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Smithsonian Year 1992 
Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press 
Washington, D.C. 




Smithsonian Year 1992 
Supplement 



Chronology and Appendixes 



Smithsonian Institution Press 
Washington, D.C. 



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Contents 



Chronology 5 

Appendix 1. Members of Smithsonian Councils, 
Boards, and Commissions, September 30, 1992 33 

Appendix 2. Visits to the Smithsonian Institution 
Museums and Galleries in Fiscal Year 1992 42 

Appendix 3. Academic, Research Training, and 
Internship Appointments and Research Associates 
in Fiscal Year 1992 43 

Appendix 4. Publications of the Smithsonian 
Institution Press in Fiscal Year 1992 84 

Appendix 5. Publications of the Staff of the 
Smithsonian Institution and Its Subsidiaries in 
Fiscal Year 1992 88 

Appendix 6. The Smithsonian Institution and Its 
Subsidiaries, September 30, 1992 121 

Appendix 7. Donors to the Smithsonian Institution in 
Fiscal Year 1992 145 

Appendix 8. Contributing Members of the 

Smithsonian Institution in Fiscal Year 1992 200 

Financial Report 216 

Notes: The arrangement of bureau and office listings within appendixes 1, 3, 5, 6, and 7 is not alphabetical but rather follows as 

closely as possible the organization of the Smithsonian Institution as shown on page 4. 

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 Undersecretary 
Office of the Inspector General 
Office of the General Counsel 
Office of Government Relations 
Office of Public Affairs 

Sciences 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Sciences 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 

National Museum of Natural History/National 

Museum of Man 
National Zoological Park 
Office of Environmental Awareness 
Office of Fellowships and Grants 
Office of the Registrar 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Laboratory 
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center 
Smithsonian Institution Archives 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
Smithsonian Institution Man and the Biosphere 

Biological Diversity Program 
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 

Arts and Humanities 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for the Arts and 

Humanities 
Anacostia Museum 
Archives of American Art 
Arthur M. Saclder Gallery /Freer Gallery of Art 



Cooper- Hewitt, National Museum of Design 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 

Office of Institutional Studies 

International Gallery 

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 Portrait Gallery 

Office of Exhibits Central 

Office of Museum Programs 

Office of Quincentenary Programs 

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service 

Education and Public Service 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and 

Public Service 
Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies 
National Science Resource Center 
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 
Wider Audience Development Program 

External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 

Office of International Relations 

Office of Conference Services 

Office of Special Events 

Office of Telecommunications 

Smithsonian Institution Press 

Smithsonian Magazine 

Air & Space/Smithsonian Magazine 

Smithsonian National Associate Program 

Smithsonian Resident Associate Program 

Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center 

Institutional Initiatives 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Institutional Initiatives 
National Museum of the American Indian Campaign Office 
Office of Development 
Smithsonian Women's Committee 

Finance and Administration 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Finance and 
Administration 

Affiliated Organizations 

John F. Kennedy for the Performing Arts 

National Gallery of Art 

Reading Is Fundamental 

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars 



October 

■ Public Programs The Visitor Information and 
Associates' Reception Center initiated Spanish-language 
touts of the Smithsonian Institution Building. 



Chronology 



October 

■ Publications Two tecent Smithsonian Institution 
Press books — Women of Deb Koh and The Mystery of Com- 
ets — were issued in German and Italian translations. 
Paperback editions of The Lawmen and Women of Deb Koh 
were released in the United States by Viking Penguin. 



October 



The following is a representative selection of Smith- 
sonian events during fiscal year 1992. 

October 

■ Education Program Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design began a series of one-day design 
career programs that gave high school students the op- 
portunity to explore social issues and participate in 
design activities with professional designers. The series 
continued through March. 

October 

■ Smithsonian Sesqukentenary The Office of the Assis- 
tant Secretary for External Affairs began coordination of 
the Smithsonian's 150th anniversary commemoration, to 
be held in 199$. 

October 

■ International Meeting The Office of International 
Relations, in cooperation with the University of Califor- 
nia Consortium on Mexico and federal agencies, par- 
ticipated in the steeting committee meeting of the 
U.S.— Mexico Foundation for Science. Assistant 
Secretary for External Affairs Thomas E. Lovejoy is a 
member of the committee. 



■ Radio Series "Folk Masters" — produced by the Office 
of Telecommunications' Radio Smithsonian, Carnegie 
Hall, and the Washington public radio station WETA- 
FM — was inaugurated, broadcast over public radio sta- 
tions nationwide. It subsequently won the Corporation 
for Public Broadcasting's Gold Award. 

October 

■ Tour Archives of American Art members explored 
the art and architecture of Spain and Portugal. The jour- 
ney to Barcelona, Madrid, Leon, Santiago, Oporto, and 
Lisbon included visits to private collections and special 
tours of the sights and treasures in each city. 

October 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Institution Libraries' 
catalog of the National Museum of African Art branch 
holdings was published with more than 17,000 records 
derived from SIL's on-line computer records. 

October 

■ New Archive Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design established an African American Design Ar- 
chive, a computerized compilation of African American 
designers' biographies. 

October 



■ Special Event The Viking voyages to the New World 
were commemorated at the National Air and Space 
Museum with the queen of Norway and the president of 



Iceland in attendance. The event was facilitated by the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs. 

October 

■ Education Program As part of the Cooper- Hewitt, 
National Museum of Design's innovative "designer-in- 
residence" program, noted industrial designer Bruce 
Hannah began four months at the museum teaching 
school groups about design. 

October-May 

m Education Assistant Secretary for Education and 
Public Service James Early and Ann Bay, director of the 
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, repre- 
sented Smithsonian interests in the Federal Coordinat- 
ing Committee for Science Engineering and 
Technology's Committee for Education and Human 
Resources, which met several times during the year. 

October— September 

■ Grants Throughout the year, the Smithsonian 
ethnic, women's, and advocacy committees received 
support from the Educational Outreach Program to or- 
ganize pan-Institutional events for federally designated 
commemorations. The program is administered by the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and 
Public Service. 

October I 

■ Staff Appointment Paul Colinvaux, a well-known 
ecologist and former professor at Ohio State University, 
joined the scientific staff at the Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute. 

October 1 

■ Internships The Office of Fellowships and Grants 
selected seven minority interns for the fall term. 

October $ 

■ Award Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 
Thomas E. Lovejoy and Office of Environmental Aware- 
ness Director Judith Gradwohl accepted the second an- 
nual Swim Environmental Awareness Award for the 
office's oceans forum and exhibition. 



October 8 

■ Exhibition "Recent Acquisitions: 1989— 1991" opened 
at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 
reflecting the strengthening of the museum's collection 
with more than 80 paintings, sculptures, and works on 
paper acquired as gifts or purchases. 

October 10 

■ Exhibition The Archives of American Art New York 
Regional Center Gallery, with Leo Castelli Gallery, 
presented the exhibition "Lichtenstein/Castelli," featur- 
ing original works by Lichtenstein and a variety of 
materials culled from the Archives' Lichtenstein collec- 
tion. A preview benefit, "A Salute to Roy Lichtenstein," 
opened the exhibition. 

October 16 

■ Lecture Series In conjunction with the Hirshhorn 
Museum's exhibition program, "Focus: Saint Clair 
Cemin" kicked off a series of free early-evening talks of- 
fering perspective on a current exhibition. Among the 
speakers were artists Saint Clair Cemin, Alfredo Jaar, 
Tim Rollins and K.O.S., and Francesc Torres, as well as 
organizing curators Neal Benezra, Frank Gettings, Phyl- 
lis Rosenzweig, and Director James T. Demetrion. 

October 18 

m Speech W. Richard West, Jr., director of the National 
Museum of the American Indian, addressed more than 
2,000 people at the annual meeting of the Alaska 
Federation of Natives in Anchorage. 

October 21 

■ Course The eight-week Resident Associate Program 
course "France Today" opened with an address by the 
ambassador of France and featured columnist Jim 
Hoagland and architect I. M. Pei. 

October 21-}l 

■ Workshops "The Identification of Early Synthetic 
Dyes on Historic Textiles: Analysis and Preparation" 
and "Advanced Dye Analysis," two Conservation 
Analytical Laboratory workshops, were organized by 
Senior Textiles Conservator Mary Ballard and taught by 
renowned dye chemist Dr. Helmut Schweppe. 



October 25 

■ Board Appointment Jerry I. Speyer, business executive 
and collector from New York City, was elected to the 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's 10-member 
Board of Trustees, replacing philanthropist Agnes Gund. 

October 2J 

■ Research The Office of Printing and Photographic 
Services conducted a Research Expedition Program 
with the Smithsonian National Associate Program, 
"Cataloging Laser Discs." 

October 31 

■ Exhibit The Office of Public Affairs completed the 
fifth and final version of a multicultural portable traveling 
exhibit on the theme 'The Smithsonian Is For Everyone" 
for use by Smithsonian staffers attending conferences. The 
exhibit features three teenagers in the National Air and 
Space Museum. The other four versions show African 
American, Asian American, Latino, and Native American 
people and objects. The exhibits, funded by the Education- 
al Outreach Program and the Special Exhibition Fund, 
were used many times during the year. 

October 31— November 4 

■ Festival The first U.S. Virgin Islands Folklife Fes- 
tival took place on St. Croix, U.S. V.I. , with collabora- 
tion and support from the Center for Folklife Programs 
and Cultural Studies. The program, originally produced 
for the Smithsonian's 1990 Festival of American 
Folklife, involved Senegalese folk artists and the 
Freedom Singers. 

November 

■ Award The Smithsonian Collection of Recordings 
received a platinum disc from Sony Records for sales of 
500,000 albums of Classic Jazz. 

November 

■ Report The National Museum of the American 
Indian issued "The Way of the People," a historic docu- 
ment that blends technological design and cultural 
sensitivity in a plan for the acquisition of programmatic 
information. The report summarized the views ex- 



pressed by some 450 representatives of Indian tribes in 
11 consultations. 

November 

m Workshop The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Ex- 
hibition Service and Time Warner Inc. hosted an educa- 
tional workshop in Washington, D.C., for national 
museum exhibitors and sponsors associated with the 
major photography exhibition, "Songs of My People," 
which opened at Washington's Corcoran Gallery of Art 
in February. 

November 

■ Fellowships The Office of Fellowships and Grants 
awarded four fellowships under the Smithsonian 
Institution— University Programs in Structure and 
Evolution of Terrestrial Ecosystems funded by the 
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 

November— May 

■ Research Flights of a far-infrared spectrometer built 
by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory con- 
tributed new information on ozone depletion. 

November 1 

■ Exhibition "Ralph Earl: The Face of the Young 
Republic" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 
The first exhibition devoted to the talented portrait 
painter of the new American Republic contained 
more than 60 paintings, including works by artists 
whom he influenced. 

November 1 

■ Grant The Office of Printing and Photographic Ser- 
vices was awarded an equipment grant under the Apple 
Library of Tomorrow Program. 

November 4 

■ Cultural Heritage Observation To observe American In- 
dian Heritage Month, the Wider Audience Develop- 
ment Program organized "Native Pride, Power, and 
Politics." The Honotable Elijah Harper (Ojibwa), mem- 
ber of the Canadian Parliament and honorary chief of 
the Red Sucker Lake Band, discussed sovereignty issues 
facing indigenous Canadians. 



November 4 

■ Museum Shop The newly expanded and renovated 
museum shop opened at the National Museum of 
American Art. 

November 6 

■ Television Premiere "Dream Window: Reflections on 
the Japanese Garden," produced by the Office of 
Telecommunicarions in association with Kajima Vision, 
premiered on PBS. 

November 7 

■ International Visitors Officials of the Department of 
Antiquities of Jordan visited the Conservation Analyti- 
cal Laboratory to inspect completed conservation work 
on part of the plaster sculpture excavated at the site 
'Ain Ghazal (7th millennium B.C.). Director General of 
Antiquities Safwan Khalaf as-Tell signed the proposal 
for treatment of this material. 

November j 

■ Exhibition "Alfredo Jaar WORKS," an installation 
by this Chilean-born artist, opened at the Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden as the year's project of 
site-specific art under a grant from the Andy Warhol 
Foundation for the Visual Arts. Built in a darkened 
Abram Lerner Balcony Room, the piece, titled 
"MVSEVM," used five sculptural light boxes to jux- 
tapose a serene museum atmosphere with disturbing im- 
ages from the Persian Gulf War. 

November 13 

■ Permanent Exhibition A new gallery, "Legend, 
Memory, and the Great War in the Air," opened at the 
National Air and Space Museum. In a departure from 
traditional museum exhibitions on World War I avia- 
tion, this gallery contrasts the romantic myth of gallant 
combat in the sky with the grim reality faced by early 
military aviators. 

November 14 

■ Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center session on 
"Perestroika in Retrospect" featured Egor Ligachev, a 
former conservative Politburo member and a leading an- 
tagonist of Gorbachev on Soviet economic reform, who 



addressed the legacy of perestroika in the former Soviet 
Union. 

November 14 

■ New Facility The new National Zoo molecular 
genetics (DNA "fingerprinting") laboratory opened to 
investigate the mysteries of complex animal mating 
strategies and the evolutionary relationships of animals. 

November 1$ 

■ Honor Arthur E. Raymond, aircraft designer and the 
"father" of the DC-3 airplane, and John C. Mather and 
the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) Team were 
each awarded the National Air and Space Museum 
Trophy. 

November 16 

■ Symposium A symposium was held at the National 
Portrait Gallery in connection with the exhibition 
"Ralph Earl: The Face of the Young Republic." A 
variety of papers were presented by scholars from 
the Wadsworth Atheneum, Columbia University, the 
National Portrait Gallery, and the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

November 18 

■ Conference Participation The Office of Printing and 
Photographic Services participated in ongoing meetings 
of subcommittees of the American National Standards 
Institute. The subcommittees are developing test 
methods to determine archival permanence in 
photographic materials. 

November ip-21 

■ Conference The National Forum on Ocean Conserva- 
tion brought together scientists, policy makers, and 
members of the general public to frame the critical is- 
sues, outline the state of knowledge, and discuss policy 
options and research needs for ocean conservation. The 
forum was organized by the Office of Environmental 
Awareness. 



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November 21 



December 



■ Species Survival The National Zoo received a Kiwi 
bird from New Zealand to continue the breeding at the 
Zoo of this disappearing species. 



■ Appointment L. Carole Wharton, former chief plan- 
ning officer ar Drexel University, become director of the 
Office of Planning and Budget. 



November 22 

■ Symposium A symposium, "Chang Dai-chien and His 
Art," made possible through the generosity of Mrs. Ar- 
thur M. Sackler, was held at the Saclder Gallery in con- 
nection with the opening of the first major rerrospective 
in the United States of work by China's foremost 
modern painter. 

November 2} 

■ Workshop Teacher and author Eliot Wigginton, 
founder of the Foxfire Foundation, taught the first in a 
series of workshops for teachers participating in the 
Demonstration Schools Project, an effort of the Office of 
Elementary and Secondary Education. The project helps 
teachers and museum staff work together, developing 
ways that Smithsonian resources can be applied across 
the curriculum to improve teaching and learning in 
areas the schools have identified as critical. 

November 25 

■ Cultural Diversity The Office of Public Affairs held 
the first meeting of the Ad Hoc Latino Media Advisory 
Committee. The purpose of the nine-member external 
advisory committee, composed of leading Latino jour- 
nalists, publishers, and other communicators, is to help 
OPA examine and improve its methods of communicat- 
ing with Latino audiences through the media. 

November 24 

■ Seminar The Office of Printing and Photographic 
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. 

Winter 

■ Research Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 
scientists identified the exploding star Nova Muscae as 
a binary system in which the primary component is a 
"black hole." 



December 

■ Publication The Whole Folkways Catalogue was pub- 
lished by the Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural 
Studies as a guide to the Folkways collection. It was 
distributed to 5,000 scholars, educators, and others. 

December 

■ Closing The San Francisco office of the Archives of 
American Art was closed and its operations consolidated 
with those of the San Marino, California, facility. 

December 

■ Automation Smithsonian Institution Libraries' 
automated circulation system was extended to the Na- 
tional Museum of American Hisrory branch in Decem- 
ber and to the Smithsonian Environmental Research 
Center branch in April, bringing to 14 the number of 
branches with this service. 

December 

■ Acquisition The National Museum of African Art 
acquired an extremely rare cast copper alloy helmet 
from northern Cote d'lvoire. 

December 

■ Premiere A film documentary examining Chiapan 
Mayan participation in the 1991 Festival of American 
Folklife premiered in Tuxtla Guttierez, Mexico. The 
film was produced by the Center for Folklife Programs 
and Cultural Studies with a team from Chiapas, Mexico. 

December 

■ Workshop The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Ex- 
hibition Service, the American Library Association, and 
corporate sponsor Beneficial Management Corporation 
hosted a workshop in Washington, D.C., for library ex- 
hibitors of the panel adaptation of the National 
Museum of Natural History's major Columbus Quincen- 
renary exhibition, "Seeds of Change." 



December 

■ Acquisition The Frederick Matson collection of Old 
World clays was transferred from Matson's laboratory 
at Penn State University to the Conservation Analyti- 
cal Laboratory. Researchers have analyzed samples of 
these clays extensively during the past 20 years, 
making them a valuable addition to the reference 
materials in the CAL data bank. 

December 

■ Publication Demography and Natural History of the 
Common Fruit Bat — on Barro Colorado, Panama (Smith- 
sonian Contributions to Zoology, no. 511), was published 
by the National Museum of Natural History. In this 11- 
year field study, scientists for the first time have been 
able to capture, mark, and monitor successfully a noctur- 
nal and elusive population of tropical fruit bats, which 
play an important role in tropical ecosystems. 

December 

■ Volunteers The Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center's annual appreciation event for volun- 
teer information specialists was held in the Smithsonian 
Castle Building. 

December 

■ Acquisition Through a generous gift of Irwin Silber 
and Barbara Dane, the Folkways Archives and Collec- 
tions, Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural 
Studies, acquired Paredon Records master tapes and 
contracts. The collection includes more than 50 titles 
devoted to political and topical songs. 

December 

■ Publication Beginning with the January— February 
1992 issue ofSmithsonian Runner, the bimonthly newsletter 
for Native Americans produced by the Office of Public Af- 
fairs, contributing members of the National Museum of 
the American Indian began receiving a special edition of 
Runner that includes a two-page supplement. 

December 

■ Research The Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
opened a database searching center for CD— ROMs. 
Funded by a $50,000 grant from the James Smithson 



Society, the center has eight databases, two local 
workstations, and four ports for dial-in access. 

December 

■ Special Events A festival of performances, symposia, 
and exhibitions marking the 200th anniversary of 
Mozart's death was presented by the National Museum 
of American History and the Woodrow Wilson Inter- 
national Center for Scholars along with the John F. Ken- 
nedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Library of 
Congress, and the National Gallery of Art. 

December 2 

■ Renovation A year-long renovation of the Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden's 2.7-acre outdoor plaza 
began, to include a wheelchair entrance, grassy exhibi- 
tion areas for sculpture, additional trees and plantings, 
granite paving, and a pathway along the edge. The 
design was developed in conjunction with museum staff 
by landscape architect James Urban of Annapolis, 
Maryland, and is being carried out by the George 
Hyman Construction Company. 

December J 

■ Cultural Diversity The Office of Public Affairs, in 
conjunction with the deputy assistant secretary for the 
arts and humanities, held two focus groups to deter- 
mine how African Americans learn about Smithsonian 
activities and what the most efficient communication 
channels are for reaching them. The focus groups were a 
direct outgrowth of the OPA Ad Hoc African American 
Media Advisory Committee. 

December 7 

■ Exhibition "Time Covers the War: Personalities from 
World War II" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. 
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Japanese 
attack on Pearl Harbor, this exhibition included 36 
original portraits commissioned for covers of Time 
between 1938 and 1945. 

December 7—8 

■ Seminar To complement the Smithsonian Institution 
Traveling Exhibition Service exhibition '"Degenerate 
Art': The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany," 
the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program, in co- 



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sponsorship with the United States Holocaust Memorial Natural History, the meeting was attended by more 
Museum, presented an all-day seminar with exhibition than IOO American and Filipino scientists, 
viewing and screenings of German silent film master- 
pieces accompanied by live orchestral music. January 



December p 

■ Lecture Francoise Cachin, director of the Musee 
d'Orsay in Paris and granddaughter of artist Paul 
Signac, spoke on French Neo-Impressionist artist 
Georges Seurat in a sold-out lecture sponsored by the 
Smithsonian Resident Associate Program. 

December 15 

■ Special Event The National Zoo and the Friends of 
the National Zoo (FONZ) sponsored a special perfor- 
mance of the play Winnie the Pooh for homeless 
children. Donated gifts were distributed. 

December 16 

■ Lecture An address by Chief Justice William Rehn- 
quist was the highlight of Woodrow Wilson Center ac- 
tivities commemorating the bicentennial of the Bill of 
Rights. 

December iy 

■ Exhibition "Collecting Portrait Prints: Washington 
Print Club Biennial," opened at the National Portrait 
Gallery. Fifty-four portrait images from the collections 
of Washington Print Club members were displayed in 
this 13th biennial exhibition, including prints from the 
15th to the 20th century. 

January 

■ Radio Series Premiere "Spirits of the Present: The 
Legacy from Native America," a 13-part series produced 
by the Office of Telecommunications' Radio Smith- 
sonian, began broadcasting over 410 stations in the 
United States and Canada. 

January 



■ Exhibition The National Museum of African Art 
opened "Purpose and Perfection: Pottery as a Woman's Art 
in Central Africa," a new permanent exhibition featuring 
more than 60 vessels collected between 1900 and 1950. 

January 

■ Exhibition Video "To Achieve These Rights: The 
Struggle for Equality and Self-Determination in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, 1791— 1978" opened at the Anacostia 
Museum. A video epilogue of the same title was 
produced by the Office of Telecommunications as the 
concluding element of the exhibition. 

January 

■ Pilot Program The Smithsonian National Associate 
Program tested the use of media cosponsorship for its 
regional lecture series. Five advertisements, two major 
articles, and three smaller notices appeared in the Tal- 
lahassee Democrat. Over 70 percent of the more than 
1,000 participants ordered their tickets from the adver- 
tisements. Similar media cosponsorships are being 
planned for all future programs. 

January 

■ Visitor Services The National Museum of African Art 
installed a new FM Assistive Listening System, which 
allows hard-of-hearing visitors to have access to tours, 
lectures, films, gallery discussions, and workshops. 



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■ Exhibition Five copies of the Smithsonian Institution 
Traveling Exhibition Service— American Library Associa- 
tion poster panel adaptation of the National Museum of 
Natural History's major Columbus Quincentenary exhibi- 
tion, "Seeds of Change," opened simultaneously in public 
libraries across the United States. The exhibition will visit 
public libraries in all 50 states through early 1994. 



■ Symposium/Workshop The Second USA-Philippines 
Phycology Symposium/Workshop was held in the 
Philippines. Funded by the National Science Founda- 
tion and co-organized by the National Museum of 



January 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service published a brochure and poster 



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with updated information for "The Long Road Up the 
Hill: African Americans in Congress," the popular long- 
running SITES exhibition. 

January 

■ Agreement Ten Japanese paintings from the Freer 
Gallery of Art collection were sent to Japan for conser- 
vation under a pioneering agreement with the Art Re- 
search Foundation, a Tokyo establishment that 
supports international cultural projects, and the 
government of Japan. The project was initiated in 
Japan by Professor Ikuo Hirayama, president of the 
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music 
and senior director of the Art Research Foundation. 
Additional paintings will be sent for conservation 
under a continuing agreement. 

January 

■ Publications The Office of Public Affairs began dis- 
tribution of its two newest brochures, both funded by 
the Educational Outreach Program. "Exploring African 
American Heritage at the Smithsonian" is a four-color, 
12-page visitor brochure distributed to junior high and 
high school students and churches as well as the general 
public. "African & African American Resources at the 
Smithsonian" is a 32-page, two-color brochure that 
gives detailed information on research, collections, 
employment, and selected activities to scholars, jour- 
nalists, students, and others. 



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■ Exhibition Installation of "Affirmations: As- 
semblages by Schroeder Cherry" marked the beginning 
of an effort by the Anacostia Museum to systematically 
feature the works of regional artists in the museum's 
Community Gallery. 

January 

■ Renovation The firm of James Stewart Polshek and 
Partners was hired by Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design to renovate the two townhouses ad- 
jacent to the main museum building and develop a 
plan to integrate the three buildings and the terrace 
and garden into a unified museum complex. The plan 
will also enable the museum to comply with the 
Americans with Disabilities Act. 



January— May 

■ Database The National Museum of African Art's 
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives entered its entire 
collection of 26,500 field slides by renowned Life 
magazine photographer Eliot Elisofon into a new 
database that facilitates access to the collection and 
allows museum staff and archives visitors to conduct 
research by theme as well as ethnic group. 

January p-10 

■ Public Meeting Approximately IOO people attended 
consultation meetings held in Riverside and Sacramen- 
to, California, in the continuing effort by the National 
Museum of the American Indian to solicit participation 
from Indians and Alaskan Natives in the design, con- 
struction, display, and presentation of materials in the 
new museum. 

January 10 

■ Special Event The Smithsonian Resident Associate 
Program celebrated the 100th birthday of film great 
Hal Roach, featuring a dialogue with Roach, film clips, 
and a festive birthday party enjoyed by a capacity 
audience. 

January 1$ 

■ Recording Release The American Songbook, the first con- 
tinuity series from the Smithsonian Collection of 
Recordings, released Irving Berlin, the first album in a 
six-part series, to be followed by recordings of the works 
of George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Harold 
Aden, and Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. 

January 15-18 

■ Symposium Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design sponsored a three-day symposium, "The Edge of 
the Millennium," which explored the impact the new 
millennium might have on the design field. 

January 16 

■ International Visitors The Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory was host to three delegates from the 
Bunkacho (Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan) in the 
third annual visit under the an SI— Bunkacho agree- 
ment. The delegation participated in discussions at the 



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Freer and Sackler galleries, the National Museum of 
Natural History, and CAL. 

January 16 

■ Marketing Campaign The Office of Public Affairs 
launched a year-long advertising campaign in two 
Washington, D.C., Spanish-language newspapers. The 
campaign gives biweekly highlights of Smithsonian 
events of interest to the local Latino community. 

January 18 

■ Special Event The birthday of Martin Luther King, 
Jr., was observed with a free program titled "Freedom Is 
a Constant Struggle," examining the role of the Student 
Non- Violent Coordinating Committee in the civil 
rights movement. The event was presented by the Pro- 
gram in African American Culture at the National 
Museum of American History. 

January 20 

■ Lecture The renowned Nigerian writer Chinua 
Achebe delivered the keynote address on "Martin 
Luther King, Jr., and Africa" at the annual Martin 
Luther King, Jr., holiday celebration. The event was 
sponsored by the Secretary of the Smithsonian and 
the Smithsonian's Cultural Education Committee. 

January 20 

■ Marketing Campaign The Office of Public Affairs 
began to air weekly advertisements on Washington, 
D.C., radio stations WHUR-FM, WKYS-FM, and 
WOL-AM. The campaign was a result of focus 
groups held earlier in the fiscal year. As part of the 
campaign kickoff, OPA shared sponsorship of a three- 
hour Martin Luther King Day celebration on WKYS. 
During January and February, listeners could call the 
Smithsonian Information Center for a packet of infor- 
mation on the Smithsonian and its Black History 
Month events. 

January 21 

■ Speech W. Richard West, Jr., director of the Na- 
tional Museum of the American Indian, delivered the 
keynote address to the annual meeting of the Allied 
Arts Foundation, which supports seven Oklahoma 
City arts organizations. 



January 22—24 

■ Dedication An 11-meter optical reflector designed to 
complement an existing 10-meter instrument in 
programs of ground-based gamma-ray astronomy at the 
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Whipple 
Observatory was dedicated with ceremonies on the 
mountain and a related international workshop. 

January 27 

■ Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center Evening 
Dialogue featured well-known author and Yale Univer- 
sity professor Paul Kennedy, who presented a provoca- 
tive talk on the status of U.S.— Japanese relations and 
the future of the bilateral relationship in a rapidly 
changing world. 

