne Ransom 

Dr. Peter Raven 

Ms. Lynn Strieb 

Dr. Melvin Webb 

Ms. Karen Worth 

Ex Officio Members 

Robert McC. Adams, Secretary, 

Smithsonian Institution 
Mr. James C. Early, Assistant Secretary 

for Public Service, Smithsonian 

Institution 
Mr. Philip Smith, Executive Officer, 

National Academy of Sciences 



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Folklife Advisory Council 

Prof. Richard Bauman, Chair 

Dr. Roger Abrahams 

Dr. Henry Glassie 

Dr. Rayna Green 

Mr. John Langston Gwaltney 

Dr. Charlorte Heth 

Dr. Adrienne Kaeppler 

Dr. Ivan Karp 

Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon 

Mr. John Tchen 

Dr. Carlos Velez-Ibanez 



Folkways Advisory Board 

Mr. Michael Asch 
Ms. Marilyn Averett 
Mr. Ossie Davis 
Mr. Mickey Hart 
Mr. Rene Lopez 
Ms. Carol Robertson 
Mr. Pete Seeger 
Ms. Toshi Seeger 



Affiliated 
Organizations 

The John F. Kennedy 
Center for the Performing 
Arts Board of Trustees 

Honorary Chairmen 

Mrs. George Bush 
Mrs. Ronald W. Reagan 
Mrs. Jimmy Carter 
Mrs. Gerald R. Ford 
Mrs. Richard M. Nixon 
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson 
Mrs. Aristotle Onassis 

Officers 

Mr. James D. Wolfensohn, Chair 
Mr. James H. Evans, Vice-Chaar 



Hon. Leonard L Silverstein, Vice-Chair 
Mrs. Jean Kennedy Smith, Secretary 
Ms. Charlotte A. Woolard, Assistant 

Secretary 
Mr. King Lowe, Treasurer 
Mr. Henry M. Strong, Assistant 

Treasurer 
Mr. Kenneth M. Kaufman, General 

Counsel 
Mr. William Becker, Associate Counsel 

Members Appointed By The 
President Of The United States 

Mr. Philip F. Anschucz 
Mrs. Bennett Archambault 
Mrs. Howard H. Baker, Jr. 
Mrs. William Cafritz 
Mr. Ralph P. Davidson 
Mr. Kenneth M. Duberstein 
James. H. Evans 
Mrs. Max M. Fisher 
Mr. Robert Fryer 
Mrs. Joseph B. Gildenhom 
Mr. Lone] Hampton 
Mrs. William Lee Hanley, Jr. 
Mrs. Dina Merrill Hartley 
Mrs. Helen Joan Holt 
Ms. Caroline Rose Hunt 
Mrs. Earle M. Jorgensen 
Mr. Donald M. Koll 
Hon. Melvin R. Laird 
Mrs. J. Willard Marriott, Sr. 
Mrs. Abraham A. Ribicoff 
Mrs. Joy A. Silverman 
Leonard L. Silverstein 
Jean Kennedy Smith 
Mr. Roger B. Smith 
Mr. Dennis Stanfill 
Hon. Roger L Stevens 
Mr. Jerry Weintraub 
Hon. Charles Z. Wick 
James D. Wolfensohn 

Members Ex Officio Designated By 
Act Of Congress 

Hon. Louis W. Sullivan 
Hon. Lamar Alexander 
Hon. Henry E. Catto, Jr. 
Hon. Edward M. Kennedy 
Hon. George J. Mitchell 
Hon. Mark O. Hatfield 
Hon. Joseph M. McDade 
Hon. Charles Wilson 



Hon. Sidney R. Yates 
Hon. Sharon Pratt Dixon 
Robert McC. Adams 
Dr. James H. Billington 
Mr. J. Carter Brown 
Hon. James M. Ridenour 

Founding Chairman 
Roger L Stevens 

Honorary Trustees 

Hon. Ralph E. Becker 
Mrs. John Clifford Folger 
Hon. J. William Fulbright 
Mrs. Albert D. Lasker 
Mrs. Catherine Filene S ho use 
Mr. Lewis R. Wasserman 
Mr. Lawrence J. Wilker 



National Gallery of Art 
Board of Trustees 



Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, Chair 
Mr. Alexander M. Laughlin 
Mr. Robert H. Smith 
Mr. John R. Stevenson, Esq. 
Mrs. Ruth Carter Stevenson 

Ex Officio 

Hon. William H. Rehnquist, Chief 

Justice of the Supreme Court of the 

United States 
Hon. James A. Baker III, Secretary of 

State 
Hon. Nicholas F. Brady, Secretary of the 

Treasury 
Robert McC. Adams, Secretary of the 

Smithsonian Institution 



National Gallery of Art 
Trustees Council 



Mr. John C. Whitehead, Chair 
Ms. Lois de Menil, Vice-Chair 
Mr. Perry R. Bass 



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Mr. Robert M. Bass 

Mr. Donald M. Blinken 

Mr. Edward W. Carter 

Mr. Carroll J. Cavanagh 

Mr. James T. Dyke 

Mr. Edward E. Elson 

Mr. Roberr F. Erburu 

Mr. Thomas M. Evans 

Mr. John C. Fontaine 

Mr. John R. Gaines 

Mrs. Jo Ann Ganz 

Mrs. Evelyn D. Haas 

Mr. Gordon Hanes 

Mrs. W. Averell Harriman 

Lore Heinemann 

Mr. R. L. Ireland III 

Mr. George F. Jewett, Jr. 

Mrs. Ruth C. Kainen 

Mr. Stephen M. Kellen 

Mr. Peter Kimmelman 

Mr. Richard A. Kirstein 

Mr. Leonard A. Lauder 

Mrs. Judith W. Laughlin 

Mr. Sydney Lewis 

Mr. Richard A. Manoogian 

Mr. Frederick R. Mayer 

Mrs. Louise Mellon 

Dr. Franklin D. Murphy 

Mr. Raymond D. Nasher 

Ms. Diana Prince 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 

Mr. James S. Smith 

Mr. Benjamin F. Stapleton III 

Ms. Eleanor Wood-Prince 

Mr. Dian Woodner 

Trustees Ex Officio 

Hon. William H. Rehnquist, Chief 

Justice of the Supreme Court of the 

United States 
Hon. James A. Baker III, Secretary of 

Stare 
Hon. Nicholas F. Brady, Secretary of rhe 

Treasury 
Robert McC. Adams, Secretary of the 

Smithsonian Institution 



Reading Is Fundamental, 
Inc. Board of Directors 



Mrs. Elliot Lee Richardson, Chair 
Mrs. Ruth Graves, President 
Mr. Edward A. Fox, Vice President 
Mr. Samuel B. Ethridge, Secretary 
Mrs. Jean Head Sisco, Treasurer 

Board of Directors 

Ms. Loretta Barrett 
Mt. Leo Beebe 
Mr. Daniel Burke 
Mr. James C. Curvey 
Ms. Patricia Diaz Dennis 
Mr. Lloyd Derrickson 
Mr. Robert S. Diamond 
Mr. Charles Harris 
Mrs. Ruth S. Holmberg 
Mrs. Kathryn W. Lumley 
Dr. Florerta McKenzie 
Mr. Edward J. Meade, Jr. 
Ms. Lois D. Rice 
Mrs. Lynda Johnson Robb 
Mr. Arthur H. White 

Advisory Council 

Mrs. George Bush, Honorary Chair 

Mr. Robert McC. Adams 

Mr. Arthur Ashe, Jr. 

Ms. Letitia Baldridge 

Mrs. Evan Bayh 

Mrs. Daniel Boorstin 

Mr. Jack Brown, Esq. 

Mrs. Jessica Oveta Catto 

Mr. Charles A. Cumello 

Mr. Jimmy Dean 

Mr. Robert G. Diforio 

Mrs. Barbara J. Easterling 

Mr. Edward E. Elson 

Mr. Julian T. Euell 

Mr. Walter A. Haas, Jr. 

Mr. Andrew Heiskell 

Mr. Lee Iacocca 

Mr. W. Thomas Johnson 

Dr. Elizabeth Karnes 

Ms. Ann Landers 

Ms. Natalie Lang 

Ms. Ann R. Leven 

Mr. Vincent MacDonnell 

Hon. Robert S. McNamara 



Dr. Peter P. Muirhead 
Mr. Steven S. Reinemund 
Mr. Eugene F. Rowan, Esq. 
Mrs. Andy Stewart 
Mr. Alberto Vitale 
Mr. Donald Wilson 
Ms. Oprah Winfrey 



Woodrow Wilson 
International Center for 
Scholars Board of Trustees 

Mr. William J. Baroody, Jr., Chair 

Mr. Dwayne O. Andreas, Vice-Chair 

Hon. Lamar Alexander 

Mr. J. Burchenal Ault 

Hon. James A. Baker III 

Mr. Theodore C. Barreaux 

Dr. James H. Billington 

Hon. Henry E. Catto, Jr. 

Mrs. Lynne V. Cheney 

Dr. Gertrude Himmelfarb 

Mr. Eli Jacobs 

Mr. JohnS. Reed 

Mr. William L Saltonstall 

Hon. Louis W. Sullivan 

Mr. John H. Sununu 

Mr. Robert H. Tuttle 

Mr. Don W Wilson 



Woodrow Wilson 
International Center for 
Scholars Council 



Mr. Stanley R. Klion, Chair 

Mr. Charles F. Barber 

Mr. Conrad Cafritz 

Mr. Edward W. Carter 

Mr. Peter B. Clark 

Hon. William T Coleman, Jr. 

Hon. Kenneth Dam 

Mr. Michael D. DiGiacomo 

Mr. Robert R. Harlin 

Hon. William A. Hewitt 

Mr. James H. Higgins 

Mr. Eric Hotung 

Mr. Donald M. Kendall 

Mr. Christopher Kennan 



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Mr. Franklin A. Lindsay Mr. C. Peter McColough Mr. Raja W. Sidawi 

Mr. Sol M. Linowitz Ms. Martha T. Muse Mr. Robert R. Slaughter 

Mr. Minoru Makihara Mr. David Packard Mr. S. Bruce Smart, Jr. 

Mr. Plato Malozemoff Mr. L Richardson Preyer 

Mr. Edwin S. Marks Mr. Robert L. Raclin 



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Appendix 3 

Academic, Research Training, 
and Internship Appointments 
and Research Associates in 
Fiscal Year ippi 



The first section of this Appendix lists recipients of 
fellowships and other appointments awarded to schol- 
ars and advanced students under the auspices of the 
Office of Fellowships and Grants. Students and mu- 
seum professionals who held internships or partici- 
pated in special projects administered by the Office 
of Museum Programs are listed in the second section. 
The third section contains a listing of Smithsonian 
Research Associates. 



Academic and Research 
Training Appointments 

The Smithsonian offers, through the Office of Fellow- 
ships and Grants, research and study appointments to 
visiting scientists, scholars, and students. The ap- 
pointees are provided access to the Institution's facili- 
ties, staff expertise, and reference resources. The persons 
listed in this Appendix assumed their appointments be- 
tween October I, 1990, and September 30, 199 1, and 
have been in residence for three months or longer. Pre- 
doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows, Visiting Scientists or 
Scholars, and other awardees and participants in special 
programs are so listed. Also noted for each fellow or visi- 
tor are the institution where each received, or expects to 
receive, a degree or the home university or institution; a 
brief description of the project undertaken at the 
Smithsonian; the name of the Smithsonian advisor, and 
dates of residency. 



Robert Davis, Faculty Fellow, Tuskegee Institute. "Embryo 
Transfer in Large Exotic Felidae (Cats)," with David Wildt, 
from June 1, 1991 to September 30, 1991. 

Theodore Grand, Visiting Scientist, Washington, D.C. "Pat- 
terns of Muscular Growth in the African Bovidae," with 
Edwin Gould, from October 1, 1990 to March 31, 1992. 

Muralidharan Kasinathan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Indian Insti- 
tute of Science, India. "Population Genetics of Captive 
Asian Elephants," with Chris Wemmer, from January I, 
1991 ro December 31, 1991. 

Judirh Rhymer, Visiting Scientist, Florida State University. 
"Genetic Variation Within and Among Three Neotropical 
Migrant Warbler Species," with Robert Fleischer, from Sep- 
tembet 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Bridget J. Srutchbury, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. 
"Brighr Coloration and Status Signalling in Female War- 
blers," wirh Eugene Morton, from October 1, 1990 to Sep- 
tember 30, 1991. 

Cheryl Tarr, Graduate Srudent Fellow, Universiry of North 
Dakota. "Geographic Variation in Mitochondrial DNA in 
the Common Amakihi (Hemignathus virens)," with Robert 
Fleischet, from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Richard H. Wagner, Postdoctoral Fellow, Universiry of Ox- 
ford, England. "Extra-Pair Copulations and the Evolution 
of Colonialiry: The Role of Females," with E.S. Motton, 
from May 15, 1991 to May 14, 1992. 

Paul Weldon, Research Development Fellow, University of 
Tennessee. "Responses by Zoo Predators to Chemicals from 
Reptiles," with Dale Marcellini, from January 1, 1991 to De- 
cember 31, 1991. 



Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 



Javier Alcolea, Visiting Scientist, Univetsidad Autonoma de 
Madrid, Spain. "Masers in the Envelopes of Late-type 
Stars," with Karl Menten from April 1, 1991 to March 31, 
1992. 

Maria Victoria Alonso, Visiting Student, Observatorio Nacio- 
nal (BRAZIL). "Surface Photometry of Galaxies to Map the 
Peculiar Velocity Field in the Equatorial Region," with 
David Latham, from August 14, 1991 to Decembet 15, 1991. 

Joaquim A2Con-Bieto, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University 
of Barcelona, Spain. "Effects of Atmospheric COi on Plant 
Respiration," with Bert G. Drake, from June 20, 1991 to 
September 20, 1991. 

Yehuda Band, Visiting Scientist, Ben-Gurion University. 
"Nonlinear optical processes for multimode radiation 



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fields," with Alexander Dalgarno, from August I, 1991 to 
May 31, 1992. 

Zdenek Ceplecha, Visiting Scientist, Czechoslovak Academy 
of Sciences. "Atmospheric Fragmentation of Meteroids," 
with Brian Marsden, from July 4, 1991 to April 26, 1991. 

Allan Shi-Chung Cheung, Visiting Scientist, University of 
Hong Kong. "Predissociation line widths of the Schumann- 
Runge bands of O z molecule," with W.H. Parkinson, from 
July 7, 1991 to August 21, 1991. 

Robert Danen, SAO Predoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia. "Mid-Infrared Imaging of Compact Sources," with E. 
Bloemhof, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Robert Donahue, SAO Predoctoral Fellow, New Mexico State 
University. "Differential Rotation in a Sample of Cool 
Stars," with Sallie Baliunas, from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 
1992. 

John Dubinski, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto. 
"Galaxy Formation: Dark Halos and the Formation and Dy- 
namics of Galaxies," with W. Press from September 9, 1991 
to September 8, 1993. 

Robert Forrey, SAO Predoctoral Fellow, University of Dela- 
ware. "Calculation of Bethe Logarithms" with A. 
Dalgarno, from September I, 1991 to February 28, 1992. 

Daniel O. Gomez, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Buenos 
Aires, Argentina. "Dynamical Processes in the Solar Co- 
rona," with Petrus Martens and Leon Golub, from October 
1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Jose Gomez, Predoctoral Fellow, Universidad de Granada, 
Spain. "Radioastronomy," with, from October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1992. 

Mercedes Gomez, Predoctoral Fellow, National University of 
Cordoba. "A Proper Motion Survey of Post-T Tauri Stars in 
the Taurus-Auriga," with, from October 1, 1990 to August 
31. 1991- 

Shawn Gordon, SAO Predoctoral Fellow, University of New 
Mexico. "Long-Term Evolution of Supernova Remnants," 
with John Raymond, from July 21, 1991 to July 20, 1992. 

Saiyid Hasan, Visiting Scientist, Indian Institute of Astro- 
physics. "Radiative Transfer in Intense Flux Tubes on the 
Sun," with Wolfgang Kalkofen, from August 1, 1991 to Jan- 
uary 31, 1992. 

Roderick Jensen, Visiting Scientist, Yale University. "Quan- 
tum Chaos," with A. Dalgarno, from September I, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 

Victor H.S. Kwong, Visiting Scientist, University of Nevada. 
"Measurement of A-values with the Ion Trap and Laser Fa- 
cilities," with W.H. Parkinson, from August 1, 1991 to Jan- 
uary 31, 1992. 

Jane Luu, Postdoctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology. "The Primitive Bodies of the Solar System," 
with Irwin Shapiro, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 
1992. 

Maxim Markevich, International Exchange Visitor, Space Re- 
search Institute. "Fluctuations Imprinted by Hot Gas in 
Clusters of Galaxies on the Cosmic Background Radia- 



tion," with William Forman, from October 22, 1990 to 
April 22, 1991. 

P.M. Mathews, Visiting Scientist, University of Madras. "For- 
mulation of the Elastogravitational Equations of Motion 
for the Earth in the Presence of Dissipation," with Irwin 
Shapiro, from July 21, 1991 to March 30, 1992. 

Vincent Mclntyre, Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellow, Univer- 
sity of Wollongong. "Extended Bursts of Star Formations 
in Irregular and Ring Galaxies," with John Huchra, from 
November 1, 1990 to October 31, 1992. 

Jerry Mitrovica, Visiting Scientist, University of Toronto. 
"Very-Long-Baseline Interferometry and Earth rheology," 
with James Davis, from March 1, 1991 to September 30, 
1991. 

John Morrison, Visiting Scientist, University of Louisville. 
Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics," with A. 
Dalgarno, from September I, 1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Herve Partouche, Visiting Student, Ecole Normale Superie- 
ure, Paris. "Study of atomic procession millikelvin tempera- 
tures beginning with the spin charge in alkali metals," 
with A. Dalgarno, from January 1, 1991 to June 30, 1991. 

Leandros Perivolaropoulos, Postdoctoral Fellow, Btown Uni- 
versity. "Macrophysics of Toplogical Defects," with G. 
Field, from September 1, 1991 to October 31, 1993. 

Vladimir Popov, Visiting Scientist, Institute for Theoretical 
and Experimental Physics, Moscow. "Theoretical Atomic 
and Molecular Physics," with Alexander Dalgarno, from 
September 24, 1991 to October 23, 1991. 

Michael Punch, Predoctoral Fellow, University College, 

Belfield. "Application of Transputer-Based Parallel Process- 
ing in Gamma-Ray Astronomy," with Trevor Weekes, from 
October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Somak Raychaudhury, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Cambridge. "A Study of the Extragalactic Distance Scale 
and the Large-scale Distribution of Galaxies in the Uni- 
verse," with J. Huchra, from September 17, 1991 to Septem- 
ber 16, 1993. 

Mary Beth Ruskai, Visiting Scientist, Univetsity of Lowell. 
"Wavelets in Atomic and Molecular Physics," with A. 
Dalgarno, January 1, 1991 to May 31, 1991. 

Dimitar Sasselov, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto. 
"Study of Problems in Solar and Stellar Physics," with Andrea 
K. Dupree, from October 1, 1990 to Septembet 30, 1992. 

Tony C. Scon, Visiting Scientist, University of Waterloo. 
"Using the Polarization Wave Function for Systematically 
Calculating the Exchange Enetgies (due to symmetty) in 
Molecular," with A. Dalgarno, from September I, 1991 to 
August 31, 1992. 

T.A.A. Sigut, SAO Predoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto. 
"Electron Impact Excitation of Mgl and II," with A. 
Dalgarno, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

David Syer, Visiting Student, University of Cambridge. "Stel- 
lar Dynamical Aspects of Problems Involving Massive 
Black Holes," with George Field, from September 1, 1991 to 
May 31, 1992. 



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Guoqiang Tang, Visiting Scientist, Chalmers University of 
Technology, Sweden. "Study of Millisecond Pulsars in 
High-Precision Astronomy," with James Moran, from De- 
cember 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 

Jathindas Tharamel, ITAMP Predoctoral Fellow, University of 
New Hampshire. "Theoretical Physics," with A. Dalgarno, 
from Septembet 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Richard H. Tipping, Visiting Scientist, University of Ala- 
bama. "Theoretical Problems in Molecular Spectroscopy," 
with A. Dalgarno, from September 1, 1991 to January 31, 
1992. 

Han Uitenbroeck, Visiting Student, University of Utrect, 
Netherlands. "Computer Modeling Calculations of Spectral 
Line Formation in the Solar Atmosphere," with Eugene 
Avrett, from June 1, 1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Terry Whitaker, Visiting Student, University of Arizona. "Air 
Shower Array and Data Analysis for Gamma Ray Sources," 
with Trevor Weekes, from June 1, 1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Zheng Xing-Wu, Visiting Scientist, Nanjing University. 
"VLA and VLBI observational programs," with James 
Moran, from July 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Janusz Zielmski, Visiting Scientist, Polish Academy of Sci- 
ences, Poland. "Comparison of Mapping methods, Sarellite- 
to-Satellite Doppler Tracking Technique and Gradiometer," 
with Enrico Lorenzini, from Septembet 1, 1991 to Novem- 
ber 30, 1991. 



Hanne Rasmussen, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Copenhagen, Denmark. "Importance of Mycorrhiza for 
Growth and Reproductive Success of Terrestrial Orchids 
with Different Life-History Strategies," with Dennis 
Whigham, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

L David Smith, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland, 
College Park. "Sexual Selection and Mating System of the 
Blue Crab, Callinecta sapidm Rathbun," with Anson Hines, 
from February 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Nancy Staub, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "The Relationship Between Sexual Dimorphism 
and Steroid Levels in the Salamander genus Aneides," with 
James Lynch, from April I, 1991 to August 31, 1991. 

Guy Thompson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge University. 
"The Indirect Effects of Cd on Salt Marsh Plant Patho- 
gens, Herbivores, and Decomposers," with Bert Drake, 
from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Zhigang Wang, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cam- 
bridge, England. "Population Ecology of Epifagus virgini- 
ana," with Dennis Whigham, from October 1, 1990 to 
Septembet 30, 199L 

Jaques R. White, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Mary- 
land, Cambridge. "Seasonal Variability in Trophic Level Ex- 
ploitation by Estuarine Zooplankton," with D. Wayne 
Coats, from July 1, 1991 to July i, 1992. 



Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center 



Martin L. Cipollini, Postdoctoral Fellow, Rutgers University. 
"Costs of Reproduction, Resource Allocation, and Selective 
Abortion in Lindera benzoin," with Dennis Whigham and 
James Lynch, from May 1, 1991 to April 30, 1992. 

John R. Dolan, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland, 
College Park. "Carbon Flux in the Rhode Rivet Estuary: 
the Relationship between Metazoan Zooplankton and the 
Microbial Loop," with Charles Gallegos, from August 1, 
1991 to July 31, 1992. 

Richard Everett, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "Project 1: An Experimental Study of the Effect of 
the Introduced Bivalve Rangia cuneata on the Structure 
and Dynamics of an Infaunal Community," with Gregory 
Ruiz, from September I, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Daniel Niven, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Illinois. "The 
Role of Neighbors in the Habitat Selection of a Neotropi- 
cal Avian Migrant," with James F. Lynch, from May 1, 1991 
to April 30, 1992. 

Kevin Peters, Visiting Student, University of Maryland. "An 
Analysis of Prey-Patch Choices of the Cucumber Rock 
Crab, Cancer irroratui," with Anson Hines, from July 1, 1991 
to May 31, 1992. 



Smithsonian Institution Archives 



Mark V Barrow, Jr., Graduate Student Fellow, Harvard Uni- 
versity. "The Social, Institutional, and Intellectual History 
of North American Ornithology, 1880 to 1930," with Wil- 
liam A. Deiss, from June 4, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Daniel Goldstein, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Iowa. 
"The Place of Midwestern Academies of Sciences in the 
Natural Scientific Communiry, 1850-1900," with Pamela 
Henson, from January 4, 1990 to September 30, 1990. 



Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 



Gregory H. Adler, Postdoctoral Fellow, Boston University. 
"Perturbation Analysis of Tropical Rodent Populations," 
with S. Joseph Wright, from October 1, 1990 to March 31, 
1992. 

Patricia Backwell, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Wirwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. "Aspects of 
Male Spacing and Calling Persistence in Some Neotropical 
Anurans," with A.S. Rand, from April 1, 1991 to April 30, 
1992. 



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Eddar Brunetti, Short Term Fellow, Universidad Simon Boli- 
var. "Genetic and Morphological Variation in Tubastrt (An- 
thozzooa, Scleractinia), from both Sides of the Isthmus of 
Panama," with H. Lessios, E. Bermingham, from October 
21, 1990 to January 21, 1991 and from February 5, 1991 to 
May 5, 1991. 

Mark Bush, STRI Postdoctoral Fellow, Ohio State University. 
"Environmental Ecological History of Panama Including 
Anthropogenic Influences on Ecosystems," with Paul Col- 
invaux, from September 6, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Justine Cru2, Short-term Fellow, Duke University. "Bird, Bee- 
tle, Paca and Plant Interactions on the Small Island of 
Gatun Lake," with Joseph Wright, from Septembet 1, 1991 
to November 30, 1991. 

Janna Ellingson, Short-term Fellow, University of Texas. "Evo- 
lution of Visual Communication in a Diurnal Gecko: Color 
and its Role as a Social Signal, with Standly Rand, May 20, 
1991 to August 15, 1991. 

Manuel Guariguata, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Me- 
chanical Damage and the Recruitment of Tree Saplings in a 
Tropical Moist Fotest," with Alan P. Smith, from July 1, 
1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Preston Hardison, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Washington. "Variation in Sex Allocation in the Lantern 
Bass Settanus baldwini," with Ross Robertson, from June 1, 
1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Edward A. Herre, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Iowa. 
"Molecular Phylogenies of New and Old World Figs, 
Wasps, and Nematodes," with E. Bermingham and Donald 
Windsor, from May 1, 1991 to April 30, 1991. 

Michael Kaspari, Short-term Fellow, University of Arizona. 
"Patchiness in Tropical Litter Ants," with Donald Windsor, 
from June 1, 1991 to August 31, 1991. 

Juan Laurentino Mate, Short Tetm Fellow, University of Pan- 
ama. "Variations in Zooxanthelen Concentrations of Differ- 
ent Species of Hermatypic Corals," with Dt. H. Lessios, 
from Octobet 15, 1990 to January 15, 1991. 

Ann Oliver, Short-term Fellow, Duke University. "Hormonal 
Control of Social and Reproductive Status in Simultaneous 
Hermaphrodites of the Genus Serranus (Perciformes: 
Serranidae)," with Ross Robertson, from Septembet 1, 1991 
to October 31, 1991. 

Yves A. Roisin, Postdoctoral Fellow, Univetsity of Brussels, 
Belgium. "Caste Systems in Neotropical Nasutitermitinae: 
Ecology and Evolution," with Mary Jane Eberhard, from 
December 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Kyle Summers, Postdoctotal Fellow, University of Michigan. 
"The Evolution of Female Parental Care in Dart-Poison 
Frogs," with A. Stanley Rand, from June 15, 1991 to June 

14. I99i- 

Michael Swajne, Andrew W Mellon Fellow, University of Ab- 
erdeen. "Soil Seed Bank Dynamics," with Alan Smith, from 
January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1993. 

Leeanne Tennant, Short-term Fellow, Harvard University. "In- 
vestigations of the Effects of Ecological Factots on Faculta- 



tive Ant-Plant Mutualism," with Donald Windsor, from 
September 16, 1991 to November 20, 1991. 
Denise Thorin, Short Term Fellow, Universidad de las Andes, 
Columbia. "Growth and Carbon Translocation Under Het- 
erogeneous Light Conditions in the Clonal Herb Geophila 
rapens" with Dr. A. Smith, from October 1, 1990 to January 

31. 1991- 
Ana Cristina Villegas, Short-term Fellow, University of Mis- 
souri. "Effects of Water and Light Availability on the 
Source Sink Relationship amoung Parental Clone and 
Emerging Ramet of Aarmia magdalemu and its Significance 
on Establishment," with Alan Smith, from May 15, 1991 to 
August 15, 1991. 



Museums 

Archives of American Art 

Avis Betman, Visiting Scholar, New York, New York. "Whis- 
tler and the World of Letters: A Study of James McNeill," 
with Richard Wattenmaker, from July 1, 1991 to March 1, 
1992. 



Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 



Kathleen Ryor, Predoctoral Fellow, New York University. 
"The Art of Xu Wei (1521-1593) and Its Place in the His- 
tory of Ming Painting," with Shen C.Y. Fu, from Septem- 
ber 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 



Freer Gallery of Art 



Barbara Ventresco, Visiting Scholar, Philadelphia, Pennsylva- 
nia. "Technical Examining of Abbott Thayer's Painting's," 
with Linda Merrill, from November I, 1990 to December 
3', 1991- 



Conservation Analytical Laboratory 

Cathrine Anderson, Postgtaduate Conservation Fellow, Win- 
terthur/University of Delaware. "The Care of Architectural 
Collections in the National Museum of Ametican History," 



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with Martin Burke, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 
1991. 

Richard Barden, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, State Uni- 
versity of New York at Buffalo. "Desalination of Clazed Ce- 
ramics," with W. Thomas Chase and Paul Jett, from 
September 23, 1991 to September 22, 1992. 

Martine Barras, Mid-Career Conservation Fellow, Geneva, 
Switzerland. "Solvent Effects on Paint Flow, with Emphasis 
on the Study of Water Based Soaps and Gels," with Jia-sun 
Tsang, from December 1, 1990 to Novembet 30, 1992. 

Petar D. Glumac, Postdoctoral Fellow, Univetsity of Califor- 
nia, Berkeley. "The Raw Materials Basis of Incipient Metal- 
lurgy in Prehistoric Southeast Europe," with James 
Blackman, from November 1, 1990 to October 31, 1991. 

James Feathers, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washing- 
ton. "Determining Prehistoric Firing Temperatures of Low 
Fired Ceramics From Southeast Missouri," with Pamela 
Vandiver, from Septembet 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Mark Fenn, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, University of 
Delaware. "Archaeological Conservation" with Carol 
Gtissom, from September 2, 1991 to September 1, 1992. 

Christa Hofmann, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts, Vienna. "American Conservation Prac- 
tices and Ethics," with Dianne van der Reyden, from 
October 15, 1990 to October 14, 1991. 

Jessica Johnson, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Institute 
of Archaeology, London. "Consolidation of Archaeological 
Bone," with Natalie Fitnhaber and Greta Hansen, from Oc- 
tober 3, 1991 to September 2, 1992. 

Eric Lang, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, University of 
Wales, Cardiff. "Space Suits: Effects of Oxidation on the 
Crytallization of Rubber," with Edward McManus, from 
September 3, 1991 to Septembet 2, 1992. 

Paul Messier, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, State Univer- 
sity College at Buffalo. "The Effects of Water on Albumen 
Photographs; Washing and Drying of Paper," with Timo- 
thy J. Vitale, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Erike Mosier, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Queen's Uni- 
versity, Kingston, Ontario. "Solvent Treatment of Selected 
Chromolithographic Papers," with Dianne van der Reyden, 
from September 16, 1991 to September 15, 1992. 

Michael O'Malley, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, 

Queen"s University, Kingston, Ontatio. "Study of Work by 
19th Century American Artist, William Page," with 
Stefano Scafetta and Ann Creager, from October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 

K Aslihan Yener, Visiting Scientist, Bosphorous University, 
Istanbul. "Lead Isotope Analysis of Eastern Mediterranean 
Artifacts and Black Sea Otes: Production and Exchenge 
3800-1500 B.C.," with W Thomas Chase and Edward V. 
Sayre, from January I, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 



Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design 



James Elliott Benjamin, Peter Krueger-Christie's Fellow, Cor- 
nell University. "Don Wallance: The Designer as Industrial 
Craftsman," with David McFadden, from September 1, 1991 
to August 31, 1992. 

Bruce Hannah, Designer-in-Residence, Chair of Industrial De- 
sign, Ptatt Institute. "You Ate A Designer" programs for 
school audiences were developed with Dorothy Dunn, from 
June 1, 1991 to December 30, 1991. 



National Air And Space Museum 



Yanping Chen, NASM International Fellow, Geotge Washing- 
ton University. "History of the Chinese Space Program," 
with Frank Winter, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 
1992. 

Michael Dennis, Guggenheim Postdoctoral Fellow, The Johns 
Hopkins University. "A Change of State: Technical Practice 
and Politics at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory and 
the Johns Hopkins Applied," with David DeVotkin, from 
Octobet 15, 1990 to October 14, 1991. 

Deborah Douglas, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. "Airports and American Urban Development Befote 
World War II," with Tom Crouch and Dominick Pisano, 
from August 15, 1991 to August 14, 1992. 

Alexandet P. Drozhilov, NASM International Fellow, USSR 
Academy of Sciences. "Genesis and Development of Ameri- 
can Supersonic Transport," with Von Hardesty, from July I, 
1991 to September 30, 1991. 

Joann Eisberg, Guggenheim Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard 
University. "Anglo-American Observers and Theorists and 
the Development of Early 20th Century Stellar Models," 
with David DeVorkin, from October 1, 1990 to September 
30, 1991. 

Sharon Helsel, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia. "Herman Kahn's Rhetoric of Uncertainty," with Mar- 
tin Collins, from July 1, 1991 to Septembet 6, 1991. 

Nick Komons, A. Verville Fellow, Potomac, Maryland. "The 
Air Traffic Controllers Sttike of 1981," with Thomas 
Crouch, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Eric Lang, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, University of 
Wales, Cardiff. "Space Suits: Effects of Oxidation on the 
Crytallization of Rubber," with Edward McManus, from 
September 3, 1991 to Septembet 2, 1992. 

Kathleen Nicoll, Graduate Student Fellow, Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege. "Analysis o( Inactive Spring Deposits as a Base for 
Paleoclimatic Interpretation: Recognition and Location of 
Fossil Spring Travertine Using," with Ted Maxwell, from 
June 1, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 



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Claudio Segre, Lindbergh Chair, University of Texas at Aus- 
ton. "Italian Aviation with Emphasis on the Career of G. 
Doubet," with Von Hardesty and Dom Pisano, from Sep- 
tember i, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

S. Fred Singer, Visiting Scholar, University of Virginia. "Space 
History," with David DeVotkin, from January 2, 1991 to 
April 30, 1991. 

Viktor Sokolsky, NASM International Fellow, USSR Academy 
of Sciences. "The Progress of Rocketry and Space Science 
Technology in Different Countries," with Von Hardesty, 
from July 1, 1991 to September 30, 1991. 

Francesco Scratelk, NASM International Fellow, University of 
Lecce. "The Interaction Between Stars and Circumstellar 
Medium," with Howard Smith, from October 1, 1990 to 
December 22, 1990. 

Jacob Vander Meulen, NASM International Fellow, Univer- 
sity of Toronto. "Building Airpower: The American Air- 
craft Industry Durring WWII," with Von Hardesty and 
Dom Pisano, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1993. 

Charles Woodward, Faculty Fellow, University of Rochester. 
"Studies of the Spatial Distribution of Infrared [Fe II] Emis- 
sion in External Galaxies," with M.A. Greenhouse, from 
September 15, 1991 to November 14, 1991. 



National Museum of African Art 

Vincent Boulore, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Paris I, France. "Les Masques Baoule: Une Double 
Approche Comparative (Baule Masks: A Double Compara- 
tive Approach)," with Philip Ravenhill, from June 1, 1991 
to August 9, 1991. 

Jean Graham Fritts, Graduate Student Fellow, Oxford Univer- 
sity. "Islamic Architecture in East Afric: Some Anthropo- 
logical Considerations Dealing with the Nature of the 
Built Environment," with Philip Ravenhill and Massumeh 
Farhad, July 15, 1991 to September 20, 1991. 

Patrick R. McNaughton, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Indiana 
University. "What Can Art Possibly Mean?: An Examina- 
tion of Form in Africa and Beyond," with Roy Sieber, from 
March 1, 1991 to February 29, 1992. 

Dafton Njuguna, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles. "The Physical and Aesthetic Organiza- 
tion of the Transhumant and Built Environment in 
Northern Kenya," with Roy Sieber, from June 20, 1991 to 
August 29, 1991. 

Clarke Speed, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Washington, 
Seattle. "African Aesthetics as Philosophies of Power," with 
Roy Sieber and Philip Ravenhill, from September 15, 1991 
to Septembet 14, 1992. 



National Museum of American Art 



Christine Bell, Predoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University. 
"A Family Conflict: Visual Imagery of the Home Front in 
Depictions of the American Civil War," with Wendy Wick- 
Reaves and William Truettner, from September 16, 1991 to 
March 15, 1992. 

Dorinda Evans, Visiting Scholar, Emory University. "Gilbert 
Stuart: The Making of An Image," with William Truettnet, 
from June 3, 1991 to August 30, 1991. 

Douglas Hyland, Senior Visiting Scholar, Birmingham Mu- 
seum of Art. "Albert Bloch (1882-1961)," with Lois Fink, 
from September 1, 1991 to February 29, 1992. 

Susan L.F. Issacs, Renwick Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Pennsylvania. ""Authenticity' and Tradition": The Meaning 
of Hand-made Objects in Contemporary Society," with Mi- 
chael Monroe, from April 15, 1991 to March 15, 1992. 

Laura Katzman, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Artist 
as Photographer: The Photographic Vision of Ben Shahn, 
1930-1960," with Virginia Mecklenburg, from September 
1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Theresa Leininger, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Afri- 
can American Artists in Paris, 1922-1932," with Lois Fink, 
from August 1, 1991 to July 31, 1992. 

Carol M. Osborne, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanfotd Uni- 
versity. "American Artist in Spain, 1860-1910," with Lois 
M. Fink, from February i, 1991 to April 30, 1991. 

Michael O'Malley, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Queen's 
University, Kingston, Ontario. "Study of Work by 19th 
Century American Artist, William Page," with Stefano 
Scafetta and Ann Creager, from October 1, 1990 to Septem- 
ber 30, 1991. 

Annie Storr, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Delaware. "Ut 
Pictura Rhetorica: Classical Humanism, The Art of Rheto- 
ric, and the Origins of American Values in the Visual Arts 
1765— 1835," with Lois Fink, from Septembet 15, 1991 to Sep- 
tember 14, 1992. 

Alan Wallach, Visiting Scholat, William and Mary College. 
"The View from the Top: Thomas Cole and the Rise of the 
Panoptic Sublime," and a catalog essay Cole exhibition at 
the NMAA, with William Truettner, September 1, 1991 to 
May 31, 1991. 



National Museum of American History 



Cathrine Anderson, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Win- 
terthur/University of Delaware. "The Care of Architectural 
Collections in the National Museum of Ametican History," 
with Martin Burke, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 
1991. 



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Elizabeth F. Arroyo, Graduate Student Fellow, Columbia Uni- 
versity. "Antebellum Yeoman Farmers of East Tennessee," 
with Pete Daniel, from June 15, 1991 to August 23, 1991- 

Jane S. Becker, Predoctoral Fellow, Boston University. "Sell- 
ing Tradition: Southern Appalachian Culture and Con- 
sumer America, 1929-42552," with Charles McGovern and 
Pete Daniel, from June 10, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Nancy D. Bercaw, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. "The Politics of Household: Domestic Battlegrounds 
in the Struggle for Freedom in the Yazoo- Mississippi 
Delta, 1850-1880," with Susan Myers, from April 15, 1991 to 
March 14, 1992. 

Amy S. Bix, Predoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University. 
"A New Deal For Science: Government Perspectives on Sci- 
ence and Technology," with Arthur Molella, from Septem- 
ber 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Cynthia Blair, Graduate Student Fellow, Harvard University. 
"Modernizing Womanhood: Race, Class, and Gender Be- 
tween the Wars," with Chatles McGovern, from June 10, 
1991 to August 16, 1991. 

Oscat Campomanes, Ptedoctoral Fellow, Brown University. 
"Orientalized Filipinos and American Orientalists at the 
Turn of the Century," with Gary Kulik and Charles McGov- 
ern, from September 15, 1991 to May 15, 1992. 

John Cheng, Predoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "Amazing, Astounding, Wonder: Popular Sci- 
ence, Culture, and the Emergence of the Science Fiction 
Magazine in the United States, 1926-1938," with Arthur 
Molella and Charles McGovern, from September 1, 1991 to 
August 31, 1992. 

Hans-Liudger Dienel, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Munich, Germany. "Refrigeration in Germany and the US, 
1870-1930," with Steve Lubar, from July 29, 1991 to Octo- 
ber 8, 1991. 

Benjamin Filene, Graduate Student Fellow, Yale University. 
"Defining an American Heritage: Moses Asch, John and 
Alan Lomax, John Hammond, and the Construction of an 
American Folk-Music Tradition," with Anthony Seeger and 
Charles McGovern, from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Randy Finley, Ptedoctoral Fellow, University of Arkansas. 
"Changes and Continuities in Structures of Daily Life: A So- 
cial History of Reconstruction in Arkansas," with Pete Dan- 
iel, from August 1, 1991 to July 31, 1992. 

Brett Gary, Faculty Fellow, Univetsity of Pennsylvania. "The 
Wartime Mobilization of Intellecrual and Institutional Re- 
sources in the United States, 1939-1946," with Pete Daniel, 
from August 14, 1991 to August 13, 1992. 

Carolyn Goldstein, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Dela- 
ware. "Mediating Consumption: Home Economics and the 
Making of the American Consumer, 1900-1940," with Ste- 
ven Lubar, from September 1, 1991 to August 8, 1992. 

Daniel Goldstein, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "The 
Place of Midwestern Academies of Science in the National Sci- 
entific Community, 1850-1900," with Pamela M. Henson and 
G. Terry Sharrer, from January 7, 1991 to August 16, 1991. 



Ian L. Gotdon, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Rochester 
"Comics and Consumption: The Visual in American Cul- 
ture, 1890-1955," with Charles McGovern, from July 1, 1991 
to June 30, 1992. 

Mary Ann Hellrigel, Graduate Student Fellow, Case Western 
Reserve University. "The State of Art?: Electricity at the 
Paris Universal Exposition of 1900," with Bernard Finn, 
from September 9, 1991 to November 15, 1991. 

Thomas MacCracken, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Chi- 
cago. "The Viola da Gamba and Its Makers, 1500-1900," with 
James Weaver, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

David Morton, Graduate Student Fellow, Georgia Institute of 
Technology. "European-American Technology Transfer and 
the History of Magnetic Recording," with Elliot Sivowitch, 
from July 1, 1991 to September 6, 1991. 

Rodney Olsen, Visiting Scholar, Arlington, Vitginia. "The Vi- 
sual Culture of Civilized Morality," with Susan Myets, from 
July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Richard Powell, Graduate Student Fellow, College of William 
and Mary. "American Carriage and Sleigh Design," with 
Paul Johnston, from June 1, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Douglas Rossinow, Predoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity. "The New Left in America: Cultural Context and 
Local Development," with Edith Mayo, from August 1, 
1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Marguerite Shaffer, Graduate Student Fellow, Harvard Univer- 
sity. "See America First: The Rise of Tourism in the United 
States," with Charles McGovern, from June 2, 1991 to Au- 
gust 10, 1991. 

Bryant Simon, Graduate Student Fellow, Universiry of North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill. "Politics and Power in the New 
Deal Era: South Carolina, 1930-1941," with Pete Daniel, 
from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Btett Steele, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Minne- 
sota "Pressure Vessels: Overcoming the Conflict Between 
Safery and Performance," wirh William Worthington, from 
June 12, 1991 to August 21, 1991. 

Thomas Summerhill, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
California, San Diego. "The Farmers' Vision: Agrarian Pro- 
test and the Capitalist Transformation of Upstate New 
York, 1840-1990," with Gary Kulik, from January 1, 1991 to 
March 12, 1991. 

Yuzo Takahashi, Visiting Scholar, Tokyo University of Agri- 
culture and Technology. "History of High Voltage Powet 
Transmission," with Bernard Finn, from August 1, 1991 to 
July 31, 1992. 

Tracey Weis, Predoctoral Fellow, Rutgets University. "The Re- 
construction of Domestic Labor and Domesticity in Rich- 
mond, Virginia, 1850-1880," with James Horton, from 
Septembet 3, 1991 to September 2, 1992. 

Sara E. Wermiel, Graduate Student Fellow, Massachusetts In- 
stitute of Technology. "Development of Fireproof Construc- 
tion Technology in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth 
Centuries," with Steven Lubar, from December 17, 1990 to 
February 25, 1991. 



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Elizabeth White, Graduate Student Fellow, Yale University. 
"Sentimental Entrepreneurs: Profit and the Cultural Rheto- 
ric of the Middle Class, 1840-1890," with Charles McGov- 
ern, from September 16, 1991 to November 22, 1991. 



National Museum of Natural History 



M. Adimado Aduayom, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Sorbonne, 
Paris, France. "Atlantic Trade and Cultural Evolution in 
the Bight of Benin: 16th— 19th Centuries," with Mary Jo 
Arnoldi, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Fernando Alvarez, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Maryland, College Park. "Parasitic Castration in Crabs and 
the Evolution of Increased Virulence," with Anson Hines, 
from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991 . 

Kristina Arnold, Visiting Student, Indiana University. 
"Giveaway Ceremony of the Plains," with JoAllyn 
Archambault, from June 3, 1991 to August 16, 1991. 

Susan Bandoni, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of New Mex- 
ico. "Phylogenetic Analysis of the North American 
Planorbidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Basommatophora)," 
with Robert Hershler, from August 1, 1991 to July 31, 1992. 

Nestor Basso, Visiting Scientist, National Univerity of La 
Plata, La Plata, Argentina. "The Phylogenetic Relation- 
ships with the Tematobine Frogs (Leptodactylidae)," with 
W. Ronald Heyer and George R. Zug, November 1, 1990 to 
November 1, 1991. 

Douglas Begle, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan. 
"Intra-relationships of the Argentoid Fishes with an Analy- 
sis of Reductive Evolution," with Stanley Weitzman, from 
September 15, 1991 to September 14, 1992. 

Carlo Bonfiglioli, Graduate Student Fellow, Escuela Nacional 
de Antropologia e Histotia, Mexico. "Pharisees and 
Matachines in the Sierra Tarahumara: Symbolic Appropria- 
tion of the Dances of the Conquest," with William L. Mer- 
rill, from January I, 1991 to March 12, 1991. 

Eve Boucaud-Camou, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University 
of Caen, France. "Feeding and Digestion in Paralarval 
Cephalopods," with Clyde Roper, from October 1, 1990 to 
February 2, 1991. 

Brunella Bowditch, Visiting Scientist, Alexandria, Virginia. 
"Application of RAPD Technology to Biological Questions 
Involving Angiosperms," with Elizabeth Zimmer, from Au- 
gust 1, 1991 to January 31, 1992 and February 1, 1991 to June 
30, 1991. 

Robyn Burnham, SWAMP Visiting Scientist, "Source and 
Distribution of Drifted Fruits and Seeds on Twin Cays and 
Surrounding Mangrove Islands," with Scott L Wing, from 
May 1, 1991 to September 30, 1991. 

Julia Butterfield, Graduate Student Fellow, City University of 
New York. "The Colonizing Camera: Representations of 



British India and the 19th Century Photograph," with 
Paula Fleming, from June 10, 1991 to August 16, 1991. 
Zhongyuan Chen, Postdoctoral Fellow, East China Norman 
University. "Holocene Delta Sedimentary Processes: A 
Comparative Study Between the Yangtze and the Nile," 
with Daniel J. Stanley, from October 15, 1990 to February 

'5. 1992- 

Gregory W. Courtney, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Al- 
berta, Canada. "Morphology and Systematica of the 
Nymphomyiidae (Insecta: Diptera)," with Wayne N. 
Mathis, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Melanie DeVore, Graduate Student Fellow, Ohio State Univer- 
sity. "Phylqgenetics of Calyceraceae," with Vicki Funk, 
from July 1, 1991 to September 6, 1991. 

Susan Diduk, Postdoctoral Fellow, Indiana University. "Twin- 
ship, Agriculture, and Local Knowledge: The Socializing of 
Agricultural Production," with Mary Jo Arnoldi, from Sep- 
tember 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Jay Fikes, Postdoctotal Fellow, University of Michigan. 
"Sttess and Development in Huichol Indian Ritual and 
Cosmology," with John Homiak and William Srurtevant, 
from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Natalia Florenskaya, International Exchange Visitor, Zoological 
Institute, Leningrad. "Scientific Illustration," with Elaine R.S. 
Hodges, from March 1, 1991 to September 1, 1991. 

George C. Frison, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Michigan. "Changing Relationships in Archaic and Late 
Paleoindian Subsistence Between Foothill/Mountain and 
Open Plains Cultural Groups," with Dennis J. Stanford, 
from February 1, 1991 to April 30, 1991. 

Jean Fritts, Graduate Student Fellow, Oxford University, En- 
gland. Islamic Architecture in East Africa: Some Anthropo- 
logical Considerations Dealing with the Nature of the 
Built Environment," with Philip Ravenhill, from July I, 
1991 to September 6, 1991. 

Mario Giaramita, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia-Davis. "Tectonic Implications of the Geochemistry of 
Greenstone Blocks in the Franciscan Complex and Pillow 
Basalts of Coast-Range Ophiolites," with Glenn J. Mac- 
Pherson, from September 1, 1991 to October 1, 1992. 

Anthony C. Gill, Postdoctoral Fellow, the Australian Mu- 
seum. "Taxonomic revision of the Gobioid Fish genus 
Xenisthmus, with a Phylogentic and Biographic Analysis 
of the Xenisthmidae," with Victor G. Springer and G. 
David Johnson, from January 15, 1991 to January 14, 1992. 

Lynn Gillespie, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Davis. "A Phylogenetic Study of the Gnetales Based on 
Morphological and Molecular Characters," with Elizabeth 
Zimmer and Scott Wing, from September 15, 1991 to Sep- 
tember 14, 1992. 

Antony Harold, Postdoctoral Fellow, Memorial University of 
Newfoundland. "Phylogenetic Relationships of the 
Gonostomatid and Photichthyid Fishes (Teleostei: 
Stomiiformes)." with Stanley Weitzman, from December 1, 
1990 to November 30, 1992. 



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Elizabeth M. Harris, Postdoctoral Fellow, Louisiana State Uni- 
versity. "Applied Ontogenetic Studies of the Heliantheae 
(Asteraceae)," with Vicki Funk, from February i, 1991 to 
February 29, 1992. 

Alan W. Harvey, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Arizona. 
"Settlement and Metamorphosis Cues in Hermit Crabs," 
with Mary E. Rice, from July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 

Winston Hide, Postdoctoral Fellow, Temple University. "A 
Molecular-Phylogenetic Analysis of the Sea Stars," with 
David Pawson, from April 1, 1991 to March 31, 1992. 

Bert W. Hoeksema, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ledien, 
The Netherlands. "Ecofunctional Morphology of Free-Liv- 
ing Scleractinia: A Phylogenetically Based Comparative 
Morphometric Analysis," with Stephen Cairns, from Octo- 
ber 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 

Gustavo Hormiga, MCSE Curatorial Fellow, University of 
Maryland. "Systematics of Linyphiidai (Araneau)" with Jon- 
athan Coddington, from October 1, 1990 to September 30, 
1991. 

Carol Hotton, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Davis. "Phylogeny of Devonian Ptetidophytes and the Ori- 
gin of Major Vascular Plants Clades," with Francis Hueber, 
from September 15, 1991 to September 14, 1992. 

William B. Jaeckle, Postdoctoral Fellow, Universiry of South- 
ern California. "Determination of the Level of Nutritional 
Integration in Larvae of Benthic Marine Invertebrates," 
with Mary E. Rice, from February 1, 1991 to January 31, 
1992. 

Jessica Johnson, Postgraduate Conservation Fellow, Institute 
of Atchaeology, London. "Consolidation of Archaeological 
Bone," with Natalie Firnhaber and Greta Hansen, from Oc- 
tobet 3, 1991 to September 2, 1992. 

Elisabeth Kalko, Visiting Scientist, University of Tubingen. 
"Comparative Field Studies on the Echolocation and Hunt- 
ing Behavior of Neotropical Insectivorous Bats," with 
Charles Handley, from June 15, 1991 tojune 14, 1993. 

Mari Kallersjo, Postdoctoral Fellow, Universiry of Stockholm, 
Sweden. "Phylogenetic Studies Within the Asteridae Using 
Nuclear rRNA and RDNA Sequence Data," with Elizabeth 
Zimmer, from April 1, 1991 to October 1, 1992. 

Margaret Keenleyside, Graduate Student Fellow, McMaster 
University, Canada. "The Effects of European Contact on 
the Health of the Alaskan Eskimos and Aleuts as Reflected 
in theit Skeletal Remains," with Doug Owsley, from June 
3, 1991 to August 12, 1991. 

Steven Keffer, Postdoctoral Fellow, Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity. "What Can Male Genitalia Tell Us About the Evolu- 
tion of Waterscorpions (Heteroptera: Nepidae)?" with R. 
Froeschner and Thomas Henry, from September 1, 1991 to 
August 31, 1992. 

Gladys-Marie Fry, Faculty Fellow, Howard University. "In 
Them Days Everyone Wore Beads," with Theresa Single- 
ton, from May 1, 1991 to August 31, 1991. 

Jean Mariaux, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Neuchatel, 
Switzerland. "Molecular Systematics of the Nyctibiidae and 



other Caprimulgiformes Using Mitochondrial Cyt-b Se- 
quence Analysis," with Michael Braun, from April 1, 1991 
to October 1, 1992. 

Michael J. Mehlman, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Illinois. "East/Gentral Africa: Middle Stone Age Artifact 
Assemblages and Chronomettic Precision," with Alison 
Brooks, from September 1, 1991 to August 31, 1992. 

Jin Meng, Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University. "The 
Postcranial Skeleton of Lambdopsaris (Multitubetceilater 
Mammalia) and its Functional and Systematic Im- 
plications," with Robert Emry, from July 1, 1991 tojune 30, 
1992. 

Randall D. Mooi, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto, 
Canada. "Larval Development in the Genus Kali and the 
Role of Heterochrony in the Evolution of the Family 
Chiasmodontidae (Pisces: Petciformes: Blenniodi:," with 
G.D.Johnson, from January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

John D. Oswald, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University. 
"Phylogeny and Biogeography of Silky Lacewings (Insecta: 
Neuroptera: Psychopsidae)," with Oliver S. Flint Jr., from 
December 1, 1990 to November 30, 1991. 

Jose Luis Panero, Faculty Fellow, University of Miami. "Mor- 
phological Studies of Verbesina (Astetaceae: Heliantheae)," 
with Harold Robinson, from July 1, 1991 to August 2, 1991. 

Sergio J.N. Pellicer, Visiting Student, Universiry of Mary- 
land. "Ethnomusicology," with Robert Laughlin, from May 
15, 1991 to August 14, 1991. 

Jacinto Regalado, Jr., Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
California, Berkeley. "Taxonomic Study of the Philipine 
Species of Medinilla (Melastomataceae)," with Warren 
Wagner, from June 1, 1991 to August 31, 1991. 

Carl M. Reinschmidt, Graduate Student Fellow, Gottingen 
Universiry, West Germany. "Diachronical Ethnography of 
the Sauk Indians of Oklahoma, 1929-1989: Continuity and 
Change," with Ives Goddard, from October 1, 1990 to De- 
cember 15, 1990. 

Greg Rouse, Postdoctoral Fellow, Universiry of Queensland, 
Australia. "Reproductive Strucrures and the Taxonomy of 
the Sabellidae (Polychaeta)," with K. Fauchald, from Janu- 
ary 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Edmund Russell III, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Michi- 
gan. "War on Pests: Military Influences on Modern Pesti- 
cides," with Pete Daniel, from June 1, 1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Hector Severeyn, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Maryland, College Park. "Taxonomic Review and Phylog- 
eny of Polymesoda (Bivalvia-Corbiculidae)," with Thomas 
Waller, from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Joseph B. Slowinski, Pastdoctotal Fellow, University of 
Miami. "A Phylogenetic Analysis of the genus Bungarus 
(Serpentes: Elapidae) Using Osteological and Hemipenial 
Data," with Roy McDiarmid and George Zug, from Sep- 
tember 15, 1991 to September 14, 1992. 

James Smith, Visiting Scientist, University of Wisconsin- 
Madison. "Molecular Systematics of the Zingiberales," with 
John Kress, from March 15, 1991 to March 15, 1993. 



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Masaki Tikahishi, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow. "Comparative 
Srudy of Relationships Between Volcanism and Regional Tec- 
tonic Sttess Fields: Japanese Islands vs. the Western United 
States," with R.S. Fiske, from July i, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Edmund Tanner, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, The Botany 
School. "Research on the ecology of tropical forests in Car- 
ibbean and South America," with W. John Kress, from July 
I, 1991 to Decembet 31, 1991. 

Andre Uj, Visiting Scientist, University of Geneva. "Phyloge- 
netic Relationships within the Otdet Characiformes," with 
Richard Vari, from November 1, 1990 to Novembet 15, 1991. 

Petet Wagnet III, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Chi- 
cago. "Phylogenetic Analysis of the Early Paleozoic 
Pleurotomariina and Murchisoniina (Gastropoda)," with 
Douglas Erwin, from July 1, 1991 to September 6, 1991. 

Andtea Walton, Graduate Student Fellow, Columbia Univer- 
sity. "Alma Matet's Daughters: Women Anthropologists at 
Columbia University," with Deborah Warner, from June 3, 
1991 to August 11, 1991. 

Kenneth I. Watheit, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley. "Functional Morphology of the Shoulder 
and Wing in Wing-Propelled Diving Seabirds," with Rich- 
ard L Zusi, from March 1, 1991 to February 29, 1992. 

Andrew Warne, Visiting Scientist, University of North Caro- 
lina at Chapel Hill. "Fades Distribution and Paleography," 
with D.J. Stanley, from February 1, 1991 to January 31, 1992. 

Kelly West, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Arizona. 
"Resolution and Congruence of Paleon tological and Biolog- 
ical Data Sets in the Reconstruction of Tanganyikan Gastro- 
pod Phylogeny," with Richard Houbrick, from July 8, 1991 
to September 13, 1991. 

John Wise, Predoctoral Fellow, George Washington Univer- 
sity. "The Anatomy and Phylogeny of the Gastropod Fam- 
ily Pyramidellidae," with Richard S. Houbrick, from June 
1, 1991 to May 31, 1992. 

Lin Yonglie, Visiting Scientist, Academy of Sciences. "Mam- 
mals of South West China," with Chris Wozencraft, from 
April 1, 1991 to January 31, 1992. 



Norma S. Steinberg, Graduate Student Fellow, Boston Univer- 
sity. "William Gropper (1897-1977) and American Progres- 
sive Caricature," with Wendy Wick Reaves, from October 
9, 1990 to December 14, 1990- 



Public Service 



Office ofFolklife Programs 



Manuel F. Alemany, Visiting Student, University of Mary- 
land. "Ethnomusicology," with Anthony Seeget, May 15, 
1991 to August 14, 1991. 

Ernest Brown, Faculty Fellow, University of Washington. "Af- 
rican Inspirations: The Re-Africanization of American 
Music and Dance Since 1959," with Diana N'Diaye, from 
June 1, 1991 to July 31, 1991. 

Benjamin Filene, Graduate Student Fellow, Yale University. 
"Defining an American Heritage: Moses Asch, John and 
Alan Lomax, John Hammond, and the Construction of an 
American Folk-Music Tradition," with Anthony Seeger and 
Charles McGovern, from June 3, 1991 to August 9, 1991. 

Laura Larco-Gentile, Visiting Student, University of Mary- 
land. "Lowland South American Indian recordings and ma- 
terials," with Anthony Seeger, from May 15, 1991 to August 

14, 1991- 

Ashok Rajput, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Wash- 
ington. "Annotation and Documentation of Literature and 
Sound Recordings Related to Music of Pakistan," with An- 
thony Seeger, from July 1, 1991 to September 9, 1991. 

Yisa Yusuf, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Lagos, Ni- 
geria. "English and Yoruba Proverbs About Women: A 
Speech Act Study," with Peter Seitel, from July 1, 1991 to 
September 9, 1991. 



National Portrait Gallery 



David R. Brigham, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. "The Audience and Supporters of Charles Willson 
Peale's Philadelphia Museum, 1784-1827," with Lillian B. 
Miller, from April 15, 1991 to April 14, 1992. 

Charlotte Moore, Graduate Student Fellow, Boston Univer- 
sity. "The Art Gallery of The Metropolitan Fair, New York 
City, 1864," with Lillian Miller, from September 30, 1991 to 
December 6, 1991. 

William Oedel, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Mas- 
sachusetts, Amherst. "The Portraiture of John Vanderlyn," 
with Ellen Miles, from August 15, 1991 to June 15, 1992. 



Internships and Other 
Appointments 

The Smithsonian offers internships and other special ap- 
pointments to undergraduate and graduate students and 
to museum professionals. The interns included in this 
Appendix began their appointments between October I, 
1990, and September 30, 1991. Those who received spe- 
cial awards or participated in special programs are so 
listed. Wherever possible the home institution, a brief 
description of the project undertaken at the Smithson- 
ian, and the dates of service are given. 



H 



Office of the General Counsel 



National Zoological Park 



Agnes Tabah, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Assist the Office of the General Counsel and the Na- 
tional Museum of American History with the problem of 
unclaimed loans of objects, August 26, 1991 through De- 
cember 31, 1991. 



Research 

Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Research 



Eliza Hetherington, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton Univer- 
sity. Joseph Henry Papers Project, research and write a 
paper on Joseph Henry and religion and science during the 
19th century, June 3, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Silvia Simpson, Bachelors Candidate, University of Georgia. 
Joseph Henry Papers Project, research for Volume 7 of the 
Papers of Joseph Henry, June 26, 1991 through August 18, 
1991. 



International Center 



Yolani Aceituno, Bachelors Candidate, Augustana College. 
Smithsonian Man and the Biosphere, assist in preparation 
of the Uset Guide and Field Guide to the Bisley Biodivers- 
ity Plots, Luquillo Biosphere Reserve, Puerto Rico, which 
provide detailed information on the methodology used to 
set up the plot and maps of trees in it, June 10, 1991 
through August 12, 1991. 

Laura Miller, Bachelors Degree. Quincentenary Program, as- 
sist with planning the Quincentenary Program, June 24, 
1991 through August 30, 1991. 

John Phoenix, Bachelors Degree. Environmental Awareness, 
research, phone interviews, and information gathering on 
environmental issues that affect marine sysrems, June 3, 
1991 through March 9, 1991. 

Nadia Rabesahala, Masters Degtee. International Relations, 
enter information into the electronic database for the inter- 
national travel of SI staff members and certain foreign trav- 
elers to the Smithsonian, December 10, 1991 through June 
10, 1991. 

Luyi Shao, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington Univet- 
siry. Office of International Relations, background research 
on past visiting Chinese Scholar, May 15, 1991 through Au- 
gust 15, 1991. 



Tracy Anderson, High School Graduate. Golden Lion Tamarin 
Project, participant in "Intern 91" — observation and care of 
Golden Lion Tamarins, June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Amanda Burgener, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Education Office, museum education intern, 
January 7, 1991 through April 30, 1991. 

Kimberly Davis, Bachelors Candidate, Amherst College. 
Mammalogy, research to identify projects for environmen- 
tal enrichment for zoo animal habitats, June 3, 1991 
through August 2, 1991. 

Roderick Diggs, Bachelors Candidate, Texas A&M. Herpetol- 
ogy, study responses by predator zoo animals to natural 
chemicals in reptiles, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Patrick Fau, High School Graduate. Small Mammal House, 
work alongside an animal keeper, carry out prescribed daily 
schedule to clean animal area and to prepare and distribute 
food; help maintain animal enclosure materials, such as 
plants, perches, nest boxes, food containers, and decorative 
materials, June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Tamara Fine, Masters Candidate, University of Cincinnati. De- 
velopment, development work including fundraising pro- 
jects, corporate research, and donor solicitation, April 8, 
1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Gustaf Hannula, High School Graduate. Small Mammal 
House, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through 
July 17, 1991. 

Timonthy Hanson, Doctoral Degree. Design and Exhibits 
Planning, archival intern for cataloging slides and photo 
collections, September 3, 1991 through May 29, 1992. 

Michael Helling, Bachelors Degree. Work with Neotropical 
Migratory Bird, December 10, 1990 through June 23, 1991. 

Lisa Holden, Bachelors Candidate, Coppin State College. Con- 
servation Research Center, study the effects of deer on birds 
and small mammals — mostly field work (bird samples, 
mammal trappings, setting up grids, and vegetation sam- 
pling), June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Ken Leach, High School Graduate. Animal Health, partici- 
pant in "Intern 91" — assist staff in Department of Animal 
Health, June 6, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Nicole Lee, High School Graduate. Invertebrate Exhibit, par- 
ticipant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Yeun Shun Lee, Bachelors Degree. Department of Zoological 
Research, analyze data on the behavior of the female Giant 
Panda during pregnancy and pseudo pregnancy. May 28, 
1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Terri Roth, Bachelors Degree. Animal Health, reproductive 
physiology program, August 15, 1991 through August 31, 

1993- 
Claire Schuster, High School Graduate. Publications Office, 
participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 



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James Wilson, High School Graduate. Primate House, partici- 
pant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 



Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center 



changes as the forest grows older, June 10, 1991 through Au- 
gust 30, 1991. 

Margo Temple, Bachelors Degree. Invertebrate Population Dy- 
namics — effects of woody debris as a refuge for grass 
shrimp predation, August 5, 1991 through October 25, 1991. 

Wendy Yun, Bachelors Degree. Investigate and compare the 
photosynthetic quantum yield of phytoplankton at the sur- 
face and bottom of a stratified water column, June 3, 1991 
through November n, 1991. 



Mine Berg, Bachelors Candidate, Cook College — Rutgers 
University. Examination of Tintinnine parasite life history, 
morphology, and developmental process, June 10, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Janet Coffee, Masters Candidate, University of Texas. Develop 
hydrology component of landscape simulation model, Sep- 
tember 16, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Wendy Cox, Bachelors Degree. Environmental Biology, estua- 
rine ecology of fish and crustaceans, May 20, 1991 through 
October u, 1991. 

Marjone Dial, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Partici- 
pate in and develop new environmental education pro- 
grams; help start a seasonal newsletter, May 27, 1991 
through August 23, 1991. 

Wendy Doherty, Bachelors Degree. Research regarding the re- 
sponses of C3 and C4 coastal marsh plants and trees to ele- 
vated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide which simulates 
global change models, June 10, 1991 through August 30, 
1991. 

Maria Fernandez, Bachelors Degree. Light measurements in 
the forest with computer modelling, September 9, 1991 
through December 20, 1991. 

Laurie Geller, Bachelors Candidate, Washington University. 
General Administration, nutrient retention and cycling in 
cropside reparian forests. May 20, 1991 through August 9, 
1991. 

Melissa Hayes, Bachelors Degree. Habitat Utilization by Mi- 
gratory Warblers, April 29, 1991 through July 19, 1991. 

Sharon Kissling, Bachelors Candidate, Long Island Univer- 
sity — Southampton Campus. Studies in ecological parasi- 
tology, June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

April Mills, Bachelors Candidate, Hampshire College. De- 
velop a two-sex matrix transition model for determining 
patterns of population and sex-ratio development by col- 
lecting data concerning size, flower and fruit production, 
and distance between males and females of the dioecons 
shrub Lindera benzoin. May 27, 1991 through August 9, 
1991. 

Nathaniel Posner, Bachelors Degree. Forest Canopy Project, 
February 18, 1991 through May 10, 1991. 

Jennifer Powers, Bachelors Degree. Nutrient cycling and re- 
tention in cropside riparian forests, September 30, 1991 
through February 28, 1992. 

Andrea Schindler, Bachelors Candidate, FH-Rheinland-Pfatz. 
Study how the physical structure of the forest canopy 



Smithsonian Institution Archives 



Sami Malouf R, Bachelors Degree. Participate in the cteation 
of a computerized database system which would speed up 
and facilitate access to Smithsonian photographic collec- 
tions database and architectural drawings database, January 
28, 1991 through April 19, 1991. 

Monica von Drasek, Bachelors Degree. Photo Survey Project, 
finish cataloging architectural drawings; complete design 
of database; create guide to collection, October 1, 1990 
through September 18, 1991. 

Michael Vaden, Bachelors Candidate, Methodist College. Ana- 
lyze pattern of correspondents in Spencer F. Baird collec- 
tion, September 9, 1991 through December 21, 1991. 

Frances Vanderburg, Bachelors Candidate, Salish-Kootenai 
College. Learn the fundamentals of archival processing and 
process a small collection, June 24, 1991 through August 
23, 1991. 



Smithsonian Institution Libraries 



Jennifer Evers, High School Graduate. Museum Reference 
Center, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Michelle Moriarty, Masters Candidate. Natural History 

Branch, study of the methodology and feasibility of compil- 
ing an international directory of natural history libraries, 
July 15, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 



Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 



Ghisselle Alvarado, Bachelors Degree. Gamboa, assist with 
project: "Evolution of Vocal Communication of the 
Tungara Frog," June 15, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Oriana Batista, Bachelors Candidate, Univetsidad de Panama. 
Gamboa, assist with project: "Breeding Biology of Social 



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Behavior of Warded Jacanas," Aptil 15, 1991 through June 

31. J99I- 

Maria Argenis Bonilla, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad 
Nacional de Colombia. Naos Marine Laboratory, assist with 
project: "Genetics of Euglossine Bees, January 30, 1991 
through April 30, 1991. 

Gustavo Bravo, Bachelors Degree. Naos Marine Laboratory, as- 
sist with project: "Reproductive Biology of Reef Fishes," 
February 15, 1991 through June 30, 1991. 

Wendi Carlton, Medical Student, University of North Caro- 
lina — Chapel Hill. Naos Marine Laboratory, assist with 
project: "Molecular Evolution of Amerindians," December 
25, 1990 through June 8, 1991. 

Luis Fernando Garcia, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad 
Nacional de Colombia. Naos Marine Laboratory, assist with 
project: "Molecular Genetics Populations and Evolutionary 
Relationships of the fish Abudefduf," May 15, 1991 through 
November 15, 1991. 

Nimiadina Gomez, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad Nacio- 
nal de Panama. Barro Colorado Island, assist with project: 
"Variation in Secondary Metabolites and Some Effects on 
Plant Fitness," Novembet 15, 1990 through July 15, 1991. 

Pablo Monsivais, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas. 
Gamboa, assist with project: "Evolution of vocal communi- 
cation in the Tungara Frog," June 15, 1991 through August 
30, 1991. 

Monica Medina, Bachelors Degree. Naos Marine Laboratory, 
to assist with project: "Biogeography of West Indian Birds, 
Reconstruction of Phylogeoy by Molecular Techniques," 
March 5, 1991 through September 30, 1991. 

{Catherine Myint-Hpu, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. 
Naos Marine Laboratory, assist with project: "Analysis of 
Dietary Remains from Archeological Sites in Panama and 
Costa Rica," July 15, 1991 through January 15, 1992. 

Sandra Patino, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, assist 
with project: "Seasonality of Xylem Embolism in Tropical 
Trees," February 15, 1991 through August 14, 1991. 

Ernesto Arturo Peru, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad de 
Panama. Naos Marine Laboratory, to assist with project: 
"Quantitative Genetics of Morphological Characters of 
Bryozoans," July 8, 1991 through October 8, 1991. 

Miguel Pineros, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, as- 
sist with project: "Ecophysiology afClusi* odoratu"; assist 
with project: "Ecology, Physiology, and Biochemistry of 
Plants," August 15, 1991 through December 15, 1991. 

Martha Prada, Bachelors Degree, Universidad Jorge Tadeo 
Lozano. Oil Spill Project, assist with project: "Mangrove 
Forest Project," May 9, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Lenin Prado, Bachelors Degree, Estacion Charles Darwin. 
Barro Colorado Island, assist with: "Forest Dynamics Proj- 
ect," December 5, 1990 to March 5, 1991. 

Milagro Ruiz, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad de Panama. 
Barro Colorado Island, assist with project: "Taxonomic 
Studies of the genus Psycbotna," May 20, 1991 through Au- 
gust 31, 1991. 



Dilia Santamaria, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad Nacional 
de Panama. Tupper Center, assist with project: "Estudio de 
especies briofitas que crecen en los arboles y troncos en 
descomposicion en un transecto altitudinal en el Sendero de 
Cerro Cruz, Parque Altos de Campana," July 15, 1991 
through October 15, 1991. 

Laura Schneider, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad Nacional 
de Colombia. Barro Colorado Island, assist with project: 
"Caste System in Neotropical Nasutetirmitinae: Ecology 
and Evolution," May 7, 1991 through November 7, 1991. 

Luis Solorzano, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad Nacional de 
Colombia. Naos Marine Laboratory, assist with project: 
"Cryptic and sibbling species among the genus Alpbeus," 
December 1, 1990 through October 31, 1991. 

Bernardo Vargas, Bachelors Degree. Naos Marine Laboratory, 
assist with: "Oil Spill Project," August 16, 1991 through 
November 26, 1991. 

Ana Villarreal, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, assist 
with: "Forest Dynamics Project," October 17, 1990 through 
January 17, 1991. 



Museums 



Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Museums 



Vicki Anderson, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Accessibility Program, develop a plan for coordinated out- 
teach to deaf audiences; work with bureaus/offices around 
the SI to advertise and expand existing programs as well as 
develop new ones, September 9, 1991 through December 11, 
1991. 

Carine Blanchet, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. Research in the African American Museum Commu- 
nity, careers, and collections, June 3, 1991 through August 

9. 1991- 

Francisco Corrales-Ulloa, Masters Candidate, Museo Nacio- 
nal de Costa Rica. Experimental Gallery, assist the exhib- 
itor-in-residence and Office of Exhibits Central team 
with the installation of the "Las Casitas" exhibition and 
work on public programming for the exhibition; assist 
the National Air and Space Museum team with the in- 
stallation of the "Principles of Flight" exhibition and 
conduct visitor interviews, October 22, 1990 through Oc- 
tober 22, 1991. 

Natalia Gabrea, High School Graduate. Experimental Gallery, 
assist exhibition interpreters and educators in creating and 
developing exhibition tour materials; provide tours to visi- 
tors and special interest groups, June 17, 1991 through Au- 
gust 9, 1991. 



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Elizabeth Hellman, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. 
Experimental Gallery, assist with fabrication, installation 
and development of educational, public programs and bro- 
chures for the World Wall: A Vision o( the Future Without 
Fear exhibition; develop an Experimental Gallery Resi- 
dency Orientation packet; assist with administrative tasks, 
June 17, 1991 through September 6, 1991. 

Jonathan Holloway, Bachelors Degree. Community education 
and research regarding African American Museum project, 
June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Mary Martin, Bachelors Candidate, Rhode Island School of 
Design. Experimental Gallery, work with the Office of Ex- 
hibits Central to fabricate plans for the implementation of 
a new entrance way for the Experimental Gallery; fabricate 
a design for invitations for exhibition opening receptions; 
develop a teacher's package for those who instruct elemen- 
tary and secondary education programs; conduct visitor in- 
terviews in the gallery; assist with administrative tasks, 
June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Karen Pierson, Bachelors Candidate, Morgan State University. 
Research in the African American Museum Community, ca- 
reers, and collections, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Robert Poarch, Bachelors Degree. Research for the free-stand- 
ing African American Museum, June 3, 1991 through Au- 
gust 9, 199L 

Alice Scon, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. Experi- 
mental Gallery, develop an Experimental Gallery Intern- 
ship Orientation Packet for the newly implemented gallery 
intern program; assist the gallery office with administrative 
tasks, August 12, 1991 through September 6, 1991. 

Kate Stockwell, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard University. Ac- 
cessibility, assist in the development of a comprehensive as- 
sessment of accessibility issues, June 3, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 



Anacostia Museum 



Stephanie Felix, Masters Candidate, University of Wiscon- 
sin — Madison. Office of Education, oral history project doc- 
umenting the conception and early history of the Anacostia 
Museum, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Helene Fisher, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Of- 
fice of Education, development of a docent training pro- 
gram for a new exhibit, "To Achieve These Rights...," 
September 3, 1991 through November 8, 1991. 

Lara Goldstein, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Office of the Registrar, assist in collections manage- 
ment and registrarial duties at the Anacostia Museum, May 
6, 1991 through June 12, 1991. 

Dana Powell, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Office 
of Education, develop oral history on the creation and early 



years of the Anacostia Museum, June 3, 1991 through Au- 
gust 9, 1991. 

Trina Reed, Masters Candidate, University of Texas. Office of 
Education, assist the supervisor in preparation of an exhibi- 
tion celebrating the Museum's 25th anniversary; analyze the 
Afrocentric curriculum thrust of DC Schools and recom- 
mend ways in which the museum can better cotrelate its ed- 
ucational offerings, September 16, 1991 through November 
30, 1991. 

Samantha Robinson, High School Student, Eastern High 
School. Education Department, assist the registrar in the 
cataloguing, filing, and conservation of museum collection, 
July 9, 1991 through August 8, 1991. 

Layn Saint Louis, Masters Candidate, Howard University. Re- 
search the African diaspora in the Caribbean and Southern 
United States; African cultural retention and emigration 
from the Caribbean to the United States of Haitians. Janu- 
ary 7, 1991 through March 29, 1991. 

Sabrina Washington, High School Graduate. Education De- 
partment, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Crystal Williams, High School Student. Research, clerical du- 
ties: answering phones, typing, filing, assisting research 
staff, July 1, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Archives of American Art — Washington 



Anna Athanasopoulou, Masters Candidate, George Washing- 
ton University. Identify papers to be included in a guide to 
Italian-American sources in the Archives, May 28, 1991 
through July 19, 1991. 

Wendy Bellion, Bachelors Degree. Work on a guide to papers 
of American Artists who worked in Italy in the 19th and 
20th centuries, September 16, 1991 through January 31, 
1992. 

Heather Campbell, Bachelors Degree. Work on a guide to pa- 
pers of American Artists who worked in Italy in the 19th 
and 20th centuries, September 9, 1991 through December 

31. 1991- 

Ingrid Denis, Mastets Candidate, University of Cincinnati. 
Research for in-depth analysis of the Archives of American 
Art's operations for the past six to ten years, June 17, 1991 
through August 23, 1991. 

Kathryn Ellis, Bachelors Degree. Curator of Manuscripts, as- 
sist in compiling a guide to diaries and memoirs of Ameri- 
can artists, July 16, 1991 through October 1, 1991. 

Evelyn Kassouf, Bachelors Degree. Assist in publishing a 
book. May 19, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Carmella Pennington, Bachelors Candidate, Bryn Mawr Col- 
lege. Prepare descriptions of artist's papers to be ptinted in 
a Guide to Art-related Papers in Southern California, May 
21, 1991 through August 3, 1991. 



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Susan Spaulding, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Work on a guide to papers of American Artists 
who worked in IraJy in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Janu- 
ary 7. 1991 through April 26, 1991. 

Deborah White, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Work on a guide to papers of American Artists who 
worked in Italy in the 19th and 20th Centuries, May 28, 
1991 through August 31, 1991. 



Archives of American Art — Boston 



Jane Donnelly, Bachelors Candidate, Emmanuel College. New 
England Regional Center, assist researchers at the micro- 
film library; help with recordkeeping; participate in the 
processing of unsorted archival collections, September 10, 
1991 through December 3, 1991. 

Krisrin McGrath, Bachelors Candidate, Emmanuel College. 
New England Regional Office, maintain data base of Ar- 
chives collections; assist in preparations for membership 
events; transcribe lectures for distribution to members, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1991 through May 10, 1991. 



Arthur Af. Sackler and Freer 
Gallery of Art 



Leta DeFee, Bachelors Candidate, Northern Virginia Commu- 
nity College — Alexandria. Graphic Design, assist graphic 
designer in the design and producation of graphic identi- 
ties for exhibitions, metro and bus dioramas, and direc- 
tional signage, June u, 1991 through September 3, 1991. 

Emily Edmondson, Bachelors Candidate, Occidental College. 
Education Department, work with Indonesian exhibit and 
teachers packets for Arts of China, June 17, 1991 through 
September 30, 1991. 

Jacqueline Eyl, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Education, educational materials for The Arts of 
China," January 14, 1991 through April 25, 1991. 

Chandra Flint, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wiscon- 
sin — Madison. Southeast Asian Art, assist in multi-faceted 
project on the reinstallation of the South Asian Art collec- 
tion at the Freer Gallery, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 
1991. 

Pia Geusau, Masters Candidate, Academy of Fine Arts. Ameri- 
can Art, assist conservation team with cleaning, varnishing, 
in painting, and restoring Whistlers "Harmony in Blue 
and Gold: The Peacock Room" in the Freer Gallery of Art, 
February 14, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Hsiao-Kuei Hsu, Masters Candidate, New York University. 
Chinese Art/Curarorial, assist with curatorial affairs, espe- 



cially in the research of Ming and Qing dynasty porcelain 
history for a possible exhibition, June 3, 1991 through Sep- 
tember 1, 1991. 

Judith Knudsen, Masters Candidate, Catholic University of 
America. Library/ Archives, work on papers of Charles Freer, 
May 30, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Victoria Lepka, Bachelors Candidate. Department of Educa- 
tion, arts of China and Chiang Dai Chien program develop- 
ment, September 17, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Laura Maldonado, Bachelors Candidate, University of Massa- 
chusetts. Help with information dealing with the Selijuks, 
February 4, 1991 through April 26, 1991. 

Medea Minnich, Bachelors Candidate, Hood College. South 
and Southeast Asian Art, research to develop a proposed ex- 
hibit of Krishna paintings, September 10, 1991 through De- 
cember 24, 1991. 

Sianne Ngai, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Educa- 
tion, research for educational programs related to 
Mesopotami; shared responsibility for summer program- 
ming logistics for Court Arts of Indonesia, May 21, 1991 
through September 2, 1991. 

Oya Pancaroglu, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Univer- 
sity. South Asian, help with various upcoming projects; es- 
pecially, library research and object identification, October 
5, 1990 through January 31, 1991. 

Oya Pancaroglu, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Univer- 
sity. South and Southeast Asian Art, assist in research and 
bibliography of Indian Art in the collection, February 8, 
1991 through June 30, 1991. 

Quynh Pham, High School Graduate. South and Southeast 
Asian Art, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Belen Ponferrada, Masters Candidate, College of William and 
Mary. Secrerary's of Wider Audience Development, assist in 
coordinating the Asia/Pacific American Heritage month in- 
cluding content development, logistics, audience outreach, 
and evaluation, February 14, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Patricia Seipel, Bachelors Candidate, Towson State University. 
Public Affairs, organize and assemble press clippings of 
Sackler Gallery exhibitions into archives; writing assign- 
ments for internal and external publications', participate in 
ongoing activities of the public affairs office, September 10, 
1991 through January 31, 1991. 

Maria Villafane, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Library/ Archives, construction of sink mats to house bro- 
ken glass plare negatives of photographer Antoin 
Sevruguin, and rehousing of selected documents in the 
Charles Lang Freer Papers, June 17, 1991 through August 

V» 1991- 
Frances Yuan, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Curato- 
rial, research for Freer Gallery of Art exhibition on Chinese 
ceramics, June 20, 1991 through September 13, 1991. 



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Conservation Analytical Laboratory 



Johanna Bernstein, Masters Candidate, University of Dela- 
ware. Furniture Conservation Laboratory, conservation treat- 
ments of furniture and wooden objects, September 16, 1991 
through August 14, 1991. 

Judith Bischoff, Doctorate. Organic Chemistry Laboratory, in- 
vestigation into the effects of aqueous cleaning agents on 
oil paint films, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Crystal Dawley, Masters Candidate, University of Alberta. 
Textiles Conservation Laboratory, examination and re-stor- 
age of 19th century American wool and cotton flags, includ- 
ing spot -cleaning and dry-cleaning certain representative 
examples, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Ayesha Ercelawn, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Tex- 
tiles Conservation Laboratory, examination and re-storage 
of 19th century American wool and cocton flags, including 
spot-cleaning and dry-cleaning certain representative exam- 
ples, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Margaret Gleason, Masters Candidate, University of Dela- 
ware. Objections Conservation Laboratory, treatment of 
'Ain Ghazal plaster figures dating from 6000 - 7000 B.C., 
June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Marycolette Hruskocy, Masters Candidate, New York Univet- 
sity. Paintings Conservation Laboratory, treatment and re- 
search in paintings conservation, September 30, 1991 
through September 30. 1992. 

Lisa Kronthal, Masters Candidate, Buffalo State College. Ob- 
jects Conservation Laboratory, treatment of 'Ain Ghazal 
plaster figures dating from 6000 - 7000 B.C., June 17, 1991 
through August 23, 1991. 

Dorene Randolph, Masters Degree. Paintings Conservation 
Laboratory, projects in paintings conservation, using new 
materials; both traditional and more recent treatment tech- 
niques; and studying analytical techniques as applied to 
canvas and panel paintings, September 16, 1991 through 
September 16, 1992. 

Claire Rutiser, Bachelors Degree. Biogeochemistry Labora- 
tory, work with DNA from archaeological bone samples, 
April 22, 1991 through September 1, 1991. 

Amy Schoenberg, Bachelors Candidate, Skidmore College. 
Archeaometry Department, research and examination of 
the paintings of Albert Pinkham Ryder through autoradio- 
graphy and x-ray radiographs within the application of sci- 
ence to art history, September 23, 1991 through December 
31. 1991- 

Jane Smith, Masters Candidate, Geotge Washington Univer- 
sity. Paper Conservation Laboratory, treatment wotk on col- 
lections from SI Archives, NASM, etc; involvement in 
ongoing research project on speciality papers, September 
16, 1991 through September 16, 1992. 

Olga Souza, Masters Candidate, Columbia School of Library 
Service. Paper Conservation Laboratory, treatment of archi- 
tectural drawings on tracing paper, as well as other objects; 



participation in a survey of photographic materials, and on- 
going research projects, October 1, 1990 through May 10, 
1991. 

Mei-An Tsu, Bachelors Degree. Paper and Furniture Labora- 
tories, treatment of objects and work with ongoing research 
on the effects of water on the mechanical properties of 
paper; development of manual skills and treatment of furni- 
ture, September 3, 1991 through Septembet 3, 1992. 

Julie Tu, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Materials Sci- 
ence Laboratory, conducting the chemical analyses on an- 
cient Chinese glass, September 9, 1991 through November 

15. 1991- 
Sarah Zepeda, Bachelors Candidate, Occidental College. 
Archaeometry Department, application of scientific meth- 
ods to art history with an emphasis on the study of Albert 
Pinkham Ryder's painting methods, September 23, 1991 
through Octobet 31, 1991. 



Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design 



Melissa Allen, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Paper 
Conservation, Introduction to Paper Conservation, January 
2, 1991 through January 24, 1991. 

John Badgley, Bachelors Candidate, Alfred University. Spe- 
cial Events and Membership, research for corporate mem- 
bership solicitation and CHM member survey and 
professional designer solicitation, June 10, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Johanna Baker, Bachelors Candidate, Virginia Commonwealth 
University. Office of the Registrar, learn museum registra- 
tion methods by assisting staff in duties related to the man- 
agement of objects in permanent collection and on loan; 
assist in re-inventory of 6766 objects in Wallcoverings De- 
partment, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Carol Baum, Masters Candidate, Univetsity of Toronto. Educa- 
tion Department, assist in the development of school tours 
for special exhibitions; research and plan adult lectures and 
courses; assist in all day-to-day office activities, January 14, 
1991 through April 5, 1991. 

James Benjamin, Masters Degree. Decorative Arts, as the 
Peter Krueger/Christie's Fellow, work with the Archive of 
American 

Industrial Designer, September 6, 1991 through August 31, 
1992. 

Caitlin Cahill, Bachelors Degree. Drawings and Prints, train 
in various curatorial duties: proper handling of drawings 
and prints, cataloguing skills, tesearch selected drawings, 
prints, posters, assist in safe movement of drawings during 
storage room renovations, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 



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Sue Ann Chui, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. Draw- 
ings and Prints, assist in cataloguing of Donald Deskey 
drawings, December 7.6, 1990 through January 17, 1991. 
Allison Cross, Masters Degree. Drawings and Prints, inven- 
tory of Felice Giani Collection; begin computer cataloging 
of the information, July 1, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 
Jeremiah Daly, Bachelors Candidate, University of Notre 
Dame. Wallcoverings, mail slides of objects in the 
wallcovering collection to increase both general public's 
and designers' access to the collection. May 30, 1991 
through December 30, 1991. 
Rachel Danzing, Masters Candidate, New York University. 
Design and Paintings, assist paper conservator with the 
preparation of lab and objects for exhibition, October 2, 
1990 through January 30, 1991. 
Nicole Delfino, Bachelors Candidate, St. Olaf College. Paper 
Conservation, edit and reorganize files; assist with the rota- 
tions for the Design Resource exhibit; catalogue oval 18th 
century paintings; work with conservators on examinations, 
June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 
Laura Erdos, Masters Candidate, New York University. Devel- 
opment, work on theater benefit corporate patron program, 
exhibition, and special project research for funding, Janu- 
ary 28, 1991 through May 1, 1991. 
Deborah Fung, High School Student, Hunter College High 
School. Program/Education, assist with registration and 
tours, Septembet 5, 1991 through May 31, 1992. 

Kristin Hampton, Bachelors Candidate, College of New Ro- 
chelle. Department of Drawings and Prings, assist in gen- 
eral department duties; tesearch and catalogue ptints and 
drawings, September 19, 1991 through November 29, 1991. 

Mia Hatgis, Bachelors Degree. Exhibitions, assist in prepara- 
tion of a project on maps: research, documentation, and as- 
sistance in day to day administration, June 10, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Joris Kila, Doctoral Candidate, Ryks Universiteit Leiden. 
Prints and Drawings, Donald Deskey Exhibition, Septem- 
ber 3, 1991 through November 1, 1991. 

May Kuckro, Bachelors Candidate, Columbia College. Pro- 
grams Office, assist with symposia planning; conduct visi- 
tor surveys; assist with organization of fall programs, June 
10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Julia Lenney, Bachelors Candidate, Sarah Lawrence College. Exhi- 
bitions, assist in preparation of a project on maps: research, 
documentation, and assistance in day to day administration of 
ongoing work, June 20, 1991 through August 1, 1991. 

Sigal Levy, Bachelors Degree. Paper Conservation, introduc- 
tion to paper conservation, February 13, 1991 through 
March 31, 1991. 

Christine McKee, Bachelors Degree. Exhibitions, assist in 
preparation of a project on maps, September 24, 1991 
through December 31, 1991. 

Leon McKinley, Bachelors Degree. Decorative Arts, objects 
conservation/cataloguing of gilded objects, September 6, 
1991 through January 31. 1992. 



Kate Milkins, High School Student, Hunter College High 
School. Wallcoverings, assist in the assembling of a source 
book of William Morris wallpaper in Cooper-Hewitt's per- 
manent collections, September 12, 1991 through June 30, 
1992. 

Denyse Montegut, Masters Candidate, New York University 
Institute of Fine Arts. Department of Conservation, assist 
in laboratory work and installation of exhibition, Septem- 
ber 10, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Bradley Nugent, Masters Candidate, New York University. 
Registrar/Wallcovering Departments, function in all re- 
spects as a museum technician (inventory/curatorial) in the 
Registrar Department and Wallcoverings Department; as- 
sist in exhibition preparation and collections research, con- 
servation and documentation, October 22, 1990 through 
October 21, 1991. 

Mayda Perez, Masters Candidate, New York University. Exhi- 
bitions, research and assist on project "Maps — Ways to 
Read Them," February 19, 1991 through April 30, 1991. 

Michelle Piccora, Masters Candidate, Fashion Institute of 
Technology. Wallcoverings, research primary source mate- 
rial for upcoming exhibit, December 13, 1990 through De- 
cember 31, 1991. 

Carolyn Pinching, Masters Candidate, New York University. 
Exhibitions, assist in the preparation of a project on maps; 
tesearch, documentation, and assistance with general de- 
partmental duties, September 24, 1991 through December 

31. 1991- 

Janet Snydet, Masters Degree. Exhibitions, assist in prepara- 
tion of a project on maps: research, documentation, and as- 
sistance in day to day administration of ongoing work, 
June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Ellen Terry. Exhibitions, research and assist on project 
"Maps — Ways to Read Them," February 19, 1991 through 
May 31, 1991. 