January 50 

■ Lectures Two sold-out Smithsonian Resident As- 
sociate Program lectures featured architectural historian 
Vincent Scully and Gloria Steinem in her second Smith- 
sonian appearance under RAP's aegis. 

January 31 

■ Film Series "Daughters of the Dust," a highly 
praised, feature-length film about a turn-of-the-century 
African American Gullah family, had its Washington 
premiere as part of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculp- 
ture Garden's free film series. The series, also featuring 
artist documentaries and films for young audiences, ran 
throughout the fall, winter, and spring, frequently offer- 
ing films to full houses in advance of their commercial 
release. 

February 

■ Black History Month Special exhibitions, films, 
lectures, performances, and workshops were 
presented throughout the Institution in observance of 
Black History Month. One highlight of the celebra- 
tion was "Roots, Musically Speaking," a lecture 
organized by the Wider Audience Development Pro- 
gram, featuring Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, senior pastor 
of Canaan Baptist Church in Harlem, New York, and 
ethnomusicologist, speaking on the African roots of 
black sacred music. 



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February 

■ Research Agreement The National Museum of Natural 
History signed an agreement in Lima with the Republic 
of Peru for long-term research in the Manu Reserved 
Zone in the Peruvian Amazon lowlands. 

February 

■ Publication The Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education published Protest ana" Patriotism, a 40-page il- 
lustrated curriculum enrichment guide for high school 
teachers, produced in collaboration with the National 
Museum of American History's Division of Political His- 
tory. The kit was distributed to more than 15,0x20 teachers. 

February 

■ Biodiversity Workshops The Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for External Affairs developed and hosted the 
Sustainable Biosphere Project by organizing six regional 
workshops to identify and disseminate successful 
resource management techniques. 

February 

■ Biodiversity With the World Resources Institute, the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary for External Affairs 
hosted a briefing, "Stemming the Tide of Biodiversity 
Loss at the Global and National Level." 

February 

■ International Conference The American-Soviet Film- 
makers Conference, cosponsored by the Smithsonian 
and the U.S. Information Agency, was held at the 
Smithsonian. 

February 

■ Research The establishment of the Mpala Wildlife Re- 
search Trust was announced at a press conference at the 
Embassy of Kenya. The trust, administered jointly by the 
Kenyan Wildlife Service, the National Museums of Kenya, 
the Smithsonian, and Princeton University, will oversee a 
research center at Mpala Ranch in the Kenyan highlands. 

February 

■ Radio Broadcast "Jazz," a Radio Smithsonian special 
produced by the Office of Telecommunications with 



host Julian Bond, aired over National Public Radio in 
honor of Black History Month. 

February 

■ Grants The Smithsonian National Board awarded 
grants of up to $15,000 each for Columbus Quincentenary 
education projects to the National Museum of American 
History, National Museum of Natural History, Office of 
Elementary and Secondary Education, and Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden. The Board also supported 
the Smithsonian's Quincentenary inaugural events. 

February 

■ Publication A Pot of Paint: Aesthetics on Trial in 
Whistler vs. Ruskin, by Linda Merrill, was published by 
Smithsonian Institution Press. It was sponsored for pub- 
lication by the Regents' Publication Program. 

February 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Institution Press book 
Benjamin 0. Davis, Jr.: American was issued in paperback 
by Plume Penguin. 

February 

■ Exhibition Opening The National Museum of African 
Art displayed a rare cast metal ring from its collection 
in the exhibition "Between Man and the Gods: Sacrifice 
and Ceremony on a Cast Metal Ring." The exhibition 
was the result of research conducted by Curator Roslyn 
Walker. 

February 

■ Acquisition Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters 
presented the Anacostia Museum with 35 videotapes 
of African American church and family histories. A 
special emphasis was placed on the role of women in 
the church. 

February 

■ Bilingual Program The Smithsonian National As- 
sociate Program held its first bilingual program in El 
Paso, Texas, and Juarez, Mexico. The invitational 
brochure was translated into Spanish, as were the 
events held in Mexico. 



February 

■ Fund Raising Net unrestricted income from the 
Smithsonian National Associate Program's 1991 year- 
end fund-raising appeal to Contributing Members 
exceeded $250,000. 

February 1 

■ Exhibition "The Levy-Franks Family Colonial 
Portraits" opened at the National Portrait Gallery. The 
seven portraits (1725—35) are among the few surviving 
family groupings from the colonial period; the sitters 
were leading members of New York's Jewish com- 
munity. The exhibition also included correspondence 
and family silver. It was organized by the Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston, with participation and support from 
the American Jewish Historical Society, Waltham, 
Massachusetts. 

February Jr-2 

■ Performance Beggar's Holiday, a Broadway musical 
composed by Duke Ellington and lost for decades, 
received its first two performances in 45 years in a criti- 
cally acclaimed concert version at the National Museum 
of American History. Its score was reconstructed by the 
museum's Division of Museum Programs staff from frag- 
ments discovered in the vast Duke Ellington Collection 
held in the NMAH Archives Center. 

February 2 

■ Benefit The Red Sage restaurant in Washington, 
D.C., held its grand opening as a benefit for the Nation- 
al Museum of the American Indian; the hosts and 
guests contributed $12,500. 

February 3 

m New Facility The Smithsonian Board of Regents ap- 
proved the acquisition of a small house on Colon Island, 
Bocas del Toro, to serve as a research station for scien- 
tists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
interested in studying the pristine marine and ter- 
restrial habitats along the Atlantic coast of Panama. 

February 3—29 

■ Collection Care The Spirit of St. Louis was lowered to 
the floor of the Milestones of Flight Hall for cleaning 



and inspection by the National Air and Space Museum 
collections management staff. The work, including re- 
rigging and ultrasonic testing, was done in full view of 
the public. 

February 4 

■ Exhibition "Martin Puryear," a retrospective exhibi- 
tion of 38 works by the influential Washington-born 
sculptor, opened at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculp- 
ture Garden with a festive evening reception on Martin 
Puryear Day (proclaimed by District of Columbia 
Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly). Puryear returned April I to 
conduct a workshop for high school students. The 
exhibition, supported in Washington by theTruland 
Family Foundation and Truland Systems Corporation, 
was organized by the Art Institute of Chicago. 

February 7 

■ Concerts The cultural traditions of Korea were the 
focus of the "Series in Celebration of Korean Performing 
Arts," featuring three free public concerts by Korean 
artists. The series was cosponsored by the Arthur M. 
Sackler Gallery and the U.S.-Korea Foundation of 
Washington, D.C., and made possible by funding from 
United Technologies Corporation. 

February p 

■ Special Event The National Museum of American 
Art hosted a Chinese Lunar New Year celebration on its 
front steps for neighbors and friends of the museum. 

February 15 

■ Festival "Sugar and Spice," a free festival held in con- 
junction with the "Seeds of Change" exhibition at the 
National Museum of Natural History, featured 
demonstrations, food, and music illustrating the impact 
of the Caribbean sugar industry on Europeans, African 
slaves, and indigenous Americans. Subsequent festivals 
featured potatoes and corn. 

February 18 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Book of Books, a history 
of books and bookmaking, was the lead title and cover 
subject of the Smithsonian Institution Press fall 1992 
catalogue. It was also featured at the American Book- 
sellers Association annual convention in June. 



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February 18 

■ New Project The Save Outdoor Sculpture! project, or- 
ganized by the National Museum of American Art and the 
National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Proper- 
ty, was launched by nationwide press announcement. 

February 20 

■ Honor The Smithsonian Institution awarded its 
Langley Medal to Lt. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. 
(USAF, ret.), whose lifetime of achievements includes 
leading the first squadrons of African American pilots — 
popularly known as the "Tuskegee Airmen" — into 
battle during World War II. 



sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
Education and Public Service, the Wider Audience 
Development Program, the National Museum of 
American History, and the Office of Quincentenary 
Programs. 

February 26 

■ Cultural Diversity Cooper-Hewitt, National 
Museum of Design held a panel discussion, book 
signing, and reception to celebrate the book African 
American Architects in Current Practice. This event 
reinforced CHM's commitment to foster dialogue on 
the contributions of diverse cultures to architecture and 
design. 



February 20 

■ Exhibition "Hiram Powers: An American Sculptor and 
His Private Patrons," curated by David Dearinger of the 
New York Regional Center of the Archives of American 
Art, featured the work of one of the best known and most 
influential sculptors of the mid-ioth century. The exhibi- 
tion included a selection from the Hiram Powers Papers, 
one of the most extensive in the Archives of American Art 
and one of the most important extant archival sources deal- 
ing with American sculpture. 

February 21 

■ Ceremony In conjunction with the National Museum 
of American History, the Wider Audience Development 
Program organized a rededication ceremony for the 
exhibition "A More Perfect Union," featuring remarks 
from four Japanese American internees including Rep. 
Norman Mineta (D-Calif). 



February 27 

■ Loan In recognition of a friendship originally sym- 
bolized by a gift of $1 million from the government of 
Korea for the construction of the Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery, a bronze Buddhist temple bell made in 
approximately 1100 went on view at the Sackler Gallery 
during a two-year loan from the National Museum of 
Korea in Seoul. 

February 28 

■ Exhibition The National Air and Space Museum 
opened its gallery commemorating the 25th anniversary 
of the popular television series "Star Trek." Because of 
the public response, the Visitor Information and 
Associates' Reception Center implemented a special 
pass system for visiting the exhibition. 

March 



February 2$ 

■ Public Program 'An Evening with Katharine 
Graham," an offering in the National Portrait Gallery's 
"self-portrait" series, featured the chairman of the board 
of the Washington Post Company, interviewed by Marc 
Pachter. 

February 26 

■ Lecture Gloria Molina, member of the Los Angeles 
County Board of Supervisors, delivered an address, "The 
Changing Face of Urban Politics and Culture," and par- 
ticipated in a panel discussion. The program was co- 



■ Symposium and Exhibition The Smithsonian Institu- 
tion Libraries, in cooperation with the National 
Museum of American History, held a symposium on 
"World's Fairs and Modern Life" that was attended by 
scholars, collectors, and the public. The theme was tied 
to SIL's exhibition "World's Fairs," which displayed a 
colorful range of publications and souvenirs from inter- 
national expositions held between 1851 and 1940. 

March 

■ Conference The Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs developed and hosted "U.S. Economic 
Opportunities in Global Environmental Agreements." 



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March 

■ International Meeting The Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for External Affairs hosted the first meeting of 
the ministers of education of 12 former Soviet republics. 

March 

■ Biodiversity Conference With the Society for Eth- 
nobiology, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Ex- 
ternal Affairs developed and held a conference "Can 
Nuts Save the Rainforest? The Promise of Ethnobiology 
and Non-Timber Forest Products." 

March 

■ International Visitor The Office of International Rela- 
tions coordinated a visit to the Smithsonian by "Mama" 
C. Tamanda Kadzamira, first lady of Malawi. 

March 

■ Exhibition Videos Two short videos produced by the 
Office of Telecommunications opened in the National 
Museum of Natural History's experimental exhibition, 
"The World of Ecosystems." 

March 

■ Awards The Smithsonian Institution Press books 
The Music of Stephen Foster; Archaeological and Historical 
Perspective on the Spanish Borderlands East; and The First 
Golden Age of Rocketry were selected for the American 
Library Association's CHOICE awards as Outstanding 
Academic Books of 1992. 

March 

U Visitor Services Public information telephone calls 
received by the Visitor Information and Associates' 
Reception Center exceeded 38,000, representing the 
second busiest month in nearly 10 years. 

March 

■ Publications Smithsonian Institution Libraries pub- 
lished The Books of the Fairs: Materials about World's 
Fairs, l8}4—Ipl6, in the Smithsonian Institution Libraries 
(American Library Association), an illustrated, an- 
notated bibliography of 1,700 titles in the SIL collec- 
tions with a scholarly essay by Robert W. Rydell. The 



publication is a result of a preservation project in which 
some 2,000 deteriorating volumes were microfilmed. 

March 

■ Publication The Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education began publication of the Green Bulletin, a 
monthly newsletter on Smithsonian education to en- 
hance communication among the Institution's educators 
and between educators and other Smithsonian staff. 

March 

■ Name Change The Office of Folklife Programs was 
renamed the Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural 
Studies to better reflect the office's scope of research and 
activities and increasing interest in issues of cultural 
diversity, conservation, and policy. 

March 

■ Acquisition The Native American Museums and Cul- 
tural Centers Subject File, organized by the Office of 
Museum Programs, was deposited in the Museum Refer- 
ence Center. The file contains written and photographic 
resources on more than 100 museums and cultural 
centers. 

March 

■ Exhibition "Poster Portraits," an exhibition as- 
sembled from National Portrait Gallery collections, 
featured posters promoting Wild West shows, athletic 
events, political campaigns, and Hollywood films. 
Included were such popular figures as Thomas Edison, 
Buffalo Bill Cody, Charlie Chaplin, James Cagney, Rita 
Hayworth, Thomas E. Dewey, and Harry S. Truman. 

March 

■ Research The 15th annual conference of the Society of 
Ethnobotany, co-organized by National Museum of 
Natural History anthropologists, was held at the Smith- 
sonian. At the meeting, a museum anthropologist and 
colleagues announced the discovery of what they believe 
is the wild ancestor of today's summer squashes. Their 
findings provide convincing new evidence for the impor- 
tance of Native American plant domestication in pre- 
historic eastern North America. 



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■ Collection Documentation The National Museum of 
Natural History presented a complete set of 
photographs documenting the Mohave tribal collections 
housed in the museum to Mohave representatives for 
use in their cultural and educational programs. 

March 

■ New Equipment The Smithsonian Tropical Research 
Institute installed a new Potain crane at the 
Metropolitan Nature Park to continue studies of the 
forest canopy. The leased crane, supported by a grant 
from the German and Finnish governments, gives re- 
searchers access to a considerably more extensive 
canopy area than the crane previously used as a 
prototype. 

March— June 



■ Performance The Smithsonian Resident Associate 
Program presented Rosemary Clooney in her Smith- 
sonian debut at a sold-out gala evening, highlighted by 
Clooney 's presentation of her first gold record for 
"C'mon-a My House" to the National Museum of 
American History. RAP Director Janet Solinger 
presented the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal to 
Clooney and announced a contribution to the Betty 
Clooney Foundation for Persons with Brain Injury. 

March 5-8 

■ Program Office of Exhibits Central Designer Ken- 
neth Young and Editor Diana Cohen conducted an ex- 
hibition workshop in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, as part of 
an Organization of American States' program, "The 
Museum as Collector and Interpreter of National 
Heritage." 



■ Research The first ground-based detection of ultra- 
high-energy gamma rays from a source outside our galaxy 
was made by an international group at the Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory's Whipple Observatory. 

March I 

U Exhibition The highly successful exhibition 
"Homecoming: William H. Johnson and Afro- 
America, 1938-1946" closed at the National Museum 
of American Art to begin its national tour of four 
venues at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 
New York City. 

March 2 

■ Lecture For Women's History Month, Delegate 
Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C) addressed contemporary 
issues facing working women. The event was coordinated 
by the Wider Audience Development Program. 



March 6 

■ Public Programs As part of its efforts to expand 
public awareness and understanding of Asian culture, 
the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery presented the first of 
eight free public performances of Pacific Bridge 
Theatre's interpretation of three Japanese No plays in a 
program titled "Long After Love." The Pacific Bridge 
Theatre experiments in bridging theatrical experiences 
of different cultures. 

March 6 

■ Exhibition The exhibition "Between Home and 
Heaven: Contemporary Landscape Photography," drawn 
from the National Museum of American Art's newly 
formed collection of 300 images, opened at the museum 
and later will begin a national tour of seven museums. 

March 7-1} 



March } 

■ Lecture Archives of American Art members par- 
ticipated in a lecture and guided tour of the exhibition 
"American Masters: Six Artists from the Permanent 
Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art." 
New York Regional Director Stephen Polcari was lec- 
turer and exhibit guide. 



■ Conference The National Science Resources Center 
convened its first Working Conference on Precollege 
Science Education for Scientists and Engineers. The con- 
ference is the first of four annual meetings designed to 
help scientists and engineers become more effectively in- 
volved in elementary science education reform. Twenty- 
eight participants from academia, federal research 
facilities, and private industry attended. 



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March 26-29 



■ Conference The Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education cosponsored with the Quality Education for 
Minorities Network a national working conference to 
propose guidelines for ensuring quality multicultural edu- 
cation for children from kindergarten through grade 12. 

March 10 

■ Gift The Freer Gallery of Art received $1.5 million 
from the B. Y Lam Foundation of Hong Kong to acquire 
Chinese works of art. The gift was the largest the gallery 
has received from a single donor since its opening in 1923. 

March 11 



m Conference Participation The National Science 
Resources Center was a major participant at the annual 
conference of the National Science Teachers Association 
involving more than 500 teachers. 

March 29 

■ Exhibition "First Ladies: Political Role and Public 
Image," opened to the public at the National Museum 
of American History. It is the first major museum 
exhibition to study first ladies from Martha Washing- 
ton to Barbara Bush in the contexts of political history, 
women's history, and evolving public perceptions and 
expectations of the office. 



■ Award Established The Shimada Prize honoring 
excellence in East Asian art history scholarship was 
founded by the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Freer 
Gallery of Art, and the Metropolitan Center for Far East- 
ern Art Studies in Kyoto, Japan. The $10,000 biennial 
prize will be presented to the author of an outstanding 
recent publication in the field. The prize is named for the 
eminent Japanese scholar, Professor Shimada Shujiro. 

March 17-18 

■ Conference The Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education convened a working conference to examine 
strategies for developing new Smithsonian programs to 
reach teenagers, especially local at-risk teenagers. Repre- 
sentative teenagers, youth group directors, community 
leaders, teachers, and museum educators assessed the 
needs of teenage audiences and determined what kinds 
of programs would best meet these needs. 

March ip 

U Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center meeting on 
"Sustainable Peace and Democracy in Central America" 
featured Nobel laureate Oscar Arias Sanchez, who exam- 
ined the future of Latin America's new democracies. 



March 30 

■ Exhibition An exhibition of 43 baskets, "John 
McQueen: The Language of Containment," opened at 
the Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of 
American Art. 

April 

■ Publication Hail to the Candidate by Keith Melder, a 
book about the American elective process featuring the 
National Museum of American History's Becker Collec- 
tion, was published by Smithsonian Institution Press 
and chosen as a gift book by the Office of Development. 

April 

■ Milestone The Smithsonian National Associate 
Program's Contributing Membership total exceeded 
70,000 households; contributions exceeded $8 million. 

April 

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



March 26 

■ Benefit and Exhibition The New England Committee 
of the Archives of American Art sponsored a preview 
benefit of "Kindred Spirits," an exhibition of important 
artists' letters and manuscripts from the collection of 
Professor Maurice Bloch. 



April 

■ Symposium An international symposium on amphipods 
was held at the National Museum of Natural History in 
honor of the late Dr. J. Laurence Barnard. Twenty-five 
colleagues from 12 countries presented papers on current 
trends and future priorities in amphipod research. 



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April 



April 4-8 



■ Research Michael Kucher of the University of 
Delaware and Gregory Dreicer of Cornell University 
began their fellowships as the first two scholars in the 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries/Dibner Library Resi- 
dent Scholar Program. The program was established to 
foster the study of the history of science and technology 
and is funded by the Dibner Fund. 

April 

■ Appointment Sudeep Anand, formerly with Citibank 
as vice-president for corporate finance in India, was 
appointed treasurer of the Smithsonian Institution. 

April 

■ Meeting The Smithsonian National Board held its 
spring meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, featuring 
the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra in a free 
public concert. 

April 

■ International Visitor K. Nojima, of Japan's Urban 
Culture Foundation, and N. Ishizuka, of the Ministry of 
Construction, visited the Smithsonian to discuss an ex- 
change program that brought three Japanese researchers 
to the Smithsonian in 1992 and sent the first of several 
Smithsonian researchers to Japan. 

April 

■ New Equipment A new scanning electron microscope, 
acquired with a grant to the Smithsonian Tropical Re- 
search Institute from the Erna and Victor Hasselblad 
Foundation of Sweden, was installed at the Tupper Cen- 
ter, making possible high-resolution photographs of or- 
ganisms under study. 

April 

■ Internships The Office of Fellowships and Grants 
selected 26 minority interns for the summer term. 

April-August 

m New Equipment The 6.5-meter replacement mirror 
for the joint University of Arizona-Smithsonian Institu- 
tion Multiple Mirror Telescope was successfully cast. 



■ Program The Office of Exhibits Central presented a 
workshop on exhibition production techniques for repre- 
sentatives from American Indian institutions as part of 
the Office of Museum Programs' "Training in Museum 
Work for Native Communities." 

April 7 

■ Film Premiere The Smithsonian Resident Associate 
Program presented the Washington premiere of 
Howards End, with producer Ismail Merchant and 
director James Ivory in attendance for the screening 
and festive reception. 

April 7 

■ Lecture A Woodrow Wilson Center program spot- 
lighted Raul Alfonsin, former president of Argentina, 
who was a guest scholar at the center. Alfonsin spoke 
about issues in the transition to a democratic society. 

April j-p 

■ Symposium The first Smithsonian Astrophysical 
Observatory "Symposium on Star Formation and Re- 
lated Topics" was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

April 7-9 

■ Seminar The Conservation Analytical Laboratory 
course "Leather for Conservators," coordinated by Senior 
Textiles Conservator Mary Ballard and Objects Conser- 
vator Mary Lou Garbin, was attended by 12 participants 
from around the United States and Canada. 

April p 

■ Death Carmen E. Turner, under secretary since mid- 
December 1990, died after a long illness. 

April p 

m Death Martin Williams, teacher, author, critic, and 
lifelong student of jazz and American popular culture, 
died. His books ranged from histories, critiques, and 
commentaries on American jazz to collections of 
American comics. 



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April 16 



■ Marketing Karen Legett, midday radio personality 
on Washington, D.C., station WMAL-FM, began a 
weekly interview with Office of Public Affairs staffers 
on events, exhibitions, and museum tips for listeners. 
The five-minute segment will continue indefinitely 
each Friday as part of the station's programming, at no 
cost to the Smithsonian. 

April II 

■ Milestone At the National Zoological Park, a new- 
born gorilla was adopted by a io-year-old female who 
was still nursing her own n-month-old baby. The 
natural mother apparently rejected her infant and per- 
mitted the adoption, an extremely rare phenomenon. 

April II 



m Milestone The National Zoo celebrated the 20th 
anniversary of the arrival of the giant pandas. 

April 16 

■ Special Event The Anacostia Museum, in conjunction 
with the Howard University Department of History, 
sponsored "First Freed," an observance of Emancipation 
in the District of Columbia. 

April 20 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Tropical Research 
Institute's bilingual exhibit "Parting the Green Cur- 
tain: The Evolution of Tropical Biology in Panama" 
opened at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica of 
Ecuador, where it attracted more than 4,000 visitors. 



■ Acquisition John Singleton Copley's portrait of Mrs. 
George Watson (1765), acquired by the National Museum 
of American Art, went on public view. 

April 12 

■ Film Screening In conjunction with the National 
Museum of American History, the Wider Audience 
Development Program hosted Director Steven Okazaki 
for a screening of his Academy Award— winning 
documentary of one woman's experience in Japanese 
American internment camps. 

April If 

■ Exhibition "Arnold Newman's Americans," an 
exhibition celebrating the National Portrait Gallery's 
acquisition of IOI of Newman's photographs, opened at 
the gallery. Newman's long association with such 
magazines as Life, Look, Fortune, and Holiday brought 
him assignments to photograph most of the major per- 
sonalities of post-Depression America. 

April 1$ 

■ Exhibition Opening "Recent Acquisitions/New 
Dimensions" opened at the National Museum of 
African Art. The exhibition featured etchings, linocuts, 
watercolors, tapestries, and ceramics by nine modern 
artists from Nigeria, Cote d'lvoire, South Africa, and 
Kenya. 



April 20 

■ Acquisition By special purchase through the 
McBurnie Fund and the Smithsonian Major Acquisi- 
tions Fund, the National Museum of American 
History's Division of Graphic Arts acquired a working 
model of a Genard printing press, dating from about 
1787, that the inventor had presented to members of the 
French Academy. 

April 22 

■ Reception A reception was held to commemorate the 
National Museum of the American Indian National 
Campaign's first year of operation. 

April 2} 

■ Conference The Rockefeller Foundation Division of 
Arts and Humanities cosponsored with the Office of 
Environmental Awareness a meeting with artists and 
writers to discuss ways to incorporate arts and 
humanities in environmental exhibitions. 

April 2} 

■ Cultural Diversity As a result of the first meeting of 
the Office of Public Affairs' Ad Hoc Latino Media Ad- 
visory Committee, held in late November, OPA opened 
a Spanish-language, 24-hour, general-information 
phone line in cooperation with the Visitor Information 



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and Associates' Reception Center. A three-minute 
recording features highlights of Smithsonian exhibi- 
tions and activities of special interest to Latinos. One- 
page Spanish-language flyers were also prepared for 
distribution at museum information desks. 

April 25-26 

■ Special Events The National Zoo celebrated Earth 
Day with special animal training demonstrations, an ex- 
tinct animals memorial, hands-on activities, and special 
talks and tours. 

April 26 

■ Honor Richard P. Wunder, an independent scholar, 
was awarded the fourth annual Charles C. Eldredge 
Prize by the National Museum of American Art for his 
1991 book, Hiram Powers, Vermont Sculptor, 1805-18/3. 

April 27-May I 

■ Conference Participation At the Materials Research 
Society Meeting in San Francisco, cosponsored by the 
Conservation Analytical Laboratory and the Getty Con- 
servation Institute, CAL staff, fellows, interns, and re- 
search collaborators presented 11 papers and 4 posters 
and served as session chairs. 

April 28-30 

U Retreat A retreat sponsored by the Office of Environ- 
mental Awareness, held at the Donaldson Brown Center 
in Pore Deposit, Maryland, assembled scholars and 
fisheries experts to plan "Ocean Planet," a traveling 
exhibition slated to open at the National Museum of 
Natural History in 199s. 

April 30 

■ Cultural Heritage Observation In honor of Asian 
Pacific American Heritage Month, the Wider 
Audience Development Program organized "Chow 
Mein and Salsa: Asians in the Americas." Dr. Evelyn 
Hu-DeHart, director of the Center for Studies of Eth- 
nicity and Race in America at the University of 
Colorado at Boulder, spoke on Asians throughout the 
Americas. 



April 30 

U Honor W. Richard West, Jr., director of the Na- 
tional Museum of the American Indian, was the 
honored guest at an assembly at the Native American 
Magnet School in Buffalo, New York. The children 
presented West with the proceeds from a soda can 
drive that the school conducted as a fund raiser for 
the museum. 

May 

■ Grant The Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service, the National Museum of American 
History, the Office of Public Affairs, and the Office of 
Development hosted a major media event to announce a 
$7 million grant from the Lila Wallace— Reader's Digest 
Fund awarded to the Smithsonian for a 10-year jazz 
initiative entitled "America's Jazz Heritage." The award 
is the largest single grant ever given to the Smith- 
sonian. The news conference included a performance by 
the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra. 

May 

■ Workshop "Space for Women," a one-day workshop 
at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory on 
opportunities and options for women in astronomy, 
astrophysics, and the earth sciences, attracted Boston- 
area high school students. 

May 

■ International Conference The Smithsonian Environ- 
mental Research Center helped host Water Quality 
International, a research conference of the Internation- 
al Water Pollution Control Federation attended by 
5,000 scientists and engineers from more than 50 
countries. 

May 

■ Acquisition The National Museum of African Art 
acquired 12 etchings by Mohammad Omer Khalil, a 
living Sudanese artist born in 1936. 

May 



■ Award "Moving America's Mail," a short video 
produced by the Office of Telecommunications for the 
new National Postal and Philatelic Museum, won two 



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MUSE Awards from the American Association of 
Museums as best in category and third place in the over- 
ail competition. 



American gardens and parks, along with related files. 
The collection will become part of the Smithsonian's 
Archives of American Gardens. 



May 

■ Grants James Smithson Society grants totaling 
$430,850 were awarded to 15 Smithsonian projects. 

May 

■ Museum Shops A new museum shop sales component 
opened in the Smithsonian Information Center. 

May 

■ Conference Participation At the first National Science 
Foundation— sponsored National Forum on Children's 
Science Books, National Science Resources Center 
Director of Publications Kathleen Johnston chaired a 
panel on publishers' and reviewers' views of children's 
science trade books. 

May 

■ Publication The Office of Elementary and Secondary 
Education published "Band Music in American Life," 
the first in the office's Smithsonian Chronicles series of 
primary source portfolios for high school use. 

May 2 

■ Lecture Filipino American labor leader Philip Vera 
Cruz spoke on his role in the establishment of the 
United Farm Workers Union. His talk was coordinated 
by the Wider Audience Development Program. 

May y 

■ Donation The estate of Earl S. Tupper donated $1.5 
million to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
to support scientific research on tropical biology. An ad- 
ditional $1 million annually for 1993 and 1994 was part 
of the donation. 



May I}-IS 

■ Conference Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of 
Design cosponsored a conference, "Universal Design: 
Access to Daily Living," in conjunction with Pratt In- 
stitute and Columbia University College of Physicians 
and Surgeons' Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. 
The conference was a forum on design issues that affect 
people with disabilities. 

May 14 

■ Education Program The National Air and Space 
Museum's Education Office, Department of Space His- 
tory, and Laboratory for Astrophysics presented the first 
museum "School Night." The program brings local stu- 
dents, teachers, and administrators into the museum 
after public hours for a program of lectures, films, and 
demonstrations. 

May 1$ 

■ Symposium Dumbarton Oaks and the Arthur M Sack- 
ler Gallery cosponsored a symposium, "Mughal Gardens: 
Sources, Representations, Places, and Prospects," to ex- 
amine historical, political, social and artistic aspects of the 
gardens of Mughal India. The meeting opened with a lec- 
ture by Elizabeth Moynihan; the Sackler Gallery session of 
the two-day event was made possible through the 
generosity of Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler. 

May ip 

■ International Briefing At a special briefing breakfast 
in Washington, D.C., National Museum of the 
American Indian Director W Richard West, Jr., in- 
formed embassy officials and the international media 
about the National Museum of the American Indian col- 
lection and the National Campaign. 



May 12 

■ Gift The Garden Club of American presented 
Secretary Robert McC. Adams with the deed of gift for 
the historic collection of more than 30,000 glass-plate 
slides, photographs, and 35mm slides depicting 



May 20 

■ Exhibition The National Air and Space Museum 
opened "Republic P-47 Thunderbolt," the first in the 
museum's "Air Power in World War II" series, which 
will run through 1995. 



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May 28 



■ Tour An Archives Society members' tour, private 
viewing of the arc collection, and tour of the grounds of 
the Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain, Boston 
(established in 1848) was sponsored by the New England 
Regional Center of the Archives of American Art. The 
tour provided a rare view of what has been hailed as 
Daniel Chester French's greatest work, The Angel of 
Death Staying the Hand of the Sculptor, a bronze memorial 
to the noted 19th-century sculptor Martin Milmore. 

May 21-22 

■ Workshop Series The Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory, the National Gallery of Art, and the Canadian 
Conservation Institute presented "Art in Transit," the first 
in a series of workshops to be held in the United States and 
Canada The workshop attracted 78 participants. 

May 26-} I 

■ Conference Participation Wider Audience Develop- 
ment Program Director Marshall Wong coordinated a 
panel titled "Preserving Our Collective Memory: 
Museological Issues Facing the Asian Pacific Com- 
munity" at the annual conference of the Association of 
Asian American Studies. 

May 27 

■ Cultural Diversity The Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries were awarded $37,500 by the James Smithson 
Society to establish a pilot program for a postgraduate 
residency for minorities in library and information science. 

May 27 

■ Benefit and Exhibition The Archives of American Art 
West Coast Regional Center, San Marino, California, 
sponsored a preview benefit of "Semina," an exhibition 
devoted to the underground publication (1957—63). Semi- 
na was co-produced by Wallace Berman (1926—76), a 
leading artist in California during the 1950s and 1960s. 
The Archives recently acquired the Berman papers. 

May 27-30 

■ Workshop The first International Workshop on 
Luminous High Latitude Stars was held at the Smith- 
sonian Astrophysical Observatory. 



■ Conference A conference on "Education Improvement 
Planning" was held at the Smithsonian, cosponsored by 
the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education and 
Public Service and the Society for Applied Learning 
Technology. The development of standards and practices 
in the application of technology to learning methods for 
school personnel was the subject. 

May 28-30 

■ Special Event As part of its increasing focus on in- 
dividual fund raising, the Office of Development spon- 
sored a weekend of activities, "Exploring the Smithsonian 
Universe," for top individual donors and prospects. 

May 29-30 

■ Symposium A symposium titled "Contemporary 
American Culture," organized by the National Museum 
of American Art, was held in conjunction with the 
exhibition "Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 
1965-1985." 

Summer 

■ Research A field team led by a National Museum of 
Natural History paleoanthropologist found the first 
fossil skeletal evidence (a million-year-old molar tooth) 
of hominids at Olorgesailie in Kenya since excavations 
were initiated at this site by the Leakeys 50 years ago. 

June 

■ Volunteers Twenty-four men and women completed 
the National Museum of African Art's nine-month 
docent training program. The museum now has 88 
weekday and weekend docents. 



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■ Internships The Office of Fellowships and Grants 
negotiated a second-year contract with the Quality 
Education for Minorities Network to sponsor three 
interns to come to the Institution. 

June 

■ Tour The Archives of American Art Detroit Council 
organized the members' art tour, "A Splash of Sunshine 



in the Rockies," to explore the landscapes, history, and 
lifestyles that characterized some of the art of the 
American West. 



third printing by Smithsonian Institution Press only a 
year after publication. The book was drawn from a 
Smithsonian— Rockefeller Foundation conference. 



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■ New Facility The Centre for the Study of Biological 
Diversity opened on the campus of the University of 
Guyana. A joint project of the National Museum of 
Natural History, the university, and the World Wildlife 
Fund, the center provides library, office, laboratory, and 
collection space for studies of the flora and fauna now 
under way by the museum's Biodiversity of the Guianas 
project in collaboration with the university. 

June 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service hosted the traveling exhibition "Art 
as Activist: Revolutionary Posters from Central and 
Eastern Europe" in the International Gallery. Former 
Czech and Slovak Republic Ambassador Rita Klimova 
gave the keynote address at a special reception. 

June 

■ Conference Participation Assistant Secretary for Exter- 
nal Affairs Thomas E. Lovejoy represented the United 
States as an alternate delegate at the United Nations 
Conference on Environment and Development in Rio 
de Janeiro. 

June 

■ Conference The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Ex- 
ternal Affairs cosponsored a conference with the United 
Nations University, 'The Definition and Measurement of 
Sustainability: The Biophysical Foundations." 



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■ Travel Program Fifty-eight Contributing Members 
of the Smithsonian National Associate Program 
traveled to northern Japan and Russia's far east on an 
exclusive three-week study tour with Assistant 
Secretary for the Sciences Robert Hoffmann and 
William Fitzhugh and James Luhr of the National 
Museum of Natural History. 

June 

■ New Facility Architects and engineers were selected 
to design and construct the National Museum of the 
American Indian cultural resources facility in Suitland, 
Maryland. The facility is expected to be completed in 
1997. 

June 

■ Acquisition The National Museum of African Art ac- 
quired a monumental Ubangi slit drum carved in the 
form of a bush cow. 

June 2—y 

■ Conference Participation At the annual meeting of the 
American Institute for Conservation of Historic and 
Artistic Works held in Buffalo, New York, Conserva- 
tion Analytical Laboratory staff and interns presented 12 
papers. 

June 4 



June 

■ Exhibition Videos Five videos produced by the Office 
of Telecommunications accompanied the "American 
Encounters" exhibition at the National Museum of 
American History. 

June 

U Publication Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics 
of Museum Display, edited by Ivan Karp of the National 
Museum of Natural History and Steven Lavine, had its 



■ Luncheon Julie Harris, celebrated stage and screen 
actress, was guest of honor at a luncheon and spoke to 
National Portrait Gallery docents. Harris was in 
Washington starring in the role of a docent in the play 
Lettice and Lovage at the National Theater. 

June 4 

■ Visitor Services Bus service between the National 
Mall and the Anacostia Museum was inaugurated. The 
bus also transports local school and civic groups to the 
Anacostia Museum. 



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June 9 

■ Conference Participation Anacostia Museum Director 
Steven Newsome was a featured speaker at the "Politics 
of Collecting" conference in Walsall, England. 

June II 

■ Lecture At a Woodrow Wilson Center Evening 
Dialogue on "Federalism: Problems and Prospects of a 
Constitutional Value," Associate Justice Sandra Day O'- 
Connor addressed the complex jurisdictional problems 
raised by the pattern of American federalism. 

June II 

■ Exhibition "Crosscurrents of Modernism: Four Latin 
American Pioneers," an exhibition organized by the 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculptute Garden as part of the 
Smithsonian's Quincentenary observance, opened with 
94 works by Mexican Diego Rivera, Uruguayan Joaquin 
Torres-Garcia, Cuban Wifredo Lam, and Chilean-born 
Matta. A bilingual (Spanish and English) catalog and 
brochure were published for the exhibition. Educational 
events included a scholarly symposium on June 27 and a 
festival— family day celebration on September 5. 

June 1 1- 1 2 

■ Conference "Analytical Image Processing in Art and 
Archives," organized by the Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory and the National Archives and Records Ad- 
ministration, brought together some 40 people from the 
United States, Canada, and Europe who use digital 
image processing in conservation, art history, and ar- 
chaeology. 

June I2-July 8 

■ Workshop "Design and Planning of Museum 
Facilities" was arranged by the Office of Museum 
Programs for architects from Ghana working to restore 
Elmina Castle. 

June IS 

■ Benefit A celebrity art auction to benefit the Nation- 
al Museum of the American Indian was sponsored by 
Washington Artworks, a volunteer group that includes 
many members of Congress, their spouses, local busi- 
ness leaders, and arts patrons. Mrs. George Bush served 



as honorary chair, and Bob Schieffer of CBS News was 
master of ceremonies. The auction netted approximately 
$60,000. 

June 16, June $0, July 7, July 21 

■ Lecture-Performances "De Generacion a Generacion," a 
summer lecture-concert series at Cooper-Hewitt, Na- 
tional Museum of Design explored the culture and tradi- 
tions that give form and meaning to Mexican craft, 
ritual, music, film, and dance. 

June 17 

m Conservation The two-year conservation of Harmony 
in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room, the only surviving 
interior scheme by American expatriate artist James 
McNeill Whistler, was completed in the Freer Gallery 
of Art. The project planning and execution involved the 
Freer staff and conservators from the University of 
Delaware/Winterthur Art Conservation Program. The 
project was supported by the Getty Grant Program of 
the J. Paul Getty Trust, the James Smithson Society, 
and the Mars Foundation. 

June 22 

■ Acquisition The National Numismatic Collection of 
the National Museum of American History acquired 
from Frank Kovacs of San Mateo, California, a gift of 
142 counterfeit dies of ancient Greek, Roman, and 
Byzantine coins. The dies will allow identification and 
documentation of counterfeit coins previously thought 
authentic by experts and museums throughout the 
world. 

June 22 

■ Celebration More than 5,000 people attended 
Juneteenth '92 at the Anacostia Museum, an annual ob- 
servance of the day that slaves in Texas learned about 
the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Live per- 
formances, craft demonstrations, storytelling, and pup- 
petry were featured. 

June 22-26, July 22-24 

■ Summer Institute The National Science Resources 
Center held two Elementary Science Leadership In- 
stitutes for 29 participating teams of administrators, cur- 
riculum and instruction supervisors, science 



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coordinators, master teachers, scientists, and business 
and industry representatives to study the use of hands- 
on curriculum units to improve elementary science 
programs. Sponsors included Dow Chemical Company 
Foundation and the Hewlett-Packard Company. For the 
first time, two foreign teams — from Mexico and On- 
tario, Canada — attended the institute. 



school juniors from the Duke Ellington School of the 
Arts inaugurated the museum's pilot Young Inter- 
preters Program, performing vignettes in the "Field to 
Factory" exhibition, giving demonstrations throughout 
the museum, and learning how to research and create 
historically based characters for presentation in exhibi- 
tion spaces. 



June 22 



June jo 



■ Summer Seminars The Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education offered 12 summer seminars for 
teachers, the product of collaborations with five 
museums, the Smithsonian Environmental Research 
Center, and the Experimental Gallery. More than 250 
teachers studied such topics as the arts of China, teach- 
ing ecology, cross-cultural communications, and the 
history of U.S. political protest. 

June 23 

■ Exhibition Rare Sumatran tiger cubs, born in March, 
went on exhibit in conjunction with the opening of the 
National Zoo's first children's activity spot, Tiger Stop. 



■ Conference A conference on Maroon culture coor- 
dinated by the Center for Folklife Programs and Cul- 
tural Studies with the cooperation of the International 
Center included leaders and scholars of Maroon com- 
munities in Suriname, French Guiana, Jamaica, 
Ecuador, Colombia, and Texas. 

July 

■ Tour The West Coast Support Committee of the 
Archives of American Art sponsored a members' art 
tour of Seattle. Private collectors, museum directors, 
and artists were hosts to Archives members on this 
special "insiders'" tour. 



June 24 

■ Exhibition "American Encounters," the National 
Museum of American History's Columbus Quincenten- 
ary exhibition, opened. The exhibition uses historic and 
contemporary artifacts, works of art, and audio and 
video recordings of stories, music, and dance to explore 
the cultures and coexistence of American Indian, 
Hispanic, and Anglo-American peoples in the Rio 
Grande Valley of New Mexico that began in 1539 with 
the arrival of Spanish soldiers and missionaries. 

June 25-July S 

■ Festival The 26th annual Festival of American 
Folklife, produced by the Center for Folklife Programs 
and Cultural Studies, featured programs on the state of 
New Mexico, "Creativity and Resistance: Maroon Cul- 
ture in the Americas," "The Changing Soundscape in 
Indian Country," and "Workers at the White House." 

June 29-August 7 

■ Education Program In the continuing, innovative 
partnership between the National Museum of American 
History and Washington, D.C., public schools, five high 



July 

■ Acquisition The Folkways Archives and Collections, 
Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies, ac- 
quired the Lee Hayes papers, documentation from the 
early days of Folkways Records. Hayes was a member of 
the Almanac Singers and a key figure in the labor and 
folk revival movement. 

J*b 

U Publication The Smithsonian Institution Press book 
Sharks in Question, by Victor Springer and Joy Gold, was 
published in Japanese by Heibonsha Publications, Ltd. 

July 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Institution Press book 
Tex Johnston: Jet- Age Test Pilot, by A. M. "Tex" Johnston 
with Charles Barton, was published for the mass 
market by Bantam. 

J"ly 

■ Grant The National Science Resources Center was 
awarded a $4 million four- year grant from the National 



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Science Foundation through the National Academy of 
Sciences in support of the Science and Technology for 
Children project. 

July 

■ Staff Appointment Patricia McClure was appointed 
the National Science Resources Center's first director of 
information dissemination. 

July 

■ Education The Java History Trail opened to the public 
at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. This 
educational exhibit features American Indian and colonial 
history along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay as well as 
the effects of current land use. The trail consists of several 
miles of paths, boardwalks, and exhibits. 

July I 

m Public Program A Boko Dei, a Guyanese Maroon 
celebratory event, was coordinated by the Center for 
Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies and held at 
night on the National Mall with the cosponsorship of 
the Anacostia Museum and the National Museum of 
American History. 

July I 

■ Special Event The Anacostia Museum sponsored "An 
Evening with Katherine Dunham" at the S. Dillon 
Ripley Center. The program featuring the legendary 
dancer, choreographer, and anthropologist was 
moderated by Professor Yvonne Daniels, Smith College. 
Dunham also participated in the Festival of American 
Folklife. 



JulyS 

■ Meeting Native Americans from Latin America and 
the National Museum of the American Indian staff held 
a planning meeting for consultations with Latin 
American constituencies planned for 1993. 

July 12-14 

■ Workshop "Seeking Other Planetary Systems," a 
workshop on the role of stellar velocity measurements in 
NASA's SETI programs, was held at the Smithsonian 
Astrophysical Observatory. 

J«h 13 

■ Grant The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
received a three-year grant for $75,000 from Citibank 
Corporation for support of a training program at the 
new Mpala Research Center in Kenya. 

July IJ-19 

■ Benefit The second annual Celebration for the 
American Indian was held in Aspen, Colorado. This 
three-day fund raiser for the National Museum of the 
American Indian featured more than 50 award-winning 
artists from around the country, traditional Indian 
dancing, storytellers, children's activities, and a Patrons 
Dinner Dance and Art Auction. 

July 20-24 

■ Residencies The Awards for Museum Leadership pro- 
gram, a resident study program for people of color who 
work in museums, was held by the Office of Museum 
Programs. 



July I 

■ Fellowships The Office of Museum Programs an- 
nounced the first recipients of the Fellowships in 
Museum Practice, the only fellowship program in the 
country that funds museology research. 

July 7 

■ Intern Program The Office of Museum Programs 
began its annual Museum Careers Program for Smith- 
sonian Interns, a four-week program offering informa- 
tion on museum jobs, career planning, and job search. 



July 2} 

■ Agreement John Christy, Smithsonian Tropical Re- 
search Institute assistant director for marine research, 
and three Kuna chiefs representing the Kuna General 
Congress signed the new agreement for the continua- 
tion of research activities in the San Bias area, where 
STRI maintains a field station. 

July 24 

■ Grant The Corporation for Public Broadcasting 
awarded $55,000 to the Office of Telecommunications 



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and the Native American Public Broadcasting Consor- 
tium for production of two special programs in the 
"Spirits of the Present" radio series. 

July 24 

■ Exhibition "Noble Heritage: Five Centuries of 
Portraits from the Hosolcawa Family" opened at the 
National Portrait Gallery. This exhibition featured 
family portraits from the 14th to the 19th centuries and 
included significant associated objects such as armor, 
costumes, and scrolls. 

July 27 

■ Appointment Charles A. Hines of Fort McClellan, 
Alabama, commanding general of the U.S. Army 
Military Police and Chemical Centers, was appointed 
director of the Office of Protection Services, effective 
August 24. 

July 28 

■ Performance The National Dance Institute gave a 
performance in the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden 
of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Museum of Design. 
The institute is the creation of Jacques D'Amboise 
and features inner-city schoolchildren as dancers. 

July 28-September 50 

■ Exhibition An exhibition of 20 Resident Associate 
Program— commissioned art works, "From the Wall of 
the Smithsonian," was on view at the Children's Hospi- 
tal in Washington, D.C., in its first showing outside 
the Smithsonian. 

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■ Spaceflight The Tethered Satellite System (TSS-i), con- 
ceived by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, 
made its first flight aboard the space shutde Atlantis. 

August 

■ Award Smithsonian magazine was awarded the Na- 
tional Association of Black Journalists' first place award 
of excellence for "Outstanding Coverage of the Black 
Condition" for the article "Against All Odds, Black 
Seminole Won Their Freedom." 



August 

■ Publication The Smithsonian Book of Washington, D. C. 
was released by Smithsonian Institution Press. The 
book is a multiauthored look at the cultural, historical, 
and political city of monuments and parks, of neighbor- 
hoods and nature trails, and home to the Smithsonian. 

August 

■ Grant Smithsonian National Associate Program 
fund-raising efforts resulted in a generous grant from 
the California State Humanities Council for events in 
nine California cities in 1993. 

August 

■ Fund Raising Net unrestricted income from a Smith- 
sonian National Associate Program's spring 1992 fund- 
raising appeal to Contributing Members regarding the 
Smithsonian's Native American programs exceeded 
$200,000. 

August 

■ Contract The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 
was awarded a one-year contract for more than $400,000 
from the Marine Spill Response Corporation to continue 
the critical research documenting the effects of oil pollu- 
tion on tropical coral reefs and mangrove communities. 

August 

■ Public Programs As part of a new series of public 
programs at the National Museum of African Art titled 
"Living Traditions," Gilbert Bobbo Ahiagble, a Ewe 
weaver from Ghana, spent a week at the museum 
demonstrating Ewe weaving on a traditional narrow- 
strip loom. 

August p 

■ Exhibition "Diverse Concepts," an exhibition of 
works by artists who live in the Anacostia community 
and surrounding neighborhoods, opened at the Anacos- 
tia Museum. 

August p 

m Exhibition "Ancient Japan," the first loan exhibition 
from Japan held at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 



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opened to an enthusiastic public. Visitor interest in the 
exhibition — which included many recently excavated 
artifacts, some tentatively dated by archaeologists to 
200,000 B.C. — was reflected in the gallery's highest 
monthly visitor count since 1989. 

August ip 

■ Exhibit The National Zoo opened the new Cheetah 
Conservation Station, a multipurpose exhibit that will 
encourage the breeding and study of this rare species 
and permit the public to see cheetahs chasing a high- 
speed plastic lure. 

August 20 

■ New Resource The Office of Printing and 
Photographic Services opened the first on-line library of 
Smithsonian digital photographs on the computer net- 
work Internet. 

August 26 

■ Special Event Washington, D.C., Mayor Sharon Pratt 
Kelly was the guest of honor at the opening reception 
for the Fifth National Convention of the Asian Amer- 
ican Journalists Association, held at the Arthur M. Sack- 
ler Gallery and cosponsored with the Gannett Co., Inc. 

August 26-27 

■ Symposium The Conservation Analytical Laboratory 
cosponsored "Polymers in Museums," a symposium at 
the 204th American Chemical Society national meeting 
in Washington, D.C. Organic Chemist Mary T Baker 
organized the session, and Baker and CAL Director Lam- 
bertus van Zelst were session chairs. Other CAL staff 
were presenters and coauthors of papers. 

September 

■ Exhibitions During fiscal year 1992, the Smithsonian 
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service circulated 243 
exhibitions in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, 
Puerto Rico, and Canada. 

September 

■ Recording Release Roots of Rhythm and Blues: A Tribute 
to Robert Johnson was released. Produced by Smith- 
sonian/Folkways Recordings of the Center for Folklife 



Programs and Cultural Studies and Columbia Records 
from the 1991 Festival of American Folklife program, 
was released. 

September 

■ Publication Smithsonian Institution Press released 
Frontiers of Flight, which highlights famous airplanes in 
the National Air and Space Museum collection and is a 
companion volume to the series of the same name, 
which aired for 13 weeks on the Discovery Channel 
beginning September 27. 

September 

■ Publication Seeds of Change, edited by Herman Viola 
and Carolyn Margolis and originally published by 
Smithsonian Institution Press, was published in Spanish 
by Educar Recreativa in Bogota, Colombia. 

September 

■ Publication The classic Smithsonian Institution Press 
title, The First Book of Grasses, by Agnes Chase, was 
published in Portuguese by the Instituto de Botanica in 
Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

September 

■ Milestone Participation in the Smithsonian National 
Associate Program's domestic study tours increased 8 
percent over fiscal year 1991. Foreign study tour enroll- 
ment increased 14 percent, and Smithsonian Odyssey 
tour participation increased 40 percent. 

September 

■ Milestone The Smithsonian National Associate 
Program's Research Expedition division had a record- 
breaking year with 20 teams of Associates participating 
in scientific projects. A total of $202,000 was con- 
tributed to the Smithsonian, along with more than 
13,000 hours of volunteer labor. 

September 

■ Exhibition The Smithsonian Tropical Research In- 
stitute opened an exhibition, "Wildflowers of Soberania 
National Park," with photos by Nicholas Smythe that il- 
lustrate the diversity of flowering plants in one of the 
field sites used by STRI researchers. 



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September— November 

■ Exhibition 'The Good, the Bad, and the Cuddly," the 
National Zoological Park's exhibition on human attitudes 
toward animals, was open to the public in the Experimen- 
tal Gallery, located in the Arts and Industries Building. 

September 1—2 

■ Exposition The National Air and Space Museum 
presented the International Space Year Exhibition of 
Robots for Exploring New Worlds ("Rover Expo") with 
co-hosts NASA and the Planetary Society. The expo, 
which drew nearly 5,000 visitors on its first day, show- 
cased the largest gathering of interplanetary rovers ever. 

September 4 

■ Milestone The National Air and Space Museum's 
"Star Trek" exhibition received its 500,000th visitor. 

September 6 

■ Training Program The Ghana Museum Training Pro- 
gram, a six-month program in collaboration with the 
Smithsonian's Office of African and Caribbean Affairs, 
began. Five individuals will receive training in exhibi- 
tion design and production, museum education and 
interpretation, and photographic methods. 

September 11 

■ Film and Lecture Series The National Air and Space 
Museum began its "Legend, Memory, and the Great 
War in the Air" film and lecture series. The series, 
which included lectures by John Keegan, John Morrow, 
Jr., and Lynne Handley, was presented in conjunction 
with the museum's new World War I gallery. 

September II 

■ Repatriation The Board of Trustees of the National 
Museum of the American Indian voted to repatriate nine 
objects associated with the Cranmer Kwakiud Podatch of 
1921 and acquired by George Gustav Heye in 1922. 

September 11 

■ Publication Looking at Earth, by Priscilla Strain and 
Frederick Engle of the National Air and Space 
Museum's Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, was 



published. The book presents images from spacecraft, 
providing insight into the planet's surface and environ- 
ment and is based in part on research conducted for the 
museum's exhibition gallery of the same name. 

September 1$ 

■ Exhibition The National Zoo opened its new Reptile 
Discovery Center, which features state-of-the-art interac- 
tive exhibits in the Reptile House. 

September 16 

■ Exhibition "Directions — Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: 
Animal Farm" opened at the Hirshhorn Museum with a 
talk by this widely acclaimed artist-teacher and the 
Kids of Survival, his collaborative of mostly Latino 
junior and senior high-school students from the South 
Bronx, New York. During the year, the museum's series 
of small-scale "Directions" shows also featured works by 
Brazilian-born sculptor Saint Clair Cemin, Spanish- 
born installation artist Francesc Torres, and German 
photographer Thomas Struth. 

September 20-27 

■ Special Events The Office of Development held four 
major donor and volunteer events: a Regents dinner 
honoring top donors and prospects; the Smithsonian Na- 
tional Board annual meeting in Washington; the second 
annual dinner dance for the Smithsonian Benefactors' 
Circle, a distinguished recognition society for major In- 
stitutional donors, and its honorary founder, Enid A. 
Haupt; and the first annual meeting of the Smithsonian 
Corporate Membership Program. 

September 2$ 

m Fund Raising About 150 people attended a 
fund-raising dinner in Atlanta for the National 
Museum of American Indian. The benefit, which in- 
cluded the dinner and a silent auction, was hosted by 
Ken Rhyne (Tuscarora), president of Rhycof Design 
Associates, and a volunteer committee member. 

September 23 

■ Death Paul Edward Garber, historian emeritus and 
Ramsey Fellow of the National Air and Space Museum, 
died at age 93. He had been associated with the Smith- 
sonian for 72 years. 



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September 2$ 

■ Exhibition "American Crafts: The Nation's Collec- 
tion" opened at the Renwick Gallery of the National 
Museum of American Art, marking the gallery's zoth 
anniversary. 

September 26 

■ Cultural Diversity A dinner and reception cospon- 
sored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Educa- 
tion and Public Service with the Hispanic Association 
of Colleges and Universities marked the beginning of 
closer collaboration between the Smithsonian and 
HACU. 



September 27 

■ Television Series "Frontiers of Flight," a 13-part 
television series examining the history of aviation and 
early space flight, premiered. The series was produced 
by the National Air and Space Museum and the Dis- 
covery Channel. 

September 50 

■ New Facility Construction was completed on the 
new headquarters of the National Postal Museum at the 
former Washington, D.C., post office adjacent to Union 
Station. The museum is scheduled to open to the public 
in July 1993. 