Peter Trippi, Masters Candidate, New York University. Pro- 
grams/Special Events, develop a "Behind the Scenes" tour 
and assist with school group tours, September 9, 1991 
through December 20, 1991. 

Robin Wallace, Bachelors Candidate, University of California 
at Santa Cruz. Programs, assist with research on career days 
for high school students, June 19, 1991 through September 
H, 1991- 



Hirsbhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 



Thetesa Bondurant, Bachelors Candidate, Univetsity of Vir- 
ginia. Painting and Sculpture, assist the curators of paint- 
ing and sculpture, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Lisa Dent, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Depart- 
ment of Education, assist the assistant to the chief of the 
Department, June 10, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



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Laurie Ginsberg, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. Li- 
brary, assist in the library, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Eric Gurtner, Bachelors Candidate, Virginia Commonwealth 
University. Conservation/Exhibits, assist sculpture conserva- 
tor in condition maintenance, cleaning, etc.; work with the 
exhibition department in installation and de-installation of 
exhibits; assist with exhibition graphics. May 20, 1991 
through September 30, 1991. 

Stephanie Jacoby, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Department of Education, duties as assigned, 
June 10, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Marya Jones, Bachelors Candidate, Tallahassee Community 
College. Survey certain aspects of the collection, January 7, 
1991 through March 30, 1991. 

Sarah Kennel, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. De- 
partment of Education, assist in the department, June 10, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Frances Marabelli, Bachelors Candidate, Catholic University. 
Education, work with on going projects, January 28, 1991 
through May 2, 1991. 

Irina Verona, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. 
Sculpture Conservation, work with laboratory to maintain 
and preserve the sculpture both in the museum and in the 
sculpture garden, including cleaning, particular pieces, 
washing and drying, applying wax and polishing it, May 
30, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 



National Air and Space Museum 



Thomas Adams, Bachelors Degree. Archives, assist in estab- 
lishing physical, intellectual, and legal control of archival 
collections; write descriptions, arrange, and rehouse collec- 
tions; perform preservation tasks to make incoming collec- 
tions accessible for research use, September 30, 1991 
through December 13, 1991. 

liana Addis, Bachelors Candidate, University of Chicago. Edu- 
cation Division, perform public science demonstrations; as- 
sist in the development of interactive devices for the 
hands-on gallery; research air- and space-related topics, 
June 13, 1991 through August 21, 1991. 

Luke Arant, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical 
University. Restoration and Preservation Unit, assist with 
assembly and disassembly/reassembly of aircraft and space- 
craft; specialty work as machining, welding, chemical 
cleaning, and fabric work; installation of artifacts, July 8, 
1991 through September 3, 1991. 

Anjula Batra, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Com- 
munications Department, prepare daily news digest for 
staff; assist with promotion for exhibition openings; write 
public service announcements, answer press and public in- 



quiries, and organize data and photo files, June 10, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

James Campbell, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aero- 
nautical University. Preservation and Restoration Unit, in- 
dependently perform tasks associated with major 
restoration projects on such systems as propellers, landing 
gear, instruments, and other aircraft or spacecraft parts; as- 
sist with installation of artifacts, May 20, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Andrea Chang, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. 
Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, process Viking 
Thermal infrared data from Scytes Major and Hespera 
Planum regions of Mars and compare thermal properties to 
geology and morphology visible in images, June 10, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

William Cherry, High School Graduate. Computer Service, 
participant in "Intern 91" — work onsite with computer sys- 
tems with regard to assistance and/or repairs, June 10, 1991 
through July 12, 1991. 

Julie Clyman, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Education Division, assist in the science demonstration 
project and the Principles of Flight interactive gallery, Jan- 
uary 28, 1991 through May 13, 1991. 

David Conroy, Masters Degree. Space History, research and or- 
ganize background information on the history of the con- 
cept of the Space Station, September 30, 1991 through 
December 13, 1991. 

Michelle Corey, Bachelors Candidate, University of California 
at San Diego. Archives, reorganize and rehouse aircraft 
files, working with documents from one manufacturer at a 
time, research and write a brief synopsis of each manufacturer's 
history, June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Ramon Danely, High School Student, Largo High School. 
Production and Exhibits, perform tasks of a technical na- 
ture in support of collections maintenance program and/or 
the preservation/restoration program, June 10, 1991 through 
August 18, 1991. 

Amy DePerro, High School Graduate. Department of Exhib- 
its, participant in "Intern 91"; work with museum's CAD 
system to update lighting circuits database, July 15, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Sarah Donald, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New 
York — Purchase. Exhibits, assist with lighting installation 
for World War I gallery and work with museum's CAD sys- 
tem to update lighting circuits data base. 

Nathan Drake, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Ar- 
chives Division, assist archivist on photographs and docu- 
ments relating to aviation collections, June 10, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Rachael Drenovsky, Bachelors Candidate, Aquinas College. 
Archives, aid in description, arrangement, rehousing, and 
preservation of document collections, June 10, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Walter Evans, High School Student, North Western High 
School. Collections Management, assist with the senior ex- 



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hibics specialist in the fabrication and maintenance of ex- 
hibits, June IO, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Livia Fussi. Exhibits Department, design poster about exhibi- 
tion of World War I in the air, July 23, 1991 through Au- 
gust 9, 1991. 

Christina Gild, Bachelors Degree. Exhibits Department, assist 
in audience evaluation of exhibit devices for a new gallery 
on the principles of flight; assist in drafting of a grant pro- 
posal, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991- 

Caitlin Gorman, Bachelors Candidate, Beloit College. Center 
for Earth and Planetary Studies, organize, document, and 
map location of desert sand samples from locations in 
North America and Africa, entet data on a PC data base 
and write a basic geologic description of samples, June 10, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Robert Hanson, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronau- 
tical University. Collections Management, Preservation/Res- 
toration Unit, undertake restoration and preservation of 
artifacts in the museum's collections, September 16, 1991 
through December 13, 1991. 

Girija Harikar, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Education Division, assist teachers visiting Educa- 
tional Resource Center (ERC) in previewing and copying 
computer software; evaluate software and make recommen- 
dations for expanding collection; design and produce a bro- 
chure for the ERC, June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Clayton Harris, Bachelors Candidate, Middle Tennessee State 
University. Minority Outreach Office, assist in a summer 
program which teaches elementary school students aero- 
space theories/principles; gather and research materials 
about African Americans in aviation for further use by the 
aeronautics department in the publishing of materials; 
enter data and maintain files in database, June 17, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Robert Hunter, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio University. Ar- 
chives, assist with cataloging, preservation, and conserva- 
tion of aviation photographic collections; work with 
computer databases doing condition surveys, and caption- 
ing images, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Charles Hyman, High School Student, North Western High 
School. Exhibits/Collections, support collections mainte- 
nance program and the preservation/restoration program, 
June 17, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

James Kohan, Bachelors Candidate, Hiram College. Archives, 
assist in the reference work and daily operation of the 
NASMs Archival Support Centet, December 3, 1990 
through December 21, 1990. 

Chulbom Lee, Bachelors Candidate, Yale College. Department 
of Space History, assist with formative evaluation of proto- 
type computer survey; perform pictorial research for that 
gallery, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Janet Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas. Educa- 
tion Division, assist teacher workshop coordinator in organ- 
izing and conduction teacher workshops; present astronomy 
lecture, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 



Rochelle Loyola, High School Graduate. Education Division, 
participate in a summer program that teaches inner-city 
youth about the scientific principle about ait and space 
flight; help prepare, implement, and operate the summer 
program, June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

John McBride, Bachelors Candidate, Carleton College. Garber Fa- 
cility, Preservation/Restoration Unit, work on restoration of 
the EnoLa Gay; create a hands on model of the Wright Flyer for 
the use of blind visitors, January 7, 1991 through April 8, 1991. 

Anastasia Mensah, University of the District of Columbia. 
Aeronautics, work with Rodina Collection materials (Rus- 
sian aviation artifacts), identifying and classifying them, 
preparing inventory sheets, and a finder's guide. January 7, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Erin Miller, Bachelors Candidate, Bowdoin College. Educa- 
tion Division, perform public science demonstrations; assist 
in the development of intetactive devices for a new gallery 
installation; and research air and space related topics, June 
10, 1991 through December 16, 1991. 

John Neville, Masters Candidate, Catholic Univetsiry of 
America. Archives, aid in establishing physical, intellec- 
tual, and legal control of archival collections; participate in 
a full range of professional archival duties, January 10, 1991 
through April 18, 1991. 

George Newman, Masters Candidate, George Mason Univer- 
sity. Aeronautics, translation of documents from French to 
English, January 174991 through April 30, 1991. 

Mark Patterson, Masters Degree. Space History Department, 
assist curator with research on exhibit, "Where Next Co- 
lumbus" exhibit; develop and test audience survey for ex- 
hibit labels/concepts, May 28, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Victoria Portway, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia — San Diego. Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, as- 
sist in preparation of Looking at Earth, the SI book of 
satellite images of the world, drafting map figures, plotting 
photo footprints, organizing photofiles and writing appen- 
dix materials, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Gerard Precilla, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Ar- 
chives, reorganize and rehouse aircraft files, working with 
products of one manufacturer at a time, documenting files, 
producing labels, and writing a brief synopsis of each 
manufacturer's history, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Jennifer Pulos, Bachelors Candidate, St. Mary's College. Cen- 
ter for Earth and Planetary Studies, assist with the SI book 
of satellite images of the world. Looking at Earth, drafting 
map figures, plotting photo footprints, organizing photo 
files, and conducting background research, June 10, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

John Regino, High School Graduate. Department of Space 
History, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Alvin Richards, High School Student, Largo High School. 
Collections Management, support collections maintenance 
program and/or the preservation/restoration program, June 
17, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 



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Eric Sandquist, Bachelors Candidate, University of Virginia. 
Laboratory for Astrophysics, assist in astrophysics data anal- 
ysis on Sun workstation and do some modeling work; par- 
ticipate in laboratory tests and measurements using lasers, 
electronics, and optics, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Nartnapa Sankanung, Masters Candidate, Pratt Institute. Ex- 
hibits Department, design an intern program brochure; 
work on designing a lift for disabled visitors and children's 
corner of new gallery installation, June 10, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Amy Singel, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Office of Education, assist staff of "Principles of 
Flight" exhibit team; create a pathfinder for museum visi- 
tors; assist team members in developing and administering 
visitor surveys, January 14, 1991 through August 25, 1991. 

Keith Scares, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Exhibits, design charts and graphics for 
"Where Next, Columbus?" gallery, September 16, 1991 
through December 13, 1991. 

Paul Stronski, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Department of Space History, survey daily press reports on 
Soviet/European space activities and translate Russian lan- 
guage news articles; design and create a database of events 
in Soviet/European space exploration, September 16, 1991 
through December 13, 1991. 

Erica Sweetland, Bachelors Candidate, Skidmore College. Edu- 
cation Division, assist staff with public programs, June 10, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Mark Warren, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. Col- 
lections Management, perform technical duties in support 
of the Restoration/Preservation Unit, June 17, 1991 through 
August 23, 1991. 

Christopher Welbon, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Pennsylvania. Photographic Services, assist photo lab staff 
with black-and-white printing, reproducing work, and 
film processing; do studio shoots and document museum 
artifacts, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Sydnye White, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Ex- 
hibits Department, assist with the videotaping of special 
events, lectures, and seminars; duplicate video and audio 
tapes for on-line use in exhibits; assist with audio-video in- 
stallation, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Matthew Wittig, Bachelors Candidate, Roger Williams Col- 
lege. Exhibits Department, assist media coordinator with 
research for audiovisuals for forthcoming museum exhibi- 
tions, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Elizabeth Wolfe, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. 
Aeronautics Department, conduct research in support of 
forthcoming World War I exhibition; assist with minor res- 
toration of World War I aircraft; perform accessioning du- 
ties, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Jane Wu, Masters Candidate, Clarion University. Archives, as- 
sist with the Rudy Arnold Photo Collection, work with 
computer databases, rejacket negarives, transcribe captions. 



and produce an accession report, June 10, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 



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Jame Anderson, Bachelors Candidate, Wake Forest Univer- 
sity. Exhibits, assist design coordinator and design team in 
project development of two upcoming exhibitions as well 
as othet assignments under the chief designer. May 28, 1991 
through July 29, 1991. 

Amanda Carlson, Bachelors Candidate, University of Mary- 
land. Archives, assist in archival housing and cataloguing 
remainder of the Postcard Collection; assist in the compil- 
ing and analyzing visual materials on the Mangbetu; pro- 
duce copy slides of the images and research their context, 
June 3, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Indra Caudle, Bachelors Degree. Administration, preliminary 
research for a possible exhibition of contemporary Ethiop- 
ian artists in Washington, DC by compiling illustrative 
material, organizing research notebooks, biographies, and 
identifying artists in Washington, DC, January 28, 1991 
through May 31, 1991. 

Andrea Fraley, Bachelors Degree. Archives, assist the curator 
of the Eliot Elisofon Archives with inventory control of the 
permanent collection photographs; do guided reading on 
aspects of African art and gain insight into the various 
styles of African an, August 26, 1991 through October 28, 
1991. 

Susanne Fuchs-Nebel, Doctorate Degree. Archives, catalogue 
two collections in the archives, July 7, 1991 through Au- 
gust 28, 1991. 

Jeffrey Girardo, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Photo Archives, assist with writing a finding aid for the 
Burton E. Ashley Collection, January 7, 1991 through 
March 15, 1991. 

Kathryne Gambrell, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford Univer- 
sity. Archives/Curatorial, assist with cataloguing and re- 
searching two photographic collections in Archives: 
Ravenhill field photographs of Dogon architecture and 
Bamana performance, and Ashworthy field photographs on 
weaving in Mali and Cote d'lvoire, January 7, 1991 through 
March 29, 1991 

Lauri Hinksman, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of the Registrar, assist in a number of col- 
lection management projects and participate in the prepara- 
tions for two upcoming exhibitions, June 3, 1991 through 
August 23, 1991. 

Roshini Kempadoo. Eliot Elisofon Archives, work on the 
Judge E.O. Gorlia photographs, March 4, 1991 through 
Match 29, 1991. 

Lynn LaMontagne, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Registrar, work on de-accession and accession 



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records for permanent collection; assist with registrarial 
work for new exhibition, "African Reflections"; assist with 
day to day registrarial work of the department, January 14, 
1991 through May 5, 1991. 

Bronwyn Lloyd, Bachelors Candidate, University of Illinois at 
Urbana -Champaign. Conservation, basic conservation tech- 
nique, ethics and responsibilities, preventative mainte- 
nance, and environmental control, July 29, 1991 through 
October 4, 1991. 

Jane Lusaka, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Registrar, work on various collection management pro- 
jects in preparation for museum re-accreditation; assist 
with on-going registrarial practices, September 24, 1991 
through December 24, 1991. 

Daniela Perkins, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, assist with re- 
search on new exhibition on Central African pottery, Janu- 
ary 7, 1991 through May 24, 1991. 

Oya Pancaroglu, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Univer- 
sity. Curatorial, assist with research and identify objects of 
potential interest for a proposed exhibition on the arts and 
cultures of the Islamic world, September 30, 1991 through 
January 10, 1991. 

Naledi Saul, Bachelors Candidate, Spelman College. Archives, 
assist with archival housing of maps and engravings in the 
Elisofon Archives, June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Sandra Wilson, Visiting Professional. Education, develop con- 
tent of future workshop programs for school group tours, 
July 1, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Marieka Yodet, Bachelors Degree. Museum Education, assist 
with research to be used in new summary catalogue, Sep- 
tember 3, 1991 through December 30, 1991. 



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Mark Baumann, Bachelors Candidate, Grinell College. Curato- 
rial, project with the curator of photography, June 3, 1991 
through July 26, 1991. 

Concepcion Benitez, High School Student, Benjamin Banne- 
ker High School. Education, work through DC Cultural 
Consortium, July 15, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Jennifer Carter, High School Graduate. Office of the Regis- 
trar, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through July 
12, 1991. 

Adam Cave, Bachelors Candidate, Connecticut College. De- 
sign and Production, project in the Office of Design and 
Production, June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Toby Chieffo, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Department of Frame Conservation, research project on 
Stanford White and restoration of a Stanford White frame, 
September 6, 1991 through April 24, 1992. 

Suzanne Clark, High School Student, Oldfields School. Julie 
Photographic Collection, sore correspondence, memos, and 



photographs; check the uncataloged slides against the artist 
authority index, May 10, 1991 through May 24, 1991. 

Maria Cuzzocrea, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, assist the exhi- 
bitions coordinator at the Renwick Gallery and the curato- 
rial department at NMAA, September 9, 1991 through 
April 24, 1992. 

Cybele Diamandopoulos, Masters Candidate. Curatorial, pro- 
jects involving general curatotial research, June 3, 1991 
through July 26, 1991. 

Denise Dougherty, Bachelors Degree. Office of the Registrar, 
project with the collection manager for the graphics divi- 
sion, June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Rita Eisner, Bachelors Degree. Office of Design and Produc- 
tion, project with the graphics illustrator, June 3, 1991 
throughjuly 26, 1991. 

SueAnn Griffin, Masters Candidate, American University. Cu- 
ratorial/Registrars, assist the curator in the graphics depart- 
ment; work with registrar, September 10, 1991 through 
April 24, 1992. 

Abigail Grotke, Bachelors Degree. Publications/Museum Pro- 
grams, assist in production of American Art magazine and 
other projects such as books, catalogues, etc.; assist in orga- 
nization of special projects for the William Johnson exhibi- 
tion, September 6, 1991 through May 30, 1992. 

Amy Hollander, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial/Museum Pro- 
grams, W.H. Johnson Educational materials, January 14, 
1991 through April 27, 1991. 

Nancy Hoist, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Curato- 
rial, project with the sculpture curator, June 3, 1991 
throughjuly 26, 1991. 

Amelia Hougen, High School Student, The Potomac School. 
Registrar's Office, Registrar Office Intern for senior project, 
May 6, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Sandra Howe, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Publications office, edit footnotes, read essays, type foot- 
notes, September 6, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Erika Jarem, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Curatorial/Office of Museum Programs, research for 
pending "Kenyon Cox" exhibit; assist in coordination of 
special events for "William Johnson" exhibit, September 9, 
1991 through May 1, 1991. 

Patricia Jenkins, Masters Candidate, Eastern Montana Col- 
lege. Museum Programs, assist in organizing and planning 
programs for an up-coming exhibition on William H. John- 
son, July 1, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Jessica Johnston, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial/Production and 
Design, assist the curator of the Art of The 1893 World's 
Fair Exhibition and participate in activities in the Exhibi- 
tion and Production Department, September 9, 1991 
through May 1, 1992. 

Erin Keever, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas. Regis- 
trar/Publications, assist with inventory and organization of 
works of art from the graphic arts collections; assist in edi- 
totial and production processes, September 9, 1991 through 
December 8, 1991. 



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Rina Kundu, Masters Candidate, University of Illinois — Ur- 
bana-Champaign. Department of Graphic Arts, research on 
objects in the permanent collection primarily drawings and 
monotypes, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Thea Lehming, High School Student, The Potomac School. 
Registrar's Office, Registrar Office Intern for senior proj- 
ect, May 6, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Mary Lenihan, Masters Candidate, University of Southern Califor- 
nia. Curatorial, research on a mural project and up-coming 
Kenyan Cox exhibition, June 26, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Robert Marsh, Jr., Bachelors Candidate, Wofford College. 
Registtar, general training within the registrar's office, Jan- 
uary 7, 1991 through February 1, 1991. 

Ellen McBreen, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Publi- 
cations Office, assist in the production of both the NMAA 
journal and the exhibition catalogue for the museum's up- 
coming William Johnson exhibit, June 3, 1991 through 
July 26, 1991. 

Kele McComsey, Bachelors Candidate, Pennsylvania State 
University. Office of the Registrar, project in the Office of 
the Registrar, June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Joyce Nice, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Department of Exhibition & Design/Office of Mu- 
seum Programs, 20 hours each per week in the exhibition 
and design and the office of museum programs, May 6, 
1991 through June 14, 1991. 

Judith Nyhus, Bachelors Degree, University of South Florida. 
Curatorial/Registrar, research for Edward Hopper Exhibi- 
tion, September 9, 1991 through April 30, 1992. 

Joyce O'Brien, Masters Candidate, American University. Reg- 
istrar/Curatorial, assist the registrar and the curator, Sep- 
tember 9, 1991 through May 30, 1991. 

Dona Portmann, Bachelors Degree. Museum Programs/De- 
sign Preparation, graphic design and exhibition design pro- 
duction, January 14, 1991 through April 27, 1991. 

Amy Prochowski, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial/Education, 
participation in advanced museum studies program, Octo- 
ber 1, 1990 through June 30, 1990. 

Sallie Sanders, Bachelors Degree. Education, assist in educa- 
tional projects; work at the Renwick Gallery; work in exhi- 
bition design, September 6, 1991 through April 26, 1992. 

Ursula Sherard, Visiting Professional. Education, ptoduce a 
written guide of resources about African American art and 
artists, July 1, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Deborah Silverman, Bachelors Candidate, Williams College. 
Curatorial, assist with research on an up-coming exhibition 
on the World Columbian Exposition, July 16, 1991 through 
August 23, 1991. 

Shelly Smith, Bachelors Candidate, St. Francis College. Office 
of Design and Production, pro|ect in department of design 
and production, June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Michelle Spiegel, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia at Santa Cruz. Curatorial, research on an up-coming ex- 
hibition dealing with Hispanic and Native American 
artists, June 10, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 



Telina Williams, High School Student, Calvin Coolidge High 
School. Education, work through DC Cultural Consortium, 
July 15, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Yoon Kim, High School Graduate. Library, assist the profes- 
sional staff in standard library duties in helping determine 
whether incoming materials are to be catalogued or dis- 
carded, sorting materials, eliminating backlog of materials, 
July 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



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Lindsey Adams, Bachelors Degree. Publications, study and 
participate in as many functions of Museum graphic design 
and publications as possible, including, but not limited to, 
papers, layout and design, desktop publishing, and interac- 
tion with vendors, curators, editors, and other designers, 
January 14, 1991 through June 14, 1991. 

Nirva Ahuja. Office of Design, graphic design for "First La- 
dies" exhibit, July 22, 1991 through September 30, 1991. 

Sandra Alger, Masters Candidate, Towson State University. 
Public Programs, assist in exhibit research and design for 
Hands-on-History Room; advise on educational interests 
and abilities of children, July 19, 1991 through August 9, 
1991. 

Leith Alvaro, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 
Division of Community Life, assist staging manager in vari- 
ous activities necessary to prepare objects for installation in 
"American Encounters" show, June 3, 1991 through August 
2, 1991. 

Elena Amatangelo, Bachelors Candidate, University of Cen- 
tral Florida. National Numismatic Collection, work with 
registrar to assist with the development of the exhibition in 
honot of the 100th anniversary of the American Numis- 
matic Association, May 20, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Catherine Anderson, Bachelors Degree. Conservation, develop- 
ment of guidelines on the care and handling of the architec- 
ture and architectural objects in NMAH collection, 
October 9, 1990 through October 9, 1991. 

Jamee Appelson, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wiscon- 
sin — Madison. Division of Armed Forces History, assist 
with collections management of the uniforms collections, 
focusing on those from the Civil War period related mate- 
rial; directed research, January 24, 1991 through April 26, 
1991. 

Corinne Barger, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, work on 
the DeVincey Collection; start moving pictures/movie stars 
series, April 29, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Ellen Bergan, Bachelors Degree. Public Programs, pursue di- 
rected research for the American Encounters project, Janu- 
ary 29, 1991 through June 30, 1991. 

John Bickel, Bachelors Candidate, Luther College. Division of 
Armed Forces History, catalogue objects, research assistant. 



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and artifacts detailing. May 27, 1991 through August 29, 
1991. 

Jeff Biersach, Bachelors Degree. Department of Social and Cul- 
tural History, assist with research on "History of Rock 'n' 
Roll" and "Youth Expetience in the '50 's and '6o's," August 
26, 1991 through December 13, 1991. 

Aimee Bishop, Bachelors Candidate, Covenant College. Divi- 
sion of Armed Forces History, pursue directed research on 
the primary transition points in the life of the citizen sol- 
dier during WWII; assist with preparations rot an exhibit 
on women during the Civil War and with collection man- 
agement of the uniform collection; participate in present- 
ing demonstrations about the cotton gin, early sound 
recordings, and time keeping to museum visitors, January 
*9. 1991 through May 8, 1991. 

Melanie Booth, Bachelors Candidate, Humboldt State Univer- 
sity. Internship Office, gather information for, organize, 
edit, and produce the sixth edition of Intern Opportunities, 
May 28, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Ina Bort, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Division of 
Political History, research various topics for the western sec- 
tion of an upcoming exhibit on the 19th century: focus on 
the People's Party in the elections of 1892 and 1896, June 13, 
1991 through August 7, 1991. 

Mara Bralove, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylva- 
nia. Division of Musical History, assist on production of the 
Smithsonian Jazz, Orchestra Masterworks, June 4, 1991 
through August 31, 1991. 

Jennifer Bride, Bachelors Candidate, Scripps College. 

Registrar's Office, focus on the legal, ethical, and othet col- 
lections management policies and procedures related to ac- 
quiring an object; participate in reviewing individual cases; 
research public inquiries and rehouse accession files as part 
of office's preservation program, January 31, 1991 through 
April 26, 1991. 

Valerie Bronstein, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia at Davis. Division of Engineering and Industry, build 
files for the history of environmental engineering, June 25, 
1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Alexandria Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Divi- 
sion of Engineering and Industries, history of robotics and 
what people thought about robots and computers, Septem- 
ber 3, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Carol Bryant, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. 
Division of Community Life, collections management for 
the "American Encountet," Septembet 4, 1991 through May 

31. I991- 

Karen Bryant, Bachelors Degree. Division of History and 
Technology, Archival research and collection of documents 
pertaining to the Smithsonian Gallery of Art Competition 
project of 1939; background research for architecture in the 
1930s in Ametica and abroad, November 9, 1990 through 
April 30, 1991. 

Jill Buchwalter, Bachelors Candidate, University of Massachu- 
setts. Division of Community Life, work with collection of 



Judairs; assist with object processing, storage, exhibitty, 
transfer from other Smithsonian units; independent project, 
June 4, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Dung Tien Bui, High School Graduate. Division of Political 
History, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Joseph Cahoon, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas. 
Public Programs, assist the "American Encounters" team in 
producing an exhibition on the continual intersection be- 
tween Hispanic and Pueblo peoples in the Rio Grande Val- 
ley; research related to label writing and film script 
writing, June 3, 1991 through August 5, 1991. 

Tad Casper, High School Graduate. Division of Military His- 
tory, participant in the Intern 91 program, June 10, 1991 
through July 12, 1991. 

Meredith Cemuda, Bachelors Candidate, Tulane University. 
Public Affairs, assist in preparation and execution of promo- 
tion and publicity of museum exhibitions; draft correspon- 
dence, conduct photo research and develop media targets 
list, June 3, 1991 through August 1, 1991. 

Amy Cheffy, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Exhibits, fabrication, detail drawings, and 
model making for "First Ladies" exhibition, June 6, 1991 
through September 6, 1991. 

Abigail Chiles, Bachelors Candidate, Denison University. Na- 
tional Numismatics Collection, reorganization of the collec- 
tion of Byzantine coins and collections management 
assistant, June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Katherine Clifford, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke Col- 
lege. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, per- 
form photographic and media research relating to the 
"Science in American Life" exhibit; help prepare script, Sep- 
tember 23, 1991 through December 10, 1991. 

Ezra Cohen, High School Student, Richard Montgomery 
High School. Office of the Registrar, work with organizing 
and cataloguing posters for the Princeton Poster Project, 
June 24, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Jamie Cohen, Bachelors Candidate, University of Vermont. 
Internship and Fellowship Office, assist internship and 
fellowship coordinator, organize the ten-week lunch se- 
ries (brown bag series), May 20, 1991 through July 18, 
1991. 

Wylie Cohn, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Archives 
Center, research assistant with particular tesponsibilities for 
organizing and developing finder's aids for the Naff Collec- 
tion, May 22, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

John Coltet, Bachelors Candidate, University of California — 
Berkeley. Department of the History of Science and Tech- 
nology, research the architecture of Washington, DC, June 
6, 1991 through August 10, 1991. 

Cathy Conway, Bachelors Candidate, University of California- 
Davis, assist with projects relating to the Youth Interpret- 
ers Program, "Go Forth and Serve" exhibition; work on a 
newsletter and transcribe oral histories, Septembet 17, 1991 
through December 5, 1991. 



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Kate Conway, Bachelors Degree. Division of Armed Forces 
History, work on exhibit about GI's in World War II; work 
with military uniforms and headgear from Revolutionary 
War to present, June 3, 1991 through September 1, 1991. 

Cynthia Cooper, Masters Candidate, University of Rhode Is- 
land. Conservation, conservation of First Ladies Project, 
July 8, 1991 through September 16, 1991. 

Vickie Crawley, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason Univer- 
sity. Archives Center, African-American Project — help or- 
ganize and survey various audio tapes and photographs, etc, 
October 10, 1990 through September 30, 1991. 

Frances Davey, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Division 
of Costumes, history of the T-Shirt, September 3, 1991 
through December 20, 1991. 

Angela Davis, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison Univer- 
sity. Division of Political History, research on selected top- 
ics in lifestyles in 19th century American history; assist in 
management of appropriate collections, May 20, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Kylie Dixon, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Division of Political History, comparison between life of 
Anglo women and Indian women in the move westward, 
June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Marjorie Douglas, Bachelors Candidate, Lee College. Depart- 
ment of Social and Cultural History, picture research for ex- 
hibit on slavery and Native Americans, June 26, 1991 
through August 6, 1991. 

Smita Dutta, Masters Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. 
Department of the History of Science and Technology, 
work with curators on ongoing project, "Science in Amet- 
ica," September 3, 1991 through November 9, 1991. 

Shannon Emamali, High School Student, Georgetown Day 
High School. Division of Musical Historical, wotk on press 
release packages, fundraisers, and regular office duties (typ- 
ing, answering phone, etc.). May 8, 1991 through December 

31. 1991- 

Beth Engelman, Bachelors Degree. Academic Programs, assis- 
tant copy editor: edit and revise manuscripts for "American 
Quarterly," Septembet 23, 1991 through January 1, 1991. 

Amy Fitzpatrick, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Di- 
vision of Community Life, assist staging managet in vari- 
ous activities necessary to prepare objects fot installation in 
"Ametican Encountets" exhibit. May 28, 1991 through July 
26, 1991. 

Michael Fox, Masters Candidate, Univetsity of Wyoming. Di- 
vision of Science and Technology, participate in a sequence 
of activities designed to provide a comprehensive overview 
of procedure and policy issues pertaining to the manage- 
ment of collections, June 24, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Paul Frazier, Bachelors Degree. Division of Firearms, assist 
with collection management procedures for the Naval His- 
tory collection, June 3, 1991 through August 10, 1991. 

Robert Fridovich, High School Student, The Newport 
Schools. Office of Public Affairs, assist in the design and 
production of the First Ladies Newslettet; help update 



mailing lists and other promotional and publicity materi- 
als, June 17, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Jennifer Gaillard, Bachelors Degree. Office of Museum Pro- 
grams/Education, collaborate in research on "American Mu- 
sical Theater," "Oklahoma," and a traveling version of 
"Perpetual Campaign," June 27, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Jennifer Gallo, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Duke El- 
lington Collection, assist in Duke Ellington Collection, 
September 3, 1991 through December 27, 1991. 

Terrence Gee, High School Graduate. Office of Public Pro- 
grams, participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Gretchen Gebhardt, Bachelor Candidate, State University of 
New York — Oswego. Division of Agriculture, tesearch for 
"Science in American Life"; collections management, June 
3, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Robin Getrell, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Car- 
olina. Afro-American Program, concentrate on preliminary 
research for and organization of a conference on health and 
healing philosophies and procedures scheduled for 1993, 
June 4, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Noelle Giguere, Bachelors Candidate, Albion College. Divi- 
sion of Political History, catalogue the Truman-White- 
house blueprints; assist in the installation of the Fitst 
Ladies exhibit, September 19, 1991 through December 6, 1991. 

Margaret Gleason, Masters Candidate, University of Dela- 
ware. Department of Conservation, examination and treat- 
ment of a variety of objects from the collection of NMAH, 
September 9, 1991 through August 9, 1992. 

Tracy Goldsmith, Bachelots Candidate, College of William 
and Mary. Department of the Science and Technology, as- 
sist the project curator for the exhibit "Science in American 
Life" scheduled to open in the fall of 1993, May 29, 1991 
through August 9, 1991. 

Tosha Grantham, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Univet- 
sity. Office of Public Programs, work on various facets of 
coordinating the program American Encounters, January 
29, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Kristina Hamel, Museum Professional. Division of Agricul- 
ture, wotk with a tin collection and a project on pro-Ameri- 
can Marketing of automobiles in the Agriculture 
Department, November 15, 1990 through March 31, 1991. 

Sandra Hammack, Bachelors Degree. Division of Transporta- 
tion, assist in the transfer and rehousing of approximately 
150 pieces of scrimshaw, their records, and photogtaphs 
from the division of Domestic Life to the Division of Trans- 
portation, May 25, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Kristen Haring, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. Department of the History of Science and Technol- 
ogy, catalogue mathematical models; work on metric 
system exhibit; conduct guided tesearch in the history of 
mathematics, June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Michael Harrison, High School Graduate. National Numis- 
matic Collection, participant in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 



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Lisa Hartenberger, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia, Los Angeles. Internship Office, assist in a variety of ac- 
tivities designed to foster a sense of community among 
interns and to enlarge their understanding of the major re- 
sponsibilities and functions of the museum, June IO, 1991 
through December 13, 1991. 

Melissa Hartzell, High School Graduate. Office of Public Pro- 
grams, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through 
July 12, 1991. 

Pamela Havert, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Education, assist with design, fabrica- 
tion, installation, and evaluation of prototype exhibits in 
the hands on science preview area for Science in American 
Life, May 15, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Robert Haynes, Masters Candidate, San Francisco State Uni- 
versiry. Division of Community Life, organize and imple- 
ment a cataloguing system of photographic records for the 
Black College Project, June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Btigitta Heikens, Bachelors Degree. National Numismatic 
Collection, reorganize the numismatic collection, August 5, 
1991 through January 31, 1992. 

Kristen Hinrichs, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Divi- 
sion of Architectural History, effects of WPA legislation 
upon the architectural development of DC; specifically 
upon the building of the east wing of the National Gallery 
of Art, September 3, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Katherine Holbrow, Masters Degree. Department of Conserva- 
tion, pre-program conservation internship, concentrating 
on both objects and paper projects (rehousing, research, and 
treatment of works), October 9, 1990 through June 30, 1991. 

Mark Holmfeld, Bachelors Candidate, New England College. Di- 
vision of Engineering, assist curator with research on environ- 
mental engineeting, May 28, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Noel Holton, Bachelors Candidate. Office of Public Pro- 
grams, production assistant — write letters to African Amer- 
ican Historical Cultural Program '92 recipients, June 10, 
1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Douglas Homer, Bachelors Candidate, Davis and Elkins Col- 
lege. Division of Science and Technology, assist, document, 
and provide fellowship in the engineering and industries di- 
vision project, the Heinz Collection, June 13, 1991 through 
August 15, 1991. 

Barbara Hoyniak, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, assist in 
cteating a detailed photographic index fot 21 bound photo- 
graph volumes in the collection #156, the Jackson and 
Sharp and American Car and Foundry records; photos will 
be surveyed and data recorded about each, September 18, 
1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Dottie Huntress, Bachelors Candidate, Vanderbilt University. 
Internship Office, assist with otientation of incoming in- 
terns for the summer of 1991; review current process, make 
recommendations for improvement, and implement those 
tecommendacions. May 22, 1991 through July 5, 1991. 

Kimberly Jacobsen, Bachelors Candidate, University of 

Illinois — Urbana-Champaign. Office of the Registrar, cata- 



logue and organize Princeton Poster Collection, June 17, 
1991 through August 2, 1991. 
Rolanda Jefferson, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Project in African American Culture, program coordination 
for the 1992 season, September 9, 1991 through December 

31. 1991- 

Jean Johnson, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. Public 
Programs, production assistant for Program in African- 
American Cultures — Civil Rights Movement History, June 
10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Steven Johnson, Bachelors Candidate, North Dakota State 
University. Division of Architecture History, research on 
20th century architecture in Washington, DC, June 3, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Victoria Kane, Bachelors Candidate, Loyola University — New 
Orleans. Office of Education, locate, procure, research, and 
interpret matetials/artifacts for Science in American Life ex- 
hibit; develop educational strategies/materials; prototype 
label copy/historic presentation material; other administra- 
tive duties, May 22, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

John Kelly, Bachelors Degree. Academic Programs, Editorial in- 
tern for American Quarterly, May 9, 1991 through June 29, 1991. 

Vicky King, Bachelors Candidate, Lee College. Department of 
Social and Cultural History, archive research with photos 
for exhibit "19th Century Black Americans and Cherokee 
Indians, June 26, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Heung Lan Kot, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Registrar's Office, gain an overview of the collec- 
tion management function of the registrars office by 
working in each of the major units of the office including: 
accessions, loans, OPF, master plan, and off-site storage; ad- 
dress issues related to administration, budget, policy, and 
inventory and audit requirements, May 13, 1991 through 
August 8, 1991. 

Matthew Kowalczyk, Bachelors Candidate, University of De- 
troit. Office of Education, Science in American Life Curric- 
ulum Project, June 25, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Paul Kramer, Masters Degree. Archives Center, compile a cata- 
logue of the N.W Ayer Collection of advertising history, 
July 8, 1991 through September 15, 1991. 

Peter Lachmann, Bachelors Candidate, Harrwich College. De- 
partment of Social and Cultural History, exhibit dealing 
with sports artifacts, June 24, 1991 through August 3, 1991. 

Kendra Lambert, Bachelors Candidate, Auburn University. Ex- 
hibits Design, assist in the finished stages of American En- 
counters: create symbol sets and graphic techniques, 
colorations of environments and imagery, create camera ready 
art, color separations, June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Kristina Lassen, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Housing and Design, assistant to designer; 
drawing, building models, and working with CAD, Janu- 
ary 29, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Kristianna Ledesma, High School Graduate. Smithsonian 
Early Enrichment Center, participant in "Intern 91," July 
15, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 



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Karen Lee, High School Graduate. Division of Armed Forces 
History, assist in sorting, recording, and mailing of objects; 
return the reference collection artifacts excavated from un- 
derwatet wrecks, June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Brenda Levy, Bachelors Degree. Research for "Science in 

American Life" exhibit, September 4, 1991 through Septem- 
ber 4, 1992. 

Cheryl Levy, Bachelors Candidate, University of Rhode Is- 
land. Office of Education, assistant program coordinator; 
focus on organization and research related to a future travel- 
ing exhibition entitled "The Perpetual Campaign," January 
31, 1991 through May 3, 1991. 

Deborah Linn, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts University. Na- 
tional Numismatics Collection, assist two collections man- 
agers with rehousing and conservation, June 3, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Karen Lund, Bachelors Degree. Office of the Registrar, assis- 
tance to ongoing collections management program of the 
"1876: A Centennial Exhibition" in the Arts and Industries 
Building, January 21, 1991 through May 5, 1991. 

Joshua Luplcin, Bachelors Candidate. Division of Political His- 
tory, work on land policy in 19th century west, especially 
government distribution, June 24, 1991 through August 17, 
1991. 

Robert MacSweeney, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wis- 
consin-Madison. Division of Political History, photo and 
object research for the Presidency exhibit and publications, 
April 15, 1991 through June 7, 1991. 

Nadine Maleh, Bachelors Degtee. Division of Architectural 
History, conduct research on the architecture of Washing- 
ton, DC; archival research on various libraries, May 28, 1991 
through May 1, 1992. 

Jean Mansavage, Doctoral Candidate, Texas A&M University. 
Department of Social and Cultural History, assist with re- 
search on Children in the Cold War Era and Rock and 
Roll, May 28, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Amigh Mariani, Masters Candidate, University of Pittsburgh. 
Office of Education, activity development for the new 
hands-on-history room, June 3, 1991 through September 13, 
1991. 

Charlotte Marshall, Bachelors Degree. Academic Programs, 
edit American Quarterly, August 28, 1991 through December 

31. 1991- 

Ken Masters, Bachelors Candidare. American Indian Pro- 
gram, research design and design techniques of traditional 
Southeastern Cherokee pottery, January 16, 1991 through 
March 29, 1991. 

Paul Martin, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Division of Armed Forces History, participate 
in an inventory and reorganization of the National Fire- 
arms Collection, September 4, 1991 through December 15, 
1991. 

Rossella Matamoros, Masters Degree. Public Programs, re- 
search outreach hands-on projects fot "American Encoun- 
ters Exhibition," June 17, 1991 through August 17, 1991. 



Lisa Mattoni, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at 
Davis. Office of Exhibits, assist in current exhibit produc- 
tion projects, July 1, 1991 through August 27, 1991. 

Maudi Matz, High School Graduate. Office of the Registrar, 
participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 
1991. 

Amy Mendel, Bachelors Degree. Office of Public Affairs, par- 
ticipate in several major functions of public affairs work, in- 
cluding drafting press releases, preparing photo files, and 
responding to press inquiries and requests, January 7, 1991 
through May 17, 1991. 

Naomi Mezey, Masters Candidate, University of Minnesota. 
Division of Community Life, 1939 World's Fair Collection 
and "Origins of Rock 'n' Roll in Memphis" exhibit, June 
17, 1991 through August 20, 1991. 

Lara Milauickas, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio University. Office 
of Education, assist in development of education programs 
for the American Encounters project, September 9, 1991 
through December 20, 1991. 

Barbara Miles, Bachelors Degree. Division of Printing, press 
and printing demonstrations, June 24, 1991 through Au- 
gust 22, 1991. 

David Miller, Mastets Candidate, George Mason University. 
Division of Domestic Life, work on revising the "After the 
Revolution" exhibition, February 12, 1991 through April 
30, 1991. 

Laura Minkin, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives 
Center, work with the Duke Ellington Collection, Septem- 
ber 3, 1991 through December 22, 1991. 

Valerie Moses, Bachelors Degree. Office of Internship and Fel- 
lowship, increase outreach to diverse populations by visit- 
ing appropriate personnel in area colleges and universities, 
June 4, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Gregory Mueller. Division of Transportation, research and ex- 
hibits, June 17, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Matthew Mullaney, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. 
Division of Community Life, Black Colleges — securing 
loan objects, assist in preparing for traveling show; "Field 
to Factory" — compile reference booklet for new designer of 
children's track; assistant for 19th or 18th century project, 
November 26, 1990 through January 21, 1991. 

Erica Myers, Bachelors Candidate. Division of Community 
Life, research on gender and racial stereotypes in cover 
graphics and lyrics of popular music relating to sport be- 
tween 1840 and i960, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Laurie Nagy, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives 
Center/ Advertising History, tesearch the cteative revolu- 
tion in advertising and design, September 3, 1991 through 
December 22, 1991. 

Theresa Napson, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Program in African American Culture, develop a file on 
19th and 20th century black protest traditions and black 
women in U.S. History, September 9, 1991 through Novem- 
ber 30, 1991. 



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Anna Nariani, High School Graduate. Division of Electricity 
and Modern Physics, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 
1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Sandra Narva, Bachelors Degree. Division of Political History, 
assist on preparation of materials, and organization of logis- 
tical details for the First Ladies exhibition, June 3, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Aaron Nawrocki, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State Univer- 
sity. Office of Internships and Fellowship, assistant intern- 
ship and fellowship coordinator, October 1, 1990 through 
December 4, 1990. 

Elizabeth Nephew, Masters Candidate, University of Wiscon- 
sin-Madison. Department of History of Science and Tech- 
nology, research Seneca images, March 4, 1991 through 
April 26, 1991. 

Clinton Neuguth, Bachelors Candidate, State University of 
New York — Oneonta. Division of Musical History, restora- 
tion, preservation, and display of rare musical instruments, 
January 22, 1991 through September 30, 1991. 

Alexandra Ogilvie, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conser- 
vation, general conservation projects, August 5, 1991 
through August 31, 1991. 

Sarah Omdorff, Bachelors Degree. Office of Education, research to 
help develop educational curricula for the "Science in American 
Life" exhibit, September 30, 1991 through November 29, 1991. 

Scot Orriss, Bachelors Candidate, Marymount University. Of- 
fice of Exhibits and Design, analyze and interpret lighting 
design found in museum exhibits, July 2, 1991 through No- 
vember 1, 1991. 

Christopher Page, Bachelors Candidate, University of Mary- 
land. Office of Public Programs, production assistant on 
several programs in African American culture, March 18, 
1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Paul Pallansch. Office of Exhibit Design, participate in all 
major meetings pertaining to the Fitst Ladies Project; 
construct four scale models that will serve as the primary 
elements in the fundraising campaign for the project, 
February 19, 1991 thtough April 19, 1991. 

Irene Papancstor, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Di- 
vision of Architecrural History, research on 20th century ar- 
chitecture in Washington, DC, June 3, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Melissane Parm, Bachelors Degree. Program in African-Amer- 
ican Cultures, assist with bibliographic research and plan- 
ning for the 1992 conference on the African diaspora, June 
3, 1991 thtough August 9, 1991. 

Caroline Pelton, Mastets Degree. Office of Museum Pro- 
grams, develop curriculum and learn the process for exhib- 
its and program development for Museum Studies 
Programs at Ellington School of the Arts, June 20, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Ann Pfau, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. 
Division of Political History, research on industrialization 
in the United States during the late 19th century, Septem- 
ber 3, 1991 through Decembet 31, 1991. 



Leah Pisano, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Department of the History of Science and Technology, ar- 
chitectural research related to the architectural history of 
Washington, DC, May 29, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Scott Poole, Bachelors Degree. Division of Community Life, 
research and develop projects for the Division of Commu- 
nity Life, January 7, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Scott Poole, Bachelors Degree. Division of Public Programs, 
assist in the development and implementation of the cul- 
tural reporter outreach project, September 27, 1991 through 
Decembet 31, 1991. 

Molly Powell, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Caro- 
lina. Division of Armed Forces History, assist in otganizing 
a temporary exhibit of NATO mannequins; permanent ex- 
hibit on World War II soldiers; individual project for stor- 
ing various artifacts, July 8, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

John Prokos, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 
Division of Armed Forces History, assist in various tasks re- 
lating to the Naval History and Marine Corps History sec- 
tions of the Museum, June 17, 1991 through August 17, 1991. 

Paige Purcell, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Office of 
Public Programs, general intern for programs concerning 
race relations over the past 500 years in the Rio Grande area 
of New Mexico, June 7, 1991 through August 27, 1991. 

Mindy Putterman, Bachelors Candidate, University of Mary- 
land. Design, assist the designer with a variety of exhibit 
fabrication, detailing work on "American Encounters," Au- 
gust 13, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Rama Ramakrishna, Bachelors Degree. African American 
Communities Project, assist research in Afro-American 
Communities Project — focusing on social, political, and 
economic structure and activities of notthern black commu- 
nities before the 18th Cenrury, January 7, 1991 through 
April 16, 1991. 

Christian Ramey, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. Office of the Registrar, assist on a major rehousing 
project of collections from the Division of Music History, 
June 3, 1991 through August 20, 1991. 

Sridhar Rao, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of the History of Science and Technology, as- 
sist with "Science in American Life" exhibition with focus 
on developing a computer-based intetactive display, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Paul Retzbach, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Office of Exhibit Design, assist in exhibit design (Colum- 
bus) as assistant to the designer; concentrate on the se- 
quence of design responsibilities for the American 
Encounters Exhibition; responsibilities include preparation 
of site, documentation drawings, selection of materials, etc, 
January 8, 1991 through Aptil 26, 1991. 

Nicole Renvent, Bachelots Candidate, Haus der Gestidte. 
Division of Political History, tesearch for the fotthcom- 
ing installation devoted to life in the U.S. during the 
late 19th century, August 5, 1991 through September 10, 
1991. 



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James Rhoderick, Bachelors Candidate, Swarthmore College. 
Division of Political History, assist with research on pro- 
jects relating to the American presidency and its social ac- 
tivist role in the 20th century; research concerning 
westward expansion, June 10, 1991 through August 20, 1991. 

Heidi Robinson, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Divi- 
sion of Engineering and Industry, assist in development of 
a window display on the heating and cooling of homes and 
how these considerations affect the architecture of build- 
ings, September }, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Cynthia Rose, Bachelors Degree. Internship Office, assist in 
building a sense of community among interns and serve as 
a peer advisor for them, September 13, 1991 through Decem- 
ber 31, 1991. 

Claire Ryan, Bachelors Candidate, Kenyon College. Division 
of Museum Programs, pursue directed research in the devel- 
opment of music as an element in American advertising on 
radio and television, January 28, 1991 through April 23, 
1991. 

Gretchen Schneider, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Di- 
vision of Architectural History, research for projects related 
to architectural history of Washington, DC, May 26, 1991 
through August 25, 1991. 

Karen Seese. Division of Political History, First Ladies Ex- 
hibit: assist with all aspects of exhibit production — loca- 
tion and coordination of objects, transporting paper objects 
to photo service, assist photo researcher with photo re- 
quests, January 8, 1991 through March 31, 1991. 

Kevin Sheets, Bachelors Candidate, Gettysburg College. Divi- 
sion of Political History, directed research on a Baltimore 
parade of Whigs and their supporters held in 1844; address 
the reasons for the parade, the political and cultural make- 
up of the group, and the significance of the event at that 
time, January 31, 1991 through April 26, 1991. 

Ari Sheinkin, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Division of Armed Forces History, catalogue and re- 
search, September 5, 1991 through December 15, 1991. 

Laura Shepherd, Bachelors Candidate, University of Georgia. 
Division of Armed Forces History, rehouse and photograph 
collections of 19th century U.S. Military headwear; research 
and document objects, June 17, 1991 through August 28, 
1991. 

Kristen Slater, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Caro- 
lina — Greensboro. Division of Armed Forces History, re- 
search and documentation on development of women's 
military uniforms in the US, June 3, 1991 through August 
9. 1991- 

Carol Slatick, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Division of Armed Forces History, day-to-day activ- 
ity; catalogue and research, September 4, 1991 through 
December 9, 1991. 

Jessica Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Spelman College. Pro- 
gram of African-American Culture, assist with completion 
of annotated bibliography on the African diaspora, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Pamela Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Tulane University. Publi- 
cations Division, develop skills on desktop publishing; ex- 
plore museum graphic opportunities; produce publications 
related to Quincentenary programs, June 16, 1991 through 
August 20, 1991. 

Sarah Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Archives 
Center, assist in the cataloging of the Underwood and Un- 
derwood Glass and Stereograph Collection, September 3, 
1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Jennifer Songster-Burnett, Masters Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Archives Center, concentrate on the stereographs 
in the Warshaw Collection; organize the collection; com- 
plete documentation; and develop a finder's aid, February 
7, 1991 through May 17, 1991. 

Steven Stark, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland- 
Baltimore. National Numismatics Collection, assistant to 
collections manager; participate in all phases of the collec- 
tions management with special focus on coins, tokens, and 
archival materials, March 1, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Steven Stark, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland- 
Baltimore. National Numismatic Collection, participate in 
all aspects of collection processes, September 31, 1991 
through December 17, 1991. 

Daryl Stuart, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Department of Social and Cultural History, collections 
management assistant in Conservation, Registration, Exhib- 
its Project Management, and Storage; apply collections 
management principals to daily activities, to observe the re- 
lationship between activities, and to identify management 
problems and solutions. May 1, 1991 through August 2, 
1991. 

Hillery Stubbs, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and 
Mary. Division of Musical History, assist in research in 
preparation for the upcoming exhibit on Duke Ellington, 
June 3, 1991 through August 21, 1991. 

Samuel Stueland, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Department of Social and Cultural History, photographic 
research for lecture on the Afro-American community in 
Washington, DC from 1925-1960, May 28, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Samuel Stueland, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Division of Engineering and Industry, research environmen- 
tal engineering, September 11, 1991 through December 31, 
1991. 

Yuka Sugiura, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Divi- 
sion of Architectural History, research on 20th century ar- 
chitecture in Washington, DC, June 3, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

John Summerford, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Education, member of the design 
team for the Learning Centet of the "Science in American 
Life" exhibit, November I, 1990 through May 30, 1991. 

Harmonos Swan III, Bachelors Candidate, George Washing- 
ton University. Division of Armed Forces History, identifi- 
cation of Marine artifacts; study and research maritime 



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history; assist in rehousing of artifacts dismantled from past 
exhibitions and record the new location, June 3, 1991 
through August 3, 1991. 

Jeffrey Sweet, Bachelors Degree. Division of Armed Forces 
History, assist administrator for social, cultural, science, 
and technology in the day-to-day running of both depart- 
ments: procurement, budgets, finance, personnel, etc.; 
work with assorted computer programs; assist in computer 
training; set up both computerized and hard copy files and 
databases, September 23, 1991 thtough December 31, 1991. 

Kathryn Tarleton, Masters Candidate, University of Rhode Is- 
land. Department of Conservation, work with First Ladies 
gowns collection, July 8, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Stefanie Thielemann, Bachelors Candidate, University of Cali- 
fornia-Davis, assist on the "First Ladies — Political Role, 
Public Image" exhibit; learn the process of designing, pro- 
ducing, and installing a museum exhibit, specifically pto- 
duction notes, drawings, schedules, template and model 
making, Septembet 25, 1991 through December 16, 1991. 

Lisa Thompson, Bachelors Degree. Division of Community 
Life, assist with graphics for the American Encounters proj- 
ect, September 11, 1991 through June 30, 1992. 

Kristin Tichy, Bachelors Candidate, Hope College. National 
Numismatics Collection, assist with acquisition procedures 
for two collections of Greek coins; assist with cataloguing 
and another collections management procedures for the col- 
lection of US coins and for foreign medals, January 21, 1991 
thtough March 1, 1991. 

Helen Todd, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. 
Office of Computer Services, assist with computer systems 
administration and applications programming for the SUN 
network. May 20, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Herbert Toler, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, research 
and preliminary indexing of the Duke Ellington scrap- 
books; assist with several appearances of the SI orchestra, 
June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Sheila Torres, Bachelors Candidate, Catholic University. De- 
partment of the History of Science and Technology, assist 
with preparation of scripts for three exhibits in the "Science 
in America" exhibit, June 24, 1991 thtough August 30, 1991. 

Rebecca VanDyck, Bachelors Degree. Division of Commu- 
nity Life, assist in "History of Rock n' Roll" and "Life 
in the 20th Century," August 5, 1991 thtough November 
30, 1991. 

Alyx Vu, High School Graduate. Archives Center, partici- 
pant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Denise Wagner, Bachelors Candidate, State University of New 
York-Purchase. Office of Exhibits, Work in exhibit produc- 
tion graphic shop, June 10, 1991 thtough June 28, 1991. 

Monika Wahi, Bachelors Candidate, University of Minne- 
sota — Twin Cities. Division of Costume, research/display 
with 18th and 19th century gowns, April 8, 1991 through 
June 14, 1991. 

Sylvia Wall, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Division of 
Musical History, research of religion in the life of Duke El- 



lington, especially his sacred concert pieces, June 3, 1991 
through August 9, 1991. 

Wendy Wallace, Bachelors Candidate, Virginia Common- 
wealth Univetsiry. National Numismatic Collection, orga- 
nize camera room; plan for storage of large equipment; 
label microphotographic slides. May 20, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Brad Weaver, Bachelors Candidate, Perdue University. Assist 
Director of Budget and Finance, budget, accounting, and 
personnel analyses to support the work of the central ad- 
ministrative office, June 3, 1991 thtough August 10, 1991. 

Abby Williams, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. Di- 
vision of Architectural History, research of architecture of 
Washington, DC in the 20th century, June 18, 1991 through 
August 22, 1991. 

Reginald Wills, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Archives Center, research and preliminary indexing 
of the Duke Ellington Scrapbooks, June 3, 1991 thtough Au- 
gust 9, 1991. 

Leslie Womble, Bachelors Degree. Office of Education, assist 
in preparation and execution of promotion and publicity 
fot museum exhibitions; draft correspondence, conduct 
photo research, and develop target lists, June 4, 1991 
through September 1, 1991. 

Amy Woods, Bachelors Candidate, Huntington College. Mu- 
seum Programs, assist in the development and production 
of public programs and educational audio-visual products, 
January 22, 1991 through May 3, 1991. 

Bonnie Wuthenet-Wadsworth, Museum Professional, 

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Museum. Department of the His- 
tory of Science and Technology, exhibit design, February 11, 
1991 through May 3, 1991. 

Eugene Yancey, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conserva- 
tion, participate in the conservation of mats composed of 
woven plant material, November 5, 1990 through Novem- 
ber 5, 1991. 

Daria Young, Bachelors Candidate, Spelman College. Deparr- 
ment of Social and Cultural History, assist in developing 
and organizing the Quincentenary exhibit; object acquisi- 
tion, storage, and indexing, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 
1991. 

Helen Young, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conservation, 
assist in preparation of objects for exhibition; participate in 
treatment of collection materials, Octobet 9, 1990 through 
Octobet 9, 1991. 



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Ella-Chtistine Fischer- White, Bachelors Candidate, 
Hochschule der Kunste. National Campaign Office, 
fundraising as research, public relations, and help plan spe- 
cial events, August 8, 1991 through October 11, 1991. 



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Anthony Altucher. Department of Anthropology, assist the cu- 
rator of Asian ethnology, September 9, 1991 through De- 
cember 27, 1991. 

George Bennert III, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington 
College. Department of Paleobiology, identification of 
Lower Petmian fossils extracted from matrix, to determine 
makeup of fauna as preserved and concentration of fossils in 
the sediment, September 13, 1991 through December 31, 
1991. 

Andrew Bickford, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason Uni- 
versity. Department of Anthtopology, lithic analysis of a 
stone tool assemblage from a Mississippian village site, 
Snodgrass, dating to ca. 1300 AD, January 24, 1991 through 
May 14, 1991. 

Christopher Blalock, High School Student, Bolles School. Ma- 
rine Systems Laboratory, plankton research, June 20, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Jennifer Brathovde, Masters Candidate, University of Wash- 
ington. Department of Anthropology, process the papers of 
Helen White Peterson; organize, describe, and produce in- 
ventory of Peterson's manuscript materials, April 15, 1991 
through July 5, 1991. 

Jim Breiler, Masters Candidate, University of Washington. 
Department of Anthropology, research on museum design 
for planning building layout; research on material related 
to Plateau Tribes, in particular, those from the Confeder- 
ated Tribes of the Colville Reservarion, April 8, 1991 
through June 14, 1991. 

Cathleen Brown, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Mineral Science, detailed mineralogical and 
geochemical study of gem-bearing pegmatites of western 
Maine, March 25, 1991 through September 30, 1991. 

Wendi-Starr Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth Col- 
lege. Department of Anthropology, research and editorial 
work on the Handbook of North American Indians, June 
10, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Marcus Burrowes-Birhan, High School Graduate. Office of Ex- 
hibits, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through 
July 12, 1991. 

Judith Buzzi, Visiting Professional. Office of Education, de- 
velop biographies of minority natural scientist, with class- 
room activities for elementary school teachers, July 1, 1991 
through August 9, 1991. 

Julie Carlton, Bachelors Candidate, University of Arizona. De- 
partment of Paleobiology, work with various collections 
and projects concerning the paleobotany of Illinois, May 
28, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Mitchell Carmona, Masters Candidate, Indiana University. De- 
partment of Anthropology, Omaha Tribal Catalogue, May 
28, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Carrie Carrel, Bachelors Candidate, New College of the Uni- 
versity of South Florida. Department of Botany, review the 



collection of Edgar Anderson and confirm vouchers 
through chromosome description in the literature. May 27, 
1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Emilia Casillas, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas at 
El Paso. Department of Botany, compilation of Illustrations 
for the Medicinal Flora of the Philippines as well as the 
Guianas, May 28, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Angela Cavender, Bachelors Candidate, University of Minne- 
sota. Department of Anthropology, research on U.S.- 
Dakota conflict and the Christianization of the Dakota 
people, July 1, 1991 through September 6, 1991. 

Darika Chanachote, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthro- 
pology, set up bibliographic database on Indonesian mate- 
rial, January 14, 1991 through April 5, 1991. 

Kisha Chase, High School Student, F.W. Ballou Senior High 
School. Office of Education, participate in workshops and 
assist with workshops in the Summer Teacher Institute, 
June 27, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Ann Chipperfield, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthro- 
pology, collection of source materials and data for database 
on the ecological characteristics of modern environments 
for comparison with ancient ecosystem, June 13, 1991 
through December 31, 1991. 

Meng Choo, Bachelors Candidate, Cornell University. Labora- 
tory of Molecular Systematics, analysis of genetic and mor- 
phological relationships between species of Manakin in 
Panama, May 27, 1991 through August 4, 1991. 

Juanita Cole, High School Student, F.W. Ballou Senior High 
School. Office of Education, participate in workshops and 
assist with the workshops in the Summer Teacher Institute, 
June 27, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Pamela Conrad, Doctoral Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Global Volcanism, help gather and disseminate in- 
formation about volcanic activity and earthquakes; help 
prepare illustrations and other material for the Bulletin of the 
Global Volcanism Network and the book of Global Volcanism, 
1986-1990, September 10, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Geronima Cortese, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason Uni- 
versity. Office of Quincentenary Programs, work on a trav- 
eling panel exhibit that discusses how, when Columbus 
arrived in the New World, two worlds met and changed 
the world. May 28, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Michael Crockett, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Division of Amphibians and Reptiles, age determination in 
the green sea turtle, using skeletochnenology and investiga- 
tion into evolution of skink genus Emola using cladistics, 
June 3, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Nick Dechman, High School Student, Jefferson High School. 
Laboratory of Molecular Systematics, assist on various pro- 
jects, June 17, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Elizabeth DeFilippo, Bachelors Candidate, George Washing- 
ton University. Department of Vertebrate Zoology, collate, 
edit, and enroll cetacean strandings information for the ma- 
rine mammal events program, February II, 1991 through 
August 30, 1991. 



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Dianna Drummond, Masters Degree. Department of Anthro- 
pology, experience in textile conservation in an ethno- 
graphic collection, July 9, 1991 through October 4, 1991. 

Ladda Duckworth, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Department of Anthropology, help in final prep- 
arations for "Beyond the Java Sea," January 11, 1991 through 
March 31, 1991. 

Laura Evans, Bachelors Candidate, Geotge Washington Uni- 
versity. Physical Anthropology, study of prehistoric skull 
surgery in South America, May 28, 1991 through August 
30, 1991. 

Virginia Feria, High School Graduate. Insect Zoo, work with 
visitors conducting feedings, insect handlings, and public 
demonstrations; daily preparation of exhibits and the care 
of insect cultures in the rearing room, June 17, 1991 
through August 9, 1991. 

Gina Fuentes, Masters Candidate, Geotge Mason University. 
Department of Anthropology, catalogue Latin American 
film collections, January 7, 1991 through March 29, 1991. 

Holly Ganz, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Department of Botany, projects in Pacific Island 
plants: x-ray analysis of venation patterns to determine phy- 
logenetic relationships between rwo genera in the Com- 
positae, May 28, 1991 through August 4, 1991. 

Jose Gatcia-Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, University of Puerto 
Rico. Department of Vertebtate Zoology/Herpetology, ana- 
lyze advertisement call variation in frog species, May 28, 
1991 through August 2, 1991. 

R. Douglas Gitar, Bachelors Candidate, University of Wiscon- 
sin — Superior. Department of Botany, Commelinaceae Re- 
search/X-ray of leaves; study of anatomical and morphological 
features of leaf venation of fresh pressed, dried, and rehydrated 
specimens. May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Heidi Gjerset, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Department of Anthropology, collections manage- 
ment projects with a conservation oversight, February 25, 
1991 through May 1, 1991. 

Grace Haggerty, Bachelors Degree. Department of Mineral 
Sciences, Fluid inclusion, geochemical, and petrologic in- 
vestigation of type-c eceogitis of the circumpacific and Car- 
ibbean, January 15, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Jamel Harvey, High School Student, T.C. Williams High 
School. Office of Education, participate in workshops and 
assist with workshops in the Summer Teacher Institute, 
June 28, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Laura Hill, Visiting Professional. Naturalist Center, 

illustrations for booklet on comparative human osteology, 
July 15, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Tristram Hill, Bachelors Candidate, University of Vermont. 
Department of Botany, biological diversiry of the Guianas; 
Werneria research. May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

James Himphill, Bachelors Degree. Human Studies Film Ar- 
chives, assist in cataloging the film archives collections of 
Oceanic film; help process a small film collection, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Huey-ing Jeng, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Department of Anthropology/Conservation Labora- 
tory, hands on experience on ethnological collections 
within collection management concentration, September 3, 
1991 through November 13, 1991. 

Micah Jenkins, High School Graduate. Museum Support Cen- 
tet Move Office, participant in "Intern 91" — moving and 
cleaning Southwest pottery, June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Mary Jennings. Department of Anthropology, assist in the 
North American Hall project and in the administration of 
the American Indian Program, September 16, 1991 through 
January 31, 1992. 

Karen Jones, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthropology, 
assist in gathering background information on the history 
of African-American settlements in the Eastern Shore of 
Maryland, June 3, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Mark Jordan, Bachelors Candidate, Luther College. Depart- 
ment of Vertebrate Zoology/Herpetology, determination of 
sex and its relation to the biology of the Btown Tree Snake 
(Boiga irregularis). May 27, 1991 through August 21, 1991. 

Senain Kheshgi, Bachelors Degree. Human Study Film Ar- 
chives, film cataloging and preservation. 

Maria Kiriakiou, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Department of Anthropology, study of the archaeo- 
logical Greek collections and of an American lithic 
collection, September 3, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Wendy Kline, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Hand- 
book of North American Indians, research of photographs 
of Native Americans at the rum of the century by 
Benedecte Wrensted, September 3, 1991 through December 
20, 1991. 

Teal Krech, High School Student, Miss Porter's School. Move 
Office, assistant to museum technicians and conservators, 
January 7, 1991 through February 1, 1991. 

Erica Krug, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. Of- 
fice of Education, research and interviews pertaining to ele- 
mentary and secondary school curriculum as it relates to 
"Seeds of Change" exhibit; assist in workshop preparations, 
September 23, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Scott LaGreca, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, Flora 
of St. John's Island: includes processing field collections, 
making labels, distributing duplicates, and locating recent 
and historical St. John's Island collections. May 27, 1991 
through August 2, 1991. 

Edward Lippert, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 
Department of Anthropology, research assistant investigat- 
ing chiefdom, theoties, applied specifically to the 
ethnohistorical literature on the Tupinumba, April 2, 1991 
through June 22, 1991. 

Dana Lipscomb, High School Student, Northwestern High 
School. Office of Education, participate in workshops and 
assist with workshops in the Summer Teacher Institute, 
June 28, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Lynda Liu, Bachelors Candidate, Yale College. Department of 
Entomology, produce scientific illustrations in the field of 



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entomology suitable for publication in research papers, 
June n, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 

Richard Lupia III, Bachelors Candidate, University of Penn- 
sylvania. Department of Paleobiology, Landscape heteroge- 
neity in the Permian, May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Carlos Maldonado, Bachelors Candidate, University of Puerto 
Rico. Department of Botany, research the importance of the 
reproductive structures in the systematica of Halimeda, 
May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Audrey Manring, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson 
High School. Office of Education, assist in organization of 
Summer Teacher Institute, June 27, 1991 through August 

9. 1991- 

Heidi Marse, Bachelors Candidate, Scripps College. Office of 
Public Affairs, assist with publicity, media relations, and 
special events/fearures, September 18, 1991 through Decem- 
ber 20, 1991. 

Amy Mauldin, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Of- 
fice of Public Affairs, assist the Public Relations Depart- 
ment with publicity, media relations, and special 
events/features, January 24, 1991 through April 19, 1991. 

R.J.R. McCleary, Bachelors Candidate, Western Michigan 
University. Department of Vertebrate Zoology/Herpetol- 
ogy, Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles, May 
27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Marta McCormick, High School Graduate. Marine Systems 
Laboratory, participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 

Christopher McDermott, Bachelors Candidate, Appalachian 
State University. Physical Anthropology, catalogue, inven- 
tory, and preserve skeletal collections; analysis of archaeo- 
logical Great Plains skeletal collection, May 27, 1991 
through August 20, 1991. 

Jill McElderry, Bachelors Candidate, Swarthmore College. De- 
partment of Paleobiology, paleobiology in Wyoming; labo- 
ratory technique work including x-ray analysis, and field 
work, May 27, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Jay McGirt, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthropology, 
research southeastern clothing and textiles, November 5, 

1990 through December 14, 1990. 

Jay McGirt, Community Scholar. Department of Anthropol- 
ogy, research southeastern clothing and textiles, March 10, 

1991 through March 30, 1991. 

Jon Mellis, Bachelors Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. 
Fellowship Office, research and explore topics in American 
history that historiographical interpretation has greatly var- 
ied during different time periods; specifically look at how 
history text books have depicted certain experiences in the 
American story, February 7, 1991 through June 30, 1991. 

Heidi Miner, High School Graduate. Department of Anthro- 
pology, participant in "Intern 91" — assist in research of a 
photographer, June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Sarah Mitchell, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthropol- 
ogy, research expatriate communities in colonial Africa, 
June 3, 1991 through August 31, 1991. 



Mary Jean Mund, Bachelors Degree. Department of Verte- 
brate Zoology/Mammals, food habits of Scalomys 
melanops: study the stomach contents of preserved speci- 
mens of a South American mouse to determine whether or 
not it eats, and therefore is a transporter of mycorrhizal 
fungi, May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Zain Muse, Bachelors Candidate, Spelman College. Office of 
Education, assist with Native American Public Program- 
ming, June 3, 1991 through August 24, 1991. 

Carolyn Myets, Bachelors Candidate, Dickinson College. 
Move Office, assist with packing, transport, and restorage 
of anthropology collections, January 3, 1991 through Janu- 
ary 25, 1991. 

Tracey Neese, High School Graduate. Department of Anthro- 
pology, participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Elizabeth Obee, Bachelors Candidate, Louisiana State Univer- 
sity. Department of Botany, analyze Werneria nubigena for 
variability in specimens which may determine varieties or 
species. May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Sonja Olsen, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. Move 
Office, assist with packing, transport, and restorage of an- 
thropology collections, January 7, 1991 through March 15, 1991. 

Lori Olson, Bachelors Candidate, St. Olaf College. Develop- 
ment Office, assist in researching potential donors for pro- 
jects in NMNH; work with special events office to 
coordinate cultivational receptions, January 25, 1991 
through May 30, 1991. 

Illena Ortegon, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, ma- 
rine algae of the Yucatan Peninsula, May 27, 1991 through 
August 2, 1991. 

Ashley Pierce, Bachelors Candidate, Haverford College. De- 
partment of Anthropology, research education in colonial 
East Africa, June 3, 1991 through August 1, 1991. 

Raul Puente, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, plant 
conservation in Latin America: the endangered cacti of 
Mexico, May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Marcy Resnick, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Office of Public Affairs, assist with publicity, media rela- 
tions, and special events/features, June 7, 1991 through Au- 
gust 2, 1991. 

George Rosario, Bachelors Candidate, Long Island University. 
Office of Exhibits, various projects relating to the mainte- 
nance and monitoring of living marine ecosystems, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Karen Rosenblatt, Masters Degree. Department of Anthropol- 
ogy, conservation projects on Polynesian barkcloth: move 
collections to the Support Center, rehouse physical collec- 
tion, June 14, 1991 through December 14, 1991. 

Steven Ross, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. An- 
thropological Archives, investigation into the papers of 
Ales Hrdlicka, with emphasis on photographs relating to 
the Panama-California Exposition of 1915, and the manu- 
script autobiography. My Journeys, June 27, 1991 through 
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Benjamin Salisbury, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. De- 
partment of Vertebrate Zoology/Mammals, morphometric 
analysis of cranial development in two species of opossum, 
May 27, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Pamela San Miguel, Bachelors Degree. Department of Pale- 
obiology, study evolution of terrestrial Ecosystems, March 
4, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Jan Schlamp, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, assist 
in the production of the Biological Conservation newslet- 
ter; write feature articles and scanning new books and jour- 
nals for references; compile an index of articles from 
previous issues and transfer bibliographic information from 
a word -processing program into a database, March 11, 1991 
through July 26, 1991. 

Lori Schlenker, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maine. 
Move Office, assist with the project to move the Anthropol- 
ogy collection from old storage facilities to a new storage 
building; work with collections management, technicians, 
conservation staff, and the move office, January 28, 1991 
through May 11, 1991. 

Michelle Schneider, High School Graduate. Department of 
Anthropology, participant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 
through July 12, 1991. 

Aaron Seliquini, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. De- 
partment of Anthropology, Archaeological Cataloguing — 
Panama (Stirling>-processing laboratory, January 2, 1991 
through January 29, 1991. 

Diana Shia, Bachelors Candidate, University of Virginia. 
Smithsonian Oceanographic Sorting Center, sort and iden- 
tify copepods. May 13, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Kathy Short, Bachelors Candidate, Rhodes College. Move Of- 
fice, museum technician, general, and anthropology, Sep- 
tember 3, 1991 through December 14, 1991. 

Maria Slaboda, Bachelors Degree. Department of Mineral Sci- 
ence, Global Volcanism Report; weekly and 5-year compila- 
tion. May 13, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Dena Smith, Bachelors Candidate, University of California at 
Santa Cruz. Department of Paleobiology, chart localities 
from last year's collections, x-ray leaves from Herbarium, 
collect fossil plants in Wyoming, June 17, 1991 through Au- 
gust 4, 1991. 

{Catherine Spilde, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Department of Anthropology, standardize and 
update Samoan Collection; research unlabeled or unidenti- 
fied objects that are linked to Oleania or Samoa Island 
Group, August 26, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Cynthia Stapp, Masters Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. 
Office of Public Affairs, write, prepare, and disseminate 
press materials, pitch and service media, plan and staff 
press events, coordinate and staff film shoots, develop strat- 
egy for upcoming exhibits, June 10, 1991 through October 
26, 1991. 

Brian Stone, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthropology, 
cataloguing archaeology, January 4. 1991 through August 
31. «99i- 



HongSuh, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. 
Department of Anthropology, assist with preparation of an- 
notation for items in the Korean ethnology collections and 
compilation of bibliography of published sources, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Christine Uberti, Masters Candidate, University of Tennes- 
see — Knoxville. Department of Anthropology, assist in cat- 
aloging, inventory, and preservation of skeletal collection, 
June 3, 1991 through August 10, 1991. 

Allison Wagner, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Office of Development, research prospective donors for vari- 
ous projects, September 12, 1991 through December 20, 
1991. 

Michael Walsh, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Anthropology, study and analysis of archaeo- 
logical collections and ethnohistotical materials pertaining 
to Native Alaskan Eskimo and Indian groups, June 3, 1991 
through July 31, 1991. 

Susannah Wilson, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthro- 
pology, museum technician, general anthropology, Septem- 
ber 3, 1991 through December 1, 1991. 

Vern Woodruff, High School Graduate. Insect Zoo, partici- 
pant in "Intern 91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Ingrid Wright-Rich, Masters Candidate, Howard University. 
Naturalist Center, teach NC classes, develop NC activities, 
work with teachers, assist the educational specialist with ad- 
ministrative activities related to the project. January 28, 
1991 through September 30, 1991. 

Ho Jung Yoo, Bachelors Candidate. Department of Vertebrate 
Zoology, assist in studies of how skull morphology changes 
with size; using a 3-dimensional digitizen, intern will com- 
pare data on SE Asian flying squirrels with those of tree 
and ground squirrels. May 13, 1991 through July 19, 1991. 



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John Arlotto, Bachelors Candidate, Cornell University. Office 
of Education, assist with the overall coordination of the 
"How Do You Look?" and "Making a Marisol" family work- 
shops; photo documentation; design program notes for 
CIM programs, June 3, 1991 through August 15, 1991. 

Rico Barnes, High School Student, H.D. Woodson. Office of 
Education, daily office duties: xeroxing, filing, typing, etc; 
research of portraiture and historical dramatizations, July 8, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Nicole Becks, Bachelors Candidate, Pennsylvania State Uni- 
versity. Library, assist with vertical files, book processing, 
and filing. May 28, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Hazel Brown, Visiting Professional. Office of Education, write 
teacher resource booklet highlighting collections, archives, 
library, and program resources available to teachers, July 1, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 



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Maren Deiters, Bachelors Degree. Library, bibliographic 
checking; organize vertical file material; behind-the-scenes 
research projects, June 17, 1991 through September 13, 1991. 

Lisa Eveland, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Education, museum education programs for ethnically di- 
verse and underserved audiences, February 4, 1991 through 
April 5, 1991. 

Lucy Fazzino, Bachelors Degree. Peale Papers, research on 
Rembrandt Peale's visit to Italy (1818-30): topics include 
indexing "Notes on Italy"; research possible patrons, June 
3, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Kathryn Fenn, Bachelors Candidate, University of Chicago. 
Department of Education, Cultures in Motion public pro- 
gram series, July 1, 1991 through September 20, 1991. 

Amy Flynn, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Depart- 
ment of Prints and Photographs, office and research assis- 
tant, June 3, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Christopher Gaye, High School Student, W. Bruce Evans. De- 
partment of Education, daily office duties: xeroxing, filing, 
typing, etc.; research of portraiture and historical dramati- 
zation, July 8, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Leah Glaser, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts University. Depart- 
ment of Education, assist workshop coordinator and art in- 
structor in conducting a family workshop series titled 
"Making a Marisol"; plan a tour; design registration forms; 
conduct hands-on activities of the workshops, June 3, 1991 
through August 12, 1991. 

Abigail Gobble, Bachelors Candidate, University of Delaware. 
Catalog of American Portraits, verifying and updating in- 
formation concerning American portraits in major public 
and private collections in the southern United States; basic 
biographical research on subject and artist and catalog data; 
corresponding with institutions, obtaining photos, basis 
typing, January 7, 1991 through February 1, 1991. 

Elizabeth Goodwin, Bachelors Candidate, Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity. Department of Education/Photography, assist educa- 
tion department in development of public relation 
slide/lecture presentation; assist in photographic depart- 
ment by taking photos of programs and developing them 
to include in slide/lecture program, June 3, 1991 through 
August 1, 1991. 

Billie Gutgsell, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Peale Papers, exhibition research; research for cata- 
logue, Rembrandt Peale, 1778-1860: The Life of an 
American Artist, September 9, 1991 through December 10, 
1991. 

Vicki Hallas, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Pub- 
lic Relations, support for press and opening receptions for 
Rosa Parks bust presentation, "Magical Mixtures: Marison 
Portrait Sculpture," and "Annie Liebovitz Photographs 
1970— 1990," February u, 1991 through April 22, 1991. 

Mary Hammond, Masters Candidate, Western Carolina Uni- 
versity. Office of Exhibition, research drawing collection in 
preparation for exhibition; assist in Office of Public Affairs, 
January 14, 1991 through March 31, 1991. 



Ramona Hinton, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia-Davis. Department of Education, identify and do bio- 
graphical research on prominent African Americans who 
made contributions in literature, music, and the visual arts 
from 1919 to 1940, September 17, 1991 through December 
18, 1991. 

Karen Hutchinson, Bachelors Candidate, Syracuse University. 
Catalog of American Portraits, assist in updating of files, 
June 10, 1991 through August 15, 1991. 

Elizabeth Lipman, Bachelors Degree. Office of Design and 
Production, assist the production manager and assistant 
chief of design with the graphic and administrative work 
required for the design and/or production of exhibits, Au- 
gust 21, 1991 through December 21, 1991. 

Ashley Marsh, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. Ex- 
hibits, devise a new system for maintaining copies of labels; 
update label system, June 10, 1991 through August 2, 1991. 

Aimee McElroy, Bachelors Candidate, University of the Arts. 
Catalog of American Portraits, verify and update informa- 
tion concerning American portraits in major public and pri- 
vate collections — basic biographical information on subject 
and artist; order photos form owning institutions, June 3, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Travlayn Moulton, High School Student, Park Mont High 
School. Department of Education, assist in preparing pro- 
gram announcements, invoices, correspondence for schools, 
intern, and docent programs; assist with xeroxing, filing, 
and distributing mail, September 19, 1991 through Decem- 
ber 17, 1991. 

Rosaura Nolasco, High School Graduate. Library, participant 
in "Intern 91," June IO, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Erin O'Keefe, Bachelors Candidate, Boston College. Cata- 
logue of American Portraits, verify and update infotmation 
concerning American portraits in major public and private 
collections across the country, basic biographical research 
on subject and artist and catalog data; correspond with in- 
stitutions, obtain photos and data, June 24, 1991 through 
October 30, 1991. 

Elizabeth Olesker, Bachelors Degree. Catalogue of American 
Portraits, Portrait of artists from Southern United States, 
October 29, 1990 through May 24, 1990. 

Leslie Olson, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. 
Painting and Sculpture, research for an exhibition of Ameri- 
can paintings and sculpture originally shown at the 1893 
World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, January 14, 
1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Edras Ortiz, High School Student, Cardozo High School. De- 
partment of Education, daily office duties: xeroxing, typ- 
ing, filing, etc.; research of portraiture and historical 
dramatizations, July 8, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Stephanie Parrish, Bachelors Candidate, New York Univer- 
sity. Department of Education, assist in education, June 10, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Lori Pisano, Bachelors Candidate, Lafayette College. Catalog 
of American Portraits, verify and update information con- 



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cerning American portraits in major public and private col- 
lections across the country; correspond with institutions, 
obtain photos, computer data entry and answer reference re- 
quests, June 10, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Stephanie Pritchard, Bachelors Degree. Catalog of American 
Portraits, verify and update information concerning por- 
traits in major Washington area collections; add or verify 
basic biographical information on subject and artist and cat- 
alog data using available research resources; order photos 
from owning institutions; answer reference requests from 
scholars and general public. May 22, 1991 through August 
30, 1991. 

Tej Rae, Bachelors Candidate, Barnard College. Design and 
Production, assist graphic production with upcoming pro- 
jects such as Kiosk directories, Hall of Presidents reinstalla- 
tion, and Ralph Earl show, August 26, 1991 through 
December 1, 1991. 

Johnna Rizzo, Bachelors Candidate, Wake Forest University. De- 
partment of Design and Production, assist production man- 
ager and assistant chief of design with the preparation of both 
scheduling and graphic production work necessary to com- 
plete upcoming exhibits, June 10, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Michine Saitoh, Bachelors Degree. Exhibitions, assist in the 
production and installation of exhibit graphics, March 4, 
1991 through June 31, 1991. 

Edith Scoct, Bachelors Candidate, Converse College. Office of 
Public Affairs, assist ditector and assistant with press re- 
lease mailings, updating files and lists by working on Mac 
computer, January 8, 1991 through February 15, 1991. 

Daniel Sharfstein, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard College. Ex- 
hibitions, research into current method of information dis- 
ttibution into local business community and potential 
markets and sponsorship; research future exhibitions: locate 
artwork, otder photography, etc.. May 17, 1991 through Au- 
gust 31, 1991. 

Judy Shindel, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Collec- 
tions, research on artists and sitters for paintings and sculp- 
tures shown in the Fine Arts Building at World's 
Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893, September 
3, 1991 through December 31, 1991. 

Emily Smachetti, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. His- 
tory, work on the history of musical theater, September 3, 
1991 through December 26, 1991. 

Kathleen Smith, Bachelors Degree. Department of History, 
portrait, object, and biographical research for exhibition 
and book on history of American musical theater, May 23, 
1991 through August 31, 1991. 

Glovenia Snead, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Curatorial, assist with research on American paintings, par- 
ticularly portraits, that were shown at the World's Colum- 
bian Exposition of 1893, in preparation for an exhibition, 
organized jointly by NPG and NMAA, May 28, 1991 
through July 12, 1991. 

Katherine Spahn, Bachelors Candidate, Trinity University. Li- 
brary, assist with the publication exchange mailing; process 



Seymour Lepton book collection; check S1BIS for records of 
duplicates, July 22, 1991 through August 13, 1991. 

Darren Tarr, Bachelors Candidate, University of Massachu- 
setts. Publications, assist publications office, February 4, 
1991 through May 1, 1991. 

Monica Testa, Bachelors Candidate, University of Delaware. 
Administration, research information on Sarah Hollowell 
(1856-1924), the first important American woman curator 
and art agent, June 5, 1991 through August 3, 1991. 

Jenny C. Thompson, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Photography, Re-housing a collection 
of 112 cane de visite portrait photographs; requires verifica- 
tion of existing sitter identification; neatly hand-labeling 
each archival enclosure and transferring photographs to the 
new archival housings; assist curator in exhibitions-related 
research. October 24, 1990 through January 25, 1991. 

Stephanie Topolgus, Masters Candidate, American University. 
Public Affairs, update press and special event files; assist in 
developing invitation lists for future events; compile press 
materials, correspond to press and public inquiries; help in 
general office organization, June 3, 1991 through August 28, 
1991. 

Catherine Uram, High School Graduate. Office of the Histo- 
rian, participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through Au- 
gust 16, 1991. 

Debotah Waller, Bachelors Degree. Charles Willson Peale Pa- 
pers, edit and publication of the Papers of Charles Willson 
Peale and his family, preparation of transcripts, annotation 
of documents, historical research, preparation of manu- 
scripts for the press, August 5, 1991 through October 31, 
1991. 



Office of Exhibits Central 



Stephen Awoniyi, Masters Candidate, California State Univer- 
sity at Sacramento. Fabrication Unit, work in paint shop, 
cabinet shop, and sheet plastic shop crafting and specimen 
handling, July 15, 1991 through December 15, 1991. 

Melissa Barlow, High School Graduate. Fabrication Unit, par- 
ticipate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Margie Bond, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Caro- 
lina at Greensboro. Graphic Production, involvement with 
graphic production for the American Festival of Folklife, 
June 24, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Amy Felix, Bachelors Degree. Graphics Unit, ptoduce graph- 
ics for exhibits (temporary, traveling, permanent) using 
photo silkscreen techniques, mounting two dimensional 
art; graphics and computerized sign making equipment, 
March 4, 1991 through June 1, 1991. 

Dawn Jackson, Bachelors Candidate, University of Washing- 
ton. Rotate between three exhibit production shops: graph- 



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ics, models, and fabrication, June 24, 1991 through August 

13. 1991- 
Sebastian Soto-Olmos, Visiting Professional, C.Cultural-Arte 
Contemporaneo. Graphics, Model Shop, and Fabrication, 
rotate between three different exhibit production shops and 
receive training in the three, September 23, 1991 through 
December 19, 1991. 



Museum Careers Program, June 10, 1991 through August 9, 



1991. 



Megan Manion, Bachelors Candidate, University of California 
at Los Angeles. Intern Programs, update the Internship Op- 
portunities at the Smithsonian book, June 17, 1991 through Au- 
gust 9, 1991. 



Office of Horticulture 



Office of the Registrar 



Janet Aldrich, Bachelors Candidate, Spokane Falls Commu- 
nity College. Greenhouse, general greenhouse work includ- 
ing watering, weeding, potting, mixing soil, ptopagating, 
grooming, and assisting with scheduling deliveries, June 
17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Randall Barnes, Bachelors Candidate, California Polytechnic 
State University. Landscape Architect, identify, inventory, 
and measure location of plants on the grounds; update 
planting plans with information gathered on the grounds, 
June 24, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

James Cannata, Bachelors Candidate, Montgomery College. 
Landscape Architect, identify, inventory, and measure loca- 
tion of plants on the grounds; update planting plans with 
information gathered on the grounds, June 17, 1991 
through August 23, 1991. 

Bernard Hawkins, High School Graduate. Participant in "In- 
tern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 1991 

Patricia Jasaitis, Bachelors Candidate, University of Chicago. 
Landscape Architect, identify, inventory, and measure loca- 
tion of plants on the grounds; update planting plans with 
information gatheted on the grounds, June 10, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Owen Lagle, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Grounds Management Division, various grounds manage- 
ment techniques will be applied in the Enid A. Haupt Gar- 
den, including turf management, formal flower bed 
planting and maintenance, and maintenance of urns and 
baskets, June 17, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 



Office of Museum Programs 



Susanne Fabricius, Masters Degree. Study community muse- 
ums in North America; organize information on tribal mu- 
seums, November 29, 1990 through November 30, 1991. 

Edward C. Harp, Masters Candidate, Indiana University. De- 
velop two workshops in marketing/development for 1991 
Training Congress, January 7, 1991 through June 30, 1991. 

Sarah Landon, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland — 
Baltimore County. Intern Programs, assist in organizing 



Kim Saito, Law Degree Candidate, George Mason School of 
Law. Write an information booklet on items that fall 
within the Endangered Species Act and other related laws; 
permits and other requirements, June 3, 1991 through Au- 
gust 2, 1991. 



Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service 

Letitia Doggett, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Museum education internship; team exhibition 
work and planning; workshop evaluation, January 14, 1991 
through June 21, 1991. 

Stephanie Fullen, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Program, education research and catalogue development for 
"Art as Activist" traveling exhibition, June 17, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Sara Geelan, Bachelors Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. 
Team member in exhibition development of "Seeing With- 
out Sight," January 22, 1991 through May 29, 1991. 

Zuraidah Hashim, Bachelors Candidate, Geotge Washington 
University. Public Relations Intern, January 28, 1991 
through April 28, 1991. 

Heather Hayduk, Bachelors Degree. Program Team, newslet- 
ter editor for Tropical Rainforest exhibition; assist team 
with Tropical Rainforest Refurbishment, June 3, 1991 
through August 30, 1991. 

Britt Raphling, Masters Candidate, George Washington Uni- 
versity. Education, research resource guide for "Perpetual 
Campaign," January 14, 1991 through July 16, 1991. 

Gretchen Schellstede, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Program, plan, research, and development of in- 
ternational art exhibitions, June 10, 1991 through October 
16, 1991. 



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Public Service 



National Science Resources Center 



Basheera Abdus-Sabur, Bachelors Candidate. Assist with exe- 
cution of the NSRC Elementary Science Leadership Insti- 
tute for 16 school districts from n states to help them 
improve the teaching of science in their districts, June 3, 
1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Nancy Moorachian, Bachelors Candidate, Simmons College. 
Assist with execution of the NSRC Elementary Science 
Leadership Institute for 16 school districts form 11 states to 
help them improve the teaching of science in their dis- 
tricts, June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 



Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education 



Kendra Jones, Bachelors Degree. Projects in curriculum devel- 
opment and educational policy, June 4, 1991 through Au- 
gust 23, 1991. 

Terry Lee, Bachelors Candidate, Spelman College. Assist in on- 
going projects, June 3, 1991 through August 23, 1991. 

Elisabeth Mills, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Assist with intern alumni newsletter for and by 
former interns of the OESE Summer Intern Program, Feb- 
ruary II, 1991 through April 30, 1991. 



Office ofFolklife Programs 



Carmen Angulo, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Research, production, and presentation for 
Quincentenary program at the Festival of American 
Folklife, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Katrinka Ebbe, Masters Degree. Work with Indonesia compo- 
nent of the Festival of American Folklife, February 11, 1991 
through July 31, 1991. 

Suzan Harada, Kapi'olani Communiry College. Assist and ob- 
serve in coordination of Indonesian program of Festival of 
American Folklife, June 12, 1991 through July 8, 1991. 

Olukayode Kolade, High School Graduate. Work wirh Festi- 
val of American Folklife in planning and production; assist 
with participants packets and crew in preparing festival 
site; assist the craft participants during festival and post -fes- 
tival wrap-up, June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Jeffrey Leinaweaver, Bachelors Candidate, University of Ari- 
zona. Work with Quincentenary program for the Festival of 
American Folklife, May 22, 1991 through July 31, 1991. 

Laurie Manos, Bachelors Candidare, St. Mary's College of 
Maryland. Assist with design and graphics of the Festival 
of American Folklife, June 3, 1991 through July 16, 1991. 

Ilsia Mercedez, High School Graduate, work with Folklife Fes- 
tival in planning and production of festival; assist with 
packages and crew in preparing festival site; assist craft par- 
ticipants during festival and post-festival wrap-up, June 14, 
1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Omar Ndoye, Masters Candidate, George Washingron Univer- 
sity. Organization of field material for Smithsonian ar- 
chives; assist in compiling Senegal/USVI educational 
materials, October 2, 1990 through June 30, 1991. 