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Appendix i 



Members of the Smithsonian Councils, Boards, 
and Commissions, 
September $0, 1992 



Ms. Margaret C. Gaynor 
Mr. Vincent J. Marcalus 
Ms. Marilyn Marton 
Mrs. Marie A. Mattson 
Mr. William W. Moss 
Mr. Robert L. Osborne 
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. 
Ms. Carole Wharton 
Ms. Jacqueline Young 
Mr. Jack Zickafoose 



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 organi2ation 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 Garn 
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 
Hon. Jeannine Smith Clark 
Prof. Ira Michael Heyman 
Mr. Samuel C.Johnson 
Dr. Homer A. Neal 
Hon. R.James Woolsey 



The Council of 
Administrative and 
Service Directors 



Mr. Michael League, Chair 
Mr. F. William Billingsley 
Mr. Cliff Boocks 
Ms. Devon Brown 
Mr. John Coppola 
Mr. Robert Dillman 
Ms. Shireen L. Dodson 
Dr. Cynthia Field 
Ms. Ardelle G. Foss 



Council of Bureau 
Directors 



Dr. Frank H. Talbot, Chair 

Dr. Milo Cleveland Beach 

Dr. Benjamin B. Beck 

Dr. Elizabeth Broun 

Mr. Joseph Carper 

Ms. Carolyn Cart 

Dr. David L. Correll 

Mr. Spencer R. Crew 

Mr. James T. Demetrion 

Mrs. Gretchen Gayle Ellswotth 

Mr. Douglas E. Evelyn 

Mr. Alan Fern 

Ms. Patricia L. Fiske 

Ms. Susan A. Hamilton 

Dr. Martin Harwit 

Mr. Roger G. Kennedy 

Mr. Dor. AA S. Lopez 

Ms. Sarah L. Newmeyer 

Mr. Steven Newsome 

Ms. Dianne H. Pilgrim 

Ms. Sharon Reinckens 

Mr. Charles J. Robertson, III 

Dr. Michael H. Robinson 

Dr. Ira RubinofF 

Mrs. Roberta W. Rubinoff 

Mrs. Jean Salan 

Dr. Irwin Shapiro 

Dr. Stanwyn G. Shetler 

Mrs. Wendy A. Stephens 

Dr. James Tyler 

Mr. Richard Wattenmaker 

Mr. Stephen E. Weil 



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Mr. Samuel F. Wells 
Mr. W Richard West 
Mrs. Sylvia H. Williams 



Council of Information 
and Education Directors 



Mr. Joseph Carper, Chair 
Ms. Ann P. Bay- 
Ms. Francine C. Berkowitz 
Ms. Mary E. Case 
Mr. James J. Chmelik 
Ms. Anna R. Cohn 
Dr. Zahava D. Doering 
Ms. Madeleine Jacobs 
Mr. Paul B.Johnson 
Dr. Richard Kurin 
Dr. Douglas M. Lapp 
Mr. Felix C. Lowe 
Mr. Vincent J. Marcalus 
Mr. William W. Moss 
Ms. Mary Grace Potter 
Dr. Barbara J. Smith 
Mrs. Janet W. Solinger 
Dr. Lambertus 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 

Ms. Juanita Tamayo Lott 

Ms. Margaret Batchelor White 

Ms. Patricia Zell 



Secretary's Management 
Committee 



Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Ms. Alice Green Burnette 
Mr. Joseph Carper 
Mr. James C. Early 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Ms. Margaret C. Gaynor 
Mr. James M. Hobbins 
Dr. Robert S. Hoffmann 
Mr. Rick R. Johnson 
Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy 
Mrs. Marie A. Mattson 
Mr. Peter G. Powers 
Ms. Nancy D. Suttenfield 
Dr. Frank H. Talbot 



Smithsonian African 
American Association 



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



Smithsonian Institution 
Council 



Dr. Maxine F. Singer, Chair 

Dr. Mary Frances Berry 

Mr. Luis R. Cancel 

Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole 

Mr. Martin Friedman 

Prof. Robert Garfias 

Mr. David R. Gergen 

Ms. Dorothy B. Gilliam 

Prof. Arruro Gomez-Pompa 

Prof. James W Head, IU 

Prof. Roald Hoffmann 

Dr. Michael Kammen 

Mr. Miguel Leon-Portilla 

Dr. Shirley M. Malcom 

Prof. Robert M. May 

Dr. Shirley M. McBay 

Ms. Cheryl McClenney-Brooker 

Prof. Matthew S. Meselson 



Prof. Jaime E. Rodriguez 
Dr. John Kuo Wei Tchen 
Dr. Frederic Wakeman 
Dr. John Walsh 
Dr. Katharine J. Watson 
Dr. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto 



Smithsonian Institution 
Women's Council 



Ms. Rebecca Browning 
Ms. Arlyn Charles 
Ms. Kathleen Fleming 
Ms. Ellen Fluetsch 
Ms. Nancy J. Fuller 
Ms. Joanne Gigliotti 
Ms. Kathleen S. Johnston 
Ms. Janice Kaplan 
Ms. Shoshana Rosenthal 
Mrs. Heidi L. Schwartz 
Ms. Ellen V Sprouls 
Ms. Julia Taylor 
Ms. Juanita Tutt 
Ms. Miriam Weissman 
Ms. Sara Yorke 



Smithsonian Internship 
Council 



Mrs. Judith H. Houston, Co-Chait 

Mr. Bruce Morrison, Co-Chair 

Mrs. Lori H. Aceto 

Ms. Georgina de Alba 

Ms. Lori Alperin 

Ms. Victoria Avera 

Mr. Arthur J. Breton 

Ms. Tracy Caisse 

Ms. Eva Cardarelli 

Ms. Susan Mond Carpenter 

Mrs. Linda Chick 

Mrs. Patricia Chieffo 

Ms. Montrose R. Cones 

Mr. William E. Cox 

Mr. Bruce Craig 

Mrs. Elizabeth Beuck Derbyshire 

Ms. Dorothy Dunn 

Ms. Mary W Dyer 

Ms. Heather Ewing 



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Mrs. Zora M. Felton 

Mr. John W. Franklin 

Ms. Carol Gover 

Ms. Julia Heiner 

Mr. John Henderson 

Mrs. Ruth Hill 

Mr. Harry Jackson 

Ms. Veronika O. Jenke 

Mrs. Eileen Jones 

Mr. Peter Kibbee 

Ms. Manjula Kumar 

Ms. Betty J. Lathern 

Mr. Edward P. Lawson 

Dr. Thomas E. Lowderbaugh 

Ms. Eleanor McMillan 

Mr. John P. Meehan 

Ms. Liz Menz 

Ms. Lauranne C. Nash 

Ms. Karen Otiji 

Ms. Arlene Reiniger 

Mr. Argelis Roman 

Mr. John C. Rumm 

Ms. Barbara Russell 

Ms. Mary Sangrey 

Ms. Barbara K. Schneider 

Mrs. Magdalene C. Schremp 

Mr. Walter Sorrell 

Ms. Lisa Margaret Stevenson 

Ms. Diane Stewart 

Ms. Cheryl Denise Taylor 

Mr. William G. Tompkins 

Dr. Wilcomb E. Washburn 

Ms. Esther Washington 

Ms. Betty J. Wingfield 

Ms. Jeanne Zanke 



Smithsonian Luncheon 
Group 



Mrs. Elizabeth Abell 

Mr. Joe L. Allbrirton 

Mr. Martin Atlas 

Mr. Kenneth H. Bacon 

Mr. Albert J. Beveridge, III 

The Honorable Robert O. Blake 

Mr. Winthrop N. Brown 

Mr. Louis W Cabot 

Mr. Carroll J. Cavanagh 

The Honorable John E. Chapoton 

Mr. Roger A. Clark 

Mr. W. Graham Claytor, Jr. 

Mr. Milo G. Coerper 



Mr. Robert H. Craft, Jr. 

Mr. Charles Benjamin Crisman, Jr. 

Mr. Kent T. Cushenberry 

Mr. J. Edward Day 

Mrs. Charles J. DiBona 

Mrs. Lacey Neuhaus T Dorn 

Mrs. Robert Duemling 

Mr. LeRoy Eakin, III 

Mr. George M. Elsey 

Mrs. Norman Farquhar 

Mr. Reed M. Fawell, III 

Ms. Adrienne Arsht Feldman 

Mr. Robert W. Fleming 

Mr. Lee Merritt Folger 

The Honorable Rockwood H. Foster 

The Honorable Gerhard A. Gesell 

Mr. Jackson B. Gilbert 

Mr. Rufus K. Griscom 

Mr. Patrick W Gross 

Mr. George W Grosz 

Mr. George E. Hamilton III 

The Honorable Lloyd Hand 

Dr. John C. Harper 

Mr. John W. Hechinger, Sr. 

Mr. John Roderick Heller, III 

Mrs. Cynthia Helms 

Mr. Luther H. Hodges, Jr. 

Ms. Letitia Baldrige Hollensteiner 

Mr. Fisher Howe 

Mrs. Nancy Ignatius 

Mrs. Mary D. Janney 

Mrs. Donald Jeffries 

Mr. Freeborn Jewett, Jr. 

The Honorable Randolph A. Kidder 

Mr. Alan G. Kirk, II 

The Honorable Edward G. Lewis 

Mrs. John D. Macomber 

Mr. Martin F. Malarkey, Jr. 

The Honorable George C. McGhee 

Right Reverend Monsignor Joseph 

Joshua Mundell 
Mr. Patrick Munroe 
Dr. Thomas Nigra 
Mr. William A. Nitze, II 
Mr. William S. Norman 
Mr. Mandell J. Ourisman 
Lt. Col. Norman S. Portenoy, USAF 

(Ret.) 
Dr. Vincent E. Reed 
The Honorable S. Dillon Ripley, II 
The Honorable Paul G. Rogers 
Mr. John W.Rollins, Jr. 
Mrs. Vicki Sant 
Mr. Christopher S. Sargent 
Mr. B. Francis Saul, II 



Rear Admiral Tazewell T. Shepard, 

USN Ret. 
Dr. Jayne B. Spain 
Mr. Kenneth R. Sparks 
The Honorable Samuel B. Sterrett 
Mr. Henry M. Strong 
Mr. Edward C. Sylvester, Jr. 
The Honorable James W. Symington 
Mrs. Russell E. Train 
Count Wilhelm Wachtmeister 
Mr. Anthony Welters 
Mr. Wesley S. Williams, Jr. 
The Honorable Edward F. Wilson 
Admiral Jerauld Wright 



Smithsonian National 
Board 

Mr. Lloyd G. Schermer, Chair 

Active Members 

Mrs. Robert M. Bass 

Mr. Joaquin F. Blaya 

Mr. William Jackson Bowen 

Dr. John Brademas 

Mr. Dan W. Burns 

Mr. Cason J. Callaway, Jr. 

Mrs. Cummins Catherwood, Jr. 

Mr. Ivan Chermayeff 

Mr. Landon T. Clay 

Mrs. Dollie A. Cole 

Mr. Thomas G. Cousins 

Mrs. William H. Cowles, Jr. 

Mrs. George C. Dillon 

Mr. Peter E. Haas, Sr. 

Mr. John M. Harbert, III 

Mr. Marion Edwyn Harrison, Esq. 

Mr. Frank W. Hoch 

Mrs. William Holmberg 

Mr. Robert V. Lindsay 

Mrs. Jean B. Mahoney 

Mr. Antony M. Merck 

Mrs. Anne Murray Morgan 

Mr. John W. Morrison 

Dr. George E. Mueller 

Mr. Thomas J. Pritzker 

Mr. David S. Purvis 

Dr. Alvin N. Puryear 

Mr. Robert Redfotd 

Mr. Clive Runnells 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 



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Mr. Leveo V. Sanchez 
Dr. Ivan Selin 
Mrs. E. Maynard Smith 
Mr. A. Alfred Taubman 
Mrs. Richard L. Thompson 
Mr. Jeffrey N. Watanabe 
Mr. T. Evans Wyckoff 

Honorary Members 

Mr. William S. Anderson 
Mr. Richard P. Cooley 
Mr. Joseph F. Cullman, III 
Mr. Charles D. Dickey, Jr. 
Hon. Leonard K. Firestone 
Mr. Alfred C.GIassell, Jr. 
Mr. W. L. Hadley Griffin 
Hon. William A. Hewitt 
Mr. James M. Kemper, Jr. 
Mr. Seymour H. Knox, III 
Mr. Lewis A. Lapham 
Hon. George C. McGhee 
Hon. Sandra D. O'Connor 
Hon. S. Dillon Ripley, II 
Mr. Francis C. Rooney, Jr. 
Hon. Thomas J. Watson, Jr. 
Mrs. Gay F. Wray 

Resource Members 

Mr. George B. Bingham, Jr. 
Mr. S. Charles Kemp 
Mr. Thomas M. Keresey 
Mr. Alexander K. McLanahan 
Mr. Charles W Schmidt 
Mrs. James M. Walton 



Sciences 

National Musuem of 
Natural History National 
Board 



Mr. Robert H. Malott, Chair 
Mr. Henry Loomis, Vice Chair 
Mr. Xuan Chi Diep 
Mr. G. Robert Durham 
Mr. Arthur Gray 
Mr. John S. Hendricks 
Mr. David M. Hicks 
Mr. D. Brainerd Holmes 
Mrs. Jean Lane 
Mr. John C. Meeker 
Mr. Jeffrey W. Meyer 
Dr. Homer A. Neal 
Dr. David R. Pilbeam 
Hon. S. Dillon Ripley, II 
Hon. 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 



Ms. Laura Howell 
Mr. Withrow Weir Meeker 
Mr. Richard J. Norman 
Hon. S. Dillon Ripley, II 
Mr. Jeffrey R. Short, Jr. 
Mrs. Judith Stockdale 
Mr. Henry M. Strong 
Mrs. Beatrix von Hoffman 



Friends of the National 
Zoo (FONZ) Board of 
Directors 



Mr. William H. Berman 

Mr. Richard D. Buckner 

Mrs. Josephine Burman 

Mrs. Miriam Carmack 

Mr. George A. Didden, III 

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Frazier 

Mr. Thomas H. Goss 

Mr. Paul B. Green 

Mr. William D. Hawkins, III 

Mrs. Betty Ann Kane 

Ms. Suzanne Mink 

The Honorable Robert A. Peck 

Ms. Susan B. Perry 

Mrs. Anne Shultz 

Mr. Ross B. Simons 

Mr. Kenneth R. Sparks 

Mr. M.L. Sutherland 

Mrs. Carole A. Valentine 



Steering Committee of the 
Smithsonian American 
Indian Council 



Ms. Pablita T. Abeyta 

Ms. Gaye Brown 

Ms. Liz Hill 

Ms. Lisa Fay Meredith 

Ms. Helen Morrill 

Mrs. Carol S. Nottingham 

Ms. Alyce Sadongei 

Mr. Robert W. Tenequer 

Ms. Marjorie R. Wilkov 

Mr. Jerry E. Williamson 



National Zoological Park 
Resource Council 

Dr. David Challinor, Chair 

Council Members 

Mr. Peter C. Andrews 
Mr. Robert A. Bartlert 
Mr. Richard D. Buckner 
Hon. Jeannine Smith Clark 
Mr. George A. Didden, III 
Mrs. Joan C. Donner 
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Frazier 
Mrs. William Holmberg 



Smithsonian Institution 
Archives and Special 
Collections Council 



Mrs. Rachel M. Allen 
Mr. James B. Byers 
Ms. Mary E. Case 
Ms. Cecilia A. Chin 
Mr. John A. Fleckner 
Ms. Christraud Geary 
Mr. James R. Glenn 
Mrs. Susan Gurney 
Mr. Robert Harding 
Ms. Colleen A. Hennessey 
Mr. William L Merrill 
Mrs. Lillian B. Miller 



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Mr. C. Jeffrey Place 
Mr. Marc R. other) berg 
Ms. Mary E. RuwelJ 
Mr. Ross B. Simons 
Prof. Barbara B. Smith 
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 User Advisory 
Committee 



Mr. Spencer R. Crew 
Dr. Rex M. Ellis 
Mr. Frank Ferrari 
Ms. Portia James 
Mis. Sally Maran 
Dr. Nancy L. Matthews 
Mr. Peter Seitel 
Dr. Barbara J. Smith 
Mr. Victor G. Springer 



Arts & Humanities 

Experimental Gallery 
Advisory Committee 



Dr. Claud ine Brown 

Ms. Kimberly Camp 

Ms. Amina Dickerson 

Ms. Elaine Heumann Gurian 

Dr. Ivan Karp 

Mr. Steven D. Lavine 

Ms. Nilda Peraza 

Dr. Sydney Perkowitz 

Dr. Michael H. Robinson 

Mr. James Sims 

Mr. Ed Spriggs 

Dr. 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 



Mrs. Otto L. Spaeth, Chair Emeritus 

Mrs. Keith S. Wellin, Chair 

Hon. Max N. Berry, President 

Mr. Hugh Halff, Jr., Vice President 

Mrs. Richard Roob, Vice President 

Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro, Vice President 

Mrs. Dana M. Raymond, Secretary 

Mrs. Arthur A. Feder, Treasurer 

Dr. Charles Blitzer 

Mr. Eli Broad 

Mr. Gerald Buck 

Mr. Gilbert S. Edelson 

Mrs. Iona Maria Ertegun 

Mr. Miles Q. Fiterman 

Mrs. Eva Garza Laguera 

Mr. John K. Howat 

Dr. Helen I.Jessup 

Mr. Maurice H. Katz 

Mrs. Dona S. Kendall 

Mr. Alan D. Levy 

Mr. Meredith J. Long 

Mr. Richard Manney 

Mr. Richard A. Manoogian 

Miss Julienne M. Michel 

Mrs. Vivian Potamkin 

Mrs. Georgette N. Rosekrans 

Mrs. Marilyn B. Schlain 



Mr. Alan E. Schwartz 
Mr. A. Alfred Taubman 
Mr. R. Frederick Wool worth 
Mrs. Barbara R. de Marneffe 

Honorary Trustees 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving F. Burton 
Mr. Howard W Lipman 
Mr. Richard J. Schwartz 

Founding Trustees 

Mr. Lawrence A. Heischman 

Ex-Officio 

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



Arthur M. Sackler 
Visiting Committee 



Dr. Charles Blitzer, Chair 

Mrs. John B. Bunker 

Mrs. Cynthia Helms 

Mrs. James R. Lilley 

Mr. Porter A. McCray 

The Honorable Norman Y. Mineta 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sackler 

Dr. Yoshiaki Shimizu 

Mr. Michael R. Sonnenreich 



Freer Visiting Committee 



Mrs. Jackson Burke 
Mr. Willard G. Clark 
Prof. Marvin Eisenberg 
Mr. John Gilmore Ford 
Mrs. Katharine Graham 
Mr. Joseph E. Honing 
Mrs. Ann R. Kinney 
Mr. Rogerio Lam 
Dr. Sherman Lee 
Mr. Porter A. McCray 
Hon. Norman Y. Mineta 
Prof. Frederick W. Mote 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Moynihan 
Dr. Edith Porada 
Prof. Martin Powers 
Prof. John M. Rosenfield 
Dr. Priscilla Soucek 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 
Board of Trustees 



Mr. Donald Bruckmann, Chair 
Mrs. Joan K. Davidson, Vice Chair 

Members 

Mrs. Karen Johnson Boyd 
Mrs. Joan K. Davidson 
Mrs. Betty Evans 
Ms. Joanne du Pont Foster 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Mr. Harmon H. Goldstone 
Mr. M. Richard Hayden 
Mr. August Heckscher 
Mr. Kenneth Miller 
Mr. Arthur Ross 
Mr. Robert Sarnoff 
Prof. Sue Jane Smock 

Ex-Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 



Hirshhorn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden Board of 
Trustees 



Dr. Robert McC. Adams 

Mr. Edward R. Broida 

Mr. Robert T. Buck, Jr. 

Ms. Peggy C. Davis 

Mr. Jerome L Greene 

Mr. Robert Lehrman 

Mr. Sydney Lewis 

Mr. Justice William H. Rehnquist 

Mr. Robert Rosenblum 

Mr. Jerry I. Speyer 



National Air and Space 
Museum Advisory Board 



Mr. Theodore C. Barreaux 
Mr. Barry L. Harris 
Mr. Samuel W. Keller 
Gen. Merrill A. McPeak 
Rear Admiral Riley D. Mixson 
Mr. Peter F. Schabarum 
Mr. James Thompson 
Lt. Gen. Duane A. Wills 



Research and Collections 
Advisory Committee 

Dr. Richard Kohn, Chairman 

Dr. Robin Brett 

Mr. James A. Burnham 

Mr. Don Cumberland 

Mr.JackHilliard 

Ms. Marie C. Malaro 

Prof. Otto Mayr 

Mr. Ed McKellar 

Prof. John Morrow 

Mr. Dennis Parks 

Ms. Helen W. Samuels 

Mr. Alfred J. Shorn 

Mr. Joseph Veverka 

Mr. Spencer R. Weart 



Public Programming 
Advisory Committee 

Dr. Hans O. Andersen 

Lt. Gen. Benjamin O. Davis 

Mr. Thomas Hoving 

Ms. Linda M.Johnson 

Mr. Louis R. Purnell 

Mr. Harold K. Skramstad, Jr. 

Mr. Michael Spock 

Dr. Sondra Gayle Stein, Ph.D. 

Ms. Marie Tibor 

Dr. Mitchell Waldrop 



National Musuem of 
American Art Commission 



Mr. Wilbur L. Ross, Jr., Chair 

Mr. Ronald D. Abramson, Vice Chair 

Mr. Norman Bernstein 

Mr. Frederick Brown 

Mr. Wendell K. Castle 

Mr. Edwin I. Colodny 

Dr. Wanda M. Corn 

Mrs. Ann Cousins 

Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Dr. Patricia Frost 

Mrs. Margaret Garrett 

Mrs. Linda Lichtenberg Kaplan 

Mr. Jacob Lawrence 

Mr. Melvin Lenkin 

Mr. Jacques E. Lennon 

Mr. Owen M. Lopez 

Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

Mr. Charles Parkhurst 

Mr. David S. Purvis 

Mr. Frank K. Ribelin 

Mr. Richard J. Schwartz 

Ex-Officio Members 

Dr. Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. James T Demetrion 

Emeritus Members 

Mr. Walker Hancock 
Mr. Charles Sawyer 



National Musuem of 
African Art Commission 



Prof. David C. Driskeli, Chair 
Mr. James L Hudson, Vice Chair 
Mrs. Frieda Rosenthal, Vice Chair 

Ex-Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Mr. Charles B. Benenson 
Hon. John Conyers,Jr. 
Mr. John A. Friede 



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Mrs. Frances Humphrey Howard 

Mrs. Helen Kuhn 

Mr. Brian S. Leyden 

Dr. Michael L. Lomax 

Mr. Robin B. Martin 

The Honorable Frank E. Moss 

Mr. Robert H. Nooter 

Prof. Robert Farris Thompson 

Hon. Walter E. Washington 



Prof. R. W B. Lewis 

Hon. Robert B. Morgan 

Prof. Barbara Novak 

Mr. Earl Alexander Powell, III 

Ex-Officio 

Secretary Robert McC. Adams 
Hon. William H. Rehnquist 



Mr. Gordon C. Morison 
Mr. Robert Setrakian 
Ms. Nancy D. Suttenfield 



National Science Resource 
Center Advisory Board 



National Museum of the Education and 

American Indian Board o/" t* t_ i • c 

_ J Public Service 

lr us tees 



Mr. Alvin M. Josephy, Jr., Chair 

Mr. Vine Deloria, Jr., Vice Chair 

Dr. Robert McC. Adams 

Dr. Keith Basso 

Dr. Ernest L. Boyer 

Hon. Barber B. Conable, Jr. 

Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 

Ms. Suzan Shown Harjo 

Dr. Norbert S.Hill, Jr. 

Dr. Frederick E. Hoxie 

Hon. Daniel K. Inouye 

Dr. Jennie Joe 

Dr. Clara Sue Kidwell 

Dr. N. Scott Momaday 

Mr. Waldemar A. Nielsen 

Mr. Allen V. Pinkham 

Ms. Ann R. Roberts 

Mr. David Rockefeller 

Mr. Harold D. Salway 

Dr. Helen M. Scheirbeck 

Dr. David Hurst Thomas 

Dr. Aroiro Warman 

Hon. Thomas R. White 

Ms. Janine Pease Windy-Boy 

Dt. Rosita Worl 



National Portrait Gallery 
Commission 



Hon. Jeannine Smith Clark, Chair 

Mr. Thomas M. Evans 

Dr. Stephen Jay Gould 

Ms. Marta Istomin 

Prof. David Levering Lewis 



Folklife Advisory Council 



Dr. Roger Abrahams 

Mr. Jacinto Arias 

Ms. Jane Beck 

Pat Jasper 

Ms. Barbara K. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett 

Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon 

Mr. Jol.n Roberts 

Ms. Carol Robertson 

Mr. Gilbert Sprauve 

Dr. John Kuo Wei Tchen 

Mr. Ricardo Trimillos 

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 



National Postal Museum 
Coordinating Committee 

Mr. Tom L. Freudenheim 
Mr. Roger G. Kennedy 



Dr. David Sheetz, Chair 

Dr. Bruce M. Alberts 

Dr. Albert Baez 

Dr. Majory Baruch 

Ms. Ann P. Bay 

Ms. DeAnna Banks Beane 

Dr. F. Petet Boer 

Ms. Martha A. Darling 

Dr. Hubert Dyasi 

Dr. James Ebert 

Mr. Douglas E. Evelyn 

Dr. Robert M. Fitch 

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 

Dr. Paul H. Williams 

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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Women's Committee of the 
Smithsonian Associates 



Mrs. Richard L. Thompson, Chair 
Mrs. Thomas B. Cookerly, Vice-Chair 
Mrs. Fritz Daguillard, Secretary 
Mrs. Doniphan Carter, Treasurer 

Active Members 

Mrs. David C. Acheson 

Mrs. Martin Atlas 

Mrs. Philip S. Bowie 

Mrs. I. Townsend Burden, III 

Mrs. George H. W. Bush 

Mrs. Thomas J. Camp, Jr. 

Mrs. H. Hollister Cantus 

Mrs. Frank B. Clay 

Mrs. Richard Cobb 

Mrs. Brian Collins 

Mrs. Louis J. Cordia 

Mrs. William Gruman Cox 

Mrs. Willis Dale Crittenberger, Jr. 

Mrs. J. Edward Day 

Mrs. Avery Faulkner 

Mrs. Bernard Fensterwald, Jr. 

Mrs. Paul R. Gibson 

Mrs. John W.Gill 

Mrs. William F. Gorog 

Mrs. Patrick W Gross 

Mrs. KarlG. Harr.Jr. 

Mrs. Henry L. Heymann 

Mrs. Stanford R. Hicks 

Mrs. Walter J. Hodges 

Mrs. James P. Holden 

Mrs. Vernon Wilson Holleman, Jr. 

Mrs. Richird C. Hotvedt 

Mrs. Enid T. Johnson 

Mrs. James M. Johnston, III 

Mrs. George W. Jones 

Mrs. Godfrey W. Kauffmann 

Ms. Polly Krieger 

Mrs. Keith M. Lindgren 

Mrs. Bruce K. MacLaury 

Mrs. WilliamS. Mailliard 

Mrs. Alexander M. Maish 

Mrs. Arthur K. Mason 

Mrs. Lucio A. Noto 

Mrs. Horace White Peters 

Mrs. Charles L. Poor 

Mrs. Thomas Malcolm Price 

Mrs. C. Michael Price 

Mrs. S. Dillon Ripley 

Mrs. Robert S. Ross, Jr. 