Susan Ratcliffe, Bachelors Candidate, College of St. Mary and 
St. John. Assist with the design of tent interiors; assist in 
craft area of Festival of American Folklife Family Farm pro- 
gram, June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Ernestine Sandoval, High School Graduate. Participant in "In- 
tern 91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Era Schrepfer, Bachelors Candidate, University of Washing- 
ton. Assist designer in setting up an exhibit of Bolivian tex- 
tiles for the Festival of American Folklife, June 7, 1991 
through Seprember 30, 1991. 

Rebecca Simons, Bachelors Degree. Assist with design and 
graphics of the Festival of American Folklife, June 17, 1991 
through July 31, 1991. 

Leslie Spitz-Edison. Archival work, cataloguing and organiz- 
ing the Folkways collection; log videotape taken at the Fes- 
tival of American Folklife, March 20, 1991 through July 31, 
1991. 

Alexander Sweda, Bachelors Degree. Archival work, assist ar- 
chivist with preservation and cataloging projecr with 2000- 
3000 glass lacquer audio discs in the archives. May 6, 1991 
through July 15, 1991. 

Karen Weinstein, Bachelors Degree. Work with the African 
Immigrant Folklife Study, and the 1992 Festival of Ameri- 
can Folklife Maroon program, September 6, 1991 through 
September 5, 1992. 

Laura Willson, Bachelors Degree. Assist with the Quincenten- 
ary program at the Festival of American Folklife June 10, 
1991 through July 30, 1991. 



Office of Public Affairs 



Nancy Kapcia, High School Graduate. Participant in "Intern 
91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 



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External Affairs 



Smithsonian Institution Press 



Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs 

Jeffrey McAndrews, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Univer- 
sity. Debt Swap Team, work on coordinating approaches to 
corporate and institutional donors in various countries; de- 
veloping information pertaining to Smithsonian programs, 
January 22, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 



Office of Development 



Charlene Haskell, Bachelors Degree. Development, develop a 
Smithsonian Training Manual for performing research tasks 
with corporations, foundations, and individuals for fund 
raising efforts, September 30, 1991 through June 30, 1992. 

Margaret Kauffmann, Masters Candidate, Indiana University. 
Development, comprehensive study to determine scope of 
Smithsonian outreach programs across the country for the 
publication compiled: "Smithsonian Services to the Na- 
tion," February 1, 1991 through April 30, 1991. 

Lyselle Kendall, Bachelors Degree. Conduct research on indi- 
viduals, corporations, and organizations for the MP ALA 
Ranch Project in Kenya, September 16, 1991 through Janu- 
ary 1, 1992. 

Elizabeth Mavar, Bachelors Candidate, Southern Methodist 
University. Development of resource center with materials 
about programs and activities of offices and bureaus 
throughout the Smithsonian; fundraising research; addi- 
tional projects that may include writing or be involved 
with special events, June 10, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Yoram Wurmser, Bachelors Degree. Conduct research on 
sources for MPALA Ranch project in Kenya, September 16, 
1991 through December 31, 1991. 



Jennifer McCartney, Bachelors Candidate, Williams College. 
Smithsonian Books Division, research various aspects of the 
popular books in production, i.e. Books of Books — photo- 
graphs, captions, miscellaneous facts and assist with other 
editorial functions including: proofreading, editing, and li- 
aison with marketing as they relate, June 3, 1991 through 
August 2, 1991. 

Eleanor McMillan, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton Univer- 
sity. Book Development Section, create a permanent tecord 
of all Book Development projects' transparencies and art 
gathered from various museums: log in, return art, picture 
and text research for six ongoing and future Book Develop- 
ment projects, June 17, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

John Poirier, Bachelors Candidate, Colby College. University 
Press Division, assist the natural sciences acquisition editor 
with the cotrelation and preparation for publication of 
book projects in science, technology, and natural history, 
June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Smithsonian National Associate Program 



Elizabeth England, Bachelors Degree. Young Benefactors, 
work in list management, newsletters, and special events, 
September 23, 1991 through December 23, 1991. 

Mara Slaughter, Bachelors Candidate, Florida International 
University. Contributing Membership, work on special 
membership activities of the James Smithson Society and 
the Young Benefactots. May 14, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 



Smithsonian Resident Associate Program 



Office of Telecommunications 



Francesca Raimond, Bachelors Candidate, Univetsiry of Mary- 
land — Baltimore. Assist on Radio Program enritled "Spir- 
its of the Present — The Legacy from Native America." 
January 22, 1991 through October 21, 1991. 



James Caparas, Bachelors Candidate, Catholic University. Stu- 
dio Arts, assist the supply manager for Studio Arts and 
Young Associates with general office work as well as work 
on special projects. May 15, 1991 through August 30, 1991. 

Michelle Dalimot, Bachelors Candidate, American Universiry. 
International Center, general assistance in public affairs de- 
partment, January 23, 1991 through May 31, 1991. 

Tyna Edelin, High School Student, Eastern Senior High 
School. Young Associates Program, serve as a liaison be- 
tween the instructors of the Smithsonian Summer Camp 
and the Resident Associate Programs office, July 8, 1991 
through August 9, 1991. 

Felicia Gaines, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Public Affairs Office, keep archival record current by assem- 



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bling clippings, photographs, and other material. May 13, 
1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Quincy Hicks, Bachelors Candidate, University of Oklahoma. 
Public Affairs, learn the essentials of public affairs includ- 
ing archiving, filing, writing of reports, and directing 
media. May 19, 1991 through July 20, 1991. 

Carrie Higginbotham, Bachelors Candidate, Connecticut Col- 
lege. Studio Arts, learn about the business aspect behind 
the arts world. May 28, 1991 through August 15, 1991. 

Perre Magness, Bachelors Candidate, Trinity College. Public 
Affairs, assist with public affairs and membership pro- 
grams, June 10, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 

Susan Mordan, Masters Candidate, Simpson College. Public 
Affairs, work with the handling of publicity of special 
events, September 9, 1991 through December 20, 1991. 

Victoria Moreno, High School Graduate. Discovery Theater, 
participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 
1991. 

Sandra Park, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Public Affairs, participate in daily activities of public af- 
fairs office with archiving, preparation of publicity and in- 
formation for events, October 9, 1990 through December 
31, 1990. 

Joanna Pulcini, Bachelors Candidate, Catholic University of 
America. Young Associates, liaison with summer camp in- 
structors; analyze and research other local summer camps, 
potential family films, prospective tours, and prospective 
foundations and corporations for funding; prepare scholar- 
ship materials, May 20, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Maria Rodriguez-Ema, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown Uni- 
versity. Public Affairs, archiving, filing, etc., June 10, 1991 
through August 15, 1991. 

Kevin Walker, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington Col- 
lege. Office of Public Affairs, assist in the duties of the Res- 
ident Associate Program, September 3, 1991 through 
December 31, 1991. 

Debra Wood, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Dis- 
covery Theater, sales-taking, reservations, distributing pro- 
motional, and education materials, customer assistance; 
assist house manager; research for fall production of Benja- 
min Ranneker; other duties as needed, January 23, 1991 
through May 12, 1991. 

Amelia Yeager, Bachelors Candidate, American University. Vol- 
unteers, assist decent/volunteer coordinator in all phases of vol- 
unteer programs, October 5, 1990 through December 15, 1990. 



Finance and Administration 
Business Management Office 

Poornima Indu Nair, Bachelors Candidate, University of Vir- 
ginia. Product Development and Licensing Division, assist 



in research and developing products. May 20, 1991 through 
August 16, 1991. 
Sandra Narva, Bachelors Degree. Product Development and 
Licensing Division, assist on collections research and re- 
search for product provenance; identify, classify, and archive 
collections photographs and information, September 2, 1991 
through October 31, 1991. 



Office of Architectural History and 
Historic Preservation 



Kristin Hall, Bachelors Degree. Prepare a study based on the 
proposal to place an Aftican American Museum in an his- 
toric building, June 3, 1991 through August 9, 1991. 



Office of Information Resource 
Management 



Christopher Powell, High School Graduate. Academic Sys- 
tems Group, participate in "Intern 91," July 15, 1991 
through August 16, 1991. 

Tran Thai, High School Graduate. Research Systems Division, 
work with an electronic printing specialist and a scientific 
workstation specialist; use several microcomputer based 
graphic and desktop publishing to produce logos, 
typefonts, documents and drawings, June 17, 1991 through 
August 9, 1991. 



Office of Printing and 
Photographic Services 



Nickole Busby, High School Graduate. Participant in "Intern 
91," June 10, 1991 through July 12, 1991. 

Lynette Chewning, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison Uni- 
versity. Photo Services, assist photographers in photograph- 
ing museum pieces; document historical events; caption 
laser disc application; reproducing photographs and slides, 
July l, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

John Farrell, High School Graduate. Participate in "Intern 
91," July 15, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Jason Hacker, Bachelors Candidate, Washington University. 
Rehouse and identify historic negatives, June 3, 1991 
through August 20, 1991. 

William Kendrick, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison Uni- 
versiry. Photo Services, assist photographers in document- 



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ing museum pieces and historic events; captioning laser 
disc information and applications; reproduce photographs 
and slides, July 1, 1991 through August 16, 1991. 

Damon Parrish, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Community 
College. Photography, studio, location, and historic docu- 
mentation photography, October 9, 1990 through Novem- 
ber 16, 1990. 

Heidi Pendergast, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Commu- 
nity College. Photographic Services, photographic intern- 
ship, April 8, 1991. 

Sharifah Ramsay, High School Graduate. Participant in "In- 
tern 91," June 10, 1991 through July u, 1991. 



Michael Traistet, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Community 
College. Photography, studio, location, and historic docu- 
mentation photography. October 9, 1990 through Novem- 
ber 16, 1990. 

Amy Wilkinson, Bachelors Candidare, Randolph Community 
College. Photographic Services, photographic internship. 
April 8, 1991 through May 17, 1991. 

Anne Yoakum, Bachelors Candidate, University of Oklahoma. 
Work on the development of a database; work on the cata- 
loguing and inventory of the George Thames Collection of 
Photographs, July 16, 1991 through August II, 1991. 



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Research Associates 

Research Associate status is conferred by the Secretary on individuals from 
outside the Institution who are conducting ongoing research in areas in 
which the Smithsonian has collections or expertise. Research Associates are 
granted access to the Institution's facilities and reference resources and often 
consult or collaborate with Smithsonian researchers. Most appointments of 
Research Associates are for a duration of three years and are renewable. The 
following list includes all those individuals who were Research Associates 
during the fiscal year. 



Conservation Analytical 
Lab 



Dr. Veletta Canouts 

Dr. Rita P. Wright (NMNH) 



National Museum of 
African Art 



Research 

National Zoological Park 

Dr. Mary E. Allen 

Dr. Joel Berger 

Dr. Adelmar Coimbra-Filho 

Dr. Carolyn M. Crockett 

Dr. Priya Davidar 

Dr. John F. Eisenberg 

Dr. John G. Frazier 

Dr. Karen L. Goodrowe 

Dr. Theodore I. Grand 

Dr. Susan M. Haig 

Dr. Sara J. Iverson 

Dr. William J. McShea 

Dr. Charles Menzel 

Dr. Brian Miller 

Mr. Steven L. Monfort 

Dr. Stephen J. O'Brien 

Dr. William F. Rail 

Dr. Mitchel Schiewe 

Dt. George Schwede 

Dr. Michael Stuwe 

Dr. Melvin E. Sunquist 

Dr. Samuel K. Wasser 



Office of Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

Dr. Wilton S. Dillon 



Smithsonian 
Environmental Research 
Center 

Dr. Richard Smucker 



Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries 

Dr. Silvio A. Bedim 
Miss Jean Chandler Smith 



Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute 



Dr. Peter Shaw Ashton 
Dr. Stephen P. Hubbell 



Museums 

Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery and Freer Gallery 
of Art 

Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzhugh 



Dr. Labelle Prussin 



National Museum of 
American Art 



Dr. Wanda M. Corn 
Dr. Charles C. Eldredge 



National Museum of 
Natural History 

Dr. Ronald Altig 
Dt. Richard B. Aronson 
Dr. William P. Barse 
Dr. Aaron M. Bauer 
Dr. David Begun 
Dr. Raymond L. Bernor 
Dr. Annalisa Berta 
Dr. William E. Bicldey 
Dr. Rudiger Bieler 
Dr. Alison S. Brooks 
Dr. Harley P. Brown 
Dr. Robert L. Brownell 
Dr. Robyn Burnham 
Dr. John E. Cadle 
Mr. Roger B. Clapp 
Dr. Margaret S. Collins 
Dr. Jose Cuacrecasas 
Dr. Steven J. Culver 
Dr. John D. Damuth 
Dr. Kenneth Dodd 
Dr. Eduardo Dominguez 
Dr. Daryl P. Domning 
Dr. Jean-Paul Dumont 



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Dr. Lance Durden 

Mr. J. Thomas Dutro, Jr. 

Dr. Robert L. Edwards 

Dr. Robert M. Ehrenreich 

Dr. Louise Emmons 

Mr. Carl H. Ernst 

Dr. Ralph E. Eshelman 

Dr. Neal L Evenhuis 

Dr. Jerzy Fedorowski 

Dr. John W. Fisher 

Dr. Catherine S. Fowler 

Dr. Don Fowler 

Dr. Amnon Freidberg 

Dr. Timothy P. Friedlander 

Dr. George C. Frison 

Dr. John M. Fritz 

Dr. Bruno Frohlich 

Dr. Alfred L Gardner 

Dr. J. Whitfield Gibbons 

Dr. James Lowell Gibbs, Jr. 

Dr. Thomas G. Gibson 

Dr. James B. Griffin 

Dr. Ralph E. Harbach 

Dr. Bruce A. Harrison 

Mrs. Catharine A. Hawks 

Dr. Miriam H. Muedeking Heyer 

Dr. Richard Highton 

Dt. Robert S. Hoffmann 

Dr. Aleta Hohn 

Dr. John R. Holsinger 

Dr. Peter W. Houde 

Dr. Yiau-Min Huang 



Mr. Morton L. Isler 

Mrs. Phyllis R. Isler 

Mr. Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr. 

Dr. Carl F. Koch 

Dr. Silvard Kool 

Dr. Richard T Koritzer, D.D.S. 

Mrs. Roxie Laybourne 

Ms. Diane S. Littler 

Dr. Linda E. Resnik Maxson 

Dr. Jerry N. McDonald 

Dr. D. Bruce Means 

Dr. Betty J. Meggers 

Dr. Ronald I. Miller 

Mr. Scott E. Miller 

Dr. John D. Milliman 

Dr. Guy G. Musser 

Dr. Christopher Nagle 

Dr. Richard T. O'Grady 

Dr. William A. Oliver, Jr. 

Dr. Paul A. Opler 

Dr. Hidetoshi Ota 

Dr. Jacqueline Marie Palmer 

Dr. Philip D. Perkins 

Dr. William Perrin 

Dr. John J. Pipoly III 

Dr. John Pojeta, Jt. 

Dr. Dan A. Polhemus 

Dr. John T. Polhemus 

Dr. Patricia Poole 

Dr. Stephen R. Potter 

Dr. Bruce D. Ragsdale 

Dr. Marjorie L. Reaka 



Dr. Janet W. Reid 

Dr. John F. Reinert 

Hon. S. Dillon Ripley II 

Dr. Kenneth D. Rose 

Dr. Velva E. Rudd 

Dr. Bruce Runnegar 

Dr. William J. Sando 

Dr. Silvia Santiago 

Dr. Jay C. Schaffer 

Dr. David E. Schindel 

Dr. Judith Skog 

Dr. Anthony Socci 

Dr. Norman F. Sohl 

Mr. Theodore J. Spilman 

Dr. David L. Stein 

Dr. William Louis Stern 

Dr. Paul Stoller 

Dr. Hans-Dieter Sues 

Prof. Katsuji Tsuneki 

Dr. Michael Vecchione 

Dr. John W. Verano 

Dr. George B. Vogt 

Dr. Alan C. Walker 

Mrs. Mildred Wott Wedel 

Dr. Don Wilson 

Dr. Christopher Wnuk 

Dr. David P. Wooldridge 

Dr. W. Christopher Wozencraft 

Dr.JohnE.Yellen 

Dr. Frank N. Young 



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Appendix 4 

Publications of the Smithsonian 
Institution Press in 
Fiscal Year ippi 



During fiscal year 1991 the Smithsonian Institution 
Press released over 150 publications, including trade 
books, exhibition catalogs, museum guides, mono- 
graphs, brochures, pamphlets, videos, and sound record- 
ings, the most important of which are listed below. 

University Press 

Ahlbom, Richard Eighme, and Vera Beaver-Bticken Espinola, 
eds., Russian Copper Icons and Crosses from the Kjtnz Collection: 
Castings of Faith, trade edition of Smithsonian Studies in 
History and Technology, 51. July 1991. 

Baidukov, Georgiy, translated by Peter Belov, edited by Von 
Hardesty, Russian Lindbergh: The Life ofValery Chkalov. Sep- 
tember 1991. 

Barber, Karen, / Could Speak until Tomorrow: Oriki, Women, and 
the Past in a Yoruba Town. Copublished with Edinburgh 
Universiry Press, June 1991. 

Barger, M. Susan, and William B. White, The Daguerreotype: 
Nineteenth-Century Technology and Modem Science. August 
1991. 

Barney, Tina, Friends and Relations: Photographs by Tina Barney. 
July 1991. 

Beamont, Roland, Testing Early Jets: Compressibility and the Su- 
personic Era. Copublished with Airlife Publishing Ltd., 
Shrewsbury, England, June 1991. 

Berry, Fred, and W John Kress, Heliconia: An Identification 
Guide. March 1991. 

Biersack, Alerta, ed., Clio in Oceania: Toward a Historical An- 
thropology. December 1990. 

Borowitz, Helen and Albert, Pawnshop and Palaces: The Fall 
and Rise of the Campana Art Museum. March 1991. 

Brazil, Mark A., The Birds of Japan. Copublished with Christo- 
pher Helm Ltd., London, April 1991. 



Brooks-Pazmany, Kathleen, United States Women in Aviation 
1010-1020, trade edition of Smithsonian Studies in Air and 
Space, 5. June 1991. 

Caffery, Debbie Fleming, Carry Me Home: Louisiana Sugar 
Country in Photographs by Debbie Fleming Caffery. October 
1990. 

Collins, Martin J., and Sylvia D. Fries, eds., A Spacefaring Na- 
tion: Perspectives on American Space History and Policy. Febru- 
ary 1991. 

Croker, Robert A., Pioneer Ecologist: The Life and Work of Victor 
Ernest Shelford, 1877-1068. September 1991. 

Davis, Benjamin O., Jr., Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr., American: An 
Autobiography. December 1990. 

DeVos, Louis, Klaus Rurzler, Nicole Boury-Esnault, Claude 
Donadey, and Jean Vacelet, Atlas of Sponge Morphology. June 
1991. 

Douglas, Deborah G., United States Women in Aviation 1940- 
ip8f, trade edition of Smithsonian Studies in Air and Space, 
7. June 1991. 

Falk, Lisa, ed.. Historical Archaeology in Global Perspective. Feb- 
ruary 1991. 

Fardon, Richard, Between God, the Dead, and the Wild: Chamba 
Interpretations of Ritual and Religion. Copublished with Edin- 
burgh Universiry Press, May 1991. 

Feeley-Harnik, Gillian, A Green Estate: Restoring Independence in 
Madagascar. September 1991. 

Ford, Daniel, Flying Tigers: Claire Chennault and the American 
Volunteer Group. August 1991. 

Frederte, Raymond H., The Sky on Fire: The First Battle of Brit- 
ain, 1017-1018. February 1991. 

Gjording, Chris, Conditions Not of Their Choosing: The Guaymi 
Indians and Mining Multinationals in Panama. June 1991. 

Gravalos, Mary Evans O'Keefe, and Carol Pulin, Bertha Lum. 
March 1991. 

Grove, Nancy, Magical Mixtures: Martsol Portrait Sculpture. 
Copublished with the National Portrait Gallery, April 
1991. 

Gwynn-Jones, Terry, Farther and Faster: Aviation's Adventuring 
Years, ipop-ipjp. August 1991. 

Hall, R. Cargill, Lightning over Bougainville: The Yamamoto Mis- 
sion Reconsidered. May 1991. 

Hansen, Jens Peder Hart,j0rgen Meldgaard, and J0rgen 
Nordqvist, eds.. The Greenland Mummies. Copublished with 
the British Museum, April 1991. 

Hardesty, Von, Red Phoenix: The Rise of Soviet Air Power, ipji- 
ip^f. Paper reprint, April 1991. 

Harley, Richard M., Breakthroughs on Hunger: A Journalist's En- 
counter with Global Change. January 1991. 

Hill, Janice, Weather from Above: America's Meteorological Satel- 
lites. January 1991. 

Howson, Gerald, Aircraft of the Spanish Civil War, ip}6-ipjp. 
November 1990. 

Inskipp, Carol and Tim, A Guide to the Birds of Nepal, second 
edition. Copublished with Christopher Helm Ltd, London, 
June 1991. 



Jackson, Michael, and Ivan Karp, eds., Personbood and Agency: 
The Experience of Self and Other in African Societies. 
Copublished with Aimquist and Wiksell International, 
Stockholm, Novembet 1990. 

Johnston, A. M. "Tex," and Charles Barton, Tex Johnston: Jet- 
Age Test Pilot. May 1991. 

Kapferer, Bruce, A Celebration of Demons: Exorcism and the Aes- 
thetics of Healing in Sri Lanka, revised edition. April 1991. 

Karp, Ivan, and Steven D. Lavine, eds.. Exhibiting Cultures: 
The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display. May 1991. 

Kirlin, Katherine S., and Thomas M. Kirlin, Smithsonian 
Folklife Cookbook. September 1991. 

Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory, The Origins of Natural Science in 
America: The Essays of George Brown Goode. September 1991. 

Kotler, Neil G., ed.. Sharing Innovation: G lobal Perspectives on 
Food, Agriculture, and Rural Development. October 1990. 

Kuchler, Susanne, and Walter Melion, eds., Images of Memory: 
On Remembering and Representation. July 1991. 

Lhamon, W. T, Jr., Deliberate Speed: The Origins of a Cultural 
Style in the American 1950s. October 1990. 

Lindstrom, Lamont, Knowledge and Power in a South Pacific Soci- 
ety. October 1990. 

Lovell, Nancy C, Patterns of Injury and Illness in Great Apes: A 
Skeletal Analysis. October 1990. 

Mason, Tim, and Lynn Mason, Helen Hyde. January 1991. 

Melosh, Barbara, Engendering Culture: Manhood and Womanhood 
in the New Deal Public Art and Theater. September 1991. 

Meyer, Henry Cord, Airshipmen, Businessmen, and Politics, 1890- 
1940. August 1991. 

National Museum of Natural History, "Smithsonian Chart of 
Animal Evolution," postet. Copublished with the 
Naturhistorisk Museum Arhus, Denmark, February 1991. 

Naveen, Ron, Colin Monteath, Tui DeRoy, and Mark Jones, 
Wild Ice: Antarctic Journeys. October 1990. 

Nijhout, H. Frederik, The Development and Evolution of Butter- 
fly Wing Patterns. August 1991. 

Nixon, Nicholas, People in Life: Photographs by Nicholas Nixon. 
July 1991. 

Oakes, Claudia M., U.S. Women in Aviation, 19)0-19)9, trade edi- 
tion of Smithsonian Studies in Air and Space, 6. June 1991. 
Oja, Carol J., Colin McPhee: Composer in Two Worlds. Novem- 
ber 1990. 

Ortner, Donald J., and Arthur C. Aufderheide, eds.. Human 
Paleopathology: Current Syntheses and Future Options. May 1991. 

Peebles, Curtis, The Moby Dick Project: Reconnaissance Balloons 
over Russia. April 1991. 

Robinson, Michael H., and Lionel Tiger, eds., Man and Beast 
Revisited. April 1991. 

Rogers, J. Daniel, Objects of Change: Tht Archaeology and History 
of Ankara Contact with Europeans. October 1990. 

Rummel, Robert W., Howard Hughes and TWA. May 1991. 

Rutzler, Klaus, ed., New Perspectives in Sponge Biology. January 
1991. 

Shafer, Craig L., Nature Reserves: Island Theory and Conservation 
Practice. February 1991. 



Siskind, Aaron, Harlem: Photographs by Aaron Siskind, 1932- 

1940. Copublished with the National Museum of American 

Art, December 1990. 
Smith, Henry Ladd, Airways: The History of Commercial Avia- 
tion in the United States. May 1991. 
, Airways Abroad: The Story of American World Air 

Routes. May 1991. 
Thomas, David Hurst, ed., Columbian Consequences, Volume 3: 

The Spanish Borderlands in Pan-American Perspective. May 

1991. 
Truettnet, William H, ed.. The West as America: Reinterpreting 

Images of the Frontier. February 1991. 
Viola, Herman J., and Carolyn Margolis, eds.. Seeds of Change: 

A Quincentennial Commemoration. August 1991. 
Vogt O'Connor, Diane, Guide to the Photographic Collections at 

the Smithsonian Institution, Volume II. August 1991. 
Williams, Brett, ed.. The Politics of Culture. March 1991. 
Young, Allen M. Sarapiqui Chronicle: A Naturalist in Costa 

Rica. June 1991. 
Zeder, Melinda A., Feeding Cities: Specialized Animal Economy in 

the Near East. September 1991. 
Zemke, Hubert, as told to Roger A. Freeman, Zemke's Stalag: 

The Final Days of World War II. February 1991. 



Book Development Division 

Bowman, Doris, The Smithsonian Treasury of American Quills. 
Copublished with Random House, August 1991. 

Embury, Barbara, The Dream is Alive: A Flight of Discovery 
Aboard the Space Shuttle. December 1990. (Distribution to 
the trade by HarperCollins.) 

Guide Officiel de la Smithsonian. November 1990. 

Guia Official del Smithsonian. November 1990. 

Japanese translation of Official Guide to the Smithsonian. No- 
vember 1990. 

Official Guide to the National Museum of American History. Feb- 
ruary 1991. 

Official Guide to the Smithsonian. November 1990. 

Offtzieller Fuhrerdurcb das Smithsonian. November 1990. 

Sullivan, Robert D., A Picture Tour of the National Museum of 
Natural History. July 1991. 

Voss, Frederick, The Smithsonian Treasury of the Presidents. 
Copublished with Random House, August 1991. 

White, John, The Smithsonian Treasury of Minerals and Gems. 
Copublished with Random House, August 1991. 



Smithsonian Recordings 

Jelly Roll Morton, volume L The Pianist and Composer, eighteen 
selections composed and performed by Jelly Roll Morton, 
single compact disc. No. RD 04}. June 1991. 

Folk Song America: A loth Century Revival, ninety-nine selec- 
tions petformed by various artists; four -compact disc, four- 
cassette, or six-LP set, including 106-page booklet; No. RD 
046. July 1991. 



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Smithsonian Video Division 

Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr.: American, video. September 1990. 

Krapp's Last Tape by Samuel Beckett, Beckett Directs Beckett 
series video. Coproduced by the University of Maryland Vi- 
sual Press, Cameras Continentales, S.F.P., La Sept, FR3, 
RTP, WGBH Boston, and PBS; distributed by Smithson- 
ian Video Division. 

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, Beckett Directs Beckett 
series video. Coproduced by the University of Maryland Vi- 
sual Press, Cameras Continentales, S.F.P., La Sept, FR3, 
RTP, WGBH Boston, and PBS; distributed by Smithson- 
ian Video Division. 

Federal Series Publications 
Contributions to Anthropology 

33. Crocker, William H. "The Canela (Eastern Timbira), I: An 
Ethnographic Introduction." 13 December 1990. 

Contributions to Botany 

74. Hale, Mason E. "A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus 
XanthoparmeJia (Vaimo) Hale (Ascomycotina: 
Parmeliaceae)." 25 October 1990. 

76. Faden, Robert B. "The Morphology and Taxonomy of An- 
eiiema R. Brown (Commelinaceae)." 15 April 1991. 

77. Nicolson, Dan H., with Robert A. DeFilipps, Alice C. 
Nicolson, and Others. "Flora of Dominica, Part 2: 
Dicoryledoneae." 19 February 1991. 

78. Pizzolato, Thompson Demetrio. "Vascular System of the 
Male and Female Horets of Raddia brasiliensis (Poaceae: 
Bambusoideae: Olyreae." 28 December 1990. 

Contributions to the Earth Sciences 

29. Windsor, Donald M. "Climate and Moisture Variability in 
a Tropical Forest: Long-term Records from Barro Colorado 
Island, Panama." 18 December 1990. 

Contributions to Zoology 

497. Cressey, Roger. "Parasitic Copepods from the Gulf of 
Mexico and Caribbean Sea, III: Caliguj." 24 April 1991. 

498. Robbins, Robert K. "Evolution. Comparative Morphol- 
ogy, and Identification of the Eumaeine Butterfly Genus 
Rekoa Kaye (Lycaenidae: Theclinae)." 10 May 1991. 

499. Barnard, J. L., and Camilla Ingram. "Lysianassoid 
Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Deep-Sea Thermal Vents." 21 
November 1990. 

501. Erwin, Terry L. "The Ground-Beetles of Central America 
(Carabidae), Part II: Notiophilini, Loricerini, and Car- 
abini." 30 January 1991. 



502. Spang ler, Paul J. "A Revision of the Neotropical Aquatic 
Beetle Genus Stegotlmis (Coleoptera: Elmidae)." 29 Novem- 
ber 1990. 

503. Manning, Raymond B., and Fenner A. Chace, Jr. "Deca- 
pod and Stomatopod Crustacea from Ascencion Island, 
South Atlantic Ocean." 18 December 1990. 

504. Cairns, Stephen D. "A Revision of the Ahermatypic 
Scleractinia of the Galapagos and Cocas Islands." 22 March 
1991. 

505. Kornicker, Louis S. "Myodocopid Ostracoda of Enewetak 
and Bikini Atolls." 30 January 1991. 

506. Freidberg, Amnon, Lloyd Knutson, and Jay Abercrom- 
bie. "A Revision of Sepedonea, a Neotropical Genus of Snail- 
killing Flies (Diptera: Sciomyzidae)." 6 March 1991. 

507. Vari, Richard P. "Systematics of the Neotropical Characi- 
form Genus Steindacbnerina Fowler (Pisces: Ostariophysi)." 
24 May 1991. 

508. Olson, Storrs L, Gregory K. Pregill, and William B. 
Hilgartner. "Studies on Fossil and Extant Vertebrates from 
San Salvador (Watling's) Island, Bahamas." 11 December 
1990. 

509. Hershler, Robert, John R. Holsinger, and Leslie 
Hubricht. "A Revision of the North American Freshwater 
Snail Genus Fontigens (Prosobranchia: Hydrobiidae).' - 27 De- 
cember 1990. 

512. Nakamura, Koichiro, and C. Allan Child. "Pycnogonida 
from Waters Adjacent to Japan." 16 May 1991. 

514. Cairns, Stephen D. "Catalog of the Type Specimens of 
Stony Corals (Milleporidae, Stylasteridae, Scleractinia) in 
the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian In- 
stitution." 9 April 1991. 

516. Kornicker, Louis S. "Myodocopid Ostracoda of Hydrother- 
mal Vents in the Eastern Pacific Ocean." 24 May 1991. 

517. Vari, Richard P., and Jeffrey C. Howe. "Catalog of Type 
Specimens of Recent Fishes in the National Museum of 
Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, 1: Characiformes 
(Teleostei: Ostariophysi)." 28 August 1991. 

518. Frost, Darrel R., W. Chris Wozencraft, and Robert S. 
Hoffmann. "Phylogenetic Relationships of Hedgehogs and 
Gymnures (Mammalia: Insectivora: Erinaceidae)." 16 Au- 
gust 1991. 

519. Springer, Victor G., Jeffrey T Williams, and Thomas M. 
Orrell. "Catalog of Type Specimens of Recent Fishes in the 
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, 2: Bleniidae." 12 April 1991. 

522. Mathis, Wayne N. "Studies of Gymnomyzinae (Diptera: 
Ephydridae), II: A Revision of the Shore Fly Subgenus 
Pseudohecamede Hendel of the Genus Allotricboma Becker." 
16 August 1991. 

Folklife Studies 

6. Fowler, Catherine S. "Tule Technology: Northern Paiute 
Uses of Marsh Resources in Western Nevada." 30 April 
1991. 



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Studies in History and Technology 

51. Ahlborn, Richard Eighme, and Vera Beaver-Bricken Es- 
pinola, editors. "Russian Copper Icons and Crosses from 
the Kunz Collection: Castings of Faith." 24 June 1991. 

Publications for Museums, Bureaus, and 
Related Organizations 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, calendar of events, 
published thtee times a year. 

James Smithson Society, "A Year in Review 1991," booklet. 
September 1991. 

National Museum of African Art, calendar of events, pub- 
lished four times a year. 

, "The An of the Personal Object," booklet by Philip 

Ravenhill. September 1991. 

National Museum of Natural History, "Scientific Event Alert 
Network," monthly bulletin. 

, Atoll Research Bulletin 339-346. December 1990. 

, Atoll Research Bulletin 347. May 1991. 



, Atoll Research Bulletin 34S-3S4. July 1991. 

National Portrait Gallery, calendar of events, published four 
times a year. 

National Zoological Park, Asian Elephants, edited by John 
Seidensticker and Susan Lumpkin. December 1990. 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Art to Zoo, 
quarterly newsletter. 

, "Research Guide for Teachers," booklet by Thomas 

Lowderbaugh. September 1991. 

Office of Fellowships and Grants, "Smithsonian Opportuni- 
ties for Research and Study," booklet. September 1991. 

, "Fellowships in Residence at the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution," poster. August 1991. 

Office of Information and Resource Management, Smithsonian 
Institution Telephone Directory. March 1991. 

Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Year 1900. May 1991. 

Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Year Iff Supplement: 
Chronology and Appendixes. May 1991. 

Smithsonian Institution Women's Council, The Four Star, 
newsletter published three times a year. 



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Appendix 5 

Publications of the Staff of the 
Smithsonian Institution and 
Its Subsidiaries in 
Fiscal Year ippi 

Research 

Office of the Assistant Secretary 
for Research 

Joseph Henry Papers Project 

Rothenberg, Marc, and Peter Hoffenberg. "Australia at the 
1876 Exhibition in Philadelphia." Historical Records of Aus- 
tralian Science, 8 (1990): 55-61. 

American Studies Program 

Washburn, Wilcomb E. "Comment on Richard Stoffle's Com- 
mentary, "The Hopi, Navajo, Paiute, Zuni Land Disputes,'" 
American Anthropologist 92 (3), September 1990, p. 745. 

. "An Interview with Wilcomb Washburn," Continu- 
ity: A Journal of History, No. 14, Spring/Fall 1990, pp. 1-19. 
"American Historians Should Acknowledge Their 



Failure to Oppose Soviet Distortions," The Chronicle of 
Higher Education, Section 2. Opinion, Vol. XXXVII, No. 15, 
December 12, 1990. 
. "'Ceci Nest Pas Une Pipe': Or How to Deconstruct 



the Civil Rights Act of 1991," Measure, No. 93 (March 1991), 
pp. 6-9. 
. "Of Dead Bulls and Dead Historians," Perspectives, 



Ametican Historical Association Newslettet, Vol. 29, No. 5, 
May/June 1991, pp. 24-25. 

"Material Culture and Public History: Maturing To- 



Smithsonian Institution Man and the 
Biosphere Biological Diversity Program 

Dallmeier, Francisco. Biology Conservation and Management of 
Waterfowl in Venezuela. Caracas: Editorial Ex Libris, 1991. 

. "Preliminary results of the effect of Hurricane Hugo 

on the Biosphere Reserve of Luquillo, Puerto Rico: A Case 
Study" in Future Research Trends in MAB, edited by Yusho 
Aruga. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Fisheries, 1991, 53-66. 

. "Whistling-ducks as a Manageable and Sustainable 



Resource in Venezuela: Balancing Economic Costs and Ben- 
efits" in Neotropical Wildlife Use and Conservation, edited by 
John G. Robinson and Kent H. Redford. Chicago and Lon- 
don: University of Chicago Press, 1991, 266-287. 
, M. Kabel, C. Taylor, R. Rice, J. Mayne, C. Romano. 



User's Guide to the Bisley Biodiversity Plots Luquillo Biosphere 
Reserve - Puerto Rico. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 
1991. 
, M. Kabel, C. Taylor, R. Rice, J. Mayne, C. Romano. 



gether?," [review essay] The Public Historian, A Journal of 
Public History, Vol. 13, No. 2, Spring 1991, pp. 53-60. 



Field Guide to the Bisley Biodiversity Plots Luquillo Biosphere 
Reserve - Puerto Rico. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 
1991. 

Office of Quincentenary Programs 

The New World Newsletter 2 (Spring/Summer 1991) 



National Zoological Park 



Department of Mammalogy 

Galloway, M. 1991. Chaining for the times. Proceedings, ltth An- 
nual Elephant Workshop. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Gould, E. (consulting editor). 1990. Encylopedia of Animals, 
Mammals. Gallery Books, New York. 240 pgs. 

. 1990. Hunters in the night. Zoogoer and Bats (Bat 

Conservation International). Fall issues. 

Goldsmith, N.F. and E. Gould. 1990. Sumerian bats, lion- 
headed eagles and iconographic evidence for the overthrow 
of a female-priest hegemony. Biblical archaeologist. 53:142-156. 

Department of Ornithology 

Stevens, E.F. 1991. Flamingo breeding: the role of group dis- 
plays. Zoo Biology. 10:53-63. 

Department of Herpetology 

Frankenberg, E. and D. Marcellini. 1991. Comparative analysis 
of the male multiple click calls of colonizing house geckos 



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(Hemidactylus tunicas) from the Southern U.S.A. and Israel. 
Israel Journal of Zoology. 37:197-118 
Marcellini, D. and T.A. Jenssen. 1991. Avoidance learning by 
the curly-tailed lizard, Lciocephalus scbreibersi; Implications 
for anti-predator behavior. Journal of Herpelology. 25:238-241. 



Department of Zoological Research 

Boness, DJ. 1990. Fostering behavior in Hawaiian monk 
seals: is there a reproductive cost? Behavioral Ecology and 
Sociobiology. 27:113-122. 

. 1991. Determinants of mating systems in the Otarii- 

dae (Pinnipedia). In: The Behavior of Pinnipeds, D. Renoug, 
Ed. Chapman & Hall. London, pp. 1-44. 

Fleischer, R.C., S.I. Rothstein and L Miller. 1991. Mitochon- 
drial-DNA variation indicates gene flow between subspe- 
cies of the brown-headed cowbird. Condor, 93:185-189. 

Fleischer, R.C., S.C. Conant and M. Morin. 1991. Population 
bottlenecks and genetic variation in native and introduced 
populations of the Laysan finch (Telespiza cantons). Heredity. 
125-130. 

Fleischer, R.C., R.N. Williams and AJ. Baker. 1991. Genetic 
variation within and among populations of the common 
mynah (Acridotberes Iristis). Journal of Heredity. 82. 

Gtand, T.I. 1990. The functional anatomy of body mass. In: 
Body size in mammalian paleobiology: Estimation and hi logical 
implications, J. Damuth and B. MacFadden, Eds., Cam- 
bridge University Press. 

Greenberg, R. 1991. EI Sur de Mexico: Cruce de caminos para 
pajaros migratorios. 32 page booklet. 

Haig, S.M., J.D. Ballou and S.R. Derrickson. 1990. Manage- 
ment options for preserving genetic diversity: reintroduc- 
tion of Guam rails to the wild. Conservation Biology. 
4:290-300. 

Kleiman, D.G. 1990. Decision making about a reintroduc- 
tion: Do appropriate conditions exist? Endangered Species Up- 
date. 8:18-19. 

Kleiman, D.G, B. Beck, A.J. Baker, J. Ballou, J. Dietz and L 
Dietz. 1990. The conservation program for the golden lion 
tamarin. Endangered Species Update. 8:82-85. 

Ralls, K. 1990. Review of "The Biology of Weasels and 
Stoats" by C. King. Quarterly Review of Biology. 65(4):5I7. 

Ralls, K. and R.L Brownell. 1991. A whale of a new species. 
Nature. 350:560. 

Ralls, K. and D.B. Siniff. 1990. Sea orters and oil: ecological 
perspectives. Pp. 199- 210. In: Sea Mammals and Oil: Confront- 
ing the Risks, edited by J. Gerachi and D.J. St. Aubin. Aca- 
demic Press, New York. 

Roberts, M. and M. Hutchins (eds.). 1990. The Biology and 
Management of Tree Kangaroos. AAZPA Monotreme and Mar- 
supial Taxon Advisory Group (Technical Bulletin Number 
1), 38 PP- 

Roberts, M. and F. Kohn. 1991. Technique for obtaining early 
life history data in pouched marsupials. Zoo Biology. 10:81- 
86. 



Warkenrin, I.G. and P.C. James. 1990. Winter roost -site selec- 
tion by urban merlins (Falco columbarius). Journal of Raptor 
Research. 24:5-11. 

Warkentin, I.G. and L.W Oliphant. 1990. Habitat use and 
foraging behavior of urban Merlins (Falco columbarius) in 
winter. Journal of Zoology (London). 221:539-565. 



Department of Animal Health 

Banish, L., M. Bush, R.J. Montali and D. Sack. 1990. Shigello- 
sis in a zoological collection of primates. Journal of Zoo Wild- 
life Medicine. 21:302-309. 

Brown, J.L., D.E. Wildt, C.R. Raath, V. de Vos, J.G. Howard, 
D.L. Janssen, S. Citano, and M. Bush. 1991. Impact of sea- 
son on seminal characteristics and endocrine status of adult 
free-ranging African buffalo (Syncerus caffer). Journal of Repro- 
duction and Fertility. 92:47-57. 

Brown, J.L., M. Bush, C. Packer, A.E. Pusey, S.L. Monfort, 
S.J. O'Brien, D.L Janssen and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Develop- 
mental changes in pituitary-gonadal function in free-rang- 
ing lions (Panthera leo) of the Serengeti Plains and 
Ngorongoro Ctztet.Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. 
91:29-40. 

Bush, M., J.A.M. Graves, S.J. O'Brien and D.E. Wldt. 1990. 
Dissociative anaesthesia in free-ranging male koalas and se- 
lected marsupials in captivity. Australian Veterinary Journal. 
67:449-45L 

Bush, M., R.J. Montali, LG. Phillips and P.A. Holobaugh. 
1990. Bovine tuberculosis in a bactrian camel herd: Clinical 
therapeutic and pathologic findings._/ft«rad/ of Zoo and 
Wildlife Medicine. 21:171-179. 

Carvalho, C.F., J.G. Howard, L Collins, C. Wemmer, M. 
Bush and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Captive bteeding of black- 
footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) and comparative reproduc- 
tive efficiency in i-year old versus 2-year old animals. 
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 22:96-106. 

Donoghue, A.M., L.A.Johnston, U.S. Seal, D.L Armstrong, 
R.L Tilson, P. Wolf, K. Petrini, L.G. Simmons, T. Gross 
and D.E. Wildt. 1990. In vitro fertilization and embryo de- 
velopment in vitro and in vivo in the tiger (Pantbera tigris). 
Biology of Reproduction. 43:733-747. 

Fayer, R., L.G. Phillips, B.C. Anderson and M. Bush. 1991. 
Chronic cryptosporidiosis in a bactrian camel (Camelus bac- 
trianus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 22:228-232. 

Heeney, J.L., J.F. Evermann, A.J. McKeirman, L. Marker- 
Kraus, M.E. Roelke, M. Bush, D.E. Wildt, D.G. Meltzer, 
L Colly, J. Lucas, V.J. Manton and S.J. O'Brien. 1990. Prev- 
alence and implications of coronavirus infections of captive 
and free-ranging cheetahs (Acinonyx jabatus). Journal of Virol- 
ogy. 641964-197IOO42. 

Howard, J.G. and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Ejaculate-hormonal traits 
in the leopard cat (Felis bengalensis) and spetm function as 
measured by in vitro penetration of zona-free hamster ova 
and zona-intact domestic cat oocytes. Molecular Reproductiie 
Development. 26:163-174. 



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Howard, J.G..J.L. Brown, M. Bush and D.E. Wildt. 1990. 
Teracospermic and normospermic domestic cats: Ejaculate 
traits, piruitary-gonadaJ hormones and improvement of 
sperm viability and morphology after swim-up processing. 
Journal of Andrology. 11:204-215. 

Howard, J.G., M. Bush, C. Morton, F. Morton, K. Wentzel 
and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Comparative semen cryopreservation 
in ferrets (Mustela pus onus furo) and pregnancies after laparo- 
scopic intrauterine insemination with frozen-thawed sper- 
matozoa. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility. 92:109-118. 
Janssen, D.L and M. Bush. 1990. Review of medical literature 
of great apes in the 1980s. Zoo Biology. 9:123-134. 



Division of Pathology 

Banish, L.D., M. Bush, RJ. Montali and D. Sack. 1990. Shig- 
ellosis in a zoological collection of primates. Journal of Zoo 
and Wildlife Medicine. 2l(3):302-309. 

Bush, M., RJ. Montali, L.G. Phillips, Jr. and P.A. 

Holobaugh. 1990. Bovine tuberculosis in a bactrian camel 
herd: clinical, thetapeutic and pathologic findings. Journal 
of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 2I(2):I7I-179. 

Doi, S.Q., S. Shifrin, P. Santisteban, E.F. Grollman, RJ. 
Montali, C. Schiller and M. Bush. 1990. Familial Goiter in 
Bongo Antelopes (Tragelapbus eurycelus). Endocrinology. 
l27(2):857-864. 

Montali, RJ. 1990. Taming the new zoo and wildlife litera- 
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Montali, R J. and P.G. Hirschel. 1990. Survey of tuberculin 
testing practices at zoos. Proceedings. American Association of 
Zoo Veterinarians, South Padre Island, Texas, pp. 105-109. 
Munson, L. and R J. Montali. 1990. Pathology and diseases 
of great apes at the National Zoological Park. Zoo Biology. 
9:99-105. 

. 1991. High prevalence of ovarian rumors in maned 

wolves (Cbrysocyon bracbyurus) at the National Zoological 
Park. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. 22(l):i25-l29. 

Nichols, D.K. and RJ. Montali. 1990. Disseminated non-tu- 
berculous mycobactenosis in two species of zoo birds. Pro- 
ceedings. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Annual 
Meeting Oct. 21-26, South Padre Island, Texas. 

Scott, R.A., K.V. Holmes, C.A. Scanga, C.B. Cardellichio, M. 
Vincent and R J. Montali. 1990. An update on the epizooti- 
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tion of Zoo Veterinarians, Oct. 2I-26, South Padre Island, 
Texas, pp. 261-262. 

Stephensen, C.B., R J. Montali, E.C. Ramsay and K.V. 

Holmes. 1990. Identification, using sera from exposed ani- 
mals, of putative viral antigens in livers of primates with 
callitrichid hepatitis. Journal of Virology. 64:6349-6354. 

Stephensen, C.B., J.R.Jacob, RJ. Montali, K.V. Holmes, E. 
Muchmote, R.W. Compans, E.D. Arms, M J. Buchmeier 
and R.E. Lanford. 1991. Isolation of an Arenovirus from a 
marmoset with callitrichic hepatitis and its serologic associ- 
ation with disease. Journal of Virology. 65<8):pp. 3965-40OO. 



Wolff, M.J., M. Bush, R J. Montali and C. Gardiner. 1989. 
Clinical Challenge (red-ruffed lemur)._/<M<r»<»/ of Zoo and 
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Wolff, M.J., A. Brarthauer, D. Fischer, R J. Montali, L.D. Ban- 
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values for the ted panda (Ailuris fulgens): variation with sex, 
age, health status and restraint. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife 
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Berger, J. 1990. Behavioral insights and endangered species 
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. 1990. Persistence of different-sized populations: an 

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habitat shifts: experimental and field evidence for wild big- 
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Biggins, D., L Hansbury, B. Miller and R. Powell. 1990. Re- 
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Collins, LR. 1990. Front Royal ferrets: the first year. Zoogoer. 
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Miller, B.J., C. Wemmer, D. Biggins and R. Reading. 1990. 
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Hanebury, D. Horn and A. Vargas. 1990. Development of 
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Monfort, S.L., C. Wemmer, J. L. Brown, and D.E. Wildt. 
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Monfort, S.L., C. Wemmer, T.H. Kepler, M. Bush, J. L. Brown 
and D.E. Wildt. 1990. Monitoring ovarian function and 
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urinary steroid metabolite excretion. Journal of Reproduction 
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Monfort, S.L., C. Martinet and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Utinary ste- 
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Monfort, S.L., N.P. Arthur and D.E. Wildt. 1991. Monitoring 
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Rudran, R., C. Wemmer and M. Singh. 1990. Teaching ap- 
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Drake, Bert G. "Photosynthesis of salt marsh species." Aquatic 
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Hines, Anson H. "Fecundity and reproductive output in 
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Hines, Anson H., with David L. Correll and Jay O'Dell. "Pas- 
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Long, Steven, with Bert G. Drake. "The effect of the long- 
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Maloof, Joan. "Photosynthesis in Hibiscus moscheutos and the ef- 
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Posey, Martin H. "Functional approaches to soft sub-strate 
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Spira, Timothy P. "Reproductive biology of Hibiscus moscheutos 
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Townsend, Edward C. "Depth disttibution of the grass shrimp 
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Wagner, Lisa K. "Size dependent reproduction in Poa annua 
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Weller, Donald E. "The self-thinning rule: dead or unsup- 
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Whigham, Dennis F. "The effects of experimental defoliation 
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Whigham, Dennis F., with Mark M. Brinson. "Wetland value 
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Ziska, Lewis H., with Bert G. Drake, and Sarah Chamberlain. 
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Office of the Director 

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Years in Museums." Courier 11 (January/February 1991): 1-3. 

. "The Art World Olympics." The Journal of Art 3 (De- 
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the Muse. New York and London: W. W. Norton 6c Com- 
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Office of Public Affairs 

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. Directions — Boyd Webb. Washington, D. C: Hirshh- 

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seum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 1991 
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Department of Painting and Sculpture 

Cruz, Amada. Awards in the Visual Arts 10. Washington, D. C: 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian In- 
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. Directions — Mike Kelley: Half A Man. Washington, 

D. C: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 
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Gertings, Frank. Dialogue and Expression: Eight from Wyoming. 
A Traveling Exhibition of the 1000/01 Visual Arts Fellowship 
Artists. Cheyenne: Wyoming State Museum, 1991 [exhibi- 
tion catalog]. 

Rifkin, Ned. Ann Hamilton/ Kathryn Clark WORKS. Washing- 
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. "Balkon: Between the Leap and the Fall." Parkett no. 

27 (1991): 163-65. 

. Directions — Adrian Piper. Washington, D. C: Hirshh- 



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Rifkin, and Phyllis Rosenzweig. Hirshhorn WORKS 89: Dan- 
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Rosenzweig, Phyllis. "Daniel Buren: Diagonal for a Cylinder. 
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seum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 1990. 

.John Baldessari. Washington, D. C: Hirshhorn Mu- 
seum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 1990 
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Department of Aeronautics 

Crouch, T. "Otto Lilienthal and the Birth of Aeronautical 
Engineering." In Aeronautical Design Symposium: The Lessons 
Learned (H. Bunind, editor). Ann Arbor: University of 
Michigan, 1991. 

. "In a Flight of Words: Robert Frost's Outer Banks." 

Outer Banks Magazine, 1991-1992 Annual. 

. "Foreword: Yamamoto Then and Now." In Lightning 



Over Bougainville (R.C. Hall, editor), Washington, D.C.: 
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. 
. "Introduction to the Smithsonian Edition." The Sky 



on Fire :Tbe First Battle of Britain. Washington, D.C.: 

Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990. 
Davies, R. Delta: An Airline and Its Aircraft. Miami: Palador 

Press, 1990. 
. Lufthansa: An Airline and Its Aircraft. New York: 

Orion Books, 1991. 
. Parts III and IV of Series on U.S. Airline History, 



Putnam Aeronautical Review, September, December 1990. 
. "Aeroflot: An Airline Like No Others." Exxon Air 



World, December 1990. 
. "Supersonicos e Hipersonicios." Revista Aerca, March 



1991. 



1991. 



-. "By The Numbers." Airlines, April 1991. 

-. "Aeroflot 's Far Eastern Region." Airliners, September 

. "No Rest in the Restroom." Airliners, September 

1991. 

Hardesty, V. (editor), Georgiy Baidukov, Russian Lindbergh: 
The Life ofValery Chkalov. Smithsonian Institution Press, 
1991. 

. "Lev Tikhomirov, 1852-1923," Aulonoye jadis (Publi- 
cation de la Soci^ti Historique du Raincy et du Pays 
d'Aulnoye), No. 20 (1991), pp. 54-63 

Neufeld, M. "Wermar Culture and Futuristic Technology: 
The Rocketry and Spaceflight Fad in Germany, 1923-1933. 
Technology and Culture 31 (Oct. 1990), 728-752 

Pisano, D. Introduction to Henry Ladd Smith, Airways: The 
History of Commercial Aviation in the United States. Smith- 
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Department of Space History 

Ceruzzi, Paul E. "When Computers Were Human." Anna I of 
the History of Computing 13, no. 3 (1991): 237-44. 

Collins, Martin J. [Editor]. Preserving the History of the Aero- 
space Industry. Proceedings. Washington, D.C.: National 
Air and Space Museum, 1990. 

[Editor]. Spacefaring Sat ion: Perspectives on American 

Space History and Policy. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 
Institution Press, 1991. 



Needell, Allan A. "The Carnegie Institution of Washington 
and Radio Astronomy: Prelude to an American National 
Observatory." Journal for the History of Astronomy 22 (1991): 

55-67- 

Winter, Frank H. The First Golden Age of Rocketry: Congreve and 
Hale Rockets of the Nineteenth Century. Washington, D.C.: 
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990. 

. Rockets Into Space. Edited by Hetbert Friedman. Fron- 
tiers of Space, vol. 1. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University 
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Center for Earth and Planetary Studies 

Craddock, R. A., Zimbelman, J. R., and Greeley R. "Volatile 
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ence XXII, pp. 249-250. Houston: Lunar and Planetary Insti- 
tute, 1991. [Abstract] 

and Maxwell, T. A. "Plains Emplacement and tec- 
tonic History of Northern Lunae Planum, Mars." Geological 
Society of America Abstracts with Programs 22 (1990): A80. 
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and Maxwell, T. A. "Geologic and Tectonic History 



of Northern Lunae Planum, Mars". Lunar and Planetary Sci- 
ence XXII, pp. 247-248. Houston: Lunar and Planetary Insti- 
tute, 1991. [Abstract] 
and Maxwell, T. A. "Ancient Fluvial Processes in the 



Equatorial Highlands of Mars." Reports of Planetary Geology 
and Geophysics Program - Ippo, pp. 143-14V NASA TM-4300, 
1991. [Abstract] 
and Maxwell, T. A. "Geologic Mapping of Northern 



Lunae Planum, Mars." Reports of Planetary Geology and Geo- 
physics Program - Ippo, pp. 462-464. NASA TM-4300, 1991. 
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, Crumpler, L S., and Aubele, J. C "Preliminary Geo- 



logic Mapping of Central Chryse Planitia, Mars." Reports of 
Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program - ippo, pp. 459-461. 
NASA TM-4300, 1991. [Abstract] 

Dollfus, A., Deschamps, M., and Zimbelman, J. R. "Sensing 
the Soil Physics Properties at the Surface of Mars." Lunar 
and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 321-322. Houston: Lunar and 
Planetary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 

Forsythe, R. D., Zimbelman, J. R., and Barlow, N. G. "Com- 
parison of Data Sets (topography, geology, geophysics, cra- 
tering) for Mars' Western Equatorial Transition Zone." 
Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 403-404. Houston: 
Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 

, Schultz, R. A., and Watters, T. R. "Distributed Low 

Strain Regimes of the Terresttial Planets." Lunar and Plane- 
tary Science XXII, pp. 401-402. Houston: Lunar and Plane- 
tary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 

Jacobberger, P. A. "Changes in Morphologic and Aeolian Pro- 
cesses n the Upper Inland Niger Delta of Mali as a Func- 
tion of Drought." Sand Transport and Desertification in A rid 
Lands, pp. 66-78, ( ed. F. El-Baz, I. A. El-Tayeb, and M. H. 



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A. Hassan). World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Sin- 
gapore, 1990. [Abstract]. 
. "Reddening in Dune Sands: An Alternate Mecha- 



nism." Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 
22 (1990): 218. 
and Hoopet, D. M. "Geomorphology and Reflectance 



Patterns of Vegetation-covered Dunes at the Tsodilo Hills, 
Northwest Botswana." International Journal of Remote Sensing 
12 (1990): 1-22. 

Solomon, S. C, Sharpton, V. L., and Zimbelman, J. R. [Edi- 
tors]. "Scientific Results of the NASA-sponsored study proj- 
ect on Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Tectonics, and 
Volatiles." Technical Report 90-96, 322 pp. Houston: Lunar 
and Planetary Institute, 1990. 

Vaughan, D. F. and Zimbelman, J. R. "Emissivity Effects on 
the Surface Temperature of Mars as Measured by the Infra- 
red Thermal Mapper." Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, 
pp. 1433-1454, Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 
1991. [Abstract] 

Watters, T R. "Domains of Regional Pure Shear on the Terres- 
trial Planets." Geological Society of America Abstracts with Pro- 
grams (1990): A80. [Abstract] 

. "The Origin of Periodically Spaced Wrinkle Ridges 

on the Tharsis Plateau on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Re- 
search Planets, 96 (1991): 15,599-616. 

and Craddock, R. A. "Nature and Origin of Wrinkle 



Ridges in the Floor Material of Kasei Valles, Mars." Lunar 
and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 1475-1476. Houston: Lunar 
and Planetary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 
, Turtle, M. J., and Simpson, D. "Wrinkle Ridge - Up- 



land Scarp Transitions: Implications for the Mechanical 
Properties of the Deformed Materials." Lunar and Planetary 
Science XXII, pp. 1477-1478. Houston: Lunar and Planetary 
Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 

Whipple, K. X. and Zimbelman, J. R. "Field Constraints on 
Remote Observations of Debris Flows and Lava Flows." 
Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, pp 1497-1498. Houston: 
Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 

Williams, S. H. and Zimbelman, J. R. "Geologic Mapping of 
MTM Quads 40292 and 40297 in the Utopian Lowlands 
North of the Nilosyrtis Mensae, Mars." Reports of the Plan- 
etary Geology and Geophysics Ptogram - 1990, pp. 471- 
473. NASA TM-4300, 1991. [Abstract] 

Zimbelman, J. R. "Where were YOU When the Lights Went 
Out?" Lunar and Planetary Institute Bulletin, p. 2. Lunar and 
Planetary Institute, 1991, Houston. 

"Geologic History of Arsia Mons Volcano, Mars: Pro- 
longed Effusive and Explosive Activity?" Transactions Ameri- 
can Geophysical Union 72 (17) (1991): 182. [Abstract] 

"Preliminary i:500,ooo-scale Geologic Mapping of Arsia 



Mons, Mars." Lunar and Planetary Science XXII, pp. 1551-1552. 
Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1991. [Abstract] 
. "Preliminary Geologic Mapping of Arsia Mons, 



and Williams, S. H. "Interbasin Transport of Aeolian 

Sand, Mojave Desert, California." Transactions American 
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- and Vaughan, D. F. "Emissivity Effects on the Surface 



Temperarure of Mars as Measured by the Viking Infrared 
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of Volcanism, Tectonics, and Volatiles on Mats: An Over- 
view of Recent Progress." Proceedings Lunar and Planetary 
Science Conference XXI, pp. 613-626. Lunar and Planetary In- 
stitute: Houston, 1991. 

- and Craddock, R. A. "Bedrock Exposure in the Sinus 



Metidiani Region of the Martian Highlands." Proceedings 
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXI, pp. 645-655. 
Lunar and Planetary Institute: Houston, 1991. 



Laboratory for Astrophysics 

Buhl, D., Chin, G., and Goldstein, J. "Discovery of a Doppler- 
Limited CO Line in the Venus Upper Mesosphere." As- 
trophys.J. Lett. 369 (1991), Ll7- 

Fischer, J., Smith, HA., and Glaccum, W "Fabry-Perot Imag- 
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on IR Arrays (R. Elston, editor), 1990. Tucson, Arizona. 

Forden, C, Glaccum, W., Fischer, J., and Smith, H.A. "A 
FringeCounting System for Control of Fabry-Perot Spec- 
trometer." Optical Engineering 29 (1990), U43- 

Greenhouse, M.A., Grasdalen, G.L., Woodward, C.E., Ben- 
son, J., Gehrz, R.D., Rosenthal, E., and Skrutskie, M.F. 
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352 (1990), 307- 

Harwit, M. "Chemical Analyses with the Infrared Space Ob- 
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. "Submillimeter Observations with the Kuiper Air- 
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mm Astronomy, 29th Liege International Astrophysical 
Colloquium (B.H. Kaldeich, editor), European Space 
Agency SP-314. December 1990. 

"The Great Observatories for Space Astrophysics," 



2nd Edition (C.J. Pellerin, M. Harwit, and V. Neal). NASA 
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. "Billion-Dollar Space Instruments." Air & Space, Oc- 



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Space, December 1990/January 1991. 

. "Space Hurdle." Air & Space, February/March 1991. 

. "Truth in Labeling." Air & Space, April/May 1991. 

. "Smart Versus Nuclear Bombs." Air & Space, 



Mars." In Reports of Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program 
- 1000, pp. 457-458. NASA TM-430, 1991. [Abstract] 



June/July 1991. 
. "Essay: The Decades Past, the Decade Ahead." Air & 



Space, August/September 1991. 



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Kostiuk, T, Espenak, E, Romani, P., Zipoy, D., and Goldst- 
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Melnick, G.J., Dalgarno, A., Erickson, N.R., Fazio, G.G., 
Goldsmith, RE, Harwit, M.H., Hollenbach. D.J., Koch, 
G., Neufeld. D.A., Schiedet, R., Snail, R.L, Thaddeus, P., 
and Winnewisser, G.E "The Submillimeter Wave Astron- 
omy Satellite." From Ground-Baud to Space-Borne Sub-mm As- 
tronomy, 29th Liege International Astrophysical Colloquium 
(B.H. Kaldeich, editot), European Space Agency SP-314. 
December 1990. 

Smith, H.A., Beall, J., and Swain, M. "Infrared Emission from 
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Curatorial Department 

Freyer, Bryna M. "The National Museum of African Art, a 
Curator's view" in Arte in Africa 2, Raccogliere, Documentare, 
conservare, Reslaurare ed Esporre le Opere d'Arte Tradizionale 
Africana, edited by Ezio Bassani and Gaetano Speranza. 
Florence: Centro di Storia delle Arti Africane, 1991, 56-62. 

Nicolls, Andrea. A Cloth of Honor. Gallery brochure. Washing- 
ton, D.C.: National Museum of African Art, February 1991. 

Ravenhill, Philip L. "The Challenge of History," African Arts 
23(3):i,6,8, 1990. 

. "The Passive Object and the Implicit Paradigm: Co- 
lonial Museography in French West Africa" in Mary Jo 
Arnoldi, Christraud Geary, & Kris Hardin (eds.) Proceedings 
of the May 1988 Conference and Workshop on African Material 
Culture. Joint Committee on African Studies - ACLS/SSRC 
pp. 99-101 [published abstract of yet-to-be published 
paper], 1990. 

Sieber, Roy. Co-editor of two special issues of African Arts, a 
tribute to Arnold Rubin. Vol. XXTV. 2-3 (April, July, 1991). 

Walker, Roslyn Adele. "The Ikere Palace Veranda Posts by 
Olowe of Ise" in African Arts 24 (January 1991): 77-78;i04. 

. "Chokwe Snuff Mortars" in Journal (The International 

Chinese Snuff Bottle Society) 23 (Spring 1991): 21-23. 

Eliot Elisofon Archives 

Geary, Christraud M. "Photographic als kunsthistorische 
Quelle" in Der Sinn des Schonen: Asthetik, Soziologie una 
Geschichte der afrikanischen Kunst, ["Photography as Source 
for Art History" in The meaning of Beauty: Aesthetic, Sociology 
and History of African Art], edited by Miklos Szalay. Mu- 
nich: Trickster, 1990, 113-177. 

. "Text and Kontext: Zu Fragen der Methodik bei der 

quellenkritischen Auswerrung hisrorischer Photographien 
aus Afrika." [Text and Context: On Questions Concerning 
Methodology When Using Historical Photographs from Af- 



rica as Sources]. Zeitschrift fur Kulturaustausch 40, 3 (1990): 

426-439 
. "Art of Central Africa." Exhibition review in African 



Arts 24, 2 (April 1991): 7 8 "79- 
. "African Reflections" by Enid Schildkrout and Cur- 



tis M. Keim. Book review in African Arts 24, 3 (July 1991): 
14-25. 



National Museum of American Art 

Elizabeth Broun, "Redefining National Culture", in American 
Art; vol.5, n. 1-2 (Winter/Spring 1991). 

Andrew Connors, "One View of Folk Art" in Artlink Letter, 
Fall/Winter 1991. 

, "Norte/Sur" in Journal of American Folklore; Summer 

1991. 

Gwen Everett, Li 'I Sis and Uncle Willie, Rizzoii International, 
1991. 

Lois Marie Fink, "American Art at the 1889 Paris Exposition: 
The Paintings They Love to Hate", in American Art; vol. 5, 
n. 4 (Fall 1991). 

George Gurney, "Doomsday 1992," in National Sculpture Re- 
view; vol. 39 (winter 1990). 

Lynda Roscoe Hartigan, "Who is Roger Brown?", in Perfor- 
mance Series, 1991-1992, Opelika Arts Association, 1991. 

. "Edmonia Lewis", in Notable Black American Women, 

Gale Research Institute, 1991. 

Karol Lawson, "Personal Selection", in American Art; vol. 5, n. 
3 (Summer 1991). 

Patricia Lynagh, with Cecilia Chin, "Reference Materials for 
An Library Collections" in AB Bookman's Weekly; vol. 87 
(March 25, 1991): 1130-46. 

Richard Murray, "John Norton: Mural Painter", in John Nor- 
ton; Illinois State Museum, Lockport Gallery, 1991. 

Alex Nemerov, "Frederic Remington: Within and Without 
the Past", in American Art; vol. 5, n. 1-2 (Winter/Spring, 
1991). 

, "Doing the 'Old America': The Image of the Ameri- 

can West, 1880-1920," The West as America, Smithsonian In- 
stitution Press, 1991. 

Harry Rand, "Torah's Incipient Esthetics" in Religious Educa- 
tion; vol. 86, n. 1 (Winter 1991). 

, "The Betrothal I", in The Rita and Tafl Schreiher Col- 
lection, Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art. 

, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, (Cologne, Germany): 



Taschen Verlag, 1991. 
William Truettner, editor, "Ideology and Image: Justifying 
Westward Expansion", The West as America, Smithsonian In- 
stitution Press, 1991. 



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Archives Center 

Fleckner, John A. "Dear Mary Jane: Some Reflections on 
Being an Archivist." American Archivist 53, Number 4 
(1990). 

. "Archives and Museums." The Midwestern Archivist 

XV, Number 2 (1990). 

Harding, Robert S. Register of the Western Union Telegraph Com- 
pany Collection, 1848-1961 Washington, D.C.: Archives Cen- 
ter, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian 
Institution, 1990. 

Hazen, Margaret Hindle. Register of the Hazen Collection of 
Band Photographs and Ephemera, ca. lSlS-ip)L Foreword by 
David E. Haberstich. Washington, D.C.: Archives Center, 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, 1990. 

Collections Management Program 

Spiess, Katherine, and Philip Spiess. "Museum Collections." 
In The Museum, A Reference Guide, edited by Michael Sha- 
piro and Louis Ward Kemp. Greenwood Press, 1990. 

National Numismatic Collection 

Clain-Stefanelli, Elvira Eliza. "From the Drawing Board of a 
Coin-Engraver: Sketches by Christian Gobrecht for the 
Coinage of l8$6-li}<)."The American Numismatic Association 
Gentennial Anthology. 79-98, illus. Wolfeboro, New Hamp- 
shire: Bowers and Merena, 1991. 

. "My Story Envelopes $50 Gold Half Union Piece, 

Two Unique Gold Pieces," Coin World. Sidney, Ohio: (Janu- 
ary 1991): 37, 70, illus. 

. "Old Friends — Common Goals: The Evolution of 



Numismatics in the United States," The American Numis- 
matic Association Centennial Anthology. 293-299, illus. 
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and Merena, 1991. 
. "1873 Trade Dollar Competition for Peso Sketchbook 



Reveals Plans," Coin World. (February 1991): 72-73, illus. 

Doty, R. G. "'An Onerous and Delicate Task': Franklin Peale's 
Mission South, 1837," America's Cold Coinage. Proceedings 
of the Sixth Coinage of the Americas Conference, New 
York, November 4-5, 1989. New York: American Numis- 
matic Society, 1990. 67-82. 

. "Coin Stand-ins: The Colorful Story of Tokens in 

American Commerce." Coinage 26, 12. (December 1990): 17, 
ff. 

. Review of Money in the Bank: An Illustrated Introduc- 



tion to the Money Collection of the Hong Kong and Shanghai 
Banking Corporation, by Joe Cribb. Numismatic Chronicle. 150 
(1990): 306-309. 
. "Unofficial Money: Tokens are a Colorful American 



. "Western Hemisphere," A Survey of Numismatic Re- 
search, 1984-1989. Brussels: International Numismatic Com- 
mission, 1990. 

Gillilland, Cory. "Public Opinion and the Nation's Coinage," 
American Numismatic Association Centennial Anthology. 
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and Merena, 1991. 301- 
319, illus. 

. "U.S. Gold Bullion Coins — A Nineteenth-Century 

Proposal," America's Gold Coinage. (Coinage of the Ameri- 
cas Conference, proceedings No. 6. New York: The Ameri- 
can Numismatic Society, 1990). 17-32, illus. 

. "United States Medals," A Survey of Numismatic fa- 



Heritage." Coinage. 26, 12 (December 1990): 17, ff. 



search, 1985-1990. Brussels: International Numismatic Com- 
mission, 1990. 

Department of Social and Cultural History 

Adrosko, Rita J. "A 'Little Book of Samples': Evidence of Tex- 
tiles Traded to the American Indians," Textiles in Trade (Pro- 
ceedings of The Textile Society of America Biennial 
Symposium). Washington, D.C, Sept. 14-16, 1990. 

Ahlborn, Richard E. "The 1762 Will of a New Mexico 
Woman," in the New Mexico Historical Review. 

and Vera Beaver-Bricken Espinola. Russion Copper Icons 

from the Kunz Collection: Castings in Faith. Washington, 
D.C: Smithsonian Institution Press. 

Bowman, Doris. American Quilts. Washington, D.C: 
Smithsonian Institution Press, 199L 

Bunch, Lonnie G. "A Past Not Necessarily Prologue: The Af- 
rican American in 20th Century Los Angeles," in Klein and 
Schleissel, 20th Century Los Angeles: Power, Promotion & Place. 
1991. 

Bunch, Lonnie G., and Spencer R. Crew. "Museums and the 
Academy," Perspectives. November 1990. 

Crew, Spencer R., and Lonnie G. Bunch. "Museums and the 
Academy," Perspectives. November, 1990. 

, and James E Sims. "Locating Authenticity: Frag- 
ments of a Dialogue," in Exhibiting Cultures, Ivan Karp and 
Steven D. Lavine, eds.; Washington, DC, and London: 
Smithsonian Institution Press. 

Fesperman, John. "Hymnody and Liturgy," in Liturgy, 9, 1 
(January l99l):.55-59. 

Foote, Shelly. "What's in a name? A classification and name," 
Terminology for Museums, edited by D. Andrew Roberts. 
Cambridge, England: Museum Documentation Associa- 
tion, 1990. 

Hasse, John Edward. "Preface: The Achievement and Human- 
ity of Ftank J. Gillis," in Discourse in Ethnomusicology: Essays 
in Honor of Frank J. Gillis, ed. Nancy Cassell McEntite, xi- 
xiv. Bloomington, Indiana: Ethnomusicology Publications 
Group, 1991. 

, ed. "A Discography of Frank J. Gillis as Performer, 

Producer, and Fieldworker," in Discourse in Ethnomusicology: 
Essays in Honor of Frank J. Gillis, ed. Nancy Cassel 



in 



McEntire, 175-217. Bloomington, Indiana: Ethnomusicol- 
ogy Publications Group, 1991. 

Reagon, Bernice Johnson. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I See"; 
or, "By and By I'm Gonna Lay Down My Heavy Load," The 
Journal of American History, June 1991. 

Wright, Helena E. "Bierstadt and the Business of Printmak- 
ing," in Albert Bierstadt: Art & Enterprise. Brooklyn, N.Y.: 
Brooklyn Museum, 1991. 

. joo Years of American Papermaking. Washington, D.C.: 

National Museum of American History, 1991. 

Recordings featuring Smithsonian Chamber Music Ensembles 

The Castle Ttio 

"Beethoven: The Piano Trios," Vol. 1, with Op. 1 Nos. 1-3 and 
Variations Op. 44. Vitgin Classics (Veritas); London, En- 
gland. VC 7 91126255-2. 

The Smithsonian Chamber Players 

Luigi Boccherini: Stting Quintets, Op. 11 Nos. 4-6. deutsche 
harmonia mundi/BMG Classics; Freiburg, Germany. RD 
77159155 

Schubert, Quintet in C Majot, D956; and Rondo in A Major, 
D438, featuring Stradivarius Instruments from the 
Smithsonian Institution. Sony Classical (Vivarte); Ham- 
burg, Germany. SK 46 669. 

"Sweet Was the Song," Traditional Carols Performed by the 
Smithsonian Chamber Players with Max van Egmond, bari- 
tone. Smithsonian Collection of Recordings; Washington, 
D.C., ND 040. 

Marin Marais: Pieces for 1 violes (1686) and 2 Suites and 
Tombeau for 2 Violes. deutsche harmonia mundi/BMG 
Classics', Freiburg, Germany. RD 77146255. 

Department of the History of 
Science and Technology 

Davis, Audrey B. with Richard Glenner. "Collecting Dental 
Antiques." Bulletin for tie History of Dentistry 39 (1991): 11-16. 

Daniel, Pete. "Going Among Strangers: Southern Reactions to 
World War 11 "Journal of American History 77 (December 
1990). 

Ezell, Edward, and David Th. Schiller. "Der Multi-Millionar" 
[Kalashnikov and his weapons]. Visier: Internationale Waffen- 
Magazine (January 1991): 11-18, 20-24, 16-27. 

Ezell, Edward, and Matthias Recktenwald. "Den Drehraus" 
[Pattick Ferguson and his breech-loading rifle]. Visier: Inter- 
nationale Waffen-Magaztn (July 1991): 74-78. 

Finn, Bernard. "The Museum of Science and Technology," in 
Michael Shapiro (ed.). The Museum: A Reference Guide, 59-83. 
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1990 

Forman, Paul. "Independence. Not Transcendence, for the His- 
torian of Science." Isis 82 (1991): 71-86. 

Green, Rayna. "The Mickey Mouse Kachina." American Art 
Magazine 1, 1 (1991). 

. American Indian Women in American Society. New York: 

Chelsea House, 1991. 



Green, Rayna, K. Stallard, and J. Vigil. The Killing of the Wa- 
ters: A Report on Dams, Development and American Indians. 
Washington, D.C.: The American Indian Program/NMAH, 
1991. 

Green, Rayna, and J. Vigil. Issues In Contemporary American In- 
dian Art: A Report on a Symposium. Jointly issued with AL- 
TATL: A Native Arts Network, 1990. 

Green, Rayna, and N. Mitchell. American Indian Sacred Objects, 
Skeletal Remains, Repatriation and Reburial: A Resource Guide. 
2nd Edition, American Indian Program, 1991. 

Harris, Michael R. "American Homeopathic Medicine Dosage 
Forms; 1840 to 1920." Master's thesis. University of Wiscon- 
sin, Madison; May, 1991. 

Johnston, Paul F. "The Smithsonian Institution: Museums on 
the Mall," in Peter Neill, (ed.). Great Maritime Museums of 
the World New York: Harry Abrams and Balsam Press, 1991. 

Kidwell, Peggy A "Publicizing the Metric System in Amer- 
ica — From F. R. Hassler to the American Metric Bureau." 
Rittenhouse 5 (1991): 111-117. 

Kondratas, Ramunas A. "The Artifactual Legacy of AIDS," in 
Victoria Harden and Guenter Risse (eds.). AIDS and the His- 
torian. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 
NIH Publication No. 91-1584, March, 1991. 

LaFollette, Marcel C, and Jeffrey K. Stine, (eds.). Technology 
and Choice: Readings from Technology and Culture. Chicago: 
University of Chicago Press, 1991. 

Langley, Harold D. "Winfield Scon Schley: The Confident Com- 
mander," in Admirals of the New Steel Navy. Annapolis, 1991. 

. "The Quest for Peace in the War of 1812," in William 

Jeffrey Welsh and David Curtis Shaggs (eds.). War on the 
Great Lakes: Essays Commemorating the 17? h Anniversary of the 
Battle of Lake Erie. Kent, Ohio, 1991. 

Lubar, Steven. "West Old Baltimore Road." Landscape (Spring 
1991). 

. "'Relicts' and 'A ton of significant Attitude': History 

at Museums and Universities." Organization of American His- 
torians Newletter. 

. "Historic American Building Survey/Historic Ameri- 



can Engineering Record/America's Industrial History Proj- 
ect: Some Recent Publications." The Public Historian 
(Summet 1991). 

Mayr, Otto, and Carlene Stephens. American Clocks: Highlights 
from the Collections. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of 
American History, 1990. 

Molella, Arthur P. "John U. Nef, A Memorial." Technology and 
Culture (October 1990): 916-920. 

. "Mumfbrd in Historiographical Context," in Thomas 

P. Hughes and Agatha C. Hughes (eds.). Lewis Mumford, 
Public Intellectual, 21-42. New York and Oxford: Oxford 
University Press, 1990. 

. "The Museum That Might Have Been: The 



Smithsonian's National Museum of Engineering and Indus- 
try." Technology and Culture 32 (April 1991): 237-263. 
Post, Robert. "Transportation." World Book Encyclopedia 19 
(1991): 380-97. 



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"Some Traction Prehistory: Robert Davidson and 



Charles Grafton Page." Headlights, Streetcar Centennial Issue 
(1991). 
. "A Life With Trains: An Interview With John H. 



White, Jr." American Heritage 6 (Fall 1990): 34*4° 
Reingold, Nathan. "Tales from the Archives," in Nathan 

Reingold (ed.). Symposium on Documents, Interpretations and 

the History of the Sciences. In Proceedings of the American Philo- 
sophical Society (Decembet 1990). 
. "The Peculiarities of the Americans, or Are There 

National Styles in the Sciences?" Science in Context (Fall, 

1991). 
Reingold, Nathan (ed.). Symposium on Documents, Interpretations 

and the History of the Sciences, in Proceedings of the American 

Philosophical Society (December 1990). 
Sherman, Roger. "The Electrical Lecture of Isaac Greenwood 

III." Rittenhouse 5 (1991): 46-52. 
. "Charles Came, Itinerant Science Lecturer, and His 

'Splendid Apparatus.*" Rittenhouse 5 (1991): 118-128. 
Stine, Jeffrey K. "Environmental Politics in the American 

South: The Fight over the Tennesse-Tombigbee Waterway." 

Environmental History Review 15, No. I (1990). 
Turnet, Steven. "William Wurdemann. First Mechanician of 

the U.S. Coast Survey." Rittenhouse 5 (1991): 97-110. 
Warner, Deborah. "American Hydrometers, 1753-1876." Ritten- 
house 5 (1991): 33-45. 
. "Everything from Watch to Locomotive." Rittenhouse 

5 (1991): 81-93. 
White, Roger B. "Fisher Body Corporation." Encyclopedia of 

American Business History and Biography (1990): 187-192. 
Withuhn, William L "The 1990 Railroad History Awards." 

Railroad History 163 (Autumn 1990): 7-12. 



National Museum of the American Indian 

King, Duane H., Ph.D. In the Spirit of Sequoyah, The Tennessee 

Valley Authority, 1991. 
. Trail of Tears: National Historic Trail, edited by Jere 

Krakow, U.S. Department of the Interior - National Park 

Services, 1991. 



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Fern, Alan. "Ahead of Its Time." Gazette of the Grolier Club 

New Series, No. 42 (1990). 
. "The Project." Four Decades of Change: Photographs by 

Jack Delano. Washington, D.C., and London: Smithsonian 

Institution Press, 1990, pp. 11-16. 



. "A Special Vision." Contrasts: Forty Years of Change 

and Continuity in Puerto Rico. Photographs by Jack Delano. 
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Ptess, 1990, 
pp. 21-27. 



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Barber, James G. Andrew Jackson: A Portrait Study. Washing- 
ton, D.C.: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institu- 
tion; Nashville: Tennessee State Museum; Seattle and 
London: University of Washington Press, 1991. 

. Old Hickory: A Life Sketch of Andrew Jackson. Washing- 
ton, D.C.: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institu- 
tion; Nashville: Tennessee State Museum; Seattle and 
London: University of Washington Ptess, 1990. 

Voss, Frederick S. The Smithsonian Treasury: The Presidents. 
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. 



Library 

Chin, Cecilia, with Patricia Lynagh. "Reference Materials for 
Art Library Collections." AB Bookman's Weekly 87 (March 
25, 1991): 1130-46. 



Painting and Sculpture 

Fortune, Brandon Brame. "Charles Willson Peale's Portrait 
Gallery: Persuasion and the Plain Style," Word and Image 6, 
No. 4 (October-December 1990): 308-24. 



Peale Family Papers 

Miller, Lillian B. and David C. Ward, editors. New Perspectives 
on Charles Willson Peale. Pittsburgh: University of Pitts- 
burgh Press, 1991. 

Miller, Lillian B., Sidney Hart, and David C. Ward, editors. 
The Selected Papers of Charles Willson Peale and His Family. 
Volume 3: The Bel field Farm Years, 1810-1820. New Haven: 
Yale University Press, 1991. 

Ward, David C. "Charles Willson Peale's Farm Belfield: En- 
lightened Agriculture in the Early Republic" in New Per- 
spectives on Charles Willson Peale, edited by Lillian B. Miller 
and David C. Ward. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh 
Press, 1991, pp. 283-301. 

. "Poor Sports: Hemingway, Jake Barnes and the Sport- 
ing Life in The Sun Also Rises." Aethlon: The Journal of Sport 
Literature 6 (Spring 1989 [October 1990]): 21-25. 

. [Essay Review] John C. Van Home et al eds.. The 



Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry La- 
trobe, Volume } (New Haven, 1988). Winterthur Portfolio 25 
(1990): 297-300. 
. [Review] Harry M. Ward, Major General Adam Ste- 



phen and the Cause of American Liberty (Charlottesville, 1989). 
Maryland Historical Magazine 85 (Fall 1990): 309-11. 



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The Houston* and Woodwards of Chestnut Hill (Philadelphia, 
1988). Pennsylvania History 58 (April 1991): 158-159. 

[Review] Wallace J. Schutze and Walter N. Treneny, 



Abandoned by Lincoln: A Military Biography of General John 
Pope (Champaign, Illinois, 1990) and Robert K. Krick, Stone- 
wall Jackson at Cedar Mountain (Chapel Hill, 1990). Mary- 
land Historical Magazine 86 (Fall 1991). 

Office of Prints and Drawings 

Reaves, Wendy Wick. "Effigies Curiously Engraven: Eigh- 
teenth-Century American Portrait Prints" in Prints of New 
England, edited by Georgia Brady Barnhill. Worchester, 
Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1991, pp. 39-67. 

Stapp, William F. "Annie Leibovitz and the Portrait Tradition 
in Photography" in Annie Leibovitz Photographs ip/o-ippo [ex- 
hibition brochure] 1990, pp. 9-10. 



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Cole, Johnnerta B. "The Struggle for Equity in American Edu- 
cation." Keynote address delivered January 21, 1991 at the 
1991 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration, 
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 1991. 



Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education 



Eisendrath, Betsy, ed. "Kiting Up the Sky: The Vehicles of 
Understanding," Art to Zoo. September 1991. 

. "What Makes Time Tick, or Has The Industrial Rev- 
olution Really Made Clocks Go Faster?" Art to Zoo. April 



1991. 



"Life in the 'Promised Land": African-American Mi- 



grants in Northern Cities, 1916-1940," Art to Zoo. December 
1990. 
. "Turn About's Fair Play! Mirrors and How They Re- 
flect," Art to Zoo. October 1990. 



Printed Materials 

Belanus, Betty. "Family Farm Folklore." In Festival of American 
Folklife Program Book, edited by Peter Seitel, 32-35. Wash- 
ington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 

Cadaval, Olivia. "Knowledge and Power: Land in Native 
American Cultures." In Festival of American Folklife Program 
Book, edited by Peter Seitel, 76-80. Washington, D.C: 
Smithsonian Institution. 

Chen, Vivian. "Music, Dance and Puppets of Indonesia," a 
guide for teachers. Washington, D.C: The John F. Ken- 
nedy Centet for the Performing Arts. 

Kennedy, Richard. "Forest, Field and Sea: Cultural Diversity 
in the Indonesian Archipelago." In Festival of American 
Folklife Program Book, edited by Peter Seitel, 55-60. Wash- 
ington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 

. Review of The Chinese of Early Tucson: Historical Arche- 
ology from the Tucson Urban Renewal Project, by Florence C. 
and Robert H. Lister. Etbnohistory 38. 

Kurin, Richard. "The Festival of American Folklife: Building 
on Tradition." In Festival of American Folklife Program Book, 
edited by Peter Seitel, 7-20. Washington, D.C: Smithson- 
ian Institution. 

. "Turbans, Skirts and Spirit: Folk Models of a Punjabi 

Muslim Brotherhood." Social Analysis special issue, 97-113. 

. Cultural Conservation Through Representation: Festival of 



India Folklife Exhibitions at the Smithsonian Institution. Wash- 
ington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 
. "Cultural Conservation Through Representation: Fes- 



tival of India Folklife Exhibitions at the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution." In Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of 
Museum Display, edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, 
315-343. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution 
Press. 
. "Regar Semillas de Futura Comprension y Coopera- 



cion Intelecruales." Tradiccion por Eder E. Gomez Salgado. 
DelCanbe VI(i6-I7):0044-5. 

Rinzler, Ralph and Worth Long. "Blues at the Festival: A 
Community Music with Global Impact." In Festival of Amer- 
ican Folklife Program Book, edited by Peter Seitel, 21. Wash- 
ington, DC: Smithsonian Institution. 

Seeger, Anthony. "When Music Makes History." In Ethnomusi- 
cology and Modern Music History, edited by Philip V Bohl- 
man and Daniel M. Neuman, 23-34. Urbana and Chicago: 
University of Illinois Press. 

. "Styles of Musical Ethnography." In Comparative Mu- 

sicology and Anthropology of Music: Essays on the History of Eth- 
nomusicology, edited by Bruno Nettl and Philip Bohlman, 
342-355. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago 
Press. 

. "After the Alligator Swallows Your Microphone: The 



Future of Field Recordings." In Discourse in Ethnomusicology 
III: Essays in Honor of Frank J. Gillis, edited by Nancy 



Il6 



Cissell Mclntire, 37-49- Bloomington: Ethnomusicology 
Publications Group. 
. "Creating and Confronting Cultures: Issues of Edit- 



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ing and Selection in Recotds and Videotapes of Musical Per- 
formances." In Music in the Dialogue of Cultures: Traditional 
Music and Cultural Policy, edited by Max Peter Baumann, 
190-302. Intercultural Music Studies 2. Germany: Florian 
Noetzel Verlag, Wilhelmshaven. 

Vennum, Thomas Jr. "In Tune with Tradition: Wisconsin 
Folk Musical Insttuments." Exhibition review. Journal of 
American Folklore i04(Summer 1990:345-34?! 0048. 

. "The Alice C. Fletcher Ojibway Cylinder Record- 
ings." In Discourse in Ethnomusicology III: Essays in Honor of 
Frank J. Gillis, edited by Nancy Cassell Mclntire. Bloom- 
ington: Ethnomusicology Publications Group. 



Sound Recordings 

Bukhara: Musical Crossroads of Asia. Smithsonian/Folkways 
SF40050. 

Classical Music of Iran. Smithsonian/Folkways SF40039. 

The Country Gentlemen. Folk Songs and Bluegrass. Smithson- 
ian/Folkways SF40022 (reissue). 

Cowboy Songs on Folkways. Smithsonian/Folkways SF40043. 

Davis, Reverend Gary. Pure Religion and Bad Company. 
Smithsonian/Follcways SF40035 (reissue). 

Jenkins, Ella. Live! At the Smithsonian. Videocassette. 
Smithsonian/Folkways SF48001. 

McGhee, Brownie. The Folkways Years: 194^-19^9. Smithson- 
ian/Folkways SF40034. 

Mountain Music Bluegrass Style. Smithsonian/Folkways 
SF40038 (reissue). 

Mountain Music of Peru, Volume l Smithsonian/Folkways 
SF40020 (reissue). 

Music of Indonesia r Songs Before Dawn. Smithsonian/Folkways 
SF40055. 

Music of Indonesia z Indonesian Popular Music. Smithson- 
ian/Folkways SF40056. 

Music of Indonesia $ Music from the Outskirts of Jakarta. 
Smithsonian/Folkways SF40057. 

The New Lost City Ramblers. The Early Years: 19^1962. 
Smithsonian/Folkways SF40036. 

Seeger, Pete. Birds, Beasts, Bugs and Little Fishes. Smithsonian/ 
Folkways SF45021 (reissue). 

. Birds, Beasts, Bugs and Bigger Fishes. Smithson- 
ian/Folkways SF45022 (reissue). 

Terry, Sonny. The Folkways Years: 1944-196}. Smithsonian/Folk- 
ways SF40033. 

Vennum, Thomas Jr., co-producer. Honor the Earth Powwow: 
Songs of the Great Lakes Indians. Ryko Disc RCD10199. 

Woody Guthrie. Songs to Grow on for Mother and Child. 
Smithsonian/Folkways SF45035 (reissue). 

World Music of Struggle: We Shall Otrrcome. Columbia CK 
47850255. 



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Lovejoy, T.E. 1990. 1990 Editorial in UNESCO Sources. Also 

reprinted in Nature 8c Resources. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1990. "Consider their ways and be wise." Review 

of The Ants by B. Holldobler and E. O. Wilson (1990, The 

Belknap Press/Harvard Univ. Press, 732 pp.). The New 

York Times Book Review, 29 July 1990, p. 3. 
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Global Change Decision Making: A National Partnership. Krie- 

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Love joy, T.E. 1990. Foreword to The New Zoo by Jake Page. 
Smithsonian Institution Ptess 

Lovejoy, T.E. and Richard Bierregaard, Jr. 1990. Central 
Amazonian Forests and the Mininum Critical Size of Eco- 
systems Project A. Gentry, Editor. Four Neotropical Forests, 
Yale University Press, Pp. 60-71 

Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. "1991 Global Report: deforestation." 

Buzzworm: The Environmental Journal Jan/Feb 1991, p. 36. 

Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. Keynote address and remarks in T.D. Nich- 
olson, Preserving the earth's biological diversity: the role of 
museums. Curatot 34/2:85-108. 

Moran, Katy. Spring 1991 "Debt-for-Nature Swaps: U.S. Pol- 
icy Issues and Options" Pp. 16-21 in Renewable Resources 
Journal 



Office of Telecommunications 



Programs Presented on Radio Smithsonian 

"The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra" Rick Benjamin and his en- 
semble perform ragtime favorites. 

"The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright" A touring 
exhibition examines the importance of Wright's decorative 
designs and the challenges of preserving them. 

"Senegalese, If You Please" The 1990 Festival of American 
Folk life reveals the music and culture of Senegal. 

"English Dance and Song" Concert tribute to English folklor- 
ist Cecil Sharp who documented the dance and song of his 
native country. 

"From Whom the Bells Toll" The ancient art of "changering- 
ing" from England's grand cathedrals and small country 
churches. 