Mrs. William C. Rountree 
Mrs. John A. Sargent 
Mrs. Leonard Silverstein 
Mrs. Henry P. Smith, III 
Mrs. Michael P.W. Stone 
Mrs. Frank H. Talbot 
Mrs. Robert L.Walsh, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles Swan Weber 
Mrs. Edwin M. Wheeler 
Mrs. Philip C. White 
Ms. Rossie Wisner 
Mrs. Robert D. van Roijen 



Affiliated 
Organizations 

The John F. Kennedy 
Center for the Performing 
Arts 

Board of Trustees 
Honorary Chairs 

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, Chairman 
Mr. James H. Evans, Vice Chairman 
The Honorable Leonard L Silverstein, 

Vice Chairman 
Mrs. Jean Kennedy Smith, Secretary 
Ms. Charlotte Woolard, Assistant 

Secretary 
Mr. Paul G. Stern, Treasurer 
Mr. Henry Strong, Assistant Treasurer 
Mr. Kenneth M. Kaufman, General 

Counsel 
Mr. William Becker, Associate Counsel 



Members Appointed by the 
President of the U nited States 

Mr. Philip F. Anschutz 

Mrs. Bennett Archambault 

Mrs. Howard H. Baker 

Mrs. William Cafritz 

Mr. Ralph P. Davidson 

Mr. Kenneth M. Duberstein 

Mr. James H. Evans 

Mrs. Max M. Fisher 

Mrs. Joseph B. Gildenhorn 

Mr. Lionel Hampton 

Mrs. Helen Joan Holt 

Ms. Caroline Rose Hunt 

Mr. Donald M. Koll 

The Honorable Melvin R. Laird 

Mr. James A. McClure 

Mrs. Abraham A. Ribicoff 

Ms. Joy A. Silverman 

Mr. Leonard L. Silverstein 

Mrs. Jean Kennedy Smith 

Mr. Roger B. Smith 

Mr. Dennis Stand II 

The Honorable Roger L. Stevens 

Mr. Jerry Weintraub 

Mr.James D. Wolfensohn 

Members Ex Officio Designated by 
Act of Congress 

The Honorable Louis Sullivan, Secretary 

of Health and Human Services 
The Honorable Lamar Alexander, 

Secretary of Education 
The Honorable Henry E. Catto, Jr., 

Director, U.S. Information Agency 
The Honorable Edward M. Kennedy 
The Honorable George J. Mitchell 
The Honorable Mark O. Hatfield 
The Honorable Joseph M. McDade 
The Honorable Charles Wilson 
The Honorable Sidney R. Yates 
The Honorable Sharon Pratt Kelly, 

Mayor, District of Columbia 
Robert McC. Adams, Secretary, 

Smithsonian Institution 
Dr. James H. Billington, Librarian of 

Congress 
Mr. J. Carter Brown, Chairman of the 

Commission of Fine Arts 
The Honorable James M. Ridenour, 

Director, National Park Service 
Ms. Carol Hill Lowe, Director, D.C. 

Department of Recreation and Parks 



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Founding Chairman 
Mr. Roger L. Stevens 

Honorary Trustees 

The Honorable Ralph E. Becker 

Mrs. J. Clifford Folger 

The Honorable J. William Fulbright 

Mrs. Albert D. Lasker 

Mrs. Jouette Shouse 

Mr. Henry Strong 

Mr. Lew R. Wasserman 



National Gallery of Art 
Board of Trustees 

Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, Chair 
Mr. Alexander 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 



Reading Is 
Fundamental, Inc. 

Officers 

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 
Mr. 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. Floretta McKenzie 
Mr. Edward J. Meade, Jr. 
Ms. Lois D. Rice 
Mrs. Lynda Johnson Robb 
Mr. Arthur White 

Advisory Council 

Mrs. George H. W. Bush, Honorary 

Chair 
Mr. Robert McC. Adams 
Mr. Arthur Ashe, Jr. 
Ms. Letitia Baldrige 
Mrs. Evan Bayh 
Mrs. Ruth C. Boorstin 
Mr. Jack Brown, Esq. 
Mr. Charles A. Cumello 
Mr. Jimmy Dean 
Ms. Shelley Duvall 
Mr. Edward E. Elson 
Mr. Julian T. Euell 



Mr. Walter A. Haas, Jr. 
Mrs. Mary Zeiler Haft 
Mr. Andrew Heiskell 
Mr. Lawrence A. Hough 
Mr. Lee Iacocca 
Mr. W Thomas Johnson 
Dr. Elizabeth Karnes 
Ms. Ann Landers 
Ms. Natalie Lang 
Mr. John T. Leatham 
Ms. Ann R. Leven 
Mr. Vincent MacDonnell 
Hon. Robert S. McNamara 
Dr. Peter P. Muirhead 
Mr. Eugene F. Rowan, Esq. 
Mrs. Mary Ann 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 Auk 

Hon. James A. Baker, III 

Dr. James H. Billington 

Hon. Henry E. Carto, Jr. 

Mrs. Lynne V. Cheney 

Dr. Gertrude Himmelfarb 

Dr. Carol Iannone 

Mr. Eli S. Jacobs 

Mr. John S. Reed 

Hon. S. Dillon Ripley, II 

Mr. William L. Saltonstall 

Mr. Samuel K. Skinner 

Hon. Louis W Sullivan 

Mr. Robert H. Turtle 

Mr. Don W. Wilson 



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Sciences 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 



Appendix 3 

Academic, Research Training, 
and Internship Appointments 
and Research Associates in 
Fiscal Year 1992 



The first section of this Appendix lists recipients of fel- 
lowships and other appointments awarded to scholars 
and advanced students under the auspices of the Office 
of Fellowships and Grants. Students and museum 
professionals who held museum internships or par- 
ticipated in special projects administered by the Office 
of Museum Programs are listed in the second section. 
The third section contains a listing of Smithsonian Re- 
search Associates. 



Meredith Aronson, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Arizona. 
"Study of Ceramic Technology of Late Formative West 
Mexico," with Pamela Vaniver, from November 1, 1991 to 
October 31, 1992. 

Susan T. Childs, Postdoctoral Fellow, Boston University. 
"Iron, Copper, and Socio-political Change in Southeastern 
Zaire," with Ronald Bishop and James Blackman, from 
September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Marina Delaney, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, Univer- 
sity of Delaware. "Study of Spanish Colonial Painting 
Methods and Techniques," with Roland Cunningham, 
from September I, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Elyse Klein, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, Queen's 
University. "The Consolidation of Matte Paint Films on 
Contemporary Paintings," with Roland Cunningham, from 
October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Holly Lundburg, Postgraduate Conservation Intern, Institute 
of Archaeology (London). "Archaeological Conservation 
Techniques On-site and in CAL," with Carol Grissom, 
from September 7, 1992 to September 6, 1993. 

Linda Stathoplos, Visiting Scientist, University of Rhode Is- 
land. "Examination of Fish Bone Extracts for the Presence 
of Noncollagenous Proteins," with Noreen Tuross, from 
November 1, 1991 to April 30, 1992. 



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 appoin- 
tees are provided access to the Institution's facilities, 
staff specialties, and reference resources. The persons — 
listed by bureau or office — in this Appendix began 
their residencies between October I, 1991, and Septem- 
ber 30, 1992, and have been in residence for three 
months or longer. Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows, 
Visiting Scientists or Scholars, and other awardees and 
participants in special programs are so listed. Listed for 
each Fellow or Visitor is 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 Smithsonian 
advisor; and dates of residency. 



National Museum of Natural History 



Bernardo Artiaza, Postdoctoral Fellow, Arizona State Univer- 
sity. "The Study of Inflammatory Arthritis in Prehistoric 
Americans," with Donald Ortner, from June 1, 1992 to 
May 31, 1993. 

Susan Artec, Visiting Scientist, George Washington Univer- 
sity. "The Powers Phase Project II," with Melinda Zeder, 
from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1993. 

Garrick Bailey, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Tulsa. "Osage Cosmology and Ritual: The Selected Works 
of Francis La Flesche," with William Sturtevant, from 
January 1, 1992 to August 31, 1992. 

Elizabeth Baiser, Graduate Student Fellow, Clemson University. 
"Development and Structure of the Spongy and Axial Organ 
in the Larval Crinoid, Comactinia echinoptera," with Mary 
Rice, from November 10, 1991 to January 17, 1992. 

David Bogler, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Mis- 
souri. "Phylogeny of Dasylirion (Agavaceae) and Related 
Genera Based on 18S and 26S Ribosomal RNA Sequences," 
with Elizabeth Zimmer, from January 13, 1992 to March 23, 
1992. 



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Martin Cavalluzzi, CCRE Visiting Scientist, College of Wil- 
liam and Mary. "Distribution, Feeding Ecology, and 
Growth of Larval Blennioid Fishes," with G. David 
Johnson, from January 1, 1992 to August 1, 1992. 

Gregory W. Courtney, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Mis- 
souri. "Phylogenetic Relationships and Higher Classification 
of Net-winged Midges (Diptera: Blephariceridae)," with 
Wayne Mathis, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Thomas Cowger, Predoctoral Fellow, Purdue University. "Nation- 
al Congress of American Indians, 1944- mid 1960s," with 
James Glenn, from December 16, 1991 to December 15, 1992. 

Patchin Curtis, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North 
Carolina. "Petrogenesis and Evolution of Mantle Source 
Compositions from the Tertiary to the Recent in the 
Turkana Depression, East African Rift," with James Luhr, 
from December 1, 1991 to November 30, 1992. 

Will Davis, CCRE Visiting Scientist, U.S. Environmental 
Protection Agency. "Ecology Specializations and Popula- 
tion Characteristics of the Mangrove Rivulus, (RIVULUS 
MARMORATUS), in the Cays of Belize," with Klaus 
Ruetzler, from December 1, 1991 to March I, 1992. 

Christopher Decorse, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
California. "Culture Contact, Continuity, and Change in 
West Africa, 1400-1900 A.D.," with Theresa Singleton and 
Chris Geary, from September 20, 1992 to June 19, 1993. 

Michael Donoghue, Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, University of 
Arizona. "Research Relating to Analyses of Plant Diver- 
sification," with Elizabeth Zimmet, from March 1, 1992 to 
June 30, 1993. 

Rosemary G. Gillespie, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Tennessee. "Pattern and Process in the Species Radiation of 
the Genus Tetragnatha in Hawaii," with Jonathan Cod- 
dington, from May 1, 1992 to April 30, 1993. 

Anna Graybeal, Predoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Berkeley. "A Molecular and Morphological Analysis of 
Phylogenetic Relationships Among North American 
toads," with Roy McDiarmid, from January 1, 1992 to 
December 31, 1992. 

Nicholas Herrmann, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Missouri, St. Louis. "The Bioarchaeology of the Jefferson 
Avenue Cemetery," with Douglas Owsley, from February 1, 
1992 to April 10, 1992. 

Mark A. Hershkovirz, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
California, Davis. "The Role of Developmental Genes in 
Floral Evolution of Display Calandrinia," with Elizabeth 
Zimmer, from September 14, 1992 to September 13, 1994. 

Darlene D. Judd, Graduate Student Fellow, A & M Univer- 
sity. "Establishing Monophyly of the Genus Phoniomyia 
Theobald (Diptera: Culicidae: Sabethini)," with Wayne 
Mathis, from September 29, 1992 to November 27, 1992. 

Maria Kiriakidu, Graduate Student Fellow, George 

Washington University. "Use-Wear Analysis of the Stone 
Tool Assemblage From the Casper Site: a Hell Gap Bison 
Kill in Wyoming," with Dennis Stanford, from September 
1, 1992 to November 9, 1992. 



Jean-Luc Loizeau, Visiting Scientist, University of Geneva. 
"Quaternary Evolution of Lagoons of the Nile Delta," with 
Daniel Stanley, from December 2, 1991 to October 2, 1992. 

Joy McCorriston, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Land 
Use and Environmental Change in the Khabur Basin, 
Syria," with Bruce Smith, from February 2, 1992 to January 

31. 1993- 

Damhnait McHugh, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia, Santa Cruz. "The Use of Phylogenetic Systematics in 
the Study of Life History Evolution of Terebellid 
Polychaetes," with Kristian Fauchald, from September 14, 
1992 to September 14, 1993. 

Karen McKee, CCRE Visiting Scientist, Louisiana State 
University. "Mangrove Regeneration Subsequent to Clear- 
felling: Factors Influencing Seedling Recruitment and Sur- 
vival," with Klaus Ruetzler, from December 1, 1991 to 
August 1, 1992. 

Michael Mehlman, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Illinois. 
"East/Central Africa: Middle Stone Age Artifact As- 
semblages and Chronometric Precision," with Alison 
Brooks, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Guillermo Mengoni Gonalon, Predoctoral Fellow, University 
of Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Bone Modification Patterns in 
Archaeofaunal Ungulate Assemblages," with Bruce Smith, 
from January 1, 1992 to June 30, 1992. 

Richard Modlin, CCRE Visiting Scientist, University of 
Alabama. "Ecology of Mysid and Leptostracan Species in 
the Shallow Waters around Twin Cays, Belize," with Frank 
Ferrari, from November 1, 1991 to October 31, 1992. 

Cynthia Motton, Graduate Student Fellow, City Univetsity of 
New York. "Comparative Pollen Morphology of the 
Ebenaceae," with Joan Nowicke, from September 7, 1992 to 
November 13, 1992. 

Karen M. Mudar, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 

Michigan. "Animal Utilization on the Prehistoric Central 
Plains of Thailand," with Bruce Smith, from September 15, 
1992 to September 14, 1993. 

Birger Neuhaus, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Gottin- 
gen, Germany. "The Introvert of the Kinorhyncha: Sig- 
nificance as a Taxonomic Character and a Tool in 
Elucidating the Evolution of the Kinorhyncha," with 
Robert P. Higgins, from March 1, 1992 to February 28, 1993. 

John Olney, CCRE Visiting Scientist, College of William and 
Mary. "A Guide to the Identification of Pelagic Fish Eggs," 
with G. David Johnson, from January 1, 1992 to August I, 
1992. 

John D. Oswald, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University. 
"Phylogeny of the Family Nymphidae and the Superfamily 
Myrmeleontiodea (Insecta: Neuroptera)," with Oliver S. 
Flint, Jr., from August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

James Pospichal, Graduate Student Fellow, Horida State 
University. "Maestrichtian-Danian Calcareous Nan- 
noplankton Biogeography: Implications for Paleoceanog- 
raphy at the K/T Boundary Transition," with Brian Huber, 
from January 21, 1992 to March 30, 1992. 



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Miroskv Prokopec, Senior Postdoaoral Fellow, Institute of 

Hygiene & Epidemiolody. "Ales Hrdlicka and Development of 
Physical Anthropology (Especially in Czechoslovakia)," with 
Douglas Ubelaker, from March 1, 1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Cherubim A. Quizon, Graduate Student Fellow, State Univer- 
sity of New York, Stony Brook. "Expatriate Collectors: Aes- 
thetics, Taxonomies, and Narrative in Private Ethnological 
Collections from the Northern Philippines, 1900-1940," 
with Paul Taylor, from June 20, 1992 to August 28, 1992. 

Edgardo Romero, Visiting Scientist, CONICET "Study of 
Cretaceous Fossil Leaves from Patagonian Sediments," with 
Francis Hueber, from June 15, 1992 to September 15, 1992. 

Mario Slaus, Graduate Student Fellow, University of Zegreb, 
Yugoslavia. "Biocultural Analysis of the Antelope Creek 
Phase of the Plains Indian Populations," with Douglas 
Owsley, from October 1, 1991 to December 10, 1991. 

Gregory E. Smoak, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Utah. "BAE Ethnographers and the Ghost Dance Move- 
ments in the Far West," with William Sturtevant, from 
September 14, 1992 to November 20, 1992. 

Lynn Snyder, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Tennessee. "As- 
sessing the Role of the Domestic Dog as a Native 
American Food Resource in the Middle Missouri Subarea," 
with J. Daniel Rogers, from May 1, 1992 to January 31, 1993. 

Jiakun Song, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan. 
"Relationship of Innervation Pattern, Homology of Lateral 
Line Receptors, and Dermal Bones in Gobioid Fishes," 
with Lynne R. Parenti, from July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993. 

Robert Soreng, Visiting Scientist, Cornell University. "New 
World Grass Flora," with Paul Peterson, from September 
14, 1992 to October 14, 1993. 

Michael Tsosie, Visiting Student, Colorado River Indian 
Tribes. "Research and Develop a Tribal Specific Catalogue 
on the Mohave Tribe Including both Mohaves from 
Colorado River and Fort Mohave," with JoAllyn Archam- 
bault, from December 30, 1991 to August 15, 1993. 

Robert Twilley, CCRE Visiting Scientist, University of South- 
western Louisiana. "Nutrient Regeneration Associated with 
Mangrove Prop Root Communities in Twin Cays, Belize," 
with Klaus Ruetzler, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 
1992. 

E.O. Wiley, CCRE Visiting Scientist, University of Kansas. 
"Collection of Larval Fishes for the Purpose of Associating 
Larvae with Adult Reef Species using Endonuclease 
Restriction Analyses," with G. David Johnson, from May 
1, 1992 to August 1, 1992. 

Brian Willis, Postdoctoral Fellow, State University of New 
York, Binghamton. "Spatial and Temporal Controls on 
Paleosol Development Within the Miocene Fluvial Siwalik 
Group," with A.K. Behrensmeyer, from October 1, 1991 to 
September 30, 1992. 

Bei Xu, Postdoctoral Fellow, China University of Geoscien- 
ces, P.R. China. "Multiple Collision in South China: The 
Evidence from the "Banxi Group"," with William Melson, 
from January 1, 1992 to June 30, 1992. 



National Zoological Park 

Garth P. Fuller, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Maryland. "Genetic Analysis of Leontopithecus Utilizing 
DNA Sequencing of Mitochondrial DNA," with Robert 
Fleischer, from June 1, 1992 to August 7, 1992. 

Marta J. Hersek, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia, Davis. "The Use of Mockingbird Song in In- 
traspecific Communication: A Test of the Ranging 
Hypothesis," with Eugene Morton, from August 1, 1992 
to July 31, 1993. 

Yadvendradev Jhala, Postdoctoral Fellow, Virginia Polytech- 
nic Institute. "Reproductive Energetics of Tree Shrews," 
with O.T. Oftedal, from January 15, 1992 to January 14, 

1993- 

Sabine S. Loew, Postdoctoral Fellow, State University of New 
York, Stony Brook. "Interactions of Males and Young in 
Toque Macaques: A Study of Paternal Investment Using 
DNA Fingerprinting," with Robert Fleischer, from August 
1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

Budhan Pukazhenthi, Predoctoral Fellow, University of 
Maryland. "A Comparative Study of Oocyte Maturation 
and In Vitro Fertilization in Domestic Cat and Non- 
Domestic Felids Using Co-Culture Technology," with 
David Wildt, from June 1, 1992 to May 31, 1993. 

David Spector, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Mas- 
sachusetts, Amherst. "Vocal Signal Matching in Intra- 
Sexual Communication Among Wood-Warblers," with 
Eugene S. Morton, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 

1993- 

Cheryl Tarr, Visiting Student, University of North Dakota. 
"Phylogentic Analysis of the Palila," with Eugene Morton, 
from January 1, 1992 to August 15, 1992. 

Ethan Temeles, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, 
Davis. "Determinants of Sexual Differences in Dominance: 
Field and Laboratory Experiments on Hummingbirds," 
with Eugene Morton, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 

1993- 

Kevin Winker, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Minnesota. 
"Sex-Related Habitat Segregation in Transient and Wintet- 
ing Near- Arctic Migrants," with John Rappole, from 
March 1, 1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Pan Xing, International Exchange Visitor, East China Not- 
mal University. "Curriculum development for the Intet- 
national Center for Conservation Biology — Shanghai," 
with R. Rudran, from December I, 1991 to February 29, 
1992. 

Hongfa Xu, International Exchange Visitor, East China 
Normal University. "Curriculum Development for the 
Intetnational Center for Conservation Biology — Shan- 
ghai," with R. Rudran, from October 1, 1991 to February 
29, 1992. 



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Smithsonian Astropbysical Laboratory 



James Boyle, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Virginia. 
"Atomic Many-Body Theory Applied to Photonization 
Processes in Complex Open-Shell Systems," with 
Alexander Dalgarno, from October I, 1991 to September 30, 
1992. 

John Chambers, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Manchester. 
"The Role of Mean-Motion Resonances in the Origin and 
Evolution of Comets," with Brian Marsden, from Septem- 
ber 15, 1992 to September 14, 1993. 

Francisco Colomer, Visiting Student, Chalmers University of 
Technology. "VLBI Observations of SiO Masers," with 
James Moran, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Salvador Curiel, Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University. 
"Observational and Theoretical Study of Energy Sources 
and Phenomena Related to Molecular Outflows," with Paul 
T Ho, from March 1, 1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Crist 1 iia Dalle Ore, Visiting Student, University of California, 
Santa Cruz. "The Maunder-Minimum Phase Solar-Type 
Stars," with Sallie Baliunas, from December I, 1991 to May 
31, 1992. 

John Delos, Visiting Scientist, College of William and Mary. 
"The Study of Excited States of Atoms in Electric and Mag- 
netic Fields," with A. Dalgarno, from January 1, 1992 to 
December 31, 1992. 

Danuta Dobrzycka, Predoctoral Fellow, Copernicus 

Astronomical Center. "Accretion Disk Modelling," with 
Scott Kenyon, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 

1993- 

Stephen Fennell, Predoctoral Fellow, University College 
Dublin. "Granite: Gamma Ray Astrophysics New Imaging 
Telescope. A Proposal to form Stereoscopic Images of 
Cherenkov Light from TeV Gamma Ray Showers," with 
Trevor Weekes, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Charlotte Fischer, Visiting Scientist, Vanderbilt University. 
"Computational Atomic Spectroscopy," with Alexander 
Dalgarno, from September I, 1992 to December 31, 1992. 

Jing Gao, Visiting Student, College of William and Mary. 
"Calculations of Oscillations in the Photoabsorption 
Spectra of Hydrogen and Sodium in Electric Fields," with 
John Delos, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Michele Grassi, Visiting Scientist, University of Naples. 
"New Techniques for Tethet Attachment Point Displace- 
ment to Control the Attitude Dynamics of a tethered Sys- 
tem During a Radar Interferometry Mission," with Mario 
Cosmo, from February I, 1992 to April 30, 1992. 

liana Harrus, Predoctoral Fellow, Columbia University. 
"Study of X-ray Spectra from SNRs," with John Hughes, 
from August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

Atac Imamoglu, Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University. 
"Predicting Resonance Fluorescence without Quantizing 
the Radiation Field," with Alexander Dalgarno, from Sep- 
tember 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 



Karsten Joensen, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Copen- 
hagen. "Evaluation of Multilayers as Grazing-incidence 
Optics for X-ray Astronomy," with Paul Gorenstein, from 
August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

Jan Johansson, Visiting Scientist, Chalmers University of 
Technology. "Determining Estimates of the Vertical from 
GPS," with James Davis, from July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993. 

Laurie Kovalenko, Visiting Scientist, University of Colorado. 
"Alignment Effects in Atomic and Molecular Collisions," 
with George Field, from January 1, 1992 to August 31, 1992. 

Akihiko Kuze, Visiting Scientist, NEC Corporation. "Re- 
search Relevant to the Satellite -based Instruments for At- 
mospheric Measurements," with Kelly Chance, from 
September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Mircea Marinescu, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Romania. 
"Atomic and Molecular Physics," with A. Dalgarno, from 
October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Alessandro Massarorti, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Chicago. "Non-standard Approaches to Large Scale Struc- 
ture Formation Cold Dark Matter Model and Related Is- 
sues Primordial Nucleosynthesis and Gravity and Gauge 
Theories," with George Field, from September I, 1992 to 
August 31, 1993. 

Shude Mao, Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University. 

"Gravitational Lensing and Gamma-ray Bursts," with Alas- 
tair Cameron, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1992. 

P.M. Mathews, Visiting Scientist, University of Madras. 
"Theoretical Studies on Tidal Deformations and Muta- 
tions," with Irwin Shapiro, from August 1, 1992 to January 

31. '993- 

Michael McCarthy, Postdoctoral Fellow, Massachusetts In- 
stitute of Technology. "Experimental and Observational 
Studies of Silicon- and Other Metal-Containing Molecules 
of Astrophysical Interest," with James Moran from August 
1, 1992 to July 31, 1994. 

John Morgan, Visiting Scientist, University of Delaware. 
"The Calculation of the Asymptotics of Exponentially 
Small Exchange Energy Splittings in Molecules and 
Molecular Ions," with A. Dalgarno, from January 1, 1992 to 
August 31, 1992. 

Alexander Panasyuk, Visiting Scientist, Russian Academy of 
Sciences. "Perfecting the Real-time Software for the Mac-U 
for Use on the IOTA Project," with Robert Reasenberg, 
from May 1, 1992 to March 31, 1993. 

Silvia Pellegrini, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Bologna. "X- 
ray Emissions from Elliptical Galaxies," with Guseppina Fab- 
biano, from November 1, 1991 to December 31, 1992. 

Massimo Ramella, Visiting Scientist, Osservatorio 

Astronomico di Trieste. "The Investigation of the Structure 
of the Galaxy Distribution within the Great Wall," with 
Margaret Geller, from December 10, 1991 to June 10, 1992. 

Marco Romoli, Visiting Scientist, University of Florence. 
"Characterization of the White Light Channel Coronograph 
Polarimeter for the SOHO/UVCS Experiment," with John 
Kohl, from August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 



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Pan Rongshi, Visiting Scientist, Shanghai Observatory. "Main- 
taining the Geodetic VLBI Archive and Providing Data 
Analysis Support to the Geodesy Group," with James 
Davis, from July I, 1992 to December 31, 1992. 

Adrian Rovero, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Buenos 
Aires. "Gamma Ray Group Researching in High Energy 
Astrophysics," with Trevor Weekes, from October 1, 1991 to 
September 30, 1992. 

Wei-Hock Soon, Visiting Scientist, University of Southern 
California. "The Brightness and Magnetic Activity Varia- 
tions of Solar-type and Related Lower-main-sequence 
Stars," with Sallie Baliunas, from October 1, 1991 to July 31, 
1992. 

Philip Standi, Predoctoral Fellow, Old Dominion University. 
"Strong Magnetic Field Effects on Stellar Spectra with Ap- 
plications to White Dwarfs," with Alexander Dalgarno, 
from August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

James R. Voelkel, Predoctoral Fellow, Indiana University. 
"The Development and Reception of Kepler's Physical 
Astronomy," with Owen Gingerich, from September I, 
1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Xiazhou Yang, Visiting Student, University of Tennessee. 
"The Photoabsorption Spectrum Near Threshold of 
Hydrogen in a Magnetic Field," with A. Dalgarno, from 
January 1, 1992 to May 31, 1992. 

Insu Yi, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas, Austin. 
"Cosmological Density Perturbations in Accretion Disks in 
Compact Objects," with Alastair Cameron, from Septem- 
ber 1, 1992 to August 31, 1994. 



Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center 



Shuping Bi, Postdoctoral Fellow, Nanjing University, P.R. 
China. "Electrochemical Analysis of the Concentration and 
Form of Aluminum in Soil Water and Stream Water," with 
David Correll, from January 15, 1992 to January 31, 1993. 

Janet M. Coffee, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Texas, Austin. "Computer Simulation Modeling Investigat- 
ing the Effects of Land Uses on Nitrogen Discharges from 
Agricultural Watersheds," with Donald E. Weller, from 
June 1, 1992 to September 18, 1992. 

Joseph Dineen, Jr., Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Maryland. "Larval Settlement Relative to Distribution of 
Three Species of Balanus in Chesapeake Bay," with Anson 
Hines, from October 15, 1991 to October 14, 1992. 

Dieter M. Ebert, Short-term Fellow, Universitat Basel. 
"Division of Labour in the Social Spider Anelosimus ex- 
imus," with Donald Windsor, from December 1, 1991 to 
February 29, 1992. 

Paul J. Gier, Short-term Fellow, University of California, 
ULCA. "Mate Choice and Reproductive Success in 



Ctenosaura similis," with A. Stanley Rand, from December 
I, 1991 to February 29, 1992. 

Edwin Grosholz, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia, Berkeley. "The Influence of Host Genotype and Spatial 
Distribution on Patterns of Larval Trematode Infection in a 
Brooding Bivalve," with Gregory Ruiz, from January 15, 
1992 to January 14, 1993. 