"The Duke's Treasures" Ellington's personal collection of sheet 
music, papers, photographs, and memorabilia sheds new 
light on his life and career. 

"Deep River: Praise Songs from My People" Composer/ar- 
ranger David Murray and his jazz quartet and the Wesley 
Boyd Gospel Choit explore the common roots of jazz and 
gospel music. 

"Songs of Struggle" Veterans of the U.S. Labor, Civil Rights, 
and South African Anti-Apartheid Movements demonstrate 
the use of music in their struggle for social change. 

"Parting the Green Curtain" STRI's director reviews research 
on deforestation, global warming, and species preservation. 

"Beni Biological Reserve" Touring a refuge for animals of the 
Amazon basin where SI and other international researchers 
work. 

"Cole Porter, Seriously" Pianist John Eaton explores the com- 
positional sryle and artistic side of a light-hearted legend. 

"Into the Future" On the occasion of the last weekly program 
in the Radio Smithsonian magazine series, a look ahead to 
what the future holds at the Smithsonian, including the Co- 
lumbus Quincentenary, the new National Museum of the 



American Indian, and the battle to save the biological diver- 
sity of planet Earrh. 

Special Programs Produced by- 
Radio Smithsonian 

"The Louis Armstrong Jazz Trumpet Competition" 2-hour 
special hosted by Bill Cosby presents highlights from this 
annual competition. Co-production with WETA-FM. 

"Christmas Oratorio" 3-hour holiday special of J.S. Bach's 
work performed by the Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra 
and Chorus on period instruments and heard as it sounded 
during Bach's time. Co-production with WETA-FM. 

"Cole Porter's 100th Birthday Gala Celebration at Carnegie 
Hall" Stars of musical theater and popular song including 
Kaye Ballard, William Bolcolm, Michael Feinstein, Celeste 
Holm, Marilyn Home, Maureen McGovern, Rita McKen- 
zie, Joan Morris, Juliet Prowse, Bobby Short, Gwen Ver- 
don, and Margaret Whiting in a 2-hour opening night 
concert of the New York International Festival of the Atts. 
Co-production with WETA-FM and American Public 
Radio. 

Series Programs Produced by 
Radio Smithsonian 

"Folk Masters: Traditional Music in the Americas" 13 i-hour 
programs feature virtuosos of folk music in concert at Car- 
negie Hall. Co-produced with WETA-FM. 

"Speakers Comer" A 52-week series of lectures and discussions 
presents scholars and experts from the University of Chi- 
cago, the Smithsonian, and the University of Oxford. 
Hosted by Roger Mudd. 

TV Film Production 

"Our Biosphere: The Earth in Our Hands," a new one-hour en- 
vironmental film narrated by Robert Redford, premiered in 
April on the Discovery Channel. 

Exhibition Videos 

Two videos, "Montsetrat" and "Crow Fair," were produced for 
the Seeds of Change Quincentenary exhibition at the NMNH. 

"As They Really Are," a 5-minute video for the SITES exhibi- 
tion Human Attitudes toward Animals, was completed for the 
Experimental Gallery and will tour with this SITES show. 

"Moving America's Mail," was completed for installation in 
the new National Postal History and Philatelic Museum. 

"300 Years of American Papermaking," an interactive video 
for the exhibition of the same title, was installed in NMAH. 



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seated: Digital Photography Conference 1991, Dallas, 
Texas, February 8, 1991. 



Solinger, Janet W., ed., MPR News published by the Museum 
Public Relations Committee, International Council of Mu- 
seums (ICOM), Vol. I, No. 1, 1990 

Solinger, Janet W. and Lytle, Cheryl, "Anatomy of an Anniver- 
sary: 25 Years of the Smithsonian Resident Associate Pro- 
gram, MPR News, Vol. I, No. 2, 1991 

Cole, Joan, "Kite Festival," MPR News, Vol. I, No. 1, 1990 



"Smithsonian World" 



Season Six Public Television Programs 

Bradley, Sandra Wenrworth. "Gender: The Enduring Para- 
dox," a 60-minute Smithsonian World television special co- 
produced by WETA-TV and the Smithsonian Institution, 
1991. 

. "The Doors of Perception," a 60-minute Smithson- 
ian World television special co-produced by WETA-TV 
and the Smithsonian Institution, 1991. 

Goodwin, Neil. "A Certain Age: A Celebration of Experi- 
ence," a 60-minute Smithsonian World television special 
co-produced by WETA-TV and the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, 1991. 

Schumann, Werner. "From Information to Wisdom?," a 60- 
minute Smithsonian World television special co-produced 
by WETA-TV and the Smithsonian Institution, 1991. 

York, Steven. "Selling the Dream," a 60-minute Smithsonian 
World television special co-produced by WETA-TV and 
the Smithsonian Institution, 1991. 



Finance and Administration 



Office of Printing and 
Photographic Services 



Wallace, Jim; Goulait.Joe; Talman, Hugh. "The Bourges- 
Bruehl Collection. Reproducing Color From Glass Separa- 
tion Negatives" in Topics in Photographic Preservation 
Washington: American Institution for Conservation, 1991. 

Wallace, Jim. "The Use of Commercial Scanners To Restore 
Dark-Faded Color Transparencies" in The Journal of Imaging 
Technology 17: 107-114 (1991). 

. "Archiving: An Examination of Problems Regard- 
ing the Storage and Retrieval of Electronic Images" pre- 



Affiliated Organizations 
Reading Is Fundamental, Inc. 



RIF Newsletter. Published three times a year, the Newsletter re- 
ports on RIF activities nationwide. A technical assistance 
insert, addressing local projects' requests for information on 
how to motivate youngsters to read, is included in Newslet- 
ters sent to RIF projects. The Newsletter reaches 18,000 peo- 
ple throughout the United States and offshore tetritories. 

The RIF Guide to Encouraging Young Readers (Doubleday, 1987). 
A sourcebook of activities, children's book suggestions, and 
tesources for parents. 

Eight Million Times a Year. A brochure describing the RIF orga- 
nization, its goals, and its programs. 

"Parent Guide" Brochures. A series of 12 brochures on the topics 
"Choosing Good Books fot Your Children," "TV and Read- 
ing," "Reading Aloud to Your Children," "Upbeat and Off- 
beat Activities to Encourage Reading," "Teenagers and 
Reading," "Children Who Can Read, But Don't...," "En- 
couraging Soon-To-Be Readers," "Magazines and Family 
Reading," "Family Storytelling," "Building a Family Library," 
"Encouraging Young Writers," "Summertime Reading." 

Books to Grow On: A Parent's Guide to Encouraging Young Read- 
ers. A resource for parents of children from infancy to age 
eleven. 

The RIF Handbook: How to Run a Successful Reading Is Fundamen- 
tal Project. A technical assistance manual to help RIF volun- 
teers 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. 

/ Want You. A brochure to assist RIF projects in recruiting and 
training volunteers. 

Reading 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 fot chil- 
dren 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 annu- 
ally to all projects. 

When We Wen Young: Favorite Books of RIF Kids, RIF Volunteers, and 
Readers of Renown. Forty-page list of favorite children's books. In- 
cludes personal recommendations of some 80 public figures. 

Helping Your Children Become Rcaders/Como Ayudar a Que Sus 
Nines Sean Buenos Lectores. Available in English or Spanish, 
this reproducible, illustrated brochure features 10 reading 
tips in simple language. 



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Elaine L. Johnston 
Marsha S. Shaines 
Christine Steiner 
James I. Wilson 



Secretary 

Ruby Hamblen 



Appendix 6 

The Smithsonian Institution and 
Its Subsidiaries, September 30, 19 91 



Office of the 
Secretary 

The Secretary 

Robert McC. Adams 
Executive Assistant 

James M. Hobbins 
Special Assistant 

Kathy A. Boi 
Special Assistant for 
Appointments 

Mary Lee Nissley 
Supervisor, Secretary's Files 

Betty J. Russell 
Administrative Specialist 

Susan Bradley 



Office of the Under 
Secretary 



Under Secretary 

Carmen E. Turner 
Executive Assistant 

Anna B. Martin 



Office of the 
Inspector General 



Inspector General 

Thomas D. Blair 
Deputy Inspector General 

John C. Fawsett 
Assistant Inspector General for 
Audits 

Jerry L. Chandler 
Assistant Inspector General for 
Investigations 

Vacant 
Administrative Officer 

Mary Brough Emond 



Office of the 
General Counsel 



General Counsel 

Peter G. Powers 
Associate General Counsels 

George S. Robinson 

Alan D. Ullberg 
Assistant General Counsels 

Rachelle V. Browne 

Ildiko P. DeAngelis 

James D. Douglas 

Lauryn Gurtenplan Grant 



Research 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for Research 

Assistant Secretary for Research 

Robert S. Hoffmann 
Deputy Assistant Secretary for 
Research 

Ross B. Simons 
Executive Officer 

Rita R.Jordan 
Special Assistant 

Ruth O. Selig 
Administrative Officer 

Joan R. Zavala 
Research Assistant 

Chris Wozencraft 
Program Assistants 

Maria Ballantyne 

Suzanne Pender 
Secretaries 

Sandra K Blake 

Jameen Michelle 
Alexander 
Senior Scholar 

Wilton Dillon 

Joseph Henry Papers 
Project 

Editor 

Marc Rothenberg 
Assistant Editors 

Kathleen W Dorman 

John C. Rumm 

Paul H. Theerman 
Research Assistant 

Joel Hodson 

American Studies 
Program 

Director 

Wilcomb E. Washburn 



International 
Center 



Coordinator 

Francine C. Berkowitz 

Administrative! Liaison Officer 
Saundra A. Thomas 

Special Assistant for 

Afro-Caribbean Activities 
Vera H. Hyatt 

Office of 

International 

Relations 

Director 

Francine C. Berkowitz 
Deputy Director 

Brian W.J. LeMay 
International Liaison Officer 

Leonard P. Hirsch 
International Liaison Officer 

Judy Rodgers Johnson 
International Exchanges Officer 

Raymond W Seefeldt 

Office of Conference 
Services 

Director 

Cheryl B. Laberge 

Office of 

Environmental 

Awareness 

Director 

Judith A. Gradwohl 

Office of 

Quincentenary 

Programs 

Director 

Alicia M. Gonzalez 
Deputy Director 

Jewell S. Dulaney 



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Executive Officer 
Audrey M. Archer 

Research Assistant 
Dennis G. Medina 

Smithsonian 
Institution Man and 
the Biosphere 
Biological Diversity 
Program 

Director 

Francisco G. Dallmeier 



National 
Zoological Park 



Director 

Michael H. Robinson 
Registrar 

Judith Block 
Associate Director for Biological 
Programs 
Benjamin B. Beck 
Associate Director for Facilities 
and Administration 
Gretchen Gayle Ellsworth 
Associate Director for 
Conservation 
Christen M. Wemmer 

Animal Exhibit 
Departments 

Department of 
Mammalogy 

Curator 

Edwin Gould 
Associate Curator 

John Seidensticker 
Collection Managers 

Edward Bronikowski 

John Lehnhardt 

Lisa Stevens 

William Xanten 

Department of Herpetology 

Curator 

Dale Marcellini 



Collection Manager 
Michael Davenport 

Department of Ornithology 

Assistant Curator and Head 

Charles Pickert 
Collection Manager 

Paul Tomassoni 

Department of 
Invertebrates 

Curator 

Jaren Horsley 
Collection Manager 

Alan Peters 

NZP Commissary 

Manager 
Mary Allen 

Zoological Research 

Assistant Director for Research 

Devra G. Kleiman 
Deputy Head, Research 
Mamrnalogist 

Miles S. Roberts 
Scientific Staff 

DarylJ. Boness 

Robert Fleischer 

Eugene S. Morton 

Olav T. Oftedal 

{Catherine S. Ralls 
Population Manager 

Jonathan Ballou 
Research Associates 

Perry Barboza 

Kim C. Derrickson 

Wolfgang P. J. Dittus 

John M. Francis 

Theodore I. Grand 

Harry Power 

Alfred Rosenberger 

Bridget J. Stutchbury 

Richard Wagner 

Ian G. Warkentin 

Animal Health 

Assistant Director for Animal 
Health 
R. Mjtchell Bush 



Associate Veterinarian 

Scott Citino 
Head, Reproductive Physiology 
Program 

David E. Wildt 
Research Veterinarian 

Steve L. Monfort 
Reproductive Physiologist 

J mine L. Brown 

NOAHS Center 



Director 

Ruth Stolk 
Research Associates 

Mark Barone 

Ann Byers 

Robert Davis 

Ann M. Donoghue 

JoGayle Howard 

William F. Rail 

Mitch Schiewe 

Lisa Tell 

Sam Wasser 

Department of 
Pathology 

Pathologist-in-Cbarge 
Richard J. Montali 

Associate Pathologist 
Donald Nichols 

Research Associates 
Richard Alsaker 
Max J. G. Appel 
Chris Gardiner 
Kathryn Holmes 
John Pletcher 
John Strand berg 
Anton Steuer 
Bernard Zook 

Facilities and 
Administration 

Office of Facilities 
Management 

Assistant Director for 
Maintenance 
and Construction 
David Boothe 



Office of Management 
Services 

Head 

James E. Fitzpatrick 

Office of Police and 
Communications 

Head (Acting) 

George P. Day, Jr. 

Interpretive Services 

Associate Director for 

Interpretive Services 
(vacant) 

Office of Public Affairs 

Chief 

Robert J. Hoage 

Office of Education 

Chief 

Judith White 

Office of Design and 
Exhibits Planning 

Chief {Acting) 

Virginia A. Mahoney 

Department of 
Conservation 

Associate Director for 
Conservation 

Christen M. Wemmet 
Deputy Associate Director 

Scott Derrickson 
Research Coordinator 

John Rappole 
Conservation Officer 

Martha Fujita 
Collection Manager 

Larry Collins 
Fellows and Associates 

Lee Boyd 

Eric Dinnerstein 

Hemanta Mjshra 

George Schwede 



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Research Associates 
Peter August 
Joel Berger 
Hlar Muul 
J. L. David Smith 
Michael Stuwe 
Richard Watling 



Friends of the 
National Zoo 



Executive Director 
Clint Fields 

Deputy Director 
James Schroeder 



Office of 
Fellowships and 
Grants 



Director 

Robetta W. Rubinoff 
Assistant Director 

Elizabeth W. Veatch 
Administrative Officer 

Catherine F. Harris 
Academic Program Specialist 

Bruce W. Morrison 
Academic Program Specialist 

Sharon K. Nishizaki 
Program Assistant 

Marika Car ley 
Program Assistant 

Pamela Hudson 



Office of 

Interdisciplinary 

Studies 



Acting Director 
Ross Simons 

Program Specialists 
Carla M. Borden 
John W. Franklin 



Neil G. Kotler 
Assistant 

Taneesha V. Barnes 



Smithsonian 

Astrophysical 

Observatory 

Director 

Irwin Shapiro 

Associate Directors: 
Planning 

Bruce Gregory 
Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Kate Kirby 
High Energy Astrophysics 

Harvey Tananbaum 
Optical and Infrared Astronomy 

John P. Huchra 
Planetary Sciences 

Brian G. Marsden 
Radio and Ceoastronomy 

James M. Moran 
Solar and Stellar Physics 

John C. Raymond 
Theoretical A strophysics 

Alastair G.W. Cameron 

Administrative Department 

Heads: 
Central Engineering 

Richard B. Dias 
Contracts and Procurement 

George D. Dick 
Controller's Office 

Robert T. Ayer 
Library 

Donna Coletti (Acting) 
Human Resources 

Marion R. Aymie 
Publications 

James Cornell 

Scientific Staff 
Fred Adams 
Yakov Alpert 
Alice L. Argon 
Eugene H. Avrett 
James Babb 
Robert W. Babcock 
Sallie L Baliunas 
Etic E. Bloemhof 



Raymond Blundell 
Jay A. Bookbinder 
Gerald J. Bottrell 
Donato Bramanti 
Roger J. V. Brissenden 
Nelson Caldwell 
Nathaniel P. Carleton 
Frederic H. Chaffee 
Kelly V. Chance 
John F. Chandler 
Jon H. Chappell 
Allan F. Cook, II 
Andrew Cooksy 
Mario L Cosmo 
Luiz A.N. daCosta 
Alexander Dalgamo 
Thomas M. Dame 
Lawrence P. David 
James L Davis 
Robert J. Davis 
Seth Digel 
Marino Dobrowolny 
Andrea K. Dupree 
Martin S. Elvis 
Paul Eskridge 
Robert D. Estes 
Giuseppina Fabbiano 
Daniel G. Fabricant 
Emilio E. Falco 
Ron Farren 
Giovanni Fazio 
George B. Field 
Kathryn Flanagan 
Craig Foltz 

Christine Jones Forman 
William R. Forman 
Fred A. Franklin 
Marijn Franx 
Franco Fuligni 
Gary A. Fuller 
Michael R. Garcia 
Larry D. Gardner 
John C. Geary 
Margaret J. Geller 
Owen J. Gingerich 
Isabella M. Gioia 
Dalia Goldworth-Piran 
Leon Golub 
Daniel Gomez 
Paul Gorenstein 
Dale E. Graessle 
Mario D. Grossi 
Gordon E. Gullahorn 
Shadia R. Habbal 
F. Rick Harnden.Jr. 



Daniel E. Harris 

Lee Hartmann 

Akihiko Hashimoto 

Paul T.P. Ho 

Darrel Hoff 

John P. Hughes 

David Johnson 

Kenneth W. Jucks 

Kenneth Kalata 

Wolfgang Kalkofen 

Thomas Kane 

Margarita Karovska 

Edwin M. Kellogg 

Almus Kenter 

Scott Kenyon 

Eric Keto 

Dong-Woo Kim 

John L. Kohl 

Bon-Chul Koo 

Michael Kurtz 

Robert Kurucz 

Sylvain Korzennik 

Charles J. Lada 

Elizabeth A. Lada 

David W Latham 

Mark Lawrence 

Myron Lecar 
Stephen Lepp 

Martin Levine 

Robert Lewis 

Alan Lightman 
A. Edward Lilley 

Enrico Lorenzini 
Jane Luu 

Tommaso Maccacaro 
Ursula Marvin 
Colin Masson 
Edward Mattison 
Jeffrey E. McClintock 
Richard E. McCrosky 
Jonathan C. McDowell 
Gary J. Melnick 
Karl Menten 
Arun Misra 
Bijoy Misra 
Vadilal Modi 
Marc A. Murison 
Stephen S. Murray 
Philip C. Myers 
Tadashi Nakajima 
Peter Nisenson 
M. Charley Noecker 
Robert W Noyes 
Costas Papaliolios 
William H. Parkinson 



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Michael R. Pearlman 
Reynier Peletier 
James D. Phillips 
Philip Pinto 
William A. Podgorski 
Preethi Pratap 
Francis A. Primini 
Harrison Radford 
Michael Ratner 
Robert D. Reasenberg 
Mark J. Reid 
Robert Rosner 
Michael Rupen 
George B. Rybicki 
Steven H. Saar 
Bruce Sams 
Dimitar Sasselov 
Jonathan Schachter 
Rudolph Schild 
Matthew H. Schneps 
Daniel A. Schwartz 
Joseph Schwarz 
Frederick D. Seward 
Eric Silverberg 
Patrick O. Slane 
Jack W. Slowey 
Noam Soker 
Clive Standley 
John R. Stauffer 
Robert Stefanik 
ClifFord Stoll 
Andrew Szentgyorgyi 
Guogiang Tang 
Patrick Thaddeus 
Eric V. Tollestrup 
Edward Tong 
Wesley A. Traub 
Ginevra Trinchieri 
Wallace H. Tucker 
Giusseppe S. Vaiana 
Adriaan van Ballegooijen 
Leon P. Van Speybroeck 
Shoba Veerarghavan 
Robert F.C. Vessot 
George A. Victor 
Jan Vrtilek 
Saeqa Dil Vrtilek 
Terrence Walker 
Ronald Walsworth 
Trevor Weekes 
Steven Weinberg 
Heinz Weiser 
Fred L Whipple 
Barbara A. Whitney 
Charles A. Whitney 



Lawrence Widrow 
Belinda J. Wilkes 
Steven P. Willner 
George L. Withbroe 
Anna Wolter 
John A. Wood 
Diana M. Worrall 
Kouichi Yoshino 
Ping Zhao 
Martin Zombeck 



Smithsonian 
Environmental 
Research Center 



Director 

David L Correll 
Assistant Director 

Anson H. Hines 
Administrative Officer 

Helen M. Dalaski 
Facilities Manager 

Paul Tavel 
Education Specialist 

A. Mark Haddon 
Docent Coordinator 

Linda M. Chick 
Animal Ecologists 

Joseph Dineen 

Richard Everett 

Edwin Grosholz 

James F. Lynch 

Daniel Niven 

Kevin Peters 

Gregory M. Ruiz 

L. David Smith 

Nancy Staub 
Chemical Ecologist 

Panchabi Vaithiyanathan 

Richard Smucker 
Environmental Engineer 

Gary Peresta 

Peter Stone 
Ecologists 

Thomas E. Jordan 

Geoffrey G. Parker 
Microbial Ecologist 

D. Wayne Coats 

John R. Dolan 

Charles L. Gal legos 

Jacques White 



Modeler 

Donald E. Weller 

Plant Ecologists 
Martin Cipollini 
Lucia Dillenberg 
Shoichi Kawano 
Hanne Rasmussen 
Timothy Spira 
Lisa K. Wagner 
Zhigang Wang 
Dennis F. Whigham 
Jess Zimmerman 

Plant Physiologists 
Bert G. Drake 
Grace Ju 
Guy Thompson 



Smithsonian 
Institution Archives 



Director 

William W. Moss 
Associate Archivists 

Alan L. Bain 

William A. Deiss 

Diane L. Vogt-O'Connor 
Historian 

Pamela M. Henson 
Assistant Archivists 

William E. Cox 

Susan W. Glenn 

R. Shawn Johnstone 

James A. Steed 

Sloan Videohistory 
Program 

Program Manager 
Terri A. Shorzman 



Assistant Director 

Bonita D. Perry 
Assistant Director 

Nancy E. Gwinn 
Assistant Director 

Mary A. Rosenfeld 
Special Assistant to the Director 
and Publications Officer 

Nancy L. Matthews 

Planning and 

Administration 

Division 

Assistant Director and Division 
Head 

Mary Augusta Rosenfeld 
Administrative Officer 

Laudine L. Creighton 

Systems and 
Technical Services 
Division 

Deputy Director and Division 
Head 
Vija L. Karklins 

Systems Department 

Department Head 

Thomas Garnett 
Assistant Systems Administrator 

Marcia Adams 
Computer Equipment Analyst 

Mimi Scharf 



Automated Bibliographic 
Control Department 



Smithsonian 

Institution 

Libraries 



Director 

Barbara J. Smith 
Deputy Director 

Vija L Karklins 



Department Head 
Victoria Avera 



Catalogue Records 
Department 



Department Head 

Sheila Riley 
Catalog Records Librarian 

Thomas Baker 



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Original Cataloging 
and Indexing 
Department 

Department Head 

Helen Nordberg 
Librarian-Cataloguer 

Margaret A. Sealor 
Librarian-Cataloguer 

Margaret D'Ambrosio 
Librarian-Cataloguer 

Vacancy 
Special Collations Cataloguer 

Vacancy 

Research Services 
Division 

Assistant Director and Division 
Head 
Bonita D. Perry 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 
Branch 



Branch Librarian 
Stephen Van Dyk 

Center for Astrophysics 
Branch 

Branch Librarian (Acting) 
Donna Coletti 

Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Vielka Chang-Yau 

Central Research Services 
Department 

Central Reference and 
Loan Services 

Department Head and Branch 
Librarian 

Martin A. Smith 
Reference Librarian 

Nancy Seeget 
Reference Librarian 

Catherine D. Scott 



Circulation and Loan Librarian 
Patricia Lasker 

Museum Reference Center 

Branch Librarian 
Sylvia Churgin 

Museum Support Center 
Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Kimberly B. Kelley 

Reference Librarian 
Angela N. Haggins 

History, Technology, 
and Art Department 

National Museum of 
American History Branch 

Department Head and Branch 
Librarian 

Rhoda S. Ratner 
Reference Librarian 

Bridget Mathews 
Reference Librarian 

James Roan 
Anacostia Librarian 

Timothy Carr 

National Museum of 
African Art Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Janet L Stanley 

National Air and Space 
Museum Branch 

Branch Librarian 

David M. Spencer 
Reference Librarian 

Amy E. Levin 
Reference Librarian 

Vacancy 
Technical Information Specialist 

Philip D. Edwards 

Horticulture Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Susan R. Gurney 



Reference Librarian 
Marca Woodhams 

Natural and Physical 
Sciences Department 

National Museum of 
Natural History Branch 

Department Head and Branch 
Librarian 

Ann Juneau 
Reference Librarian 

Robert J. Skarr 
Reference Librarian 

David T. Steere, Jr. 
Reference Librarian 

E. Gilbert Taylor 

Anthropology Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Mary Kay Davies 

Botany Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Ruth F. Schallert 

National Zoological 
Park Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Kay A. Ken yon 

Smithsonian 
Environmental Research 
Center Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Angela N. Haggins 

Collections 
Management Division 

Assistant Director and Division 
Head 
Nancy E. Gwinn 

Acquisitions Services 
Department 

Department Head 
Pauline T. Lesnik 



Assistant Librarian 
Lucien R. Rossignol 

Special Collections 
Department 

Dibner Library Branch 

Department Head, Branch 
Librarian, and 
Exhibitions Officer 
Ellen B. Wells 
Reference Librarian 
Leslie Overstreet 



Book Conservation 
Laboratory 

Conservator 

John H. Hyltoft 

Preservation Services 
Department 

Department Head 
Susan F. Blaine 

Research Associates 

Silvio A. Bedini 
Jean Chandler Smith 



Smithsonian 
Tropical Research 
Institute 



Director 

Ira Rubinoff 
Deputy Director 

Anthony Coates 
Assistant Director for 
International and 
External Affairs 
Elena Lombardo 
Assistant Director for Marine 
Research 
John H. Christy 
Assistant Director for 

Terrestrial Research 
Alan P. Smith 



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Conservation Resources Manager 

Gilberto Ocana 
Executive Officer 

Leonor Motta 



Accounting Office 

Accounting Officer 
Carlos Urbina 



Budget Office 

Budget Analyst 
Leopoldo Leon 



Human Resources 
Office 

Personnel Management Specialist 
Carmen Sucre 

Procurement Office 

Procurement Specialist 
Mercedes Arroyo 

Office of 
Development 

Development Officer 

Edgardo Maravi 
Scientific Liason 

George Angehr 
Washington Office Coordinator 

Mary Ann Lindren 

Office of Education 
and Conservation 

Information Specialist 
Georgina de Alba 

Office of Facilities 
Management 

Facilities Manager 
Carlos Tejada 

Protocol Office 

Protocol Officer 

Monica Alvarado 



Visitor Services Office 

Visitor Services Manager 
Gloria Maggiori 



Scientific Staff 

Senior Scientist 

Martin H. Moynihan 

A. Stanley Rand 
Staff Scientists 

Eldredge Bermingham 

Richard G. Cooke 

Paul Colinvaux 

Mireya Correa 

William G. Eberhard 

Robin Foster 

Jeremy B.C. Jackson 

Nancy Knowlton 

Egbert G. Leigh, Jr. 

Harilaos Lessios 

Olga F. Linares 

Dolores Piperno 

D. Ross Robertson 

David W. Roubik 

Noris Salazar Allen 

Neal G. Smith 

Nicholas Smythe 

Mary Jane West-Eberhard 

Donald M. Windsor 

Hindrik Wolda 

S. Joseph Wright 
Coordinator of Center for 
Tropical Forest Science 

Peter Ashton 

Richard Condit 

Llewellya Hillis 

Stephen Hubbell 

James LaFrankie 
Associate Staff Scientist 

Eric Fischer 

Robert Stallard 

Melvin Tyree 
Oil Spill Project Scientist 

John Cubit 

Norman Duke 

Hector Guzman 

Brian Keller 
Research Associate 

Annette Aiello 

Robin Andrews 

Carlos Arellano Lennox 

Tomas Arias 

Gordon M. Burghardt 

Luis D'Croz 

Philip DeVries 



Stanley Heckadon 
Anthony Ranere 
Myra Shulman 
Henry Stock well 



Museums 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for Museums 

Assistant Secretary for Museums 

Tom L. Freudenheim 
Deputy Assistant Secretary for 
Museums 

Claudine K. Brown 
Program Manager 

Beverly Lang Pierce 
Program Manager 

Barbara K. Schneider 
Program Analyst 

Patricia DuVall Bonds 
Program Analyst 

Thomas J. Peyton 
Director, Experimental Gallery 

Kimberly Camp 
Smithsonian Institution 

Accessibility Coordinator 

Janice Majewski 
Special Assistant 

Jane Glaser 

African American 
Institutional Study 

Project Director 

Claudine K. Brown 
Program Analyst 

Karen Harmon 



Supervisor Exhibit Specialists 

James Mayo 
Supervisor Education 

Zora Felton 
Historian 

Portia James 
Registrar 

Jennifer Kilman 
Ubrarian 

Timothy Carr 



Archives of 
American Art 



Director 

Richard J. Wattenmaker 
Deputy Director 

Susan Hamilton 
Assistant Director for Archival 
Programs 

James B. Byers 
Curator Emeritus and Journal 
Editor 

Garnett McCoy 
Curator of Manuscripts 

Arthur J. Breton 
Research Services Chief 

Judith E. Throm 
Southeast Regional Collector 

Elizabeth S. Kirwin 
Membership Manager 

Nancy Palubniak 
New York Regional Director 

Stephen Polcari 
New England Regional Director 

Robert F. Brown 
Midwest Regional Program 
Director 

Judith A. Gustafson 
West Coast Regional Director 

Paul J. Karlstrom 



Anacostia 
Museum 



Director 

Steven C. Newsome 
Senior Designer 

Sharon Reinckens 



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Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery/Freer 
Gallery of Art 

Office of the Director 

Director 

Milo C. Beach 
Executive Assistant to the 
Director 
Toni C. Lake 
Head, Public Affairs 
Department 
Susan Bliss 

Administration 
Division 

Assistant Director 

Sarah Newmeyer 
Special Events Coordinator 

Patricia Bragdon 
Development Officer 

Laurel Muro 
Head, Photography Department 

John Tsantes 
Director, Freerl Sackler Shops 

Rosaria Guaragna 

Public Programs 
Division 

Assistant Director, Exhibitions 
and Facilities 

Patrick Sears 
Head, Design and Installation 

John Zelenik 
Head, Education Department 

Lucia Pierce 
Head, Facilities Department 

Robert Evans 

Research and 
Collections Division 

Historian 

Esin Atil 
Head, Conservation and 
Scientific Research 
Department 
Thomas Chase 
Curator, Chinese Art 
Fu Shen 



Associate Curator, Ancient 
Chinese Art 

Jenny So 
Associate Curator, Japanese Art 

Ann Yonemura 
Associate Curator, American Art 

Linda Merrill 
Assistant Curator, South and 
Southeast Asian Art 

Carol Bolon 
Assistant Curator, A ncient 
Near Eastern Art 

Ann Gunter 
Assistant Curator, Ceramics 

Louise Cort 
Assistant Curator, Traditional 
Chinese Art 

Jan Stuart 
Senior Researcher 

Thomas La w ton 
Head, Library 

Lily Kecskes 
Head, Publications Department 

Karen Sagstetter 
Registrar, Freer Gallery 

Eleanor RaddirTe 
Registrar, Sackler Gallery 

Bruce Young 



Conservation 

Analytical 

Laboratory 

Director 

Lamberrus van Zelst 
Deputy Director 

Alan W. Postlethwaite 
Administrative Officer 

Vernerta M. Williams 
Deputy Administrative Officer 

Beverly M. Smith 

Archaeometry 

Assistant Director for 
Archaeometry 
Jacqueline S. Olin 
SARCAR Manager & Senior 
Research Archaeologist 
Ronald L Bishop 
Research Art Historian 
Ingrid C. Alexander 



Senior Research Chemist 

M.James Blackman 
Senior Research Physicist 

Yu-Tarng Cheng 
Metallurgist 

Martha E. Good way 
Chemist 

Emile C. Joel 
Senior Ceramic Scientist 

Pamela B. Vandiver 

Conservation 
Research 

Assistant Director for 

Conservation Research 

Marion F. Mecklenburg 
Head, Analytical Services 

Charles S. Tumosa 
Electron Micrascopisl 

Melanie T. Feather 
Senior Research Organic Chemist 

David W. von Endt 
Senior Research Organic Chemist 

W David Erhardt 
Research Organic Chemist 

Mary T. Baker 
Organic Chemist 

Walter H. Hopwood 
Senior Research Photographic 
Scientist 

Mark H. McCormick- 
Goodhart 
Research Biochemist 

Noreen C. Tuross 

Conservation 
Treatment and 
Training 

Senior Furniture Conservator 

Donald C Williams 
Furniture Conservator 

MelvinJ. Wachoviak 
Senior Objects Conservator 

Carol A. Grissom 
Objects Conservator 

Harriet F. Beaubien 
Senior Painting Conservator 

Roland H. Cunningham 
Painting Conservator 

Jia-Sun Tsang 
Senior Paper Conservator 

Dianne van der Reyden 



Senior Paper Conservator 
Timothy J. Vitale 

Senior Textile Conservator 
Mary W. Ballard 

Coordinator of Education & 
Training 
Eleanor McMillan 



Information 

Senior Technical Information 
Specialist 

Marjorie W Cleveland 
Technical Information Specialist 

Ann B. Johnson 
Technical Information Specialist 

Gail L. Goriesky 
Conservator 

Mary Lou Garbin 



Cooper-Hewitt, 
National Museum 
of Design 



Director 

Dianne H. Pilgrim 
Assistant Director for 
Administration 

Linda Dunne 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Caroline Mortimer 
Program Specialist 

Nerissa Tackett 
Computer Specialist 

Jay Vanatta 
Business Office Manager 

Belynda Roebuck 
Membership & Special Events 
Manager 

Michele Raphoon 
Museum Shop Manager 

Matt Hahn 
Operations Manager 

Barry Johnson 
Public Information 

Arthur Lindo 
Regittrar 

Cordelia Rose 
Security 

Luis Palau 



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Curatorial 

Curator of Decorative Arts 

David McFadden 
Assistant Curator of Decorative 
Arts 

Deborah Shinn 
Curator of Drawings and Prints 

Marilyn Symmes 
Assistant Curator of Drawings 
and Prints 

Gail Davidson 
Paper Conservator 

Konstanze Bachmann 
Curator of Textiles 

Milton Sonday 
Assistant Curator of Textiles 

Gillian Moss 
Textiles Conservator 

Lucy Commoner 
Assistant Curator of 
Wallcoverings 

Joanne Warner 

Exhibitions 

Curator of Exhibitions 

Dorothy Globus 
Exhibition Researcher 

Lucy Fellowes 

Editorial 

Editor 

Nancy Aakre 

Library 

Librarian 

Stephen Van Dyk 

Education 

Head of Education 
Susan Yelavich 

Photo Services 

David Black 



Hirshhorn Museum 
and Sculpture 
Garden 



Director 

James T. Demetrion 
Deputy Director 

Stephen E. Weil 
Assistant Director 

Nancy F. Kirkpatrick 
Chief Curator 

Ned Rifkin, resigned, 
July i, 1991 
Curators 

Amada Cruz 

Valerie J. Fletcher 

Frank B. Gertings 

Phyllis D. Rosenzweig 

Judith K. Zilczer 
Publications Manager 

Barbara J. Bradley 
Librarian 

Anna Brooke 
Chief Conservator 

Laurence Hoffman 
Conservators 

Leland Aks 

A. Clarke Bedford 

Susan Lake 
Registrar 

Douglas Robinson 
Chief, Exhibits and Design 

Edward Schiesser 
Chief, Education 

Edward Lawson 
Public Information Officer 

Sidney Lawrence 
Photographer 

M. Lee Stalsworth 
Building Manager 

Frank Underwood 



Institutional 
Studies Office 

Director 

Zahava D. Doering 
Senior Social Science A nalyst 

Robert D. Manning 



Social Science Analyst 
Elizabeth K. Ziebarth 

Survey Operations Specialist 
Thalassa W. Skinner 

Social Science Technician 
Ann Ziebarth 



National Air and 
Space Museum 



Director 

Martin Harwit 
Associate Director 

Wendy Stephens 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Steven L. Soter 



Department of 
Aeronautics 

Chairman 

Tom Crouch 
Deputy Chairman 

Dominick A. Pisano 
Curators 

Dorothy Cochrane 

R.E.G. Davies 

Von D. Hardesty 

Peter Jakab 

Richard Leyes 

Frank van der Linden 

Howard Wolko 
Emeritus, Historian 

Paul E. Garber 
Assistant Emeritus, Historian 

E.T. Wooldridge 

Center for Earth and 
Planetary Studies 

Acting Chairman 

Thomas G. Waiters 

Geologists 

Robert A. Craddock 
Patricia Jacobberger 
Ted Maxwell 
Michael J. Tuttle 
James R. Zimbelman 

Program Manager 
Priscilla L. Strain 



Development Office 

Assistant Director 

John M. Carlin 
Development Officer 

Susan Beaudette 



Special Events Division 

Special Events Coordinators 
Bridget McMinn 
Darlen Rose-Barge 
Kathy Spraggins 

Department of Space 
History 

Chairman 

Gregg Herken 
Curators 

Paul E. Ceruzzi 

Derek Elliott 

David DeVorkin 

Cathleen S. Lewis 

Allan A. Needell 

Frank Winter 
Historian 

Robert W Smith 

Laboratory for 
Astrophysics 

Chairman 

Howard A. Smith 

Astrophysicists 

Jeffrey J. Goldstein 
Matthew Greenhouse 

Department of 
Interpretive Programs 

Assistant Director 
James H. Sharp 

Cooperative Programs 
Division 

Manager, Coopertive Programs 
Helen C. McMahon 

Education Division 

Special Assistant 
Ellen Sprouls 



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Minority Outreach 
Division 



Special Assistant 

M. Antoinette Amos 



Planetarium 

Chairman 

James H. Sharp 

Department of Art 

Chairperson 

Mary S. Henderson 

Office of 
Communications 

Acting Chairperson 
Patricia Graboske 

Office of Publications 
Patricia J. Graboske 

Department of 

Collections 

Management 

Assistant Director 
Linda N. Ezell 

Archives Division 

Supervisor A rchivist 
Thomas Soapes 

Collections Maintenance 
Division 

Supervisory Museum Specialist 
Alfred J. Bachmeier 

Conservation Labratory 

Conservationist 
Ed McManus 



Preservation and 
Restoration Division 

Supervisory Museum Specialist 
Richard D. Horigan 

Facilities Maintenance 
Division 

Facilities Management Specialist 
Cleo Williams 

Office of the Registrar 

Acting Registrar 
Linda N. Ezell 

Department of 
Administration 

Administrative Officer 

Alice M. Adams 
Administrative Specialist 

Theresa A. Cecil 
Budget Analyst 

Samuel Dargan 

Department of 
Exhibits 

Assistant Director 

Nadya A. Makovenyi 

Audiovisual Unit 

Supervisory Electronic Technician 
David N. Heck 

Production Unit 

Supervisory Exhibits Specialist 
Derek P. Fiedler 

Department of 
Museum Operations 

Assistant Director 

Ronald Wagaman 
Deputy Assistant Director 

Vacant 
Special Assistant for Plans and 
Programs 

Claude D. Russell 



Department of Building 
Managment 

Museum Facilities Manager 
Ida Cleckley 



Computer Services 
Division 



Manager, Computer Services 
Alfred T. Kincaid 



Samuel P. Langely Theater 

Acting Theater and 

Planetarium Operations 
Manager 
James Hyder 



National Museum 
of African Art 

Director 

Sylvia H. Williams 
Associate Director for 

Collections and Research 

Roy Sieber 
Assistant Director 

Patricia L. Fiske 
Chief Curator 

Philip L Ravenhill 
Curators 

Lydia Puccinelli 

Roslyn A. Walker 
Public Affairs Officer 

Janice L. Kaplan 
Curator of Education 

Edward Lifschitz 
Chief, Exhibits Department 

Alan Knezevich 
Registrar 

Grace Eleazer 
Conservator 

Stephen Mellor 
Curator of A rchives 

Christraud M. Geary 
Librarian 

Janet Stanley 
Writer/Editor 

Dean Trackman 



Founding Director Emeritus 
and Senior Scholar 
Warren Robbins 



National Museum 
of American Art 



Director 

Elizabeth Broun 
Deputy Director 

Charles Robertson 
Development Officer 

Florence Miller 
Chief Curator 

Virginia M. Mecklenburg 
Conservator 

Fern L. Bleckner 
Conservator 

Ann M. Creager 
Curator 

Janet L Flint 
Curator 

Merry A. Foresta 
Conservator 

Helen B. Ingalls 
Conservator 

Catherine I. Maynor 
Curator 

Joann G. Moser 
Curator 

Richard N. Murray 
Curator 

Harry Z. Rand 
Conservator 

Quentin R. Rankin, Jr. 
Senior Conservator 

Stefano Scafetta 
Curator 

William H. Truettnet 
Curalor-in-Charge, Renwick 
Gallery 

Michael Monroe 
Public Programs Coordinator 

Allen B. Bassing 
Acting Chief, Research and 
Scholars Center 

Rachel M. Allen 
Intern Program Officer 

Patricia H. ChiefTo 
Research Curator 

Lois M. Fink 



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Acting Chief, Educational 
Programs 

Nora M. Panzer 
Assistant Public Programs 
Coordinator 

N. Faye Powe 
Registrar 

Melissa L. Kroning 
Associate Registrar 

Abigail Terrones 
Assistant Registrar 

Michael Smallwood 
Exhibitions Coordinator 

Kathleen McCleery 
Chief, Office of Design and 
Production 

Val E. Lewton 
Designer 

Claire Latkin 
Administrative Officer 

Maureen Damaska 
Administrative Assistant 

James R. Gaglione 
Chief, Office of External Affairs 

W Robert Johnston 
Special Events Assistant 

Barbara M. Cox 
Public Affairs Officer 

vacant 
Chief, Office of Publications 

Steve Dietz 
Editor 

Richard E. Carter 
Senior Editor 

Lisa C. Siegrist 
Senior Editor 

Terence P. Winch 



National Museum 
of American 
History 

Office of the Director 

Director 

Roger G. Kennedy 
Deputy Director 

Douglas E. Evelyn 
Associate Director 

Ronald E. Becker 



Assistant Director for 
Administration 

Elizabeth E. Greene 
Administrative Specialist 

Francis D. Roche 
Budget Analyst 

Sandra G. Dunnigan 
Special Assistants 

Naomi Glass 

James D. Whoolery 

Office of External 
Affairs 

Director 

Marilyn Lyons 
Public Affairs 

Susan Foster 
Special Events 

Elizabeth Little 

Anne Spivak 

National 

Numismatic 

Collection 

Executive Director 

Elvira Clam-Scefanelli 
Deputy Executive Director 

Cory C. Gillilland 
Curator 

Richard Dory 

National Philatelic 
Collection and 
National Postal 
Museum 

Executive Director 
Herbert R. Collins 

Acting Director, National 
Postal Museum 
James H. Bruns 

Afro-American 
Communities Project 

Director 

James O. Horton 

Archives Center 

Chief Archivist 
John Fleckner 



Deputy Archivist 

Robert Harding 
Archivists 

Craig Orr 

Barbara Humphrys 

David Haberstich 

Marilyn Graskowiak 

Reuben Jackson 

Deborah A. Richardson 
Historian 

Fath Davis Ruffins 

Office of Building 
Management 

Building Manager 

Richard A. Day 
Assistant Building Manager 

William Prebble 

Computer Services 
Center 

Chief 

Dennis S. Dickinson 

Department of 
Conservation 

Head Conservator 

J. Scon Odell 
Conservators 

Martin Burke 

Antoinette Dwan 

Lynne Gilliland 

Nikki Horton 

Carolyn M. Long 

Ingrid A. Neumann 

Beth Richwine 

Suzanne 

Thomassen-Krauss 

Paulette Willman 

Department of 
Exhibits 

Assistant Director for Exhibits 
and Public Spaces 
J. Michael Carrigan 
Deputy Assistant Director for 
Exhibits and Public Spaces 
Richard J. Nicastro 
Chief, Design Division 
Dru Colbert 



Chief, Exhibits Production 

Robert H. Norton 
Chief, Historic Restoration 

Terrence K. Conable 
Chief, Cabinet Shop 

John Ondish 
Chief, Graphics Production 

Ralph D. Logan 
Chief, Audio-Visual Section 

William T. Tearman 

Department of Public 
Programs 

Assistant Director for Public 
Programs 
Lonn Taylor 
Deputy Assistant Director for 
Public Programs 
Elizabeth Sharpe 
Deputy Assistant Director for 
Public Programs 
Harold Closter 
Director, Program in African 
American History 
Gwendolyn Robinson 
Director, Division of Museum 
Programs 
Dwight Blocker Bowers 
Director, Publications Division 

Robert D. Selim 
Coordinator, Columbus 

Quincentenary Program 
Lisa Falk 
Intern Program Coordinator 
Mary Dyer 

Office of the Registrar 

Assistant Director for 

Collections Management 
Martha Morris 
Deputy Registrar 

Katherine P. Spiess 
Assistant Registrar for Central 
Catalog 
Thomas Bower 
Assistant Registrar for 
Collection Records 
Jeanne Benas 
Assistant Registrar for Offsite 
Storage 
Patrick Ladden 
Assistant Registrar for Objects 
Processing 
Catherine Perge 



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Office of Academic 


Division of Electricity and 


Afro-American Index 


Division of Photographic 


Programs 


Modern Physics 


Project 


History 


Director 


Curators 


Program Specialist 


Curator 


Gary Kulik 


Bernard Finn 
Paul Forman 


Vacant 


Eugene Ostroff 


Department of the 
History of Science 


Division of Engineering 
and Industry 


Division of Ceramics and 
Glass 


Division of Political 
History 


and Technology 




Curators 


Chairman 


Curators 


Curator 


William L Bird 


Arthur P. Molella 


Garlene E. Stephens 


Susan H. Myers 


Edith P. Mayo 


Collations Manager 


Steve Lubar 




Keith E. Melder 


Ray A. Hurt 


Jeffrey Stine 


Division of Community 


Curator Emeritus 






Life 


Margaret B. Klapthor 


American Indian Program 


Division of Medical 








Sciences 


Curators 


Division of Textiles 


Director 




Richard E. Ahlborn 




Rayna Green 


Curators 


Lonnie Bunch 


Curator 




Audrey B. Davis 


Charles McGovern 


Rita J. Adrosko 




Ramunas A. Kondratas 


Marvette Perez 




Division of Agriculture 








and Natural Resources 


Division of Physical 


Bernice Johnson Reagon 




Curators 


Sciences 


Division of Costume 


National Museum 


Pete Daniel 


Curator 




of the American 


G. Terry Sharrer 


Deborah J. Warner 


Curator 

Claudia B. Kidwell 


Indian 


Division of Armed Forces 


Division of Transportation 


Curator Emeritus 




History 


Anne W Murray 


Washington, D.C. 




Curators 




Director 


Curators 


William L Wuhuhn 


Division of Domestic Life 


W.Richard West, Jr. 


Edward C. Ezell 


Paul Johnston 




Acting Deputy Director 


Donald E. Kloster 


Curator Emeritus 


Curators 


Jean M. Salan 


Harold D. Lang ley 


John H. White 


Anne C. Golovin 


Acting Assistant Director for 


Historian 




Rodris C. Roth 


Program Planning 


James Hutchins 


Senior Historian's Office 


Barbara C. Smith 


James Volkert 


Curator Emeritus 




Congressional Liaison 


Philip Lundeberg 






Pablita Abeyta 




Senior Historian 


Division of Graphic Arts 






Nathan Reingold 






Division of Biological 






New York City 


Sciences 




Curators 






Technology and Culture 


Elizabeth M. Harris 


Assistant Director 


Curators 




Helena C. Wright 


Duane King 


Patricia Gossel 


Editor 




Exhibitions 




Robert Post 




Peter Brill 


Linda Tucker 




Division of Musical 


Film & Video 


Division of Computers, 
Information, and Society 


Department of Social 
and Cultural History 


History 

Curators 


Elizabeth Weatherford 
Education 

Judy Brundin 




Chairman 


John T. Fesperman 


Resource Center 


Curators 


Spencer Crew 


John E. Hasse 


Martha de Montano 


David Allison 


Collections Manager 


Cynthia A. Hoover 


Associate Curator 


Jon B. Eklund 


Barbara J. Coffee 


James Weaver 


Mary Jane Lenz 



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Conservator 

Marian Kaminitz 
Photo A rchivist 

Sharon Dean 
Registrar 

Lee Callander 
Administrative Officer 

Tamara Levine 



National Museum 
of Natural History 



Director 

Frank H. Talbot 
Deputy Director 

Stanwyn G. Shetler 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Margaret P. Anderson 
Special Assistant to the Deputy 
Director 

Dianne Niedner 
Writer-Editor 

Laura Kennedy 
Associate Director for 
Administration 

Mary R. Tanner 
Administrative Specialists 

Daruelle Bielenstein 

Les Cauthern 

Nella F. Lloyd 
Associate Director for Science 

Daniel E. Appleman 
Associate Director for Public 
Programs 

Robert D. Sullivan 
Associate Director for Special 
Projects 

Catherine J. Kerby 
Associate Director for 
Development 

T. C. Benson 
Development Officer 

Anne Parks 
Public Information Officer 

Thomas R. Harney 
Public Affairs Specialist 

Pamela Baker 
Special Events Coordinators 

Judith Cash 

Diana K. Wyatt 



Project Director, Neotropical 
Biodiversity Program 
Don E. Wilson 
Project Director, Biological 
Dynamics of Forest 
Fragments 
Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr. 
Assistant Director for Collections 

Janet Gomon 
Acting Registrar 

Margaret Green 
Assistant Director for 

Automatic Data Programs 
T. Gary Gautier 
Assistant Director for Education 

Laura L McKie 
Assistant Director for Exhibits 

Laurence P. O'Reilly 
Physical Plant Administrator 

Jerome A. Conlon 
Director, NMNH 

Quincentenary Program 
Herman J. Viola 
Museum Facilities Manager 

Edward McCoy 
Supervisory Museum Specialist, 
Scanning Electron 
Microscope Laboratory 
Walter Brown 

Department of 
Anthropology 

Chairman 

Donald J. Ortner 
Deputy Chairman 

Melinda A. Zeder 
Administrative Specialist 

Carole Lee Kin 
Public Information Specialist 

P. Ann Kaupp 

Collections Management 

Collections Manager (Acting) 
James J. Krakker 

Handbook of North 
American Indians 

Managing Editor 

Karla Billups 
Production Manager 

Diane Delia-Loggia 



Bibliographer 

Lorraine H. Jacoby 
Linguist 

R. H. Ives Goddard, III 

Human Studies 
Film Archives 

Division Head 

Wendy Shay 
A rchivists 

Jake Homiak 

Pamela Wintle 

National Anthropological 
Archives 

Director 

Mary Elizabeth Ruwell 
Archivists 

Kathleen Baxter 

Paula R. Heming 

James R. Glenn 

Ethnology Division 

Division Head 

Mary Jo Arnold i 
Curators 

William Crocker 

Ives Goddard 

Adrienne Kaeppler 

Ivan Karp 

Robert Laughlin 

William Merrill 

William C. Sturtevant 

Paul M. Taylor 

Native American 
Indian Program 

Director 

JoAllyn Archambault 

Archaeology Division 

Division Head 

Dennis J. Stanford 
Curators 

William W. Fitzhugh 

J. Daniel Rogers 

Theresa Singleton 

Bruce D. Smith 

William Trousdale 



Gus W. VanBeek 
Arctic Program 

Director 

William W. Firzhugh 
A rchaeologist 

Stephen R. Loring 

Physical Anthropology 
Division 

Division Head 

Douglas H. Ubelaker 

Curators 

Donald J. Ortner 
Douglas Owsley 
Richard B. Potts 

Department of 
Botany 

Chairman 

Laurence E. Skog 
Administrative Specialist 

Linda M. Moreland 
Associate Curator 

Pedro Acevedo 
Associate Curator 

Robert B. Faden 
Associate Curator 

Maria A. Faust 
Curator 

Vicki A. Funk 
Associate Curator 

W John Kress 
Curator 

David B. Lellinger 
Senior Botanist 

Mark M. Littler 
Curator 

Dan H. Nicolson 
Curator 

James N. Norris 
Curator 

Joan W. Nowicke 
Associate Curator 

Paul M. Peterson 
Curator 

Harold E. Robinson 
Curator 

Stanwyn G. Shetler 
Curator 

Laurence E. Skog 



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Curator 

Warren L. Wagner 
Curator 

Dieter C. Wasshausen 
Associate Curator 

Elizabeth Zimmer 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 

Mones Abu-Asab 

Katina Bucher 

Loren Coen 

Jose Cuatrecasas 

Wade Davis 

Christian Feuillet 

Raymond Fosberg 

Suzanne Fredericq 

Aaron Goldberg 

Charles Gunn 

Otto Huber 

Joseph Kirkbride 

Elbert Little 

Diane Littler 

Ximena Londono 

Alicia Lourteig 

Susan Mazer 

Larry Morse 

Yun-Sil Park 

John Pipoly 

Thompson Pizzolato 

Muriel Poston 

Robert Read 

Amy Rossman 

Velva Rudd 

Edward Salgado 

Edith Scott 

Richard Spjut 

William Stern 

Phillip Taylor 

Anna Weitzman 

John Wurdack 

Department of 
Entomology 

Chairman 

Ronald J. McGinley 

Collections Manager 

Gary F. Hevel 
Senior Scientist 

Karl V. Krombein 
Curators 

John M. Burns 

Jonathan A. Coddington 



Don R. Davis 
Terry L. Erwin 
OliverS. Flint, Jr. 
Richard C. Froeschner 
Wayne N. Mathis 
Robert K. Robbins 
Paul J. Spangler 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 
Joachim Adis 
David H. Ahrenholz 
Annette Aiello 
Donald W Anderson 
Edward W Baker 
William E. Bickley 
Harley P. Brown 
Robert W Carlson 
Margaret S. Collins 
Terhune S. Dickel 
Lance Durden 
Robert L. Edwards 
Neal F. Evenhuis 
John H. Fales 
Candida Feller 
Douglas C. Ferguson 
Richard H. Foote 
Amnon Freidberg 
T. P. Friedlander 
Raymond J. Gagne 
Patricia Gentili-Poole 
Robert D. Gordon 
E. Eric Grissell 
Ralph E. Harbach 
Bruce A. Harrison 
Thomas J . Henry 
Ronald W Hodges 
Yiau-Min Huang 
James E. Keirans 
John M. Kingsolver 
Paul M. Marsh 
Arnold S. Menke 
Douglass R. Miller 
Scott E. Miller 
Steve Nakahara 
David F. Nickle 
Allen L Norrbom 
Paul A. Opler 
James Pakaluk 
David Pearson 
Philip Perkins 
Robert V. Peterson 
Dan A. Polhemus 
John T Polhemus 
Robert W Poole 



John F. Reinert 
Mary L Ripley 
Mark J. Rothschild 
Louise M. Russell 
Curtis W Sabrosky 
Silvia Santiago 
Michael E. SchaufT 
Petra Sierwald 
Robert L. Smiley 
David R. Smith 
M. Alma Solis 
Theodore J. Spilman 
Charles Staines 
George C. Steyskal 
Manya B. Stoetzel 
F. Christian Thompson 
John E. Tobin 
Robert Traub 
Katsuji Tsuneki 
Natalia Vandenberg 
Ronald A. Ward 
Richard E. White 
Willis W Wirth 
Norman E. Wood ley 
David Wooldridge 
Frank N. Young 

Department of 
Invertebrate Zoology 

Chairman 

Brian Kensley 
Administrative Assistant 

Martha V. Joynt 
Collections Manager 

Patricia L. Nutter 
Purchasing Agent 

Roland H. Brown 
Emeritus Zoologists 

Thomas E. Bowman 

Fenner A. Chace, Jr. 

Sing Chen Chang 

Roger F. Cressey 

Horton H. Hobbs, Jr. 

Meredith L.Jones 

Marian H. Pettibone 

Harald A. Rehder 

Crustacea 

Curators 

J. Laurens Barnard 

(deceased 8/91) 
Thomas E. Bowman 
(retired 5/91) 



Roger F. Cressey (retired 

10/90) 
C.W. Hart, Jr. 
Robert P. Higgins 
Brian Kensley 
Louis S. Kornicker 
Raymond B. Manning 

Echinoderms and Lower 
Invertebrates 

Curators 

Frederick M. Bayer 
Stephen D. Cairns 
David L. Pawson 
Klaus Ruetzler 

Mollusks 

Curators 

M. G. Harasewych 
Robert Hershler 
Richard S. Houbrick 
Clyde F. E. Roper 

Worms 

Curators 

Kristian Fauchald 
W. Duane Hope 
Mary E. Rice 

Registry of Tumors in 
Lower Animals 

Director 

John Harsh barger 
Biological Research Technician 

Norman Wolcott 
Biological Lab Technician 

Kathy Price 
Research Assistant 

Marilyn Slatick 
Museum Specialist 

Phyllis Spero 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 

J. Bruce Bredin 

Steven Chambers 

Elizabeth Chotnesky 

Maureen E. Downey 

Joan D. Ferraris 

Stephen J. Gardiner 



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Terrence M. Gosliner 
John Holsinger 
Lipke B. Holthuis 
J. Ralph Lichtenfels 
Patsy McLaughlin 
Charles G. Messing 
John E. Miller 
Isabel Perez-Earfante 

(Canet) 
Esther C. Peters 
Richard E. Petit 
Anthony J. Provenzano, Jr. 
Janet W. Reid 
I.G. Sohn 
Ronald B. Toll 
Michael Vecchione 
Geethart J. Vermeij 
Austin B. Williams 
David K. Young 

Department of 
Mineral Sciences 

Chairman 

Jeffrey Post 
Administrator 

Ellen Thurnau 

Meteorites 

Curator 

Roy S.Clarke, Jr. 
Associate Curator 

Glenn J. MacPherson 
Geochemist 

Kurt Frederiksson 

Mineralogy 

Curator 

John Sampson White 
Associate Curator 

Jeffrey Post 
Crystallographer 

Daniel E. Appleman 
Associate Curator 

Michael A. Wise 

Petrology and Volcanology 

Curators 

Richard S. Fiske 
William G. Melson 
Tom Sirnkin 



Associate Curator 
Sorena Sorensen 

Physical Sciences 
Laboratory 

Chemists 

Eugene Jarosewich 

Joseph A. Nelen 
Electronics Technician 

James E. Collins 

Scientific Events Alert 
Network 

Museum Specialist 

Lindsay R. McClelland 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 

Vagn F. Buchwald 

Cathy Busby-Spera 

Gary R. Byerly 

Felix Chayes 

Robert T. Dodd 

John Filson 

Michael Fleischer 

Martin Flower 

Edward Henderson 

Peter Levens 

Brian H. Mason 

Paul B. Moore 

Debra S. Statkes 

Geoffrey Thomson 

Othmar T Tobisch 

Department of 
Paleobiology 

Chairman 

Jack W. Pierce 
Curators Emeritus (Not in 
Residence) 

Richard S. Boardman 

G. Arthur Cooper 

Porter M. Kier 
Administrative Assistant 

Betty M. Lomax 
Collections Manager 

Frederick J. Collier 
Deputy Collections Manager 

Jann W M. Thompson 
Paleobiological Information 
Specialist 

Raymond T. Rye II 



Scientific Illustrator 
Mary A. Parrish 

Vertebrate Paleontology 

Preparation Laboratory, 
Acting Supervisor 
Frederic V. Grady 

Senior Scientists 

Richard H. Benson 
Alan H. Cheetham 
Richard E. Grant 
Daniel J. Stanley 
Kenneth M. Towe 

Geologist 

Ian G. Macintyre 

Curators 

Anna K. Behrensmeyer 
Martin A. Buzas 
William A. DiMichele 
Robert J. Emry 
Nicholas Horton III 
Francis M. Hueber 
Jack W. Pierce 
Clayton E. Ray 
Thomas R. Waller 
Scott L. Wing 

Associate Curators 
Douglas H. Erwin 
Brian T. Huber 

Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 
Jean M. Berdan 
Raymond L. Bernor 
Annalissa Berta 
Robyn Burn ham 
Sankar Chatter jee 
James M. Clark 
Stephen J. Culver 
John D. Damuth 
Sherri L. DeFauw 
Daryl P. Domning 
Raymond C. Douglass 
J. Thomas Dutro, Jr. 
Ralph E. Eshelman 
Jerzy Federowski 
Karl W. Flessa 
Thomas G. Gibson 
Mackenzie Gordon, Jr. 
Peter J. Harmatuk 
Carl F. Koch 
Jerry P. MacDonald 
Sergius H. Mamay 
Jerry N. McDonald 
John D. Milliman 
Robert B. Neuman 



William A. Oliver, Jr. 
John Pojeta,Jr. 
Kenneth D. Rose 
Bruce Runnegar 
William J. Sando 
David Schindel 
Judith Skog 
Anthony Socci 
Norman F. Sohl 
I. Gregory Sohn 
Hans-Dieter Sues 
Joshua I. Tracey, Jr. 
Frank C. Whitmore, Jr. 
Druid Wilson 
Christopher Wnuk 
Ellis L Yochelson 



Department of 
Vertebrate Zoology 

Chairman 

Richard W Thorington, 

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Administrative Assistant 
Sybil Descheemaeker 

Technical Information Specialist 
Joy P. Gold 



Division of Amphibians 
and Reptiles 



Curators 

W. Ronald Heyer 

George R. Zug 
Assistant Curator 

Kevin de Queiroz 
Collections Manager 

Elyse J. Beldon 



Division of Birds 



Curators 

Storrs L. Olson 

Richard L. Zusi 
Assistant Curator 

Michael J. Braun 
Associate Curator 

Gary R. Graves 
Collections Manager 

J. Phillip Angle 



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Division of Fishes 

Curators 

G. David Johnson 
Victor G. Springer 
Richard P. Vari 
Stanley H. Weirzman 

Associate Curator 
Lynne R. Parenti 

Zoologist 

Wayne C. Starnes 

Collections Managers 
Susan L. Jewett 
Jeffrey T. Williams 

Curators Emeritus 
Ernest A. Lachner 
William R. Taylor 

Division of Mammals 

Curators 

Michael D. Carleton 
Charles O. Handley.Jr. 
James G. Mead 
Richard W. Thorington, 

Jr- 
Collections Manager 
J. PhiUip Angle 
Linda K. Gordon 
Charles W. Potter 

Office of the 
Secretary Emeritus 

Secretary Emeritus 

S. Dillon Ripley 
Zoologist 

Bruce M. Beehler 
Administrative Assistant 

Mary T. Pacaro 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 

Ronald G. Altig 

Richard C. Banks 

Aaron M. Bauer 

Jonathan J. Becker 

Heraldo A. Britski 

Eleanor Brown 

Robert L. Brownell 

John E. Cadle 

Peter Cannell 

Bruce B. Collette 

Kenneth C. Dodd.Jr. 

Louise H. Emmons 



Carl H. Ernst 
Sara V. Fink 
William L Fink 
Mercedes S. Foster 
Thomas H. Fritts 
Alfred L. Gardner 
J. Whitfield Gibbons 
Catherine A. Hawks 
Lawrence R. Heaney 
Miriam H. Heyer 
Richard Highton 
Regina M. Hirsch 
Robert S. Hoffmann 
Aleta Hohn 
Peter W Houde 
Morton L Islet 
Phyllis R. Isler 
Roxie Laybourne 
John M. Legler 
Antonio Machado-Allison 
Francisco Mago-Leccia 
Joe T.Marshall, Jr. 
Linda R. Maxson 
Roy W McDiarmid 
Bruce D. Means 
Naercio A. Menezes 
Ronald I. Miller 
Joseph C. Mitchell 
Thomas A. Munroe 
Guy G. Musser 
Hidetoshi Ota 
William F. Petrin 
Gregory K. Pregill 
John E. Randall 
Mary Rauchenberger 
Sentiel A Rommel 
Alan H. Savitsky 
Albert Schwartz 
Norman J. Scott 
Darrell Seibert 
Andrew C. Smart 
Michael L. Smith 
William F. Smith-Vaniz 
David L. Stein 
Ian R. Swingland 
Stephen G. Tilly 
Merrill Varn 
Richard J . Wassersug 
Marilyn Weirzman 
Edward O. Wiley 
Timorhy R. Williams 
W Chris Wozencraft 



Smithsonian 
Oceanographic 
Sorting Center 

Director 

Ernani G. Menez 
Marine Biologists 

Frank D. Ferrari 

Leslie W. Knapp 

Rafael Lemaitre 

Jon L Norenburg 

Smithsonian Marine 
Station at Link Port 

Director 

Mary E. Rice 
Administrative Assistant 

Joan L. Kaminski 
Research Assistants 

William D. Lee 

Julianne Piraino 

Sherry Anne Reed 

Hugh F. Reichardt 

Marine Systems 
Laboratory 

Director 

Waltet H. Adey 

Laboratory of 
Molecular Systematics 

Director 

Michael J. Braun 
Principal Investigator 

Elizabeth A. Zimmer 
Scientific Program 
Administrator 

Judith A. Blake 
Fund Manager 

JoAnne Ciprich 



Repatriation 

Case Officers 

Timothy G. Baugh 
Tamara L. Bray 
Thomas W. Killion 



Museum Support 
Center 

Director 

U. Vincent Wilcox 
Administrative Specialist 

Patti B. Young 
Data Administrator 

Joan B. Andrews 
Facility Manager 

Charles E. Dunn 
Chief, Information Management 
Section 

David Bridge 



National Portrait 
Gallery 



Director 

Alan Fern 
Deputy Director 

Carolyn K. Carr 

Associate Director for 

Administration 

Barbara A. Hart 
Curator of Painting and 
Sculpture 

Robert G. Stewart 
Curator of Exhibitions 

Bevetly J. Cox 
Curator of Prints 

Wendy Wick Reaves 
Acting Curator of Photographs 

Ann Shumard 
Curator of Education 

Harry Jackson 
Editor of Publications 

Frances K. Stevenson 
Chief, Design and Production 

Nello Marconi 
Keeper, Catalog of American 
Portraits 

Linda Thrift 
Editor of the Charles Willson 
Peale Papers and 
Historian of American 
Culture 

Lillian B. Miller 
Librarian 

Cecilia Chin 
Senior Photographer 

Rolland White 



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Registrar 


Research Manager 


Publications 


Director of the Science and 


Suzanne Jenkins 


Nancy J. Fuller 




Technology for Children 


Public Affairs Officers 


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Director 


(STC) Project 


Sue Ann Prince and 


Alyce Sadongei 


Andrea Stevens 


Joe H. Griffith 


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Research Specialist, STC Project 


Facilities Manager 






Wendy R. Binder 


Wayne Wiggins 






Research Specialist, STC Project 




Office of the 


Public Service 


Debby Deal 
Research Specialist, STC Project 




Registrar 




David T. Hartney 


Office of Exhibits 


Director 


Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for Public Service 


Research Specialist, STC Project 
Patricia L. McGlashan 


Central 


Mary Case 


Research Specialist, STC Project 
Lynn Miller 




Assistant to the Director 


Director 


William G. Tompkins 




Research Specialist, STC Project 
Kathenne E. Stiles 


Vacant 


Administrative Assistant 


Assistant Secretary 




Chief of Design and Editing 


Paulette Hughes 
Collections Information System 


James Early 
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rvjutni run 


Administrator 


Linda Solomon 




Chief of Production 
Walter G. Sorrell 


vacant 


Special Assistant 


Office of 


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Eva Clark 




Margaret Benin 
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Manjula Kumar 


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Smithsonian 


Administrative Specialist 
Toni Brady 


Education 




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Jenelle Cooper 


Director 


Horticulture 


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Candice Robinson 


Ann Bay 
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Thomas A. Lowderbaugh 


Director {acting) 


Director 




Publications Director 


Kathryn R. Meehan 


Anna R. Conn 




Michelle Knovic Smith 


Administrative Officer 


Administrative Manager 


National Science 




Fred Burnette 


Allegra Wright 


Resources Center 




Greenhouse Manager 








Barbara Faust 


Program 




Office ofFolklife 


Grounds Manager 
Kenneth Hawkins 


Acting Associate Director 


Executive Director 
Douglas M. Lapp 


Programs 


Landscape A rchitect 


Myriam Springuel 


Deputy Director 




Paul Lindell 




Sally G. Shuler 


Director 


Horticulture Service Division 


Scheduling and 


Director of Publications 


Richard Kurin 


Manager 


Exhibitor Relations 


Kathleen S. Johnston 


Special Assistant/Assistant 


Lauranne Nash 




Financial Officer 


Secretary Emeritus 




Director 


Karen Fusto 


Ralph Rinzler 




Kelli Roberts 


Director of Outreach 


Director, Smithsonian/Folkways 






Olive Covington 


Recordings 


Office of Museum 


Public Relations 


Publications/Technology 
Specialist 


Anthony Seeger 
Senior Folklorist 


Programs 


Director 


Timothy Falb 


Peter Seitel 




Liz Hill 


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Senior Ethnomusicologist 






Gail Greenberg 


Thomas Vennum, Jr. 


Acting Director 




Administrative Assistant 


Festival Director 


Teresa K. LaMaster 




Laura Pierce 


Diana Parker 


Professional Services Manager 




Administrative Assistant 


Director, Quincentenary Projects 


Bruce C. Craig 




Terrye Rodgers 


Olivia Cadaval 



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Administrative Officer 

Barbara Strickland 
Program Analyst 

Richard Kennedy 
Folklorists 

Berry Belanus 

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Diana N'Diaye 
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Marjorie Hunt 

Frank Proschan 

Nicholas Spitzer 
Designer 

Joan Wolbier 
Technical Coordinator 

Pete Reiniger 
Program Specialist 

Arlene Reiniger 
Archivist 

C. Jeffrey Place 
Media Specialist 

Guha Shankar 
Folkways Specialist 

Dudley Connell 
Assistant Archivist 

Lori Taylor 
Quincentenary Coordinator 

Celia Heil 



Office of Public 
Affairs 

Director 

Madeleine Jacobs 
Associate Director 

Eileen Jones 
Administrative Officer 

Carolyn Amundson 
Secretary to the Director 

Michelle Carr 

Publications 

Associate Director 
Kathryn Lindeman 

Staff 

John Barrat 
Mary Combs 
Holly Hammett 
Peggy Lang rail 
Jo Ann Webb 
Li las Wiltshire 



News 

Associate Director 
Linda St. Thomas 

Staff 

Jacqueline Bouquet 
Natalie Fielman 
Rebecca Higbee 
David Maxfield 
Vicki Moeser 
Hamlet Paoletti 
William Schulz 
Rachel Sears 



Smithsonian Office 
of Wider Audience 
Development 

Director 

Marshall J. Wong 



Visitor Information 
and Associates' 
Reception Center 

Director 

Mary Grace Potter 
Deputy Director 

Elizabeth Bennett 

Information 
Resources Division 

Unit Manager 
Jane Gardner 

Public Inquiry Mail 
and Telephone 
Information Services 
Unit 

Unit Manager 

Katherine Neill Ridgley 



7-Day Information 
Service Unit 

Unit Manager 
Sherrie Chapman 

Behind-the-Scenes 
Volunteer Program 

Acting Program Coordinator 
Catherine Morris 

Telephone 
Information Service 

Program Coordinator 
Cordelia Benedict 

Central Services 

Program Coordinator 
Sheila Myers 



External 
Affairs 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for External 
Affairs 



Assistant Secretary 

Thomas E. Lovejoy 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 

Marc J. Pachter 
Program Assistant 

Kary Moran 
Administrative Officer 

Debbie Yang 



National 

Demonstration 

Laboratory for 

Interactive 

Educational 

Technologies 

Executive Director 
Jacqueline Hess 

Deputy Director 
M. Ellyn Blanton 



Office of 
Development 



Director 

Marie A. Mattson 
Director of Development 
Activities 

Diana D. Duncan 
Manager, Individual Giving 
Center 

Donna B. Ari 
Manager, 

Corporate/Foundation 
Center 

Nancy J. Fischer 
Manager, Information Center 

Margo H. Knight 
Planned Giving Officer 

Margaret D. Turner 
Development Officers 

Elba B. Arrocha 

Lucy B. Dorick 

Barbara W. Freeman 

Michael B. Syphax 
Special Services Officer 

Arthur W. Gardner 
Development Communications 
Officer 

Gwendolen R. Leighty 
Administrative Officer 

Carol S. Nottingham 
Information Resource Specialist 

James R. Stone 
Constituency Information 
Project Coordinator 

Christine E. Louton 



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Database Coordinator 
Ann Bissell 



Office of 

Government 

Relations 



Director 

Margaret C. Gaynor 
Congressional Liaison Officer 

Pablita Abeyta 
Congressional Liaison Officer 

Claire L. Fronville 
Congressional Liaison Officer 

Manuel J. Melendez 
Congressional Liaison Officer 

A. Bradley Mims 
Congressional Liaison Specialist 

Carey A. Wilkins 



Office of Special 
Events 



Director 

Barbara Spraggins 
Assistant Director 

Vacant 
Special Event Cooridinators 

Edmund B. Anderson 

Cheryl Gibney 

Mary Thomson 
Secretary 

Angela Papa 



Office of 
Telecommunications 



Director 

Paul Johnson 
Deputy Director 

Karen Loveland 
Media Project Development 
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Elizabeth Brownstein 



Motion Picture Production 
Specialist 

John W. Hiller 
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Specialists 

John P. Meehan 

Lee W. Cioffi 

Laura Schneider 

Peter R. C. Erikson 

Jean B. Quinnette 
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Manager 

Denise Freeland 
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Martha Knouss 
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Wesley Horner 

John Tyler 
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Charlotte Brown 
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Myra Banks 



Smithsonian 
Institution Press 



Director 

Felix Lowe 
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Vincent MacDonnell 
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John Ouellette 
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Gail Grella 
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Dorothy Blaska 

University Press 
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Editorial Director 

Daniel Goodwin 
Managing Editor 

Ruth Spiegel 
Managing Editor, Series 
Publications 

Barbara Spann 
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Kathleen Brown 
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Alan Carter 



Book Development Editor 
Caroline Newman 

Video Acquisitions Director 
Andrew Ferguson 

Smithsonian Books 
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Editor-in -Chief 

Patricia Gallagher 

Senior Editor 

Alexis Doster III 



Recordings Division 

Executive Producer 
Bruce Talbot 



Smithsonian 

Magazine 



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Don Moser 
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Caroline Scott Despard 
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Constance A. Bond 

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Timothy Foote 

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Nancy Seaman 

John P. Wiley, Jr. 
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Ronald C. Walker 
Associate Publisher, Advertising 

Thomas H. Black 
Associate Publisher, Circulation 

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Associate Publisher, 
Administration 

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Publisher Emeritus 

Joseph J. Bonsignore 
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Edward K. Thompson 



Air & 

Space/Smithsonian 
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George C. Larson 
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Tom Huntington 
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Linda Musser Shiner 
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Patricia Trennet 
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Ronald C. Walker 
Advertising Director 

Louis C. Kolenda 
Circulation Director 

Gale Page 
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Administration 

Carey O. Randall 
Business Manager 

Shelia Perry-Brannum 
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Sarah D. Kingsley 
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Joseph J. Bonsignore 



Smithsonian 
National Associate 
Program 

Director 

Joseph Carper 
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and Marketing 

Stephen J. Pike 

Contributing 
Membership/James 
Smithson 
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Benefactors 

Program Manager 
Fern Segerlind 



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Barbara S. Tuceling 

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Prudence Clendenning 

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Ann Post 



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Smithsonian 
Resident Associate 
Program 



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Janet W. Solinger 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Cheryl Ann Lytle 

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Administration 

Michael Cassidy 
Associate Director for 
Programming 

Edmund H. Worthy, Jr. 
Program Managers 

Roslyn C. Beitler 

Anna Caraveli 

Joanne Gigliotti 

Jacqueline H. Grazette 

Moya B. King 

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Michael A. Caplin 

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Program Coordinators 

Faye Browning 

Thomas Grain 

Penelope Pigott Dann 

Margo Del Vecchio 

Karen M. Gray 
Editor 

Cecelia Reed 



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Reed Isbell 
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Sandra Wenrworth Bradley 

Neil Goodwin 

Werner Schumann 

Steven York 



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of the Smithsonian 
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Paula Duncan 



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Initiatives 

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for Institutional 
Initiatives 



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Daniel K. Stevenson 
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Lois A. Noack 



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of the American 
Indian National 
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John L. Colonghi 
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Relations and Special 
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Susannah Kellums 
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Ernestine Potter 



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for Finance and 
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Assistant Secretary 

Nancy D. Suttenfield 
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Rick R.Johnson 



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Special Assistant 

Aileen F. Wakefield 
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Chandra Heilman 



Office of 
Accounting and 
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Comptroller 

Shireen L. Dodson 
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Manager 

Phillip F. Norton 



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Manager 

Elard J. Phillips 

Financial and Payroll 
Systems 

Manager 

Edward J. Ballotta 



Office of 
Architectural 
History and 
Historic 
Preservation 



Director 

Cynthia R. Field 
Keeper of the OAHP "Castle" 
Collection 

Richard E. Stamm 



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Historic Preservation Specialist 

Amy Ballard 
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Heather P. Ewing 



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and Property 
Management 



Director 

Robert P. Perkins 
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John W. Cobert 
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Lynn R. Spurgeon 
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Helen L Donaldson 
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Robert J. Lewin 
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Manager 
Ronald F. Cuffe 



Office of Design 
and Construction 



Director 

Robert P. Dillman 
Associate Director 

William L. Thomas 
Acting Chief, Project 
Management 
Donald W. Dormstetter 
Chief, Planning, Programming, 
and Budget 
Harry J. Rombach 
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Construction Management 
Loren D. Raap 
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Design 
Thomas P. Myers 



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Laura O. Hoing 



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Director 

F. William Billingsley 

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Division Chief 
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Division Chief 

J. Andrew Wilson 



Office of Equal 
Opportunity 

Acting Director 

Robert L. Osborne 
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Robert L. Osborne 
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McKinley Harris 
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Employees Program 
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Carol Gover 



Office of Facilities 
Services 



Director of Facilities Services 
Richard L. Siegle 



Office of Financial 
and Management 
Analysis 



Acting Director 

Jack Zickafoose 
Special Assistant 
John Howser 
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Management Analysis 
Mike Young 
Assistant Director for 

Financial Analysis 
Fran Rooney 
Assistant Director for Policy 
Administration 
Jack Zickafoose 



Office of Human 
Resources 



Director 

Marilyn S. Marton 
Assistant Director, Operations 
Division 
Bernice B. Abram 
Assistant Director, Policy 
Division 
Timothy M. Dirks 



Office of 
Information 
Resource 
Management 



Director 

Vincent J. Marcalus 
Associate Director for 
Administration 
Betty Beuck Derbyshire 
Assistant Director for 

Technology Assessment 
and Quality Assurance 
John J. Wilson 
Manager, Computer Systems 
Management Division 
George A. Anderson 
Manager, Management 
Information Systems 
Division 
Francis J. Bennett 
Manager, Information Resources 
Division 
E. Evanne Browne 
Manager, Collections 

Information Systems 
Division 
Susan J. McFarland 
Manager, Communications 
Management Division 
John L. Moreci 
Manager, Research Systems 
Division 
Joseph L. Russo 
Manager, Information 

Management Division 
Rae L. Thompson 
Manager, SIBIS Division 
Beverly Westermeyer 
Financial Manager 
Betsey Woods 



Office of Plant 
Services 



Director 

Michael R. League 
Deputy Director 

Michael J. Sofield 



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Computer Services 


Work 
Coordination/Inspection 


Operations Area III 


NASM Branch 


Chief 


Branch 




Chief 


Michele L. Thatcher 


Chief 


Chief 

Robert E. Pine, Sr. 


Mark Avino 


Administrative 


Vacant 






Services 






NMNH Branch 


Chief 

Judith A. Cooper 


Facilities Computer 
Operations Branch 


Office of Planning 
and Budget 


Chief 

Victor Krantz 


Safety 


Chief 

Patrick M. O'Neal 




Color Branch 


Chief 

H. M. Newberry 
Assistant Director, Engineering 
and Support Services 




Acting Director 




Energy Management 
Branch 


Mary J. Rodriguez 
Assistant Director for federal 
Compliance and Reporting 


Chief 

Joe A. Goulait 


Lawrence J. Stuebing, Jr. 


Chief 


Mary J. Rodriguez 
Assistant Director for 


Duplicating Branch 




Robert Weisman 


Formulation and 


Chief 


Support Division 




Execution 






Richard S. Haas 


Hetman Thompson 


Chief 

C.W.Arthur, Jr. 


Engineering Branch 


Assistant Director for Planning 
Vacant 




Materia/ Management 


Chief 

Forrest Andrews 




Office of Protection 


Branch 


Assistant Director, Physical 






Plant Services 




Services 


Chief 


William M. Adams 


Office of Printing 




Thomas J. Bellino 




and Photographic 


Director 


Transportation Branch 


Crafts Division 


Services 


Robert B.Burke Jr. 




Chief 




Deputy Director for 


Chief 


John W. Libby.Jr. 


Director/Curator 


Administration 


Robert Marshall 




Jim Wallace 


G. Clifford Boocks 
Deputy Director for Operations 




Crafts /Trades Branch 


Deputy Director 


Thomas H. Bresson 


Audio Visual Branch 




Lorie H. Aceto 






Chief 

Robert Davis 


Production Control Officer 




Chief 


Mary Ellen McCaffrey 


Protection Division 


Carole Bellamy 








Mail Services Branch 


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Chief 


Special Assignments/ 
Photography Branch 


Chief 

Ronald J. Colaprete 


Chief 


Harry I. Goodman 


Chief 




Levonia Standi 


Operations Area I 


Richard Hofmeistet 


Security Services 
Division 


Metro Support Branch 




Laboratory Branch 


Chief 




Chief 




Ralph M. Smith 


Chief 

A. C. Clark 


Donald A. Pierce 


Chief 

Edes F. Talman 


Security Systems 


Engineering Division 


Operations Area II 


Services Branch 


Division 


Chief 


Chief 


Chief 


Chief 


Howard L Wink, Jr. 


William McPhattet 


Joyce M. Goulait 


Warren J. Danzenbaker 



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Health Services 


Office of Sponsored 


Advertising 


Performing Arts 


Division 


Projects 


Director 


Library 


Medical Officer 




Joanne B. Steller 


Librarian 


J. Andrew Armer, M.D. 


Director 




Peter Fay 




Ardelle G. Foss 


Cultural Diversity 




Employee Assistance 


Grant/Contract Administrator 


Affairs 


Productions and 


Program 


Ernest L Duncan Jr. 
Karen L. Otiji 


Director 


Theaters 


Manager 


J. Scott Robinson 


Archie L. BufTkins 


General Manager of Theaters 


Verdine Frederick 


David R. Short 




Max Woodward 




Supervisory Grant/Contract 


Development 




Cooper-Hewitt 


Accountant 
Frantz S. Colon 


Director Kennedy Center 


Public Relations 


Security 


Grant /Contract Financial 


Corporate Fund and 


Director 




A nalysts 


National Symphony 


Laura Longley 


Chief 


De lores Clyburn 


Orchestra 




Luis A. Palau 




Marc Breslaw 






Leni Figueiras 
Kathleen Hindle 


Director A nnual Fund, 
Endowment 


Special Events 


STRI Security 




Barbara A. Hall 


Director 

Charlotte Woolard 


Chief 








Alejandro Arze 


Travel Services 


Education 


Television and Special 




Office 


Acting Director 


Projects 


Parking Office 


David R. Humphrey 


Director 


Manager 


Director 




Carolyn Reynolds 


John W. Bausch 


Judith Petroski 


Finance 








Chief Financial Officer 


Very Special Arts 


OPS Supply 




Clifton B. Jeter 
Controller 


Chief Executive Officer 


Supply Officer 


Affiliated 


Nancy H. Fleeter 


Eugene Maillard 


James D. Fox 










Organizations 


Friends of the 


National Symphony 


Training Branch 




Kennedy Center 


Orchestra 


Training Officer 
David A. Liston 


The John F. 
Kennedy Center for 
the Performing Arts 

Chairman 


Director 
Peg Allen 

Government 
Relations 


Executive Director 

Stephen Klein 
General Manager 

Richard B. Hancock 


Office of Risk 


James D. Wolfensohn 


Director 




Management 


Founding Chairman 


Geraldine M. Otremba 


National Gallery 




Roger L. Stevens 




of Art 


Direcotor 


Managing Director 
Lawrence J. Wilker 


Marketing 


Phillip H. Babcock, 


General Counsel 


Director 


President 


Director 


Kenneth M. Kaufman 


John H. McAuliffe 


John R. Stevenson 


Assistant Director 








Jacqueline C. Young 
Disaster Preparedness 


Administration 


Media Relations 


Office of the Director 


Coordinator 


Director 


Director 


Director 


Priscilla A. Terry 


Charles Meng 


Tiki Davies 


J. Carter Brown 



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Special Assistant 

Robert Bowen 
Executive Assistant 

Angela LoRe 

Office of the Deputy 
Director 

Deputy Director 

Roger Mandle 
Administrative Officer 

Carol Kelley 
Chief, Design and Installation 

Gaillard F. Ravenel 
Head, Education Division 

Linda Downs 
Editor-in-Chief 

Frances Smyth 
Chief, Exhibition Programs 

Dodge Thompson 
Chief Librarian 

Neal T. Turtell 
Head, Research on Collections 

Suzannah Fabing 
Head, Department of Loans and 

National Lending Service 

Stephanie Belt 
Registrar 

Mary E. Suzor 
Senior Curator, Paintings 

Charles S. Moffett 
Curators of American Art 

Nicolai Cikovsky 

Frank Kelly 
Curator of Horthern Renaissance 

Painting 

John Hand 
Curator of Southern Renaissance 

Painting 

David A. Brown 
Curator of Soul hern Baroque 

Painting 

Diane DeGrazia 
Curator of Northern Baroque 

Painting 

Arthur K. Wheelock 
Curators of Twentieth-Century 

Jack Cowart 

Nan Rosenthal 
Mellon Senior Curator 

Andrew Robison 
Curators of Sculpture 

Allison Luchs 

Douglas Lewis 



Curator of French Prints 

Diane Russell 
Curator of Italian Drawings 

Margaret Morgan Grasselli 
Curator of Contemporary Prints 

Ruth Fine 
Curator of Photography 

Sarah Greenough 
Chief of Conservation 

Ross M. Merrill 
Head, Exhibitions and Loan 
Conservation 

Mervin Richard 
Chairman, Painting 
Conservation 

David Bull 
Head Painting Conservation 

Sarah Fisher 
Head, Object Conservation 

Shelley Sturman 
Head, Paper Conservation 

Shelley Fletcher 
Head, Scientific Research 

Rene de la Rie 

Office of External 
Affairs 

External Affairs Officer 

Joseph J. Krakora 
Assistant to the Director for 
Special Events 

Genevra Higginson 
Press and Public Information 
Officer 

Ruth Kaplan 
Corporate Relations Officer 

Elizabeth Weil Perry 

Development Officer 

Laura E. Fisher 
Assistant to the Director for 
Music 

George Manos 

Office of the 

Secretary-General 

Counsel 

Secretary -General Counsel 
Philip C. Jessup, Jr. 

Deputy Secretary-General 
Counsel 
Elizabeth A. Croog 

Chief A rchivist 
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 
Deputy Treasurer 

Ann R. Leven 
Assistant Treasurer 

Michael W. Levine 

Office of the 
Administrator 

Administrator 

Anne B. Evans 
Chief of Administrative 
Operations 

Darrell R. Willson 
Personnel Officer 

Michael B. Bloom 



Reading Is 
Fundamental, Inc. 



Chairman of the Board 

Mrs. Elliot Richardson 
President 

Ruth Graves 
Director of Special Projects 

Nancy Sullivan 
Director of Development 

Wade St. Clair 
Director, Resource Coordination 

Azie Taylor Morton 
Director of Finance 

Christina Mead 
Director of Programs 

James Wendorf 
Director, Systems, Computer, 
and Support Operations 

Don Perron 
Finance Officer 

Oriente Arzadon 



Senior Writer/Editor 

Gail Oerke 
Deputy Director, Programs 

Victoria J. Heland 



The Woodrow 
Wilson 

International 
Center for Scholars 



Director 

Charles Blitzer 
Deputy Director 

Samuel F.Wells, Jr. 
Deputy Director for Planning 
and Management 

Dean W. Anderson 
Librarian 

Zdenek V. David 
Director of External Affairs 

Moira E. Egan 
Director of RADIO 
DIALOGUE 

George L. Seay 
Director of Fellowships 

Ann C. Sheffield 



International Studies 
Division 

Director 

Robert S. Litwak 

Division of Regional 
and Comparative 
Studies 

Director, Asia Program 

Mary Brown Bullock 
Director, West European Studies 

Michael H. Haltzel 
Director, East European Studies 

John R. Lampe 
Director, Kennan Institute for 
Advanced Russian Studies 

Blair A. Ruble 
Director, Latin American 
Program 

Joseph S. Tulchin 



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Division of United Media Studies Project The Wilson Quarterly 





Director 


Editor 


Director 

Michael J. Lacey 


Lawrence W. Lichry 
The Wood row 


Jay Tolson 
Publisher 
Kathy Read 


History, Culture and 


Wlson Center Press 




Society Program 

Director 


Director of Publications 
Glenn W. LaFantasie 




James M. Morris 







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Appendix 7 



Donors to the Smithsonian Institution in 
Fiscal Year ippi 



$5,000 or more 
Anonymous Donor 

$1,000 or more 

James G. Blaine 
Charles Delmar Foundation 
Tide Foundation 

American Federation of Labor and Con- 
gress of Industrial Organization 

$250 or more 

Denver Museum of New Hampshire 
Missouri Botanical Garden 



The Board of Regents and the Secretary of the Smithsonian join with the en- 
tire staff in thanking all of the Institution's friends for the generosity they 
have shown with their financial support, gifts to the collections, and in- 
land donations. Gifts are recorded under the title of the recipient bureau or 
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 inadver- 
tence 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 these people, as well, for their support. 



Research 

Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for Research 

Donors to the Joseph Henry 
Papers Project 

$1,000 or more 

Dr. Nathan Reingold 



International Center 



Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

The Rockefeller Foundation 

$50,000 or more 

The Pew Charitable Trusts 
W. Alton Jones Foundation 

$10,000 or more 

Ford Foundation 
Rockefeller Foundation 
W.B. Stroud 
Stroud Foundation 
Stephen Stroud 



Donors of In-Kind Support 

Air Jamaica. Return air fare for two vis- 
iting scholars attending the confer- 
ence "Race, Discourse and the Origin 
of the Americas: A New World View 
of 1491" 



Smithsonian Institution 
Archives 

Donors to the Collection 

American Association for Zoological 
Nomenclature. Records of the 
Associarion. 

American Ornithologists' Union. Re- 
cords of the Union. 

American Sociery of Mammalogists. Re- 
cords of the Society. 

Association of Systematic Collections. 
Records of the Association. 

Audubon Naturalist Society of the Cen- 
tral Atlantic States, Inc. Records of 
the Society. 

Richard C. Banks. Papers of Richard C. 
Banks. 

Nancy Clarke. Papers of John Frederick 
Gates Clarke. 

Colonial Waterbird Group. Records of 
the Group. 

Crustacean Society. Records of the 
Sociery. 

Mark H. Dall. Mark H. Dall Collection. 



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Terry L. Erwin. Papers of Terry L. 
Erwin. 

Edward L. Fireman. Papers of Edward 
L Fireman. 

Daniel Goldstein. PhD dissertation, 
"Midwestern Naturalists: Academies 
of Science in the Mississippi Valley, 
1850-1900." 

Brooke Hindle. Papers of Brooke 
Hindle. 

International Society for the History, 
Philosophy, and Social Studies of Bi- 
ology. Records of the Society. 

International Union of Directors of Zoo- 
logical Gardens. Records of the 
Union. 

Raymond B. Manning. Papers of Ray- 
mond B. Manning. 

National Geographic Society. Smithson- 
ian Centennial Film, 1946. 

Estate of George S. Myers. Papers of 
George Sprague Myers. 

Paul N. Perrot. Papers of Paul N. 
Perrot. 

Lori W. Prather. Photograph of the 
Smithsonian Castle. 

Society for Marine Mammalogy. Re- 
cords of the Society. 

Lawrence H. Walkinshaw. Papers of 
Lawrence H. Walkinshaw. 

Ellis L. Yochelson. Papers of Ellis L. 
Yochelson. 



Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries 

Donors of Financial Support 
$10, 000 or more 
The Dibner Fund 

$1,000 or more 

Research Publications, Inc. 

$250 or more 

Robert S. Hoffmann 
Karl V. Krombein 
WorWs Fair Magazine 



Donors to the Collections 
Individual Donors 

Kunle Adeyemi 

Adimado Aduayom 

Babtunde Agbaje-Williams 

John Tokpabere Agberia 

Johanna Agthe 

Bob Allen 

El Anatsui 

Mary Jo Arnold i 

Herbert R. Axelrod 

Mary Ballard 

John J. Balienger 

Dorothy Banks 

Joan Barkan 

Lewis M. Barth 

Edward C. B assert 

Chloe Becht 

Margaret Bliss 

Michel Bloit 

Jeff W. Boucher 

Mark D. Bogard 

Fermin Velez Boza 

Joseph Bradley 

M. Brett -Surman 

Robert Burckhalter 

Don Burness 

Gloriela Galvo 

Ernestine G. Carey 

Alfredo Carrasco 

Eddie Chambers 

Elvira Clain-Stefanelli 

Christa Clarke 

Robert Clelland 

H. T. Clifford 

Anna Lue Cook 

Roy Cook 

Jeremy Coote 

Alain J. Costilhes 

Esther Dagan 

Glenda Dare 

Arunabha Dasgupta 

Mary Kay Davies 

Alain Derbier 

Abi Derefaka 

David Dibner 

Gaylord Donnelley 

Richard Doty 

T. Scripps Downing 

Pete J. Dunn 

J. O. S. Edigbe 

Felicia Ema 

Lorraine Eyde 

Oliver Flint 



Leon Fredrich 

Jun Fudano 

Nancy Fuller 

Carl Gans 

Pierre Gaudibert 

Joanne Gigliotti 

Janet Goldner 

Jorge Valenzuela Gonzalez 

Rebecca Green 

David Greenacre 

Christiane Groeben 

Vinigi L. Grottanelli 

Hifumi Hara 

Michael Harris 

Michael R. Harris 

Celia Heil 

Maxine Heinz 

Lori Hejl 

Frank Herreman 

Emma Herrera de Lopez 

Tanja Hoffmann 

C. P. Ten Houren 

Omolara Ige 

Mike Irrifere 

Moses Imoseni 

W. Francis Jackson 

Paul Jenkins 

Helke Kammerer-Grothaus 

Girma Kidane 

Hans Knopfli-Zingg 

Nikolai V. Kokshaysky 

Jessie A. Lawton 

Paulina Ledergerber 

Robert G. Leek 

Philippe Leloup 

Lucy J. A. Leu 

Amy Levin 

Limbe M'Puanga Liyolo 

N. W. Longmore 

Kathryn A. Looney 

Carlyle A. Luet 

Mark L Madsen 

John D. Marsellus 

Teresa Masters 

Roy W. McDiarmid 

Uta Merzbach 

Lynn Robertson Myers 

Eduardo Suarez Morales 

Michele Moutashar 

Conchita Ndege 

Doug Nelson 

Howard Newcon 

Dan H. Nicolson 

Barthosa Nkurumeh 

Ted Norris 



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Makato Numata 
Greg Odo 
Wolfgang Oehme 
Kawku Ofori-Ansa 
Oguibe Olu 
Uche Okeke 
Tunde Olanipekun 
Storrs L. Olson 
Austine Omeke 
Michael Omoighe 
Bruce Onobrakpeya 
Marie-Jose Opper 
Justus K. Osakwe 
Kolade Oshinowo 
Lynne Parenti 
Marvin B. Patterson 
Markus W. Peters 
Gigi Pezzoli 
George E. Phebus 
Allan R. Phillips 
Piche, M. Claude 
Michael N. Piechocinski 
Thomas E. Pinelli 
Paul Pohwat 
Walter Postl 
Philip Ravenhill 
Hans J. Reuter 
Russell M. Richards 
Warren M. Robbins 
Carlos B. Rodriguez 
David Root 
Civia Rosenberg 
Catherine Scott 
Evelyn Schwartz 
Siegfried Seyfarth 
Thomas M. Shaw 
Hakeem O. Shitta 
Ross B. Simons 
Raymond Silverman 
Martin A. Smith 
Nancy A. Smith 
Philip Speiss 
Joseph Sperro 
Victor G. Springer 
Burhan Ssebayigga 
Christopher B. Steiner 
George Steyskal 
Wiebe Stodel 
William C. Sturtevant 
Papa I bra Tall 
Lisa McQ. Taylor 
William H. Truettnet 
Samson Uchendu 
Erjo Uusitalo 
James van Sweden 



Graciela Valery de Velez 

Richard Vari 

Cosme Vasquez 

Duncan A. Vaughan 

Teodor Vidal 

Charlotte von Graffenried 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. von Tagen 

Valere Voorhees 

Roslyn Walker 

Jane Ward 

George E. Watson 

Ellen B. Wells 

Tola Wewe 

Dennis Whigham 

John White 

Peter White 

Anne D. Williams 

Maureen Zarember 

Sergei Zhukov 

Mahmoud Abdow Zouber 

George R. Zug 

Corporate Donors 

Aberystwyth Arts Center, The Univer- 
sity College of Wales, United 
Kingdom 

The African Art Museum, Tenafly, New 
Jersey 

Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of 
America, Inc., New York, New York 

The Botswana Society, National Mu- 
seum and Art Gallery, Gaborone, 
Botswana 

Centre International des Civilisations 
Bantu, Libreville, Gabon 

Centro Wiftedo Lam, Havana, Cuba 

Centro Studi Archeologia Africana, 
Milan, Italy 

Department of Parks and Recreation, 
Sacramento, California 

Etnografisch Museum, Antwerp, 
Belgium 

The Hymn Society, Texas Christian Uni- 
versity, Fort Worth, Texas 

Institut fur Auslandsbeziehungen, Stutt- 
gart, Germany 

Institute for Information Studies, The 
Aspen Institute River House, Queens- 
town, Maryland 

Institute of African and Asian Studies, 
University of Kartoum, Sudan 

Iraqi Cultural Center Gallery, London, 
England 



Iwalewa-Haus, Universitat Bayreuth, 
Germany 

Living Arts and Science Center, Lexing- 
ton, Kentucky 

Marshall Jones Company, Francestown, 
New Hampshire 

Musee des Arts d'Afrique et Oceanie, 
Paris, France 

Museum fur Voelkerkunde, Frankfurt, 
Germany 

Museum Rietberg Zurich, Zurich, 
Switzerland 

National Atchives of Zimbabwe, 
Harare, Zimbabwe 

National Council for Arts & Culture, 
Lagos, Nigeria 

New York State Office of Parks, Recre- 
ation and Historic Preservation, Wa- 
tetford. New York 

OBAALA (Organization for Black Arts 
Advancement and Learning Activi- 
ties), London, England 

Ogun State University, Ago, Iwoye, 
Nigeria 

Right Angle Publishing, Los Angeles, 
California 

Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde 
Leiden, The Netherlands 

Rock Soup, Belmont, California 

Roebuch Printing Company, (McFar- 
land Press), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Rogers Historical Museum, Rogers, 
Arizona 

"Smithsonian Wotld" Office, Silvet 
Spring, Maryland 

South African National Gallery Library, 
Capetown, South Africa 

State Historical Museum, Moscow, So- 
viet Union 

Studio Museum In Harlem, New York, 
New York 

University of Delaware Library, New- 
ark, Delaware 

University of Bophuthatswana, Dept. of 
Fine Art, Republic of 
Bophuthatswana 

Williams College Museum of Art, 
Williamstown, Massachusetts 

Winterthur Museum and Gardens, 
Delaware 



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Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute 

Donors of Financial Support 

$500, ooo or more 

The MacArthur Foundation 

$100, 000 or more 
Hasselblad Foundation 

10, 000 or more 

Exxon Corporation 

Government of Finland through United 
Nations Environmental Program 

Government of Germany through 
United Nations Environmental Pro- 
gram 

United States Department of 
Agriculture 

General Service Foundation 

$500 or more 

Mildred and Harry Silberglied 



Museums 

Archives of American Art 



Donors of Financial Support 
$10,000 or more 

The Brown Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manoogian 

The Pew Charitable Trusts 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz 

John Sloan Memorial Foundation 

$ % 000 or more 



Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Berry 
Viola Bray Charitable Trust 
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Broad 



Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buck 

Mrs. Walter B. Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halff, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Meredith J. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Manoogian 

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer P. Potamkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roob 

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Rosekrans, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Ross 

Mr. Michel Roux 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Wellin 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Altschul 

Mr. Louis C. Baker 

The Barra Foundation 

Mrs. Edwin A. Bergman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Biggs 

Boston Park Plaza Hotel 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Camden 

Mr. Leo Castelli 

Christie's Associates 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Z. Cohen 

Mrs. Robert Coryell 

Mr. Douglas Cramer 

Mrs. Susan L. Cullman 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Ehrenkranz 

Mr. and Mrs. Ahmet M. Ertegun 

Harvey S. Firestone, Jr., Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Fisher III 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Fisher 

Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Mr. Larry Gagosian 

Mr. David Geffen 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Getty 

Mr. Arnold B. Glimcher 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Haas 

The Armand Hammer Foundation 

Mr. Marshall Hatch 

The Hearst Corporation 

Mr. Benjamin D. Holloway 

Mrs. Philip Iselin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Janes 

Dr. Helen Jessup 

Mr. Harry Kahn 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Katz 

Mr. Walter Keating 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Kendall 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Klingenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Landsman 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lauder 



Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Lee 

Mrs. Harry Lenart 

Mr. M. Leonard Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lichtenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Lifton 

Mrs. William A. Marsteller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Meyerhoff 

Mr. Jack Nash 

Mrs. Annalee Newman 

The Georgia O'Keefe Foundation 

Mrs. Gloria R. Oppenheimer 

Mr. Michael Ovitz 

Phillips- Van Heusen Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Lestet Pollack 

Mr. and Mrs. Dana M. Raymond 

Mr. and Mrs. Abbott K. Schlain 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Silver 

Mr. Sanford L. Smith 

Sotheby's 

Mr. and Mrs. Maury L. Spanier 

Alan and Nancy Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman 

The Times Mirror Foundation 

Mrs. Helen S. Tucker 

Mr. Abbot W Vose 

Mrs. William C. Wallstein 

Mrs. Shelby White 

$$00 or more 

Mr. Thomas Ammann 

Dr. Lourdes V. Andaya 

Mr. Andre Emmerich 

Dr. Stephen Andrus 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Applebaum 

Ms. Betty Asher 

Mr. Richard Brown Baker 

Mr. W. N. Banks 

Mrs. Donna Barnett 

Mrs. F. Henry Berlin 

Mrs. Paul Bernar 

Ms. Ruth R. Bettman 

Mrs. Peter S. Bing 

Mr. Irving Blum 

Nancy and Roger Boas 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brown 

Ms. Barbara L Brubaker 

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Carroll 

Ms. Elizabeth M. Chapin 

Ms. Kathryn Corbin and Mr. Jeffrey 

Brown 
Mrs. Katherine H. Coudon 
Mrs. Therese Crandall 



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Mrs. Zula M. Crichton 

Mr. and Mrs. Werner Dannheisser 

Mr. Frederick M. Danziger 

Mrs. F. Arnold Daum 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis de Marneffe 

Mrs. Maria Mercedes de Medina 

Mrs. John de Menil 

Mr. Jeffrey Deitch 

Michael and Dudley Del Balso 

Dr. Charles C. Dickinson III 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Dorn 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Dubin 

Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Mr. Christian P. Erdman 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Feder 

Mrs. George R. Fink 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fleischer, Jr. 

Mr. Christopher Forbes 

Mrs. Helena Fraser 

Mrs. Frederick Gardner 

Mrs. Eugenio Garza Laguera 

Mrs. Charles Gilman 

Mr. and Mrs. Yale Ginsburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glenn 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank C. Glover 

Mrs. Faith Golding 

Mr. and Mrs. James Goodman 

Mr. Richard Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Green 

Mrs. Robert S. Greenbaum 

Mr. Ronald K. Greenberg 

Mr. Edward Greensfelder 

Ms. Agnes Gund and Mr. Daniel 

Shapiro 
Heidrick and Struggles, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz 
Mr. and Mrs. James Humphry III 
Mr. R. P. Berglund 
Mrs. Lewis Iselin 
Mrs. David Jacknow 
Mrs. Morris I. Jaffe 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Jaques 
Mr. and Mrs. David Jensen 
Mr. Richard H. Jenrette 
Mrs. Jacob Kainen 
Mrs. Victoria Kappel 
Cis and Martin Kellman 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Kessler 
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Kinney 
Ms. Jill B. Knoth 
Mrs. Estelle M. Konheim 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kughn 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Kulis 
Mrs. Roger Kyes 



Mr. Richard S. Lane 

Mrs. Thomas Lee 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Leopold 

Ms. Sandy Lepore 

Mr. and Mrs. John Levin 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Levy 

Liberty Mutual Insurance Group 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton 

Mrs. Russell Lynes 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Z. Margulies 

Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Marsh 

Mrs. Barbara M. Marshall 

Mr. Srephen Mazoh 

Mr. Daniel Melnick 

Mrs. John E.Miller 

Mr. Edward MinskofT 

Dr. Martyna Miskinis 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oroshnik 

Peter-Roberts Antiques, Inc. 

Mrs. Herbert Polacheck 

Miss Shirley Polykoff 

Mr. Robert Rauschenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Chapin Riley 

Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 

Mr. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. 

Mrs. Gene R. Rouse 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Schubot 

Mrs. Carl L Selden 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L Sheldon 

Mrs. MacL. Sherwood 

Dr. Lawrence Shields 

Dr. William L Shumate, Jr. 

Mrs. Harriet Simpson 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. Slifka 

Mrs. Otto L. Spaeth 

Mrs. Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas 

Mr. and Mrs. George Strumbos 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sundell 

Mrs. Rebekah A. Taube 

The Pace Gallery of New York, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Weed 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Westheimer 

Ms. Elaine Wilde 

Mr. Eli Wilner 

Mrs. Wallace S. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Woodward 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wyeth 

Simon and Paula Young 

$250 or more 

Mr. M. Bernard Aidinoff 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stanton Avery 

Mrs. Freda Bakula 

Dr. and Mrs. James Bannon 



Mr. and Mrs. Bogdan Baynert 

Mr. Gifford R. Beal 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard G. Bechhoefer 

Mr. and Mrs. Mandell L. Berman 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Bielawski 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Blanck 

Mr. John I. Bloom 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blumenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson S. Bogart 

Mrs. Harry Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borman 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bortz, Jr. 

Mrs. John Lee Bunce 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving F. Burton 

Mr. John William Butler, Jr. 

Mrs. Martin L. Butzel 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Canner 

Mrs. Electra M. Carlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Carroll 

Mrs. Joan Hardy Clark 

Mr. Thomas Colville 

Mr. George Comenos 

Mrs. Edith B. Cook 

Mrs. Lammot DuPont Copeland 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cowin 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Cracchiolo 

Mrs. Catherine Curran 

Mrs. Polly Blakeley Davidson 

Mr. Mark G. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. De Woody 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Doerer 

Ms. Odile Duff 

Mrs. Dorothy Dunitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Ecker 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Edelson 

Egan Associates 

Mrs. Beatrice Elkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex J. Etkin 

Mr. Burton D. Farbman 

Mr. Alfred Feinman 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Fleischman 

Mrs. Lewis Fraad 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Frankel 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Fried 

Ms. Eileen Fulkus 

Miss Elizabeth H. Fuller 

Mrs. Viola Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Graham, Jr. 

Mrs. Bernard A. Greenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Grigg 

Mrs. F. V. Grunbaum 

Mrs. Lauren Poplack Hallinan 

Dr. Susan Harold and Mr. Harold 

Schreiber 
O.K. Harris Works of Art 



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Mrs. Pauline L. Harrison 

Mrs. Iola S. Haverstick 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 

Jim Herrington and Carol Camiener 

Mr. Bernard Hirsch and Mrs. Lillian 

Shaye-Hirsch 
Ms. Carherine W. Holmes 
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hovsepian 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Incandela 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Jacob 
Mrs. Alfred Jones 
Mrs. Earle M. Jorgensen 
Ms. Sally Kaplan 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Kingsley 
Ms. Joan Peterson Klimann 
Mrs. Reva Kogan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kogod 
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Korash 
Mr. Werner H. Kramarsky 
Kraushaar Galleries 
Martin J. and Cecile Landay 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Lane 
Dr. Avelina E. Laxa 
Mr. and Mrs. David Leader 
Mrs. Robert H. Levi 
Dr. and Mrs. Kim K. Lie 
Ms. Cheryl Hall Lindsay 
Ms. Kathleen Lingo 
Mr. C. Richard MacGrath 
Mrs. Marion Weber Maker 
Mrs. James S. Marcus 
Mrs. Susan McClatchy 
Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 
Ms. Colleen Messing 
Michigan Bell Telephone Company 
Mr. Daniel Q. Mills 
Mrs. Marian S. Mitchell 
Mr. Mayer Mitchell 
Benjamin Moore Company 
Mrs. Edward P. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse, Jr. 
Mr. Raymond D. Nastier 
Mrs. John U. Nef 
Mrs. Robert M. Newhouse 
Mrs. Barbara Newington 
Ms. Louise R. Noun 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nusbaum 
Mrs. Roy Nutt 

Dr. and Mrs. Kevin T O'Donnell 
Mr. Calvin W. Odom 
Mrs. Harris K. Oppenheimer 
Mrs. Lynda Palevsky 
Dr. and Mrs. David B. Pall 
Mrs. Henry Pearlman 
Ms. Nichole Perk 



Mr. Frank Perry and Ms. Barbara 

Goldsmith 
Gerald Peters Gallery 
Mr. John B. Pierce, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack 
Ms. Kathy Pritchard 
Mrs. James A. Rawley 
Ms. Elizabeth Richebourg Rea 
Mr. Ron Reynolds 
Mrs. E. P. Richardson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Robinson 
Mrs. Tatyana Robson 
Mr. David Rockefeller 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rose 
Mrs. Julia F. Rosenblum 
Mrs. Edwin M. Rosenthal 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rosowski 
Mrs. Harry Rubin 
Mrs. Irene Rubin 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Rubin 
Mr. Donald Saff 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sahlman 
Dr. Ivan C. Schatten 
Mr. Walter Scheuer 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Schoenith 
Mrs. Rudolph B. Schulhof 
Mr. Samuel Schwartz 
Mr. and Mrs. George Seybolt 
Mrs. Stuart R. Shamberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Scharf 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Shaw 
Ms. Barbara Slifka 
Mr. Alan L. Stanzler 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stollman 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Straus 
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Supino 
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Townsend 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Troubh 
Mrs. George T. Trumbull 
Mrs. G. B. Tweedy 
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Usher 
Mr. Robert A. Van Driesen 
Ms. Rosamond B. Vaule 
Mr. Robert C. Vose III 
Ms. Ann Kirk Warren 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasserman 
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Waterman 
Mrs. Elaine G. Weitzen 
Mr. Henry Wade White 
Mr. John Wilmerding 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wineman 
Mrs. Enid S. Winslow 
Mr. Roy Zurkowski 



Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 

Donors of Financial Support 

$ 100, ooo or more 

Mrs. Else Sackler 

Coordination Council, N. American Af- 
fairs Ofc, USA 

$10, 000 or more 

Anonymous 

AMS Foundation for the Arts, Sciences 
and Humanities 

$5,000 or more 
Han-Shih Yang 

$1,000 or more 

The Boeing Co. 

M. Knoedler/Div. of Knoedler-Modarco 

Inc. 
Ms. Cynthia H. Polsky 
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth X. Robbins 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Simon &c Stephen Simon 

$$oo or more 

Anonymous 

Ms. Elizabeth Bayard Weedon 

$250 or more 
Dr. Milo C. Beach 

Donors to the Collection 

Irving Affias and the School of Chinese 
Brushwork, from the Estate of Wang 
Jiyuan. Wang Jiyuan, Chinese, Three 
Sheets of Calligraphy, ink on paper 

(S1991. 15-147)- 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Dowry Bag, cotton thread and 
fabric, early 20th century (S1991.15). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Carrying Case, cotton fabric, 
20th century (S1991.16). 



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Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Sewing Bag, cotton fabric, 
20th century (S199M7). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Carrying Case, cotton fabric, 
20th century (S1991.18). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Carrying Case, cotton fabtic, 
not date listed (S1991.19). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Money belt, fabric, 20th cen- 
tury (S1991.20). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
Pakistan, Camel or horse chesrpiece, 
cotton fabric, 20th century 
(S1991.21). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
Pakistan, Camel or horse chestpiece, 
cotton fabric, 20th century 
(S1991.22). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Turban wrap or shoulder 
cloth, silk and cotton, 20th century 
(S1991.2}). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Shoulder cloth, cotton, 20th 
century (S1991.24). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Headpiece for a horse, cotton, 
20th century (S1991.25). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Cover (?), cotton, silk threads, 
20 century (S1991.26). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Baby's hood (nati), cotton, 
20th century (S1991.27). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Purse/pocket, 20th century 
(S1991.28). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Door hanging (toran), cotton, 
20th century (S1991.29). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Door hanging (toran), hit (un- 
twisted silk floss), indigo cotton, ca. 
1900 (S1991.30). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Blouse (kurta), 20th century 
(S1991.31). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Ftont panel of a blouse, no 
media listed, no date listed (S1991.32). 

Mt. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
Pakistan, Wall hanging (chakla), 
20th century (S1991.33). 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryanr. Pa- 
kistan, Wall hanging, cotton, 20th 
century (S1991.34). 

Mt. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Wall hanging, cotton, 1900- 
1940 (S1991.35). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Skirt (odhani), silk thtead, ca. 
1900 (S1991.36). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Phulkari/bagh, cotton fabric 
and silk thread, 20th century 
(S1991.37). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Quilt (rilly), no media listed, 
20 century (S1991.38). 

Mt. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Quilt (rilly), no media listed, 
20th century (S1991.39). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. Pa- 
kistan, Quilt (rilly), no media listed, 
20th century (S1991.40). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Canopy (chandarvo), dhoti fab- 
tic, 20th century (S1991.41). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Tent (shamiana), no media 
listed, 20th century (S1991.42). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Canopy (chandarvo), no media 
listed, 20th century (S1991.43). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Canopy (chandarvo), printed 
dress fabric, 20th century (S1991.44). 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. M. Bryant. 
India, Katab work Panel, no media 
listed, no date listed (S1991.45). 

Ifan Cheng. The Artist's WhiteCat, 1974, 
ink and colors on paper, by Cheng 
Jiezi, Chinese (S1990.59). 

Ifan Cheng. In the Style of Qia Shumei, 
1944, ink and colors on paper, by 
Cheng Jiezi, Chinese (S1990.60). 

Ifan Cheng. Lofty Scholar in an Autumn 
Grove, 1950, ink and colors on 
paper, by Cheng Jiezi, Chinese 
(S1990.61). 

Ifan Cheng. Plum Flowers and a 
Beauty, i960, ink and colors on 
paper, by Cheng Jiezi, Chinese 
(S1990.62). 

Ifan Cheng. Scholars with a Ruan in a 
Bamboo Grove, late 1950s, ink and col- 
ors on paper, by Cheng Jiezi, Chinese 
(S1990.63). 



Ifan Cheng. Playing the Bamboo Flute, 
1962, ink and colors on paper, by 
Cheng Jiezi, Chinese (S1990.64). 

Ifan Cheng. Eight Drunken Immortals, 
1984, ink and colors on paper, by 
Cheng Jiezi, Chinese (S1990.65). 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore Fotd. Tibet, 
Thanka, 17th C, opaque colots on 
cloth (S1990.20). 

Maureen Jacoby. Chinese, Qianlong Pe- 
riod (?), Calligraphy Album, ink on 
papet, (S1990.58). 

The Honorable and Mrs. William B. 
Leonhart. Japan, Group of Five 
Prints, Various Artists, 19th Century, 
woodblock prints (S1991.148-.152). 

Mrs. John A. Pope. Munakata Shiko, 
Japanese, Self-portrait, 1959, wood- 
block print (S1991.144). 

Richard G. Pritzlaff. Group of 97 Chi- 
nese Portrait Paintings, Bowls, and 
Textiles, $0 of which are the gift of 
Mr. Pritzlaff (S1991. 46-142). 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Slusser. Nepali, 
Avalokitesvara in the Form of Roto 
Matsyendranath, miniature painting 
on manusctipt folio, opaque paints 
on papet, i7-i8th C. (S1990.74). 

Mr. and Mts. H. Robert Slusser. Nepali, 
Dancing Ganesa, miniature painting 
on manuscript folio, opaque paints 
on paper, I7th-l8th C. (S199O.75). 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Slusser. Nepali, 
Three-headed Deity in Skirt of Leaves, 
miniature painting on manuscript 
folio, opaque paints on paper, 17th- 
18th C. (S1990.76). 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Slusset. 
Nepali, Samvara, miniature paint- 
ing on manuscript folio, opaque 
paints on paper, I7th-l8th C. 
(S1990.77). 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Slusser. 
Nepali, Untitled, miniature paint- 
ing on manusctipt folio, opaque 
paints on papet, I7th-l8th C. 
(S1990.78). 

Mary Slusser. Tibetan, 18th Century, 
Pair of Bookcovers and Two Leaves, 
Painted wood, paint and ink on palm 
leaves (S1991. i43. 1-4). 

Funasaka Yoshisuke. Japanese, f}8, 
1986, print, woodblock and silk- 
screen on paper. Gift of the Artist 
(S1990.22). 



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Funasaka Yoshisuke. Japanese, M14, 
1989, print, woodblock and silk- 
screen on paper, Gift of the Artist 
(S1990.25). 

Funasaka Yoshisuke. Japanese, M16, 
1989, print, woodblock and silk- 
screen on paper. Gift of the Artist 
(S1990.I4). 

Funasaka Yoshisuke. Japanese, Mi/, 
1989, print, woodblock and silk- 
screen on paper. Gift of the Artist 
(S1990.25). 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

All Nippon Airways. Seven round-trip 
tickets for consultations between 
staff and representatives of the 
Bunka-cho regarding the "Ancient 
Japan" exhibition. 



Freer Gallery of Art 

Donors of Financial Support 
$500, 000 or more 

Foundation for Cultural Heritage 
The Phillip L. Graham Fund 

$100,000 or more 

Mrs. Katherine Graham 

The Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer 

Foundation 
Nomura Securities/Nomura Cultural 

Foundation 
T T. Tsui 

$ 50, 000 or more 

The Island Fund in the N.Y Commu- 
nity Trust 

% 10, 000 or more 

The Richard Louie Memorial Trust 

$5 000 or more 

Ellen Bayard Weedon Foundation 



$1,000 or more 

The Boeing Company 
Mrs. Raymond E. Cox 
Samuel H. Kress Foundation 

$S00 or more 
Cecile E. MacTaggart 



Joint Gifts to Arthur M. 
Sackler Gallery and Freer 
Gallery of Art 

Donors of Financial Support 

$ SO, 000 or more 

Mellon Publications Endowment Fund 

$ 1, 000 or more 

Cosmetic, Toiletry & Fragrance 
Association 

Friends of Asian Art 
$5,000 or more 

Mrs. Jackson Burke 
C.E. & S. Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. Lally 
Mrs. John A. Pope 
Elizabeth Sackler 

$ 2, 500 or more 

Mr. & Mrs. Willard G. Clark 
Mr. & Mrs. Hart Fessenden 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Ford 
Mr. Joseph E. Honing 
Baron & Baroness Guy Ullens 

$ 1, 000 or more 

Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. John T Bennett 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Bunker 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Curtis 



Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Daly III 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Danziger 

Mr. Robert Ellsworth 

Mr. & Mrs. Giuseppe Eskenazi 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Feinberg 

Mr. & Mrs. Irwin C. Gerson 

Dr. Kurt A. Gitter & Ms. Alice Yelen 

Mrs. Rolf Jacoby 

Mr. Andrew Kahane 

Madame Tomo Kikuchi 

Ms. Misao Kikuchi 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert H. Kinney 

Mr. Simon Sin-Ming Kwan & Ms. 

Penny Shin-Ting Cheung 
The Honorable William & Mrs. 

Leonhart 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Linowes 
Mr. Sc Mrs. William R. Loomis, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Marks 
The Honorable George C. McGhee 
Dr. & Mrs. Stanton Nolan 
Mr. & Mrs. David Osnos 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Pritzker 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Reeves 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Robbins 
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Sokol 
Mr. Saburo Takahashi 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Walton 
Mrs. William S. Weedon 
Ms. Shelby White 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Zeidman 
Mr. Benjamin Zucker 

$250 or more 

Nien Yuan Yao Cheng 



Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10,000 or more 

The Samuel H. Kress Foundation 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Clinical Radiologists, PA. 
Xeroradiograph^ equipment 



151 



Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum Of Design 

Donors of Financial Support 
$$0, 000 or more 

Barra Foundation 
Estate of Helen Buckner 
TheJ.M. Kaplan Foundation 
Andrew Mellon Foundation 
Steelcase Design Partnership 

$10,000 or more 

General Electric Foundation 

The Estate of Dona I. Guimaraes 

The Hayden Family Foundation 

Frank and Lisina Hoch 

Mrs. John Jay Ide 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Krueger 

New York State Council on the Arts 

The Overbrook Foundation 

The Arthur Ross Foundation 

Royal Copenhagen 

Helena Rubinstein Foundation 

The Charles E. Sampson Trust 

$% 000 or more 

Mr. David Baird.Jr. 
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. 
Brunschwig & Fils, Inc. 
Liz Claiborne Foundation 
Consolidated Edison Co. of NY 
Charles Engelhard Foundation 
Drue Heinz Foundation 
Peter Krueger-Chrisrie's Foundation 
McGraw-Hill, Inc. 
Herman Miller, Inc. 
Newel Art Galleries Inc. 
John M. Olin Foundation, Inc. 
PRT Corporation of America 
Mr. Gregory Wal lance 

$1,000 or more 

Didier Aaron, Inc. 

Mrs. Robert C. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Altschul 

American Portuguese Society 

Anonymous Gift 

Mrs. Brooke Astor 



Elmer & Elenore Balaban Fund 

William N. Banks Foundation 

Ms. Anne H. Bass 

Frederick Batrus Foundation 

Beazero Materials & Services, Inc. 

Mrs. Henry F. Berlin 

Charles & Yvette Bluhdorn Charitable 
Trust 

Mrs. Karen Johnson Boyd 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bruckmann 

Mrs. Walter Burke 

Edward Lee Cave Inc. 

Conde Nast Publications 

Ms. Priscilla Cunningham 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Evans 

Five Words, Inc. 

Mr. David Fogelson 

Lawrence M. Gelb Foundation, Inc. 

Patrick A. Gerschel Foundation, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Parker Gilbert 

Mr. George Gillespie III 

Clifford and Katherine Goldsmith Phil- 
anthropic Fund 

The I. Grace Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Gruss 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Guittari 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gutfreund 

Mark Hampton Inc. 

Mrs. Enid A. Haupt 

Hearst Magazines 

Hermes of Paris, Inc. 

Noel Jeffrey, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Deane F. Johnson 

Herman & Ruth Kahn Foundation, Inc. 

Ms. Phyllis Lambert 

John S. Latsis (USA) Inc. 

Joe &c Emily Lowe Foundation 

Mrs. Maria N. Lyras 

Mr. C. Richard MacGrath 

Ms. Liselotte Millard 

Mr. Kenneth B. Miller 

Estate of Marion K. Morgan 

Enid & Lester S. Morse Foundation 

Ms. Pauline Nunen 

The Alexander S. Onassis Center for 
Hellenic Studies 

Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc. 

RWS Foundation 

Frederick W. Richmond Foundation 

Mr. Arthur Ross 

Scalamandre Silks, Inc. 

S.H. & Helen R. Scheuer Family 
Foundation 

F. Schumacher & Co. 

Joseph E. Seagrams & Sons 



The Sherrill Foundation 

Stephen Sills, Inc. 

William E. Simon Foundation 

Ms. Frances Smyth 

The Ruth and Frank Stanton Fund 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul P. Steinberg 

Robert A.M. Stern Architects 

Ms. Nancy Arnot Taussig 

Time- Warner, Inc. 

Mr. Jonathan M. Tisch 

Ms. Anna Glen B. Vietor 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Veronis 

Wellington Foundation, Inc. 

Pierre J. Wertheimer Foundation 

John Wiley & Sons Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Williams 

$ $00 or more 

Mr. Fred M. Alger, III 
Mr. and Mrs. O. Kelley Anderson, Jr. 
Mr. William N. Banks 
Mr. Josef Bartnet 
Mr. Maurice J. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birtley Brant, Jr. 
Ms. Emily Bruce 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stafford Bryant 
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Burden 
Mr. Gregory P. Callimanopulos 
LeoCastelli, Inc. 
Ms. Judith L Chiara 
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Coumantaros 
Mrs. Gardner Cowles 
Mrs. Joan K. Davidson 
Ms. Elizabeth de Cuevas 
Diana Maxtone-Graham Interiors 
The David Dreman Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Duke 
Mrs. Joanne du Pont 
Mr. Albert I. Edelman 
Forbes Foundation 
Suzie Frankfurt, Inc. 
Ms. Katherine A. Fuller 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garavaglia 
Golden Family Foundation 
Ms. Joyce Golden 
Mr. Harmon Goldstone 
Good Neighbor Foundation, Inc. 
Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates 
Kitty Hawks, Inc. 
Innocenti &c Webel 
Mr. and Mrs. Deane F. Johnson 
Jed Johnson 6c Associates, Inc. 
Josef Traffic Consulting & Expediting 
Service, Inc. 



151 



Mr. Harry Kahn 

Mr. Peter H. Kaufman 

Mr. Thomas L. Kempner 

Ms. Kristen L Kossmann 

Mr. Theodore V. Kruckel, III 

James A. Lebenthal 1983 Charitable 

Lead Trust Fund 
Ms. Michelle Smith Liss 
Mr. Carl D. Lobell 
Loving & Weintraub, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Marron 
J. Mavec & Company Ltd. 
McRoberts Protective Agency, Inc. 
Ms. Carol Mehler 
Ms. Pauline Metcalf 
Mrs. Damon Mezzacappa 
Ms. Caroline Rennolds Milbank 
Mr. Edward Munves, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. J. Brien Murphy 
New York Building Supply Corp. 
Mr. and Mrs. Derek Ostergard 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Petrie 
Mr. William Rayner 
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Robinson, Jr. 
James Robinson, Inc. 
Mr. Edwin G. Roos 
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan E. Saint-Amand 
Ms. Sheri S. Sandler 
Ms. Laurie Schechter 
Ms. Anne Schirrmeister 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schoenfeld 
Sean West Sculley & Associates 

Architect 
Dr. Philip Segal 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Seiter 
Mrs. Carl L. Selden 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith 
Ms. Barbara Sourherland 
Mr. Thomas O. Stanley 
Mr. Robert A. M. Stern 
Mrs. Jane K. Stubbs 
Mrs. Marietta E. Tree 
United Industrial Corp. 
Valentine Wildove & Co. Inc. 
Van Cleef & Arpels, Inc. 
Vernay & Jussel 
Walker Group/CNI 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Ward 
Mr. Peter Warshaw 
Mr. William A. Warshaw 
Ms. Harriet Weintraub 
Mr. Angus Wlkie 



$2$oor more 

A La Vielle Russie, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Garett J. Albert 

Mr. Robinson F. Alford 

Mr. Nawaf Attar 

Mr. Thomas Barr, IV 

Ms. Claire M. Barry 

Mr. Jonathan A. Berg 

Mr. William Bernhard and Ms. 
Catherine Cahill 

Mr. Louis H. Blumengarten 

Ms. Betty J. Bobrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Marco Borghese 

Ms. Elizabeth P. Borish 

Mario Buatta Inc. 

Mr. George Bush 

Mr. Demosthenes M. Canakis 

Mr. Chester Cleaver 

Mr. James Coleman 

The Cooper Union for the Advance- 
ment of Science and Art 

Mr. Niels DifFrient 

T.R. Embry 

Mr. Thomas P. Espy 

Mrs. Thomas W. Estes 

Mr. Robert Felner 

Ms. Susan P. Firestone 

Fonthill, Ltd. 

Mr. Walter A. Forbes 

Mr. Jamie Gibbs 

Glorious Food, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley J. Godfrey 

Mr. Yves Gonnet 

Mr. William Grant 

Mr. James A. Hansen 

Mr. August Heckscher 

Ms. Vivian G. Heffran 

Christopher Hyland, Inc. 

Interbank of New York 

Mr. Robert Jackson 

Ms. Laura Johnson 

Mr. Martin R. Kaufman 

Ms. Margaret Kelly 

Ms. Margaret L. Keon 

Mr. Thomas P. Kikis 

Ms. Moya B. King 

Mr. David W. Knowlton 

The H. Frederick Kximendahl II 
Foundation 

Peter Hans Kunz Company 

Mr. Francis A. L'Esperance, III 

Mr. and Mrs. Treyton N. Laird 

Ms. Demetra Lalaounis 

Mr. David C. Lamb 



Mr. Jack Lerner Larson 

The Leslie Fay Companies, Inc. 

Mr. David P. Linquist 

Mr. Gregory R. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Lowerre 

Mr. Anthony T.F. Lundy 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mailer-Howat 

Mr. Peter Marino 

Ms. Christina Mavrophilippas 

Ms. Helen Mavrophilippas 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard McCarthy 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGee 

Mr. and Mrs. James McGovern 

Mitchell Energy & Dev. Corp. 

Mr. Jerry Pantelidis 

Charles Patteson Associates 

Mr. Nicholas M. Pentecost 

Mr. Douglas R. Peterson 

Mr. James Phelan 

Mrs. Beverly Lang Pierce 

Ms. Mary Jane Pool 

Trevor Potts Antiques, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Powers 

Priory Partners 

Mr. Alan Quarterman 

Ms. Carol Raskind 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Ray 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Rogers 

Mr. Charles M. Royce 

Mr. Julian F. Rundle 

Mr. Steven Sampson 

Mr. Peter SchafFer 

Ms. Marilyn Seltzer 

Ms. Whitney St. John 

Ms. Lisa Stevens 

Mr. Jeffrey T. Stevenson 

Ms. Stephanie Stokes 

Ms. Lida D. Sunderlan 

Mr. John Tackett 

Mr. Alan C. Tanksley 

Mr. John H. Theodoracopulos 

Ms. Charles D. Urstadt 

Ms. Alexandra Vartan 

Ms. Helene Von Rosenstiel 

Christopher Walling, Inc. 

Mr. Kevin Ward 

Grey Watkins, Ltd. 

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Weingarten 

Ms. Eunice Williams 

Ms. May Wohlman 

Ms. Debra Wollens 

Ms. Lisa R. Zenkel 

Mrs. Mary Zimbalist 



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Donors to the Collection 

Anonymous Donor. Eight fans of vari- 
ous types. (1991-83-1-8). 

Anonymous Donor. Invitation, Lino 
Sabbattini, 1982. (15)91-77-1). 

Anonymous Donor. Woodcut book 
illustrations, 16th century, German. 
(1991-79-1-19) 

Ms. Garance Aufaure. Inkwell made by 
C. Greber ca. 1890, France. (1991-72- 
I). 

Mr. Hiroshi Awatsuji. Three printed 
cottons designed by Hiroshi 
Awatsuji, Japan, 1988. (1991-29-1-3). 

Mr. Hiroshi Awatsuji. Plates: "Miki," 
"Seki," "Hana" designed by Hiroshi 
Awatsuji; 1988, Japan. (1991-41-1-3). 

Estate of Frederick N. Babbish. 196070 
Italian furniture prototypes. (1991-94- 

I-I4)- 

Ms. Clothilde Bacri. "Nevada" Bowl; de- 
signed by Hilton Mac Connico; 1987- 
88, France. "Etrangetes" Table; 
designed by Philippe Starck; 1988, 
France. (1991-67-1,2). 

Mrs. Maurice Benjamin. 25 architec- 
tural renderings for furniture and in- 
teriors by Jacques E. Kahn. 
(1991-43-1-25). 

Mrs. Edna Sloan Beron. Brooch by Olaf 
Skoogfors, 1972, U.S.A. (1991-56-1) 

Ms. Bonnie Bledsoe-Fuchs. Food mold: 
"Jel-N-Serve," manufactured by 
Tupperware, 196OS/7S, Florida, 
U.S.A. (1991-33-ia/g). 

Mr. Mel Byars. Wall clock designed by 
George Nelson, 1949, U.S.A. (1991- 
26-1). 

Mr. Mel Byars. Collection of 20th cen- 
tury furnishings and tablewares. 
(1991-59-1-178). 

Carnegie Fabrics, Inc. Length of 
XOREL. (1990-147-ia/e) 

Cincinnati Art Museum. Wallpaper 
lengths. (1990-129-1-34). 

Ms. Marian Clayden. Fabric: "Garden 
Path"; Sample; Shawl: "Mendochino 
Drift," Gtid; Belt; produced by Mar- 
ian Clayden. (1991-87-1) 

Ms. Margaret Corey. Fragment of a bro- 
caded silk used and possibly woven 
in Russia, 19th c. (1991-24-1) 

Mrs. Rosemary Corroon. Pin: Bird and 
Floral Spray, 19th century, England. 



Gift in memory of Elizabeth Lewis 
Murray. (1991-50-1). 

Creation Baumann. Two fabrics pro- 
duced by Creation Baumann, Switzer- 
land "Metalon Print" and "Orris." 
(1991-23-1,2). 

Davis, Brody & Assoc. (Mr. Lewis Davis 
and William H. Paxson) Doghouse, 
plans and model. (1991-16-1-6"). 

Ms. Michele Oka Doner. Eight silver, 
two bronze buttons designed by Mi- 
chele Oka Doner and Jorden Doner; 
1990. (1991-38-1-10). 

Mr. David Dufour. Brass dish, ca. 1884- 
90. (1990-144-1) 

Mr. Thomas Ettinghausen. Mirror de- 
signed by Jim Dine. Gift in memoty 
of Richard Ettinghausen. (1990-169- 
1). 

Ms. Georgina von Etzdorf. Four invita- 
tions, Stormy Weather, Rhythm, 
Fan, and Blue Heaven, designed by 
G. von Etzdorf. (1991-36-1-4). 

Ms. Frances Ferguson and Mr. Walter 
Ben Michaels. 20 panels of a French 
scenic paper, "The Races," produced 
by the Zuber Company and designed 
by Jean-Julian Deltil. (1991-104-ia/cc) 

Ms. Monique Fink. "Cachet" perfume 
advertising. (1990-149-1-12). 

Ms. Monique Fink. Prototypes of per- 
fume bottles. Gift in memory of 
Peter Fink. (1991-61-1-14). 

Ms. Jacqueline Fowler. Sample of 
printed fabric designed by Josef 
Hoffmann, early 20th c. (1991-88-1). 

Mrs. Elsa Freund. Three-strand necklace 
by Elsa Freund, 1948, Florida, U.S.A. 
(1991-40-1). 

Gallery 91. Stool designed by Takenobu 
Igarashi, 1989. (1990-163-1) 

Ms. Cora Ginsberg. Strip of parchment 
for the making of needlelace with lace 
still attached, England, late 17th c. 

Ms. Dorothy Globus. "Picnic Kit" of 
wooden eating utensils. (1990-130-1- 
20). 

Mr. Edward Goldman. Book of foil and 
vinyl wallpaper samples. (1990-30-1- 
109). 

Mr. Nicholas Goldsmith & Ali Tayar. 
Drawings for "Pup Tent" doghouse 
design. (1990-154-1). 

Mr. and Mrs. Eitel Groetschke. Suite of 
jewerly by Frank Rebajes. Gift in 



memory of Pauline and Frank 
Rebajes. (1990-138-1-3). 
Mr. Gerald Gulotta. Drawings, photo- 
stats of teapots designed by Gerald 
Gulotta, 1985 and 1987, U.S.A. (1991- 

78-I-I3)- 
Estate of Dona Guimaraes. Album of 

holiday cards/Victorian ephemera. 

(1991-20-1). 
Estate of Dona Guimaraes. Embossed 

card of trophies. (1991-20-2). 
Ms. Julia Haiblen. Sugar bowl and 

cream pitcher made by A.H. Heisey 

& Co. ca. 1913-35, Ohio, U.S.A. (1991- 

7-i.D 

Ms. Julia Haiblen. Pair of candlesticks 
made by Chase, U.S.A. (1991-13-1,2) 

Ms. Julia Haiblen. Toothbrush and 
holder designed by Philippe Starck 
ca. 1990. (1991-49-ia/c) 

Mr. Paul Haigh. Drawings for "All-See- 
ing Eye Doghouse" design. (1990-155- 

I). 

Ms. Titi Halley. Strip of parchment for 
the making of needlelace, 17th cen- 
tury, England. (1991-85-1). 

Ms. Jody Harrow. Samples of furnishing 
fabric designed and printed by Jody 
Harrow. (1990-160-1) 

Heberlein Textildtuck. Thtee lengths of 
printed fabric, one sample. (1990-132- 

1-4)- 

Mrs. Jane Hershey. Necklaces, "Totem" 
"Abacus," neckring; by Elsa Freund, 
1955-65, Florida, U.S.A. (1991-39-1,2) 

Mrs. Eugene Hines. "Murphy" Dinette. 
(1990-156-1) 

Mr. Paul Hollister. Luncheon cloth with 
map of night spots. (1990-146-1) 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hootkin, Ms. 
Maria Friedrich. "Oka Chair" de- 
signed by Michele Oka Doner; 1989, 
U.S.A. (I99I-73-I). 

Mrs. John Jay Ide. Drawing, Project for 
an English Landscape Garden ca. 
1775, French School. Gift in memory 
of John Jay Ide. (1991-44-1). 

Intair. Two fabrics produced by Intair, 
"Shari" and "Random." (1991-19-1,2) 

Interarts. Clothing and maps made of 
map-ptinted tyvek; produced by Es- 
selte Map Service; Sweden. (1991-14-1- 

7) 
Jacques Jugeat, Inc. Glassware, 
"Pomerol" pattern. Produced by 



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Cristalleries de Saint-Louis; 1925, 
France. (1991-96-1-5) 

Miss Ann Kandel. Peep-show and case, 
"Her Majesty's Silver Jubilee." (1990- 
l48-ia,b). 

Dr. Ellery Karl. Seven labels for to- 
bacco, Scotten, Dillon Co., late 
I9th/early 20th century, U.S.A. (1991- 

76-1-7). 
Mr. Robert Kelly. Wallpaper label, "Les 
Vues De Suisse" manufactured by 
Zubet & Cie, 1900-25, Ftance. (1991- 

35-0- 

Knoll International. Stacking chairs, 
chest of drawers, diamond chair, 
chair, stool. (1990-139-1-6) 

Knoll International. Length of pt inted 
fabric "Grandmother Pattern" de- 
signed by Robert Venturi, produced 
by Knoll. (1990-162-1) 

Knoll International. Venturi "Chippen- 
dale" chair designed by Robert Ven- 
turi, 1984, U.S.A. (1991-6-1) 

Koch Sc Lowy, Inc. Retracable desk 
lamp, "Jazz," designed by Ferdinand 
Alexander Porsche, Milan, Italy. 
(1991-12-1) 

Koch & Lowy, Inc. Lamp, "Edipo," de- 
signed by Mario Barbaglia and 
Marco Colombo, 1990, Italy. (1991-28- 
1) 

Ms. Lisa Krohn. Prototype wtist com- 
puter or "Regional Information and 
Communication Port" designed by 
Lisa Krohn, 1988, U.S.A. (1991-64- 
1). 

Mr. Paul Laird. Drawings for poster de- 
signs by E. McKnight Kauffer. (1991- 
22-1-5). 

Mr. Arthur Lindo and Jay Loebel. "Tran- 
sistor Phonoradio," manufactured by 
Tact ca. 1960s, Japan. (1991-92-1). 

Ms. Suzanne Lipschutz. 278 rolls of 
mass produced American and Cana- 
dian wallpapers circa 1930-1970. 
(1991-89-1-278) 

Ms. Elisabeth Little. Cup and saucer of 
"American Modern" designed by 
Russell Wright, 1939-59, Ohio, 
U.S.A. (1991-8-1). 

Ms. Phyllis Dearborn Massar. Festival 
Designs for July 14 Celebration, 
1830 's, Felix Duban. Purchase with 
assistance from Ms. Massar. (1991-17- 
1-20). 



Mr. David McFadden. Trade catalogue 
for "Mobilitet," Norwegian Ind. Dev. 
Co, 20th century. (1991-1-1). 

Mr. David McFadden. Disposable ra- 
zors; mousetrap; money clip; tooth- 
brush; peeler. (1991-91-1-27) 

Mr. David McFadden. Necklace, 
194OS/195OS, France. (1991-48-1). 

Mr. Charles W. Moore. Four views of 
"Flea Folly" doghouse by Charles W. 
Moore, 1990, U.S.A. (1991-15-1-4). 

Mr. Carlo Moretti. Glasses, "Calici 
Natale 1990," made by Carlo Moretti 
Studio, Italy. (1991-75-1-6) 

Ms. Gillian Moss. Printed ribbon, 
"Smile," produced by Offray, 1980s, 
U.S.A. (1991-54-1). 

Mr. Josef Mrozek. Milk jug, warming 
stand manufactured by Villeroy & 
Boch, ca. 1930, Germany. (1991-34-1,2) 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Murgio. Archive 
of William Metzig.(i99i-8o-i). 

Ms. Sue Palmet. Fabric: "Chrome City," 
"Jeweled Sky," "Tree of Life" de- 
signed by Sue Palmer. (1991-57-1-3) 

Ms. Dianne H. Pilgrim. "Braquette" ad- 
justable frame designed by Nathan 
Horwirt ca. 1960-70, U.S.A. (1991-4- 
1). 

Ms. Cynthia Plaut. A toll of wallpaper 
circa 1925. 

Mr. Marc Rabun. A fragment of imita- 
tion leather paper circa 1880. (1991-82- 
1). 

Robbe & Berking Silber. Cutlery, 
"Edo," designed by Bibs Hosak- 
Robb, Germany. (1991-65-1-4). 

Mr. John V. Rowan, Jr. Teapot, by 
Gorham, ca. 1880, U.S.A. Gift in 
memory of Winifred D. Shrubsole. 
(1991-63-1). 

Royal Copenhagen A/S Denmark. Cup 
and saucer designed by Vivianna 
Torun Bulow-Hube, ca. 1989, Den- 
mark. (1991-93-1,2) 

Mrs. Berta Rudofsky. Printed fabric, 
"Fractions" designed by Bernard 
Rudofsky U.S.A., 1950-51. (1991-101- 
1) 

Ms. Deborah S. Shjnn. Portable hair 
dryer. d990-i3i-ia,b) 

Mr. William Shopsin. Set of men's toi- 
letries, "Nine Flags," distributed by 
Colton Co., late 1960s, U.S.A. (1991- 
71-1-7) 



Smart Design Inc. (Tucker Viemeister, 
Tom Dair, and Peter Stathis). Draw- 
ings for "Lassie Come Home" dog- 
house. (1991-2-1). 

Mr. Harvey Smith. Two fabrics indigo 
resist dyed, designed by Harvey 
Smith, ca. 1945. (1991-86-1,2) 

Mr. Milton Sonday. Four printed rib- 
bons produced by Offray, ca. 1990. 

(I99I-55-1-4) 

Mr. Milton Sonday. Invitation ftom 
champagne cocktail. (1991-**-!) 

Sophis Systems. Woven images of Pope 
John Paul II and a head by Botticelli. 
(1990-145-1,2) 

Emily and Jerry Spiegel. Festival De- 
signs for July 14 Celebration, 1830s, 
Felix Duban. Purchase with assis- 
tance from the Spiegel. (1991-17-1-20). 

Mt. Eddie Squires. Fabric designed and 
printed by David Exley, England, 
1971-72. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Fabric: "Lunar 
Rocket," "Squash," "Cat and Tinned 
Eye." (1991-102-1-3) 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Printed cotton de- 
signed by David Exley for Twigs, San 
Francisco, 1984. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Length of printed 
fabric with nautical motifs, England, 
I950's. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Sample length of 
printed fabric: "Bassetts's Licorice 
Allsorts," England, late 1930s or 
early 1940's. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Length of printed 
fabric "Caylx" designed by Lucienne 
Day, England 1951. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. Two woven furnish- 
ing fabrics produced by Morton Sun- 
dour, England, 1930s. 

Mr. Eddie Squires. T-shirt designed and 
printed by David Exley, 1984-86. 

Mrs. Alice Stern. Plate with armorial 
devices made by Vieillard & Cie, late 
19th century, France. (1991-51-1). 

Ms. Margaret Stern. Tartanware, Scot- 
land, from the collection of Pt eston 
R. Bassett. (1990-153-1-14). 

Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor. "Healy Gold" ta- 
bleware manufactured by Chryso Ce- 
ramics, ca. 1900, U.S.A. (1991-11-1-7). 

Mr. Dalmar Adams Tifft. Collection of 
endpapers, 18th, 19th, 20th centuries, 
various countries. (1991-3-1-13). 



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Mr. Everett Turk. Samples of fabrics pro- 
duced by Auburn Fabrics under the 
direction of Evetett Turk. (1991-25-1- 
26). 

Various Donors. Posters, ca. 1970-81, 
U.S.A. (1991-69-1-126). 

Vereinigte Werkstatten. Sample book of 
warp dyed velvet, "Rigato." (1990- 
161-1). 

Mr. Dennis Vincelette. Wallpapers 
squares circa 1969. (1991-95-1-9) 

Mr. David Wallance and Mr. Gregory 
Wallance. Archive of Don Wallance. 
(1991-81-1) 

Mr. Paul F. Walter. Tableware. (1991-30- 
1-56) 

Mr. Paul F. Walter. "Fiesta" tableware 
designed by Frederick H. Rhead, ca. 
1940-60, U.S.A. (1991-68-1-14). 

Warner Fabrics. Selection of fabrics. 
(1991-103-1-19) 

Ms. Faith D. Waterman. Two embroi- 
dered bags, Vienna, 1890's. (1991-74-1,2) 

Ms. Faith D. Waterman. Belt slides, buck- 
les, 1920-40, France. (1991-70-1-7). 

Mr. Henry Walter Weiss. Plate, teapot, 
sugarbowl, cream pitcher. Gift in 
memory of Eleanor Breckir. (1990- 
168-1-4). 

Westnofa U.S.A. "Siesta" chair and foot- 
stool designed by Ingmar Relling, 
1965, Orsta, Norway. (1991-5-1,2) 

WMF Aktiengesellschaft. Cutlery, "Park 
Avenue" designed by Marteo Thun ca. 
1990, Germany. (1991-37-1-4). 

WMF Aktiengesellschaft. Flatware, 
"Celona" pattern designed by Franz 
Lipp. '99 1 . Germany. (1991-66-1-4). 



Mr. Mario Buarta. 350 samples of honey- 
suckle potpourri used as party favors 
for the June 3rd benefit. 

Carillon Importers, Ltd. Two cases each 
of Absolut Citron and Bombay Sap- 
phire used for special events. 

Crabtree and Evelyn. 350 soap samples 
used as party favors. 

Greek National Tourist Organization. 
350 1990 Greece tourist books. 

HC Magazine. 500 magazines fot the 
June 3td benefit. 

J. Mavec and Company, Ltd. 150 gift 
bags. 

Pantone Foundation. Speaker fees and 
lunch for lecture. 

San Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Min- 
eral Water. 25 cases of mineral watet 
for special events. 

F. Schumachet & Co. 350 date books 
and 350 gift bags for the June 3td 
benefit. 



Hirshhorn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10,000 or more 

Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual 

Arts 
Awards in the Visual Arts 
Robert Lehrman 



Donors of In-Kind Support ^ 000 „ more 



Mr. Fred M. Alger, III. $500 underwrit- 
ing for June 3rd benefit. 

Aqua Libra. 10 cases of Aqua Libra for 
special events. 

Arnell/Bickford Associates. Design and 
ptinting of invitations for the Junior 
Committee benefit. 

Jim Beam Brands Co. Two cases of whis- 
key for special events. 

Benetton Cosmetics Corporation. 350 
bottles of Male/Female cologne used 
as party favors. 

Brunschwig and Fils. Fabric for the Ju- 
nior Committee benefit decor. 



BMW of North America 
Washington Post 

$1,000 or more 

Art Promotion Service Ltd. 

$S00 or more 

James T Demetrion 
Florence Miller 
Sigmar Polke 



Donors to the Collection 

Robert Arneson. General Nuke, 1985, 
glazed ceramic and bronze on granite 
base, by Robert Arneson (90.12). 

Ronald and Fraya Feldman. A Ship of 
Fools or A Wooden Skyscraper for the 
Jolly Company, 1988-90, etching on 
paper, by Alexander Brodsky and Ilya 
Utkin (91.10). 

Agnes Gund. Ascension, 1945, painted 
wood, brass, and metal, by Theodore 
Roszak (91.12). 

Agnes Gund (50% interest). The 
Brueghel Series (A Vanitas of Style) 
Monochrome, Second Version, 1982-85, 
oil on canvas, by Pat Steir (91.14). 

Agnes Gund (50% interest). Contact, 
1982, enamel on honeycomb fiber- 
glass panel with aluminum fasteners, 
by Robert Ryman (91.13). 

Agnes Gund. Lure II, 1979, papet and 
copper leaf on balsa wood frame, by 
Bryan Hunt (91.11). 

Olga Hirshhorn. Various books to the 
museum's library. 

Gordon Locksley and George T. Shea. 
Untitled II, 1987, cast iron, by Win 
Knowlton (90.25). 

Manya Machado. Untitled (Circus Scene), 
1936, woodcut on paper, by Chaim 
Gross (90.24). 

Robert Moskowitz. Untitled, 1961, rab- 
bit-skin glue, pure pigment, and col- 
lage on canvas, by Robert Moskowitz 
(90.20). 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Balair. Service gift of director's transpor- 
tation to and from Switzetland. 

Nathana Josephs. Donation of San Pelle- 
grino mineral water for special events. 



National Air and 
Space Museum 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

McDonnell Douglas Corporation 



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Lotus Development Corporation 
Alfred Sloan foundation 



$ $0, ooo or more 

Estate of Pauline Edwards 
Fokker Aircraft U.S.A., Inc. 

$ io, ooo or more 

Allstate Insurance Company 

Airline Pilots Association 

International Association of Amuse- 
ment Parks and Attractions 

American Society of Neuroradiology 

Barnes Group Inc. 

The Emil Buehler Trust 

Columbia Pictures 

Hughes Danbury Optical Systems Inc. 

Delsey Luggage Inc. 

Fairchild Space & Defense Corporation 

Tak Inagaki Productions, Inc. 

Johnson & Johnson 

Eastman Kodak Company 

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 

Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 

MITRE Corporation 

National Space Club 

Prudential Asset Management Company 

Rockwell International 

Romanoff International, Inc. 

Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation 

SNECMA, Inc. 

Telecttonics Pacing Systems, Inc. 

United Airlines 

United States League of Savings 
Institutions 

Whirlpool Corporation 

$S,oooor more 

Allied Specialty Insurance, Inc. 
Estate of Ralph S. Barnaby 
Bob's Space Racers, Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton Brechner 
Open Systems Conference Board 



$1,000 



or more 



Eaton Foundation 
Rodetick and Edith McColl 



$ 500 or more 

Capital Informer 
Ruben F. Mertler 
Helen J. McCray 

$250 or more 

American Medical Association 
Mildred W. Kirby 
Christopher H. Stetser 

Donors to Collections 

Albert Aikin: Washington Airlines cap- 
tain uniform, male, c. 1968 (3 items). 

Louise Beatty: Endurance trophy and 
plaque. 

Jean Begley Bluestien: Continental Air- 
lines flight attendant uniform, fe- 
male, c. 1941 (7 items). 

Madame Chu Ching-ho: Chinese wind 
toys (2 items) 

Patricia L Cunnington: Braniff Interna- 
tional flight attendant uniform, fe- 
male, c. 1965 (8 items) 

Rowland Emmett: Luna Cycle sculp- 
ture. 

Mrs. Norman Faraldo: Pan American 
Airlines pennant, c. 1928. 

June Freemazon: Pratt & Whitney R- 
4360 B6 engine. 

Estate of Constance Morss Fiske: 72 bal- 
looning prints. 

Victor Hess: Wulf Electroscope 

Robert Matheny: Mixed media 
sculpture. 

Joyce Maxson: German Zeppelin L-49 
altimeter. 

Victoria McLaughlin: Piedmont Air- 
lines summer and winter flight atten- 
dant uniforms, female, c. 1989 (16 
items). 

Robert C, Mikesh: relief map of South 
Kotea. 

National Space Development Agency of 
Japan: H-I and H-II launch vehicles. 

Northrop Corporation: painting, oil on 
canvas. 

Raymond E. Oliver: memorabilia from 
Eastern Airlines (4 items). 

Fred W. Patterson, III: Goodyeat 
ZPG2K Airship Car Assembly. 

Louis R. Purnell: USAAF 99th Squad- 
ron memorabilia (9 items); two 



Campaigne medals, one Victoty 
medal, WW II. 

Royal Air Force Museum: Four 
Hispano-Suiza aircraft cannons. 

Herbert Russell: four American Air- 
lines flight attendant uniforms, 
male, c. 1976-86 (39 items). 

San Diego Aerospace Museum: Peugeot 
V-8 engine and parts. 

Stephanie L. Sands: Delta Airlines 
Flight Attendant uniform, c. 1961 (4 
items). 

Gerald Saxton: Radial Pitcarin Brewer 
engine. 

William F. Seals: Braniff International 
Aitlines captain uniform, male, c. 
1982 (5 items). 

Thomas B. Settle: Radio microphone. 

Alan C. Stoddart: Flight clothing and 
avionics (18 items) 

University of Arizona, Spectra Physics 
Lab: Infrared spectrometer (4 items). 

US Army Center of Military Histoty, 
Museum Division: Hermes A3A 
missile. 

US Army, Missile Command, MICOM: 
Pershing II missile and erector- 
launcher. 

US Navy: F8D Weapon Systems Trainer 

US Ordnance Museum, Aberdeen: Sig- 
nal Rocket Parachute, WW I. 

Richard Webb: Captain Midnight mem- 
orabilia, c. 1954 (13 items) 

Jim Webster: US Air Officer uniform, 
male, c. 1986 (6 items) 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

ERDAS, Inc.: ERDAS software to be 
utilized by Sun Workstations in the 
"Center For Earth And Planetary Sci- 
ences" exhibit. 

Northwest Airlines: airline tickets fot 
official travel of "N ASM Staff 
Members." 

RasterOps Corporarion: two RasterOps 
SPARC Card TC PIP Boards to im- 
prove Sun Sparc Station Equipment for 
"The Laboratory For Astrophysics." 

United Aitlines: tickets for official 
travel of "N ASM Staff Member." 

Whirlpool Corporation: two clothes 
washers and two clothes dtyers "for 
fabric washing and drying," at both 
NASM and Garber Facilities. 



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National Museum of 
African Art 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10, ooo or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Bencnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosenthal 
Shell Oil Company Foundation 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nooter 
Mrs. Delilah Pierce 
Mrs. Carl Selden 

$ $00 or more 

Noah-Sadie K. Wachtel Foundation 

$100 or more 

Mrs. Alma Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Pierce 

Donors to the Collection 

Annie Laurie Aitken Charitable Trust. 

Baga drum (1991-01-001). 
Anonymous donor. Textile (1990-11-001). 
Anonymous donor. Collection of 10 util- 
itarian objects (1991-03-001-010). 
Anonymous donor. Adze (1991-09-001). 
Dr. Ernst Anspach. Headdress pair 

(i99i-o8-ooi.ooi,.002). 
Dr. Ernst Anspach. Cross (1991-10-001). 
The Frances &l Benjamin Benenson 

Foundation. Baga drum (1991-01-001) 
David C. Driskell. Baga drum (1991-01- 

001). 
Evelyn A.J. Hall Charitable Trust. 

Baga drum (1991-01-001). 
Clive H. Fetzer. Lidded basket (1990-13- 

001). 
Ruth Lippman. Figure of Mother and 

Child (1990-12-001). 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Nooter. Baga 

drum (1991-OI-OO1). 
Barry and Beverly Pierce. Baga drum 

(1991-01-001). 



Warren Robbins. Portfolio of nine 

Bruce Onabrakpeya deep etchings 

(1991-11-001 — 009). 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Silver. Baga drum 

(1991-01-001). 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Sonnenreich. 

Baga drum (1991-01-001). 



National Museum of 
American Art 

Donors of Financial Support 
$ 100, 000 or more 

National Institute for Conservation of 

Cultural Property 
The Henry Luce Foundation 

$$0,000 or more 

Estate of Pauline Edwards 
James Renwick Alliance 

$10,000 or more 

David Schwartz Foundation, Inc. 
Consolidated Natural Gas Company 

Foundation 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. 
US West Foundation 
Samuel and Anita Kremen 
Summers Group 

Western Development Corporation 
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher 
Sara Roby Foundation 
Frost Foundation of Jewish Philanthropy 
J. Kent and Marcia D. Minichiello 
AbramsoD Family Foundation 
Peter T Joseph Foundation 
Max Kade Foundation 

$$,000 or more 

Nan Tucker McEvoy Foundation, Inc. 
Winston-Salem Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Jon A. Shirley 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Koffler 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lenkin 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Altschul 
Overbrook Foundation 
Rita and Daniel Fraad Foundation, Inc. 
William R. and Nora H. Lichtenberg 
Foundation 

$1,000 or more 

Mrs. Jaquelin H. Hume 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Peters 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Millhouse 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rambach 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sams 

Spanierman Gallery 

Mr. David S. Purvis 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bernstein 

The Honorable Joseph P. Carroll and 

Mrs. Carroll 
Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Dorn 
The Douglass Foundation 
The Barney Ebsworth Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kogod 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mitchell 
The Pfeil Family Foundation 
Ms. Joan M. Whalen 
Mr. Eli Wilner and Ms. Barbara Brennan 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rachlin 
Mr. Samuel Rose 
Jay R. Scanlon 
Mr. Edward Wilson 
Michael Altman 
Richard A. Miller 
Harry N. Abrams Inc. 
Karen Johnson Boyd 
Bernice and David E. Davis 
Raymond and Elizabeth Goetz 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kainen 
Mr. Stephan Levine 
Mr. Frank Ribelin 
The Honorable John D. Rockefeller IV 

and Mrs. Rockefeller 
Joel Simon 

Alan B. Slifka Foundation, Inc. 
CluneJ. Walsh, Jr. 
1991 Washington Craft Show 

Donors to the Collection 

Anne and Ronald Abramson 
James E. Allen 
Stephen S. Alpert 

American Indian Heritage Foundation 
Anton Gallery 

Art-in-Architecrure Program, U.S. Gen- 
eral Services Administration 



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Franz Bader 

Patria Baranski 

Henry Bauer 

Derrick Joshua Beard 

Hermine and Lloyd Beck 

Annie and Mike Belkin 

Bruce Bennerr 

Dr. and Mrs. David K. Berler 

Terry Braunstein 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Brill 

Thomas and Judith Brody 

Byron Burford 

Mrs. Martha Ferguson Butler 

Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery 

C. Philip Cardiero 

Carl Hammer Gallery 

Gary Cawood 

J. B. Chadwick 

Harryette and Marcus Cohn 

Alice Henderson Colquitt 

Carlton Colquitt 

Consolidated Natural Gas Company 
Foundation 

The Joseph and Robert Cornell Memo- 
rial Foundation 

George Dalsheimer 

Robert T. Denton 

Helen Williams Drutt English 

John and Gail Enns 

Ken and Donna Fadeley 

Mrs. Richard Fairbanks 

Donald Farnsworth 

Lorser Feitelson and Helen Lundeberg 
Feitelson Arts Foundation 

Trudy Luria Fleisher 

Glen Foss 

Estelle E. Friedman 

Nancy Genn 

Joseph Goldyne 

Mackenzie and Barbara W. Gordon 

Paula Hackeling 

R. Philip Hanes 

Sarah and Edward Hansen 

Mrs. Louis Hardin 

Mary Peterson Hartzler and James 

Hartzler 
Herbert Waide Hemphill, Jr. 
Lloyd E. Herman 
Anthony Louis Hernandez 

Jane Hershey 

James F. Hilleary 

Jem and Betty E. Horn 
Naomi Huber-Brown 
Mr. Imagination 
Connie Imboden 



Henderson Inches 

James Renwick Alliance 

Janet Fleisher Gallery 

Bebe Pritam Johnson 

Louis and Linda Kaplan 

Mr. and Mrs. Kirkeby 

Bernard and Shirley Koteen 

Howard Kottler 

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Kremem 

the Lab School of Washington 

Don Lambert 

Jane Warren Larson 

Mrs. Amy Freeman Lee 

Robert Lehrman 

Marcia Lewis 

William C. Loring 

David C. Lund 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Luria 

Magnolia Editions 

Dr. Frank Mainzer 

Salvatore Mane in i 

Eluid Martinez 

Jane and Arthur K. Mason 

Dr. Thomas Anthony Mathews 

Mrs. Dorothy L. McGuire 

Robert E. and Jane Meyerhoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Middendorf 

Betty Millard 

Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell 

Helen Oliver Morriss 

Kenneth Noland 

Marjorie Nordlinger 

Mr. and Mrs. John Oilman 

William Paris 

Dixie Parker-Fairbanks 

Paul and Elmerina Parkman 

Beverly Pepper 

Mr. and Mts. Curtis Pepper 

Matt Phillips 

Pearl E. Phillips 

Alexander L. and Frances J. Pickens 

Jules D. Prown 

Henry Ward Ranger, bequest through 

the National Academy of Design 
Walter Rich 
Doris Rief 
Kirby Rodriguez 
Jean Rose 

Eleanor T and Samuel J. Rosenfeld 
Harold Rubenstein 
the Ruhe family 
Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Isidore M. 

Samuels 
Emilio Sanchez 
Jay Scanlon 



Tennyson Schad 

Larry W. Schwarm 

Robin Schwartz 

Bill Scott 

Robert Seder and Deborah Harmon- 
Seder 

Roger Shimomura 

Mrs. Mitchell Siporin 

Dr. Alvin Smith 

Joshua P. Smith 

Norvel and Mary Perry Smith 

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhi- 
bition Services 

John V. Snow 

Mr. and Mrs. Vladen Stiha 

Cornelia Jane Strawser 

Byron and Susan Swift 

Nancy Karlins Thoman and Mark 
Thoman 

Anna Wall Thomas 

Mis. Josephene C. Thornton 

Vladimir and Eileen Toumanoff 

Charles F. and Robin L. Turner 

Rose Mary Wadman 

June Wayne 

Wight Art Gallery 

Donald and Carol Wilken 

Mrs. Alice T. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Tessim Zorach 

Stanley and Eleanor Zuckerman 



National Museum of 
American History 

Donors to the Collection 

Richard E. Ahlborn: badge identifying 
a Christian Gypsy "Ambassador for 
Christ" (1989.0490); cowhide-covered 
wooden trunk with calico lining and 
fitted with Spanish style hardware 
made in California about 1850 
(1989.0551). 

John Aiello: silver-plated coin of 
Ephesus, 102-133 B.C. (1991.0173). 

Government of Aitutald, Aitutaki Post 
Office: 8 stamps, 2 first day covers, 2 
souvenir sheets of Aitutaki 
(1989.0451); 6 stamps, 2 first day cov- 
ers, and 2 souvenir sheets of Aitutaki 



'« 



(I99°°°I9); fi fst day cover and a sou- 
venir sheer of Aituraki (1990.0518). 

Albany Inrernarional, Appleron Wire 
Division (rhrough Philip E. Adessa): 
5 samples of woven wire clorh used in 
papermaking (1990.0559). 

Srephen Album: gold dinar o( the 
Mongol Ilkanid ruler Baidu ibn Ter- 
aghai ibn Hulagu, 1x95 (1990.0263); 3 
medals of rhe Pomona Valley Coin 
Club, 1965, and 2 medals of rhe Cali- 
fornia Numismaric Association, 1976 
(1990.0565); gold dinar of Al Sayyida 
Arwa, A.D. 1099-138, of Sulayhid, 
the post-Abbasid dynasry of Yemen 
(1990.0602). 

Allegheny County Health Departmenr 
(through Lawrence W. Dunn, Pete 
Flaherty, and Tom Foerster): 88 in- 
structional phonograph records about 
health, 5 pharmaceuticals, 2 badges, a 
polariscope, sterilizer, and an air sam- 
pler (1990.0698). 

DarleneJ. and James T. Allred: 3 linen 
table napkins used on the S.S. United 
States (1991.0395). 

Alza Corporation (through Clarisa 
Peer): 3 different models of the Alzet 
osmotic pump and a technical infor- 
mation manual (1991.0046). 

American Numismatic Association 
(through Kenneth L. Hallenbeck): 2 
medals commemorating the dedica- 
tion of the expanded headquarters of 
the American Numismatic Associa- 
tion on June 10, 1982 (1991.0115). 

American Red Cross (through Mary D. 
Doering): American Red Cross 
librarian's uniform dress, shirt, and 
overcoat of WW II (1990.0386). 

American Security Council (rhrough 
John M. Fisher): 4 videotape cassettes 
and 2 newspaper pages with "Peace 
Through Strength" messages 
(1986.0143). 

Ernest M. Ametistov: WW II era card 
marked "Solidarity Greering From 
American Workers" (1990.0560). 

Amherst College, Department of The- 
ater and Dance (through Prof. Su- 
zanne P. Dougan): woman's dress 
labeled "Kate Manuel dress reform 
artist, Chicago," 1880-95 (1990.0490). 

Bettee-Aynn Amsterdam in honor of 
Bernard and Ruth Amsterdam: 50 



items of woman's clothing and acces- 
sories worn by Ruth Miriam Samson 
Amsterdam from about 1940 to 1981 
(1990.0436). 

Rev. John F. Andrews: 2 U.S. Bicenten- 
nial first day covers (1988.0786). 

Anoka County Historical Society 
(through Pat Schwappach): leaflet 
from the Dewey- Warren Presidential- 
Vice Presidenrial campaign, 1948 
(1991.3007). 

Anonymous: 4 fabrics, 2 weaving kits, 2 
pattern books, a tablecloth and 6 
matching napkins, skirt and sweater 
kit, an "acom" cluster, basket, pack- 
age of knitted cuffs and a varnished 
white cotton crochetted cup 
(1989.0288); linen towel with red em- 
broidery labeled "Elizabeth Lehman, 
1856" and a pair of linen stockings 
hand-knitted by Hannah Judson in 
the 19th century (1989.0477); 
woman's black jet-beaded jersey 
sweater, 1879-89 (1990.0617); alumi- 
num and glass candy dish made by 
Rodney Kent and Kirschet Metal 
Products Company of Brooklyn, New 
York, 1950s (1991.0124). 

Government of Antiqua, Barbuda De- 
pendency, Barbuda Post Office, Phila- 
telic Bureau: 62 stamps and 9 first 
day covers of Barbuda (1988.0485); 12 
stamps and 2 firsr day covers of Bar- 
buda (1989.0317); 16 stamps and 2 
first day covers of Barbuda 
(1989.0414); 45 stamps and 9 first day 
covers of Barbuda (1990.0048); 22 
stamps and 4 covers of Barbuda 
(1990.0415). 

Nicholas Anton: 208 electron tubes and 
radiation detection instruments de- 
signed and developed by Mr. Anton, 
192OS-197OS. (1986.0794). 

Amalie A. Ascher: 66 folders and 
boxes of archival material related to 
Charles Adler, Jr.'s career as an engi- 
neer and invenror of traffic control 
and safety devices, 1920-80 
(1990.3049). 

Arthur R. Ashe, Jr.: Head tennis rac- 
quet used by Mr. Ashe in worldwide 
tennis competition, ca. 1975 
(1991.0178). 

Burton E. Ashley: Burroughs Wellcome 
hypodermic syringe kit and a box of 



quinine bihydrochloride ampules, 
1930s (1988.0726). 

Earsel V. Atchley: cello stand made in 
19th-century New England 
(1991.0078). 

AT&T Bell Laboratories, Archives 
(through Sheldon Hochheiser): 3- 
piece millimeter wave guide 
(1990. 0211). 

Augustana College, Department of 
Physics (through Dr. David Renneke 
and Dean Harold W Sundelius): re- 
flecting circle of about 1800, mid- 
I9th-century wave motion 
demonstration lantern slide, ceramic 
rule divided into British and Pyra- 
mid inches, ca. 1870, and an early 
20th-century celestial globe 
(1987.0196). 

Australia Post, International Postal Af- 
fairs (through K. A. Durbin): mail 
delivery staffs hat and a mailbag 
used in Australia (1990.0148). 

Austrian Mint (through Director Berger 
and Direcror Tichy): silver Austrian 
500-schilling commemorating Egon 
Schiele, 1990 (1990.0531). 

Todd M. Axelrod: violin bow made by 
Henryk Kaston, 1989 (1991.0133); vio- 
lin bow stamped "W E. Hill & Sons" 
(1991.0231). 

Waldemar A. Ayres (through Roderic 
R. Dorsett): working prototype of 
the Word Writing Machine invented 
by Mr. Ayres (1990.0358). 

George Bakhchiev: 2 phonograph re- 
cord albums of Duke Ellington's 
"Second Sacred Concert" issued in 
the Soviet Union in 1968 
(1990.3173). 

Susan Balent: hand towel marked "Pull- 
man 1927" (1990.0640). 

Guy D. Ball: Sharp Model EL-8 hand- 
held electronic calculator, ca. 1971 
(1991.0154). 

Bally Manufacturing Corporation 
(through Neil E.Jenkins): 38 
games, pieces of clothing, food, and 
personal, household, and school ac- 
cessories with the Pac-Man and Ms. 
Pac-Man logos (1990.3099). 

David W. Bandy: copy of Mr. Bandy's 
thesis titled The History of the Royal 
Hawaiian Band, 1836-1980 
(1989.3126). 



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Paul Baran and Worthie L. Doyle: 9 
sets of punch cards, 3 information 
documents, a notebook of programs, 
roll of 35mm film, and a set of charts 
(1990.3046). 

Lewis W. Barber: 47 uniform items, 
small personal accessories, and docu- 
ments (1979.0427). 

Roberta S. Barnes in memory of Alfred 
B. and Lillian S. Goodall: 30 steel 
and 4 acetate recording discs of the 
1930s (1986.3034). 

Ketmit Baumgartner: 30 pieces of uni- 
form clothing, accessories, and mem- 
orabilia of Mr. Baumgartner 's 
attendance at Fork Union Military 
Academy, 1961-65, and participation 
in the Civil Air Patrol (1978. 2212). 

Fannie V. and Richard J. Beall: 4 
wooden window stops of the 1920s 
and a Universal chrome-plated elec- 
tric toaster of 1928 (1991.0001). 

Dita Davis Beard: 12 documents and a 
guidon fragment from the U.S. 
Army career of Col. Robert Davis 
and a facsimile copy of "The Star- 
Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott 
Key (1982.0645). 

Dr. Barbara Beierl: WW I bond drive 
membership flag (1991.OO76). 

Bell of Pennsylvania (through W. C. 
Davis and Karen A. Sweeney): 2 di- 
rectory assistance operator head- 
phones, ca. 1950 and 1980 (1989.0110). 

Edith B. and Frederick R. Bell: 357 cabi- 
net prints, 272 cartes de visile, an 
album with 65 photographs, 8 
mounted photographs, and 2 post- 
cards (1986. 3178). 

William A. Bell, Jr., J. Terrel Green, 
Linda L. Green, Thomas M. Green, 
and David L. Mincey, Jr.: cotton gin 
system made by F. H. Lummus Sons 
Company of Columbus, Georgia in- 
cluding the gin, elevator and feed sys- 
tem, lint condenser unit, and a 
blower and oscillating valve with pip- 
ing, 1890s (1990.0344). 

Bradley F. and Virginia W. Bennett: 88 
coins of ancient Spain and Gaul 
(1989.0734); 120 coins of the Roman 
Republic and of the periods of Mar- 
cus Antonius and Augustus 
(1989.0738); 76 coins struck by 
Roman Emperors from the 1st to the 



3td centuries A.D. (1989.0741); 236 
bronze and silver coins of ancient 
Greece from the southern Italian re- 
gions of Apulia, Bruttium, Calabria, 
Campania, Lucania, and Samnium 
(1990.0354); 50 coins of ancient 
Gteece from Sicily (1990.0356); 16 sil- 
ver and bronze coins of Cyprus dat- 
ing from the 1st century B.C. to the 
3rd century A.D. (1991.0035); 98 
bronze and silver coins of ancient Sic- 
ily (1991.0152); 90 bronze and silver 
coins of ancient Sicily (1991.0160); 
101 bronze and silver coins of Sicily 
and mainland Greece (1991.0161); 87 
examples of counterfeit, copy, and 
fantasy coins (1991.0220). 

Clara W. Berwick: 2 woman's oriental- 
style robes, 1910-35 (1990.0538). 

Bhutan Stamp Agency Ltd: 6 stamps of 
Bhutan (1989.0231). 

Lenore R. Binzer: pair of U.S. Navy 
officer's blue broadcloth uniform 
trousers, 1850-60 (1990.0673). 

William L. Bird, Jr.: Rolling Stones 
"Steel Wheels Tour" program, 1989 
(1989.0666). 

Adriana and Edwin W. Bitter for the 
Bitter Family Collection: 10 saddle 
pistol holsters, 4 muskets, and 3 pis- 
tols (1988.0051); 7 pistols and a J. H. 
Hall breechloading military rifle, 
18th and 19th centuries (1988.0518). 

Barbara B. and Robert S. Black: desk 
from the House of Representatives 
used by Congressman Henry Clay 
VanVoorhis of Ohio with 2 glass ink 
wells and a key, made 1860-79 and 
used until 1897-99 (1991.0077). 

Joel B. and June B. Bloom: spinning 
wheel for wool made in Lee County, 
Virginia stamped "HD" and "1833" 
(1990.0240). 

Philip J. Bochicchio: Kambel machine 
section, 2 tools used to pull circuits 
from the Kambal machine, and the 
earliest computer storage magnetic 
drum (1989.0622); 13 photographs of 
the Solo and Bombe computer pro- 
jects, 3 photographic reproductions 
of papers from a celebration for the 
Bombe project, and 3 notebooks 
(1989.3110). 

Sandot Bodo: 8 medals commemorating 
the 200th anniversary of the signing 



of the Treaty of Peace and the end of 
the American Revolution, 1783-1983, 
designed by Mt. Bodo (1989.0631). 

Neal Bonham and Suzanne Ferris: 2 
sheets of handmade paper 
(1991.0097). 

Clyde N. Bowden: 17 Halloween, 
Christmas, and costume party cos- 
tumes and decorations of the 1930s 
(1991.0176). 

Bowers and Merena Galleries, Inc. 
(through R. N. Merena): ancient sil- 
ver diobol found in the Afganistan 
area (1988.0559). 

Martha B. Boyd, M.D.: 2 woman's 
shawls of jacquard-woven wool, 1850- 
1900 (1991.0007); woman's long flo- 
ral-patterned silk shawl made in 
Spitalfields, England before 1823 
(1991.0399). 

William S. Boyd, M.D.: painting titled 
Poppies by Dr. Boyd from which pho- 
tomechanical lithographs were made 
(1990.0341). 

C. Louise Boyer: Sunbeam electric 
travel iron (1990.0522). 

Eleanor L Boyne: silhouette of George 
Washington and a cut-out picture of 
"George Washington's Cherry Tree" 
(1990.3071). 

Mary C. Braddock: 2 engraved por- 
traits, one of Pres. James A. Garfield 
and the other of Lucretia R. Garfield, 
made by J. F. Ryder of Cleveland, 
Ohio (1990.0597). 

John H. Bradford: 2 souvenir script 
notes from Japtan Island for use dur- 
ing Operation Castle atomic testing 
on Bikini Atoll in 1954 (1989.0531). 

Reba Miller Brand (through W. Tom 
Miller): desk with bookcase made of 
inlaid walnut in Shenandoah County, 
Virginia in the early 19th century 
(1990.0536). 

Catherine Brassel: 8 pairs of woman's 
gloves and 5 pairs of woman's shoes, 
1920-45 (1990.0671). 

Dr. Joseph Braunbeck: 7 electron tubes, 
a tube base, and a fuse and holder 
manufactured in Germany for mili- 
tary use during WW II (1990.0298). 

Cathetine B. Brennan in memory of 
George William Sneering: English 
Webley army revolver, 1880-1900 
(1990.0660). 



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Gary R. Brenner: 10 phonograph re- 
cords (1989.0208). 

Ellen Harper Bridges: personal papers, 
correspondence, and unpublished 
manuscripts of advertising executive 
Marion Harper, 1916-89 (1990.3225). 

Kenneth A. Briers: 3 lapel pins, 3 key 
chains, 3 clips, a bandanna, match 
book, rubber signature stamp, and a 
set of documents from the career of 
Malcolm H. Nelson of the Brothet- 
hood of Locomotive Firemen and En- 
ginemen and the United 
Transportation Union (1990.3048). 

Roderick E. Briggs: Cleveland 69 man's 
safety bicycle made by H. A. Lozier 
& Company in the 1890s with an 
original B. F. Goodrich tite and origi- 
nal leather saddle covet (1989.0648). 

The Brinkmann Corporation (through 
Louis D. Gill): 2 Q-beam Blue Max 
and Black Max flashlamps 
(1990.0025). 

Scott and Shane Bt iscoe: Texas Instru- 
ments TI-99/4A computer with 
power supply, remote control device, 
speech synthesizer, and a video modu- 
lator, 1982-84 (1990.0494); 19 com- 
puter guides, pamphlets, software 
module cassettes, and reference manu- 
als (1990.3141); Sinclair ZX 81 com- 
putet keyboard with adapters, 5 
software cassettes, and a manual 
(1991.0006). 

Marguerite Wetghell Broaddus: 2 
patches, a veil, badge, certificate, 
armband, and an invitation reflecting 
Mrs. John T. Werghell's participation 
in the Red Cross during WW I 
(1990.0433); 2 French dressmaker's 
bills, one from Paul Poiret in 1926 
and the other from Doucet in 1928 
(1991.0023). 

Btookhaven National Laboratoty, Asso- 
ciated Universities, Inc., Department 
of Physics (through Vincent R. 
O'Leary and David Schweller): 80- 
inch liquid hydrogen bubble cham- 
bet (1978.2309). 

Edith Rae Brown: bronze art medal ti- 
tled "One Man's Tranquility" de- 
signed by Ms. Brown (1991.0245). 

Frederick McLean Bugher (through 
Debbie Spinetta Brier): 82 specimens 
relating to the life of Admiral and 



Mrs. George Dewey including uni- 
forms, insignia, weapons, photo- 
graphs, manuscripts, sheet music, 
booklets, scrapbooks, magazines, 
othet miscellaneous paper items, and 
an electric fan (1984.0834); 170 mis- 
cellaneous papers and records relating 
to Admiral Dewey and General Wil- 
liam Babcock Hazen (1987.3083). 

Joan H. Bunche: 12 academic honorary 
degree hoods awarded to Ralph J. 
Bunche (1990.0574). 

Bundesministerium fuer Oeffentliche 
Wirtschaft und Verkehr, 
Generaldirektion fuer die Post- und 
Telegraphenverwaltung (through 
Christine Kainz, Ph.D.): reproduc- 
tion of the post horn used at the post 
stable in Bruenn, Austria since 1866 
(1990.0169). 

Bunker-Ramo Company: 2 racks, a 
memory drum, agent's set, and a set 
of plug-in components from the 
Reservisor reservations computet sys- 
tem made by Teleregister Corpora- 
tion (1987.0815). 

Burdeshaw Associates, Ltd. (through 
Leath Burdeshaw): Telex 1 Model 32 
machine, ca. 1975 (1986.1032). 

Wally Byam Caravan Club Interna- 
tional, Inc. (through Esther Garrison 
and Morris R. Rich): official blue felt 
beret worn by members of the club, 
ca. 1961 (1985.0087). 

Suzanne W Byrd: 23 reproducing piano 
rolls made by the Ampico Corpora- 
tion of New York, 1925-50 
(1990.0205). 

Chloe Ann Calder-Dellaport: art medal 
designed by Ms. Calder-Dellaport ti- 
tled "Bird in Hand" (1991.0244). 

Campbell Soup Company (through P. 
N. Mulcahy): 3 videotape cassettes, 
an audiotape cassette, and a set of 
slides, all tecording Campbell soup 
advertisements, 1905-79 (1990. 3037); 
(through Kevin G. Lowery): video- 
tape cassette of Campbell advertise- 
ments of 1957-58 and 1961-76 
(1990.3038). 

Bank of Canada, Department of Bank- 
ing Operations (through D. G. M. 
Bennett): 10-dollar bank note of Can- 
ada, 1989 (1989.0737); 50-dollar bank 
note of Canada, 1989 (1990.0161); IOO- 



dollar bank nore of Canada, 1990 
(1991.0150). 

Leopoldo Cancio: 2 bronze medals of Ar- 
gentina, a silvet Italian medal of the 
Vatican, silver hemiobol of ancient Ju- 
daea, and a silvet Spanish American 8- 
reales cob made at the Potosi Mint 
(1990.0398). 

Robert A. Capestrain: 3 Waltham main- 
springs and a set of Waltham main- 
springs in original packaging 
(1989.0701). 

Dorothy D. Caples: about 22 cubic feet 
of personal and business files of John 
Caples, 1900-90, recording his career 
in advertising (1990. 3205). 

Walter A. Carpus: 2 pairs of trousers 
(1980.0248). 

Claude Carriere: 5 photocopies of arti- 
cles, 3 issues of Jazz Hot magazine, 
and 2 flyers for Sam Woodyard bene- 
fit concerts (1990.3181). 

Frances O. Carrio: book of line-for-line 
sketches of Paris designer collections 
of 1963 used by New Yotk designer 
Arthur McGee (1991.0027). 

Ethel Hanks Carter: 4 radios, a set of 14 
burlap bags, set of 10 wall calendars, 
set of documents and personal papers, 
and a sign from a sharecropper's 
house (1990.3016); cupboard and a 
chest used in a shatecropper's cabin 
in Ringgold, Virginia, 1943-57 
(1990.3027). 

Dal H. Cass: 2 books about psychologi- 
cal testing and a Szondi-Test psycho- 
logical test (1990.0569). 

Guido Castelli: 252 lantern slides, 149 
still photographs, 121 binders, boxes, 
and folders of documents, 101 glass 
plates, 5 boxes of mutascope cards, 2 
brass cranks, a crank shaft, frame, 
and a Casler & Marvin motion pic- 
ture camera, all used by historian 
Gordon Hendricks to document mo- 
tion picture photography (1990.3015). 

Caterpillar Inc. (through Wayne M. 
Zimmerman): Catetpillar weld rep- 
lica kit used in industtial inspections 
with examples of acceptable and un- 
acceptable welds, 1990 (1990.0648). 

Howard Cayton: leathet scrapbook com- 
piled by Leon Henderson, a WW II 
Price Coordinator, containing press 
clippings dated June-Octobet 1941 



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(i99°-°°38); 1919 membership card 
for the Willow Grove Park Associa- 
tion (1990.3023). 

Thomas W. Chamberlain: Neva-Clog 
stapler (1990.0206). 

Dr. George B. Chapman: prototype 
ultra-rnicrotome, American Optical 
Model 860 sliding anatomical micro- 
tome, and a drive motor (1990.0445). 

Shirley Cherkasky: spinning wheel 
made in the Faroe Islands, 1976 
(1990.0495). 

Valentine Z. Chilk: 3 hand-colored Ber- 
lin embroidery patterns of the 19th 
century, 2 lengths of dish toweling , 
ca. 1942, a beaded handbag made by 
Ms. Chilk with a set of extra beads, 
string, and instructions, ca. 1947, and 
a toy Singer Sewing machine, 1957 
(1988.0405); composition figure of 
Adolph Hitler bending over with a 
pin cushion dertiere, 1941 (1991.0332). 