William B. Jaeckle, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 

Southern California. "The Influence of Larval Growth, Me- 
tabolism, Differentiation, and Length of Larval Life on 
Growth and Survivorship of Juvenile Macoma Mitchelli," 
with Anson Hines, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 

1993- 

Matthew B.Jones, Short-term Fellow, University of Florida. 
"Effects of Seed Predation on Adult Abundance in a Tropi- 
cal Herb," with Joseph Wright, from May 13, 1992 to July 
28, 1992. 

Daniel K. Niven, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Illinois. 
"The Consequences of Habitat Selection for the Demog- 
raphy of a Neotropical Avian Migrant," with James Lynch, 
from June 1, 1992 to May 31, 1993. 

Catherine C. Robb, Short-term Fellow, University of Connec- 
ticut. "Physiological Constraints on Calling Activity in 
Neotropical Frogs," with Stanley A. Rand, from April 20, 
1992 to July 20, 1992. 

Guy B. Thompson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cambridge Univer- 
sity. "More Indirect Effects of CO2 on Salt Marsh Plant 
Jungi and Insects and Decomposers," with Bert Drake, 
from July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993. 
John E. Tobin, Short-term Fellow, Harvard University. "Diver- 
sity, Community Structure, and Energetics in a Neotropi- 
cal Rainforest Canopy Ant Assemblage," with Donald 
Winsor, from July 1, 1992 to September 30, 1992. 
Jacques White, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Maryland. "Seasonal Variability in Trophic Level Ex- 
ploitation by Estuarine Zooplankton," with D. Wayne 
Coats and Charles L. Gallegos, from November 1, 1991 to 
January 31, 1993. 



Smithsonian Archives 



Patricia A. Moore, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
California, Los Angeles. "The Intersection of Gender, 
Region, and Discipline: Scientific Promotion Systems 
Among Women Botanists in California, 1880-1940," with 
Pamela Henson, from September 29, 1992 to December 8, 
1992. 

Edward H. Smith, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell 
University. "Biography of Charles Valentine Riley," with 
Pamela M. Henson, from August 1, 19922 to Octobet 31, 
1992. 



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Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 



John Barone, Short Term Fellow, University of Utah. "The 
Janzel-Connell Hyporhesis: A Test of the Mechanism," 
with Joseph Wright, from August 20, 1992 to November 
20, 1992. 

Kenneth Clifton, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Califor- 
nia, La Jolla. "Testing Current Group Size Models Using 
the Caribbean Striped Parrotfish, Scarus iserti," with Ross 
Robertson, from October 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Justine Cruz, Short Term Fellow, Duke University. "Bird, 
Beetle, Paca, and Palm Interactions on the Small Islands of 
Gatun Lake," with J. Wright, from October 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 

Douglas Emlen, Short Term Fellow, Princeton University. 
"Evolution of bimodal male horn-length variation in the 
Dung Beetle Onthopahgus stockwelli," with William Eber- 
hard, from October I, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Carlos M. Fitzgerald, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pit- 
tsburgh. "The Archaeology of a Frontier: Chame in Eastern 
Panama," with Richard Cooke, from September 15, 1992 to 
September 14, 1993. 

Gregory Gilbert, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wiscon- 
sin, Madison. "The Role of Tree Diseases in Recruitment 
and Survival of Saplings near Conspecific Adult Trees," 
with Alan Smith, from October l, 1991 to September 30, 
1992. 

Matthew Gompper, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Ten- 
nessee. "The Importance of Genetic Relatedness to the Ex- 
hibition of Social Behavior in the Coati (Nasua narica)," 
with Nicholas Smythe and A. Stanley Rand, from July 15, 
1992 to July 14, 1993. 

Michael Hart, Short Term Fellow, University of Washington. 
"Larval Feeding and Egg Size in Geminate species Pairs of 
Echinoderms," with H. Lessios, from September 1, 1992 to 
November 30, 1992. 

John Jones, Postdoctoral Fellow, Texas A & M University. 
"Human Ecology, Vegetation, and Climate of Belize 
During the Late Quaternary and Holocene," with Dolores 
Piperno, from Octobet 1, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Michael Kaspari, Short Term Fellow, University of Arizona. 
"Patchiness and Diversity of Tropical Litter Ants: the Role of 
Litter Dynamics, Disturbance and Recolonization," with 
Donald Windsor, from October 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 

Lisa Kealhofer, Visiting Scientist, Bryn Mawr College. "Pre- 
historic Subsistence, Settlement, and Environment in 
Central Thailand," with Dolores Piperno, from October 1, 
1991 to September 30, 1993. 

Connie Kolman, Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University. 
"Evolutionary History of Amerind Populations: A 
Molecular Analysis," with Eldredge Bermingham, from 
July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993. 

Damond Kyllo, Short Tetm Fellow, University of Missouri, 
St. Louis. "Plant Interconnections by VA Mycorrhizae and 



the Effects of Growth and Reproduction of Differentially 
Stressed Plants," with Alan Smith and Joseph Wright, 
from June 5, 1992 to September 5, 1992. 

Paul Morris, Postdoctoral Fellow, Museum of Comparative 
Zoology. "Fluid Mechanics, Functional Morphology, and 
Phylogeny of Gastropod Pallial Anatomy," with Jeremy 
Jackson, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Oldrich Nedved, Short Term Fellow, Czechoslovak Academy 
of Sciences. "Diapause of Stenotarsus rotundus (Coleoptera: 
Endomychidae): Supercooling Ability and Importance of 
Aggregating," with Donald Windsor, from December 1, 

1991 to February 28, 1992. 

Karen Reiss, Short Term Fellow, Cornell University. "Inves- 
tigations on the Functional Morphology of Tamandua 
mexicana," with Nicholas Smythe, from January 10, 1992 to 
April 10, 1992. 

Jennifer Ruesink, Short Term Fellow, University of 

Washington. "The Role of Epibiotic Biology in Distur- 
bance to Scleractinian Corals: Colonization after Wounding 
and its Consequences," with Jeremy Jackson, from April 1, 

1992 to June 30, 1992. 

Steve Travers, Short Term Fellow, University of California, 
Santa Barbara. "Pollen-tube Competition and the Potential 
fot Sexual Selection in Tropical Plant Species," with Egbert 
Leigh, from April 15, 1992 to July 15, 1992. 

David Zeh, Visiting Scientist, University of Arizona. "How 
sexual selection works in nature: New Insights from DNA 
Fingerprinting," with William Eberhard, from October I, 
1991 to September 30, 1992. 



Arts and Humanities 
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 



Jessica Hallett, Predoctoral Fellow, Oxford University. "In- 
fluences and Innovation in Early Islamic Pottery and 
Glassmaking: The Basra - Cairo Connection," with Esin 
Atil, from August 1, 1992 to July 31, 1993. 

Mary Slusser, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington, D.C. 
"Studies of Nepalese and Tibetan Art," with Milo Beach 
and Carol R. Bolon, from October 1, 1991 to September 9, 
1992. 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 



Deborah Krohn, Peter Krueger-Christies's Fellow. "The 

Renaissance Wedding: An Examination of the Material Cul- 
ture of Ritual," with David MacFadden, from September 
15, 1992 to July 14,1993. 



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Yashiko Wada, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
California, Berkeley. "The Development of Shibori, Tie- 
Dye, Shaped-Resist Dyeing in the U.S.A.," with Milton 
Sonday and Michael Monroe, from January i, 1992 to 
March 31, 1993. 



Experimental Gallery 



Norman Andersen, Visiting Museum Scholar, North Carolina 
State University. "Alternatives in Museum Exhibition 
Design," with Kimberly Camp, from November 1, 1991 to 
May 1, 1992. 

Bruce Underwood, Visiting Museum Scholar, University of 
Maryland. "Develop and Operate a Gallery Explainers/In- 
terpreters Program for 'Powers of Ten' Exhibition," with 
Kimberly Camp, from October l, 1991 to September 30, 
1992. 



Brunella Nisini, Visiting Scientist, Instituto di Fisica del Plas- 
ma Interplanetario. "Analysis and Modelling of Infrared 
Recombination Lines of Hydrogen from Very Young Stars 
with Winds," with Howard Smith, from October 7, 1991 to 
May 6, 1992. 

Vladimir Strelnitski, Visiting Scientist, Russian Academy of 
Scientists. "Calibration of Metal Mesh Instruments: 
Hydrogen Recombination Line Masers in MWC349," with 
Howard Smith from July 13, 1992 to July 12, 1993. 

Christopher Swezey, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Texas, Austin. "Remote Sensing of Paleo-Drainage Systems 
in the Western Desert of Egypt," with Ted Maxwell, from 
June 22, 1992 to August 28, 1992. 

Jennifer Tucker, Graduate Student Fellow, Johns Hopkins 
University. "Balloons and Aerial Views in American Scien- 
tific, Visual, and Popular Culture, 1850-1870," with David 
DeVorkin, from June 8, 1992 to August 14, 1992. 

Christine White, Guggenheim Fellowship, Cambridge 

University. "Women in Early Russian and Soviet Aviation," 
with Von Hatdesty and Dominick Pisano, from December 
1, 1991 to November 30, 1992. 



Hirshborn Museum and Sculpture Garden 



Diane L Dillon, Graduate Student Fellow, Yale University. 
"Deciphering the Subject: Abstract and Emblematic 
Portraiture in America, 1911-1931," with Judith Zilczer, 
from February 19, 1992 to April 12, 1992. 

Irena K. Dzurkowa, Postdoctoral Fellow, Polish Academy of 
Sciences, Poland. "Serial and Cyclical Imagery in Modern 
Art," with Judith Zilczer, from February 1, 1992 to January 
31. 1993- 



National Museum of African Art 



Sara W Smith, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 

Washington. "The Construction of Yoruba Identity and the 
Creation of Contemporary Art," with Roy Sieber, from Sep- 
tember 1, 1992 to November 9, 1992. 



National Air and Space Museum 



Harold Andrews, NASM Fellow, Cornell University. "Jet En- 
gines and Swept Wings Advancing The U.S. Navy's Carrier 
Fighter Technology 1941-1954," with Thomas Crouch, from 
October I, 1991 to September 30, 1992. 

Vasiliy Karpiy, International Fellow, Aeroflot. "The History 
of U.S. and Soviet Aviation," with Von Hardesty and 
Ronald Davies, from December 17, 1991 to March 16, 1992. 

Emmanuel Leliouch, International Fellow, University of Paris 
at Meudon. "Reconstruction of the Global-scale Atmos- 
pheric Circulation in Venus' Atmosphere," with Jeff 
Goldstein, from October 6, 1991 to December 29, 1991. 

Vadim Mikheyev, International Fellow, Russian Academy of 
Sciences. "The History of the Rotocraft Industry and of 
Aviation in Pre-revolutionary Russia," with Von Hardesty, 
from September 1, 1992 to Novembet 30, 1992. 



National Museum of American Art 



Julie Aronson, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Delaware. 
"Bessie Potter Vonnoh and Small Bronze Sculpture in 
America," with George Gurney, from September 1, 1992 to 
August 31, 1993. 

Mark P. Cole, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Delaware. "A 
Critical Evaluation of American Magic Realism," with Vir- 
ginia Mecklenburg, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 

1993- 

Mary Douglas, Renwick Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Maspeth, 
New York. "The Craftsman as Yeoman: An Ideology of 
Craft," with Jeremy Adamson, from September 1, 1992 to 
August 31, 1993. 

Juanita M. Holland, Graduate Student Fellow, Columbia 
University. "Nineteenth-Century African American Artists 
Edmonia Lewis and Edward M. Bannister: Works and Ar- 
chival Resources in Smithsonian Collections," with Lynda 
Hartigan, from June 29, 1992 to Septembet 4, 1992. 



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National Museum of American History 



Alan R. Berolzheimer, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Vir- 
ginia. "Topographies of mass Consumption in the U.S., 
1910 -1950," with Charles McGovern, from August 1, 1992 
to July 31, 1993. 

Regina Lee Blaszczyk, Predoctoral Fellow, University of 
Delaware. "Shaping the Material World: Technology, 
Markets, and Competitive Strategies in the U.S. Ceramic 
and Glass Industries, 1865-1970," with Steven Lubar, from 
September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Oscar Campomanes, Predoctoral Fellow, Brown University. 
"Orientalized Filipinos and American Orientalists, 1898- 
1915," with Charles McGovern and Gary Kulik, from June 
1, 1992 to September 30, 1992. 

Joseph Dumit, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
California, Santa Cruz. "Mind Matters: The Social, 
Material, and Entrepreneurial Development of Com- 
puterized Brain and Body Imaging, 1950-1990," with 
Ramunas Kondratas, from June 22, 1992 to August 28, 
1992. 

John R. Gennari, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. "Jazz and American Culture: The Role of Criticism," 
with John Hasse and Charles McGovern, from July 1, 1992 
to June 30, 1993. 

Aaron D. Gresson, Postdoctoral Fellow, Pennsylvania State 
University. "The Flag and the Yellow Ribbon," with Keith 
Melder and Edith Mayo, from June 1, 1992 to August 31, 
1992. 

Ulf Hashagen, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 

Munich, Germany. "Mathematical Models and Machines in 
Germany and the USA, 1870-1930," with Nathan Reingold, 
from August 31, 1992 to November 6, 1992. 

Kristin Hass, Graduate Student Fellow, University of 
Michigan. "Twentieth Century Collecting, Material Cul- 
ture, and the Potency of Things," with Charles McGovern, 
from June 1, 1992 to August 7, 1992. 

Hartmut Keil, Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, University of 
Munich, Germany. "German Immigrants and African 
Americans in Mid-I9th Century America: A Study in 
Group Interaction," with James Horton, from October 15, 
1991 to March 31, 1992. 

Arlene Kriv, Graduate Student Fellow, Rutgers University. 
"Constructing the "Modern" in American Architecture the 
Cultural Production of the Skyscraper and Corporate 
Capitalism, 1990-1940," with Charles McGovern, from Sep- 
tember 14, 1992 to November 20, 1992. 

Deepak Kumar, Postdoctoral Fellow, Delhi University, 
India. "Science and Colonization: A Comparative 
Study of the Dutch Indies and British India, 1900- 
1945," with Nathan Reingold, from March 1, 1992 to 
August 31, 1992. 

Jeanne Lawrence, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Mer- 
chandising Class: The Department Store and Urban Social 



Relations in Chicago and Glasgow, 1890-1930," with Char- 
les McGovern, from January 1, 1992 to December 31, 1992. 

Nancy Mannikko, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. 

"Hydroelectric Development and the Formation of Discipli- 
nary Boundaries in Engineering, 1900-1930," with Jeffrey 
Stine, from January 1, 1992 to June 30, 1992. 

Iwan Morus, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge, 
England. "The Dynamics of the Electrical Community in 
England and America, 1830-1850," with Bernard S. Finn, 
from April 1, 1992 to September 30, 1992. 

Clifford W. Putney, Graduate Student Fellow, Brandeis 

University. "Images of Success: Advertisers' Idealizations of 
the American Male, 1880-1930," with Charles McGovern, 
from June 1, 1992 to August 7, 1992. 

Keith D. Revell, Predoctoral Fellow, University of Virginia. 
"Beyond Efficiency: Experts, Urban Planning, and Civic 
Culture in New York City, 1898-1933," with Jeffrey Stine, 
from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

David Roberts, Graduate Student Fellow, Johns Hopkins 
University. "Methods and Motives for Visualizing 
Abstractions: American Mathematical Pedagogy, 1890- 
1900," with Peggy Kidwell, from June 1, 1992 to May 31, 

1993- 

Marguerite S. Shaffer, Predoctoral Fellow, Harvard University. 
"See America First: The Rise of Touring the United States, 
1906-1939," with Charles F. McGovern, from September I, 
1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Lynne P. Snyder, Graduate Srudent Fellow, University of Penn- 
sylvania. "The Federal Government Discovers Air Pollu- 
tion, 1948-1967," with Jeffrey Stine, from June 2, 1992 to 
May 31, 1993. 

Elizabeth A. White, Predoctoral Fellow, Yale University. "Sen- 
timental Entrepreneurs: Profit and the Cultural Rhetoric of 
the Middle Class, 1840-1890," with Charles McGovern, 
from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 

Barbara Woods, Visiting Scholar, Association for Study of 
African-American Life and History. "The Public Career of 
Modjeska Simkins," with Spencer Crew, from October 15, 
1991 to June 30, 1993. 



National Portrait Gallery 



Ellen H. Grayson, Predoctoral Fellow, George Washington 
University. "History Painting in a Republic of Virtue: So- 
cial Meaning in Rembrandt Peale's Court of Death," with 
William Truettoer, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 
1993- 



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Education and Public Services 

Center for Folklife Programs and 
Cultural Studies 



liana Abramovitch, Graduate Student Fellow, New Yotk 
University. "The Conceptual Evolution of Multiethnic Fes- 
tivals: American's Making Exposition and Festival — Im- 
migrant Gifts on the Altar of America," with Olivia 
Cadaval, from June 15, 1992 to August 25, 1992. 

Wei Feng, Visiting Scholar, China Folk Literature and Arts 
Society. "Technique of Producing Living Cultural Exhibi- 
tions as a means of Education and Development," with 
Peter Seitel, from October 7, 1991 to January 31, 1992. 

Frank J. Korom, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. "Rites of Passage and the Passage of Rites: Muhar- 
ram Observances in Iran, India, and Trinidad," with 
Richard Kurin, from September 1, 1992 to August 31, 1993. 



External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs 



toric Preservation," with Vera Hyatt, from September 1, 
1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Nana Ocran, Ghana Project Trainee, Ghana Tourist Board. 
"Participant in Technical Museum Training Programs for 
the Ghana Cape Coast Natural Resource Conservation and 
Historic Preservation," with Vera Hyatt, from September 1, 
1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Emmanuel Quao, Ghana Project Trainee, Center for National 
Culture. "Participant in Technical Museum Training 
Programs for the Ghana Cape Coast Natural Resource Con- 
servation and Historic Preservation," with Vera Hyatt, 
from September 1, 1992 to Febtuary 28, 1993. 



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 here 
began their appointments between October I, 1991, and 
September 30, 1992. Those who received special awards 
or participated in special programs are so listed. 
Wherever possible the home institution, a brief descrip- 
tion of the project undertaken at the Smithsonian, and 
the dates of service are given. 



Angelo dos Santos, Visiting Scientist, Institute Nacional de 
Pesquisas de Amazonia. "Institutional Policy and Outreach 
for the Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project," 
with Thomas Lovejoy, from January 1, 1992 to Decembet 31, 
1992. 



Office of International 
Relations International Center 



Paul Ackon, Ghana Project Trainee, St. Paul's Technical, 
Kukuranfumi, Ghana. "Participant in Technical Museum 
Training Progtams for the Ghana Cape Coast Natural 
Resource Conservation and Historic Preservation," with 
Vera Hyatt, from September 1, 1992 to February 28, 1993. 

George Asante, Ghana Project Trainee, 37 Military Hospital. 
"Participant in Technical Museum Training Programs for 
the Ghana Cape Coast Natural Resource Conservation and 
Historic Preservation," with Vera Hyatt, from September I, 
1992 to February 28, 1993. 

Soloman Obeng, Ghana Project Trainee, CEDECOM. "Par- 
ticipant in Technical Museum Training Programs for the 
Ghana Cape Coast Natural Resource Conservation and His- 



Office of Public Affairs 



Kimberly Davis, Bachelors Degree. Developing and updating 
media mailing lists; writing a news release for distribution 
to the print media; assisting with publicity campaigns, Sep- 
tember 22, 1992 through Decembet 31, 1992. 

Meredith Marsh, Bachelors Candidate. Working closely with 
public information officer, help to maintain clips, write 
ptess releases; working closely with Folklife festival coor- 
dinators, June 1, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 



Sciences 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 



Jennifer Beers, Bachelors Degree. Paper Conservation 
Laboratory, Learn about examination, treatment, and 
analysis of parchment and parchment paper, June 22, 1992 
through Septembet 30, 1992. 



Jan Burandt, Masters Candidate, Buffalo State College. Papet 
Conservation Laboratory, conservation survey for Smith- 
sonian Institution Archives, National Museum of American 
Art, and conservation treatment of a Renwick architectural 
drawing of the Smithsonian building, July 6, 1992 through 
August 28, 1992. 

Patricia Griffin, Masters Candidate, Institute of Fine Arts, 
New York University. Objects Conservation Laboratory, 
train in archaeological conservation, both in the field and 
in the objects conservation laboratory, October 7, 1991 
through October 6, 1992. 

Thuy Le, High School Student. Thomas Jefferson High 
School for Science and Technology. Identification and 
Analysis of Paleolithic Pigments, August 31 1992 through 
June 18, 1993. 

William Lewin, Bachelors Candidate, Old Dominion Univer- 
sity. Furniture Conservation Laboratory, conservation and 
treatment of Japanned clock, June 9, 1992 through August 
18, 1992. 

Margo McFarland, Masters Candidate, Institute of Fine 
Arts, New York University. Paper Conservation 
Laboratory, undertake conservation surveys, including a 
survey of monotypes at NMAA for condition and com- 
position and drawings at SI Archives by Renwick for ex- 
amination and treatment, July 6, 1992 through August 
28, 1992. 

Catherine Nightingale, Bachelors Candidate, Institute of 
Archaeology, University of London. Objects Conserva- 
tion Laboratory, conservation treatment of ancient pre- 
pottery neolithic statue cache made of plaster from 'Ain 
Ghazal, Jordan, July 13, 1992 through September 18, 
1992. 

Arati Raghavan, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson 
High School for Science and Technology. Neolithic Plaster 
Identification and Technology, August 31, 1992 through 
June 18, 1993. 

Dana Seaman, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson High 
School for Science and Technology. Research, extraction and 
amplification of DNA from ancient plant material, June 
29, 1992 through June 29, 1993. 

Judith Soutfvvard, Masters Degree. Objects Conservation 
Laboratory, conservation treatment of ancient pre-pottery 
neolithic statuary cache made of plaster from 'Ain Ghazal, 
Jordan, June 29, 1992 through August 28, 1992. 

Nancy Stanfill, Bachelor's Degree, Kansas City Art Institute. 
Treatment and research on specialty papers and 
photographs; assistance in courses, workshops and surveys, 
September 28, 1992 through September 27, 1993. 

Puji Yosep Subagiyo, Visiting Professional, National 

Museum, Indonesia. Textile Conservation, train in textile 
conservation and research on traditional materials used in 
Indonesia, October 1, 1991 through May 1, 1992. 



National Museum of Natural History 



Genevieve Alvarez, High School Graduate. Marine Systems 
Laboratory, OESE Intern '92: assist with two living eco- 
systems and study ecosystems; take salinity readings and 
maintain the systems pH and temp., July 13, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Rosa Anchondo, Bachelors Candidate, University of Arizona. 
Department of Anthropology, work with the Handbook of 
North American Indian staff in researching and archiving pic- 
ture material and photographs, June 22, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Michelle Anderson, Bachelors Candidate, Western 

Washington University. Department of Botany, features of 
seed morphology of Heliconias will be described, charac- 
terized and scored and used in a phylagenetic analyses, May 
26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jennifer Apple, Bachelors Candidate, University of Puget 
Sound. Department of Invertebrate Zoology, diversity and 
distribution of Mangrove Swamp Invertebrates: specimens 
will be sorted and identified, the distribution will be 
mapped from field data, and environmental data will be 
analyzed as part of a srudy of mangrove ecology, May 26, 
1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Alexandria Audet, Bachelors Candidate, MacDonald College. 
Department of Vertebrate Zoology, May 5, 1992 through 
July 31, 1992. 

Eliza Bancroft, Bachelors Degree. Departmenr of Anrhropol- 
ogy, assist in the administration of the American Indian 
Program and development of the North American Hall 
project, December 2, 1991 through February 2, 1992. 

Eric Bannasch, High School Graduate. Department of 
Anthropology, OESE Intern '92: assist in sorting, process- 
ing and cataloging artifacts from North American sites; or- 
ganize and enter data into computer, July 13, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Robin Baron, Masters Candidate. ADP, digitizing and 
geographic data entry for computer mapping and 
geographic information systems projects, March 2, 1992 
through June 30, 1992. 

Robin Baron. Department of Botany, the application of 
geographical information systems to a botanical inventory 
of the Parque Nacional Sierra Nevada, Venezuela, May 18, 
1992 through November 18, 1992. 

James Breiler, Masters Candidate, University of Washington. 
Departmenr of Anthropology, develop study plan for im- 
plementation of tribal museums, January 27, 1992 through 
February 22, 1992. 

Nicole Brooks, High School Graduate. Insect Zoo, OESE In- 
tern '92: conduct public feedings, insect handling and 
presentations; daily preparation of exhibits and care of in- 
sect cultures, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Jerry Burgess, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Mineral Sciences, help to: gather and dis- 



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seminate information about current volcanism and 
earthquakes for the monthly GVN Bulletin; produce 
Global Volcanism 1986-92, documenting 6 years of Bul- 
letin volcano reporting; build a petrologic and tectonic 
database linked to the Volcano Reference File, February 24, 
1992 through September 4, 1992. 

Judith Buzzi, Visiting Professional. Insect Zoo, develop cur- 
ricula material for classroom teachers using arthropods to 
teach basic concepts of ecology, animal behavior, and the 
scientific method, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Diana Clise, Masters Degree. Conservation Laboratory, par- 
ticipate in on-going volunteer projects, June 1, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Tanisha Cobb, High School Student, Frederick Douglas High 
School. Naturalist Center, participate in workshops as well as 
assist supervisor and workshop consultants with the im- 
plementation of the Natural Science Institute for Teachers of 
Minority Students, June 29, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Juanita Cole, High School Graduate. Naturalist Center, par- 
ticipate in workshops as well as assist supervisor and 
workshop consultants with the implementation of the 
Natural Science Institute for Teachers of Minority Stu- 
dents, June 29, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Margaret Cuasay, Bachelors Degree. Department of Mineral 
Sciences, preparation and analysis of volcanic rock samples, 
December 2, 1991 through September 30, 1992. 

Brian Demedius, Bachelors Candidate, Maryland Institute 
College of Art. Department of Scientific Illustrations, 
paleontological illustrations, January 31, 1992 through May 

31. 1991- 

Ricky Dickens, High School Graduate. Naturalist Center, par- 
ticipate in workshops as well as assist supervisor and 
workshop consultants with the implementation of the 
Natural Science Institute for Teachers of Minority Stu- 
dents, June 29, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Amy Downing, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 
Department of Vertebrate Zoology, systematic review of 
the fish genus Dermogings, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Nathan Eckrich, Bachelors Candidate, San Diego State 

University. Department of Botany, herbivore induced mor- 
phology of marine algae, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Jennifer Edge, High School Graduate. Department of 
Anthropology, OESE Intern '92: assist in researching 
Benedicte Wrensted, a photographer whose work docu- 
ments the Northern Shoshone and Bannock Indian tribes; 
search old newspapers to locate information, June 8, 1992 
through July 10, 1992. 

David Ellenberger, Bachelors Candidate, Albertson College of 
Idaho. Department of Vertebrate Zoology, amorphometric 
analysis of cranial development of Least Chipmunks, May 
26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Tuwayne Foster, High School Student, F.W. Ballou High 
School. Naturalist Center, participate in workshops as well 



as assist supervisor and workshop consultants with the im- 
plementation of the Natural Science Institute for Teachers 
of Minority Students, June 29, 1992 through August 7, 
1992. 

Tess Freidenburg, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State Univer- 
sity. Department of Physical Anthropology, evidence of 
European contact as reflected in skeletons from Easter Is- 
land, January 8, 1992 through March 20, 1992. 

Mary Gaines, Visiting Professional. Department of Anthropol- 
ogy, review trade books on American Indians for cultural 
and historical accuracy and cultural sensitivity; books 
found suitable will be included on a bibliography to be dis- 
tributed to elementary and secondary teachers, July 6, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Julia Geffrey, Bachelors Candidate, New Mexico Highlands 
University. Department of Anthropology, assist in research 
on human bones, June 1, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Arnetta Girardeau, Masters Candidate, Duke University. 
Department of Anthropology, study of material and social 
coding found in the early ethnographic photographs of 
Cherokee and Seminole Indians, June 22, 1992 through 
August 31, 1992. 