Government of the Republic of China, 
The Philatelic Department, Director- 
ate General of Posts: 95 stamps, 20 
first day covers, and 6 souvenir sheets 
of the Republic of China (1988.0464); 
66 stamps and 15 first day covers of 
the Republic of China (1989.0031); 71 
stamps, 18 covers, and 2 souvenir 
sheets of the Republic of China 
(1989.0412); 65 stamps and 13 first 
day covers of the Republic of China 
(1990.0027). 

Alice Morrison Clabaugh: drum majo- 
rette uniform complete with jacket, 
skirt, boots, hat, plume, and whistle 
worn by the drum majorettes of the 
Newark High School Band, Dela- 
ware, 1937-47 (1990.0483). 

Elvira Clain-Stefanelli: 3 treasury bonds 
with interest coupons attached and 2 
bond coupons used as storecards, all 
Confederate States of America 
(1989.0526); 13 U.S. and foreign med- 
als, a bracelet from Nigeria, storecard 
from Virginia, Missouri Numismatic 
Society "Fare Pass," and a lapel pin 
commemorating the National Mu- 
seum of History and Technology 
(1990.0258). 

Dorothy H. Clark in memory of Col. 
William C. Clark, USAF: Forester 
cutlass made by Weyersberg, 
Kirschbaum & Company of 



Solingen-Wald,Germany,l938-45 
(1991.0212). 

Emma L. Clark: Gap blue denim trou- 
sers, tie-dyed T-shirt, blue bandanna 
head scarf, and a pair of Converse 
high-top tennis shoes, all worn by 
Ms. Clark about 1988 (1990.0676). 

Howard M. and Kathryn Clark: 31 sam- 
ples of handmade paper made at the 
Twinrocker Paper Mill in Brookston, 
Indiana (1990.0558). 

LeBaron A. Clarridge: WW I underwa- 
ter microphone, nonsynchronous 
motor, mercury switch, and a coil fil- 
ament tube (1990.0391). 

John H. Claster: Do Bee costume con- 
sisting of mask, undershirt, shirt, 
gloves, boots, and bee torso with 
wings used on the children's televi- 
sion program "Romper Room," 
1960s (1991.0179). 

Augusta H. Clawson: 11 photographs, 2 
pamphlets, 2 pins, a union card, iden- 
tification card, award of merit, certifi- 
cate, and a welder's mask all used by 
Ms. Clawson when a ship welder dur- 
ing WW II (1988.0586); 10 issues of 
the newsletter "Bo's'n's Whistle" and 
2 Western Union telegtams, WW II 
(1988.3127). 

Charles M. Clegg, Jr. (through Francis 
R. Bteen and Ann Clegg Holloway): 
u paintings by Howard Fogg and an 
oil painting by Stephen Etniet, all of 
railroad scenes and locomotives 
(1988.0049). 

Lera G. Clymer, Charles Galley, Hoyt 
Gai ley, James J. Gailey, Theron 
Gailey, and Frances Kinley in mem- 
ory of Howard Scott Gailey: 14 pieces 
of orange-glazed pottery tableware 
made by Ben Owen, 1958-70, and an 
orange-glazed pottery bowl made by 
Ben Owen III, 1984 (1990.0289). 

Abe Cohen: pair of child's clamp-on 
roller skates, ca. 1925 (1991.0317). 

Jill Cohen: Roy Rogers cowboy hat 
with concealed toy cap gun, ca. 1947 
(1991.0419). 

Coherenr, Inc. (through Edwina 
DeRousse): Coherent model 40 car- 
bon dioxide laser with power supply 
(1990.0383). 

Cole Consumer Products, Division of 
American Consumer Products, Inc. 



(through M. R. Reinschreiber): Ka- 
Bar U.S. Marine Corps fighting-util- 
ity knife developed for use during 
WW II (1986.0999). 

Madelene S. Cole: 47 items of correspon- 
dence, 41 ephemera, scrapbooks, and 
books, 12 unpublished papers, and 12 
WW II era proceedings of the Associ- 
ation of National Advertisers, all re- 
flecting the career of Gordon E. Cole 
(1990.3082). 

Coleman: infant's undershirt, child's 
dress, and a woman's cape, 1825-74 
(1990.0439). 

Leah P. Collins: 4 bronze U.S. satitical 
political medals, 1977-80 (1990.0459). 

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 
(through Margaret B. Pritchard): 4 
photolithogtaphic porttait prints 
(1990.0342). 

Comune di Milano (through Hon. 
Giulio Polotti): 3 silver medals com- 
memorating the 3 Socialist mayors of 
Milan, Italy, 1990 (1991.0188). 

Computer Consoles, Incorporated 
(through Keith G. Jones): computer 
monitor and a Dvorak Keyboard, 
1978-80 (1989. 0109). 

A. A. Conant: 42 video disc movies and 
a Hitachi video disc player 
(1990.0305). 

Anne Conant: U.S. Army Corps of Engi- 
neers white hatd hat, 1965-70 
(1990.0085). 

Ptof. Robert Connelly: model of a flexi- 
ble polyhedron conceived by Profes- 
sor Connelly in 1977 and built about 
1984 (1990.0492). 

Government of the Cook Islands, Phila- 
telic Bureau, Post Office: 7 stamps, 2 
first day covets, and 2 souvenit sheets 
of the Cook Islands (1988.0735); 12 
stamps, 5 souvenir sheets, and 2 first 
day covers of the Cook Islands 
(1989.0500); 15 stamps, 4 first day 
covets, and 3 souvenir sheets of the 
Cook Islands (1990.0013); stamp, first 
day covet, and a souvenir sheet of the 
Cook Islands (1990.0520). 

John Cook: 2 bronze art plaquettes de- 
signed by Mr. Cook, 1986 and 1990 
(1990.0500). 

Elizabeth G. Cooke (through Sandy G. 
Patterson): 15 embroidered pictures 
and samplets (1989.0343). 



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Mrs. E. E. Cordrey: El-Fonic capacity 
pick up, Magnavox tone arm, Wes- 
ton vacuum tube voltmeter, and a 
Motorola television receiver 
(1990.0389). 

Cornell University, School of Civil and 
Environmental Engineering (through 
Arnim H. Meyburg): wrought iron 
main link, connecting link, and link 
pin from Telford's Menai Straits Sus- 
pension Bridge built in 1823 
(1991.0153). 

Bernard M. Corona: Colt Model 1895 
machine gun and tripod with gun 
modifications made in 1914 
(1990.0573). 

Rushton G. Gortelyou: membership 
badge of the Bicyclist's League of 
American Wheelmen, ca. 1880 
(1988.0578). 

Creative Originals (through Larry D. 
Mowrey and Michele Mowrey): 2 
wooden toy train whistles (1985.0478). 

Sandra P. and Spencer R. Crew: 

woman's African style caftan, man's 
dashiki shirt, pair of wire rim glasses, 
and the original glasses case, all worn 
to college graduation in 1971 
(1991.0135). 

Judith A. Crocker: album with 69 gem 
tintypes, 67 cartes tit visile, 13 tin- 
types, 5 ambrotypes, 3 daguerreo- 
types, and a mounted photograph 
(1991.0343); 46 folders of papers relat- 
ing to Herbert M. Faust's careers at 
the Curtis Publishing Company, 1918- 
43, the Salvage Division of the War 
Production Board, 1943-44, and the 
Mutual Broadcasting Company, 1945- 
48 (1991.3066). 

Betty Cronin: 14 soup labels, 3 cook- 
books, 2 advertising proof sheets, and 
a pamphlet of recipes in Spanish, all 
related to the Campbell Soup Com- 
pany (1990.3006). 

Eleanor B. Cropley: woman's brown 
leather wallet with silver frame and 
clasp, 1893-1900 (1990.0665). 

Gwendolyn M. Crusor: Master Model 4 
stenotype machine with accessories 
(1991.0271). 

Government of Cuba, Coprefil: 39 
stamps and a souvenir sheet of Cuba 
(1988.0521); 53 stamps. 31 first day 
covers, and 2 souvenir sheets of Cuba 



(1989.0391); 37 stamps, 20 first day 
covers, and 4 souvenir sheets of Cuba 
(1989.0750); 30 stamps, 21 first day 
covers, and 3 souvenir sheets of Cuba 
(1990.0299). 

Paul Culberg: 13 sketches, a hand- 
painted regimental flag of the Massa- 
chusetts 54th used in the movie 
Glory, and a hat, shirt, pants with sus- 
penders, and pair of shoes worn by 
Morgan Freeman in the movie Glory 
(1991.0279). 

Government of the Republic of Cyprus, 
Ministry of Communications and 
Works, Department of Postal Ser- 
vices (through G. Antoniou): 8 
stamps of the Republic of Cyprus 
(1988.0572); 3 stamps of Cyprus 
(1989.0498); 23 stamps and a Christ- 
mas souvenir folder of Cyprus 
(1990.0365); (through G. Antoniou 
and A. Stamataris): 12 stamps of the 
Repubic of Cyprus (1989.0223). 

Heinz Czadek: videotape cassette of a 
Duke Ellington Orchestra concert in 
Zurich, Switzerland in 1959 
(1990.3183). 

Frederick C. Danforth in memory of 
John Sruart Hacker (through the Na- 
tional Museum of Transport): Pilot 
wheel from the river packet ship 
Kiwanis, ca. 1920 (1979.0314). 

Harry R. Dangler: wooden shipboard- 
type checkerboard, magazine, and a 
newspaper all used by Phm. 3d. Joe 
Dangler when stationed in Great 
Lakes, Illinois during WW I 
(1990.0271). 

Maygene F. Daniels, Mary Walton Liv- 
ingston and Leonard Rapport: 10 mil- 
irary documents, a magazine, hat, 
dtawers, and a map case, all reflect- 
ing the U.S. Army service of Mr. Rap- 
port in the 1940s (317976). 

DC Comics Inc. (through Paul Levirz): 
4 Superman objects including a 
comic book, poster, set of paper 
plates, and a pop-up book 
(1988.3096). 

Mona de Martini: 6 bolero jackets, 
19605(1990.3136). 

Vivian F. Demiel: J. C. Vibrometer ma- 
chine level (1990.0333). 

Government of Denmark, Postens 
Frimaerkecentet: 40 stamps of Den- 



mark and 30 stamps and 5 souvenir 
sheets of the Faroe Islands 
(1990. 0521); (through Lis Birkedal 
and Hanne Lund): 245 stamps and 6 
miniature sheets of Denmark and the 
Fatoe Islands (1988.0484); (through 
Hanne Lund): 125 stamps of Den- 
mark and the Faroe Islands 
(1989.0292); 55 stamps of Denmark 
and 40 stamps of the Faroe Islands 
(1989.0421); 110 stamps of Denmatk 
and 40 stamps of the Faroe Islands 
(1990.0050). 

Irene Diamond: 4 cardboard tourist sou- 
venir signs which were made to be 
tied onto a car bumper (1990.0250); 
15 felt pennants ftom Ametican tour- 
ist sites (1990. 0251). 

Barbara Dickstein: 2 pairs of girl's socks 
and a pair of woman's pantyhose, 
1986-89 (1989.3023). 

Digital Equipment Cotpotation 
(through Jamie P. Pearson): PDP-i 
computer developed in i960, PDP-8 
computer developed in 1965, and 3 
sets of software tapes used with these 
computers (1989.0521). 

Dennis Dimmer: 2 programs and an ad- 
vertising coastet telated to Duke El- 
lington and a program for Mercer 
Ellington's orchestra (1990.3226). 

Dittrick Museum of Medical History 
(through Jennifer K. Simmons): Lip- 
pes Loop and a box of Saf-T-Coil in- 
ttauterine devices (1991.0309). 

Melvin R. Doggett: notebook of docu- 
mentation for IBM punched card 
data processing (1990.3088). 

Jeanne P. Donahe: infant's comb and 
brush with the otiginal box, 1938-40 
(1991.0213). 

R. G. Doty: Virgin of Guadalupe Mexi- 
can silver religious medal, 1776 
(1991.0209). 

Gladys C. Dougherty: 4 pins, 2 sewing 
kits, 2 medals, 2 lighters, an identifi- 
cation badge and btacelet, helmet 
liner, pair of earrings with Captain's 
bats, and a sketch of Camp McCoy, 
1918-45 (1989. 0318); metal thimble 
with a fleur-de-lis border (1991.0289); 
red ice bucket with lid, 1945-50 
(1991.3049). 

William R. Dowd: program from a sa- 
cred music concerr by Duke Elling- 



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ton held March 3, 1967 in Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts (1990.3227). 

Arthur D. Dubin: blanket, "Quiet" 
sign, and a set of tulip carpet samples 
from Pullman railroad cars 
(1986.0133). 

Mindy Duitz: solarized silver print pho- 
tograph by Murray Duitz 
(1989.0692); photograph by Murray 
Duitz (1990.0496). 

Rita A. Thomas Dukes and Wilma L. 
Thomas: Gradeulator calculating rule 
used in construction work invented 
by Ftank J. Thomas with instruc- 
tions, 1973 (1990.0509). 

Emily S. Dunbar: quilt with white flo- 
ral embroidery on white cotton made 
by Mary Anderson McCormick of Au- 
gusta, Kentucky in the rrud-i9th cen- 
tury and photographic portraits of 
Mrs. McCormick and her husband, 
John E. McCormick (1990.0507). 

David R. Dunn: J. C. Higgins Flightli- 
ner boy's bicycle made for Sears, Roe- 
buck & Company by the Murray 
Ohio Manufacturing Company of 
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, 1961 
(1990.0550). 

S. Watson Dunn: 37 sets of ephemera, 
10 folders of advertising history, 6 
pieces of correspondence, 5 phono- 
graph records, and 3 unpublished pa- 
pers, 1840-1986 (1989. 3135). 

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Com- 
pany (through Melissa Weis Riegel): 
3 samples of Teflon-coated cable, 
missle radome made by Shamban, 
push-pull cable, braille eraser, Teflon 
bottle for polio vaccine, and a plastic 
laboratory bottle (1989.0452). 

Michael Durgin and Helen C. Freder- 
ick: 57 pieces of handmade paper 
representing the work of 49 makers 
in North America, 1990 
(1990.0632). 

George W. Dye: 6 pieces of artillery am- 
munition, 2 pass boxes, a leather 
thumb stall, and a flagstaff finial and 
butt set (1990.0321). 

Glen Ecklund and Madeleine Para: 2 
yard signs advocating peace during 
the Persian Gulf crisis in 1991 
(1991.0194). 

Rachel G. Edelson and Benji Lasseau: 2 
pieces of sheet music for clarinet and 



a poster of Benny Goodman in Japan 
(1990.3030). 

Ellis Edlow: 58 19th-century bank notes 
of the District of Columbia 
(1991-0397). 

Curtis Whearry Edwards: 3 woman's 
white lace collars made by Mrs. Ed- 
wards, a black church dress and hat, 
and a wooden cane (1990.0651). 

Nanci K. Edwards: Laughton stamp 
pad and a tin of paper clips and fas- 
teners (1990.0349). 

Arthur S. Eggerton, Jr.: uncut sheet of 
fare ticket currency of the Charlotte, 
Columbia and Augusta Rail Road 
dated October 1, 1873 (1991.3037). 

Electro- Voice, Inc. (through Paul A. 
McGuire): headset for radar 
(1990.0064). 

Government of El Salvador (through 
Ambassador Miguel A. Salaverria): 
SA-7 shoulder-fired surface to air mis- 
sile launcher made in North Korea 
and found in a crashed airplane in 
eastern El Salvador on November 25, 
1989 (1990.0532). 

James William Elyea: replica of an 1839 
pattern forage cap (1985.3039). 

J. H. Emerson Company (through Jack 
Emerson): 2 chest respirators, a respi- 
rator pump, hand bellows pressure re- 
suscitator, and a hot pack apparatus 
(1991.0145). 

Emporia Kansas State College, Depart- 
ment of Psychology (thtough Dal H. 
Cass): 6 psychological tests and a C. 
H. Stoelting Company aesthesio- 
meter (1990.0570). 

Eppes: woman's silk parasol, 1850-70, 
and a man's ivory-handled shaving 
brush, 1875-1925 (1990.0441). 

Suzanne Liebers Erickson (through 
Ralph H. Erickson): 9,867 stamps, 61 
charity seals, 36 revenue stamps, 13 
cut squares, 2 covers, and a Cinderella 
from around the world (1987.0267). 

Peter J. Espada: models of the C-47 air- 
plane, the Waco glider, and the 
"Huey" helicopter made by Mr. Es- 
pada (1990.0343). 

Timothy Evans: 2 pairs of woman's kid 
leather gloves, 1925-38 (1991.0165). 

Government of the Faroe Islands, The 
Faroese Postal Administration, Phila- 
telic Service: 55 stamps and 7 first 



day covers of the Faroe Islands 
(1988.0689); 40 stamps and 2 first 
day covers of the Faroe Islands 
(1989.0585); (through K. Farnfoss): 35 
stamps and 3 first day covers of the 
Faroe Islands (1989.0157); 20 stamps 
and a first day cover of the Faroe Is- 
lands (1990.0120); 30 stamps, 3 first 
day covers, and a souvenir sheet of 
the Faroe Islands (1990.0470). 

Farrington Manufacturing Company 
(through Dorothy J. Long and Mr. 
Stocker): Farrington character-sens- 
ing machine and 2 information docu- 
ments (1985. 0614). 

Edward C. Fechter: 15 Hamilton Watch 
Company products including 9 mod- 
ules, 2 watches, a set of pillar plates 
and bridges, set of miniature cutting 
tool samples, vial of jewels, and a vial 
of gears (1988.0591). 

Charles Feinstein: book, Guide to For- 
tran TV, by McCracken (1990.3117). 

Olive Ferris: 9 movie film reels 
(1990.0508). 

Chamberlain Ferry: 29 posters with po- 
litical and military themes from 
WW I (1986.0195); 4 WW I U.S. Ma- 
rine Corps posters (1986.3044). 

Heidi Fieldston: 269 man's, woman's, 
child's, and infant's clothing and ac- 
cessories, i8th-20th centuries, col- 
lected by Rosely Angel Fieldston 
(1990.0388); "Patti Playdoll" doll 
made by the Ideal Toy Corporation 
with original clothes and box, 1950- 
69 (1990.0467). 

Joel A. Fine in memory of Tillie Sacks 
Fine: girl's blue velvet hat with 
peach silk lining and blue and peach 
velvet ribbons, 1924 (1991.0166). 

Leonda F. Finke: 2 bronze U.S. art med- 
als designed by Ms. Finke, 1989-90 
(1991.0151). 

Bernard S. Finn: Hotpoint electric 
toaster (1983.0888); Dominico electric 
toaster (1984,3037); Magnavox Pocket 
Pal all-transistor tadio, 1961-65 
(1988.0145); pair of Kimco electric 
socks (1990.0401); farm implement 
catalog from Hertzler & Zook Com- 
pany, 1920s (1990.3089); Dutch girl 
figurine electric cigar lighter 
(1990. 3115); Tudor Tru-Action electric 
football game (1990. 3116); 6 roller- 



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type retractable school maps 
(1991.0257). 

Clifford P. Firmback: 3 copper/ 
steelplate printing plates, 3 corre- 
sponding prints, and a miniature 
etching copper-plate press 
(1990.0524). 

Thomas E. Fitzgerald: 7 folders of archi- 
val documents relating to the S. S. 
White Dental Manufacturing Com- 
pany and the development of the 
Brooks typewriter, 1890-97 
(1989. 3136). 

Mrs. Sarah Fitzpatrick: 242 space craft 
covers (1989.0238). 

George A. Flachier: 8 stamps, 6 covers, 
6 maximum cards, and a souvenir 
sheet of Ecuador (1989.0291). 

Flags International, Inc. (through Mi- 
chael E. Tancey): 58 cloth patches, de- 
cals, and flags, a pin, and a string tie 
bearing symbols of motor home and 
camping trailer clubs, 1967-80S 
(1985.0701). 

Shelly Jayne Foote: red, white, and blue 
ribbon-like brooch made of clay and 
polymers designed by Barbie Koch- 
ner, 1991 (1991.0163). 

Harrison Ford and Lucasfilm Ltd. 
(through Gordon Radley): hat and 
jacket worn by Mr. Ford when por- 
traying the character "Indiana Jones" 
in the film Raiders of the Lost Ark 
(1989.0323). 

Fred G. Fournet and Maydell F. The- 
riot: 996 pharmaceuticals, personal 
hygiene products, sundries, and mis- 
cellaneous supplies, toys, and equip- 
ment which were in the Fournet 
Drugstore of St. Martinsville, Louisi- 
ana which operated ftom 1892 to 1983 
(1985.0475); copybook, daybook, and 
a package of graph paper (1989.0399); 
80 advertising graphics, prescription 
papers, tobacco related products, and 
sundries used at the Fournet Drug- 
stote of St. Martinsville, Louisiana 
which operated ftom 1892 to 1983 
(1989.3041). 

The Foxboro Company (thorugh Earle 
W. Pitt): 35 pneumatic control and 
recording apparatus (1986. 0535). 

Beatrice and Jacques Francais: bass viol 
made in New England by Henry 
Davis, 1793 (1990.0599). 



Thomas L. Freudenheim: letter dated 
February 28, 1991 acknowledging 
that Mr. and Mrs. Freudenheim will 
attend a dinner at the Los Angeles 
Country Club and a card stating the 
club's dress code (1991.0327). 

Miss Margaret L. Frick: 12 souvenirs of 
the New York World's Fair and 
school days spent by Miss Ftick in 
New York City in 1939 (1991.0051). 

Prof. Robert Friedel: library card 
punched for machine reading 
(1990.3129). 

Col. S. G. Frierson: postage stamp of 
Denmark (1989.0242). 

Ftom Out of the Past (through Barbara 
Keck): 6 magazine advertisements, 
1915-23 (1990.3032). 

Melinda Y Frye: book, Social Usages at 
Washington, by Florence Howe Hall, 
1906 (1991.0043). 

Fulton County Board of Commission- 
ers: ballot box used in Fulton 
County, Georgia in 1919 (1991.0034). 

Bernard F. Gallagher: 3 computer soft- 
ware programs (1990. 0461); 3 com- 
puter software programs 
(1990.0652). 

Jay M. Galst, M.D.: 2 medals commem- 
orating Dr. Galst 's presidency of the 
New York Numismatic Club, 1988- 
89 (1991.0187). 

Hector Garcia: art medal designed by 
Mr. Garcia titled "Flame of Free- 
dom," 1990 (1991.0243). 

Mildred G. Gates: man's clothing in- 
cluding 2 collars, 1820-45, a 3-piece 
wool suit, ca. 1887, and a 2-piece 
frock suit, 1913 (1990.0438). 

Gateway Coin Club of Merced Counry 
(through Joel Anderson): 2 bronze 
medals, one commemorating the 
100th anniversary of the incorpora- 
tion of the City of Merced, California 
in 1989 and the other commemorat- 
ing the 100th anniversary of the 
founding of Yosemite National Park 
in 1990 (1990.0399). 

Carl Garter: box of photographs and 
price lists of the Fisher, Bruce & 
Company ceramic and glass im- 
porters of Philadelphia, 1939-40 
(1990.3057). 

Marian DeBelle Gellermann: 2 cavalry 
sabers made in 1914 and 1918 and 



used by Maj. Josef Egmond 
Gellermann (1991.0260). 

General Dynamics Corporation, Quincy 
Shipyard Division (through James H. 
Gilliland): model of a liquid natural 
gas carrier (1979.3033). 

General Electric Credit Corporation 
(through John J. Canning): painting 
titled Computers by Bart Fotbes 
(1980.3034). 

General Motors Corporation (through 
Robert C. Stempel): 9 accessories for 
the GM Sunracer solar-powered auto- 
mobile, 1987 (1989. 3114); LAD Plant 
(through Thomas Welling): Corsica 
4-door automobile body (1990. 3000). 

Joseph Genovese: International Time 
Recording Company slave clock 
(1988.0500). 

The George Washington University 
(through Nelson L. Bomba): CDC 
8090 central processing unit with ca- 
bles attached and a CDC 603 tape 
transport unit (1988.0660). 

Honorable Richard A. Gephardt: blue 
oxford shirt and a red tie worn at a 
debate on December I, 1987 
(1989.0595). 

Elizabeth S. Geyet: Claxo combination 
humidifier, evaporizer, and fume dis- 
seminator patented in 1917 
(1990.0106). 

Charles A. Gilbert: organetto button ac- 
cordion made by Luigi Pistelli and 
Figli of Abruzzi, Italy, ca. 1890 
(1991.0020). 

The Gillette Company, Gillette Notth 
Atlantic Group (through A. Bruce 
Cleverly and Peter Hoffman): 
Gillette's Sensor razor in original 
packaging with set of 5 blade car- 
tridges, 1990 (1990.0592). 

Thomas Gillilland: 2 drug kits and a 
medicine bag used by William M. 
Wegmann, M.D. who practiced in 
Bladen, Nebraska (1990.0337). 

Cora Ginsburg, Inc. (through D. 

Ghelerter): red, white, and blue mus- 
lin parade dress, ca. 1900 (1991.0365); 
umbrella inscribed "Vote for 
Woman" (1991.3061). 

Doug Girling: Texas Insrruments pro- 
grammable calculator with accesso- 
ries and a Texas Instruments 
print/securiry cradle with paper tape 



166 



rolls (1990.0609); 3 manuals and a 
folder of documentation related to 
the Texas Instruments programmable 
calculator (1990.3166). 

Robert D. Gleichenaus: 298 stamps, 8 
covers, and a stamped postal receipt 
form of Switzerland (1989. 0014). 

Capt. Mark B. Gold, D.V.M.: red beret 
and ascot worn by Captain Gold 
while serving with the Sinai Multina- 
tional Force and Observers, 1988-89 
(1990.0533). 

Jodi E. Goldfinger: pressed glass 
pitcher commemorating Admiral 
Dewey and the Battle of Manila, 1898 
(1988.0801). 

Roger A. Goldsmith: 3 cans of freon- 
propelled automobile spray paint 
(1991.3071). 

William L. Gould: art medal de- 
signed by Mr. Gould titled 
"W.I.P.P.E.D. - Waste Isolation Per- 
sonal Plutonium Encasement De- 
vice" (1991.0242). 

Greg Chandler Gove and Virginia C. 
Gove: 1934 Trav-L-Coach house 
trailer (1981.0524). 

Seth Grae: leotard and vest finale cos- 
tume worn by Donna McKechnie as 
an original cast member of the play, 
A Chorus Line (1990.0581). 

Felix Grant: 152 phonograph records by 
Duke Ellington (1991.3032). 

Doris Stack Green, Harvey G. Stack 
and Norman Stack: 279 medals, 
madalets, and badges and 11 dies and 
hubs for personal and fraternal med- 
als and tokens (1984.1005). 

Dorothy A. and Nivie Green: 2 World's 
Fair bracelets of the 1930s and an 
Egyptian Revival btacelet, 1905-15 
(1990.0287). 

Robert D. Gleichenaus: 298 stamps, 8 
covers, and a stamped postal re- 
ceipt form of Switzerland 
(1989.0014). 

Capt. Mark B. Gold, D.V.M.: red beret 
and ascot worn by Captain Gold 
while serving with the Sinai Multina- 
tional Force and Observers, 1988-89 
(1990.0533). 

Jodi E. Goldfinger: pressed glass 
pitcher commemorating Admiral 
Dewey and the Battle of Manila, 1898 
(1988.0801). 



Roger A. Goldsmith: 3 cans of freon- 
propelled automobile sptay paint 
(1991.3071). 

William L. Gould: art medal designed 
by Mr. Gould titled "W.I.P.P.E.D. - 
Waste Isolation Petsonal Plutonium 
Encasement Device" (1991.0242). 

Greg Chandler Gove and Virginia C. 
Gove: 1934 Trav-L-Coach house 
trailer (1981.0524). 

Seth Grae: leotard and vest finale 
costume worn by Donna 
McKechnie as an original cast 
membet of the play, A Chorus Line 
(1990.0581). 

Felix Grant: 152 phonograph records by 
Duke Ellington (1991.3032). 

Doris Stack Green, Harvey G. Stack 
and Notman Stack: 279 medals, 
madalets, and badges and 11 dies 
and hubs fot personal and fraternal 
medals and tokens (1984.1005). 

Dorothy A. and Nivie Green: 2 World's 
Fair bracelets of the 1930s and an 
Egyptian Revival btacelet, 1905-15 
(1990.0287). 

Marvin N. Green: 8 documents about 
Underwood and Sunstrand adding 
and calculating machines, 1948-55 
(1990.3188). 

Rayna D. Gteen: 2 postcards and 2 but- 
tons reading "Ann Richards/Gover- 
nor" (1991.0044). 

Betty L Greenall and Terry G. Read: 
wooden baby cradle handmade in 
1899 by James Evans for his great- 
granddaughter, Lowell Havilla Bauer 
Read (1990.0456). 

William Greenbaum Fine Prints 
(through William N. Greenbaum): 
photograph of the wood engraver's 
workroom at Russell and Richardson 
of Boston (1991.0248). 

Greenduck Company: political button, 
"They're For You, Ike and Dick" 
(1990.0395). 

Dianne Gregg: square opalescent 
clear glass casserole dish made by 
the Fry Glass Company of 
Rochester, Pennsylvania, 1930s 
(1991.0322). 

Mary Ellen Gresham: length of pat- 
terned silk made by the Old Econom- 
ite Society of Ambridge, 
Pennsylvania (1989.0297). 



Greyhound Lines, Inc. (through E. W. 
Simmons): 6-piece bus driver's uni- 
form, 1983 (1990.0608). 

Banco de Guatemala (through Carlos E. 
Najera): 18 coins of Guatemala, 1963- 
64 and 1990 (1990.0553). 

Donald M. Haines: Wotking Mens Pro- 
tective Union membership certifi- 
cate, 1847 (1990.0697). 

Kenneth L. Hallenbeck: 2 propaganda 
notes urging Iraqui soldiers to ex- 
change the notes for safe conduct sur- 
render, 1991 (1991.0373). 

Hakim Hamidi: 6 Afghan notes issued 
in 1978 (1990.0011). 

Hamilton Community Foundation 
(through Richard L. Haid): Hooven 
automatic typewriter consisting of a 
perforator, mechanism, set of leaf 
stands, and a set of paper rolls, 1920s 
(1987.0087). 

Dr. Carl Hammer: 28 books and pam- 
phlets of mathematical and other ta- 
bles (1988.3105). 

Bill Hanson: 3 photogtaphs of Maine by 
Mr. Hanson taken in 1963, 1977, and 
1983 (1990.0370). 

F. C. Harding: Summitone transistor 
portable tape recorder with TDK syn- 
chrotape, microphone, and earphone 
(1990.0052). 

Prof. Leon D. Harmon: 8 groups of 
drawings, reports, and glass- 
mounted slides relating to the Insti- 
tute for Advanced Study computer 
project, 1950s (1982.0169). 

Douglas J. Harnsberger: pair of gold 
cuff links and a brass instrument 
box used by architect Robert Mills 
(1991.0048). 

Dale G. Harper: lithogtaph postet of 
"The Worcester Salt Special" 
(1991.0191). 

M. Deane Harper: 4 reproduction rub- 
ber bicycle tires (1990.3100). 

Stan Harper: Richter diatonic harmon- 
ica in the key of F, ca. 1900 
(1991.0196). 

Patti Harris: 2 T-shirts, a can of sun- 
dried fireants, pin, and a videotape 
cassette, all from the 1990 Fireant 
Festival of Marshall, Texas 
(1990.3206). 

Cynthia E. Hartison: academic letter 
sweatet and lettet jacket, 1960s 



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(i99°°677)'. senior hat worn by Ms. 
Harrison while attending Samuel J. 
Tilden High School in Brooklyn, 
New York, 1963 (1991.0016). 

Maj. Kenneth E. and Viola L. Harte: 28 
fitearms and a hunting knife manu- 
factured from 1850 to 1881 (1988.0129). 

Harvard University, Department of 
Physics, Jefferson Physical Labora- 
tory (through Francis M. Pipkin): 
Percy W. Bridgman's atmospheric 
press, Kelvinbridge, Bridgman and 
Chase atmospheric press, framed dia- 
gram of Leonard Abbott's atmo- 
spheric press, and miscellaneous parts 
used by Bridgman (1980.0595). 

Warner Harwood (through Thomas E. 
Stroud): 2 Grand Army of the Repub- 
lic veteran service medals awarded to 
William Harwood for service from 
1861-66 and for service as Com- 
mander in Chief of the G.A.R. 
awarded on August 27, 1889 
(1990.0625). 

Madeline Hauptman: MAD RAQ 
"Power Weave" tennis racquet in- 
vented and patented by Ms. Haupt- 
man (1990.0668). 

Frank J. Havlicek: zgyotaku fish prints 
by Mr. Havlicek, 1990 (1990.0454). 

Charles Haywood: first day cover of 
Great Britain (1989.0251). 

Raymond J. Hebert: 3 Ashanti gold 
weights made of bronze and 3 Afri- 
can coiled arm rings of copper, brass, 
and iron used as money (1988.0817). 

Cyndie Heiskell: woman's snow leopard 
jacket made in Katmandu, Nepal, 
1965-70 (1991.0024). 

William H. Helfand: 228 pharmaceuti- 
cally and medically related advertise- 
ments, trade cards, invoices, postets, 
and miscellaneous ephemera 
(1988. 3152); 2 posters of "Journee 
Nationale des Tuberculeaux" 
(1990. 3171); 49 medically and pharma- 
ceutically related advertising papers 
(1991.3052). 

Edward L. Heller: 12 posters of the 
OQMG Production Planning and 
Control Division, WW II 
(1986.3017). 

Ch. Henault: 8 coins of Zaire, 1976-78, 
and 2 paper notes of Zaire 
(1989.0736). 



Mattie Herrington: Electrolux vacuum 
cleaner (1987.0586). 

Hershey Museum of American Life 
(through Leslie A. Bellais): 5 uniform 
irems of a Japanese Navy enlisted 
man, WW II (1990.0174). 

Christine M. and Marvin D. Heston: 
Pearl Harbor commemorative beer 
bottle, 1947 (1991.0075). 

Julia Ann and Lindsey Hickman: vase 
and pitcher of the Eocean line 
made by the Weller Pottery of 
Zanesville, Ohio, 1899-1907 
(1991.0284). 

Mrs. William H. C. Higgins: set of re- 
search notes and related material for 
the book Power from Oil by William 
H. C. Higgins, III (1990.3091). 

The Borough of Hightstown (through 
Richard W Aughenbaugh and Sheila 
Clark): 33 original stone sleepers 
which supported rails for the Cam- 
den and Amboy Railroad in New Jer- 
sey, 1832 (1986.0175). 

Basil I. Hirschowitz, M.D.: light source 
for a gastroscope (1990.0451). 

F. B. Hodges: 2 photographs of the sink- 
ing of the SS Alcoa Mariner during 
WW II and a compass used on one of 
her lifeboats (1990.0577). 

Morris Hodora: 7 programs of the an- 
nual International Duke Ellington 
Study Group Conference, 1983-89 
(1990.3178). 

James S. Hodsdon: 6 components mak- 
ing up an Altair 680 compurer kit 
and a binder of documentation 
(1990.0653). 

Carolyn N. and Donald Hoke: type- 
writer oiler (1990.0277). 

Olav Holden: 27 first flight covers is- 
sued by Air Portugal, 1980-81 
(1988.0373). 

Martha Holmes: videotape cassette con- 
taining 6 Diet Pepsi commercials 
(1990.3008). 

The Homestead (through Charles F. In- 
galsbee): Zander chest ptess and a 
Zander 2-beater vibrating exercise 
machine (1989.0597). 

The Honolulu Mint (through Steven 
D. Lee): silver medal commemorat- 
ing the 200th anniversary of the ar- 
rival of the Chinese people to the 
islands of Hawaii, 1989 (1989.0534). 



K. L. Hosner: 2 political buttons con- 
cerning President George Bush 
(1990.0428). 

Edward Hotaling: newspaper tearsheet 
with poem, "The Quayle," by Mr. 
Hotaling (1990.3060). 

Jacquelyne A. and Richard L. Hott: 10 
player piano rolls (1986.0004). 

Houston Gun Collector's Association In- 
cot porated (through Paul C. Janke 
and Charles McKim): commemora- 
tive rifle marked "1950 - Houston 
Gun Collectots Association - 1983" 
(1983.0809). 

Stephen Howard: 2 art medals designed 
by Mr. Howard titled "Things on 
Rocks A & B," 1990 (1991.0241). 

Elton L. Howe: 117 objects from Mr. 
Howe's clockmaking shop including 
91 horological tools, 17 watches, 3 
timers, 2 clocks, a watch cleaning ma- 
chine, watch timing machine, type- 
writet, and a motor for a turret clock 
(1989. 0671); 7 educational model kits 
dealing with the 5 senses (1990.0336). 

Dr. Theodore R. Hudson: program for 
the Duke Ellington Spring Music 
Festival at the University of Massa- 
chusetts on May 6, 1978 (1990.3187). 

Eleanora D. and William F. Huf: 167 
miscellaneous coins, tokens, and 
paper money (1990.0555). 

Cynthia C. and Donald A. Hull: Os- 
borne Model OCC2 microcomputer 
with a reference guide, set of informa- 
tion guides, and a set of software 
floppy disks, ca. 1983 (1991.0186). 

James S. Hutchins: LZ-129 German 
cover commemorating the Zeppelin 
HinJenburg dated 1936 (1989.0222). 

Nancy Rowan Hutchinson and John L. 
and Marguerite W. Rowan: silver ser- 
vice including a coffeepot, teapot, 
kettle with stand, sugar bowl, 
creamer, waste bowl, and a tray, all 
presented to William A. Rowan on 
February 22, 1914 upon his retire- 
ment from James Stewart &c Com- 
pany (1991.0352). 

INA Corporation (through William A. 
Slugg): 2 blank marine ledgers 
(1979.3032); 2 Eagle splat chairs 
(1979.3041). 

Indianapolis Motot Speedway Corpora- 
tion (through R. Kent Liffick): set of 



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j6 paving bricks from the original In- 
dianapolis Motor Speedway, 1909 
(1989.0388). 

Intel Corporation, Strategic Communi- 
cations (through Howard High): 
computer wafer and packaged die 
from the i860 seties (1990.0506). 

International Business Machines Corpo- 
ration (through Becky Roubidoux): 2 
sttoke counters for IBM Selectric and 
Typebar typewriters (1989.0546); Of- 
fice of the Director, Corporate Cul- 
tural Programs (through R. P. 
Berglund and John M. Bukovinsky): 
IBM Engineering Model 1345 tabulat- 
ing machine, 1920 (1990.0693). 

Government of the State of Israel, Min- 
istry of Communications, Philatelic 
Services: 8 first day covers of Israel 
(1989.0076); 8 first day covers of Is- 
rael (1989.0420); 12 stamps, 10 first 
day covers, and a souvenir sheet of Is- 
rael (1990.0101); 7 first day covers of 
Israel (1990.0476). 

Bernice W. Jackson: 6 documents re- 
flecting the life and work of Christo- 
pher Bechtler, Sr. and Christophet 
Bechtler, Jr., makers of private gold 
coinage in Rutherford, North Caro- 
lina (1990.0162). 

William Jackson: 20 pieces of beauty 
parlor furnishings made by Emil J. 
Paidar Company in the 1930s 
(1988.0835). 

Dorothy Jacobs: book, The Poultryman's 
Complete Handbook (1990.3143); "The 
Archies" drinking glass (1991.0285). 

Bryan Jacques: Belgian Fabrique 
Nationale experimental rifle and a 
magazine (1990.0330). 

Rev. Howard K.James: minister's bap- 
tismal gown (1991.0266). 

Bank of Japan, Cash Department 
(through Mitsuo Fujimoto): 2 silver 
5,000-yefl coins commemorating the 
International Garden and Greenery 
Exposition held in Osaka, Japan in 
1990 (1990.0259); Issue Department 
(through Yoshifuru Murahawi): 2 
1,000-yen banknotes of Japan, 1990 
(1991.0158); 6 Japanese coins com- 
memorating the Enthronement of 
the Emperor, centennial of the judi- 
cial system, and centennial of the 
Diet (1991.0175). 



Marian B. Javits: "Hand and Jewels" ho- 
lographic image made for Carrier 
Jewelry Stote in New York City by 
G. Robert Schinella, 1972 
(1990.0691). 

Hilda L and John Jay: half of a jac- 
quard double-woven coverlet dated 
1847 probably made by William 
Craig, Sr. in Decatur County, Indiana 
(1990.0293). 

Joy N. Jepson: 9 pieces of silvet flat- 
ware in the "Louis XVI" pattern 
made by Shreve & Company of San 
Francisco, ca. 1909 (1991.0321). 

Geri Jimenez-Gould: bronze art medal 
titled "Jicarilla Apache" designed by 
Ms. Jimenez-Gould (1991.0240). 

Paul Johnes: 5 radios, 2 tape record- 
ers, and a "Magictron" logo figu- 
tine, all designed by John Vassos 
fot RCA (1989.0657); 16 medals and 
decorations some designed by, and 
some awatded to, John Vassos be- 
tween 1935 and 1957 (1990.0396); 
"Moby Dick" utility knife designed 
by John Vassos and made by Rem- 
ington Atms Company of Bridge- 
port, Connecticut, ca. 1937 
(1990.0504). 

Patricia E. Johnson: membership card 
in the United Automobile Workers 
of America issued to Francis Johnson 
in 1942 (1990.0431). 

Arabel Wycoff Cammann Johnston in 
memory of Margaret Carpenter 
Cammann: cornet made by William 
Hillyard of London, 1886-93, and a 
leather-covered wooden case 
(1991.0280). 

Warren R. Johnston: engraving of #1 
Broadway, headquarters of the White 
Star Line and other steamship compa- 
nies (1979.3030). 

A. Don Jones: U.S. cover commemorat- 
ing the memorial flight dedicated to 
Rear Adm. Jesse G. Johnson on No- 
vember 15, 1980 (1989.0250). 

Lu Ann Jones: Fulton seamless feed 
sack (1990.3213). 

Robert S. Jones: original prototype 
lunchbox for the animated film The 
Secret of NIMH (1990.0448). 

Jordan Philatelic Club (through Ismat 
Beano): 33 stamps of Jordan 
(1989.0229). 



Robert T. Jordan: household Delco- 
Heat thermostat time switch, 1941 
(1991.0184). 

Judah Magnes Museum, Jewish-Ameri- 
can Hall of Fame (through Mel 
Wacks): silver medal commemorat- 
ing artist Marc Chagall designed by 
Marika Somogyi in 1985 (1989.0529). 

Arthur M. Kagin: obverse die for an oc- 
tagonal gold U.S. half dollar, 1857 
(1991.0208). 

Richard Kahn, M.D.: Gastro-Photot 
camera used fot diagnostic photo- 
graphs of the stomach in the 1940s 
(1990.0229); sctapbook of the history 
of the use of the Gastro-Photor cam- 
era, 1940s (1990. 3139). 

Kansas State Univetsity, Depattment of 
Psychology (through Frank E. Saal): 
wooden finger maze and a psycholog- 
ical test scoring device (1990.0596). 

Alvin R. and Marjorie Sered Kantor: 
Post office letter-copy book of John 
Locke Scripps when Postmastet of 
Chicago, 1861-64, and a letter dated 
April 7, 1864 (1989.0509); 3 issues of 
the Baltimore Daily Intelligencer of 
1794 (1989.0718). 

Peter Kassan: 665 harmonicas and har- 
monica boxes of the 19th and 20th 
centuries (1988.0783). 

Hentyk Kaston: matched quartet of vio- 
lin, viola, and cello bows made by 
Mr. Kaston, 20th century 
(1990.0696). 

Lyman G. Kauffman: 30 match book 
covers of U.S. Navy and Marine 
Corps ships and stations, 1911-45 
(1990.0547). 

Jacqueline S. and Leon S. Kawecki: sil- 
ver medal designed by Mr. Kawecki 
commemorating the American Revo- 
lution Bicentennial and Genetals 
Kosciuszko, Pulaski, and Washing- 
ton, 1976 (1990.0497). 

John L. Kay: 7 handstamps, 2 sets of 
type for handstamps, a set of headet 
cards, badge, ashtray and a T-shitt, 
all used on the Railway Post Office 
(1989.0583). 

Laura St. A. Keller: porcelain vase hand- 
painred by Mrs. Prince of Brooklyn, 
New York and 4 photographs of Mrs. 
Prince and her wares, 1890s 
(1990.0325). 



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Barbara H. Kemp: Socialist Party-Social 
Democratic Federation membership 
card, i960 (1991.0103). 

Peggy Kidwell: T-shirt commemorat- 
ing George Washington University's 
Math Awareness Week 1990 
(1990.3068). 

Rev. Edwin King: poster, comic book, 
and a file of civil rights affidavits 
compiled by Robert Weil on behalf 
of the Student Nonviolent Coordinat- 
ing Committee and the Council of 
Federated Organizations, 1964 
(1988.0595). 

Phyllis E. M. King: Daily Sketch news- 
paper of April 18, 1912 featuring pho- 
tographs taken on board the Titanic 
by a passenger (1991.0080). 

Margaret B. Klapthor: fund-raising let- 
ter from Rosalynn Carter dated May 
30, 1990 (1990.0429). 

Hatlan H. Knapp: All-Electric Erector 
construction toy made by the Gilbert 
Company of New Haven, Connecti- 
cut, 1939 (1991.3068). 

Jim Knecht: art medal designed by Mr. 
Knecht titled "Challenge," 1987-90 
(1991.0239). 

Eugene I. Knez: 4 pairs of dress black 
shoes, 2 cotton shirts, a raincoat, cap 
cover, duffle bag, and a compass, 
1960s (1977.0787). 

Fay Knicely: iron-on tape, used for 
mending fabric, 1930-60 
(1990.0402). 

Anne Pemberton Koplen, Deb Koplen, 
and Theodore George Koplen 
(through Deb Koplen): woman's and 
a man's 2-piece hunting outfits and a 
pair of man's heavy -duty suspenders, 
1935-41 (1990.0045). 

Andrew P. Kosic: 983 Italian revenue 
stamps (1988.0719). 

William E. Kost: McCormick-Deering 
electric cream separator with accesso- 
ries, ca. 1942 (1990.0630). 

Melvin Kranzberg, Ph.D.: 139 boxes of 
personal papers and records of the So- 
ciety for the History of Technology 
(1988. 3128). 

Ruth Krauss in memory of Crockett 
Johnson: 79 paintings of mathemati- 
cal subjects by Crockett Johnson, 
1965-75 (1979.1093); 10 sets of draw- 
ings and documents related to Crock- 



ett Johnson's mathematical paintings 
(1979.3083). 

Neil K. Kroschel: 37 stamps and 3 cov- 
ers of Australia (1988.0787). 

Mark A. R. Kuhn, M.D.: Original-Odh- 
ner calculating machine made in Swe- 
den and an instruction pamphlet, ca. 
1955 (1991-0183). 

Cameron J. LaClair, Jr.: Denon Model 
DCD-1000 compact disc player 
(1990.0155). 

Frank F. La Guisa: elliptical reflector 
lamp invented by Mr. La Guisa 
(1985.0410). 

Edwin M. and Mary Lou Lamphere: 
white porcelain vase-shaped pitcher 
made at a factory of William Ellis 
Tucker of Philadelphia, 1826-38 
(1990.0541). 

Jack La Lanne: videotape cassette and 
reel of film showing exercises, "Glam- 
our Stretcher" exercise device, blue 
jumpsuit, and a swimsuit, all used by 
Mr. La Lanne (1989.0344). 

Susan M. Lancaster: woman's red satin 
dress with rhinestone comet decora- 
tions, 1932-38 (1990.0393). 

Deborah Nadoolman Landis: costume 
budget and sketchbook by Ms. Lan- 
dis, press kit, and 5th draft script, all 
from the motion picture, Raiders of 
the hut Ark, 1980 (1989.0401). 

Langley: Italian newspaper published in 
New York in 1885 (1991.3023). 

J. B. Lankes in memory of J. J. Lankes: 
39 engraved wood blocks made by J. 
J. Lankes and 46 print proofs 
(1990.0202); 8 engraved wood blocks 
of the Pennsylvania Dutch barn series 
made by J. J. Lankes and 8 prints 
made from the blocks (1991.0313). 

Folmer Larsen: 8 stamps of Greenland 
with forged cancellations 
(1989.0245). 

Btuce Larson: 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass 
funny car rube frame dragstet and a 
prop rod for the upper body 
(1989.0755); driver's fire resistant uni- 
form, crash helmet, and a neck brace 
worn by Mr. Larson when driving the 
Oldsmobile Cutlass funny car and a 
trophy won by him during the 1989 
racing season (1990.0187). 

Lasertron (through Kenneth W Nill): 
laser module (1990.0464). 



Helen Latimer: Miller rifle-musket 
with bayonet made in 1864 and con- 
verted to breech-loading by the Meri- 
den Manufacturing Company, 
1865-67 (1990.0686). 

Seymour A. Lazerowitz: 115 handmade 
Valentine cards, 1820-80 (1991.3002). 

Leatherwood Land Company (through 
Frank Thomas Gravely and Harry 
Gravely Lee): Gravely family coach 
used on their pre-Civil War Virginia 
plantation (1981.0652). 

Mrs. Helen Lee: 3 usher's uniforms and 
an usher's apron (1990.0650). 

Karen M. Lee: parallel rule made by the 
C-Thru Ruler Company (1990. 3130). 

William B. Lee, D.D.S.: Page-Chayes 
high-speed dental handpiece 
(1990.0663). 

John R. Lehmann: Cine-Kodak Model 
K cameta with lens attached, case 
with accessories, 2 sets of filters, an- 
stigmat lens, belt, empty film reel, 
and an instruction booklet 
(1990.0502). 

Don Lemke: North Vietnamese flag and 
an army intelligence evasion chart, 
ca. 1968 (1991.0189). 

Thomas J. Lester: Haynes automobile 
radiator emblem, ca. 1915 
(1988.0199). 

Bennett Levin, P.E.: scale model of 
Pennsylvania Railroad T-l locomo- 
tive and tender, 1946 (1987.0881). 

Bernard Levine: advertisement card for 
The Youths Companion published by 
Perry Mason Sc Company of Boston, 
Massachusetts, 1883 (1991. 3011). 

Bertram Levine: 11 medals, 4 plaques, a 
trophy, membership card, hatband, 
scrapbook, passport, booklet, and an 
official pass reflecting Benjamin 
Levine's career as an Olympic official 
and founder of the Golden Glove's 
amateur boxing competition 
(1991.0049). 

Dotothy B. Libbey (through James E. 
Btearton): Bowie knife with leather 
sheath once owned by Sam Houston 
(1990.0546). 

H. L. Lindquist Publications: airmail 
cover cancelled by the U.S. Navy on 
June 14, 1967 (1989.0232). 

Robert W. Little: 3 botanical prints by 
Mr. Little (1991.0105). 



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Stanley A. Lomas: 14 reels of film con- 
taining 23.6 television commercials 
(1990. 3019); 10 photographs of televi- 
sion commercial production, 1940-60 
(1990.3085). 

Kathryn A. Looney: 3 dues books, a 
gold-plated union card, and a 
membership card all of the Brick- 
layers, Masons and Plasterers Inter- 
national Union of America 
(1990.0432). 

Louisiana Power & Light Company 
(through John J. Cordaro and Nich- 
olas M. Musmeci): Daystrom 046 
computer with 22 circuit boards, 9 
paper tapes, an I/O control console, 
Ferranti tape spooler, and a box to 
hold circuit boards, all used to con- 
trol a major electric power station, 
1962-87 (1990. 0551). 

Harry Lowe: woman's wrapper, 1895- 
1910 (1991.0037). 

Darrell B. Lucas: scrapbook of advertise- 
ments compiled by Mr. Lucas for a 
college psychology class in 1922 
(1990.3160). 

Isabel Cary Lundberg, Ph.D.: white cot- 
ton dresser scarf with shadow embroi- 
dery and lace trim, 20th century 
(1991.0109). 

Philip K. Lundeberg: piece of WW I 
iron schrapnel (1990.0604). 

Lenore Fenton MacClain: IBM electric 
typewriter with Dvorak keyboard 
(1987.0544). 

Bonnie J. MacDonald: WW I uniform 
coat and 2 pairs of breeches, 2 ammu- 
nition pouches, 2 spoons, a pair of un- 
dershorts, belt, canteen cover, and a 
utility bag (1989.3092). 

Maj. Gen. John J. Maginnis, USA 
(Ret.) (through Robert J. Whipple): 
48-star U.S. flag which was the first 
U.S. flag to enter Berlin, June 23, 
1945 (1990.0203). 

University of Maine, Pulp and Paper 
Foundation (through Stanley N. Mar- 
shall, Jr.): sample of radio condenser 
paper (1990.0575). 

Artemuis Pervis Maness and Ray Auriel 
Maness: U.S. Navy enlisted man's 
dress blue uniform jumper, trousers, 
and flat hat, a shoe brush, and a post- 
card of the U.S.S. Mississippi, 1917-19 
(1991.0215). 



Ronald H. Mangseth: Navy Cross, Vic- 
tory medal, and a miniature set of 
these medals awarded to WW I U.S. 
Navy submarine Comdr. Thomas 
Baxter (1990.0606). 

Marking Device Association Interna- 
tional (through David E. Lister): 3 
type sets of changeable dates for 
handstamps, 1930s (1989.0334). 

George C. Marshall Research Founda- 
tion: first day cover commemorating 
the 20th anniversary of the Marshall 
Plan (1989.0234). 

Chester Y. Martin: art medal designed 
by Mr. Martin titled "Figures in 
Landscapes," 1989 (1991.0238). 

Karen L Martin: art medal designed by 
Ms. Martin titled "Waves II" 
(1991.0237). 

Lucille G. Martin: amateur radio re- 
ceiver with power supply, cable inter- 
connect, and coil set, ca. 1962 
(1990.0079). 

Peter Martin: II covers relating to the 
1989 National Scout Jamboree and 
the Scouts on Stamps Society Interna- 
tional (1989.0517). 

Fluid L. Martinez: wooden religious fig- 
ure group of the nativity of Jesus 
with angel hand-carved by Mr. 
Martinez in 1987 (1988.0684). 

Vaughn F. Mason: 3 templates and 2 let- 
ter sorting machine models 
(1989.0111). 

Mastervoice, Inc. (through Gus Searcy): 
"Butler-In-A-Box" home security sys- 
tem with 3 Home Show videotape 
cassettes and a training videotape cas- 
sette (1991.3015). 

Otto Mayr: cover of Switzerland 
(1989.0248). 

Maytag Company (through R. 

Krajnovich): Maytag Model E2L gyra- 
tor electric washing machine made in 
1940 (1987.0888). 

Paul B. McCracken III: advertisement 
of May 1959 featuring Ronald Reagan 
endorsing Union Pacific Domeliner 
passenger trains (1991.3034). 

Lee S. McDonald, Inc. (through Rosa- 
lyn Kramer): 3 screens and a mould 
used in papermaking (1990.0544). 

Mary McFadden: woman's evening 
dress with black miniskirt and 
beaded strapless bodice designed by 



Ms. McFadden in 1989 and black 
satin shoes, black stockings, earrings, 
and the designer's sketch of the dress 
(1990.0246). 

Patricia R. McFarland: letter opener 
and ash tray used by former Attorney 
General Homer Stills Cummings, ca. 
1939(1991.0363). 

Patrick C. McFaull in memory of Capt. 
John R. McFaull: Waltham pocket 
watch, ca. 1907 (1990.0420). 

Mark R. McGunegill: model of David 
Bushnell's 1776 submarine Turtle 
made by Mr. McGunegill in 1986 
(1990.0302). 

Capt. Jane P. McKeon: 39 unifotm and 
clothing items worn by Captain 
McKeon when a cadet in the first 
class to graduate women from the 
U.S. Military Academy, 1980 
(1985.0738). 

Dorothy Gruener McLinden: woman's 
silver fox fur neckpiece with heads, 
tails and legs attached, 1941-42 
(1991.0171). 

May F. McMillan, Ph.D., in memory of 
Charles Edward McMillan and Eu- 
gene Charlton McMillan, Jr., M.D.: 
Mc Tammany design organette, 1878- 
86, mechanical orgaruta, and 17 
paper rolls of music used in these in- 
struments (1991.0132). 

Peter McWilliams: NorthStar Horizon 
personal computer and a set of soft- 
ware floppy disks (1989.0354). 

George Meany Memorial Archives 
(through Lynda J. DeLoach): 27 labor 
union posters (1990.0324). 

Betty J. Meggers: 2 Cuban first day cov- 
ets with stamps designed by Jose 
Martinez commemorating the 490th 
anniversary of the discovery of Amer- 
ica, 1982(1989.0155). 

Dhirubhai Mehta: 46 postage stamps of 
India with a collector's pack sheet 
and folder (1988.0675); 44 stamps, 22 
covets, 5 aerogrammes, a wrapper, 
and a souvenir sheet of India 
(1989.0502). 

Gen. Montgomery C. Meigs: 13 sea 
shells used fot premonetary exchange 
(1991.0127). 

Keith Melder: 1990 political advertis- 
ing packet for Paul Simon 
(1990.0588). 



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Frances G. Meltzer: 5 licenses and certif- 
icates, 2 medicament cups, a wool 
cape, sterilizer, set of dentistry instru- 
ments, oilstone, chain clip, set of bris- 
tle discs, contra-angle U, 
prophy-angle, and a set of points 
from Mrs. Meltzer's career as a dental 
hygienist (1990.0367); set of arm 
patches, ser of cap ribbons, gradua- 
tion program, and a class photogtaph 
of the Murry and Leonie 
Guggenheim Dental Clinic, School 
of Dental Hygienists, Class of June 
1940 (1990.3095). 

Richard J. Mercer: 4 audiotape cassettes 
and 2 videotape cassettes of Campbell 
soup commercials (1990.3007). 

Joy E. Merritt: poster, "Why Uncle Sam 
OK'd the Pharmacopoeia" (1991.0110). 

Hans Meyer: wind-powered generator 
made by Allied Electric Products 
Company in 1945 and a stub tower 
(1989.0723). 

Meylan Corporation (through C. M. 
Prinaris): 2 stopwatches and a stop- 
watch holder (1991.0286). 

Dr. Anthony R. Michaelis: British 
btonze medal commemorating Dr. 
Michaelis' 75th birthday, 1991 
(1991.0374). 

Tony Middleton: 3 souvenit programs, 2 
program photocopies, and a publicity 
manual photocopy, all related to 
Duke Ellington concert tours in 
Great Britain (1990. 3194). 

University of Minnesota, Department of 
Cell Biology and Neuroscience 
(through David A. Lee): component 
quantitator used to measure amounts 
of tissue ptesent in body organs in- 
vented by Dr. Anna-Mary Carpenter, 
1962 (1991.0056). 

Ms. Evelyn Mischke: white oak splint 
woven farm basket in mellon form, 
1860-90, possibly made by an African 
American (1991.0181). 

Government of the Ptincipality of Mo- 
naco, Postes et Telecommunications, 
Office des Emissions de Timbres- 
Poste: 20 stamps, 2 souvenir sheets, 
and a miniature sheet of Monaco 
(1989.0341); 14 stamps and 2 souvenir 
sheets of Monaco (1989. 0501); 23 
stamps and 2 souvenit sheets of Mo- 
naco (1990. 0131); 23 stamps and a 



miniature sheet of Monaco 
(1990.0562). 

The Monongahela Railway Company 
(through Paul H. Reisttup): 8-wheel 
cupola caboose built by the Interna- 
tional Car and Equipment Company 
of Chicago, Illinois in 1949 
(1990.0692). 

Earl E. Moore: 61 U.S. checks, bills of 
exchange, and miscellaneous finan- 
cial documents (1990.0535). 

MSgt. Edward J. Moore, USMC (Ret.): 
model of the slow -pitch Softball 
strike zone carpet developed by 
MSgt. Moote in 1961 (1990.0481). 

Carolyn Wilder Moran: set of pricked 
parchment patterns, set of spools, 
and a pillow with a piece of bobbin 
lace in progress in a storage box with 
tools, all used by Ann Terry when 
learning lace-making, 1810-20 
(1990.0084). 

Gregory A. and Thelma L Morris: 2 
photogtaphs, 2 newsclippings, a 
news article, and an advertisement 
book, all related to Billy Strayhom 
(1990.3196). 

Joan and Robert K. Morrison: 139 au- 
diotaped oral histories, 79 edited 
transcripts, and a group of photo- 
graphs and othet archival material 
used by the Morrisons when wriring 
their book From Camelot to Kent State: 
The Sixties Experience in the Words of 
Those Who Livedll (1989. 3121). 

Azariah Hollis Morton: program from 
Sarah Vaughan's memorial service of 
April 9, 1990 (1990.3195). 

Motorola, Inc., Semiconductor Products 
Sector, Microprocessor Products 
Group (through Lisa Had ley): 13 mi- 
croprocessor chips, wafers, and dies of 
the 6800 and 68000 series 
(1990.0301). 

John W. Mount: 367 folders of archival 
material reflecting the researches of 
independent inventot Wadsworth 
Walton Mount, 1907-85 (1989.3105). 

Lt. Col. William Mozey, Jr., USA 

(Ret.): 7 bayonets, 2 veteran's badges, 
2 toy crossbows, a toy rifle, Brown 
Bess musket, breech bolt, watch fob, 
identification bracelet, ceramic dish, 
and a pait of uniform trousers 
(1989.0253). 



Stephen J. Mtozek: 4 U.S. Army Michi- 
gan National Guard Airborne insig- 
nia (1990.3041). 

MTB Banking Corporation (through 
Dan S. Weissman): 4 U.S.S.R. histori- 
cal series proof coins of silver, palla- 
dium, and platinum and a U.S.S.R. 
"Ballerina" palladium coin, all 1989 
(1989.0740); 58 dirhems of the Mongol 
Chaghatay Khans, 4 U.S.S.R. 1988 
proof coins, and a Chinese 1988 palla- 
dium medal (1990.0566). 

Mr. and Mrs. Rene Muller: 2 WW I 
postcards with Belgian stamps 
mailed in Le Havre, France where the 
Belgian government-in-exile resided 
(1989.0192). 

Mrs. John H. Murray: 5 pressed pattern 
glass pieces, 2 art pottery pieces, 2 re- 
fined earthenware pieces, a glass 
whale oil lamp, glass tumbler, and an 
ironstone cup plate (1988.0765); 4 
samplers, 2 embroidered pictures, 
and a piece of printed cotton fabric, 
all with strawberry motifs 
(1988.0831); 7 handkerchiefs, 4 sets of 
appliques, 3 furnishing fabrics, 2 
Vera scarves, a ribbon, potholder, and 
a crocheted handbag (1989.0661); 49 
fabrics with printed strawberry mo- 
tifs, 1940-80 (1989.0754); 4 beverage 
coasters, 2 spice shakers, 2 patty pans, 
2 food molds, a frying pan, tray, can- 
dle box, pewter teapot, and a pewter 
tea and coffee set (1990.0339); II 
pieces of woman's clothing and acces- 
sories including 3 pairs of gloves, 2 
hats, 2 blouses, 2 dresses, a purse, and 
pajamas, 1949-69 (1990.0406); 47 
carved wooden household objects in- 
cluding 31 butter molds and stamps, 
12 cookie and confectionary molds, a 
serving fork and spoon, spice jar, and 
a painted goblet (1990.0447); 18 
pieces of small kitchen and table- 
wares (1990.0503); 7 sets of tea tow- 
els and cloths, 2 ftamed samplers 
dated 1933 and 1935, a dresser set of 
machine lace, crocheted potholdet, 
and a crocheted washcloth 
(1991.0315). 

Dr. C. S. Myers: 52 coaxial cables used 
during a project to standardize radio 
frequency transmission lines and fit- 
tings during WW II (1990.0390). 



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Susan H. Myers: II stereographs taken 
at the U.S. Military Academy, 1900-5 
(1987.3032). 

National Association of Letter Carriers 
(through Vincent R. Sombtotto): 2 
buttons and 2 badges commemorat- 
ing the 100th anniversary of the Na- 
tional Association of Letter Carriers 
(1989.0697). 

National Press Photographers Associa- 
tion (through John Faber): 123 cam- 
eras, lenses, flash equipment, and 
miscellaneous apparatus used in 
newspaper photogtaphy (1981.0483). 

National Railroad Passenger Corpora- 
tion (through T. P. Hackney, Jt.): 
steel shipping container for use on 
railroads and trucks made by Ameri- 
can Car and Foundry Company, ca. 
1921 (1986.0447). 

National Trust for Historic Preserva- 
tion (through J. Jackson Walrer): 11 
sets of architectural fragments ftom 
the Harral -Wheeler house in 
Bridgeport, Connecticut designed 
by Alexander Jackson Davis in 1846 
(1991.0146). 

Jack B. Navarre: 46 orders, telegrams, 
identity cards, passes, and memora- 
bilia relating to Mr. Navarre's service 
in the U.S. Merchant Marine during 
WW II (1990.3112). 

Navy League of the United States, New 
York Council (through Daniel J. 
Howe, Jr. and Arthur D. Ward): 
Navy league flag taken by Capt. Rob- 
en E. Peary to the Norrh Pole in 
1909 (1991.0262). 

Mark Needleman: U.S. Treasury Inter- 
nal Revenue Prescription Blank 
filled out to prescribe whiskey, dared 
1926(1991.0283). 

Zipora Neeman: decorative paper cur- 
ting by Yaakov Neeman ofzSuaoth 
harvest festival scene with Hebtew in- 
scriptions and symbols, 1982 
(1988.0465). 

R. Stanley Nelson: American Ace har- 
monica made in Ireland and a Brelli 
harmonica made in Jiangsu, China 
(1991.0304). 

Government of the Netherlands, PTT 
Centrale Directie: postage stamp of 
the Netherlands (1989.0058); PTT 
Post B.V. (through J. W. Bonsing): 51 



stamps of the Netherlands 
(1990.0614). 

New York City Opera (rhrough Joseph 
A. Cirarella): 2 dresses, a hoop under- 
skirt, helmet, and a turban worn by 
Beverly Sills in the opetujulius C<#- 
,rar(i99i.oi62). 

New York University: 2 quadranrs, an 
Italian-sryle sector, protracror-geo- 
metnc square, and a diptych sundial 
(1990.0646). 

Government of New Zealand, Post Of- 
fice Philatelic Bureau (through Basil 
E. Umuroa): 19 stamps, a miniature 
sheet, and a prestamped envelope of 
New Zealand (1989.0060); miniature 
sheet of New Zealand (1989.0244);: 
21 stamps and a miniature sheet of 
New Zealand (1989.0499); 17 stamps, 
4 souvenir sheets, and a miniature 
sheet of New Zealand (1990.0069); 18 
stamps and 2 souvenir sheets of New 
Zealand (1990.0471). 

Hugo J. Nickse: 14 sets of framed pho- 
togtaphs of ivory-working companies 
in Connecticut, 1880-1960 (1990. 3113). 

Harald Nilsson: 7 kronur di Iceland, 
1981-89 (1990.06a). 

Government of Niue, Post Office, Phila- 
telic Bureau: 3 stamps, a first day 
cover, and a souvenir sheet of Niue 
(1989.0552); 12 stamps, 3 first day cov- 
ers, and 2 souvenir sheets of Niue 
(1990.0049). 

James Veach Noble: bronze medal com- 
memorating New York City Ballet 
founder and choreographer George 
Balanchine, 1983 (1989.0636). 

North Carolina Museum of History 
(through Martha E. Battle): 3 post- 
cards of scenes in Washington, D.C. 
including a view of the Library of 
Congress postmarked December 
1906, a view of the Lincoln Memo- 
rial, and a view of a restaurant inte- 
rior (1989.3068). 

George A. Norton, Jr.: no horological 
tools and materials, a pair of safety 
glasses, Hamilton wrist watch, and a 
General Electic clock (1990.0292); 
metric converter calculating rule and 
instruction sheet and a Vemco rule 
(1990.0689); metric/inch paper calcu- 
laring rule and a plastic mathemati- 
cal table (1990.3231). 



Governmenr of Norway, General Direc- 
torate of Posts: 14 stamps and 7 fitst 
day covers of Norway (1989.0156); 6 
sramps, 5 firsr day covers, and 2 sou- 
venir sheets of Norway (1989.0624); 
u stamps, 7 fitst day covets, and a 
souvenir sheet of Norway 
(1990.0139); 5 stamps, 4 first day cov- 
ers, and a souvenir sheet of Norway 
(1990.0586); Royal Norwegian Em- 
bassy: u stamps and a folded letter 
sheet of Norway (1989.0237). 

Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 
(through H. Tecklenberg): 67 folders 
of advertising pamphlets and com- 
pany publications, 5 posters, 2 stote 
display ads, and a box of display 
signs (1989.3039). 

Numismaticos Colombianos (through 
Fernando Barriga del Diestto and Al- 
berto Lozano-Villegas): Colombian 
medal commemorating the 450th an- 
niversary of the City of Bogota and 
the nth Exposirion of Bogota 
Numismatica, 1988 (1990.0529). 

Richard K. Nurnberg: 2 sramps of Fin- 
land with excess plate ink 
(1989.0228). 

Gail Delgado Nygaard in memory of 
Kaare K. Nygaard, M.D.: photo-elec- 
tric apparatus used in blood analysis 
invented by Dr. Nygaard and pat- 
ented in Norway in the 1930s and a 
file box of patient records 
(1990.0272); videotape cassette, 
"Knife, Life, and Bronzes," by Dr. 
Nygaard (1990.3079). 

Laura Isabelle O'Dea (rhrough Edward 
W. McKinnon): woman's pearl neck- 
lace, 1915-35, and an Art Deco plati- 
num and diamond btacelet, 1920-35 
(1990.0062). 

James Austin O'Donnell: cloth mailbag 
with 16 wax seals (1989.0059). 

The Ohio Art Company (through Elena 
S. Freccia and J. Pattick Grandy): 
"Etch A Sketch" drawing toy, ca. 
1962 (1990.0657). 

Ohio Thimble Seekers in memory of Ev- 
elyn Eubanks (through Sandta Wood- 
yard): sterling silver thimble 
featuring symbols of Ohio, 1988 
(1990.0409). 

Earl Okin: 3 audiotape cassettes, 2 pro- 
grams, 2 phorographs, a poster, and a 



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set of photocopied newsclippings and 
articles, all related to Duke Ellington 
(1990.3229). 

Oklahoma State University, College of 
Agriculture, Department of Biochem- 
istry (through Marion G. Satterfield 
and Benny R. Steele): combination 
gas chromatograph/mass spectrome- 
ter consisting of an analyzer unit, con- 
trol unit, and a pump, 1964-65 
(1990.0578). 

Olivet College (through Andrea S. 
Ralph): air sample from an 1889 time 
capsule (1989.3056). 

One Nation Under God (through John 
Golan and Carol I. Owens): 2 "Wash- 
ington for Jesus Rally" posters, April 
29, 1980 (1990.3076). 

William O'Neill: 2 stamps of Greece 
(1989.0247). 

Louis L. Orenstein: 78 silver and bronze 
coins of ancient Judaea (1990.0681). 

Pacific Research Foundation, Scripps In- 
stitute of Oceanography, Deep Sea 
Drilling Project (through Robert S. 
Bower, Jr. and Dr. M. N. A. Peter- 
son): 15 components from the 
oceanographic research vessel Glomar 
Challenger (1985. 0598); 4 components 
from the oceanographic research ves- 
sel Glomar Challenger (1986.3040). 

Clarence H. Pals, D.V.M.: set of Brooks 
meat inspector's sealing press with 
seals patented in 1882 (1990.0332). 

Rebecca H. Parker: woman's petticoat, 
1855-65, 2-piece dress, 1880-82, 2- 
piece suit, 1912-15, brassiere, 1915-25, 
man's Pierre Cardin suit, 1981, 
hanger, and a lace border (1990.0209). 

Jordan E. Patkin: stereo view of "Still- 
water Gorge, Watkins Glen - on the 
line of the Erie Railway" by Charles 
Bierstadt (1990.0637). 

Mrs. Jefferson Patterson: 25 shotguns, ri- 
fles, pistols, and tevolvers with 20 
gun accessories, 16 shotgun shells, 13 
ACP cartridges, 8 gun carrying cases, 
2 gun racks, 2 Colt magazines, a 
pouch with 2 magazines, outers lo- 
cater and case, quail caller, and a pow- 
der flask (1979.0523); 6 gun cases, 3 
bird calls, 2 target spotting scopes, 2 
target sets, a rock trap launcher, duck 
shooting game, underwater speargun, 
chemical baton, gun carrier, and a 



linen gun cover (1981.0842); 9 pieces 
of early 20th-century glass including 
a 5-piece Bohemian table place set- 
ting, Bohemian covered cup, fruit 
dish, and a Steuben bowl (1988. 0551); 
silver medal of the New York State 
Agt icultural Society awarded to Mrs. 
Jane Newland in 1850 for "the best 
Ottaman Cover" (1990.0645). 

Julia A. Hickman Pauley in memory of 
Charlotte Jean Hickman and David 
Wayne Hickman: kerosene table 
lamp with metal base and reservoir, 
glass chimney, and glass globe 
painted with a bouquet of roses, ca. 
1900 (1991.0370). 

F. G. Pauly: 8 publications of the 
Timken Roller Bearing Company, 
19^5-57. and 2 journals published by 
U.S. Steel Corporation, 1945-46 
(1990.3162). 

Robert E. Peary, Jr.: 45-star U.S. flag 
presented to Robert E. Peary by the 
Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion and carried by him to the North 
Pole in 1909 (1991.0254). 

Peck: woman's red leather bag, 1830-70 
(1990.0440). 

Herbert L. Pelham: 14 silver and zinc 
alloy votive figures from Cuernavaca, 
Mexico, ca. 1950 (1988.0688). 

Franz Pemmerl: 3 replicas of "R" elec- 
tron tubes (1988.0147). 

Dane A. Penland: 2 man's T-shirts and a 
suede vest, 1968-75 (1990.0404); 400 
K external drive unit for a Macintosh 
computer and a premier issue of 
MacWorU magazine, 1984 
(1990.0493). 

State Museum of Pennsylvania (through 
Bruce S. Bazelon): 16 uniform items 
and documents from the U.S. Naval 
career of Machinist's Mate 2nd Class 
David Henry Landis, 1918-36 
(1991.0050). 

Pennsylvania Turnpike Commisssion 
(through R. R. Haratine): 5 signs, 
toll collector's uniform, collector's 
badge, time clock, set of tickets, and 
plans for a 1940 tollbooth (1983. 0501); 
(through Jack I. Greenblat and 
Kevin F. Logenbach): tollbooth used 
on the Pennsylvania Turnpike from 
October 1, 1940 to September 13, 1983 
(1983.0783). 



The University of Pennsylvania, The 
University Museum of Archaeol- 
ogy/Anthropology (thtough Dr. Rob- 
ert H. Dyson): III various musical 
instruments and accessories 
(1991.0406). 

Government of Penrhyn Island, Post Of- 
fice: 5 stamps and a first day covet of 
Penrhyn Island (1989.0506); 4 
stamps, a fitst day covet, and a souve- 
nir sheet of Penrhyn Island 
(1990.0014); stamp, first day cover, 
and souvenit sheet set of Penthyn 
commemorating the Queen Mother 
Elizabeth (1990.0519). 

Margaret E. Perez: film reel of the "I 
Love Lucy" television pilot, 1951 
(1990.0694). 

Sylvia M. Perle: 2 art medals designed 
by Ms. Perle, "Amnesty" and "Pas de 
Deux," 1988 (1991.0236). 

Mendel L Peterson: 2 white damask 
napkins and a woman's embroidered 
muslin dress, all 18th century 
(1987.0116); silvet S-reaks coin of 
Mexico salvaged from the 1733 wreck 
of the Spanish treasure fleet 
(1990.0527); set of 9 black beads, set 
of 4 con us shells, and an earthenware 
sherd from Greece (1991.0126). 

Richard M. Pitman: Steinitz fire alarm 
telegraph tape register with a take- 
up device (1988.0179). 

J. J. Plank Corporation (through Bar- 
bara Welsch): 2 watermarking 
screens, a dandy roll section, and a 
set of watermarked paper sheets 
(1990.3198). 

Pobjoy Mint, Ltd. (through Detek 
Pobjoy): 5 coins comprising a gold 
proof Manx cat coin set of the Isle of 
Man, 1988 (1989.0536). 

Gloria K. Pocobello: National Vaude- 
ville Association trunk containing 50 
costumes, make-up items, sheet 
music, and sets of personal papers 
used by accotdionists Dan Boudini 
and Adele Bernard, 1917-28 
(1990.0583). 

James W. Poisal, Jr.: document leasing 
a servant for the year 1852 which de- 
tails clothing to be given to her 
(1991.0198). 

Embassy of the Polish Peoples Repub- 
lic, Consular Division (through 



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Kazimierz H. Cias): 7 coins of Po- 
land commemorating Nicholas Co- 
pernicus, 1965-69 (1990.0649). 

Henrik Pollak: forged stamp of Karelia 
(1989.0239). 

Crimilda Pontes: 17 phonograph records 
and 3 phonograph albums 
(1989.0107). 

Chestet Pontosky: Gasteam radiator 
made by J. B. Clow & Sons who pat- 
ented it on January 14, 1896 
(1991.0139). 

The Port Authority of NY & NJ 

(through Richard P. Kelly): cast iron 
tunnel liner segment installed ca. 
1902 and removed from the Hudson 
& Manhattan Railroad tunnel in 
1990 (1991.0055). 

Carol E. Porter: 2 woman's house 
dresses, ca. 1975 (1991.0204). 

Joan P. Porter: 53 WW I U.S. Army 
military aviator uniform items and 
accessories used by Howard B. Pea- 
body (1980.0343). 

Catherine Post in memory of Serge S. 
Postnikoff: German zeppelin first 
flight postcard dated August 20, 
1924 (1989.0376). 

Dian S. Post: 4 books, 3 photographs, a 
bottle, and a ticket to the American 
Institute at the 51st Grand National 
Industrial Exposition of 1882 
(1984. 3081). 

Postal Museum of Finland (through Jari 
Karhu): mailbox, mailbag, and a let- 
ter carrier's hat all used in Finland 
(1990.0147). 

Dr. Jerry E. Pournelle: set of 4 compo- 
nents of the Godbout Sioo micro- 
computer system, RAM board, and a 
set of 10 floppy disks (1989.0070); 25 
pieces of documentation for the 
Godbout Sioo microcomputer 
(1989.3019). 

Pratt-Read Corporation (through 

Charles A. Ruhe): about 42 cubic feet 
of archival records of the ivory-work- 
ing firm of Pratt-Read & Company 
(1989.3047). 

President Reagan Inaugural Commit- 
tee: 25 drawings, models, strikes, 
blanks, and finished medals used in 
the process of making the Ronald 
Reagan Inaugural Medal for 1981 
(1990.0611). 



Fernando Perez Pria: 17 cupro-nickel, 
stainless steel, bronze, and brass Mex- 
ican coins, 1982-88 (1991.0159). 

Procter & Gamble Company (through 
Edward Rider): scrapbook of pro- 
ofsheets from Dancer, Fitzgerald, 
Sample Advertising Agency of 
Falstaff beer advertisements, 1945-46 
(1989.3050). 

Pucci International, Ltd. (through 
Ralph Pucci): male and female man- 
nequins designed by Andree Putnam 
for Pucci International of New York 
City, 1988 (1991.0226). 

Hon. William H. Quealy: 8 phono- 
graph record albums with jackets au- 
tographed by Duke Ellington and a 
Christmas card from Duke Ellington 
to Judge Quealy (1990.3180). 

Kim Quilles: 2 woman's blouses, 2 T- 
shirts, and a bathing suit, 1975-85 
(1991.0021). 

Jacob Rabinow: 5 cubic feet of archival 
records relating to Mr. Rabinow's 
work on straight line phonographs, 
automatic regulators for clocks and 
watches, and reading machines 
(1991.3013). 

Raleigh Coin Club (through Alexander 
C. Armstrong): 82 coins of Argen- 
tina, Austria, the British East Carib- 
bean, Colombia, Great Britain, 
Greece, Kiribati, Malta, Mauritius, 
Mexico, Portugal, the Seychelles, 
Trinidad-Tobago, and the U.S., 1958- 
79 (1990.0498); (through Robert A. 
Izydore): 63 proof modern foreign 
coins (1991.0356). 

Rapp Collins Marcoa (through Carmen 
Baez): scrapbook of political cam- 
paign direct mail of the 1920s 
(1991.0207). 

Elizabeth H. Rathbun: 4 panoramic 
photographs of the National Park 
Seminary Grounds and graduating 
classes in Forest Glen, Maryland, 
1925-27 (1990.0647). 

Ken Rattenbury: audiotape cassette of 
an interview with Duke Ellington by 
Michael Parkinson for BBC Televi- 
sion held February 15, 1973 
(1991.3001). 

Jean D. and O. W. Reese: solar printing 
house with original sign built in 
1875, a stereo camera, and 339 photo- 



graphs, glass plate positives and nega- 
tives, stereo views, and photographic 
equipment all made or used by 
Henry Hamilton Bennett, 1865-1908 
(1977. 1062). 

Rice Barton Corporation (through 
Mirick G. Perkins): scleroscope made 
by Shore Instrument & Manufactur- 
ing Company who sold it to Rice Bar- 
ton & Fales on January 17, 1928 
(1990.0624); 2 brass maker's plates 
for Rice, Barton & Fales Machine Sc 
Iron Company and an advertising 
broadside for Howe & Goddard 
(1990.0631). 

Dr. Richard E. Richards: 100 folders 
and groups of papers concerning mi- 
croscope research compiled by Oscar 
W Richards, Ph.D., 1923-88 
(1989.3052). 

Belle D. and George Rickart in 
memory of Mr. Rickart's father: 
pocket watch with gold chain 
(1990.0376). 

Frank R. Righetti, Sr.: 3 automobile ser- 
vice and credit card signs of porcelain 
enameled steel (1989.0751). 

Bernard Ring: 3 first day covers issued 
at the convention of the American 
First Day Cover Society and National 
Postage Stamp Show held in New 
York, November 21-23, '9 6 9 
(1989.0265). 

Betty L Rinker: 3 pillow cases and an 
embroidered runner with a crocheted 
edge, all made from flour sacking in 
the 1920s (1990.0641). 

Ralph Rinzler: The Colored Sacred Harp 
collection of shape note songs, 1934 
(1989.0381). 

Mary Livingston Ripley: man's cotton 
collar, 1915-25 (1990.0285). 

Kenneth X. Robbins, M.D.: 281 
Hephthalite drachms and a Sasanid 
coin which were part of an ancient 
hoard (1990.0525). 

Edward K. Robinson: binder clip 
(1991.008 2). 

Franklin A. Robinson, Jr.: 18 pieces of 
clothing and accessories used by Mr. 
Robinson's mother including 8 
dresses, 3 hats, 2 blouses, 2 infants' 
bonnets, a pair of trousers, suit, and a 
hat box, 1933-66 (1990.0394); 
woman's necklace, bracelet, brooch, 



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and a hair ornament, 1951-64 
(1991.OOIO). 

Mrs. Walter Robinson: set of drawing 
instruments by Schoenner 
(1990.0350). 

Janet K. Rockne: plastic salad set in- 
cluding 5 bowls and a serving fork 
and spoon, 1966(1990.3056). 

John Logan Rogers, M.D. and Mary 
Belle Rogers: "KOA Kampgrounds" 
sign used in Bigfork, Montana in 
1965 (1983.0233). 

Robert G. Rolfe: quartz "US Army" 
novelty watch (1989.0545); 4 bottles 
of Raffinage watch oil and a 
Blaisdell/Keystone pencil 
(1990.0276). 

J. William Rosenthal, M.D.: 12 pairs of 
opthalmic forceps, 4 pairs of Chinese 
spectacles, a set of opthalmic spatu- 
las, pair of iris scissors, and a capsule 
needle knife (1990.0658). 

Pauline Roskom: Monroe Model 7 plate 
camera, 1897-99 (1990.0352). 

Betty B. Ross: electric upright Hoover 
vacuum cleaner with attachments in 
otiginal box, ca. 1927 (1990. 3134); 
electric massage vibrator, ca. 1950, 
and a 4-piece vaporizer, ca. 1952 
(1991.0111). 

Mary Ross: Sousa Band chromatic har- 
monica in the key of G made in Ger- 
many (1991.0303). 

Thomas J. Rossa: pair of magnesium ski 
boots with innet bladder which can 
be filled to fit the wearer, 1970-75 
(1990.0595). 

Russell Rulau: 2 U.S. medals honoting 
Mr. Rulau's 50 years in numismatics, 
1989 (1990.0501). 

William Russo: 8 music scores for Duke 
Ellington's "First Concert of Sacred 
Music" (1991.3019). 

Edward B. Ryder IV: political cam- 
paign newspaper for George McGov- 
ern (1991.3024). 

Joseph Sander in memory of Father 
Charles Schlick: Realist stereo camera 
with case and 10 accessories (1990.0545). 

W B. Sanderson, III: hand-sewn U.S. 
national flag used in the motion pic- 
ture Glory (1991.0318). 

James G. Sannerud: man's collar made 
by British Styles, Ltd. of Brooklyn, 
New York, 1920-39 (1990.0426). 



SAS Philatelic Club: 8 fitst flight covers 
of the Scandinavian Airlines System 
(1989.0077); 26 first flight covers of 
the Scandinavian Airlines System 
(1989.0235); 15 first flight covers of 
the Scandinavian Airlines System 
(1989.0411); 8 first flight covets of the 
Scandinavian Aitlines System 
(1990.0095); 9 first flight covers of 
the Scandinavian Airlines System 
(1990.0408). 

Mary Jo Satterthwaite: pair of woman's 
fishnet stockings, 1941-43 
(1990.0392); uniform shirt and pants 
and a pin, all used by Mrs. 
Satterthwaite's mother when playing 
high school basketball in Nebraska, 
1922-24 (1990.0482). 

Curtis S. Scaife: petit point needlework 
handbag made in Austria with set of 
woman's cosmetic cases inside, mid- 
20th century (1991.0290). 

Paul L. Schafer 7 postage stamps of Bra- 
zil (1989.0137). 

Charles Scheller: 3 stamps of Iceland 
(1989.0243). 

Charles L. Schepens, M.D.: prototype 
made by Dr. Schepens in 1945 and a 
demonstration model of an indirect 
binocular ophthalmoscope 
(1990.0384). 

Bernard L. Schmidt: art medal designed 
by Mr. Schmidt titled "Shadrach, 
Meshach, Abednego," 1989 
(1991.0235). 

Laura T. Schneider: 2 wooden tennis rac- 
quets and an ice skating costume of 
1959 (1990.0695). 

Jane B. Schulze: Irish Harp made by 
Melville Clark of Syracuse, New York 
with a folding tabouret and tuning 
key (1988.0402). 

Frances G. Schwarz: portrait 
photogtaph and a cabinet card, 
both of Flotence Auld Hayes Gi- 
raud by White's of New Yotk 
(1990.0600). 

Lois A. and W F. Schweitzer: 1931 Ford 
Model A mail truck with original 
fire extinguisher and brush, 6 letter 
carrier's uniform items, and a phila- 
telic covet (1990.0587). 

Sears, Roebuck and Company, Corpo- 
rate Governmental Affairs (through 
Z. H. Rizzy): 13 pieces of furniture 



and decorative items fot a room set- 
ting (1988.3158). 

Security Storage Company of Washing- 
ton (through Conrad S. Posey): ship- 
ping container for household goods 
built in 1931 and used intetchange- 
ably on railroads, ttucks, and ships 
(1986.0206). 

The Seeing Eye, Inc. (thtough Dennis J. 
Murphy): harness for a guide dog 
(1990.0381); videotape cassette, "Love 
Leads the Way," by Walt Disney 
Home Video (1990.3097). 

Melanie D'Antonio Seibert: 3 papier 
mache jack-o-lanterns of the 1940s 
(1990.0635). 

Phillip Seitz: 2 computer software 
games and a hint book fot one of the 
games (1990.0463). 

B. Shackman & Company, Inc. (through 
James E. Lillemoe): Kitty Cucumbet 
artwork by Mary Petets Lillemoe con- 
sisting of otiginal mock-up and em- 
bossed cut-out sheets with costume 
and hat changes (1987.3102). 

Walter and Wanda Shaner: pocket 
watch in a gold case with coin motif, 
1880-90 (1990.0377). 

Courtney Ann Shaw: Perkin-Elmer data 
system terminal Model 1100 and an 
acoustic couplet (1990.0465). 

David H. Shayt: Lloyd's Accumatic 70 
electronic calculator (1990.0462); box 
of George Washington Gteat Ameti- 
can pipe tobacco (1990. 3074); 14 bank 
notes of Guyana and 5 bank notes of 
Trinidad and Tobago (1991.0086). 

Arthur L Sheater: 61 folders of pam- 
phlets and information published by 
General Motors Corporation, 1950s- 
60041990.3161). 

Lelia G. Shepperson: Colt police re- 
volver, ca. 1862 (1991.0211). 

Amnon Sitchin: 54 postage stamps of 
Btazil (1988.0733); 19 postage 
stamps of Brazil (1989.0136); 555 
stamps of Btazil, 1850-1942 
(1990.0674). 

Arthur Skebeck: 17 mathematical text- 
books, 1818-1976 (1982. 3001). 

Skidmore College: 17 psychological in- 
struments and testing apparatus 
(311423). 

Birr E. Slater: 2 philatelic covets with a 
penny attached to each (1988.0785). 



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Gary W. Slater: copies of the 1987 na- 
tional and local General Mo- 
tors/United Automobile Workers 
contracts (1988.0692). 

Fischella Smith: 6 jaiz awards, 4 money 
clips, a tie clip, The Jazz Scene book, 
Selmer alto saxophone, and a Buffet- 
Crampton clarinet, all used by jazz 
musician Willie Smith from the 
1920s to 1967 (1990.0087); RCA 
Model 5T radio receiver, ca. 1936 
(1990.0089); 65 pieces of archival ma- 
terial reflecting the music career of 
Willie Smith, 1910-67 (1990.3029). 

Richard G. Smith: set of drawing in- 
struments in a wooden case 
(1990.0690). 

Stan H. Smith: 3 porcelain mugs com- 
memorating the Medal of Honor of 
the U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force 
(1986.3008). 

Verna E. Smith: circular cast-iron roast- 
ing pot made by the Wagner Manu- 
facturing Company of Sidney, Ohio, 
ca. 1922 (1990.0618); 2 beadwork 
handbags and a folding crochet hook 
(1991.0296). 

Virginia Morris Smith: photograph of 
a bride by Scurlock Photo 
(1990.0523). 

The Society of Medalists (through Jo- 
seph Veach Noble): 2 bronze medals, 
one commemorating Charles Darwin 
and the other an art medal titled 
Man and Woman, both 1989 
(1990.0009); 2 bronze art medals ti- 
tled The Prodigal Son and Snow and 
Sand issued in 1988 (1990.0151); art 
medal titled Fire and Ice, 1990 
(1990.0397). 

Michael Sofranoff: 2 photographs, a non- 
regulation Eisenhower jacket, 
plaque, and a set of bullet-shaped 
salt and pepper shakers, all used by 
Mr. Sofranoff when serving with the 
4th U.S. Marines in China, 1940-41 
(1991.0192). 

Harry J. Sohmer, Jr.: about 7 cubic feet 
of archival material of the piano man- 
ufacturing firm of Sohmer & Com- 
pany (1990.3031). 

Maria M. Somogyi: 12 prints which 
made up the Washington 
Printmaker's Calendar for 1991 
(1991.0095). 



Sony Corporation of America, Sony Con- 
sumer Products Company (through 
Scott Westover): Sony Disc-Man D-5 
laser assembly (1985.0387). 

South Dakota Federation of Teen Age 
Republicans (through Reed Holweg- 
ner): 2 pennants, 2 lapel pins, a ban- 
ner, manual, and a packet of 
information (1990.0434). 

South Eastern Pennsylvania Transit Au- 
thority (through John T. Prader): 
turnstile from the Philadelphia sub- 
way system made by the Perey Manu- 
facturing Company of New York 
(1983.3033). 