Jonathan Goldberg, Masters Degree. Department of Mineral 
Science, assist in gathering and disseminating information 
about current volcanism and earthquakes for the monthly 
GVN Bulletin; produce Global Volcanism 1986-1991, 
documenting 6 years of Bulletin volcano reporting; build a 
petrologic and tectonic database linked to the Volcano Ref- 
erence File, July 20, 1992 through September 25, 1992. 

Jonathan Goodrich, Bachelors Degree. Department of Asian 
Ethnology, Assist P. Taylor with research and organization 
of Abbott Letters & Taiwanese Hell Scrolls exhibit, April 
27, 1992 through July 14, 1992. 

Katherine Gould, Bachelors Degree. Department of Biology, 
species delimitation in the floral genus Werneria, an An- 
dean composite, through character analysis of collected 
specimens, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Carolyn Gray, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Will be assisting with the public affairs efforts for the 
"Seeds of Change" exhibit in the National Museum of 
Natural History, September 28, 1992 through December 16, 
1992. 

Naomi Graychase, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. 
Working on the handbook of Native American Indians, 
September 8, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Cheyenne Harris, Bachelors Degree. Department of 

Anthropology, study of Native American metalwork in the 
museum, June 1, 1992 through June 12, 1992 

Michael Henry, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Handbook of the American Indian, work on 
women photographers of Native American peoples, 
January 9, 1992 through May 30, 1992. 

Kerry Inman, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, Com- 
melinaceae Research: Is Antherocopsis sepalosa a species of 
Mjtrdania, May 25, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 



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Kimberly Jackson, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Systematics Labotatory, work with curators on identifying, 
sorting, and analyzing cephalopods, June I, 1992 through 
August 7, 1992. 

Regina Jennings, Bachelors Degree. Office of the Director, as- 
sist public relations with publicity, media relations, and 
special events/features; work with curators on "Seeds of 
Change" exhibit, June 3, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Rajeshwari Jhala, Bachelors Degree. ADP, digitizing and 
geographic data entry for computer mapping and 
geographic information systems projects, March 2, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Kimberly Johnson, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. 
Department of Education, research labels in Natural His- 
tory exhibits for gender bias, January 7, 1992 through 
January 29, 1992. 

Mary Jurkiewicz, Bachelors Degree. Move Office, work on the 
Plains Indian Project — cleaning and shipping objects, 
January 6, 1992 through May 31, 1992. 

Pamela Keef, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, 
Medicinal plants of the Philippines — compile data sheets 
giving information on several hundred medicinal plants of 
the Philippines, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Tae Kim, Bachelors Candidate, Reed College. Laboratory of 
Molecular Systematics, evolutionary relationship within the 
Lythraceae — a comparison of ribosomal DNA sequences, 
May 25, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Deanna Kingston, Masters Candidate, Oregon State Univer- 
sity. Will be assisting Steve Loring in going through the 
Henry Collins collection including photos, artifacts, and 
films. Will also look at films made by ?? from 1939 and 
1964 World's Fair in New York, August 24, 1992 through 
October 16, 1992. 

Lawrence Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, Agraria University. 
Laboratory of Molecular Systematics, black capped and 
Carolina Chickadees are known to hybridize — isolate 
DNA, amplify specific segments of DNA and sequence 
homologous segments of DNA to verify genetic introgres- 
sion at a contact zone; vocalization and morphology pat- 
terns will be analyzed, May 16, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Consuelo Marino, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Colorado. Department of Paleobiology, Ocean Surface 
Temperature and vertical gradients in mastrichtiam 
Antarctic Oceans using carbon and oxygen isotopes data 
from Cretaceous Foraminifera, May 25, 1992 through 
August 30, 1992. 

Montre McKinney, High School Student, Duke Ellington 
School. Museum Shops, work with staff to construct, build, 
and place displays in museum shops around the Institution. 

Malik Menefee, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Paleobiology, study of phylogenetic relation- 
ships and evolution in Physeterids (sperm whales) using a 
cladistic procedure. May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Catherine Miller, Bachelors Candidate, Sweet Briar College. 
Discovery Room, introduction to the Discovery Room and 



Discovery Room programs; update Discovery Room ex- 
hibit components, January 6, 1992 through January 31, 1992. 

Elizabeth Noznesky, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown 

University. Department of Anthropology, identification of 
an early daguerreotype and aiding the supervisor with a 
North Pacific Project, January 22, 1992 through May 31, 
1992. 

Jennifer Olsen, Bachelors Candidate, Tulane University. 

Department of Paleobiology, ocean surface temperature and 
vertical gradients in the maastrichtian Anarctic Ocean 
using carbon and oxygen isotope data from Creatceous 
Formaniferia, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Sarah OrndorfF, Bachelors Degree. Organizing a photographic 
collection documentation the One la Indians of Northern 
Brazil for Dr. Bill Cracker, as well as, examining human 
skeletal remains for Dr Doug Owsley, February 1, 1992 
through May 1, 1992. 

Linnette Perez, Bachelors Candidate, University of Puerto 
Rico. Department of Vertebrate Zoology, Systematic resolu- 
tion of the taxon Leptodactylus gracil'u delattini — analyze the 
new call data to figure out if it is a subspecies or a full 
species, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

John Perrine III, Masters Candidate, Vanderbilt University. 
Department of Paleobiology, studies of late Paleozoic 
plants: chemical treatment of fossil samples to determine 
original localized biodensities, May 26, 1992 through July 
31, 1992. 

Cheryl Petrina, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Mineral Sciences, help gather and dissemi- 
nate information about current volcanism and earthquakes 
for the monthly GVN Bulletin; produce Global Volcanism 
1986-1991, documenting 6 years of Bulletin volcano report- 
ing; build a petrologic and tectonic database linked to the 
Volcano Reference File, February 24, 1992 through June 26, 
1992. 

Robin Porter, Bachelors Candidate, Maryland Institute Col- 
lege of Art. Department of Anthropology, learn the prin- 
ciples of illustrating ethnological/archeological artifacts for 
publication as well as production of visual materials for 
publication of the "Handbook of North American Indians", 
January 15, 1992 through May 15, 1992. 

Hilga Prins, Masters Degree. Department of Anthropology, 
material culture of Indonesia, W.L. Abbott collection, 
transcription and publication of field correspondence and 
photos, May 21, 1992 through November 30, 1992. 

Thomas Prinzie, Bachelors Candidate, Slippery Rock Univer- 
sity. Department of Biology, isozyme electrophoreins guan- 
tification of genetic variation present in a series of 
populations of a species of the tropical plant genus 
Heliconia, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jo Ann Reynolds, Bachelors Candidate, Eastern Connecticut 
State University. Department of Biology, Gesneriaceae of 
Mesoamerica, Eucodoria through study of library, herbarium 
and fresh material documented relationships and distribu- 
tion of the genus, verified limits of variation in morphol- 



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ogy, produced descriptions and keys using DELTA, and 
prepared phylogenetic analysis of ' Eucodonia and its cog- 
nates, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Andrew Roberts, Masters Candidate, George Mason Univer- 
sity. Geographic Information Systems, digitize maps and 
spatial analyses, February 12, 1992 through May 30, 1992. 

Andrew Roberts, Masters Degree. Department of Botany, 
application of geographical information systems to a 
botanical inventory of the Parque Nacional Sierra 
Nevada, Venezuela, May 18, 1992 through July 31. 1992. 

Rebecca Robinson, Bachelors Candidate, Indiana University. 
Department of Mineral Science, petrographic and mineral 
chemistry analysis of aplites from Western Maine and their 
relations to associated pegmatite and granite bodies, May 
26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

David Rogers, Bachelors Candidate. Department of Botany, 
medicinal flora of the Philippines: information-gatheting 
from the published literature, including various medicinal 
and drug-plant uses, common names and chemistry, 
February 3, 1992 through April 9, 1992. 

Stephen Schellenberg, Bachelors Degree. Department of 
Paleobiology, morphometric analyses of Late Paleozoic 
zygopleurid gastropods, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Lisa Schultheis, Bachelors Degree. Laboratory of Molecular 
Systematica, study of the evolution of seed plants of the 
molecular level— concentration on the Gnetales, May 26, 
1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Alexia Scott, Masters Candidate, George Mason University. 
Department of Anthropology, scientific illustration, June 
22, 1992 through September 1, 1992. 

Maureen Shea, Bachelors Degree. Department of Anthropol- 
ogy, examine and analyze human skeletal remains from 
recent forensic cases as well as analyze collections recovered 
from historic or prehistoric archeological sites, May 26, 
1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jill Sheasley, Bachelors Degree. Department of Botany, pos- 
sible taxonomic differences in populations of Lobaria 
oregana, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Kevin Shuster, Bachelors Candidate, University of Georgia. 
Department of Paleontology, scientific illustration, January 
14, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Stanisic Sinisa, Bachelors Candidate, Belgrade University- 
Yugoslavia. Global Volcanism Network Project: Studies of 
Contemporary and recent volcanic activity, September 9, 
1992 through December 31, 1992. 

Shelly Skomra, Visiting Professional. Office of Education, 
serve as teacher mentor with the Teacher Science Institute; 
work with new students helping them to discover ways 
museum methodology can be applied to school curriculum, 
July 6, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Mary Strickland, Masters Candidate, Louisiana State Univer- 
sity. Department of Anthropology, conservation, storage, 
and mounting of museum objects, June 15, 1992 through 
August 15, 1992. 



Gretchen Stromberg, Bachelors Candidate, UC Davis. 

Documentation of Apache skeletal remains for repatriation 
evaluation - assistant/apprentice to regular repatriation of- 
fice staff, September 15, 1992 through December 12, 1992. 

Rosanna Tall Bear, High School Graduate. Museum Support 
Center, OESE Intern '92: assist museum technicians in 
preparing Native American collections for transfer to a new 
facility; clean, inspecr, invoice, and pack objects, July 13, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Gabrielle Tayac, Masters Candidate, Harvard University. 
Department of Anthropology, survey ethnographic, ar- 
chival, and historical materials pertaining to the Pis- 
cataway and other eastern Algonkian peoples, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Jen Thangavelu, High School Student, Garrison Forest 
School. Department of Anthropology, scientific illustra- 
tion, May 18, 1992 through July 5, 1992. 

Christine Thede, Bachelot's Degree. Department of Conserva- 
tion, intern will work as a team member on anthropology 
move project. She will also work on specific conservation 
treatments related to the move project, August 3, 1992 
through August 1, 1993. 

Lucy Thomason, Masters Candidate, University of Texas. 
Department of Anthropology, endangered Native 
American languages, May 18, 1992 through August 10, 1992. 

Cristina de la Torre, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
California, Berkeley. Department of Anthropology, inves- 
tigate various anthropological opportunities in museums, 
June I, 1992 through September 8, 1992. 

Ain Tucker, High School Graduate. Naturalist Center, par- 
ticipate in workshops as well as assist supervisor and 
workshop consultants with the implementation of the 
Natural Science Institute for Teachers of Minority Stu- 
dents, June 29, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Laura Lee Utz, Bachelors Candidate. Special events marketing 
plan, donor research, public relation projects, campaign 
dinner, proposal, September 16, 1992 through December 9, 
1992. 

Sigrid Vasconez, Bachelors Candidate, Beloit College. Depart- 
ment of Botany, species delimitation in the Corapositae, 
May 16, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Michael Walsh, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Anthropology, caraloguing and curation of 
the Stewart-Collins othnographic and archaeological collec- 
tion from Alaska, 1927, February 14, 1992 through May 31, 
1992. 

Aisha White, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 

Department of Invertebrate Zoology, anatomy and descrip- 
tion of a possible new species of marine worm in the 
phylum Nemertina, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Cheryl Wilson, Masters Candidare, George Washington 

University. Department of Anthropology, assist in the com- 
pilation of an annotated bibliography on American Indian 
elementary and secondary publications, May 27, 1992 
through August 28, 1992. 



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Stephen Wilson, Bachelors Candidate, Long Island University. 
Marine Systems Laboratory, assisr in maintaining the Reef 
Systems; research a project on the Coral Reef Systems, 
January 20, 1992 through May 30, 1992. 

Pamela Wyn, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Working 
with the reference photographs in the National 
Anthropological Archives updating the reference files, Sep- 
tember 8, 1992 through Decembet 18, 1992. 

Timothy Yerington, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson 
High School, assist in defining the species of Wernia, June 
6, 1992 through June 30, 1993. 



National Zoological Park 



Alexandra Sangmeister, Bachelors Degree. Project aid - 
zoological research in the bird unit, September 1, 1992 
through January 31, 1994- 

Stanford Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Clark Atlanta Univer- 
sity. Mammal Exhibit, assist in developing a state- 
ment/policy for the Smithsonian regarding the use of 
animals in research, June 10, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Sarah Southall, Bachelors Candidate, Williams College. 
Development, analysis of donor benefits, creation of a case 
statement concerning the individual needs of each depart- 
ment of the zoo, and miscellaneous other tasks, June 8, 
1992 through June 21, 1992. 

Christopher Stuart, High School Graduate. FONZ — Publica- 
tions, OESE Intern '92: assist the staff" with all aspects of 
preparation of Zoogoer magazine, June 8, 1992 through July 
10, 1992. 



Alice Collier, High School Graduate. Division of Animal 
Health, OESE Intern '92: assist veterinary technicians in 
general hospital maintenance; clean equipment and assist 
in making observations and keeping records of observa- 
tions, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Mary Crowson, High School Graduate. Golden Lion Tamarin 
Project, OESE Intern '92: assist zoo staff in interpreting the 
free-ranging golden lion tamarin project; explain exhibi- 
tion to visitors and answer questions about the animals and 
behavior, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Jennifer Falacy, Bachelors Candidate, New Mexico Highlands 
University. Landscape Unit, assist through the Office of 
Horticulture, June I, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Monique Galloway, Bachelors Candidate, Northern Virginia 
Community College. Division of Mammals, develop a feed- 
ing project for the golden lion tamarins, June I, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Sharon Holmes. Office of Planning and Construction, utiliza- 
tion of automated methodology to schedule, document, 
and identify results of various projects for the Office of Con- 
struction Management, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 

Jennifer Jones, High School Graduate. Primate House, OESE 
Intern '92: assist the primate keepers with daily routine; 
clean enclosures, prepare food, and conduct behavioral ob- 
servations, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Samuel Jones IV, High School Graduate. Invertebrates, OESE 
Intern '92: assist in maintaining the exhibition, mixing 
seawatet, feeding animals, and cleaning and decorating 
cages and aquaria, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Shauna Keane-Timbetlake. Office of Education, senior assis- 
tant, June 11, 1992 through June 10, 1994. 

Kelly Mercer, High School Graduate. Small Mammal House, 
OESE Intern '92: clean and prepare and distribute food; 
maintain animal enclosure materials and assist in animal 
breeding encouragement, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 



Office of Environmental Awareness 



Jonathan Kohl, Bachelors Degree. Will be researching 

materials for a book on ocean conservation and for content 
of the Smithsonian forthcoming exhibition on oceans, Sep- 
tember 14, 1992 through December 18, 1992 

Elizabeth McKance, Masters Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Assisted OEA Director Judith Gradwohl with 
background research on a variety of marine conservation re- 
lated conservation topics for the book "Troubled Seas," 
June 1, 1992 through August 4, 1992. 

Miles Smith, Masters Degree, American Graduate School of 
International Management. Conducted institution-wide 
survey and updated the Smithsonian Environmental Ac- 
tivities Report, which summarizes Smithsonian environ- 
mentally-related research, education and training 
programs, February 3, 1992 through May 29, 1992. 



Office of Interdisciplinary Studies 



Badelock Noldus, Bachelors Candidate, Reinwardt Academy. 
Internship in interactive media: individual research, 
January 7, 1992 through February 1, 1992. 



Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory 



Daniel Figueroa, Bachelors Candidate, American River Col- 
lege. H K project — data analysis, June 1, 1992 through 
August 7, 1992. 



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Smithsonian Environmental 
Research Center 



Christopher Wyman, Bachelor's Degree. Ecology of es- 
tuarine and marine animals, May 20, 1992 through June 
26, 1992. 



Michael Bosela, Bachelors Degree. Orchid germination 

studies, development, and subsequent growth, January 20, 
1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Kimberly Bowman, Bachelors Candidate, San Jose State 
University. Nitrous Oxide emission from soils, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Kelton Clark, Bachelors Candidate, San Diego State Univer- 
sity. Examine interactions between parasite and host 
populations in the Cheasapeake Bay, September 14, 1992 
through December 11, 1992. 

Rachel Collin, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. Op- 
tional foraging of Blue Crabs on clams in the 
Chesapeake Bay, May 18, 1992 through September 4, 
1992. 

Lisa Goldman, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 
Forest Canopy project, June 15, 1992 through August 28, 
1992. 

Christopher Guadiz, Bachelors Candidate, La Sierra Univer- 
sity. Complex predator-prey interactions of juvenile blue 
crabs, fish, shrimp, and benthic invertebrates in the near- 
shore shallows of the Chesapeake Bay, June 22, 1992 
through September 11, 1992. 

Bradley Lamphere, Bachelors Candidate, Pomona College. 
Trophodynamics of Parasitis Dinoflagellates, June 15, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Lisa Levinson, Bachelors Degree. Environment education, 
June 15, 1992 through September 4, 1992. 

Daniel Shepard, Bachelors Degree, UC Santa Cruz. Forest 
canopy study, September 14, 1992 through October 2, 
1992. 

Nancy Smith, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Washington. Study of Distribution and Effects of 
Animal Parasites, June 15, 1992 through August 21, 
1992. 

Yvonne Tanuz, Bachelors Candidate, New Mexico Highlands 
University. Botany, assist with part of long-term study of 
the life history and population dynamics in terrestrial or- 
chids, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Dorothy Anne Wallace-Senft, Bachelor's Candidate, Ben- 
nington College. Department of Terrestrial Ecology, in- 
tern will work with Post-Doc Martin Cipollini on an 
independent project on the distribution and response of 
the understory shrub, Zindera benzoin to changes in 
canopy openness, July 14, 1992 through September 4, 
1992. 

Richard J. Wayner, Bachelor's Degree. Habitat utilization 
by hooded warblers, May 13, 1992 through August 7, 
1992. 

Peter Wielinga, Bachelors Candidate, Krige Universteit. 
Carbon Dioxide Project, May 25, 1992 through August 
28, 1992. 



Smithsonian Institution Archives 



Aimee Robertson, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Process the professional papers of Joseph P.E. 
Morrison, June 1, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 



Smithsonian Institution Libraries 



Susan Westerberg Cole, Bachelors Degree. Collection-level 
cataloguing of trade literature in the National Museum of 
American History, as well as, research on installation and 
use of the Database Searching Center (DBSC) under the 
Museum Support Center. 

Bryan Culp, Bachelors Degree. National Museum of 
American History Library, collection level cataloging of 
trade catalogs, June 1, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Margaret O'Brien, Masters Candidate, Catholic University. 
Dibner Library, training and experience in the manage- 
ment and technology of exhibition of rare books, May 2, 
1992 through August 10, 1992. 

Wade Kotter, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Natural History Branch, familiarization with day-to-day 
operations of a major research library, July 13, 1992 through 
August 28, 1992. 

Chukwuemeka Olumba, High School Student. National Air 
and Space Museum, assist library staff with shelving, 
processing, and filing of books and periodicals, and keep 
logs, June 29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 



Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute 



Maria del Pilar Anguio, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Is- 
land, assist with the project: "Study of Understory Plant 
Responses to the Dry Season on BCI", February 4, 1992 
through May 4, 1992. 

Claudia Aquino, Bachelors Degree. Gamboa, assist with the 
project: "Biodiversity of Parque Nacional Soberania", 
January 15, 1992 through April 15, 1992. 

Adrian Badilla, Bachelors Degree. Naos Marine Laboratory, as- 
sist with the project: "Preliminary evaluation of the ar- 
cheological site Cerro Juan Diaz, Herrera, Panama", 
January 15, 1992 through April 15, 1992. 



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Amaya Bernardez, Bachelors Degree. San Bias, assist with the 
project: "Testing Current Models of Group Size Using the 
Caribbean Striped Parrotfish, Scarus iserti", February 12, 
1992 through May 12, 1992. 

Edgar Coral, Masters Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. 
June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Marc Dantzker, Bachelors Candidate, University of Texas. 
Gamboa, assist with the Tungara Frog project, May 15, 1992 
through August 15, 1992. 

Manuel Demaria, Bachelors Degree. Gamboa, assist with 
Jacana Project, February 2, 1992 through April 30, 1992. 

Nicholas Eckert, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Development Office — Washington, DC, develop a proposal 
for STRI's Center for Tropical Forest Science, and also to re- 
search potential funding sources; implement the STRI master 
bibliography, January 30, 1992 through May 31, 1992. 

Ilean Isaza, Bachelors Candidate, Univ. Autonoma de 
Guadeiajara, Naos Labs, Evaluacion estilistica y 
crodologica de la ceramica aequeologica de la region 
central de Panama, August 22, 1992 through June 22, 

1993- 

Shizue Kira, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Washington, DC office, develop photo, slide, and video 
library to support development initiatives; general office 
support, January 28, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Diego Lombeida, Bachelors Candidate, Pontificia Univer- 
sidad Catolica. Gamboa, assist with the Tungara Frog 
project. May 15, 1992 through August 15, 1992. 

Omar Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, Universidad de Panama. 
Assist with the project: "Consequences of leaf lifetime for 
photosynthetic physiology, secondary metabolism, and 
anatomy in tropical plants", October 21, 1991 through 
January 21, 1992. 

Katherine Myint-Hpu, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. 
Naos, assist with analysis of archaeobotanical materials 
from various sites throughout Panama, July 13, 1992 
through August 24, 1992. 

Marcela Olivera, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, assist 
with project: "Diversity, Community Structure, and Ener- 
getics in a Neotropical Rainforest Canopy and Assemblage", 
July 1, 1992 through October 1, 1992. 

Marielos Pena, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, assist 
with the project: "Rapid Assessment of Tropical Forest", 
February 8, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Lori Pierce, Bachelors Candidate, Ouachita Baptist 

University. Development Office, compile and organize 
STRI-DC master slide and photograph library, 
develop slide shows which represent STRI research 
programs; general office support, June 15, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Ricardo Racines, Bachelors Degree. Barro Colorado Island, 
assist with project: "The role of diseases in population 
dynamics in sevetal species of trees" and "Mechanical 
damage on trees saplings by falling branches", May 7, 
1992 through October 7, 1992. 



Arts and Humanities 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
Arts and Humanities 



Heather Dean, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Joseph Henry Papers, developed an annotated 
bibliography for, nad wrote paper on "The Social and Cul- 
tural Milieu of Washington, 1845-1860" June 1, 1992 
through July 31, 1992. 

Mary Derrick-Mescua, Doctoral Degree. Develop an an- 
notated bibliography for the book, "Planning Museum 
Careers", October 25, 1991 through October 30, 1992. 

Dagny Glover, Masters Degree. International Gallery, to as- 
sist in the design and inplementation of educational and 
public programming in conjuction with the Imperial 
Austria Exhibition, August 17, 1992 through February 
15, 1992. 

Dagny Glover, Masters Degree. Institutional Studies, will 
work with the staff on a range of studies especially those in- 
volving audience studies in the planning and interpretive 
strategies developed for exhibitions, August 24, 1992 
through June 30, 1993. 

Richard Hope, Bachelors Candidate, Syracuse University. 
African-American Museum Project, assist on the project, 
June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Chad Stone, Masters Candidate, Washington State University. 
Joseph Henry Papers, research paper, "Congressional Views 
and Actions Toward Science in the 1850's," May 18, 1992 
through July 19, 1992. 



Anacostia Museum 

Tameka Dunn, High School Graduate. Office of Education, 
answer telephones, light typing, and filing, June 29, 1992 
through August 30, 1992. 

Nicole Jones, High School Graduate. Office of Education, as- 
sist with the nature walk and other educational activities, 
including mailing list data, filing, and answering phones, 
June 29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Deidre Lee, High School Graduate. Office of Education, 
OESE Intern '92, registrarial and collections management; 
accessing and cataloging of objects; rehouse objects and 
design archival boxes, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 



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Archives of American Art 



Frederick Antil, Bachelors Degree. Photographs, research and 
cataloguing prints and negatives, February 10, 1992 
through June 1, 1992. 

Lisa Harcourt Black, Bachelors Degree, Colby College. Will 
assist in the pteparation of a guide to the Archives' collec- 
tions by conducting research in the papers, writing descrip- 
tions of their findings, proofing and editing the work of 
other interns, indexing, etc., September 14, 1992 through 
December 18, 1992. 

Monica Cheslak, Bachelors Degree. Will be doing research 
under the direction of Deputy Director Susan Hamilton, 
April 6, 1992 through June 6, 1992. 

Jeannette M. Daly, Bachelors Candidate, Stockton State Col- 
lege. Will assist in the preparation of a guide to the 
Archives' collections by conducting research in the papers, 
writing descriptions of their findings, proofing and editing 
the work of other interns, indexing, etc., September 8, 1992 
through December 18, 1992. 

Merlin Douglas, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State Univer- 
sity. Read diaries and note contents for preparation of an 
index, January 13, 1992 through March 17, 1992. 

Laurin Gentry, Bachelors Degree. Will assist in the in the 
preparation of the guide to the Archives 's collections by 
conducting research in the papers, writing descriptions of 
their findings, proofing and editing the work of other inter- 
ns, indexing, etc., September 8, 1992 through December 18, 
1992. 

Rachel Glenn, Bachelors Candidate, Hood College. Edit the 
writing of other interns for various guide publications, 
January 27, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Karen Glickman, Bachelors Candidate, Washington Univer- 
sity. Prepare descriptions of papers relating to government 
and the arts for publication in a guide, January 27, 1992 
through May 8, 1992. 

Kelly Gray, Bachelors Degree. Search archives holdings for 
papers relating to government and the arts; prepare descrip- 
tion of such papers for publication in a guide, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Kristin Hartman, Bachelors Candidate, Towson State Univer- 
sity. Manuscripts, translation and summarization of Walter 
Pach papers, February 10, 1992 through March 30, 1992. 

Danielle Katz, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia — Santa Barbara. Serve as editor for various intern 
projects, mainly preparation of a guide to papers re: govern- 
ment and the arts; review work of other projects; look for 
conformity to Archives style requirements, standard gram- 
mar, factual error, clarity, etc., June 22, 1992 through 
August 21, 1992. 

Rebecca Lilly, Bachelors Degree. Search archives holdings for 
papers relating to government and the arts; prepare descrip- 
tion of such papers for publication in a guide, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 



Meredirh O'Connor, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Holyoke 
College. Conduct historical research into some of AAAs 
most significant collections, institutional records, identify 
major artist's correspondence and important exhibition 
records resulting in better catalog entries in RLIN, June 8, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Kerry Wilkey, Bachelors Degree. Research archival sources 
and prepare descriptions of documents found, January 27, 
1992 through April 31, 1992. 

Cheryl Williams, Bachelors Degree. Photographs, assist with 
research for upcoming exhibition "The Telling Image: 
Photographs from the Collections of the Archives of 
American Art" to open in January of 1993 at the National 
Portrait Gallery, June 29, 1992 through October 2, 1992. 



Arthur M. Sackler and Freer 
Gallery of Art 



Lina Abirafeh, High School Student, The Madeira School. 
Department of Photography, assist with filing and printing 
of pictures and duties assigned, October 2, 1991 through 
June 31, 1992. 

Jennie AJwood, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Department of Design and Production, an in 
depth introduction to the processes involved in the design 
and production of temporary and permanent exhibitions at 
a major institution, January 22, 1992 through May 29, 1992. 

Kimberly Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Stephens College. Of- 
fice of Exhibits Design, hands on opportunity to build and 
construct an Ancient Japanese exhibit; learn about architec- 
tural design, case design, and gallery design, June 1, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Yoshiko Fujii, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conserva- 
tion, learn about the conservation of East Asian paintings; 
gain a better understanding of the materials and techniques 
used in Asian paintings, and how the paintings suffer 
deterioration and are cared for, June I, 1992 through 
August 7, 1992. 

Kyung-min Han, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, research and 
translations of Korean-language documents relating to the 
Korean collections in the Freer Gallery of Art, February 5, 
1992 through April 21, 1992. 