Spanish Mint, Fabrica Nacional De 
Moreda Y Timbre: 3 medals issued 
by the Spanish Mint in 1988 and 1989 
(1989.0739). 

Barry Spann: 27 sets of photogtaph neg- 
atives used in printing Twenty-seven 
Landscapes: 1977-8} (1990.05 57). 

Specialized Bicycle Components 
(through Michael Sinyard): 
"Stumpjumper" mountain bicycle, 
1989 (1990.0088). 

Spectra-Physics, Inc., Laser Systems Di- 
vision (through Bertrand D. Baber 
and John F. O'Brien): TRS-80 porta- 
ble computer, supermarket scanning 
unit, and a mock scanning unit 
(1985.3050). 

William F. Spengler: 30 ancient, medi- 
eval, and modern coins of India, Iran, 
and Afghanistan (1990.0010). 

James A. Speraw, Jr.: U.S. Army 
parachutist's helmet cover of wood- 
land camouflage made by Lighthouse 
for the Blind (1990.3065). 

Evelyn K. Spitalny (through Barton 
Goldberg and Norman Rachlin): full- 
sized white ceramic violin decorated 
with Oriental scenes in a display 
case, probably 20th century 
(1991.0120). 

Harvey G. and Norman Stack: 257 Indo- 
Scythian and Indo-Parthian silver 
tetrad rachms of the Malakand Hoard 
dating from about 35 B.C. to A.D. 65 
(1988.0774). 

Harvey G., Larry R., and Norman 
Stack: 8 medals commemorating 50 
years of public auctions held by 
Stack's of New York City, 1985 
(1990.0261); U.S. double eagle gold 



20-dollar coin of 1907 designed by 
Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1990.0355); 
silver Indian dirhem of Sultan Jalatu 
al din Raziya ibn Iltutmish, 1236-40 
(1990.0585); Roman Empire silver 
miliaresion of Julian II, A.D. 360-363, 
minted at Sirmium (1990. 0601). 

Stack's: string of shell money of Birvan, 
shell adze of German New Guinea, 
and a piece of rock salt money of 
Ethiopia (1991.0128). 

Stag's Leap Wine Cellars (through Cath- 
erine and Warren Winiarski): packet 
of letters, menus, photographs, and 
wine labels documenting Stag's 
Leap's participation at various state 
dinners (1988.3169). 

{Catherine Stahmer: ftamed sampler in- 
scribed "Elizabeth Throckmorton 
was born October the 18 1795" 
(1990.0477). 

Stanford University Medical Center, Of- 
fice of Communications (through S. 
G. Andreopoulos): 2 posters for the 
Arthur Kornberg Symposium 
(1990.3199). 

Joan R. Stephens: 5 pieces of red copper- 
plate-printed fabric made in the 18th 
century (1990.0685). 

Mrs. Robert B. Stephens: 2 hand-col- 
ored embroidery patterns published 
in Vienna, Austria, 1830-50 
(1988.0501); 3 sewing cases, 2 sets of 
pillow cases, a pocket, bolster cover, 
crib quilt, set of tin quilt pattern 
templates, and a miniature quilting 
frame and set of clamps (1989. 0712); 
sunburst quilt, pieced quilt, quilted 
counterpane, show towel inscribed 
with a poem, and an appliqued and 
embroidered bed valance, i8th-i9th 
centuries (1991.0381). 

Sterling Investors, Inc. (through Vito 
DeLustro) in memory of Louis 
DeLustro and in honor of all 
Italian Ameticans: 3 U.S. Colum- 
bus Quincentennary medals 
(1989.0635). 

Nancy Dickstein Stern: 4 girl's blouses, 
a skirt, pait of stockings, btassiere, 
and a woman's 3-piece dress, 1973-76 
(1990.0405). 

Lisa-Margaret Stevenson: length of 
white cotton net with floral embroi- 
dery (1991.0302). 



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Theodore E. Stevenson: 135 postal cards, 
45 stamped envelopes, 19 wrappers, 
and a cover remnant of Denmark and 
a legal document affixed with U.S. 
federal and State of Massachusetts rev- 
enue stamps (1989.0240). 

Alexander Stewart, M.D.: Wrappler cas- 
sette changer and a diathermy radiol- 
ogy machine (1991.0142). 

St. Louis Ship (through E. Renshaw): 4 
life-rings marked "M/V Herman 
Pott" and a water cooler casing 
(1978.3028). 

Christian A. Stockstad: U.S. Navy iden- 
tification tag, registration certificate 
of 1940, and a notice of classification 
of 1942(1986.3089). 

Lois Greene Stone: 3 instruction manu- 
als for the Craig Projecto-Editor and 
an instruction manual for the Craig 
Senior Splicer (1991.3005). 

Dr. Michael Stratton: Churchill com- 
memorative crown of Great Britain, 
1965 (1990.0152). 

Robert H. Strother, Jr. and the Second 
Christian Church (through Rev. Dr. 
Rose Ann R. Duckett): button from 
the United Nations Conference on In- 
ternational Organizations held in San 
Francisco in 1945 (1991.0193). 

Edward B. Srvan: 19 die sets and stamps 
used to make paper flowers 
(1988.0730). 

David M. Sundman: 60 American Expe- 
ditionary Force stamps of WW I con- 
tained in 2 booklet panes (1989.0293); 
stereograph depicting a rural lettet 
carrier with dog sled team in the 
Upper Great Lakes region of the U.S. 
(1989.0596). 

The Support System Inc. (through Mer- 
cer A. Givhan, Jr.): Mozart Bicenten- 
nial btonze medallion designed by 
Eugene Daub (1991.0259). 

Walter Swan: 6 covers, a stamp, and a 
Mailomat postal card of the U.S. 
(1989.0249). 

John K. Swearingen: 2 GE solid-state 
devices, a Univac name plate, and a 
Univac C-10 instruction code card 
(1990.0491). 

Government of Sweden, PFA Swedish 
Stamps: 499 stamps, 27 covers, and a 
souvenir folder of Australia, Canada, 
Great Britain, Sweden, the United 



Nations, and the U.S. (1989.0507); 
(through Monica Gustavsson): 250 
stamps, 28 first day covers, 18 maxi- 
mum cards, and a presentation card 
of Sweden (1988.0555); 470 stamps, 32 
first day covers, 30 maximum cards, 
7 presentation cards, and a souvenir 
folder of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, 
Norway, and Sweden (1989.0075); 
(through Sirkka Lehtinen): 410 
stamps, 32 first day covers, 24 maxi- 
mum cards, a souvenir folder, and a 
single color die proof of Sweden 
(1990.0078); Postal Administration, 
Philatelic Division: 5 first day covers 
and 2 letter cards of Sweden 
(1989.0241). 

Victoria A. Sweet in memory of John 
Loman: gold pocket watch marked 
"L. Gallopin &c Cie, Henry Capt, No. 
42368" (1991.0298). 

Swiss Institute of Transport and Com- 
munications: first day cover com- 
memorating Planetarium Longines 
in Lucerne, Switzerland (1989.0236). 

Cathryn White Sylvester in memory of 
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson N. White: 
cornet made by Isaac Fiske, 1867, and 
a soprano trumpet, clarinet, and 
trombone made by the H. N. White 
Company, 1893-1940 (1991.0255). 

Synergistic Designs (through Jennifer 
C. King): 3 posters (1990.3200). 

Syntex Corporation, Syntex Corporate 
Archives (through Richard L. 
Lechnar): 14 pieces of trade literature 
and information booklets, 6 packages 
of oral contraceptives, and a preg- 
nancy calculator (1990.3201). 

Edward F. Taylor: model automobile en- 
tered in the Fisher Body Craftsman's 
Guild Contest of 1951 (1988.0022). 

Elizabeth H. Taylor: 12 pieces of porce- 
lain tableware decorated in "Healy 
Gold" by Mary and Emily Healy, 
1879-1914 (1991.0017). 

Helen Dobbin Taylor: sampler made by 
Ellen Dobbin at Sacred Heart School 
in East Boston, Massachusetts in 1899 
(1990.0252). 

Robert Taylor: WW I French trench 
mortar shell (1979.1257). 

Roger B. Taylor: card game titled "Priv- 
ilege, The Modern Game with Social 
Significance," 1938 (1990.0486). 



T. D. Collection: set of 2 cowrie shells 
(1991.0129). 

Daniel Telleen: bronze art medal de- 
signed by Mr. Telleen titled "Sept. 
(Again)" (1991-0353). 

Michael Tesch: 7 sets of Federal Express 
advertising storyboards, 1978-86 
(1990.3093). 

Texas Instruments Incorporated 

(through Jerry R. Junkins): 462 ob- 
jects reflecting developments in mi- 
croelectronics, transistors, and solid 
state technology, 1950s- 
80041987.0487); Equipment Gtoup 
(through Sally L. Merryman): thetmo- 
electric generator (1990.0511). 

Bank of Thailand (through Fam 

Pomthong and Somsak Vichban): 2 
60-baht notes of Thailand commemo- 
rating the 60th birthday of King 
Rama IX, 1987 (1990.0584). 

Marilee Tillstrom: 16-piece dressmaker's 
form and an instruction sheet, 1960- 
64(1991.0038). 

Timex Corporation (through Susie Wat- 
son): "Nighrwatch" and "Ironman" 
wrist watches made by Timex 
(1990.0626). 

August V. and Matie A. Titi: glass pa- 
perweight with a fragment of the Ber- 
lin Wall embedded in it and an 
authentication leaflet, 1990 
(1990.0235). 

Jonathan A. Titus: Mark-8 minicom- 
puter with 6 unpopulated circuit 
boards, Sphere microcomputer with 2 
unpopulated citcuit boards and a 
power supply, 4 unpopulated circuit 
boards for a TV Typewritet, and a 
DEC MPS Series CPU printed circuit 
board (1990.0610); u pieces of docu- 
mentation for a DEC microcomputer, 
6 pieces of documentation fot a 
Sphere microcomputer, 4 pieces of 
documentation for a Mark-8 mini- 
computer, and a manual for a TV 
Typewriter (1990.3165). 

Ellen and Robert Tobias: multipost 
stamp affixer (1990.0198). 

Toshiba Corporation, Electron Tube and 
Device Division (through Kinzo Sug- 
imori): traveling wave tube type 
£3822(1990.0422). 

Avetta Trigg: 77 folders of archival re- 
cords relating to Charles W Trigg's 



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work in the development of instant 
coffee (1991.3038). 

Trimble Navigation (through Charles 
R. Trimble): 2 microwave antennas 
and a Geodetic Surveyor System re- 
ceiver (1990.0457). 

Robert A. Truax: 2 postal receipts of 
1869 and 1881, a postal card of 1883, 
and sheet music for "The Old Post- 
master," 1901 (1990. 0331). 

Harris A. Tucker, Jr.: 48-star U.S. En- 
sign #7 made at Mare Island, Califor- 
nia in March 1928 (1991.0072). 

Tucson Coin Club Inc. (through Walter 
A. Watts, Sr.): 2 medals commemo- 
rating the 21st annual Tucson Coin 
and Stamp Show in 1985 (1990.0528). 

Government of the Turkish Republic of 
Northern Cyprus, Directorate of the 
Department of Posts: 18 stamps, 11 
first day covers, and 2 souvenir sheets 
of the Turkish Republic of Northern 
Cyprus (1988.0440); 9 stamps, 2 fitst 
day covers, and a postal card of the 
Turkish Republic of Northern Cy- 
prus (1989.0112); 16 stamps and 8 first 
day covers of the Turkish Republic of 
Northern Cyprus (1989.0641); 6 
stamps and 3 first day covers of the 
Turkish Republic of Northern Cy- 
prus (1990.0077); 11 stamps, 3 covers, 
and a souvenir sheet of the Turkish 
Republic of Northern Cyprus 
(1990.0469). 

Thomas D. Tyson III: AR-3 loudspeaker 
grille panel (1990. 3018). 

H. R. Udkoff: 70 publications, 15 pro- 
grams, 3 sketches, a CBS television 
script, and a stage script for My Peo- 
ple, all reflecting the career of Duke 
Ellington (1990. 3182). 

UNISYS Corporation (through D. 
Curry): 7 components of a Burroughs 
5500 computer originally built in 
1961 with improvements added on 
through 1970 (1987.0817). 

United Nations Postal Administration: 
839 stamps, 10 maximum cards, 2 
covers, and an aerogramme of the 
United Nations (1989. on 3); 446 
stamps of the United Nations 
(1989.0553); 918 stamps of the United 
Nations (1990.0121). 

United Press International (through 
Victoria Wakefield): Extel teletype 



machine and a UPI sign for a tele- 
type machine (1991.0026). 

U.S. Centtal Intelligence Agency, Of- 
fice of General Counsel (thtough 
Diane E. Florkowski): 4 invert error 
Americana Rush Lamp and Candle 
U.S. stamps (1990.0613). 

U.S. Delegation to FIDEM (through 
Alan M. Stahl): bronze medal titled 
Crazy Horse presented to the Federa- 
tion Internationale de la Medaille 
Congress held in Helsinki, Finland 
in June 1990 (1990.0488). 

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Census Promotion Of- 
fice (through John A. Scholzen): 12 
television, newspaper, tadio, maga- 
zine, and business press kits used to 
advertise the 1990 U.S. Census 
(1990.3094). 

U.S. Department of Defense, Depart- 
ment of the Air Force, Air Force Sys- 
tems Command, Space Systems 
Division Headquarters (through 
Capt. J. O. Bunting): 12 components 
of the Burroughs Atlas Mod I guid- 
ance computing system (1986.1014); 
Department of the Army, Center of 
Military History, Collections Manage- 
ment Section: 3 models of U.S. Army 
helicopters (1990.3053); Historical 
Properties Branch: 18 pieces of mili- 
tary equipment, n uniform items, 6 
grenade launchers, 3 fuse setters, and 
2 telescopes, 1940-85 (1985.0750); His- 
torical Services Division (through 
Col. William F. Strobridge): 214 U.S. 
military uniforms, accessories, accou- 
trements, and equipment of the Ko- 
rean War and Vietnam War periods 
(1979.0805); Foreign Science and 
Technology Center, Field Supporr Di- 
vision (through Jeff Stevens): Uzi 
submachine gun made in Belgium 
for the Israeli military and a Russian 
Makarov pistol made in 1981 
(1990.0513); Institute of Heraldry 
(through Gerald T. Luchino): 114 
pieces of distinctive unit insignia 
(1991.0205); Personnel Command, 
HQDA: Czechoslovakian pistol pre- 
sented to Gen. C. W. Stiner, 1990 
(1991.0331); Troop Support Com- 
mand, Natick Research, Develop- 
ment and Engineering Center 



(through David A. Cerow): U.S. 
Army green winter wool Ike-style 
jacket. WW II (1989.0557); 24th In- 
fantry Division (through Capt. Rob- 
ert M. Reid): 8 rifles, 5 machine 
guns, 2 pistols, an anti-aitcraft gun, 
and a shoulder-fired grenade 
launcher (1991.0383); Department of 
the Navy, Chief of Naval Operations: 
2 submachine guns with accessories, 
one made in Pakistan and the other 
made in Peru, 1987-88 (1991.0346); 
Naval Observatory (through Steven 
J. Dick): standard clock (1989.0581); 
Naval Research Laboratory (through 
Ronald J. Kennedy): 4 frequency 
standards for atomic clocks 
(1982.0634); Office of Naval Research 
(through E. P. Bledsoe): 15 compo- 
nents of the Whitlwind I computer 
(1987.0818); Office of Assistant Secre- 
tary of Defense: double barrel 12- 
gauge shotgun made in Egypt, ca. 
1982 (1983.0604); Office of the Secre- 
tary of Defense, Office of the Direc- 
tor of Administration and 
Management: swotd with brass 
eagle's head handle presented to Sec- 
retary Richard Cheney by the Gov- 
ernment of Poland, 1990 (1991.0347); 
sabre and scabbard contained in a vel- 
vet-lined case presented to Gen Colin 
L Powell by the Hungarian Home 
Defense Forces, 1990 (1991.0348); 
Swiss Eidgenossische Waffenfabrik re- 
volver presented to Gen. Colin L. 
Powell, 1990 (1991.0349); sabre with 
bone handle and scabbard contained 
in an oak box presented to Gen. 
Colin L Powell by the Crown Prince 
of Bahrain, 1990 (1991.0350); dagger 
with scabbard in a wooden box pre- 
sented to Secretary Richard Cheney 
by the U.S.S.R.'s Minister of Defense 
Dmitriy Yazov, 1990 (1991.0351). 
U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services, Public Health Service, Na- 
tional Institutes of Health, DeWitt 
Stetten, Jt. Museum of Medical Re- 
search (through Victoria A. Harden, 
Ph.D.): 29 pieces of glassware from 
the labotatory of Dr. Wilton Earle 
used in his research at the National 
Cancer Institute's Tissue Culture Sec- 
tion, 1946-64 (1991.0071). 



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U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bu- 
reau of Investigation (through John 
Lerwoczko): 5 revolvers and 3 pistols 
(1991.0299). 

U.S. Department of the Tteasury, Bu- 
reau of Engraving and Printing, Of- 
fice of Design and Engraving 
Technology (through Peter H. Daly): 
electtocyped copper printing plate 
(1991.0251). 

U.S. Executive Branch, Executive Office 
of the President, Office of Adminis- 
tration (through Andy Kainins): 2 
Confederate States of America trea- 
sury notes of Alabama and Georgia, 
1863-64 (1990.0262); White House 
Gifts (through Nikki Richnow): 
semi-automatic rifle made by the Al- 
Khardj Arsenal of Saudi Arabia and 
presented to White House Chief of 
Staff John H. Sununu, 1991 
(1991.0329); semi-automatic rifle 
made by Al-Khardj Arsenal of Saudi 
Arabia and presented to General 
Scowcroft (1991.0330). 

U.S. General Services Administration, 
National Archives and Records Set- 
vice (through Mabel E. Deutrich and 
Garry D. Ryan): 185 various military 
objects including ordnance, fabric 
samples, medals, insignia, uniform 
items, equipment, flags, transport ve- 
hicle parts, and a piece of wood and a 
piece of tile from the area where the 
atom bomb exploded over Nagasaki, 
Japan in 1945 (1979. 0425); National 
Capital Region, Regional Histotic 
Preservation Office: Art Deco style 
Steinway grand piano designed by 
Waltet Dorman Teague for exhibit in 
the U.S. Pavilion at the 1939 New 
York Worlds Fair (1989.0216). 

U.S. Legislative Branch, Library of Con- 
gress, Copyright Office (through 
Joan R. Doherty): 74 copyrighted fab- 
tics, laces, and scarves, 1955-77 
(1988.0255); talllth Jewish prayer 
shawl copyrighted by M. Wolozin, 
Inc. in 1961 (1988.0686); 3 blouses. 2 
smocks, a stretch suit, scarf, and a 
baby bib submitted for copyright 
protection, 1955-74 (1990.0582). 

U.S. Postal Service, International Postal 
Affaits Department (through Irma 
Harrison and Juan B. Ianni): 575 



stamps, 5 covers, 4 souvenir pages, 2 
souvenir sheets, and a miniature 
sheet of Austria, the Republic of 
China, Malagasy, South Africa, and 
Switzetland (1988.0439); (through 
Juan B. Ianni): 461 stamps, 6 covers, 
and 2 souvenir papers of Austtia, the 
German Democratic Republic, Ire- 
land, Mazambique, South Aftica, 
Switzerland, and the United Nations 
(1989.0497); 150 stamps of the Turk- 
ish Republic of Northern Cyprus 
(1990.0142); (through Michael J. 
Regan): 2 silvet medals commemorat- 
ing the 50th annivetsary of the Mexi- 
can Postal Service, 1980 (1989.0001); 
Office of Fleet Management (through 
Ftancis Eddy): AM General Corpora- 
tion postal jeep of 1972 (1989.0563); 
Philatelic Affairs Department, 
Stamps Management Division 
(through Don McDowell): 714 
stamps, 27 commemorative sheets, 18 
first day covets, 15 programs, and 8 
postal catds of the U.S. (1987.0581); 
Philatelic and Retail Services Depart- 
ment (through Donald McDowell): 
4,755 stamps, 104 souvenir pages, 40 
commemorative panels, 24 proof 
plates, 21 postal cards, 18 souvenir 
cards, and 3 stamped envelopes of the 
U.S. and 50 stamps of Morocco 
(1988.0480); (through Gordon C. 
Morison): 24 commemorative panels 
of the U.S. (1989.0294); 638 stamps, 
32 covers, 27 postal cards, 19 souvenir 
papers, 4 aerogrammes, and 3 
stamped envelopes of the U.S. 
(1989.0413); 36 commemorative pan- 
els of the U.S. (1989.0508); 150 
stamps, 15 certified proof plate sheets, 
8 covers, 5 souvenir programs, and 2 
postal cards of the U.S. (1990.0364); 
39 nature stamps of Australia, Can- 
ada, Great Britain, Sweden, the 
United Nations, and the U.S. and 30 
commemorative panels of the U.S. 
(1990.0374); Stamp Information 
Branch (through Richard Rustin): 
825 stamps, 42 covers, 29 souvenir 
programs, and 16 postal cards of the 
U.S. (1988.0449); 510 stamps, 16 sou- 
venir programs, 15 covers, 10 postal 
cards, and a stamped envelope of the 
U.S. (1989.0193); 506 stamps, 20 cov- 



ets, 16 souvenir programs, and 6 
postal cards of the U.S. (1990.0046); 
Stamps Management Division: 1,019 
stamps, 30 covets, 24 souvenit pto- 
grams, 5 stamped envelopes, 5 aer- 
ogrammes, and 4 postal cards of the 
U.S. (1988.0098). 

Universal Postal Union, International 
Bureau (through Mohamed Ibrahim 
Sobhi): 63 stamps of Switzerland 
(1989.0230). 

Unknown: 25 geometric models 
(1990.0571); button marked "Na- 
tional Grape Boycott Fast For Life 
1989" (1990.0590); Keuffel & Esser 
calculating rule with straight edge 
(1990.0687); English Sten Mark V 
sub-machine gun (1991.0155). 

Jan L. Vagassky: 225 pieces of contempo- 
rary paper money from around the 
world (1991.0354). 

William A. Van Sandt: Evintude out- 
board motor, ca. 1936 (1978.2443). 

Varian Associates (through Dr. Weston 
A. Anderson): "Wheel of Fortune" 
cylinder which was part of the evolu- 
tion of modern nuclear magnetic reso- 
nance imaging, 1964 (1990.0024). 

Irene Venables: Werewolf story cast iton 
padlock and 2 keys made by the Tren- 
ton Lock and Hardware Company, 
1880-1900 (1989.0326). 

Vladimir E. Vereschagin: 11 prints made 
by Mr. Vereschagin (1991.0096). 

Robert M. Vogel: folding caboose sink 
used on rhe Pennsylvania Railroad, 
ca. 1922 (1986.0054). 

Helen Lang Von Deesten: model of a 
dry dock built by Tietjen & Lang in 
1916 and an illuminated book pre- 
sented to Ftedetick C. Lang upon his 
retirement from the company 
(1991.0277). 

Patticia von Musulin: u woman's acces- 
sories including 4 bracelets, 3 pairs of 
earrings, 2 rings, a brooch, and a 
belt, 1977-87 (1990.0568). 

Patrick A. Wallock: slate-gtay cap worn 
by a crew member of the USS Pueblo 
while a prisoner in North Korea, 
1968 (1990.0188). 

Thomas S. Walton: 2 candlesticks and a 
bowl on a metal stand, all of otange 
"cintra" glass with black rims made 
during the Frederick Carder period at 



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the Steuben Glass works in Corning, 
New York about 1917 (1990.0254). 

Mrs. Jay Ward: 5 animation cells of 
characters created by Jay Ward, a 
"Rocky and Bullwinkle" role-playing 
game, calendar, pencil, and a color 
drawing of "George of the Jungle" 
(1990.0485). 

Margery Taylor Ware: leaded clear glass 
ale goblet with air twist stem, ca. 
1755 (1990.0362). 

Michael T. Warn: Warn free-wheeling 
hub of 1948 and selective-locking 
hub of 1953 used on 4-wheel drive ve- 
hicles (1989.0756). 

Deborah Jean Warner and Jack Warner: 
Apple II computer system with disk 
drive and Silentype printer 
(1990.0167). 

Robert C. Warner: Burroughs electro- 
mechanical typewriter, 1930s- 
40041989.0387). 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Com- 
mission (through Robert B. Russ): 11 
components of a McElroy fluid net- 
work analyzer (304368). 

C. Malcolm Watkins: 6 plates, 2 tiles, a 
stoneware jug, earthenware pan, glass 
decanter, and an ivory nipple 
(1980.0657). 

Dora M. and Oral P. Watts: telephone 
wire frame (1991.0102). 

Elizabeth Brown Wauchope: woman's 
printed wool shawl with hand-em- 
broidered trim, 19th century 
(1990.0340). 

Howard V. Weissert: letter carrier's 
whistle used 1910-11 (1989.0672). 

Harriet W Welling (through James M. 
Wells and Jack A. Williamson): 6 
Chippendale-style side chairs made 
in Philadelphia, 1760-80 (1990.0455). 

Barbara J. and Jerry A. Wells: 3 stamps 
of Spain (1989.0584). 

Ruth Ann Wells: 2 folded letters, a 
cover, and a postal card (1989.0246). 

Nicholas M. Werdell in memory of 
Nancy Anne Butler Werdell: 3 doc- 
uments recording births, mar- 
riages, and deaths from the Butler 
family Bible and a photogtaph of 
Mary Anne Stotey Butler 
(1991.0119). 

E. Bud Wertheim: 3 art medals de- 
signed by Mr. Wertheim titled "Inter 



Spem et Metum," "Moonscape," and 
"Spring" (1991.0234). 

F. W Wessel: 2 stamps of Norway 
(1991.0070). 

The University of West Florida, John 
C. Pace Library (through Dean 
DeBolt): 2 letters with samples of 
shirting fabric and ordering informa- 
tion, 1909 (1989.0266). 

Wheat First Securities (through Valery 
S. Weekley): ADP computer key- 
board (1989.0256). 

Lawrence Abel Wheeler: ceramic jar for 
olive oil of Spanish colonial origin, 
1780-1850, found during building ex- 
cavation in Lowell, Massachusetts in 
1926 (1989.0202). 

Anne E. Wheelock: album of photo- 
graphs of construction of the Yadkin 
Rivet Narrows Dam near Badin, 
North Carolina, 1916-17 (1990.0419). 

Evan Whildin: Breda rifle, Polish anti- 
tank rifle, British Swift training rifle, 
and a German Granatenwerfer gre- 
nade launcher (1990.0699). 

Charles F. White: copy of Mildred 

Moore's book Famous Personalities and 
their Philosophies of Life and archival 
material used in producing the book, 
1940 (1991.3051). 

Clayton S. White, M.D.: Nuclear Bomb 
Effects Computer circular calculating 
rule designed in 1962 by the Lovelace 
Foundation of Albuquerque, New 
Mexico (1990.0688). 

Gordon E. White: Oilzum quart can of 
racing oil, ca. 1982 (1990.0442). 

J. H. White, Jr.: convention button as- 
sociated with Plymouth Locomotive 
Works, ca. 1920 (1985.0725); minia- 
ture journal box made for a passenger 
car of the tourist railway at the 1913 
Panama-Pacific Exposition in San 
Francisco (1991.0118). 

Fred Whitlow: stainless steel Jew's harp 
in the key of G made by Mr. Whit- 
low in 1991 (1991.0281). 

Leone Winifred Wicklund (through 
Beverly Anderson): clear cut glass 
bowl of the "Brilliant" period, 1880- 
1917 (1989.0488). 

Russell C. Wilde: "Gladiatot" metal 
clarinet made by the H. N. White 
Company of Cleveland, Ohio, 1930- 
40 (1990.0366). 



Fraser Wilkins: 19 pieces of photo- 
graphic equipment with 13 cases, 3 in- 
struction manuals, and 2 accessories 
(1990.0682). 

Mary P. Williams: white usher's uni- 
form (1991.0282). 

Richard L. Wilson: 7 pieces of insignia, 
2 saddlecloths, a woman's U.S. Air 
Force shirt, woman's Red Cross cap, 
man's U.S. Army coac, gas mask, car- 
tridge belt, boot and shoe kit, pipe, 
and an automobile designing plate 
(1985.0685); 3 pieces of insignia, 2 
name signs, a pin, cap, and a blotter 
(1990.3080). 

William L. Withuhn: TEAC Model 
A350 stereo cassette tape deck, ca. 
1971 (1989.0044). 

James R. Wood: Japanese pillar clock in 
its original packing box, 19th cen- 
tury (1989.0166). 

Col. John S. Wood, Jt.: 2 Brigadier Gen- 
eral rank insignia, a U.S. Air force 
parka, and a belt all worn by John 
Shirley Wood, Sr. during WW II 
(1990.0320). 

Priscilla Q. Wood: child's slap bracelet, 
1990 (1991.0022). 

Eleanora M. Worth: 54 phonograph re- 
cords (1989.0722). 

William E. Worthington.Jr.: patent 
model for an improvement in cut-off 
and regulator valves for steam en- 
gines patented by Robert Stewart of 
Elmira, New York on May 19, 1863 
(1990.0510). 

Helena E. Wright: 2 hosiery repair kits, 
2 compacts, one in its original box, a 
nightgown, blouse, French Foreign 
Legion jacket of the 1960s, and a por- 
celain wedding cake decoration of 
1938 (1990.0060); floor plan with ele- 
vation for a kitchen dtawn by Leroy 
Landis of Millersburg, Pennsylvania, 
1940 (1990.0627); 9 greeting cards, 2 
postets, 2 printed sheets, a photo- 
graph of a woman at a linotype ma- 
chine, and a booklet of Rembrandt 
proofs of 1902 (1991.0247). 

Helena Gray Wright: etching of Mt. 
Vernon by Margaret M. Taylor Fox 
(1991.0094). 

Yamaha Corporation of America, Key- 
board Division (through Terry 
Lewis): Disklavier grand piano and a 



1S1 



Disklavier upright piano, both made 
by Yamaha in 1989 (1990.3132); 
(through Cartel Schuld): 2 harmoni- 
cas on keyrings made by Yamaha in 
Japan (1990.0359). 

Bob Yealdhall: poster illustrated by Mr. 
Yealdhall advertising the play Hello 
Dolly (1988.0799). 

Jane Griffin Yeingst and William H. 
Yeingst: scarf with political buttons 
attached and a pamphlet about the 
House Un-American Activities Com- 
mittee (1990.0561); 2 North Ameri- 
can Indian dolls, a jigsaw puzzle, 
wire mesh colander, and a cocktail 
shaker (1990.0607); 2 electric table 
lamps, 2 candlesticks, 2 stuffed ani- 
mal toys, a plastic frisbee, toy ice 
cream maker, napkin holder, and a 
covered butter dish (1990.3164); 
Mendets mending kit patented in 
1906 and a Halloween toy horn and 
child's jump rope of the 1930s 
(1991.0267). 

William H. Yeingst: book of Aesop's fa- 
bles published by John Locken of 
Philadelphia in 1851 (1991.0249). 

Mrs. Elizabeth P. and Francis B. 

Youmans: machine gun patented by 
James Patton Taylor II in 1876 and 
manufactured by E. Remington & 
Sons in 1877 (1990.0666). 

Zenith Electronics Corporation 
(through John Taylor): 2 Zenith 
camcorders with accessories, a Zenith 
television receiver with accessories, 
and a video tripod (1990.3033); green 
plaster advertising sign for "Zenith 
Radio and Television" (1991.0443). 

George Zinnemann: Bolex Si zoom re- 
flex automatic movie camera with 
case, shutter release, and instruction 
manual (1991.0214). 

Dr. Ronald E. Zupko: Hewlett-Packard 
HP-35 electronic calculator with an 
internal 0.002 error and an operating 
manual (1991.0210). 

Jone L. Zutty: pair of white cottoc 
Women's Air Force gloves, 1951 
(1987.0718). 



National Museum of 
Natural History 

Donors to the Collection 

Institutions 

A. N. Severtzov Institute of Animal Ev- 
olutionary Morphology, USSR: 2 
worms & 1 echinoderm (392096). 

Academy of Sciences, USSR: 57 worms 
(372245, 392108); woolly mammoth 
& rhinocerous samples (387077); 51 + 
echinoderms (392200, 393681). 

Agriculture Canada, Canada: 22 wasps 
(396040); I plant (396730). 

Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria: 21 
plants (393363). 

Alabama Power Company: 30+ mol- 
lusks (393712). 

American Museum of Natural History: 
IO.OOO fossils (392364); 3 spiders 

(393451, 3938I9)- 

Amsterdam, University of, The Nether- 
lands: 195 plant (392839, 394369, 
394383)- 

Arizona, University of: 15 mollusks 
(392520). 

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commis- 
sion: I plant (382351). 

Australian Museum, Australia: 35+ mol- 
lusks (391315); 4 worms (394247). 

Baltimore, Office of the Chief Medical 
Examiner: 2 partial human skeleton 
(390843, 390847)- 

Bellairs Research Institute of McGill 
University, Barbados: 55 worms 
(279726). 

Bergen, University of, Norway: 40 + 
crustaceans (392618). 

Bernice P. Bishop Museum: 71 plants 
(392013, 39^473. 391474. 392477. 
392871, 394947. 395497. 396178. 
396437)- 

Boston University Marine Program: 
1,217 crustaceans (383143). 

Botanical Survey of India, India: 12 
plants (393534)- 

Brigham Young University: 1 plant 

(393313)- 

Bristol, University of, England: 2 crusta- 
ceans (372363). 

Btitish Columbia, University of, Can- 
ada: 500+ crustaceans (392575). 



British Museum (Natural History), En- 
gland: 6 moths (394476, 395031). 

Calicut, University of, India: 2 plants 
(393308). 

California Academy of Sciences: 13 mol- 
lusks (393717); 1 plant (393860). 

California, University of: 2 mollusks 
(276790); 100+ worms (279359); 8 
crustaceans (386952, 391392); 260 
plants (391409. 39U18, 393304. 
393820, 394337. 394628, 395241. 
395536, 396719)- 

Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada: 4 
plants (395305). 

Canfield Fund: 17 minerals (390242, 
390259. 391478, 391502, 391507. 
394500, 394503, 394549)- 

Carnegie Museum of Natural History: 2 
plants (395307)- 

Center for Research in Medical Ento- 
mology, India: 4 mosquitoes 
(393150). 

Centre ORSTOM de Cayenne, French 
Guiana: 432 plants (391817, 392438, 
392440, 396125. 396875. 396897)- 

Centre ORSTOM de Tahiti, French 
Polynesia: 234 plants (394667, 
396187). 

Centro de Botanica, Mexico: 13 plants 

(391471. 393871). 
Centro de Botanica do Rio de Janeiro, 

Brazil: 56 plants (393301). 
Centro de Investigaciones de Recursos 

Naturales, Argentina: 1 plant 

(395138). 

Centro Internacional de la Papa (CIP), 
Peru: 50 plants (396156). 

Chadron State College: 2,500 lithic arti- 
facts & bison remains (361218). 

Chamberlain Fund: 5 minerals (390208, 

393109. 3945"). 

Charleston Museum: I bowl, 1 doll, I 
barkcloth & 2 baskets (387023). 

Colorado College: 26 plants 
(392458). 

Colorado State University: 182 crusta- 
ceans (383112); 2 flies (395028). 

Columbia University: 5 crustaceans 

(373149). 

Columbus America Discovery Group: 13 
crustaceans (386969). 

Commonwealth Associates Inc.: 43 crus- 
taceans (346021). 

Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial 
Research Organization (CSIRO) Ma- 



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rine Laboratory, Australia: 2 fishes 

(393612). 
Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, Brazil: 

17 plants (393561). 
Connecticut, University of: 7 moths 

(395029). 
Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la 

Ville de Geneve, Switzerland: 27 

plants (391028, 393547)- 
Copenhagen Universitet, Denmark: I 

worm (356535)- 
Cove Corporation: 9,999+ worms 

(3957<S9)- 
Czechoslovak Academy of Science, 
Czechoslovakia: 38 plants 

(391975)- 
Dauphin Island Sea Lab: 2 echinoderms 

(3907I4, 393676)- 

Deixis Environmental Consultants: 60 + 
mollusks (395177). 

Desautels Fund: 2 mineral (382996, 
388287). 

Drake Fund: 822 insects (397134). 

East Tennessee State University: 2 crus- 
tacean slides (391422). 

Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa 

Agropecuaria (EMBRAPA), Brazil: 
330 plants (396158, 396159). 

Fachberech Biologie der Philipps- 
Universitat Zoologie, Germany: 3 
mollusks (395142). 

Field Museum of Natural History: 
88 plants (378957. 391753. 
392856, 391857, 391858, 391859, 
393314. 394377. 395487. 395488, 
395489)- 

Florida Department of Natural Re- 
sources: 23 crustaceans (378501, 
388210); 55+ mollusks (383171, 
39 ! 394); 1 worm (391314); 10 echino- 
derms (392212). 

Florida Marine Research Institute: 6 
mollusks (392527). 

Florida State University: 55+ crusta- 
ceans (386579). 

Florida, University of: 1 worm (255046); 
12 crustaceans (386542); 11 plants 
(395171. 395171)- 

Fundacao Estadual de Engenharia de 
Meio Ambiente (FEEMA), Btazil: 24 
plants (395316). 

Fundacao Universidad do Amazonas, 
Brazil: 2 fishes (393628). 

Fundacao Universidade do Rio Grande, 
Brazil: 27 fishes (394270). 



Fundacion Universidad de Bogota - 
Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia: 3 
echinoderms (392216). 

Georgia Southern University: 30+ crus- 
taceans (392573). 

Georgia, University of: 10 crustaceans 

(391343)- 

Goteborg, University of, Sweden: 6 mol- 
lusks (362801); 9 plants (393548). 

Guam, University of, Guam: 4 fishes 
(197447); 133 plants (393817)- 

Guelph, University of, Canada: 2 proto- 
zoan slides (392220). 

Gulf Coast Research Laboratory: 750 + 
worms (363687); 37 crustaceans 

(389877)- 

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institu- 
tion: 3 crustaceans (388207, 391354); 
512 echinoderms (392193, 395436, 
395444); H+ worms (394206). 

Harvard University: 206+ mollusks 
(391302, 396251). 

Hawaii Department of Land and Natu- 
ral Resources: 70 fishes (394297). 

Hawaii, University of: 2 crustaceans 

(374309)- 

Heard Natural Science Museum and 
Wildlife Sanctuary: 30 crustaceans 
(388164, 389807). 

Herbario Barbosa Rodriguez, Brazil: 48 
plants (396175). 

Herbario Centro de Pesquisas do Cacau, 
Brazil: 50 plants (392869). 

Herbario de la Universidad de Panama, 
Panama: 20 plants (393554). 

Herbario "Guido F. J. Pabst," Brazil: 27 
plants (392051, 392849). 

Herbario National de Bolivia, Bolivia: 
IO plants (396185). 

Herbario Nacional de Venezuela, Vene- 
zuela: 6 plants (356264). 

Hiroshima University, Japan: 130 crusta- 
ceans (392645, 395950). 

Hokkaido University, Japan: 4 crusta- 
ceans (395925). 

Houston, University of: IOO+ crusta- 
ceans (394115). 

Hoya Society International: I plant 
(392870). 

Hyperion Treatment Plant, Biological 
Laboratory: 21 crustaceans (394084). 

Idaho, University of: 9 crustaceans 
(392568). 

Illinois Natural History Survey: 17 
fishes (392977). 



India, Government of, India: 7 paper- 
mache figures, 6 items of basketry, 3 
brass artifacts, 13 lacquered wooden 
containers (368720) 1 Punjabi shawl 
(387090). 

Indiana University: 1 plant (393918). 

Ingeominas, Observatorio 

Valcanologico Nacional, Colombia: 3 
bags of airfall tephra (380826). 

Institut d'Estudis Avancats de les Illes 
Balears, Spain: 117 fossil birds 
(392311). 

Institut Fur Botanik und Botanischer 
Garten der Universitat, Austria: 54 
plants (392452, 391871. 393544)- 

Institut fur Systematische Botanik der 
Universitat Zurich, Switzerland: 9 
plants (392017, 392030). 

Institut za Biologijo, Yugoslavia: 2 crus- 
taceans (391427). 

Institute of Oceanographic Sciences 
Deacon Lab, United Kingdom: 1 
echinoderm (393679). 

Institute of Oceanography, USSR: 43 
corals (393681). 

Institute of Systematic Botany, The 
Netherlands: 193 plants (391722, 
392048, 393553, 393577. 394351. 
396806, 396819). 

Instituto de Botanica del Nordeste, Ar- 
gentina: 80 plants (392883). 

Instituto de Ciencias del Mar, Spain: 6 
crustaceans (372943, 389885). 

Instituto Nacional de Investigacion y 
Desarrollo Pesquero, Argentina: 27 
crustaceans (375631). 

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da 
Amazonia, Brazil: 4 plants (392859). 

Instituto Vallecaucano de In- 

vestigaciones Cientificas, Colombia: 
21 plants (394632) 

International Odonata Research Insti- 
tute: 19 insects (393236). 

Iowa, University of: 182 crustaceans, 13 + 
fossils & 165 worms (392622). 

Israel Oceanographic & Limnological 
Research Ltd., Israel: 2 protozoan 
slides (392175). 

James Cook University, Australia: 1 mol- 
lusk (391535)- 

Jardin Botanico Juan Maria Cespedes, 
Colombia: 2 plants (395314, 396756). 

Jardin Botanico Nacional "Dr. Rafael 
M. Moscoso," Dominican Republic: 
1 plant (395247). 



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Johannes Gutenberg Universitat, Fed- 
eral Republic of Germany: 2 plants 
(392454). 

K. Mikimoto & Co., LTD, Japan: 13 blis- 
ter pearls & 7 oyster shells (396346). 

Korea Ocean Research & Development 
Institute, Korea: 4 worms (361872). 

Kristinebergs Marinbiologiska Station, 
Sweden: 11 crustaceans (385081). 

Kumamoto University, Japan: 3 crusta- 
ceans (373030). 

Los Angeles County Museum of Natu- 
ral History: 28 crustaceans (372333). 

Louisiana Tech University: 10 plants 

(394315). 

Maine, University of: 10 worms (327214). 

Malaya, University of, Malaysia: 250 
plants (392046). 

Matie Selby Botanical Gardens: I plant 
(392028). 

Maryland Department of Natural Re- 
sources: 200+ freshwater snails 

(39*552)- 

Maryland, University of: 226+ crusta- 
ceans (389865, 394116). 

McGill University, Canada: 3 plants 
(393348); 1 sponge (393662). 

McMaster University, Canada: 7 crusta- 
ceans (392608). 

Memorial University, Canada: 9 crusta- 
cean slides (391402). 

Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gar- 
dens: I plant (392862). 

Michigan, University of: 1 plant 
(395308). 

Minetal Fund: 25 minerals (388288, 
388682, 390196, 393218, 394498, 

394499. 394502, 394527)- 
Ministerio da Siencia e Tecnologia, Bra- 
zil: 54 birds (391291). 
Ministerio de Agticultura Y Ganaderia, 

Paraguay: 63 plants (392809). 
Missouri Botanical Garden: 2,681 plants 

(392442, 393370, 393838, 3943>o. 

395277. 396198, 39<S79L 396822, 

396850). 
Missouri Department of Conservation: 

109 crustaceans (366976). 
Missouri, University of: 347 plants 

(378295)- 

Moscow State Univetsity (M. V. 
Lominisov), USSR: 4 plants 
(395515)- 

Musee Royal de l'Afrique Cenrral. Bel- 
gium: 4 fishes (393611). 



Museu Botanico Municipal, Brazil: 217 
plants (391166, 392450, 392798, 
395302, 396208). 

Museu de Biologia Mello Leitao, Brazil: 
353 plants (393335. 394308). 

Museu Municipal do Funchal, Madeira 
Islands: 3 fishes (393590). 

Museum National D'Histoire 
Naturelle, France: 72 crustaceans 
(388142, 392647, 394128); 1 mineral 
(393172); 5 P^nts (393357. 393565. 
394128); 21 mollusks (396231). 

Museum of Natural History at Califor- 
nia: 1 plant (392822). 

Museum of Victoria, Australia: 116 rock 
slabs containing fossil bones 
(393002); 10 crustaceans (394157, 
394176). 

Museum voor Dierkunde, Belgium: 4 
crustaceans (383084). 

NHRI Environment Canada, Canada: 1 
protozoan slide (393653). 

Nanjing Forestry University, People's 
Republic of China: 8 plants 

(393837)- 
Natal Museum, South Africa; 1 mollusk 

(395156). 
Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum, 

The Netherlands: 12 echinoderms 

(392181, 392182). 
National Geographic Society: See Also: 

Janice Clark (384986). 
National Institute of Oceanography, 

India: 30 crustaceans (383123). 
National Museum and Art Gallery, 

New Guinea: 1 wooden "flute mask" 

& 1 string bag (378689). 
National Museum of the Philippines, 

Philippines: I bird skin (393952). 
National Science Foundation: 200 fossil 

vertebrates (379227). 
Natural History Museum of Los Ange- 
les County: 6 crustaceans (394164); 

10 worms (395767, 395782). 
Nebraska, University of: 24 fishes 

(394259)- 
Newberry College: 2 plants (394324). 
New Hampshire, University of: 8 mites 

O97151). 
New Mexico Department of Fish and 

Game: 6 birds (368752). 
New Mexico State University: 8 plants 

(392418, 393895)- 
New Mexico, University of: I plant 

(392847)- 



New York Botanical Garden: 1,004 
plants (391230, 392383. 392427. 
393583. 393894. 39437L 394663, 
395287, 395300, 396161, 396177. 
396199, 396839)- 

New Zealand Department of Conserva- 
tion, New Zealand: 3 ctustaceans 
(391432). 

North Carolina, University of: I jar of 
algae (392050). 

North Texas, University of: 7 stoneflies 
(396550). 

Northern Territory Museum of Arts and 
Sciences, Australia: 3 wotms 
(394205); 2 crustaceans (395947). 

Nova University: 3 crustaceans (386535, 
394098); 10 corals (395441). 

Oberlin College: 200 parasitic wasps 

(394477)- 

Office of the Chief Conservationist, Re- 
public of Palau: 22 plants (394365). 

Ohio State Univetsity: 5 sets of bird 
eggs (391283); 1 fossil bird (392320). 

Oklahoma Biological Survey: 1 crusta- 
cean (39I4I5)- 

Oklahoma, University of: 1 echinoderm 
(395428). 

Oregon State University: 10,779 ctusta- 
ceans (333930, 386555); 7 fishes 
(388119, 389192); 63 plants (395295)- 

Oxford, University of, England: 7 
plants (392855). 

P. P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, 
USSR: 2 fishes (394946). 

Pacific Lutheran University: 2 plants 
(393546). 

Pan American Health Organization, 
West Indies: 30 ctustaceans (391424). 

Peabody Museum of Natural History: 
38 bird syrinxes (395752). 

Philadelphia, Academy of Natural Sci- 
ences: 1 echinoderm (392223) & 12 
fishes (394279)- 

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United 
Kingdom: 24 crustaceans (386509, 
391409). 

Ponderosa Mine: 5 minerals (393135). 

Port Erin Laboratory, England: 12 crus- 
taceans (383105). 

Puerto Rico, University of: 34 crusta- 
ceans (381776, 391421, 394182, 
395932); 1 fish (392260); 70 worms 
(392566). 

Purdue University: 9 crustaceans 
(383117); 8 mayflies (396075). 



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Queensland, University of, Australia: 2 
echinoderms (390707); 3 plants 

(393905)- 
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden: 2 

plants (393587. 394668)- 
Remington and Marguerite Kellogg 

Fund: 410 fossil vertebrates (387790, 

390523, 393032)- 
Reserva Ecologica do IBGE, Bra2il: 614 

plants (387896, 392433). 
Reserva Florestal da CVRD, Brazil: 1 

plant (392387). 
Rhode Island, University of: I plant 

(396823)- 

Richmond, University of: 20+ worms 
(355470). 

Rijksherbarium, The Netherlands: 2 
plants (396874). 

Rijksmuseum van Naruurlijke 

Historie, The Netherlands: 918 crus- 
taceans (363752, 381730); 7 worms 
(392071). 

Roebling Fund: 30 minerals 
(375858, 384597. 386198, 388373. 
391503. 39W. 391530, 393147. 
393148, 393H9. 393150, 393I5I, 
393167, 393217. 393219. 393220, 
393221, 393222, 393224, 393225, 
394490- 

Royal Botanic Gardens, Australia: I 
plant (393843)- 

Royal Botanic Gardens, England: 135 
plants (390966, 391192, 392016, 
392398, 392400, 392854, 396299)- 

San Diego Natural History Museum: 13 
crustaceans (394172); I coral (395430). 

San Diego State University: 3 echino- 
derms (392184). 

Sarawak Herbarium, E. Malaysia: 5 
plants (394358). 

Science Museum of Minnesota: 1 fossil 
cast (394052). 

Scripps Institution of Oceanography: 44 
worms (376308); 600 fossil slides 

(395674)- 

South African Museum, South Africa: 11 
crustaceans (389890). 

South Alabama, University of: 3 crusta- 
ceans (394100). 

South Australian Museum, Australia: 7 
echinoderms (383639, 393655). 

South Catolina, University of: 40 echi- 
noderms (393675). 

Southern Arkansas University: 3 crusta- 
ceans (389882). 



Southern Illinois University: 145 crusta- 
ceans (369194). 

Southwestern Louisiana, University of: 
41 crustaceans (389868); 1 plant 

(395253)- 

Staatliches Museum fur Naturkunde, 
Stuttgart, Germany: 1 fish (394927). 

Station Marine d'Endoume et Centre 
d'Oceanographie, France: 8+ echino- 
derms, 1 crustacean, 1 fossil & 6 
worms (392183); 3 crustaceans 
(392207); 6 echinoderms (393688). 

Stuart Fund: 9 minerals (391459, 391505, 
391506, 393I7I, 394497. 39450I). 

Substance Marin Commercial Biologie - 
TOfFice de la Recherche Scientifique 
et Technique Outre-Mer (SMCB-OR- 
STOM), French Polynesia: 7 crusta- 
ceans (392648). 

Sugar Hill Minerals: 2 minerals 

(39I487)- 
Swedish Museum of Natural History, 
Sweden: 29 mollusks (389382, 

395173)- 

Syndel Laboratories, Canada: 2 crusta- 
ceans (385080). 

Tel Aviv University, Israel: 110 flies 
(395121). 

Tennessee, University of: 16 plants 
(392015). 

Texas A & M University: 972 crusta- 
ceans (331880, 392637); 30 plants 
(39358o, 394346, 395545)- 

Texas, University of: 23 crustaceans 
(366039, 391398, 391423); 14 plants 
(392010, 394363, 395545)- 

Tokyo, University of, Japan: 1 fish 
(392969). 

Toronto, University of, Canada: 15 echi- 
noderms (393667). 

Tropenbos Program, Colombia: 24 
plants (394344, 394659)- 

Tulane University: 12 mollusks (391341); 
6 fishes (393592); 1 plant (394325). 

Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile: 13 
crustaceans (391430). 

Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Po- 
tosi, Mexico: 19 plants (392042). 

Universidad Centtal de Venezuela, Ven- 
ezuela: 126 plants (392029, 393295, 

395249. 395543. 396725)- 
Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia 

64 plants (393339. 393557)- 
Universidad de Caldas, Colombia: 114 

plants (375164). 



Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica: 

u plants (395251). 
Universidad de Talca, Chile: 80 plants 

(393914)- 
Universidad Distrital "Francisco Jose de 
Caldas," Colombia: 1,000 crustaceans 

(375790)- 

Universidad Federal de Uberlandia, Bra- 
zil: 11 plants (393574)- 

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de 
Mexico, Mexico: 60 crustaceans 
(381792, 395912); 7 worms (394207). 

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Co- 
lombia: 24 bees (393383). 

Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Ar- 
gentina: 49 plants (395494). 

Universidad Nacional Experimental de 
los Llanos Occidentales, Venezuela: 
342 plants (393562, 394382). 

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San 
Marcos, Peru: 65 plants (392832, 

394713)- 
Universidade de Caxias do Sul, Brazil: 

264 plants (387910). 
Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil: 58 

crustaceans (365984, 394103); 7 snails 

(391383); 140 fishes (392242); 2 plants 

(393288); 10 echinoderms (395426). 
Universidade del Valle, Colombia: 13 

plants (393297)- 
Universidade Federal Do Parana, Brazil: 

8 worms (375483). 
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, 

Brazil: 6 plants (392837). 
Universitat Giessen, Germany: 1 skull 

& mandible of a calf (387051). 
Universitat Hamburg, Germany: 4 

worms (392095). 
Universitat Osnabruck, Germany: 1 

worm (394242). 
Universite Claude Bernard Lyon I, 

France: 31 crustaceans (388224). 
Universite Montpellier II Sciences et 

Techniques Du Languedoc, France: 

20 crustaceans (385071); 2 protozoan 

slides (392196). 
Vermont, University of: I plant (396162). 
Victoria, University of, Canada: 2 crusta- 
ceans (376638). 
Virginia Institute of Marine Science: u 

fishes (394277); 1 barnacle (395940). 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute: 4 spiders 

(393251) 
Wake Forest University: 1 protozoan 
slide (393668). 



185 



Walcott Fund: 1,465 fossils (381107, 
388879, 389474). 

Washington, University of: 68 fishes 
(274614, 394944); 131 mollusks 
(376791); 88 crustaceans (391602, 

394117)- 
West Indies, University of. West Indies: 

47 worms (271248). 
Western Australian Museum, Western 

Australia: 1 echinoderm (392215). 
Winnebago County Coronor: 1 human 

skeleton (390846). 
Wisconsin, University of: 6 plants 

(393316). 
Wittenberg University: 10 crustaceans 

(39I397)- 

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: 
1,025 worms (344840, 380341, 384485). 

World Health Organization, West In- 
dies: 51 crustaceans (394101). 

Zoological Institute, Sweden: 4 proto- 
zoan slides (393691). 

Zoologisch Museum Universiteit van 
Amsterdam, The Netherlands: 30 
crustaceans (391408); 3 mollusks 
(391530). 

Individuals 

Jose Abalo: 47 plants (396857). 

Bruce A. Abbott: 1 fossil jaw (393100). 

W. J. Abernathy: 1 ceramic replica of an 
effigy vessel (387113). 

Philip Abrams: 77 African masks, brace- 
let, bells (370726). 

Joanne Abtamson: 5 bird eggs (391265). 

Dr. W. Lee Adair, Jr.: 10 moths (396514). 

Dr. P. H. Adler: 39 flies (397149). 

Dr. M. Akizuki: 3 minerals (393164). 

Dr. Josep Antoni Alcover: 2 bird skele- 
tons (391269). 

Hetbett Alexander: 2,000 artifacts 
(356611). 

Dr. Khalil Aliyulla: 102 fossils (395646). 

Dr. Charles N. Alpers: 3 minerals 

(39H7I). 
Dr. Paul H. Arnaud, Jr.: 27 flies 

(394481). 
Dr. Charles R. Ash: 4 insects (393453). 
Wallace L. Ashby: 1 fossil tooth 

(394774)- 
Burton E. Ashley: 3 minerals (396354). 
Dr. Thomas H. Atkinson: 20 beetles 

(393143)- 
Dr. Loren Babcock: 1 fossil (392284). 



H. D. Baggett: 415 morhs (393818). 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Wayne (Aura) Baker: 50 

fossil vertebrates (393038). 
Warren L. Baker: 1 fossil tapir tooth 

(393035). 
Dr. George E. Ball: 11 beetles (394475, 

396561). 
Dr. Richard M. Baranowski: 342 insects 

(393390). 
Carlos do Prado Barbosa: 11 minerals 

(391504, 39I5I8, 393i6o, 394496). 
Sandra Barnes: 7 plants (392828). 
Douglas J. Barr: 100 crustaceans 

(378499)- 
Dr. Bruce Barrett: 19 moths (396080). 
Dr. Hans Bath: 18 fishes (393631, 

396464). 
Fred Bauer: 16 parrots (393959). 
Rae Baxter: 5 echinoderms (392222); 

50+ mollusks (392548); 3 fishes 

(394269). 
Dr. Petet Bayliss: 22 minerals (394582). 
Eric N. Beach: I fossil walnut (394773). 
Dr. William C. Bean: 200 fossil verte- 
brates (392332). 
Rudolf W. Becking: 6 plants (395219). 
Dr. Francesco Bedogne: 1 mineral 

(39I5H). 
Dr. Denton Belk: 42 crustaceans 

(380003). 
Kim N. I. Bell: 28 fishes (393591). 
Dr. A. B. Belousov: 3 volcanic rocks 

(393439)- 
Curt Bennett: 1 fossil tooth (392281). 
Mrs. Thelma Bennert: I fossil monk seal 

bone (393039). 
Dr. Eldridge Birmingham: 102 crusta- 
ceans (344330). 
Fred Berry: 2 plants (392882). 
Kim Bishop: 33 crusraceans (380024). 
Barbara Bixler: 1 crab (392631). 
Dr. Daniel Blake: 27 fossil fragments 

(394759)- 
Dr. Nancy Maciolek Blake: 9 worms 

(345414). 
Thresa Blake: 1 portion of a fossil whale 

tooth (395579)- 
Walter A. Bledsoe, Jr.: 2 fossils (379578). 
Warren C. Blow: 1 fossil vertebra 

(394808). 
David J. Bohaska: 1 fossil bird bone 

(391305). 
Richard L. Botorff: 5 stoneflies (394485). 
James Boulger: 1 petrology & volcanol- 

ogy specimen (394599)- 



Dr. F. R. Boyd: 26 igneous rocks 
(390645). 

Darrell H. Branch: 3 fossil whale speci- 
mens (392368). 

Dr. K. C. Brannock (Deceased): 40 min- 
erals (393I9I). 

Professor Hans O. Brattstrom: 12 worms 
(392112). 

Dr. Carlton E. Brett: 2 fossils (392277). 

Dr. Christian Brevignon: 30 butterflies 

(393389). 

David Bridge: 1 owl (394973). 

Bryon Brookmyer: 1 mineral (394495). 

Diane Brown: 3 crustaceans (388135). 

Estate of David W. Bt udon: 22 speci- 
mens of fossil amber (395661). 

Dr. Eddar Brunetti: 2 corals (392221). 

Detta Buch: 12 snails (392545). 

Dt. Donald Buden: 6 birds (391270, 
394962). 

Mrs. Beatrice Burch: 80 corals (379373). 

Dr. Eugene M. Burreson: u worms 
(392086). 

Rich Busch: 1 fossil cast (395632). 

Brent Caleb: 6 fossils (391664). 

Dr. Lyle Campbell: 1 fossil whale rooth 
(391566). 

Matthew Campbell: 2 fossils (395580). 

Mrs. Janet Cares: 2 minerals (394589). 

Kent Catlson: 10 crustaceans (389893); 
10+ snails (390503). 

Dr. Jose C. M. Carvalho: 131 insects 
(395120). 

Dr. Satish C. Choy: 20 crusraceans 
(394092). 

Mrs. Nancy Clarke: 466 moths (395019). 

Don Clements: 1 fossil ctocodile verte- 
bra (39164O). 

Edwin L Clopton: 4 minerals (379645). 

James C. Cokendolpher: 4 protozoan 
slides (390716). 

Dr. Robert Coleman: 213 petrology & 
volcanology specimens (390642). 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Compton: 1 fos- 
sil (391354)- 

Mr. & Mrs. Ed & Kay Coogan: 1 gold 
specimen with quartz (393215). 

Dr. Robert B. Cook, Jr.: 1 faceted gem 

(393UD- 

Dr. L. D. Coote: 1 insect (396078). 

Dr. Gregory N. Courtney: 190 flies 
(395027). 

Elizabeth M. Cridlin: 7 fossil verte- 
brates (393068, 394044). 

Dr. Alain Crosruer: 2 crabs (392590). 



186 



Louise Darby: 3 minerals (393211). 
Dr. Resnear M. Darnell: 2 worms 

(296577). 
Ray Davidson: I mineral (394556). 
Dr. Claude Dejoux: 31 caddisflies 

(395417)- 
Paul E. Desautels: I mineral (394588). 
Laurella Desborough: 2 parrot eggs 

(391266). 
Masahiro Dojiri: 69 crustaceans 

O78503). 
Dr. Daryl Domning: 18 fossil ribs 

(394014). 
Dr. T. W. Donnelly: 25 damselflies 

(396604). 
Dr. Paulo J. P. dos Santos: 4 worms 

(394232). 
Dr. Robert Downs: 8 minerals (394580). 
Paul Drez: 1 fossil (392355). 
Francis O. Dudas: 2 rock samples 

(393434)- 
Elizabeth C. Dudley: 6 mollusks 

(395166). 
Dr. Lance Durden: 2 fleas (394984). 
Dr. Bernard H. Dussart: I crustacean 

(394146). 
John Edmundson: 200 crustaceans 

(377397)- 
Dr. Robert L Edwards: 645 spiders 

(397150). 
Dr. J. E. Eger: 13 bugs (395397)- 
Rev. Robert Eisele: 738 insects (395423). 
Marc J. Ellison: I mineral (396343). 
Thomas Emerson: 1 cast of a prehistoric 

effigy pipe (390836). 
Dr. Donald S. Erdrnan: 263 fishes 

(392272). 
Dr. Christer Erseus: 8 worms (394215). 
John C. Ewers: 1 painted deer hide 

(Cheyenne) (387102). 
Mr. & Mrs. G. L Faurote: 6,000 fossils 

(395653). 
Daniel J. Feller: 32 crustaceans (391376). 
Doug Fenner: 9 corals (390713). 
Dr. V. R. Ferris: 6 worms (347778). 
Dr. Mark V. Filewicz: 2 fossil slides 

(395627). 
Lionel Finneran: I Zulu maternity 

apron (380504). 
Dr. Robert J. Fletcher: 93 crustaceans 

(39I396)- 
Dr. Peter Fong: 4 worms (362481). 
George C. Fonger: 78 fossils (391661, 

393089, 394795. 395622). 
Timothy Foote: 1 owl (394972). 



Marilyn Force: I fossil (392331). 
John M. Foster: 222 crustaceans 

(392639). 
Dr. Peter R. Fraissinet: 12 beetles 

(393248). 
Dr. John Frazier: 3 mollusks (365600). 
H. A. Freeman: 79 butterflies (393240, 

393145, 394075. 396io8). 
Tom Freitag: 10 mollusks (395167). 
Norman French: 121 birds (390001). 
Dr. Carlo Froglia: 105 crustaceans 

(380038). 
Dr. Richard V. Gaines: 3 minerals 

(391463). 
Prof. Sergio Gallo: 22 minerals (393173). 
Frank A. Garcia: 1 fossil bird (392319). 
H. Garcia-Barriga: 3 plants (393872). 
Dr. Rosser W. Garrison: 2 dragonflies 

(39345L 395122). 
Dr. Robert A. Gastaldo: 3 fossils 

(385883, 392369). 
John Gates: 8 worms (279728). 
Dr. Ray Gibson: 8 worms (390377). 
Dr. Christopher J. Glasby: 13 worms 

(395778). 
James L. Goedert: 15+ snails (396211). 
Janet Gohres: 5 fossil teeth (393074). 
Dr. Enrique Gonzales S.: 2 Mexican 

dragonflies (393449). 
Jesus Angel de Leon Gonzalez: 6 worms 

(394240). 
Dr. Robert Gordon: 2 birds (392914). 
Cynthia L. Gradek: 12 worms (395765). 
Fred Grady: 1 bird skeleton (395742). 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard & Monica Graeme: 

1 mineral (396331). 
Arthur T. Grant: 1 synthetic mineral 

(39I525)- 
Dr. Gilbert S. Grant: 2 birds (390027). 
Jason R. Grant: 681 plants (392421, 

394367. 394368, 396830, 396885). 
Dr. J. Frederick Grassle: 6 worms 

(392101). 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack & Elaine Greenspan: 1 

diamond (393216). 
Dr. Edward Grew: 2 minerals (383028). 
Robert Grier, Jr.: 1 fossil tooth & 1 fossil 

dinosaur bone (394771). 
John Griesbach: 51 rocks (393436). 
Dr. Michael B. Griffith: 13 stoneflies 

(396518). 
Gary J. Grimsley: 3 fossils (394024). 
Dr. John R. Grindley: 50 crustaceans 

(391401). 
Milton Gross: 9,570 insects (394482). 



Dr. Mark J. Grygier: 2 crustaceans 
(391391); 23 worms (392072). 

D. Palitha Gunasekera: 1 mineral 
(390183). 

Lloyd F. Gunther: 200 fossil plant 
leaves (394726). 

Val G. Gunthet: 12 fossil slabs (392283). 

Janis Hammerlun: 10 minerals (304541, 
394528). 

Christopher J. Harmatuk: 50 fossil ver- 
tebrates (389477). 

Peter J. Harmatuk: 1,300 fossil verte- 
brates (394012, 394728, 394766). 

Dr. David A. T. Harper: 6+ fossils 
(392296). 

Dr. Chris Harris: I quartz (393165). 

Peter Hattenschwwiler: 28 moths 
(393450). 

Dr. Richard W. Heard, Jr.: 29 crusta- 
ceans (381753); 20+ mollusks (393733). 

Elizabeth B. Heffernan: 3 pieces of 
Tongan barkcloth (387112). 

Bill Heim: 120 fossil vertebrates 

(392352); 25 fossil shark teeth (393061, 
394059. 39476o). 

Kann Heiman: 611 plants (390944, 

396759). 

Professor Cahit Helvaci: 8 minerals 
(386137). 

Estate of Mrs. Virginia Y. Hendry: 2 
bird skeletons & 15,000 fossil verte- 
brates (393090). 

Dr. Hans V. Herbst: 5 crustaceans 
(394181). 

Dr. Charles E. Herdendorf: I crustacean 

(394"3)- 
Dr. H. A. Hespenheide: I beetle 

(395034). 

Brian Hesse: 40,000 animal bone frag- 
ments (364380). 

Dr. Gregory P. Hetter: 1 copper Mexi- 
can mask (374090). 

Dr. Robert P. Higgins: 92+ worms 
(385011). 

Dr. Richard D. Hoare: 76 fossils 
(391652, 394040, 395592). 

Mr. & Mrs. C. S. Hollingsworth: 5 Es- 
kimo dolls (387110). 

Mrs. Jean Hooper: 8 fossil vertebrates 
(393073. 394805). 

Leroy Hooper: 2 fossils (394023). 

Dr. Richard Houbrick: 150+ mollusks 
(363234). 

Peter Hovingh: 135+ freshwater snails 
(391294, 392518). 



187 



George Q. Howe: I lot of minerals 

(391538). 

Mr. & Mrs. George Q. Howe: 17 miner- 
als (393153)- 

Dr. Francis Hueber: 6 minerals (391474, 
393170). 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hyne: 1 portion of a 
fossil crocodile jaw (386624); 786 fos- 
sil vertebrates (388947). 

Dr. Thomas M. Iliffe: 6+ worms 
(364310). 

Gladine Fritz Imes: 1 facteted gem 
(393210). 

Dr. Teruo Ishida: 1,711 crustaceans 
(392610, 394141. 395926). 

Ronald M. A. Ison: 23 fossil vertebrates 
(393968). 

Dr. Michael A. Ivie: 130 beetles 
(393816); 2 weevils (396076). 

Master Sergeant Walter Johns: 2 fossil 
bird bones (393031). 

Ardis Johnson: 2 crustaceans (392592). 

Dr. C. D. Johnson: 6<) beetles (393252, 

395»9)- 

Tiffany Johnson: 1 fossil walrus mandi- 
ble (390614). 

Chris Johnston: 13 minerals (394533, 
396368). 

Dennis Jones: 9 birds (390003, 392930). 

Danny Jump: 45 beetles (394078). 

Dr. Peter Jung: 2 mollusks (389033). 

Dr. Z. Kabata: 1 crustacean (392621). 

Professor & Mrs. David Kadane: 153 
Makonde wooden sculptures 
(387040). 

Patricia J. Kailola: 7 fishes (344814). 

Ralph Karl (Deceased): 1 shell tool 

(3853I9). 
Ronald F. Keil: I fossil bone of a tropic 

bird (393069). 
John Kemner: 20 Mexican butterflies 

(393388). 
Dr. Edwin J. Keppner: 25 worms 

(390394. 394217). 
Charles L Key: 6 minerals (390246). 
Robert J. Kidd: 265+ crustaceans 

(381721). 
Dr. Lynn S. Kimsey: 6 insects 

(393382). 
Richard King: I fossil catfish skeleton 

(394021). 
Dr. Edward C. Knudson: 2 moths 

(396549). 
Dr. Naoki Kohno: 3 fossil casts 

(393999)- 



Dr. Boris C. Kondratieff: 144 caddisfl- 

ies, damselflies & stoneflies (396016, 

396558). 
H. H. Kool: 24+ mollusks (393699, 

396222). 
Dr. Petet M. Kranz: 4 fossil reptile 

teeth (388905, 394761). 
Dt. Roy K. Kropp: 2 crustaceans 

(392581). 
Dt. Barry S. Kues: 3 fossils (393018). 
Dr. Yoshihiko Kurosawa: 2 beetles 

(395054). 
Denise J. Laire: 1 Horned Grebe 

(394970). 
Eugene Lambe: 24 crustaceans (368030). 
Dr. Donald H. Lamore: 2 bird skins 

(390035). 
Dr. David Larson: 24 beetles (393241). 
Dt. Peter L Larson: 203 fossil verte- 
brates (380269, 385835); 1 fossil seal 

cranium (388868). 
Jean-Louis Latil: 4 fossil casts (395586). 
Mrs. Roxie C. Laybourne: 6 bluebirds 

(395731)- 
Dr. Mike Lee: 21 crustaceans (394120). 
Yung-Jo Lee: 14 casts of paleolithic 

stone tools (387057). 
Blanca Leon: 6 plants (396761). 
Margaret Leonard: 3 fossil seal bones 

(3930H). 
Dr. Richard Leschen: 3 beetles (394486). 
Robert E. Lewis: 1 flea (396560). 
Dr. Robert D. Liska: I.OOO + fossils 

(39I659). 
Dr. Elbert Little, Jr.: 391 plants (391013, 

394676, 395224). 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. Little: 6 ethno- 
graphic artifacts (390840). 
Jerry D. Livermont: 1 carved wooden 

staff (387052). 
Pfofessot Tian Li-Xin: 365 caddisflies 

(395065). 
Dr. William G. Lyons: 2 fossils (392291). 
Dr. Amaro Macedo: 40 plants (386859). 
Norman John MacGaffin, III: 1 ceramic 

jar (366952). 
Dr. Andy S. Y Mackie: 2 worms 

(390392). 
Dr. C. Don MacNeill: 9 butterflies 

(393244). 
Dr. Norberto Malumian: 34 fossils 

(395647)- 
Barry W. Mansell: 10 crustaceans 

(37II95). 
Joe T. Marshall, Jr.: 1 bird (387350). 



Daniel L Martin: 10 crustaceans 

(386586). 
Dr. Brian Mason: 13 meteotites (383820, 

392483)- 
Dr. E. C. Masteller: 9 beetles (395088). 
Bryant Mather: 1 butterfly (393246). 
Michael Mathis: 9 caddisflies (393384). 
David Matusik: 18 buttetflies (396107). 
Mrs. Lewis L. May: 1 plant (396836). 
William May: 3 fossils (395598). 
Alexander P. Maybarduk: 2 mud masks 

(358975). 

Dr. James B. McClintock: 16 crusta- 
ceans (392579). 

Vance McCollum: 3 fossils (393037, 

394039). 
Dr. John McCormack: 1 mineral 

(396342). 
Dr. Frank K. McKinney: 19 fossils 

(392299). 
Jack H. McLellan: 20 fossil whale shark 

teeth (392318). 
Dt. Jerry A. McLelland: 307 worms 

(395766). 
Dr. Christopher McRoberts: 13 fossils 

(395634)- 
Peter Megaw: 1 mineral (393213). 
Dr. Betty J. Meggers: 2 ceramic plates 

& 1 jar (372212); ill Indian & Eskimo 

dolls (374095). 
Mark Meisenhalder: 2 minerals (394519, 

394559); 8 beryls (395561). 
Dr. Carl Mendelson: 33 fossils (391649). 
Dr. Michael A. Menzies: 9 minerals 

(39150I). 
Tim Mihuc: 20+ snails (395187). 
Dr. Donald G. Mikulic: 10 fossils 

(393095)- 
Dr. David S. Miller: 1 fossil porpoise 

skull fragment (394770). 
Dr. Richard S. Miller: I beetle (393387). 
Robett H. Millet: 4 plants (392434). 
Michael R. Milligan: 11 worms (394199). 
Dr. Tomoyuki Miura: 10+ mollusks 

(376488); 6 worms (392073, 392097). 
Mrs. Mary Jo Molineaux: 1,308 insects 

(394478). 
M. Kasim Moosa: i ctustacean (392644). 
Dr. Eduardo Suarez Morales: 1 crusta- 
cean (394136). 
James D. Mougris: 7 opals (391492, 

391520). 
Dr. Hans-Georg Muller: 13 crustaceans 

(377386, 391420). 
Wolfgang Munk: 3 fossil casts (394816). 



188 



James Nardi: 3 fossils (391665). 
Jacques Negre: 98 insects (396516). 
Bill Nemke: 3 fossils (392372). 
Thomas Nichols: 11 parrots (393960). 
Arnold Norden: I wasp (394077). 
Robert Novak: 104 birds (383506). 
Dr. L. N. Novoselova: 1 mineral 

O91514)- 
John M. Nugent: 1 fossil skull (393044). 
Ted R. Nuttall: 6 mollusks (373742). 
Brendan O'Connor: 2 worms (345890). 
Dr. Susumu Ohtsuka: 14 crustaceans 

(391416). 
Randolph B. Old: 128 artifacts (387104). 
Dr. Michael K. Oliver: 14 fishes 

(391990). 
Dr. Paul A. Opler: 1 butterfly (395030). 
Dr. Dennis M. Opresko: 2 crustaceans Sc 

6 worms (392103). 
Dr. W. Edward Osborne: 1 fossil 

(395589)- 

Mt. & Mrs. Paul Oscanyan: 86 Icelandic 
artifacts (356736). 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Osterbrink: 2 par- 
rots (393945)- 

Dr. Ervin G. Otvos: 12 fossil casts 
(395617). 

Claudia Owen: 16 metamorphic rocks 
(390644). 

Robert H. Parker: 36 worms (202730). 

Jeanne Parsons: See Also: Gladine Fritz 
Imes (393210). 

Dr. Guido Pastotino: I fossil crab 
(393995)- 

Dr. R. T. Patterson: 52 fossils (394015). 

Ralph K. Patton: 5 Indian artifacts 

(387053)- 
Dr. Gustav Paulay: 1 mollusk (395178). 
Dr. David L. Pearson: 214 beetles 

(393137. 393468). 
Mrs. Velva Perrygo: 41 birds (389361). 
Dr. Manuel Pescador: 1,356 mayflies 

(397140). 
Dr. Jack D. Pettigrew: 4 crustaceans 

(394*43)- 
Dr. E. J. Petuch: 28 mollusks (389394) 
Dr. Dan Petzold: 1 fossil (395595). 
Dr. Ronald C. Phillips: 3,585 plants 

(393555)- 
Sid Pieters: 2 minerals (396348). 
Dr. Kathleen Pigg: I fossil leaf (394727). 
William W. Pinch: 4 minerals (394555). 
Joe Pinto: I fossil bone (391662). 
Kenneth A. Pitt: 1 fossil seal vertebrae 

'394037)- 



Sherry K. Pittam: 47 plants (396169). 
Donald J. Pletsch: 1 crustacean (381747). 
Nisan B. Plotnik: 1 mineral (394557). 
Dr. Wouter N. Polder: 5 fishes (396434). 
George Potter: 2 fossils (363243). 
Dr. Eric Powell: 199 mollusks (345705). 
Dr. JoAnne Powell: 1 fossil bone 

(393034). 
Richard Powell: I barkcloth (390844). 
Dr. Diomedes Quintero: 17 wasps 

(395H3)- 
William L. Rader: 3 minerals (394492). 
Rob Raguso: 5 butterflies (396609). 
Gabriel Ramos: 20 crustaceans (392611). 
Dt. Stuart J. Ramos: 4 butterflies 

(395036). 
Dr. R. W. J. Read: 35 insects (393487). 
Helen S. Reed (Deceased): 1 snail 

(376640). 
Jan G. Reese: 142 bird skins (393961). 
Dr. Charles B. Reif: no crustaceans 

(394106). 
Dt. Vincent H. Resh: 5 crustaceans 

(389857)- 
Dr. J. Keith Rigby: 58 fossil sponges 

(391648). 
Norman L. Riker: 1 fossil bird bone 

(392304). 
Dr. Nathan W. Riser 1 worm (392078). 
Mario Rivera: 7 funerary bundles 

(36I2I5)- 
Mrs. Betty Lynn Roberts: 1 fossil 

(395631). 
George W. Robinson, Sr.: 2 minerals 

(391476). 
Dr. Richard A. Robison: 37 fossils 

(394053). 
Jay Rodgers: 7 fossils (394723, 394779)- 
Dr. Sergio de Almeida Rodrigues: 21 

crustaceans (366275). 
Dr. David M. Rohr: 3 fossils (392341, 

392362). 
Dr. L. H. Rolston: 5 insects (396580). 
John A. Rudin: I ceramic jug & 1 

bronze btacelet (387056). 
Dr. R. Eugene Ruff: 16 worms (390385). 
Dr. Curtis W. Sabrosky: 981 flies 

(394480). 
Dr. K. Sakai: 1 crustacean (394138). 
Dr. Guillermo San Martin: 14 worms 

(392068). 
Fabrizio Scarabino: I mollusk (392532). 
Dr. W. Schact: 27 flies (393488). 
Dr. Jack C. Schuster: 6 beetles (394487). 
Dt. Don Schwert: 4 beetles (396513). 



Larry Serpa: 40 crustaceans (388155). 
Dr. Ken Severin: 4 crustaceans (381751). 
Dr. Michael J. Sharkey: 827 insects 

(395033) 
Gary M. Sherman: 1 lot of synthetic 

minerals (391464). 
Dr. John Shisko: 226 worms (342829). 
Ron Shrader: 9 fossil teeth (392317). 
Dorothy K. Shula: 9 minerals (394543). 
David O. Siegert: 2 fossil vertebrates 

(393070). 
Bernard L. Smeltzer: 1 fossil tooth 

(394811). 
Mrs. Connie Smith: I fossil (394787). 
Michael J. Smith: 13 butterflies (393249)- 
Dr. Ralph Smith: 9 worms (392m). 
Dr. I. G. Sohn: 10 crustaceans (380019). 
Dr. Vivinne Solis- Weiss: I worm 

(392077). 
Dr. Eve C. Southward: 4 worms 

(394227). 
T.J. Spilman: 3,868 insects (394483). 
Richard Spjut: 226 plants (393519)- 
Dr. Michael G. Stamatakis: 6 minerals 

(393200). 
Karl Stephan: 6 beetles (395114)- 
Dr. Wolfgang E. Sterrer: 24 worms 

(392083, 394101, 395784)- 
James O. Stevenson: 5 plants (393518). 
Roger M. Strand: 9 beetles (394076). 
Dr. David Strayer: 67 crustaceans 

(379990- 
Dr. Kenneth C. Stuck: 45 crustaceans 

(392632). 
Eduardo Suarez M.: u crustaceans 

(377435. 39i58o). 
Dr. J. E. Sublette: 556 insects (397152). 
Dr. Hans-Dieter Sues: 200 fossil verte- 
brates (394775)- 
Dr. J. Boiling Sullivan, III: 325 insects 

(393138, 396559. 396603). 
Dt. William D. Sumlin, III: 2 Mexican 

beetles (396077). 
Dr. C. R. Suresh: 2 plants (392844, 

396905). 
Clyde Swindell: 137 fossil vertebrates 

(389478. 393065). 
Stephen Syphax: 227 crustaceans 

(395930). 
Burl E. Tackett: 5 worms (395762). 
Dr. Thomas N. Taylor: I fossil plant 

(391307)- 
J. H. Tenery: 1 fossil (392337). 
Dr. Harry A. ten Hove: 31+ worms 

(392070). 



189 



Dr. Mamoru Terayama: u ants (395053). 

Dr. Edward E. Terrell: 15 plants (392873). 

Darius Thieme: 1 friction drum 
(361696). 

Ralph Thompson: 1 fossil slab of petri- 
fied wood (395594). 

Donald E. Tilch: 1 fossil (394058). 

Dr. Verena Tunnicliffe: 7 worms 
(384473, 392104). 

Mrs. Lillian Turner: I quartz bowl 

(391539)- 
Nelson Uemura: I crustacean (386531). 
Dr. Garland R. Upchurch, Jr.: 18 fossil 

plants (394734)- 
Dr. Radames Urtiage: 6 lacebugs 

(393455)- 

Brad van Scriver: I mineral (394513). 

Paule Varlamoff: I mineral (394544). 

Dr. Duncan Vaughan: 53 plants (393317). 

Dr. Luz Amelia Vega-Perez: 8 crusta- 
ceans (394145). 

Dr. Steven Viada: 1 fossil (392333). 

Dr. Emily H. Vokes: 91 fossils (392345, 
392356, 394010). 

Dr. H. P. Wagner: 2 crustaceans 
(392636). 

John S. Waldrop: 10 fossil mammals 
(394045). 

Dr. David Evans Walter: 32 mites 

(393242. 396567)- 
Dr. Lauclc W. Ward: 2 fossil monk seal 

bones (390530). 
Matthew Webb: 1 mineral (394494). 
Dr. Konrad F. Weidich: 35 fossils 

(393045)- 
Dan Weinrich: 2 minerals (393214). 
David Wells: 2 fossils (392347, 394772). 
Dr. Samuel A. Wells: I beetle (396579). 
Dr. Richard L Westcott: 2 beetles 

(395035)- 
Dr. James W. Westgate: 14 fossils 

(395616). 
Dr. Elizabeth Wheeler: 42 fossil plant 

slides (394785)- 
Dr. Mary K. Wicksten: 2 crustaceans 

(392617). 
Lawrence A. Wiedman: 30 invertebrate 

fossils (394033). 
Ronald S. Wielgus: 1,017 moths 

(394484, 396082, 396556). 
Robert Wiest: 8 fossils (391613, 

394765)- 

Dr. W G. Wightman: 1 fossil (389501). 

Dr. Ronald S. Wilkinson: 2,037 butter- 
flies & moths (394479). 



Dr. Debra Willard: 62 fossil coal sam- 
ples (393964)- 
Dr. James Wilson: 6 minerals (394581). 
Dr. W. W Wirth: 774 biting midges 

(397133)- 

Dr. Robert Woodruff: 3 moths (395419). 
Daniel Wright: See Also: Janis Ham- 

merlun (394528). 
Kirk E. Wright: 14 crustaceans (369505). 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald C. & Linda Yanke: 1 

quartz replacing wood (393179). 
Dr. Harry C. Yeatman: 10 crustaceans 

(394119). 
May W. Yipp: 26 mollusks (343557). 
Dr. Frank N. Young: 300 insects 

(396564). 
Victor Yount: 14 minerals (390181, 

390182). 
Dr. Roger Zimmerman: I Siamese 

shrimp (377419). 
Dr. William J. Zinsmeister: 4 fossils 

(395656). 
Dr. Victor A. Zullo: 47 fossils (393051, 

396617). 



National Portrait Gallery 

Donors of Financial Support 

$$0,000 or more 

The Annenberg Foundation 

$10,000 or more 

American Express Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Krueger 

%% 000 or more 

The Barra Foundation, Inc. 
Harryette and Marcus Conn 

$ 1, 000 or more 

Abbeville Press, Inc. 

Federal National Mortgage Association 

Foundation 
Leslie H. Goldberg 
Jack Haas 



The Clarence and Jack Himmel Founda- 
tion 
Chester H. Lasell 
The Phi Beta Kappa Society 
The Ruth and Frank Stanton Fund 



$$00 or more 

L. Gordon Darling 

Florence and Jeffrey H. Miller 



$250 or more 



Barry M. and Beverly Lang Pierce 



Donors to the Collection 
Painting and Sculpture 

Anheuser-Busch. Rosa Parks, 1990, 
bronze, by Artis Lane 
(T/NPG.i99i.2255>. 

Arbit Blatas and Regina Resnik. Regina 
Resnik, 1968, oil on canvas, by Arbit 
Blatas (T/NPG.1990.125527). 

Michael Burns. Arnold Palmer, 1979, oil 
on canvas, by Paul C. Burns 
(T/NPG. 1990.83). 

Ralph Cowan. Elvis Presley, 1988, oil on 
canvas, by Ralph Cowan 
(NPG.1990.114). 

Lamar Dodd. Boardman Robinson, c.1943, 
mixed media on plywood, self-por- 
trait (NPG. 1991.55 ). 

Helen Loring Ensign. Prof. John F. Weir, 
c.1919, oil on canvas, by William Lor- 
ing (NPG.1990.115). 

William James IV. William James, 
C.1860, oil on cardboard, by John La 
Farge (NPG.1991.6). 

Ruth Munson. Buckminster Fuller, c.1981, 
oil on canvas, by Ruth Munson 
(T/NPG.199I.4255-93)- 

Janet Gregg Schroeder. Carol Laise Bun- 
ker, not dated, bronze head, by Janet 
Gregg Schroeder (TNPG.1990.113). 

Jane White. Alistair Cooke, 1984, oil on 
canvas, by Jane White 
(T/NPG.1991.42551). 

Jane White. Nathan Milslein, 1943, oil 
on board, by Jane White 
(T/NPG. 1991.42552) 



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Photographs 

E.F. Bergman. William Christopher 
Handy, c. 1932, gelatin silver print, 
by Carl Van Vechten (S/NPG.91.49). 

Murray Bognovitz. William J. Brennan, 
Jr., 1990, gelatin silver print, by Mur- 
ray Bognovitz (T/NPG.91.79) 

Mrs. Edgar Breitenbach._/are/A/Aen, 
1944, gelatin silver print, by Josef 
Breitenbach (NPG. 91. 51) 

Judith Caditz and Joan Abramson. 
Orson Welles, 1948, gelatin silver 
print, by Roman Freulich 
(NPG.91.48). 

Eastman Kodak Professional Photogra- 
phy Division, the Engl Trust, and 
Benedict J. Fernandez. Countdown to 
Eternity, Photographs of Dr. Martin Lu- 
ther King, Jr. in the 1060s, 1989 prints 
from 1967/68 negatives, portfolio of 
rwelve photographs by Benedict J. 
Fernandez (NPG.91.47.1-12). 

Stella Egone. Paul Hinaemith, not 
dated, gelatin silver print, by Egon 
C. J. Egone (NPG. 90.146); Serge 
Koussevitsky, 1949, gelatin silver 
print, by Egon C. J. Egone 
(NPG. 90.147); Serge Koussevitsky, not 
dated, gelatin silver print, by Egon 
C. J. Egone (NPG.90.148); Paul 
Hinaemith, not dated, gelatin silver 
print, by Egon C.J. Egone (S/NPG.9- 
0.138); Paul Hinaemith, not dated, gel- 
atin silver print, by Egon C.J. Egone 
(S/NPG.90.139); Serge Koussevitsky, 
1977 after 1949 photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Egon C.J. Egone 
(S/NPG.90.140); Serge Koussevitsky, 
not dated, gelatin silver ptint, by 
Egon C.J. Egone (S/NPG.90.141); 
Serge Koussevitsky, 1949, gelatin silver 
prinr, by Egon C.J. Egone 
(S/NPG.90.142). 

Howard Greenberg. Wtnold Reiss, 1919, 
gelatin silver print, by Unidentified 
(S/NPG.91.50). 

Edward Jablonski and Russell L. 
Caplan. George Gershwin and Arthur 
Kaufmann, 1990 print from 1936 nega- 
tive, gelatin silver print, by George 
Gershwin (S/NPG.91.15); Arthur 
Kaufmann, 1990 print from 1936 nega- 
tive, by George Gershwin (S/NPG.91- 
.16). 



Emma N. and Sidney Kaplan. Frederick 
Douglass, c. 1879, albumen silver 
print, by George K. Warren 
(S/NPG.91.75) 

William Woodville, VIII. Cadwalader 
Ringgold, c. 1853, stereoscopic 
daguerreotype, by Unidentified 
(S/NPG.90.143); Samuel Ringgold, c. 
1845, by John Plumbe.Jr. 
(S/NPG.90.144); Samuel Ringgold, c. 
1855 after 1845 daguerreotype, 
albumenized salt print, by Unidenti- 
fied (S/NPG.90.145). 

Prints and Drawings 

Carol and B.B. Cutler. Mark Rothko, 
1936, drypoint, by Milton Avery 
(NPG.91.36). 

Richard Ely. Diana Vreeland, 1984, col- 
ored pencil, pastel, felt tip ink and 
watercolor on paper, by Richard Ely 
(T/NPG. 90.110255.99). 

Richard Ely. Diana Vreeland, 1989, 
crayon, ink, and gouache on paper, 
by Richard Ely (T/NPG.90.111255.99). 

Judith and Steven Katten (donative 
sale). Colleen Moore, 1928, pencil and 
gouache on poster board, by Batiste 
Madalena (T/NPG.90.112255.98). 

Everett Raymond Kinstler (donative 
sale). Celebrity Book of Nellie Flagg, 
1907-1913, book of pen and ink carica- 
tures by various artists 
(NPG.90.118.a-b). 

Everett Raymond Kinstler._/<«Bdr Mont- 
gomery Flagg, c. 1944, pen and ink on 
paper, by Charles Dana Gibson 
(NPG.90.108). 

Lachaise Foundation. Harold Hart 
Crane, c. 1923, pencil on paper, by 
Gaston Lachaise (NPG.91.46). 

Milton Rose. Clement B. Penrose, 1908, 
etching, by W.H.W Bicknell (study 
collection, pending receipt of acces- 
sion number from Registrar). 

Mark and Julia Strand. Mark Strand, 
1983, watercolor, by Philip Pearlstein 
(T/NPG.91.38). 



Smithsonian Institution 
Traveling Exhibition 
Service 

Donors of Financial Support 
$100, 000 or more 

The Boeing Company 
The Wallace Foundation 
Joint grant with National Museum of 
American History 

$ 50, 000 or more 

The John D. and Catherine T Mac Ar- 
thur Foundation 
Time Warner Inc. 

$10, 000 or more 

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, 

Inc. 
Brarttleboro, Vermont 
The Smithsonian Institution Special 

Exhibition Fund 

$1,000 or more 

The British Council 

The National Ttust for Scotland 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Aer-Lingus. Shipping exhibition 
"Views of Rome: Drawings and Wa- 
tercolors from the Collection of the 
Biblioreca Apostolica Vaticana" to 
Dublin, Ireland. 

The Boeing Company, Washington, 
D.C. office. Services associated with 
the International Gallery showing of 
the exhibition, "Moscow: Treasures 
and Traditions." 

Federal Express International. Transpor- 
tation in the United States of the ex- 
hibition, "Moscow: Treasures and 
Traditions." 

German American Fund, Portland, Ore. 
For the exhibition, "Jakob Ignaz 
Hittorff: Architectural Drawings and 
Watercolors of Paris and Rome." 



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Lufthansa Airlines. Shipping expenses 
in conjunction with the exhibition, 
"Jakob Ignaz Hittorff: Atchitectural 
Drawings and Watercolors of Patis 
and Rome." 

Reed College, Portland, Ote. For the ex- 
hibition catalogue of "Jakob Ignaz 
Hittorff: Architectural Drawings and 
Watercolors of Paris and Rome." 

Whyte & Mackay Distillers Limited, 
Glasgow, Scotland. Exhibition devel- 
opment of "Pride of Place." 



Public Service 

Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education 

Donors of Financial Support 
$10, ooo or more 

Brother International Corporation 



Office of Folklife Programs 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

U.S. Department of Agriculture 

$S0, ooo or more 

Music Performance Trust Funds 

$10,000 or more 

Broderbund Software 
Government of Chiapas, Mexico 
Instiruto Nacional Indigenista and 
Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios 
Superiores en Antropologia Social 
Inter-American Foundation 
MacArthur Foundation 
Ruth Mott Fund 
Ralph Rinzler 



Sony Music 

U.S. Virgin Islands Humanities Council 
Victor Company of Japan 
Wilajawira Project, La Paz, Bolivia 

$S00 or more 

Laura Boulton Foundation 
Sealaska Heritage Foundation 

$2$0 or more 

Hechinger Company 
Pier I Imports 

Donors to the Collection 

Sage-Chase family. Two woven burden 
baskets made at the Festival of Amer- 
ican Folklife by Mandan Indians 
from Halliday, North Dakota. 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

A&M Research Extension Center. Sor- 
ghum used in the "Family Farming 
in the Heartland" program. Festival 
of American Folklife. 

Action Al's Tire Company. Six used 
tires for use at the Family Farming 
program site. 

Aeromotot Windmill Corp. One six- 
foot windmill used in the Family 
Farming program. 

American Popcorn, ioo pounds of pop- 
corn for use in the Family Farming 
program. 

Amtrak. Loan of tools for lining rail- 
road track for use in the "Roots of 
Rhythm and Blues" Festival program. 

B&O Railroad Museum. Loan of 42 feet 
of 100-lb. railroad track and railroad 
track and lining tools for use in the 
"Roots of Rhythm and Blues" Festi- 
val program. 

Bacardi Imports. Two cases of rum used 
in the Festival Quincentenary pro- 
gram, "Land in Native American 
Cultures." 

The Bacova Guild, Ltd. Six mailboxes 
used in the Family Farming program. 

Ball Corporation. Two cases of canning 
jars used for foodways demonstra- 
tions in the Family Farming program. 



Barton Brands, Ltd. Two cases of Mezcal 
used in the Quincentenary program, 
"Land in Native American Cultures." 

Bell Haven Pharmacy. Loan of two 
wheelchairs for the Festival. 

Bittersweet Hill Nurseties. Bedding 
plants used around the site of the 
Family Farming program. 

Brorher Sew & Vac Centers. Loan of a 
sewing machine for use in the Family 
Fanning program. 

Oder Works, Inc. Six mailboxes used 
in the Family Farming program. 

Celestial Seasoning, Inc. Two cases of 
herb teas used for participant hospi- 
tality at the Festival of American 
Folklife. 

Cutco Cutlery, Corp. Knives used at the 
Festival of American Folklife. 

Embassy High's Dairy. Two cases of 
fruit juice used for participant hospi- 
tality at the Festival of American 
Folklife. 

Everfresh Juice Co. 50 cases of fruit 
juice used for Festival hospitality. 

Frito-Lay, Inc. Two cases of chips used 
for Festival hospitality. 

Heritage Cutlery, Inc. Scissors for use at 
the Festival. 

Hoards's Dairyman Magazine. Calen- 
dars for use ar the Festival's Family 
Farming program. 

Jack T. Irwin. Three large rocks for use 
in the Festival's Quincentenary pro- 
gram, "Land in Native American 
Cultures." 

Stephen C. LaVere. Continuous tone 
negative of Robert Johnson and con- 
tinuous tone ptint of Hacksaw 
Harney for use in the Festival pro- 
gram book and on signs with the 
"Roots of Rhythm and Blues" pro- 
gram. 

Rolling Greens. Two large tropical 
plants used at the Festival's "Forest, 
Field and Sea: Folklife in Indonesia" 
program. 

Shelter Mailbox. Three mailboxes for 
use at the Family Farming ptogtam 
site. 

Shurfire Disttibutors, Inc. 100 pounds 
of charcoal for use at the Festival's In- 
donesia program. 

Snyder of Hanover. Four cases of chips 
used for Festival hospitality. 



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Steel City, Corp. Four mailboxes for use 
at the Festival's Family Farming pro- 
gram. 

Sugar Association. 350 pounds of sugar 
for use at the Festival. 

The Tomato Game. A Tomato Game for 
the Family Farming program. 

Tripp Bakers, Inc. Four cases of pound 
cake for Festival hospitality. 

Uncle Ben's, Inc. ioo pounds of rice for 
use ac the Festival. 

U.S. National Arboretum. Loan of 

plants for the Festival's Indonesia pro- 
gram. 

Utz Quality Foods, Inc. Four cases of 
chips for Festival hospitality. 

Van Wingerden's of Culpepper. Bed- 
ding plants for the Family Farming 
program. 

Wilkins Coffee. Six pounds of coffee for 
Festival hospitality. 

Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry. A large 
canning cooker for foodways demon- 
strations at the Family Farming pro- 
gram. 

Woodpeckers, Ltd. of Virginia. Eight 
mailboxes for the Family Farming 
program site. 



External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for External 
Affairs 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

W. Alton Jones Foundation 

$10, 000 or more 

Mrs. Marjorie Arundel, Wildcat Moun- 
tain Farm 

$ 1, 000 or more 

Mr. Stanley Woodward 



Donors to the Senator Heinz 
Memorial Fund 

$$,000 or more 

Mrs. Thomas L. Williams, Jr., Williams 
Family Foundation of Georgia, Inc. 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Johnson 
Mr. Samuel W. Lambert, III, The Bun- 
bury Company, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Lauder 
Sandoz Corporation 
Mr. Thomas W. Weisel 

$$00 or more 

Cato Foundation Fund 

Mr. John E. du Pont 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ranieri 

$250 or more 

Edw. C. Levy Co. Foundation 
John H. T. Wilson and Sandra W Wil- 
son 
Wild Wings Foundation 

Donors to the Tropical 
Rainforest Project 

$$0, 000 or more 

The Pointer Foundation 

$$00 or more 

R. R. Donnelley and Sons Company 
Mark A. Johnson 
Ralph H. Stephens 

$2$0 or more 
Carolyn L. Wilson 



Office of 
Telecommunications 

Donors of Financial Support 
$$00,000 or more 

Japanese Consortium: Kajima Corpora- 
tion, Hitachi Limited, American 
Family Assurance Company 

$$0,000 or more 

Environment Ministry of the Nether- 
lands 

$10,000 or more 

WQED-TV 

Environment Ministry of Norway 

Chase Manhattan Bank 



Smithsonian Resident 
Associate Program 

Donors of Financial Support 
$10,000 or more 

The Washington Post 
Arizona Public Service Co. 
Riggs National Bank 

$1,000 or more 

Harry N. Abrams 

American Committee on U.S./Soviet 
Relations 

Austrian National Tourist Office, Inc. 

Coordination Council for North Ameri- 
can Affairs 

Embassy of Canada 

Royal Norwegian Embassy 

The Hechinger Foundation 

MCI Foundation 

W. A. Taylor & Company 

Techworld 

The Textile Museum 

Tibet House 



W 



The United States Air Force 
$$00 or more 

Blues Alley Museum Society, Inc. 
Embassy of Greece 
Irvmet Fleming Inc. 
National Geographic Society 
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Cor- 
poration 
Viking Penguin, Inc. 

$2$0 or more 

Committee of 100 on the Fedetal Ciry 

Friendship Ambassadors Foundation 

Hakuhodo 

National Capital Area Skeptics 

Sotheby's Inc. 

Elicia W. Beebe 

Don Klotz, Jr. 

James W. Low 

James I. and Carol Ann McPherson 

$100 or more 

Marc D. Adams 

Natalie E. Babson 

Robert W. Bauman 

Angela Beckman 

Elmore R. Chatham 

Bruce A. Cohen 

Wilmer H. Cressman 

Margaret Deutsch 

Wilbur G. Dickinson 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Dublin 

Louise Durbin 

David Gladstone 

Vera Glocklin 

Colonel and Mrs. William T. Hamilton, 

Audrey H. Hatry 

R.B.Jenkins 

Georgette Kamenetz 

Martha Louise Leggette 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lehfeldt 

Robert Liebscher 

Betty Mooney 

Muriel H. Parry 

Paul and Blanche Postelnek 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Riesz 

Curtis L. Scribner 

Barbara Searle 

Margaret J. Shannon 

Thomas W Stern 



Joan Van Stone 

Marilyn Sylvesrer 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Wiener 

$$0 or more 

Leonard P. Abbott 

Kenneth Allen 

Wilma M. Angelbeck 

Mary C. Angelos 

Dr. Bryan Arling 

Edwin Berk 

Marie E. Bierau 

Alexandra Blackhurst 

Bruce S. Bloom 

John D. Blumgart 

Peter J. Burgess 

Thomas W. Chamberlain 

William T. Cook 

Chester L. Cooper 

Stephen Cormier 

Marian Craig 

Liliane Floge and Stephen Crawford 

Susan M. Crawford 

DeLanson R. Crist 

Sandra Crist 

George T. Desorcy 

Imogene Driscoll 

Virginia Ehelebe 

Joanne D. Fort 

Evan Fotos 

Sonia P. Fuentes 

Carolyn Furfine 

James E. Galloway 

Joy and John Garney 

John P. Grausz 

Harold Gray 

Dorothy Green 

Florine A. Greenberg 

Constance HefFeran and Doris Grubb 

Harlan Harrison 

Ezra E. Heitowit 

W. C. Howell 

L. B. Huntet 

Raymond Husson 

Jerome Jacobson 

Curt Kambic 

Ann S. Kelly 

John Klayman 

Seth A. Koch 

Ellen Kollar 

Travis Barton Kranz 

Eugene L. Kressin 

Emanuel Landau 

Ann Lapporte 



Thomas A. Larson 

L. E. Laurion 

Wilhemina A. Leigh 

Jerome C. Leonard 

Colman Levin 

Mrs. David E. Lewis 

Patricia H. Lowe 

Vernon C. Lower 

M. W. Mainwaring 

Catherine E. Maurer 

Sarah Ann McClendon 

Theodora McGill 

Elroy S. Merrifield 

Cynthia Gtoves Miller 

Susan L. Miller 

Mary B. Moore 

Dale Moran 

I. V. Munster 

Don H. Murdock 

Michael Wilcox and Mary Niebuhr 

Gail Osbuin 

Angeline M. Pascuzzi 

David R. Pattetson 

Ruth Paul 

Jacqueline Pierce 

Amelia Wallace Porter 

Cora E. Pyles 

Jack Reams 

Lawrence Reed 

Mrs. Robert A. Resnik 

Charles W. Reynolds 

Diana M. Riehl 

George W Riesz 

Deborah Rudolph 

Christina Samson 

Nancy Schaffer 

Harold Shoup 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Silberstein 

Lynn A. Soukup 

Lynn A. Spates 

Louise S. Steele 

Moises N. Steren 

Edwin Stevens 

Lisa Taylor 

Grace Taylor 

Roy Tidwell 

Richard A. Trammell 

Charlotte Vigueta 

Lohva Wakefield 

Juliana C. Weihe 

Leslie Weisman 

Sue Wolpoff 

Otto A. Zipf 



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Donors of In-Kind Support 

Antinori Premium Wines 
Baccus Importers 
Champagne Taittinger 
Henley Park Hotel 
Stolichnaya Vodka 
Strathmore Sparkling Spring Water 
Washington Wholesale Liquor 
Company 



"Smithsonian World" 



Donors of Financial Support 

$ soo, ooo or more 

Southwestern Bell Corporation for pro- 
duction of Smithsonian Wotld's sixth 
season of five one-hour television spe- 
cials. 

Southwestern Bell Corporation for pro- 
motion, advertising, and educational 
component accompanying Smithson- 
ian World's sixth season. 

Station Program Cooperative (Public 
Television Stations' Viewers) for pro- 
duction of Smithsonian Wotld's sixth 



Donors to Special Preview 
Screenings of Smithsonian 
World 

$ 1,000 or more 

Eastman Kodak Company for "The 
Doors of Perception" pteview and re- 
ception at Baird, National Museum 
of Natural History. 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Colorlab and Russell Suniewick. 16mm 
prints, xenon slide projector, hi-con- 
trast slides used in Smithsonian 
World preview screenings. 

Mediatech and John Fry. Test equip- 
ment and engineering services to de- 
sign double system pilotone 



synchronization for Smithsonian 
World preview screenings. 
Rodel Audio Services and Nelson Funk. 
Sound equipment, stereo audio mix- 
ing, engineering and design, and 
stereo NR mix transfers for Smirh- 
sonian World preview screenings. 



Institutional 
Initiatives 

National Museum of the 
American Indian 
National Campaign 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

Mr. David Rockefeller 

$50, 000 or more 

The Merck Family Fund 
Mrs. Irving Salomon 

$S,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. James Block 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom G. Cousins 
Mrs. Ann Rockefeller Roberts 
Ms. Margaret Schink 
Mr. and Mrs. John Walton 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Andrews 

T.E. Beck 

Mr. Lewis W. Bernard 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Binder 

Mr. George Byers 

Cook Inlet Region, Inc. 

The Honorable Barber B. Conable 

The Corning Foundation 

Mrs. Wahleah Faulkner Davis 

Michael Dorris and Louise Erdrich 

The Elliott Bay Book Company 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ettinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Fisher 



Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Geismar 

Mitsuko O. Green 

Mrs. Miriam S. Hogan 

Mrs. Vera G. List 

The Meek Foundation 

Mr. Clifford L. Michel 

Ms. Marie B. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. John Nieto 

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll O'Connor 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Small 

Ms. Luch I. Smiley 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton I. Sosland 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stempel 

Mr. Ronald F. Stowe 

Mr. James R. Taft 

Mr. Kay Rex Whitmore 

Ms. Florence Corder- Witter 

$$00 or more 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Bing 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bonette 

Mrs. G. A. Budet 

Ms. Peggy Cooper Cafritz 

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Carney 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chancellor 

Mr. Maude Chapman 

Mr. Charles D. Dickey 

Ms. Katharine Proctor Douglass 

Mr. Loyd E. Ellis 

Mr. Dave T. Faulkner 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Fisher 

Mr. Bruce Geismar 

Mr. Les Goldberg 

Mrs. Martha Watson Griffin 

Mrs. William H. Hazlett 

Mr. Charles A. Horsky 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Hughes 

Mr. Roy "Bud" C. Johns 

Mr. Donald M. Kendall 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ketr 

Mr. Lawrence Kirstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kresan 

Mr. and Mrs. Petet Kriendler 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lazarus 

Dr. Robert C. Lowety 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacCrate 

Mr. R. K. Merrill 

Mr. Billy Mills 

Nevada Bell 

Mr. and Mrs. George Nicolau 

Mr. Robert Redford 

Ms. Ann Reinking 

Mrs. Nancy Clark Reynolds 



MS 



Rhycof Design Associates 

Mr. David Sairy 

Sealaska Corporation 

Mr. Sargent Shriver 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Steelman 

Ms. Connie Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stowell 

Ms. Cree Summer 

Miss Helen R. Swan 

Ms. Deborah Szekely 

Ms. Ruth Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Vartanian 

Mr. Richard Weiner 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Richard West, Jr. 

Dr. Rosita Worl 

Ms. Gay Wray 

$250 or more 

Mr. William Alexander 

Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson 

Bazaar del Mundo 

Berliner Specialty Disttibutors 

Mr. Charles Blackwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Van Blarcom 

Mr. Lawrence D. Brown 

Mrs. Roxanne Bruns 

Ms. Wendy A. Cannold 



Carlisle Silver Co., Inc. 

Ms. Mary Curran 

Mr. Meredith Derr 

Mr. and Mrs. David Dibner 

Mr. John E. Echohawk 

Mr. Coy Eklund 

Ms. Paula Faust 

Ms. Arlene Feddes 

Gallery 10, Inc. 

Gertrude Zachary, Inc. 

Gover, Stetson, and Williams 

Ms. Li Donna Harris 

The Indian Post 

Mr. Warren S. Josephy 

Keshi, The Zuni Connection 

Ms. Elizabeth J. Kuen 

Mr. Frank E. Loy 

Morning Star Gallery, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mullen 

Mr. Curt Muser 

Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar A. Nielsen 

Prairie Edge 

Mr. James Rogers 

Ms. Liz Shearer 

Mr. Michael Shoemaker 

Ms. Carol Stoker 

Mr. John Walczak 

Mr. Caspar W Weinberger, Jr. 



Donors of In-Kind Support 

1st American Bank, N. A.. 2,600 square 
feet of office space in Arlington, Vir- 
ginia for the National Museum of the 
Ametican Indian National Campaign 
Office. 



Finance and 
Administration 

Assistant Secretary for 
Finance and 
Administration 

Donors of In- Kind Support 

IBM Corporation. Hardware and software 
for producing hypertext multimedia 
monographs fix documenting research 
in biodiversity (BioCIS project). 



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Appendix 8 

Contributing Members of the 
Smithsonian Institution in 
Fiscal Year ippi 



The Contributing Members of the Smithsonian 
National Associates support the Institution through 
generous annual donations and special gifts. Their par- 
ticipation enables the Smithsonian to pursue specific 
projects and broader research, acquisition, preservation, 
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knowledges the loyal and thoughtful assistance of the 
Contributing Members, including the Sustaining Mem- 
bers ($600 annual contribution) and Sponsoring Mem- 
bers ($300 contribution), listed below. 



Sustaining Members 

Mr. and Mrs. Byrle M. 

Abbin 
Honorable and Mrs. David 

C. Acheson 
Mr. Davey L. Adams, 

Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. 

Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. 

Adomat 
Mrs. Carolyn Agger- 

Fortas 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

E. Akins 
Mr. Yale H. Alexander 
Mr. Morris Alhadeff 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. 

Allbert 
Mr. Burton O. Allen 



Ms. Marcia Y. Almassy 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. 

Antes 
Mr. Alfred C. Antoniewicz 
Honorable Anne L. 

Armstrong 
Mrs. John Paul Austin 
Ms. Margaret F. Babbitt 
Mrs. Henry W. Baird 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 

Balfour 
Miss Mary J. Barbee 
Mr. Jem L. Barker 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. 

Barr 
Caprain Celia Barteau 
Dr. David R. Bayless 
Ms. Jeanne V. Beekhuis 
Mr. Charles Beer 
Ms. Marguerite Bender 
Mr. James H. Berkson 



Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Bermant 
Mr. John A. Bernard 
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour 

Bernett 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. 

Berney 
Richard D. Bernstein 
Mr. Eugene J. Bevers 
Mr. Anthony P. Biemans 
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 
Mrs. Curtis C. Bogart 
Honorable and Mrs. Edward 

P. Boland 
Mrs. Nona G. Boiling 
Ms. J. A. Boorman 
Mr. Clifton W. Boots 
Dr. Cary W. Booz 
Mrs. T. Botsford 
Ms. Margaret L. Bourgerie 
Dr. and Mrs. William G. 

Bowen 
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell T. 

Bowie 
Mrs. Leland E. Bowman 
Mrs. Constance T. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Brad en 
Jo Anne Brasel 
Mr. William W Bray 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Breckenridge 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Breyer, 

Jr- 
Mr. and Mrs. Clemens B. 

Bribitzer 
Mrs. Arlene A. Brown 
Ms. Elizabeth C. Brown 
Ms. Patricia L. Brown 
Mr. Steven Brummel 
Mrs. Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. 
Mr. Sheldon W Buck 
Mrs. Cora S. Buell 
Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsend 

Burden, III 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. 

Burgee 
Honorable Warren E. Burger 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 

Burkhardt 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bush 
Mr. Toxey H. Califf 
Mr. John E. Cannaday 
Miss Helen R. Cannon 
Mr. Albert I. Cardiff 
Mr. Robert L. Carrel 
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson 

Carter 
Mrs. James B. Carrwright 
Ms. Renata Cathou 
Honorable Elford A. 

Cederberg 
Mr. John E. Chapoton, Esq. 
Mr. Harry R. Charles. Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. 

Charles 
Mrs. Harold W Cheel 
Mrs. Allen D. Christensen 
Mr. and Mrs. Page B. Clagert 
Mrs. Charles S. Clark 
Mr. Edward J. Clarke 
Captain and Mrs. William E. 

Clayton, Jr. 
Mr. Fred Clements 
Mr. James X Clyde 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. 

Coleman, Jr. 
Miss Vivian G. Gonklin 
Mr. David E. Conston 
Mr. Thomas Cook 
Mr. Mark E. Cooper 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. 

Cornelius 
Mrs. Louis Corson 
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W Cox 
Mr. and Mrs. Earle M. Craig, 

Jr- 
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Creede 
Lt. Cmdr. Wilmer H. 

Cressman 
Frances J. Cronin 
Colonel and Mrs. R.J. 

Culhane 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cullen 
Dr. Robert D. Cunningham 
Mr. J. G. Cutler 
Mrs. Richard M. Cutts 
Captain and Mrs. R. L. 

Daniels 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Dashiell 
Mr. L. Randall Daspit 
Mr. Madhavarao S. Dasu 



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Dr. T. G. Daughtridge 
Mrs. Jerry R. Davis 
Mr. John E. Davis 
Dr. T. S. Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. 

Dayton 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. 

Dean 
Mr. Mel L. Decker 
Mr. James L. Deegan 
Ms. Martha J. Deem 
Mr. E. A. Defalco 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. 

Dellheim 
Mrs. Deborah J. Denefrio 
Mr. Geert M. Deprest 
Mrs. Mary J. Deutschbein 
Mr. and Mrs. James Dietz 
Mr. Douglas Dillon 
S. J. Dimeglio 
Ms. Marna Disbrow 
Mrs. Charles G. Dodge 
Dr. William H. L. Dornette 
Mr. Joseph F. Douglas 
Mr. Karl Douma 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Drage 
Ms. Imogene S. Driscoll 
Dr. Lucia J. Dunham 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stewart 

Dunn, Jr. 
Mrs. J. T. Eaton 
Mr. Jon Edelman 
Mr. Robert Edelmann 
Mr. Peter D. Ehrenhaft 
Mr. and Mrs. Bart M. Eisner 
Mr. and Mrs. V.L Elliott 
Mr. and Mrs. George T. 

Elmore 
Dr. and Mrs. John Esswein 
Mr. and Mrs. James G. 

Evans, Jr. 
Commander and Mrs. 

Thomas E. Fahy 
Mr. and Mrs. Ross N. Faires 
Rev. Msgr. M. F. Farina 
Mrs. Roland C. Fegan 
Mrs. Ernest R. Feidler 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Feinberg 
Colonel J. J. Felmley 
Dr. Gary R. Fender 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson 
Mr. Nicholas M. Ferriter 
Mrs. Emily H. Fine 
Mr. Ordell Fipps 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. 

Fisher, HI 
Mrs. Mary M. Fisher 
Mr. Gordon J. Flesch 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Ford 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foster 
Mr. Benjamin Frank 
Mrs. Charlton Fried berg 
Mr. Cary J. Frieze 
Honorable J. William 

Ful bright 
Mr. Marion H. Furr 
Captain and Mrs. J. E. 

Galloway 
Honorable E. J. Garn 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. 

Geisinger 
Miss Helen W. Giacobine 
Mr. Wallace E. Giles 
Mrs. J. A.Gill 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ginsberg 
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard M. 

Glassman 
Dr. Louis Gluck 
Honorable Robert F. Goheen 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. 

Goldberg 
Colonel and Mrs. Julius 

Goldstein 
Honorable and Mrs. Barry 

Goldwater 
Mrs. Seabury S. Gould, rv 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green 
Dr. and Mrs. Crawford 

Greenewalt 
Dr. and Mrs. Henry D. 

Green 
Mr. Regis A. Greenwood 
Mrs. Joseph B. Gregg 
Miss Mary K. Gully 
Mrs. Florence L. Gussman 
Mr. Theodore J. Hadraba, Jr. 
Mr. Allen R. Halper 
Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley W. 

Hamilton 
Ms. Morella R. Hansen 
Mr. Kurtz M. Hanson 
Mr. Edwin F. Harper 
Dr. John M. Harris, III 
Mr. Irving B. Harris 
Ms. Leslie S. Harrold 
Honorable and Mrs. Parker 

T.Hart 
Dr. Caryl P. Haskins 
Mr. David H. Hausmann 



Mrs. Charles W Hayes 
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 
Mr. and Mrs. Felder F. 

Heflin 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Herbster 
Ms. Catherine W Herman 
Mr. and Mrs. John Dean 

Herman 
Dr. William Herring 
Professor I. Michael Heyman 
Ms. Gloria Hidalgo 
Honorable A. Leon 

Higginbotham, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Hill 
Mr. Charles W. Hinkle 
Mr. Joseph U. Hinshaw 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Hinton 
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 

Hirschman 
Mr. James M. Hobbins 
Mr. William P. Holcombe 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Hollander 
Mr. John W Hollo way 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Holsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. 

Horrow 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Hudgins, IV 
Mrs. W. C. Huffman 
Mrs. Carlisle H. Humelsine 
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Hunter 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Hunter 
Mr. Stephen D. Ishmael 
Mr. James E. Ivey 
Dr. Jay A. Jackson 
Dr. John R. Jacoway 
Mr. Reinhardt H. Jahn 
Mr. G. R. Janosko 
Mr. Axeljelstrup 
Mr. and Mrs. David D. 

Johnson 
Mrs. Patricia C. Johnson 
Mr. Ray A. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. 

Judson 
Ms. C. Parrish Kangiester 



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. 

Kerle 
Mrs. Juliet F. Kidney 
Mr. Stephen King 
Mr. William W. King 
Dr. Kirby Kirksey 
Mr. John W. Kirsch 
Dr. Benjamin F. Kitchen, Jr 
Mr. Karl D. Klauck 
Ms. Olga H. Knoepke 
Mr. John W Knowles 
Mrs. Margaret R. Knudsen 
Dr. and Mrs. Ross Koty 
Ms. Janet Anastacia 

Krombar 
Mr. John E. Kuenzl 
Miss Suzanne Kuser 
Miss Martha Ladd 
Mr. William R. Lamb 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. 

Lammerding 
Mr. James H. Landers, Jr. 
Mr. John F. Larison 
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Laws 
Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Layton 
Mrs. Hugh F. Leahy 
Mr. and Mrs. Sperry Lea 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore 

Leonard 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lew 
Mrs. Eunice K. Lipkowitz 
Mr. James A. Lipsett 
Mr. Robert J. Lockridge 
Mr. C. Henry Lock wood, II 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. 

Loeffler 
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Love 
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Lowe 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Lund 
Mr. and Mrs. La Rue R. 

Lutkins 
Miss Louise Lutz 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. 

Lynch 
Dr. George B. Mackaness 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. 

Mackenzie 
Mr. Ralph K. Madway 
Ms. Helen J. Malmstead 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandil 
Mrs. Robert Mannherz 
Ms. Fay W. Marie 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. 

Marshall, Jr. 
Mr. R. N. Marshall 



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Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. 

Martin 
Mr. Arthur Marush 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. 

Marx, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest T. 

Mashiyama 
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Z. 

Maudlin 
Lt. Col. Glenn W. Mayer 
Mr. George D. Maynard, Jr. 
Mrs. W. V. Mc Clain 
Mr. W. W. McCalla 
Mr. Donald E. McCallister 
Mr. E. J. McCormack, Jr. 
Honorable Joseph M. 

McDade 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. 

McDaniel, Jr. 
Mrs. Martha McLaughlin 
Mr. Paul B. McMahon.Jr. 
Mr. James A. McNeese 
Mr. and Mrs. M. McNulty 
Mrs. Ruth R. McRae 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Melville 
Mr. Louis W Menk 
Mrs. Rose Menz 
Mrs. Ida C Merriam 
Mr. Paul D. Meyer 
Ms. Mildred Middlekauff 
Mr. David Mikolai 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon K. 

Milestone 
Colonel and Mrs. James E. 

Miller 
Mr. R. Eric Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. 

Miller 
Honorable Norman Y. 

Mineta 
Honorable William E. 

Mi ns hall 
Ms. Laura A. Mitchell 
Ms. M. Miyamoto 
Mr. J. B. Montgomery 
Ms. Claude Moore 
Mrs. E. P. Moore 
Mrs. Ann K. Morales 
Dr. Edwin E. Morey 
Honorable Robert B. 

Morgan 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Morison 



Honorable and Mrs. Frank 

E. Moss 
Dr. P. Steven Mote 
Senator Daniel P. Moynihan 
Mr. and Mrs. James 

Mulsh ine 
Dr. and Mrs. John C. 

Munson 
Mrs. Janet H. Murray 
Mr. Raymond A. Naimoli 
Dr. Homer A. Neal 
Mr. Robert L. Neff 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. 

Nelson 
Honorable Sharon T. Nelson 
Mr. John H. Newell 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. 

Newman 
Dr. Morris Newman 
Mr. Scort Newton 
Mr. Robert W. Ney 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Niles 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Nitto 
Mr. W. R. Norfolk 
Mr. C. Norman 
Mr. John W. Norris.Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. 

Nowak 
Mrs. John O'Master 
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram L. 

O'Neill 
Mr. and Mrs. James 

O'Rourke 
Mr. Robert K. Oaks 
Mrs. Alfred J. Olmo 
Mr. Ted B. Olson 
Mr. L. Allen Osborne 
Mrs. James C. Otis 
Mrs. Leah H. Owen 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. 

Palmer 
Mr. James W. Parks 
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Parry 
Dr. J. D. Patterson 
Honorable Clairborne Pell 
Mrs. Thomas Perkins 
Miss Jacqueline Perry 
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson 
Ms. Rebecca L. Pfeiffer 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T 

Pfeiffer 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Picken 
Dr. Marjorie P. Pollack 
Mr. Ralph Porter 



Mr. H. Posnerjr. 

Mr. Gregpry B. Primm 

Honorable and Mrs. J. 

Danforth Quayle 
Mr. John A. Radway.Jr. 
Ms. Audrey P. Raisbeck 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. 

Reagan 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. 

Reagan 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Reese 
Honorable William H. 

Rehnquist 
Mrs. Terry N. Reynolds 
Mr. Roy C. Rhinehart, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. 

Richards 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Richards 
Mr. William W. Richardson 
Ms. Ashley Ridgway 
Dr. J. Jerome Rinaldi 
Mr. and Mrs. John O. 

Rittenhouse 
Miss Jean Roberts 
Ms. Mary M. Roberts 
Mr. and Mrs. George A. 

Robeson, Jr. 
Mr. L. A. Roepcke 
Ms. Mimi Rolland 
Mrs. J. S.Rose 
Mrs. Nathan Rosenfeld 
Ms. Marya Rowan 
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rowe 
Mrs. William E. Royer 
Ms. Marcia Rubenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. 

Rubin 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Russo 
Mrs. Bennett Y. Ryan, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sagalyn 
Mrs. J. J. Salter 
Mr. A. Herbert Sandwen 
Honorable James R. Sasser 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomdike 

Saville, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sayre 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

H. Scheuer 
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Schmelzer 
Dr. and Mrs. Hans H. 

Schneider 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Schneider 



Mrs. Charles M. Scott 

Mr. James J. Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene F. Seevers 

Mr. William M. Senkus 

Mr. Scott Shadle 

Ellen Shapiro 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Shatz 

Mr. Philip V. Sheehan 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheffield 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. 

Shelton 
Mr. F. J. Sherwood 
Ms. Lynne Sherwood 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. 

Shively 
Mrs. Ross K. Shoolroy 
Mr. George B. Short 
Mrs. Laura Devine Shown 
Ms. M. L Sibley 
Mrs. Manley H. Simons 
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond A. 

Skeehan 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Skerker 
Dr. Harvey C. Slocum, Jr. 
Mr. Charles E. Smirh 
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith 
Mr. W. Y. Smith 
Mr. Parrick Snead 
Miss Ginny Sniegon 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Sperling 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sponseller 
Mrs. V. Spratley 
Mrs. Roger Squire 
Mr. Ellwood C. Stang 
Mr. R. N. Stefan 
Mr. and Mrs. William O. 

Stewart 
Dr. L. Dow Strader, Jr. 
Mr. Jeffrey Srurgess 
Mr. Harris M. Sullivan 
Mr. Louis W. Swann, Jr. 
Ms. Mary Swanson 
Mrs. Phelps H. Swift 
Mr. W. Warren Taltavull 
Mr. R. Tevelde 
Mr. Norman R. Thai, Jr. 
Mr. Allen D. Thomas 
Mr. Bruce R. Thompson 
Mr. H. D. Thompson 
Mrs. Margot K. Thomson 
Mrs. B. W Thoron 
Mr. Stephen Tilton 
Mr. Ernesr M. Travis 
Mr. George S. Trees, Jr. 



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Mr. R. F. Trefielo 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. 

Tucker 
Dr. Paul L. Urban 
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 

Vallandingham 
Mr. August Vandessel 
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Vansant, 

Jr. 
Mr. Raoul M. Verhagen 
General John W. Vessey, Jr. 
Dr. Woodward Waesche 
Mr. Theodore H. N. Wales 
Mr. F. B. Warder 
Dr. Joe W.Ward 
Mrs. Saul Warshaw 
Mr. P. Devers Weaver 
Mrs. Sylvia B. Weaver 
Mr. V. Phillips Weaver 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

E.Webb 
Mrs. Arvid G. Wedin 
Mrs. William S. Weedon 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. 

Weersing 
Mr. and Mrs. Emil P. 

Weilbacher, Jr. 
Mr. J. R.Weiss 
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin H. 

Wensink 
Mrs. William Nelson West 
Colonel and Mrs. Grover C. 

White, Jr. 
Dr. John P. Whiteley 
Ms. Rita L. White 
Mrs. B. A. Whitmarsh 
Honorable Jamie L. Whitten 
Ms. Mary Ellen Wiggs 
Mr. L. H. Wilcox 
Mr. James E. Wiley 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 

Williams 
Mrs. John M. Willits 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Willson 
Mr. and Mrs. Morton H. 

Wilner 
Ms. Janice L. Wilson 
Mrs. Harriet L. Wilt 
Mr. and Mrs. David 

Wintermann 
Mr. and Mrs. Payson Wolff 
Honorable R. James 

Woolsey 



Mr. James O. Wright 
Mr. Walter R. Wright 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Wurz 
Ms. Margaret J. Wyllie 
Mrs. Elizabeth Yaggy 
Mr. Louis A. Yates 
Honorable Sidney R. Yates 
Miss Jane B. Young 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 
Zitter 



Sponsoring Members 

Mr. Steven T Abell 
Ms. Susan Absher 
Mrs. R. E. Adams, Jr. 
Colonel and Mrs. James D. 

Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence J. 

Adams 
Mr. Max Adkison 
Mr. and Mrs. John Akins 
Ms. Doris D. Albert 
Mrs. Leslie Albert 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T 

Alexander, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. 

Alexander 
Mrs. Lynne L. Alfieri 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L Allen 
Mrs. K. C. Allen 
Ms. Louise B. Allen 
Mr. Robert H. Allen 
Mr. Steven J. Allen 
Mrs. T. Roosevelt Allen 
Mrs. Carolyn Alper 
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert E. 

Althaver 
Mr. Bert Amador 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. 

Ames 
Mr. George J. Ames 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Amico 
Mr. and Mrs. David B. 

Amiot 
Mr. Clifford H. Anderson 
Mr. J. Donald Anderson 
Mr. K. F. Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. 

Anderson 
Mr. Thomas P. Andress, Jr. 
Miss Wilma M. Angelbeck 
Miss E. Pauline Annis 
Ms. Rose C. Anthony 



Dr. and Mrs. John T. 

Antolik 
Mr. E.J. Archbold 
Mr. Paul A. Archer 
Miss Marie G. Argana 
Mr. R. Arkin 
Mr. Joseph P. Armstrong 
Mr. William D. Armstrong 
Ms. Helen J. Arthur-Dunn 
Mr. Pat Ashburn 
Mr. J. Ashman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. 

Asleson 
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Atherton 
Mr. Philip E. Atkinson 
Mrs. Francis Austin 
Ms. Katherine G. Austin 
Ms. Imogen E. Averett 
Mr. and Mrs. William I. 

Bacchus 
Mr. Gordon N. Backlund 
Dr. W. E. Badenhausen, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. 

Baerncopf 
Mr. D. M. Baigelman 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L Bain 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Baker 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Baker 
Mrs. Virginia B. Baker 
Ms. Velma N. Baldwin 
Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. 

Ballinger 
Mr. Keith J. Ball 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Ball 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. 

Ballowe 
Mr. Doyle Ballreich 
Captain and Mrs. Stuart M. 

Ball 
Mrs. Ethel M. Barach 
Mr. Walter Baranowski 
Mr. Jack R. Barensfeld 
Mr. Dwight H. Barnes 
Mr. Julian L Barnett 
Mr. and Mrs. George L. 

Barquist 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Barrett 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Barrow 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. 

Barrow 
Dr. and Mrs. Terrence J. 

Barry 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles I. 

Bartfeld 



Mr. and Mrs. Art Bartlett 

Mr. Matthew Barton 

Mr. Gary L. Basham 

Mr. and Mrs. Dotsey Baskin 

Mr. A. Jossey Bass 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Batie 

Ms. Lois Battersby 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. 

Baum 
Mr. Milton Baxt 
Mr. Robert D. Baynes 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 

Bazza 
Ms. Barbara Purse Beach 
Mrs. Lloyd P. Beachy 
Mr. William H. Beardsley 
Mr. R. Gifford Beaton 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Beaulieu 
Mr. Lawrence Becker 
Mr. Eugene H. Beck 
Honorable and Mrs. Berkley 

Bedell 
Mr. Lawrence P. Belden 
Mr. Mickey Bell 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bender 
Mrs. Linda B. Bender 
Ms. Linda J. Benedict 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. 

Benham 
Dr. and Mrs. David C. 

Benjamin 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. 

Benjamin 
Mr. Gregory Benkovic 
Ambassador and Mrs. W 

Tapley Bennett, Jr. 
Mrs. Iona Benson 
Mr. Kenneth Berger 
Ms. Marie Bergmann 
Mr. and Mrs. and Jeffrey 

Berlin 
Dr. and Mrs. S.J. Berlin 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 

Berman 
Dr. Harold Berman 
Mr. Samuel W. Bernheimer 
Mr. P. Bernik 
Dr. William R. Bertelsen 
Mrs. Walter B. Bibby 
Mr. Joseph B. Bidwell 
Mr. Michael D. Bielucki 
Mr. Bruce Biggs 
Mr. Howard M. Bingham 



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Mr. and Mrs. William S. 

Birdseye 
Mr. John H. Black 
Mrs. V. Blaine 
Honorable and Mrs. Warren 

E. Blair 
Ms. Frances G. Blank 
Mr. James Blaser 
Mr. A. D. Blatnikoff 
Mr. Peter A. Bleyler 
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel 

Boasberg, III 
Ms. Enola V. Bode 
Mr. David Bodycombe 
Ms. Eve S. Bogle 
Dr. George P. Bogumill 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. 

Bohl 
Mrs. John H. Bond 
Mr. and Mrs. John Boppart 
Dr. Fredricka Borland 
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borowsky 
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett 

Boskey 
Mr. Arthur D. Bosworth 
Ms. Barbara C. Bottarini 
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell 

Boverman 
Ms. Delphine B. Bowers 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Boyd, 

II 
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Boyer 
Dr. Norman Boyer 
Ms. Maria Brabb 
Ms. Eugenie R. Bradford 
Mr. William G. Bradford 
Mrs. Anna E. Bradley 
Mrs. Janice Braly 
Mr. James Brannan 
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin 

Brantley 
Mrs. Rose J. Bratton 
Mr. Willam E. Braunig 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Braun 
Mrs. S. Brazil 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 

Brechler 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Breit 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy 

Bremerman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. 

Bresnahan 
Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. 

Brewer 



Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. 

Brewer 
Mr. Robert L. Bridges 
Mr. Linford L. Bright 
Ms. Linda S. Brisk 
Mr. Alfred Brittain, III 
Mr. and Mts. Allan C. 

Brittle 
Mr. Richard Brockman 
Mr. James E. Brodhacket 
Agnes Brodie 
Mr. John J. Brogan 
Mr. Randall Brooks 
Mr. Dennis M. Broon 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Btoss 
Mr. Albert Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Brown 
Ms. Edith Brown 
Mr. Frank D. Brown, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Glen F. Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. 

Brown, II 
Mr. L. Brown 
Mr. Lawrence D. Brown 
Mrs. Thomas M. Brown 
Ms. Deborah C. Brudno 
Mr. Karl J. Brunner 
Mrs. Laurence Brunswick 
Mr. Dick Brush 
Mr. Philip D. Brust 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Bryan 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Btyndza 
Honorable and Mrs. Philip 

Buchen 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic 

Buchner 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul 

Buckingham 
Mr. James Buck 
Ms. Helen A. Buckley 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. 

Buckley 
Mrs. F. W Bueche 
Lt. Cmdr. C. L. Buechler 
Mr. Steven A. Buehler 
Mr. Robert F. Bulens 
Mr. Peter M. Bungay 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Burdeshaw 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. 

Burkart 
Dr. Billy Burk 
Mr. Carl A. Burkhart 
Mr. V. Burkman 



Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. 

Burks 
Mrs. Poe Burling 
Mrs. Diantha R. Burnett 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Burney 
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Burnham 
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Burnham 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. 

Burr 
Mrs. Laura W. Burr 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Burr 
Miss Edna-Lea Burruss 
Mrs. Charles E. Burt 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. 

Burton 
Mr. T. G. Burzawa 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 

Bush 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bush 
Dr. Marjorie L Bush 
Dr. and Mrs. and Allan C. 

Bushnell 
Mrs. H. M. Busick 
Mr. R.L. Butler, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. James H. 

Butler 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. 

Buxton 
Mr. Darcie Bytn 
Mr. W. Byrnes 
S. A. Cacciatore 
Mr. Dennis G. Cadena 
Dr. and Mrs. Gary W. Cage 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cahill 
Mr. and Mrs. William M. 

Cahn, Jr. 
Mr. John R. Cain 
Mr. Alden F. Caldwell 
Mrs. F. G. Cameron 
Mr. Kenneth S. Cameron 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. 

Can field 
Mr. Philip L. Cantelon 
Mr. C. G. Carey 
Mrs. Phyllis H. Carey 
Mr. D. Carl 
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. 

Carnright 
Dr. John M. Carper 
Ms. Christine K. Carrico 
Mrs. Martha A. Cart 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Carroll 
Mr. Walter D. Cart 



Mr. and Mrs. Waller Carson, 

Jr- 
Ms. Mary Carson 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Carten 
Colonel and Mrs. Douglas 

H. Carter 
Mr. and Mrs. W Michael 

Cartet 
Mr. Victor Cascella 
Captain Edmund L. Castillo 
Mrs. James A. Cathcart 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. 

Caudill 
Mr. B. R. Cayward 
Mr. M. Cerqueira 
Ms. Colleen M. Chalker 
Dr. M. H. Chamberlain 
Dr. Ward A. Chamers 
Mr. and Mrs. William Chan 
Colonel G. E. Chapin, Jr. 
Mrs. William A. Chapman 
Dr. Samuel Charache 
Honorable and Mrs. Steven 

M. Charno 
Ms. Cynthia M. Chase 
Mr. Donald Chase 
Mr. Michael P. Checca 
Mr. and Mrs. Boris E. 

Cherney 
Mr. Harry Chernoff 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. 

Cherry 
Mrs. Bernard P. Chewning 
Ms. Allene R. Chiesman 
Mr. John Chi Ids 
Mr. Brian Chilton 
Miss Jean M. Chisholm 
Dr. and Mrs. Purnell W. 

Choppin 
Mrs. Betty Sams Christian 
Mr. Lawrence Chubet 
Mr. Roy T. Church 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. 

Clark 
Mrs. Robert L. Clarke 
Mr. George Clark 
Mr. H. Lawrence Clark 
Mr. Richard G. Clark 
Mrs. Sylvia M. Clark 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. 

Clark 
Mrs. Robert L. Clausen 
Mr. James A. Clements 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clement 



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Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. 

Cleveland 
Mr. William F. Clinger, Jr. 
Mr. Richard F. Clowes 
Mrs. Stephanie K. Coakley 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. 

Coates 
Mr. William H. Cochrane 
Ms. Janet A. Coen 
Mr. Sidney S. Coggan 
Ms. Leslie A. L. Coggins 
Ms. Linda L. Cogswell 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. 

Cohan 
Mrs. Helen H. Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen 
Mr. James Coke 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 

Colaianni 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. 

Colb 
Mr. and Mrs. W H. 

Coldiron 
Mr. Clarence L. Coleman, Jr. 
Mrs. James M. Collins 
Mr. Hugh F. Colvin 
Mr. William L. Coman 
Miss Bertita E. Compton 
Mr. and Mrs. Barber Conable 
Mrs. Robert W. Conant 
Mrs. Herman Cone, Jr. 
Mrs. Ethel Conlisk 
Mr. Steven S. Conner 
Dr. and Mrs. Philip 

Connolly 
Mr. Charles C. Convers 
Mrs. Camille L. Cook 
Ms. Lori Cooke-Marra 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold 

Cookson 
Mr. Vernon P. Cooley 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Cooney, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Warren 

Cooper, III 
Ms. Janet B. Cooper 
Mr. John McGill Cooper 
Mr. John N. Cooper 
Mr. Dallas M. Coors 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W 

Coppock 
Mr. J. N. Corey, Jr. 
Mr. Henry G. Corey 
Dr. W G. Corey 
Ms. Judith Corley 



Mr. and Mrs. George L. 

Cornell 
Mr. M. C. Cornell 
Dr. Danilo M. Coronel 
Dr. and Mrs. Walter H. 

Corson 
Mr. Dennis J. Cotter 
Mr. A. Cotts 
Miss Jo Ann Cowan 
Dr. Norman J. Cowen 
Miss Mary L. Cox 
Mr. and Mrs. David M. 

Crabtree 
Dr. Robert B. Craven 
Mr. W Crawford, Jr. 
CM. Crawford 
Mrs. James Crittenden 
Mr. John H. Crittenden 
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner 

Crosby, Jr. 
Ms. Kathryn M. Crossgrove 
Mrs. Margaret J. Crossgrove 
Mrs. Richard S. Cross 
Ms. Harriet Barker Crowe 
Mr. John C. Crowe 
Miss Marion L. Cubberley 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 

William Cuddy 
Mr. Gilbert W. Cullen 
Mrs. Susan L. Cullman 
Mr. Robert L. Cummings 
Mr. Charles A. Cunningham 
Mr. Charles S. Curran 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. 

Curt 
Mr. John Joseph Curtin 
Mrs. Charles B. Cushwa, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Cutler 
Mr. Tom Daggy 
Miss Margaret M. Dahm 
Mr. Kevin B. Dalton 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 

Dalton 
Mr. John H. Daniels 
Ms. Ethel E. Danzansky 
Mr. B.J. Daroga 
Mrs. Leonore Daschbach 
Mr. Robert Davidson 
Mr. David Davies 
Mrs. A. Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. 

Davis 
Colonel H. R. Davis 
Ms. Jane Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper C. Davis 



Mr. John F. Davis 
Mrs. Ralph Davis 
Mr. Robert Davis 
General and Mrs. Kenneth F. 

Dawalt 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Day 
Mr. Craig M. Dean 
Mr. Robert Dean 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

Dean 
Mr. D. C. Deberry 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. 

Decker 
Mrs. Thomas Dedomenico 
Mr. Will A. Deisroth 
Mr. Marvin Dekelboum 
Mrs. G. F. Dekeyser 
Mr. Vicente F. Del Castillo 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Delahay 
Captain Victor Delano 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. 

Dellinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. 

Deming 
Mr. Henry O. Denman 
Ms. Danna Denning 
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Hilliard 

Dennis 
Mr. John Robert Denny 
Colonel and Mrs. Joseph F. 

Derienzo 
Mr. Thomas J. Desipin 
Mrs. Patricia B. Detor 
Mr. Robert Jay Deutsch 
Mr. Frank Devino 
Mr. G. W. Devoe 
Mr. Larry Devries 
Mrs. D. J. Dewart 
Mrs. T T. Dewolf 
Mr. Burton Dezendorf 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. 

Dickens, Jr. 
Mr. P. I. Dickey 
Mrs. Robert L. Dick 
Mr. J. E. Diegelman 
Mr. Fred J. Diemer 
Ms. Margretta Diemer 
Mr. Bruce C. Dillon 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dimuro 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon 
Mr. William Dixon 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Doak 
Mr. Keith A. Dobbins 
Mr. G. S. Dodge 
Mrs. Walter W Doescher 



John H. Doles, III 

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dolstra 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Donaghy 
Mr. Henry T. Donahoe 
Mr. Francis W Donahue 
Mrs. Lloyd Donant 
Mr. Christopher J. Doozan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doragh 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. 

Dotsch 
Mrs. Joyce N. Dortch 
Ms. Barbara M. Doty 
Mr. Wallace C. Doud 
Ms. M. H. Downing 
Mr. Richard G. Doyen 
Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle 
Dr. Susan S. Doyle 
Mr. and Mrs. David C. 

Dressier 
Mrs. Philip Drinker 
Colonel D. M. Drummond 
Mr. and Mrs. Irenee Du 

Pont, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Duff 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. 

Duke 
Ms. Joanne E. Dumene 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. 

Duncan 
Mr. and Mrs. William T 

Duncan 
Mr. Bill Dunn 
Mr. J. F. Dunwiddie 
Mr. Wayne Durbin 
Mr. and Mrs. Donn G. 

Dutcher 
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. 

Duthweiler 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and 

Linda Dwyer 
Dr. and Mrs. Vernon J. 

Dwyer 
Ms. Ann L. Dyke 
Dr. and Mrs. William M. 

Eagles 
Mr. Terry J. Easton 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eaton, 

III 
Mr. William W. Edgerton 
Mr. J. R. Edinger 
Ms. Mary Jane Edwards 
Mrs. Robert G. Edwards 
Ms. Shirley Egashira 
Mr. Paul Ehrenfest 



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Mrs. Alvin Q. Ehrlich 

Mr. Joel Eisenberg 

Mrs. HarriecJ. Eiwen 

Mr. David A. Elko 

Mr. Joseph H. Ellinwood 

Mrs. F. A. Elliot 

Mrs. Card G. Elliott, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Ellis 

Ms. S. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael V. 

Els berry 
Mr. John P. Elterich 
Dr. and Mrs. William L. R. 

Emmet, II 
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford 

Endicott 
Mr. Bernard Engel 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

England 
Mr. R. G. Engman 
Dr. Michael J. Epstein 
Mrs. Jane M. Epstine 
Mr. Michael Erlanger 
Mr. Richard Ertenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Escalle 
Mrs. Harold Eskew 
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Estridge 
Mr. Louis Euster 
Mr. J. C. Evans, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Evans 
Mr. Douglas Evans, Jr. 
Miss Shirley M. Evans 
Mr. W. M. Evans 
Mr. R. Fabia 
Ms. Rose Ann Farace 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. 

Farley 
Farmers State Bank 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman 

Farquhar 
Mr. Kit Farwell 
Mr. Robert N. Faust 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. 

Feirman 
Mr. Earle Fender 
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. 

Fenton 
Dt. Edward C. Ferguson, III 
Mr. Albert B. Ferguson 
Mrs. Rugeley Ferguson 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Ferguson 
Reverend H. A. Ferrell 
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Fessenden 
Dr. Herbert W. Fingerhut 



Ms. Janet A. Fink 
Mrs. A. F. Fischer, Jr. 
Robert B. Fisher 
Dr. Ruth C. Flanagan 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fleit 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Fletchet 
Mr. Ted Flora 
Mr. Howard M. Flournoy 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. 

Howers 
Ms. Olivia Page Floyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flum 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. 

Flynt.Jt. 
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Follmer 
Mr. Albert A. Folop 
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Forman 
Dr. R. P. Fornshell 
Mr. William B. Forster 
Mrs. Russell Fortune, Jt. 
Mr. C. Herbert Foutz 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fox 
Mr. S. Fox 
Mr. and Mrs. Jon David 

Francis 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. 

Frank 
Mrs. Brantley Vernon Frank 
Betty A. Frankfather 
Mr. Stephen P. Frazier 
Dr. Robert G. Freeman 
Mr. William A. Freeman 
Ms. Mary M. Free 
Mr. Scott Freer 
Mrs. Marian M. Freese 
Dt. Donald E. Frein 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. 

French 
Mr. Andrew L. Frey 
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Frey 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friddle 
Mrs. Charlton Fried berg 
Mrs. L. Louise Fried 
Mr. Kenneth I. Friedman 
Ms. Virginia Friend 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. 

Fromyer 
Mr. Frederick A. Fry 
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fugate 
Mr. Warren Fugate 
Mr. Donald H. Funs 
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fuller 
Mrs. P. Fuller 



Mr. Reginald H. Fullerton, 

>• 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. 

Fur man 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gade 
Dt. and Mrs. Edward E. 

Gahres 
Mrs. D. R. Gairing 
Mr. Vernon M. Gale 
Mr. F. A. Gallagher 
Mrs. Marion G. Gailand 
Mr. Thomas J. Galligan, Jt. 
Mr. Frank L Gambosh 
Dr. and Mrs. R. Don 

Gambrell, Jr. 
Mr. Clement E. Gardiner 
Mrs. Mary G. Gardner 
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm O. 

Garfink 
Mr. H.T.Garland, Jr. 
Mrs. Joy Garney 
Mrs. John M. Gates, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

Gauthiet 
Miss Olga M. Gazda 
Mrs. Anita R. Geanakos 
Mr. B. Geismar 
Ambassador and Mrs. 

Herbert D. Gelber 
Mr. Peter L Geller 
Dr. Byron A. Genner, III 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 

Georges 
Mt. and Mts. Arthur F. 

Gerding 
Mr. Kurt H. Germann 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Gewirz 
Mr. Richard P. Geye 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ghiardi 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. Ralph 

M. Ghormley 
Mr. Fred O. Gibson, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. David M. 

Gibson 
Mt. M. Gilbetstadt 
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln J. 

Gilbert 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. 

Gilbert 
Ms. Nancy V. Giles 
Mrs. Sara E. Gillis 
Mrs. Joan L. Gindes 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. 

Ginsburg 
Mrs. D.J. Gladwin 



Mr. Errol M. Glasser 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Gleim 
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Glenn 
Mts. Charles C. Glover 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. 

Goering 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. 

Gohdes 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. 

Goldberg 
Mt. Leslie H. Goldberg 
Mt. and Mrs. Raymond R. 

Goldberg 
Mr. John Golden 
Ms. Susan S. Goldman 
Dr. S. Goodloe, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Goodman 
Mr. Stuart N. Goodman 
Mt. and Mrs. James F. 

Goodtich 
Miss Elinor Goodspeed 
Mts. David Gotdon 
Mt. and Mrs. Harvey L. 

Gordon 
Dr. Kenneth P. Gorelick 
Mr. David W. Gorham 
Mr. Joel C. Gorick 
Mr. James C. Gorman 
Dr. Richard E. Gorozdos 
Mr. Ormond J. Gouin, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Gouldsbury 
Mr. James Gove 
Mr. Richard L. Grabowski 
Colonel and Mrs. Herbert 

Graeser 
Mr. Christian V. Graf 
Miss Eunice Graham 
Mr. S. Grandits 
Dr. M. L. Ostet Granite 
Mt. Harold D. Grant, Jt. 
Mr. Gerald W Gtantham 
Ms. C. Graton 
Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Ernest 

Graves 
Mrs. H. Brice Graves 
Mrs. Mary Graves 
Mr. William F. Graves 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. 

Grayson 
Mrs. Dorothy Green 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. 

Green, II 



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Dr. M. Jean Greenlaw 
Mr. F. Roy Greenleaf, Jr. 
Miss Joanne T. Greenspun 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

Greenwold 
Mr. Vilins G. Grencions 
Mr. Gerhard R. Grieb 
Mrs. James T. Griffin 
Mrs. Ann Y. Grim 
Mr. Donald O. Grimes, Jr. 
Mr. Eugene W. Griner, Jr. 
Mrs. Steele T. Griswold 
Ms. Leslie A. Gross 
Mrs. Helen Grossman 
Mrs. Helen K. Groves 
Mr. E. D. Grubb 
Mrs. Donald Gruhn 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. 

Gum per 
Mrs. Helen W. Gunderson 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph I. 

Gurfein 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Enrique 

Guzman 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gwakney 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 

Haayen 
Mr. Charles P. Haber 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Hagemeyer 
Miss Elizabeth P. Hagen 
Mr. Conrad R. Haglund 
Mr. Larry Hagopian 
Mr. Philip J. Hahn 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G 

Hahn 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. 

Haig 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Hale 
Mr. W. W Halford.Jr. 
Mrs. Eloise Halliburton 
Dr. John H.Hall, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L. 

Hall 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 

Hal pern 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Halsted 
Mr. M. Hamada 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. 

Hamad y 
Mr. Donald W. Hamer 
Mrs. L. C. Hamilton 
Mr. Robert A. Hamilton 
Colonel and Mrs. William T 

Hamilton, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Hammond 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. 

Hamner 
Mr. J. S. Handler 
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hanley 
Ms. Dolly D. Hansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 

Hansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hansl 
Mr. and Mrs. Angus A. 

Hanson 
Mrs. Kathryn W. Hanson 
Mr. Charles C. Hansult 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. 

Hardy 
Mr. Clare K. Hare 
Mr. and Mrs. and Hardy 

Hargreaves 
Mr. John M. Harker 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. 

Harkins 
Mr. Jack R. Harlan 
Dr. Robert A. Harper 
Mrs. Lucy W Harrell 
Mr. Christie Harris 
Dr. Garry Harris 
Mr. J. Arthur Harris 
Mr. and Mrs. Graham 

Harrison 
Mr. and Mrs. William Harris 
Mr. A. A. Hartley 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. 

Hartley 
Ms. Janet W. Hartley 
Mr. P. W Hartloffijr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. 

Hartman, Jr. 
Ms. Gertrud B. Hartmann 
Mrs. Pauline Hart 
Mrs. William D. Hart 
Mr. James E. Haskins 
Mr. William H. Hastings 
Cynthia L Hathaway 
Mr. James R. Hathaway 
Miss P. Haubold 
Mr. Dennis M. Haughney 
Mrs. Robert A. Hauslohner 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel B. 

Haveson 
Miss Virginia H. Havrilka 
Dr. Jeffrey W.Hawkins 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. 

Hawley, III 
Mr. Mones E. Hawley 



Mrs. David Hayes 
Maj. Gen. H. I. Hayward 
Mr. Kenneth C. Healy 
Mr. Frank R. Heath 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. 

Hebda 
Mr. and Mrs. John W 

Hechinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. 

Hecht 
Mrs. Dale A. Hedges 
Ms. Consrance H. Hefferan 
Ms. Patricia Heil 
Mrs. Louis M. Hellman 
Mr. James W. Hellwege 
Mr. and Mrs. Helmut 

Hellwig 
Mr. Henry L. Hellyer, Jr. 
Honorable and Mrs. Richard 

Helms 
Ms. Deborah W Hemenway 
Mr. Allyn B. Henderson 
Mr. E. M. Hendrickson 
Mr. Willis M. Hengy 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Henigson 
Ms. Ellen A. Hennessy 
Miss Mildred Henninger 
Mr. Robert A. Hennings 
Mrs. W. Henrick 
Mrs. Douglas E. Henriques 
Ms. Beverlee B. Henry 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. 

Hepner 
Ms. Evelyn Herbert 
Mr. Karl F. Herd 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael 

Herman 
Ms. June Herrick 
Mr. Frank Herzel 
Mr. Arnold L. Hespe 
Mr. C. A. Hess 
Mrs. John L. Hess 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hester, 

Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. 

Hewett 
Ms. Mary Jane Heyl 
Mr. Donald R. Hibbert 
Mr. Robert D. Hickok 
Mrs. Geraldine Hicks 
Mrs. Laura E. Hicks 
Mrs. Elisabeth Higgins-Null 
Mrs. L. F. Higman 
Dr. and Mrs. Albert G. Hill 



Mr. and Mrs. Roderick M. 

Hills 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. 

Hill 
Mr. Wendell T Hill 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. Robert 

P. Hilton 
Mr. J. Michael Hinchman 
Miss Barbara N. Hines 
Mrs. J. H.Ward Hinkson 
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hirsch 
Dr. S. R. Hobgood 
Ms. Roberta Hockman 
Miss K. T. Hoffacker 
Ms. Margaret M. Hoffman 
Mr. Ronald W. Hoffman 
Mrs. Miriam S. Hogan 
Brig. Gen. E. P. Hoisington 
Mr. Duncan A. Holaday 
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond T 

Holden 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sidney 

Holderness, Jr. 
Mr. Barton S. Holl 
Captain and Mrs. F. N. 

Holley 
Mr. William M. Hollis, Jr. 
Mr. Milton C. Holloman 
Mr. J. W. Holloway 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. 

Holman 
Mrs. Robert E. Holmgren 
Ms. Evan C. Holstrom 
Mrs. Richard W. Homer 
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hornmet 
Mr. and Mrs. George F. 

Hoover 
Mr. and Mrs. George F. 

Hoover 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory 

Hopfer 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert 

Hopkins 
Mr. Wlliam L. Hopkins 
Ms. Ann Hopping 
Mr. Thomas D. Horton 
Mr. Charles Hosier 
Mrs. John D. Houghton 
Mrs. Mary H. House 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Houts 
Mr. Robert Howard 
Mrs. Phyllis Kern Howe 
Miss Nancy E. Hudson 
Mrs. HugoG. Huettig.Jr. 
Mrs. Dean Huffman 



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Mr. Robert R. Hughes 
Mr. Clarence L. Hulford 
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hulings 
Ms. Jean M. Hulme 
Mr. William R. Humphrey 
Mr. Frank Hunsicker 
Mrs. Margaret Stuart Hunter 
Dr. and Mrs. Sam E. Hunter 
Dr. and Mrs. James C. Hunt 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Huss 
Mr. Edward R. Husser 
Ms. Emma Gade Hutaff 
Ms. Barbara A. Hutchinson 
Captain and Mrs. George 

Hutchinson 
Ms. Marjorie P. Hutchinson 
Mrs. Avis C. Hyde 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

Ingersoll 
Mr. William Ireland, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ireson 
Mr. Clement I. Irons 
Mr. John E. Irons 
Mr. George Irving 
Mr. Gordon L. Jacks 
Mr. Ben Jackson 
Mr. Lynn E. Jackson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs 
Mr. Marlin L. Jacobs 
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jacobson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Jaeschke 
Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ravid 

Jaffe 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Jagoda 
Ms. Kathryn James 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. 

James 
Mr. Richard J. Jarzabek 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rukinjelks, 

Jr. 
Ms. Cynthia Jenison 
Mr. Ludwig Jesselson 
Mr. Richard A.Jewell 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas F. 

John 
Colonel Alfred H. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. 

Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. 

Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. 

Johnson 
Ms. Carolyn R. Johnson 



Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. 

Johnson 
Mr. Harald R. Johnson 
Mr. Robert R. Johnson 
Mr. Woodrow C. Johnson 
Mr. H. Lewis Jones, III 
Mr. H.Y.Jones, Jr. 
Mr. Alfred Jones 
Mr. Brian L. Jones 
Mr. Buell B. Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy W Jones 
Mr. James T. Jones 
Mr. James E. Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jones, 

Jr- 
Ms. Margaret E. Jones 
Pat Jones and Associates 
Mr. Robert T. Jones 
Mr. Thomas O. Jones 
Mt. William J. Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jordan 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 
Mrs. Jean Joyner 
Mrs. Rosemary Bonar Kabel 
Mr. and Mrs. George W 

Kahler 
Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn 
Mr. F. M. Kalenborn 
Mr. John D. H.Kane 
Mr. Steven Kaplan 
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Kaplin 
Mr. Emanuel Karadimos 
Ms. Maureen F. Karam 
Mrs. R. H. Karns 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Kaslow 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira R. Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz 
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Katz 
Mr. R. L. Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon T. 

Katz 
Mr. Mavis A. Kaufman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Kaufman 
Dr. Phyllis Kayten 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Keane 
Catherine M. Kearney 
Lt. Col. Eugene K. Keefe 
Ms. Sheila A. Keefe 
Mr. Frank S. Keene, III 
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Keener 
Mr. and Mrs. James Keith 
Dr. Lewis A. Kellert 
Mr. Karl E. Kelley 



Mrs. J. E. Kemper 
Mr. and Mrs. George P. 

Kendall, Jr. 
Mrs. R. Grice Kennelly 
Mr. and Mrs. David T. 

Kenney 
Mr. G. Dickson Kenney 
Mrs. Anna Marie Kent 
Mr. B. R. Kent 
Ms. Betty J. Kenyon 
Mr. William Keohane 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr 
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. Robert Kidd 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 

Kiefer 
Ms. Marjorie B. Kiewit 
Mrs. J. R. Kimberly 
Mrs. Jeanette Kimmel 
Mr. Edward J. King 
Dr. and Mrs. Loris O. O. 

King 
Mrs. Paul M. King 
Ms. Mary E. Kingsland 
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King 
Mr. Edward O. Kinzie 
Mr. Edward J. Kirby 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. 

Kirby 
Mr. E.J. Kirchman 
Mr. Harry L Kirkman 
Mrs. S. Kirkparick 
Mr. K. M. Kirkpatrick 
Mr. Lawrence Kirstein 
Dr. James L. Kirtley, Jr. 
Mr. Albert T. Kister 
Mr. Robert J. Kistler 
Ms. Susan L. Klaus 
Mr. Kenneth W Klein 
Mr. Michael N. Klein 
Ms. Rebecca Klemm 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. 

Kline 
Mrs. Dorothy L. Klock 
Ms. Betty H. Klotz 
Mr. L. S. Klotz 
Mr. W. Knaus 
Mrs.J.K. Knee 
Mr. M. G. Knerr 



Mr. and Mrs. William 

Knight 
Mrs. James H. Knowles 
Ms. Janet V. Koch 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. 

Kojm 
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Koning 
Colonel George C. Konolige 
Dr. and Mrs. C. Ronald 

Koons 
Mr. Herbert J. Kopff 
Mr. A. George Koplow 
Mr. J. Koppelman 
Ms. Bernadine C. Koprowski 
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin C. 

Korengold 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. 

Kosciuszko 
Mrs. Marjorie Kotler 
Dr. Robert Kovar 
Mr. G. D. Kovener 
Dr. Kathy Koznek 
Mrs. Solveig M. Kramer 
Mr. Charles R. Kraus 
Ms. Sandra R. Krawchuk 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. 

Krebsjr. 
Ms. Phyllis M. Kreeger 
Mr. Irving Kreisberg 
Mrs. Gloria I. Kreisher 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Kremens 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. 

Kriss 
Mr. V.J. Kriss 
Miss Karen E. Krueger 
Mrs. Leroy Krusi 
Ms. Elizabeth J. Kuen 
Mrs. G. F. Kugler, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Max J. Kukler 
Mrs. William O.Kurtz, Jr. 
Dr. Jane Kurucz 
Mr. Ellsworth Laboyteaux 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Ladd 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. 

Ladenheim 
Mrs. Patraicia K. Lafferty 
Mr. Stephen L. Lake 
Mrs. Richard T. Lambert 
Dr. Robert M. Lambert 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. 

Lamb, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W 

Lamson 
Dr. Emanuel Landau 



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Mrs. Ernest A. Land 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. 

Lander 
Mrs. Hans A. Land 
Mr. Gerald Langford 
Dr. Gilbert H. Lang 
Mr. Richard F. Langston 
Colonel and Mrs. John V. 

Lanterman 
Mrs. Louis Lapi 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larocca 
Dr. and Mrs. Ray Lash 
Mr. Philip A. Lathrap 
Mrs. J. W. Laughlin 
Ms. Rose Mary Lam- 
Mr. Denny Law 
Dr. and Mrs. Noel Lawson 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leach 
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. 

Leach 
Mr. L. G. Leary 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Lee 
Mr. James A. Lee 
Mr. T. C. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Glen Leet 
Mr. Edwin F. Legard 
Ms. Ellen R. Leighton 
Ms. Jeanne Lemmer 
Mr. and Mrs. L Gene Lemon 
Mrs. Harry Lenart 
Mrs. Ethelynne H. Leonard 
Mr. H. Leonard 
Mrs. Lawrence S. Lesser 
Mr. Daniel W. Leubecker 
Mr. Jan T. Leung 
Mr. Edgar L. Levenson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. 

Levi 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Levin, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levitt 
Mrs. I. Herbert Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Baugh Lewis 
Mr. Calvin G. Lewis 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Lewis 
Mr. Garry Lewis 
Ms. Irene R. Liebenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter 

Liebesman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. 

Liebhardt 
Mrs. Francis Light 
Mr. J. R. Limes 
Mr. Wilbur Loren Lindholm 



Miss Jane T. Lingo 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney C. 

Linton 
Mr. Robett F. Lint 
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher 

Lipsett 
Mr. David H. Lipsey 
Mr. Robert S. Lipsey 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. List 
Mr. Burton J. Litman 
Mr. and Mrs. William O. 

Lively 
Mr. J. H. Livingston 
Mrs. James Lloyd 
Mrs. Pat Lockeby 
Dr. Arthur J. Loerzel 
Mr.J. R. Loftis.Jr. 
Mr. Walter H.Long, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Long 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lorch 
Mrs. Oswald B. Lord 
Mr. Homer B. Louya, Jr. 
Mr. J. Loveless 
Mr. Robert B. Love 
Mr. Bart W Lovins 
Mrs. E. H. Lowther 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. 

Lucas 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. 

Ludeman 
Ms. Karyl Lufkin 
Mr. and Mrs. George Luhn 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. 

Lunday 
Mr. Clifford W. Lundin 
Ms. Patti Lupone 
Mr. R. Lushing 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

Lurtrell 
Mrs. John E. Lutz, II 
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. 

Lynch 
Mr. T. Lynch 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch 
Miss I. T. Lynn 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Phillip Lyon 
Ms. Catherine M. Maar 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maas 
Mr. P. E. Macallister 
Mrs. M. W. MacDermott 
Dr. Gwen MacDonald 
Mr. Neil R. MacDonald 
Mr. Watson Maclnnes 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. 

Maclnryre 



Mrs. J. Macomber 

Mr. Jerome T. Maddock 

Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. 

Maddox 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. 

Maffirt 
Mr. Robert Mahon 
Ms. Dolores M. Maidlow 
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie D. 

Major, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton S. Mak 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant D. 

Malcolm 
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard M. 

Malloy 
Lt. Gen. and Mrs. W R. 

Maloney 
Mr. and Mrs. Elli Malta 
Dr. and Mrs. Randall C. 

Manaka 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mann 
Mrs. E. B. Mann 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mannes 
Mr. and Mrs. George C. 

Mansius 
Mr. Charles Maraziti 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter D. 

Marbarger 
Mrs. A. Marcelle 
Mr. Eugene A. March 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Margus 
Mr. Jack Mark 
Ms. C. S. Markson 
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Marshall 
Mr. Kenneth S. Marsh 
Mr. Robert C. Marston 
Mrs. Mildred H. Martindale 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. John Cephas 

Martin 
Mr. D. L. Masland 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. 

Mason 
Miss Priscilla Mason 
Dr. Robert B. Matheny 
Mrs. Elbert G. Mathews 
Dr. and Mrs. M. Mathews 
Mr. Charles R. Matlin 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Matre 
Mr. Charles Matthews 
Mr. Robert Mattox 
Mr. and Mrs. W W. Maxey 
Mr. and Mrs. George B. 

Maxwell 
Miss Julia A. Maxwell 



Mrs. Doris Daggett May 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mayo 
Dr. John E. Mazuzan, Jr. 
Mr. James I. McAuliff 
Ms. Nancy M. McCabe 
Ms. Patrice L. McCabe 
Mrs. Violet McCandlish 
Ms. June W. McCarron 
Dr. Jeane McCarthy 
Mr. James D. McCIary 
Mrs. Dorothy McClelland 
Mr. Bruce McClintock 
Dr. David C. McClure 
Ms. Patricia McConnell 
Mr. Michael McCormack 
Dr. Marie C. McCormick 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael 

McCormick 
Mrs. Anne B. McCourt 
Dr. Cathetine F. McCoy 
Mr. Emmett F. McCoy 
Mr. John O. McCracken 
Mr. Jack H. McCreery 
Mr. Waltet C. McCrone 
Mr. Dale E. McDaniel 
J. McDonald 

Mrs. Ellen W McDonnell 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. 

McDonnell 
Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 
Dr. and Mrs. Morris G. 

McGee 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. 

McGehee 
Mrs. Nancy J. McGinness 
Mr. William P. McGloin 
Mr. John McGreevey 
Mr. Howard L. McGregor, 

Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John McGuinn 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. 

McGurk 
Mr. John Mcintosh 
FtancisJ. Mclntyre 
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W 

McKee 
Mr. WJ.McKeel 
Mr. William F. McKenna 
Dr.J. W. McKibben 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. 

McKinney 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

McLaren 
Mr. Charles McLaughlin 



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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 

McMartin 
Mrs. S. McMullen 
Mr. W. Hugh McNaughton 
Mr. W. C. McNeal 
Mrs. W.J. McNeil 
Mr. George M. McNulry 
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. 

McPherron 
Miss C. McWilliams 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mead 
Mr. James C. Meade 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mears 
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Meditch 
Mr. Frank Meek, Jr. 
Mrs. Roberta V. Meek 
Donald F. Mela 
Mrs. Valere P. Menefee 
Mr. Michael Mennucci 
Mr. Leon A. Mensing 
Mrs. William H. Meroney 
Mr. R.K.Merrill, Jr. 
Mr. John J. Meyer, III 
Mr. Henry H. Meyer, Jr. 
Mrs. Norman Meyer 
Dr. Herman Meyersburg 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. 

Meyers 
Mr. B. Jenkins Middleton 
Mr. W W. Middleton 
Commander and Mrs. R. J. 

Miles 
Ms. Grace Milgram 
Mr. Lewis N. Miller, Jr. 
Dr. Alan G. Miller 
Mr. Carroll L. Miller 
Mr. Charles H. Miller 
Mr. J. R.Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miller 
Ms. Margaret A. Miller 
Captain Richards T. Miller, 

USN 
Mrs. George H. Milton 
Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. 

Mishkind 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. 

Mitchell 
Colonel and Mrs. Robert D. 

Mitchell 
Mr. Walter W Mitchell 
Mr. Ted F. Moellering 
Mr. R. W Mompier 
Mrs. Sarah D. Monk 
Mr. E. F. Monoscalco 
Mr. M. R. Monroy 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Montague 
Dr. Carmen G. Montaner 
Mr. Wilson M. Montero 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Montgomery 
Mr. and Mrs. W F. 

Montgomery 
Mrs. Christel K. Moore 
Ms. Joan Turner Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Morava 
Mr. and Mrs. H. W Morgan 
Ms. Joyce Morgan 
Mr. Shane Moriariry 
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Morley 
Ms. Firth Morris 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. 

Morris 
Mr. J. C. Morris 
Mr. J. C. Morris, Jr. 
Ms. Rosanna Morris 
Mr. William R. Morris 
Mr. Arthur R. Morse, Jr. 
Mr. Erik N. Mortensen 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel 

Moskow 
Mr. Wilson Mothershead 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. 

Douglas F. Mow 
Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. 

Mueller 
Ms. Shauna Woods Mueller 
Dr. J. Andrew Mulholland 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. 

Mundell 
Mrs. Gail W. Munder 
Mr. David C. Mundy 
Mr. Burnaby Munson 
Mr. Don Murdock 
Mr. Gerald P. Murphy 
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Mr. and Mrs. James Myles 
Mr. Raymond R. Myslivy 
Mr. Andrew Najberg 
Ms. Ana.sra.sia Nasis 
Mr. George Nassauer 
Mr. David N. Neal 
Mr. Robert H. Neff 
Mr. George E. Nelson 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. 

Ness 
Mr. Conley W. Ness 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. 

Neuenschwander 
Mr. Harry Neugold 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. 

Neukomm 
Mr. Rick Newbery 
Mrs. M. E. Newcomb 
Mrs. Frances Newman 
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer E. 

Newman 
Mr. W. E. Newman 
Lt. Col. Arthur Newton 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. 

Nicholl 
Ms. Patricia I. Nichols 
Mr. H. D. Nickerson 
Dr. Orville F. Nielsen 
Dr. and Mrs. Earl W. Niles 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Noble 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. 

Nolan 
Mr. David G. Noonan 
Mr. Carl F. Norden 
Dr. Maurice J. Norman 
Dr. Patricia F. Norman 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. 

Norris, Jr. 
Mr. R. Duane Norris 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L 

North 
Mrs. John Norton 
Ms. Kim Golan Norton 
Mr. and Mrs. David P. 

Notley 
Mr. Milton G. Nottingham, 

Jr. 
Mr. Walter J. Novak 
Mrs. Dorothy Nubel 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. 

Nullet 
Ms. Eileen O'Brien 
Mr. John A. O'Brien 
Mr. R. E. O'Connell 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

O'Connor 
Mr. and Mrs. Denis T 

O'Sullivan 
Mr. Edward J. Obert, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. 

Oblath 
Mr. Ronald S. Oda 
Mr. Robert S. Oelman 
Mr. Sylvan Oestreicher 
Dr.S. W.J. Ogush 
Mr. W. G. Ohde 



Ms. Helen L. Ohler 
Mr. Sam R. OLsen 
Mr. Richard Omohundro 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lloyd 

Onion 
Mr. Peter Oppmann 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Orcutt 
Mr. W. R.Orthwein.Jr. 
Mr. Martin B. Ortlieb 
Mrs. D. F. Orwig 
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Dr. Betty Ann Ottinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ottoboni 
Mr. James C. Overholt 
Mr. Joseph H. Owen 
Mr. Joseph H. Owens 
Mr.J.C. Pace 
Mrs. A. N. Pack 
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Pack 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. 

Painter 
Mr. Donald K. Palmer 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. 

Palmer 
Dr. John R. Pancella 
P. Panchal 
Dr. J. F Paquec 
Mr. Frank C. Parcell 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. 

Parker 
Mrs. Grace M. Parr 
Miss Muriel H. Parry 
Mrs. George E. Parsons, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Parsons 
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Parsons 
Ms. Mabel Parsons 
Mr. R. F. Paschalljr. 
Mr. Jerry Pasek 
Colonel Kenneth W Patrum 
Mr. Geoffrey L Pacton 
Mr. James H. Paul 
Mr. B. R. PauLsen 
Mr. Benjamin C. Payne 
Ms. Sylvia L. Pearson 
Mr. and Mrs. John R. 

Peaslee 
Mr. Stephen E. Peat 
Mr. C. L. Pecchenino 
C. E. Peck 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. 

Peckerman, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Peck 
Dr. Rodney Pelcon 
Mr. Edmund Pendleton 
Mrs. Thorn Pendleton 



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Mr. and Mrs. William C. 

Penick 
Mr. Clarence Pennington 
Mr. John Peper 
Mr. Bernard J. Perini 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. 

Perkins 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Alan 

Perlberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael 

Perlberg 
Ms. Dorothy F. Perry 
Mr. Gene Perry 
Mr. James P. Perry 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Perry 
Ms. Sandra J. Perry 
Ms. Ann C. Petersen 
Mr. Dalton E. Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. David W. 

Peterson 
Dr. John C. Petricciani 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. 

Petri 
Mrs. Harold S. Pettit 
Mr. James T. Pettus, Jr. 
Mr. Cliff Pfaff 
Mr. A. Phillips 
Mrs. W. R. Phillips 
Mr. E. Chilton Phoenix 
Miss Mary Jane Pickthall 
Mr. Patrick Kent Pierce 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Pierson.Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence B. 

Pike 
Ms. Ellen Pilsecker 
Mr. and Mrs. William Piper 
Dr. Phillip R. Pittman 
Mr. John Pitts 
Mrs. P. E. Pitts 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. 

Pivarnik 
Ms. Elinor Plimack 
Ms. Diane J. Plotts 
Mr. Michael Plunkett 
Mr. and Mrs. Welch Pogue 
Mrs. Donald T. Pomeroy 
Mr. Robert D. Pomeroy 
Mr. Leroy Poole 
Mr. Daniel B. Pope 
Ms. Janice Popp 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight J. 

Porter 
Dr. Reno R. Porter 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Porto 



Ms. Mildred Potocki 
Mrs. Sandra A. Potter 
Mr. R.D. Potts 
Miss Amy H. Pound 
Dr. and Mrs. William F. 

Pounds 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. 

Powell 
Mr. Jon Powell 
Mr. Robert E. Pownall 
Mr. Richard L. Prager 
Ms. Fletcher Pratt 
Mr. A. Price 
Mrs. Charles P. Price 
Dr. Robert E. Price 
Miss Jeanne Priester 
Dr. and Mrs. Jerold 

Principato 
Mr. Harold Prindle 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. 

Prizer 
Ms. Gloria Prochaska 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Purcell 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent 

Puritano 
Mr. L. A. Vander Putten 
Ms. Marian L Pyle 
Mr. W M. Quackenbush 
Mr. T. Quinn 
Mr. J. Raben 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anton 

Rademaker 
Ms. Marjorie Ramsden 
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman 

Raphael 
Miss Ann Rasche 
Mr. Philip Ratcliffe 
Mr. W. Ray 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Raz 
Ms. Isabel M. Rea 
Ms. Patricia Reardon 
Mr. F. R. Rebsamen 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. 

Redford 
Vivien G. Redman 
Mr. AtleeJ. Reeb 
Mr. John W Reeder 
Mr. Rollin M. Reeder 
Mr. William A. Reed 
Mrs. Carl M. Reeves 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves 
Mrs. Charlotte Rehberg 
Ms. Carol A. Reichgut 
Mrs. Joan Reilly 
Dr. Michael J. Reilly 



Mr. Lawrence F. Reinalter 

Ms. Joan Reiser 

Mr. Nathan Reiskin 

Mr. Paul A. Renard 

Mrs. Edwin F. Rensler 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynierse 

Mr. Don F. Reynolds 

Mr. Frank C. Reynolds, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rhoads 

Mr. R. L Rhodes, Jr. 

Mr. James E. Rhodes 

Miss Kathleen Ribaudo 

Mr. Edward Hart Rice 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Rice 

Mr. Allen Richards 

Mr. E. Jerome Richards 

Mrs. Ralph Richardson 

Dr. Arthur L Rich 

Ms. Melissa J. Richens 

Mr. G. R. Rich 

Miss B. A. Richmond 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. 

Richmond 
Mr. Charles Rick 
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Mrs. Richard Riddell 
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Mr. Richard D. Rife 
Mr. M. M. Rifkin 
Mr. John R. Rimmer 
Miss Marilyn Rising 
Jeanne Robb 
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Roberts 
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Roehrig 
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Mr. Irving Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S. 

Rosenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Rosenthal 
Dr. and Mrs. Quentin Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. 

Rose 



Mr. Sam D. Rose 

Mr. J. W Roskos 

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ross 

Dr. S. Rossello 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. 

Rosser 
Mrs. James Bruce Ross 
Mr. John J. Ross 
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Dr. James A. Rourke 
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah P. Rowe 
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Rowland 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. 

Rowley 
Mr. Charles Rozier 
Mr. B. Cecil Rubin 
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. 

Rugani 
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Mr. William A. Rutter 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ryan 
Dr. and Mrs. Abner Sachs 
Dr. H. Pagan Saez 
Mr. Lou Sakell 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Salz 
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Ms. Mickey W. Sanborn 
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Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. 

Satterwhite 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 

Sawick 
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Alice E. Sayre 
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Mr. James P. Scannell 
Mr. Ernst M. Schaefer 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Schafer 
Mr. William F. Schaper 
Mr. Aaroh Schecrer 
Mrs. Robert S. Scheu 



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Mr. and Mrs. J. Vincent 

Schlegel 
Miss Matilda P. Schlicht 
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Schmal 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R.J. 

Schnabel 
Miss Marguerite V. 

Schneeberger 
Ms. Margaret M. Schneider 
Dr. William H. Schneider 
Mrs. Debra C. Schoenstein 
Mr. James E. Scholl 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schroeder 
Mr. John C. Schuldt 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L 

Schulman 
Mrs. Robert A. Schulman 
Mr. Robert Schwaner 
Dr. Edward H. Schwarz 
Mrs. M. Schwetz 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. 

Scibilia 
Ms. M. B. Scott 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Scott 
Mr. and Mrs. Royal M. Scott 
Mr. Bernard L. Scriven 
Mr. Robert F. Scuddet 
Mr. David C. Searey 
Dr. Mary E. Sears 
Mrs. Jane Seedorf 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Seidell 
Mrs. St. Clare P. Seifett 
Mrs. Richard Selchow 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. 

Selinsky 
Mrs. Catherine H. Sells 
Mr. Paul C. Seltman 
Ms. Catharine Seybold 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. 

Shackleford 
Mrs. Polly Shackleton 
Ms. Elaine G. Shafrin 
Mrs. H. Shambaugh 
Mr. Kevin E. Shanahan 
Ms. Karen S. G. Shapell 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. 

Sharpe 
Dr. Daniel L Shaw, Jr. 
Ms. Barbara W. Shaw 
Shaw Investment 
Ms. Kate M. Sheehy 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. 

Sheldon 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. 

Shelleman, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Shepard 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. 

Sheppard 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. 

Sherman 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sher 
Miss {Catherine Shilling 
Mr. Rufus Shivers 
Mr. Albert D. Shmutzer 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. 

Shnider 
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shorb 
Mrs. S. C. Shortlidge, Jr. 
Mr. Robert H. Short 
Harold Shoup 
Dr. Stefan Shrier 
Mr. Roy Shrobe 
Mr. Harley F. Shuford, Jr. 
Mr. Ken Shuman 
Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Philip D. 

Shutler, USMC 
Mr. W. Leonard Sibley 
Ms. Martha F. Siccardi 
Mr. W. R. Sieben 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. 

Siegel 
Mr.CarlF.Sielaff.Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. and Robert W. 

Siler.Jr. 
Mr. Russell L. Sill 
Mr. Richard Sills 
Dr. A. E. Silver 
Dr. Lester P. Silverman 
Colonel and Mrs. Robert L. 

Simmons 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. 

Simon 
Mr. Raymond Simon 
Miss Alice H. Simpson 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Singer 
Mr. Richard Singer 
Mr. Lorenzo Dow Singleton 
Mrs. W. D. Singleton 
Mr. James J. Singsank 
Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood D. 

Sinnamon, Jr. 
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skold 
Mr. Thomas B. Sleeman 
Mr. John Sleeter 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slezak 
Dr. H. Sloan 
Mr. Richard C. Sloan 



Mrs. Walter W. Slocum 
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sloss 
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Smith, Jr. 
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Smith 
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Smith 
Mr.W.TilfordSmith,Jr. 
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Mr. John B. Snyder 
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Snyder 
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Sohn 
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Honorable and Mrs. Soren C. 

Sommerfelt 
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Mr. George R. Spall 
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Mr. H. Speer 
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Mrs. C. M. Spilman, Jr. 
Mr. Fred Spinder 
Mrs. Laneil W. Spivy 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Splitter 
Mrs. J. E. Sponseller 



Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Spooner 
Mr. L. Spozais 
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Mr. Franklin M. St. John 
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Stanford 
Mr. William R. Stanmeyer 
Mrs. Carl W. Stapleton (Ret.) 
Mr. David A. Stark 
Mr. Donn A. Starry 
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. 

Stayer 
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Stebbins 
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Steinbrink 
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Stemmler 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Stemmons 
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Stenger 
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Stephan 
Dr. Peter J. Stephens 
Mr. Richard Stephens 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. 

Srephens 
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 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L 

Stevens 
Mr. Jay Stevens 
Dr. Roland E. Stevens 
Ms. Suzanne E. Stevens 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Stewart 
Mt. and Mrs. Terence P. 

Stewarr 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. 

Stichman 



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Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 

Stickell 
Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. 

Stillwell 
Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. 

Stilson 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. 

Seine hfield 
Mr. Philip B. Stiness, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. 

Stocking 
Mr. Steven F. Stockmeyet 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. 

Stolldorf 
Mr. Robert A. Stone 
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard B. 

Stone 
Mr. and Mrs. John Strachan 
Mr. Virgil R. Strader 
Mr. and Mrs. John G. 

Strange 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tudor 

Strang 
Dr. Paul Strassburger 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Stratton 
Mr. Henry Strone 
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Mrs. Hosmer B. Stuck 
Mr. William T. Stumb 
Mr. John A. Sturm 
Mr. Arthur Stutzer 
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Suddaby 
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Sullivan 
Mr. Ed Sullivan 
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Sweeney 
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Mr. John B. Tavano 



Mrs. Delle Ernst Taylor 
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Tester 
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Thiry Foundation 
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Thomas 
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Thompson 
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Thompson 
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Thompson 
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Ms. Mims Thompson 
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Thomson, Jr. 
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Tibor 
Mr. and Mrs. John T 

Tielking 
Ms. Barbara L. Tierney 
Mrs. L. E. Tierney 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tillman, 

III 
Miss Catherine Tinkham 
Mr. H. Titchell 
Mr. Hartley K. Todee 
Ms. Rosalie Toko 
Mr. Toshio Tokunaga 
Mrs. Araks V Tolegian 
Mr. Leroy M. Tolman 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert 

Tomlinson 
Mr. Richard M. Torres 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. 

Townsend 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gerald Toye 
Mr. Adrian G. Traas 



Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. 

Trainor 
Honorable and Mrs. Russell 

E. Train 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tralla 
Mr. John H. Transue 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 

Traylor 
Mr. David Treacy 
Mr. Edmond R. Tremblay 
Mr. Jose E. Trias 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan 

Troutman 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Brian 

Tsujimura 
Mrs. Shanda Tuccio 
Mr. Ernst H. Tuenge, Jr. 
Mrs. James N. Tulloh 
Mr. Robert L. Tull 
Ms. Eva F. Tully 
Mr. W. T. Turso 
Mr. and Mrs. William S. 

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Ms. Evelyn Twigg-Smith 
Mr. Glenn A. Ulrich 
Mr. R. E. Uptegraff.Jr. 
Mr. Donald Usher 
Mr. T. Uyesugi 
Mr. Vainutis K. Vaitkevicius 
Mrs. C. W. Valencourt, Jr. 
Mr. J. H. Valentine 
Mr. Robert Vallier 
Dr. Paul Van Fossen 
Mr. Ray E. Vanalstine 
Mrs. Jean Vandenberg 
Mrs. F. B. Vandenburgh 
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Vandusen 
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Vanhaeften 
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Ms. Beatrice Vare 
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Mr. Edward W. Varnum 
Mr. and Mrs. Armen 

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Mr. Mark Veca 
Ms. Natalie D. Venneman 
Mr. Richard Venning 
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Dr. M. C. Vincent 

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Vinick 
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Ms. M. G. Waggoner 
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Mr. Paul F. Wagner 
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Mr. Bert Waldstein 
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Walton, Jr. 
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Walton 
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Mr. Fred Wanner 
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Wareheim 
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Warner 
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Warner 
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Miss Eva Watkins 
Captain Jack E. Watson 
Ms. Mildred V. Watts 
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Mr. John S. Wehrle 



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Weinmann 
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Weinreich 
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Ms. Fay L Wei rich 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. 

Weiss 
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Weitzel 
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Mr. Douglas F. Welebir 
Mr. Charles E. Wells 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W Wells 
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Welsh 
Ms. Lucille Wendt 
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wentz 
Ms. Barbara K. Werner 
Mr. Gerald L. Werner 
Mr. Stuart L Werner 
Captain J. H. Wesson, USN, 

(Ret.) 
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Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. 

Weston 
R. A. West 
Miss Hilda Wexler 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Wharton 
Mr. and Mrs. George Y. 

Wheeler, III 
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Ms. Jaan Whitehead 
Mr. John B. Whitehead 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. White 



Mr. Dale A. Whiteside 
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. 

Wien 
Ms. Elizabeth J. Wiggans 
Dr. and Mrs. Herman S. 

Wigodsky 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. 

Wikler 
Dr. and Mrs. U. V. Wilcox, 

II 
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Mrs. Gladys E. Willard 
Mr. Andrew W. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. H. 

Williams, Jr. 
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Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Ellis W 

Williamson 
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Dr. B. Willis 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cooper 

Willits 
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Mr. William F. Willner 
Mr. William Willoughby 
Ms. Louise W. Willson 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 

Wilmeth 
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Mr. F. A. Wilson 
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Mr. James M. Wilson 
Mr. Lowell Wilson 



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Wilson 
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Wittie 
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Mr.J. Wolfgang.Jr. 
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Mr. L.J. Young 
Ms. Nancy A. Young 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. 

Zachary, Jr. 
Ms. Shereen Zakauddin 
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Zaritsky 
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Zeder 
Colonel Frank J. Zeller 
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Ms. Anne Zetterberg 
Mrs. E. Zimmerman 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 

Zimmerman 
Dr. and Mrs. Don B. 

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Mr. Louis I. Zorensky 
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