Jayne Girod Holt, Bachelors Candidate. Will gain experience 
in paper conservation, to help with the conservation of 
paper objects in the Freer and Sackler collections including 
preparation for the reopening exhibition of the Freer Gal- 
lery, September 9, 1992 through September 30, 1993. 

Heung Lan Kot, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of the Registrar, review the object record 
files for a portion of the Chinese collections; determine 
where certain specific information is missing from the files, 



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research that information, and add it to the files, June I, 
1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jennifer Ann Kozel, Bachelors Degree. Assisting family and 
school programs as well as Saturday, September 14, 1992 
through December 23, 1992. 

Mark Levine, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Depart- 
ment of Chinese Art, assist the curator in organizing 
materials for a loan exhibition of Chinese porcelain, 
January 6, 1992 through January 31, 1992. 

Scott Longley, Bachelors Candidate, University of Connec- 
ticut. Chinese Art, assist curator in maintaining and updat- 
ing files on Chinese objects in the collections; help draft 
correspondence responding to public inquiries about 
Chinese art, May 21, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

James Love, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Office of Public Affairs, develop marketing plan to 
reintroduce the Freer Gallery of Art to tour operators, tour 
guides, and hotel concierges prior to the May, 1993 reopen- 
ing, June 1, 1992 through September 15, 1992. 

Eliav Nahlieli, Visiting Professional, Tel-Aviv University. 
Office of Design, work with designers to learn how designs 
are developed and produced at a major American Institu- 
tion; participate as part of the design team for the Ancient 
Japan exhibition, October 16, 1991 through November 8, 
1991. 

Emily Patton, High School Student, Glenelg Country School. 
Office of Education, assist with set-up and preparation for 
the Teacher Workshop and Family Program, June 16, 1992 
through September 30, 1992. 

Leland Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Depart- 
ment of Chinese Art, assist the curator in organizing 
materials for a loan exhibition of Chinese porcelain, 
January 6, 1992 through January 31, 1992. 

Julia Stevenson, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conserva- 
tion, June 12, 1992 through September 30, 1992. 

Jill Waller, Bachelors Degree. Office of Public Affairs, 
develop targeted mailing lists for Freer Gallery of Art 
reopening; work on press releases for Japanese galleries, 
June 22, 1992 through 

September 15, 1992. 

Robin Wallace, Bachelors Candidate, University of California, 
Santa Cruz. Office of Education, develop and design ac- 
tivity sheets for exhibition of Chinese porcelain, August 3, 
1992 through September 7, 1992. 

Chien-ing Wu, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. 
Curatorial, assistance for the Ancient Japan exhibition of 
the Sackler, July 6, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Ftances Yuan, Bachelors Degree. Research and Curatorial, 
assist with exhibitions, June 15, 1992 through August 21, 
1992- 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 



Claire Catherine Dienes, Bachelors Degree, Smith College. 
Peter Kruger Summer Intern, Department of Exhibitions, 
assisted with research for the exhibition The Power of Maps, 
June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Kary Edson, Masters Candidate, Bank Street College od 
Education. Department of Education, assisted with the 
development and research for education materials for the 
exhibition The Power of Maps, February 1, 1992 through May 
30, 1992. 

Claudia Gisolfi, Bachelors Degree. Yale University. Design 
Library, assisted with sorting and labeling the Metzig Ar- 
chive, July 6, 1992 through August 28, 1992. 

Christine Giviskos, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 
Department of Exhibitions, assisted with research for the 
exhibition The Power of Maps, June 15, 1992 through August 
21, 1992. 

Julie De Jesus, Bachelors Candidate, Brooklyn College. 
Department of Drawing and Prints, catalogued various 
collections, June 15, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Miriam Katz, Bachelors Candidate, Rhode Island School of 
Design. Peter Kruger Summer Intern, Department of Tex- 
tiles, assisted with the organization and cataloguing of the 
Textile Collection, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Susan Kelman, Masters Candidate, Bank Street College of 
Education. Peter Kruger Summer Intern, Department of 
Education, assisted with the preparation for educational 
materials for the exhibition The Power of Maps, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Eva Kruft, Bachelors Candidate, Barnard College. Depart- 
ment of Drawings and Prints, cataloguing architectural 
drawings ranging from the period of the Renaissance to 
modern, January 30, 1992 through May 31, 1992. 

Ha Lim Lee, Bachelors Candidate, Barnard College. Depart- 
ment of Drawings and Prints, cataloguing architectural 
drawings ranging from the period of the Renaissance to 
modern, February 21, 1992 through May 13, 1992. 

Christopher Scott Malstead, Bachelors Candidate, Columbia 
University. Peter Kruger Summer Intern, Department of 
Drawings and Prints, researched and catalogued Drawing 
and Print collections, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Suzanne Mathis, Masters Candidate, University of Akron. Of- 
fice of Admissions and Museum Shop, worked on product 
development, June 8, 1992 through August 14 1992. 

Maria Musick. Department of Exhibitions, assisted in the 
preparation of the exhibition The Power of Maps, assign- 
ments included research, documentation, and assistance 
with ongoing aspects of the exhibition, March 3, 1992 
through May 3, 1992. 

Ayako Nezu, Bachelors Candidate, Wesleyan University. 
Department of Exhibitions, collecting and arranging data 
on injuries to children in Harlem for exhibition, The Power 
of Maps, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 



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Camille She, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 

Department of Contemporary Design, researched an histori- 
cal survey relating gender issues to the design of cities, 
neighborhoods, and residential living units, June 6, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Cristine Shetman, Masters Candidate, Columbia University. 
Department of Drawings and Prints, assisted in all aspects 
from cataloguing to development, in the coordination and 
preparation of the 1993 Donald Deskey and industrial 
design exhibition, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Christa Mary Sidman, Bachelors Candidate, Earlham College. 
Conservation Deparment, researched grants for the Depart- 
ment, June 18, 1992 through August 21, 1992 

Tamela Simpson, Masters Candidate, University of Kansas. 
Department of Education, assisted with the preliminary re- 
search for the fall 1993 program series, June 8, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Kristel Smentek, Masters Candidate, University of Delaware. 
Peter Kruger Summer Intetn, Department of Wallcover- 
ings, acted as a research assistant for the exhibition, June 8, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Lindsay Myers Smith, Bachelors Candidate, University of Vir- 
ginia. Department of Drawing and Prints, assisted with re- 
search and documentation of the drawings by industrial 
designer, Henry Dreyfus, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 

Hearher Lynne Thomas, Bachelors Candidate, Barnard Col- 
lege/Columbia University. Department of Drawings and 
Prints, miscellaneous inventory/cataloguing duties, March 
3, 1992 through May 15, 1992. 

Ellisa Whitley, Bachelors Candidate, Columbia College. 
Minority Internship Grant tecipient, Department of Con- 
temporary Design, picture and bibliographic research for 
the upcoming exhibition, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 



Experimental Gallery 



Alice Acemyan, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 
Working behind the scenes in Marketing, Public Relations 
and Publicity. Also involved in informal tours as an ex- 
plainer, as well as in planning workshops, September 9, 
1992 through December 31, 1992. 

Hazel Brown, Visiting Professional. Develop pre- and post- 
visit materials for grades 4,5,6 which relates to the exhibi- 
tion, "Kids Bridge" goals and content to the DC School 
District's middle school curriculum, July 6, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Naeemah Carter, High School Student, Eastern Senior High 
School. Serve as an explainer to the public, June 30, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 



Emma Coates, Visiting Professional. Develop pre- and post- 
visit materials for grades 4,5,6 which relates to the exhibi- 
tion, "Kids Bridge" goals and content to the DC School 
District's middle school curriculum, July 6, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Rebecca Duclos, Masters Candidate, University of Toronto. 
Experimental Gallery, work on planning, interpretation, 
and implementation for gallery exhibits; design assistance, 
community progtams, etc., June 9, 1992 through Septem- 
ber 9, 1992. 

Nancy Kok, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Experimental Gallery, work as an evaluator for 
the APA Psychology exhibition "Understanding Ourselves 
and Each Other", June 15, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Antoinette Lee, High School Student, William McKinley 
Senior High School. Work in the Discovery area assisting 
with different problem solving activities, June 30, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Christian Reedy, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Will assist teams in scheduling and presenting educational 
and public programs; including workshops, lectures, gal- 
lery talks; and to serve as an explainer in the gallery. Will 
also assist in the development production and distribution 
of a newsletter for gallery. June 16, 1992 through December 
31. 1992- 



Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 



Paula Artal-Isbrand, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conser- 
vation, outdoor sculpture yearly maintenance, June 10, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Roberta Buchanan. Masters Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Compile information about foundation from 
whom the HMSG can seek funding special projects and 
prepare grant requests, August 22, 1992 through May 28, 
1993- 

Helen Costantino, Bachelors Candidate, Duke Univetsity. 
Department of Education, assist with symposiums and 
give museum tours, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 

Hwaik Lee, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Directed research: American painting since 1945: from 
the collection of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Gar- 
den, September 1, 1992 through May 30, 1992. 

Jason Molchanow, Bachelors Candidate, Catholic University. 
Curatorial, research for a Clyfford Still exhibition, June 8, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Heather Watren, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, work with 
permanent collection, object research, and more specific 
curatorial research, June 9, 1992 through August 18, 
1992. 



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National Air and Space Museum 



Jennifer Lynn Basker, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown 
University. Intern will translate videotape in Japanese for 
the use of restoration crew in restoring a WWII Japanese 
aircraft in museum collection, September 14, 1992 through 
December II, 1992. 

Leonard Benton, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Department of Astrophysics, assist the laboratory scientists 
with measurement tests and data analysis, June 10, 1992 
through August 15, 1992, Education Division, present 
weekend public science demonstrations, September 5, 1992 
through December 13, 1992. 

Jeffrey P. Buchheit, Masters Candidate, Southern Illinois 
University. Registrars office, will assist with the artifact 
location and verification project, updating and verifying 
data on the NASM CIS system, coordinating with the sys- 
tems administrator and with collections maintenance staff, 
August 14, 1992 through December 13, 1992. 

Richard Buell, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Department of Space History, assist the curator of "Where 
Next, Columbus" gallery in researching and developing a 
film, "Contact", January 13, 1992 through March 15, 1992. 

Darron Butler, Bachelors Candidate, Parks College. Collec- 
tions Management, will assist in the preservation and res- 
toration of aerospace artifacts, August 14, 1992 through 
December 13, 1992. 

Agnes Chatel, Bachelor's Candidate, Universite Joseph 

Fourier, France. Laboratory for Astrophysics, working on in- 
frared image processing with IRAF, April 6, 1992 through 
July 31, 1992. 

Blaine Childers, Masters Candidate, California Institute of 
Arts. Department of Exhibits, develop graphics for "How 
Things Fly" interactive science gallery, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Vennie Elizabeth Cluett, Masters Candidate, George 

Washington University. Education Division, work with the 
"How Things Fly" exhibit planning team, perform photo 
research, and assist project leader, January 13, 1992 through 
April 23, 1992. 

Denise Coggins, Bachelors Candidate, Delaware State College. 
Education Division, perform twice-daily science demonstra- 
tions for the general public and student groups; assist staff 
with photo research for the "How Things Fly" exhibition 
gallery, June 8, 1992 through August 29, 1992. 

Nathaniel Creek, High School Student, Eastern Senior High 
School. Planetarium, answer phones, take tickets, usher, 
June 29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Elizabeth Dawson, Masters Candidate, University of 

Michigan. Intern will assist with the Rudy Arnold Photo 
Collection, working with database, rejacketing negatives, 
transcribing original captions, possibly researching and 
composing additional captions, and helping to produce a 
finding aid, September 14, 1992 through December 13, 1992. 



Vasia Deliyianni, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Department of Exhibits, lighting and exhibi- 
tion design, February 10, 1992 through April 30, 1992. 

Melanie Diez, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson High 
School. Laboratory for Astrophysics, assist with infrared 
astronomy of young stars and active galaxies, working with 
data reduction and analysis on computer work stations, and 
related laboratory design and testing, June 15, 1992 through 
December 11, 1992. 

Mark DiGiacomo, Bachelors Candidate, Horida State University. 
Department of Exhibits, assist with film research and interact 
with the Screen Actors Guild and local film contractors work- 
ing on the films for NASM's "Wh^re Next, Columbus?" ex- 
hibition, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Scott Dinsmore, High School Graduate. Education Division, 
present daily science demonstrations and assist with 
prototyping exhibits for the planned "How Things Fly" gal- 
lery, June 15, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Sarah Donald, Bachelors Degree. Department of Exhibits, as- 
sist the lighting designer with drawings of various ele- 
ments for the "How Things Fly" and "Where Next, 
Columbus?" galleries and prepare CAD file drawings of 
various galleries and other spaces throughout NASM, June 
1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Carl Dornbush, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle 

Aeronautical University. Collection Management, will as- 
sist in the preservation and restoration of aerospace ar- 
tifacts, September 14, 1992 through December 13, 1992. 

Christopher Edwards, High School Graduate. Department of 
Exhibits, OESE Intern '92: research new equipment, draw- 
ings, and plans for proposed exhibits, installing and focus- 
ing lighting units for new exhibits and revamp existing 
exhibits, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Latonya Fields, High School Student. Planetarium, serve as a 
theatre aid, June 29, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Keith Filter, Bachelors Degree. Archives, aid in establishing 
physical, intellectual, and legal control of archival collec- 
tions; work will include arranging and re-housing, prepar- 
ing folder descriptions and labels and performing 
preservation tasks, June 8, 1991 through August 14, 1992. 

Jason Foshe, Bachelors Candidate, Parks College. Collections 
Management, will assist in the preservation and restoration 
of aerospace artifacts, September 14, 1992 through Decem- 
ber 13, 1992. 

Tracy Goldsmith, Bachelors Candidate, College of William 
and Mary. Department of Space History, assist curatorial 
staff with tesearch on Henry Norris Russell, assessing the 
impact of Russell's contributions to the study of stellar 
astronomy and astrophysics during the period 1900-1955, 
June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Pamela Grebow, Bachelors Degree. Department of Com- 
munications, update museum's publications brochure; re- 
search publications awards and grants; update the mailing 
lists for publications; write press releases for museum publi- 
cations, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 



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Jack Green, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Collections Management, will assist NASM conser- 
vator in the Museum's collections, September 14, 1992 
through December 11, 1992. 

Austin Greene, High School Student, Woodward Academy. 
Department of Exhibits, assist staff with silk screening of 
labels for "Where Next, Columbus?" gallery, June 15, 1992 
through July 1, 1992. 

Susan Hefter, Masters Candidate, Catholic University. Library, 
prepare an annotated acquisitions list for the museum's 
planned 

Visitor Resource Center, which will be part of the "How 
Things Hy" gallery, J -ine 29, 1992 through August 10, 1992. 

Jennifer Herbst, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Laboratory of Astrophysics, assist staff with 
astronomy and astrophysics research involving data reduc- 
tion and analysis, and laboratory development, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Karl Hoffman, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Office of the Registrar, research curatorial files of acces- 
sioned objects in the Aeronautics and Space History Depart- 
ments and pull all original registration and 
condition/registration documents for the Registrar's files, 
June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Paul Hoffecker, Bachelors Candidate, University of Colorado. 
Education Division, research and review resource materials 
for curriculum booklets on space physiology and the 
planets, work with the curriculum coordinator to develop, 
test, and write activities to accompany the space show 
public science demonstration, June 8, 1992 through August 

H. 1991- 

Shannon Hothem, High School Graduate. Office of Computer 
Services, OESE Intern '92: assist in configuring and install- 
ing personal computer hardware and software, including 
network hardware, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Stella Hwang, High School Student, Thomas Jefferson High 
School. Laboratory for Astrophysics, work with the infrared 
heterodyne team, assisting in data analysis, acquisition, and 
interpretation. Studies will include the dynamics and com- 
position of planetary atmosphere, September 16, 1992 
through June 30, 1993. 

Demetryess Inge, High School Student. Langley Theatre, 
theatre aide, June 29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Martin Jefferson, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Department of Space History, will assist Project Smart 
pilot video as a production assistant, September 19, 1992 
through December 15, 1992. 

Sean Jeralds, Masters Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical 
University. Department of Space History, assist in assessing 
the museum's printed inventory files to determine those ar- 
tifacts worthy of restoration or exhibition; prepare database 
of findings; and present daily public science demonstra- 
tions, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Amy Kemp, Bachelors Candidate, Northwest Nazarene Col- 
lege. Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, compile the 



best images of Mars photographed from Viking and 
Mariner Spacecraft for several topical categories for use 
with NASM's laser videodisc under production, June 15, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

John Ktozak, Bachelors Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronauti- 
cal University. Collection Management, assist in restoration 
of historic aircraft and spacecraft, especially the Aichi 
M6A1 Seiran, the Enola Gay's right inboard wing, June 8, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Paul Lagasse, Bachelors Candidate, Regis University. Depart- 
ment of Aeronautics, assist with research on the history of 
small gas turbine engine industry; search the literature, ac- 
quire photographs and documentation, write a report, June 
8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Derrick Lampkin, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio State Univer- 
sity. Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, implement a 
FORTRAN computer program applying it to lava flows ob- 
served on Earth, Mars, and the Moon by changing condi- 
tions to match the different planetary conditions, June 22, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Julie Landweber, Bachelors Candidate, Reed College. Depart- 
ment of Aeronautics, survey instruments in aircraft stored 
at the Garber Facility; coordinate material in the curatorial 
files; complete accession reports; and preserve archival col- 
lections, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Lai Lee Li, Masters Degree. Division of Education/Library, 
develop annotated bibliographies on selected aerospace sub- 
jects for middle school readers and adults for use in Mail 
Response Room and Visitor Resource Center in the "How 
Things Hy" exhibition gallery; prepare a finder's guide to 
photos and printed materials in the Mail Response Room, 
May 18, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Robert Lyons, Bachelors Candidate, Montgomery College. 
Department of Exhibits, assist on "Where Next, Colum- 
bus?" gallery; design a brochure for the explainer's pro- 
gram, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Janice MacKinnon, Visiting Professional. Department of 
Education, create annotated bibliographies by researching, 
ordering, and reviewing resource materials for two cur- 
riculum booklets on space physiology and environmental 
studies, July 6, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Carol Mahan, Bachelors Candidate, Texas A&M University. 
Einstein Planetarium, develop a planetarium presentation 
for young children to be incorporated into the museum's 
school programs and will assist with the planetarium's out- 
reach to Girl Scouts, September 14, 1992 through Decem- 
ber 13, 1992. 

Sarah Mattis, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason University. 
Art Department, assist with the maintenance of the NASM 
art Collection, loan program, and office functions; organize 
and label photographs, research artists for additions to the 
art database, and inventory art collections, June 8, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Liv Meissner, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Communications Department, prepare public service an- 



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nouncemencs, weekly news digest, press releases, possible 
Torch article, and answer public inquiries about the 
museum and its programs and exhibits, May 20, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Nancy Michaelsen, Masters Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, assess 
forest damage and loss caused by air pollution in Czechos- 
lovakia, June 8, 1992 through December 14, 1992. 

Douglas Miller, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton University. 
Collections Management Department, assist on preserva- 
tion an re-housing of the museum's collection of aircraft en- 
gines, June 15, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Luis Obregon, Bachelors Candidate, National Museums of 
Guatemala. Department of Exhibits, assist with the "Star 
Trek Commemorative Exhibit" design and construction, 
December 10, 1991 through December JI, 1991. 

David Oliver, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Laboratory for Astrophysics, develop an educational 
software package on the Mac for classroom use, May 26, 
1992 through December 11, 1992. 

Verena Olson, Bachelors Candidate, Washington University. 
Exhibits Department, assist on "How Things Fly" gallery 
with model making and drafting for exhibit and gallery in- 
stallation, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Michele Ploessel, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia, Santa Cruz. Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, as- 
sess literature on the thickness and volume of mare deposits 
on the far side on the moon, learn how photos of the moon 
have been obtained form the Lunar Obiter and Apollo mis- 
sion and find available images; generate an isopach map of 
mare thicknesses, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Donald Porter, Bachelors Candidate, Parks College. Collec- 
tions Management, assist in restoration and preservation 
tasks including documenting the restoration process by 
video, still photographs, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 
1992. 

Melissa Raff, Bachelors Candidate, Skidmore College. Educa- 
tion Resource Center, work with teachers, assisting them as 
they preview and copy computer software; evaluate and sug- 
gest additions to the collection; assist in general operations 
of the center, June 8, 1992 through August 14. '992- 

David Roy, Masters Candidate, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical 
University. Collections Management Department, will as- 
sist in the preservation and restoration of aerospace artifacts 
in the Museums's collections; and perform week day public 
science demonstrations, September 14, 1992 through 
December 11, 1992. 

Michael Ruzicka, Bachelors Degree, Montana State Univer- 
sity. Wide range of photographic duties including: assign- 
ment reproduction, printing, and laboratory tasks and 
support to the staff, August 31, 1992 through September 31, 

1993- 
Andrew Schneider, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Chicago. Department of Aeronautics, assist with library 
and archival research into the accomplishments of Giulio 



Douhet (1869-1930), one of the earliest proponents of 
strategic bombing, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Eryn Scott, High School Student, Benjamin Banneker High 
School. Archives, restoration, conservation, and cataloguing 
of items in Warshaw collection of Business Americana. 
August 10, 1992 through June 30, 1993. 

Stacy Sukov, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pennsylvania. 
Cooperative Programs, develop a catalog of air and space 
museums in the US and abroad; design a format, review 
existing information, research missing information, and 
verify final copy with museums; develop marketing list for 
the catalog, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Erik Thogersen, Bachelors Degree. Education Division, 
present science demonstrations to visitors and assist with 
the development of exhibits for the "How Things Fly" 
hands-on science gallery, June 15, 1992 through August 21, 
1992. 

Robert Thomas, Bachelors Candidate, Texas A&M University. 
Collections Management Department, will assist in the 
preservation and restoration of aerospace artifacts in the 
Museum's collections, September 14, 1992 through Decem- 
ber 17, 1992. 

Alan Vance, Bachelors Degree. Office of Exhibits, assist with 
graphics for the "Star Trek" exhibition, January 23, 1992 
through February 28, 1992. 

Robert Weihrauch, Bachelors Candidate, Parks College. Col- 
lections Management, assist in restoration of historic 
aircraft and spacecraft, especially the Aichi M6A1 Seiran, 
the Enola Gay's right inboard wing, June 8, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Amy Willats, Bachelors Degree. Department of Interpretive 
Programs, develop a planetarium presentation for middle 
school students in the Einstein Planetarium and organize 
its slide collection and flat files of astronomical materials, 
June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Richard Yao, High School Graduate, Westminster School, 
OESE Intern '92. Department of Space History, work with 
materials dealing with the technology of manned 
spaceflight in order to organize and prepare research 
materials for archival records; assist with care and storage of 
space suits, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 



National Museum of African Art 



Bongi Bengu, Bachelors Candidate, Mount Vernon College. 
Exhibits Office, will observe and participate in: silkscreen 
production, photographing & lighting of museum objects, 
object installation. Will assist supervisor in budget, 
schedule and contract development. In addition, intern will 
compile a production handbook, outlining the principles 
observed and outline the production steps in each area, Sep- 
tember 10, 1992 through December 10, 1992. 



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Pedra Chaffers, Bachelors Degree. Department of Education, 
assist in the coordination of two summer workshops; assist 
in the development of teachet materials and curriculum 
development of a summer course fot educators, June 1, 1992 
through August 18, 1992. 

Beatrice Couanne, Bachelors Degree. Office of Exhibits, assist 
in the development of graphics for an exhibition, assist 
with final Lighting as well as in the production of paste-up 
work and layouts, January 21, 1992 through March 27, 1992. 

Celeste DeWald, Bachelors Degree. Office of Education, assist 
on creation of a handbook of objects in the permanent col- 
lection for docents, June 22, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Lisa Kluth, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. 
Department of Education, assist in research, development 
and wtiting of a teacher's packet for the September teacher 
workshop: "Woven Treasures: Creating Ewe Cloth"; assist 
in developing a slide kit & related informational material 
for the workshop; assist in research and development of a 
family guide to the museum's permanent collection, July 6, 
1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Cory Micots, Master's Candidate, Cleveland State University. 
Will assist the Curatorial department in researching 85 
masks for an upcoming exhibition: "The Face of the 
Spirits: Masks from the Zaire Basin." Also, will update an 
illustrated and annotated bibliography on the source, sig- 
nificance and use of color in Africa for publication, August 
14, 1992 through November 20, 1992. 

Rebecca Marie Molholt, Bachelor's Degree, Clark University. 
Will assist Curator of Archives in the duplication, catalogu- 
ing, and housing of the Drewel/Thompson Collection. In 
addition, intern will be entering collection data in a 
database, and will be doing guided reading concerning 
Yoruba art, September 8, 1992 through December 31, 1992. 

Denise Mortimer, Bachelors Candidate, Wesleyan University. 
Photographic Archives, assist with a survey of African pic- 
torial holdings, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Kimberly Scott, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial Department, as- 
sist in the research of three individual projects for the 
curatorial department, June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Mary Shane, Bachelors Candidate, University of West Florida. 
Department of Education, create a handbook of objects in 
the museum's Permanent Collection gallery for docents, 
June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Dylan Smith, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conservation, 
basic conservation technique, ethics and responsibilities, 
care and handling of ethnographic art, preventative main- 
tenance conservation, environmental control and conserva- 
tion technique, June 15, 1992 through August 24, 1992. 

Gregg Theobald, Bachelors Candidate, Wabash College. As- 
sociate Director, assist in the research and preparation of 
materials for the publication of the NMAfA permanent col- 
lection, June 15, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Koorad Tuchscherer, Masters Candidate, University of Lon- 
don. Archives, assist with preparations for the "Elmina" ex- 
hibition, opening October, 1992; guided research and 



reading on the history of Elmina, compile visual materials 
related to Elmina history and learn how to interpret these 
materials critically; compile biographies of important 
African traders and their wives, July 13, 1992 through 
August 31, 1992. 

Jens Westerfeld, Masters Candidate, Freie Universitat-Berlin. 
Archives, assist in cataloguing the Gulla Kell Pfeffer Col- 
lection; including identifying and labeling about 400 
photographs, transcribe letters, and research a film made 
by the collector, February 10, 1992 through April 17, 1992. 

Megan MaGuire Wilkinson, Bachelor's Candidate, Towson 
State University. Associate Director, will assist in research 
and preparation of materials for the publication of an an- 
thology of NMAFA's petmanent collections. Assignments 
will include general readings on African Art, and specific 
library and archival research on works of art. 



National Museum of American Art 



Kim Abrahamson, Masters Candidate, American University. 

NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 

8, 1992 through April 28, 1993 
Alexis Alcott, High School Graduate. Research, OESE Intern 

'92: work with the permanent collection database evaluat- 
ing and editing records for an upcoming exhibition, July 

13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 
Ama Amoaka, High School Student, Potomac High School. 

General overview of museum registration, May 4, 1992 

through May 31, 1992. 
Laura Baptiste, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts Univetsity. 

Division of Graphics Art, assist with the general projects, 

June 1, 1992 through July 24, 1992. 
Tamara Bechara, High School Student, Potomac High School. 

General overview of museum registration, May 4, 1992 

through May 31, 1992. 
Gretchen Bender, Masters Candidate, American University. 

NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 

8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 
Megan Burness, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 

Office of the Registrar, assist the office on all levels with 

general registrarial responsibilities, June I, 1992 through 

July 24, 1992. 
Courtney Deangelis, Masters Candidate, American University. 

NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 

8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 
Lisa Donnelly, Masters Candidate, George Washington 

University. NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, 

September 8, 1992 through April 23, 1992. 
Mona Foad, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, assist in prepara- 
tions for exhibitions, "Ftee Within Ourselves" and 

"Romare Bearden", June I, 1992 through July 24, 1992. 



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Kevin Foley, Bachelors Candidate, University of Massachusetts. 
Division of Design and Production, assist on all levels with re- 
installation projects, June l, 1992 through July 24, 1992. 

Adam Frelin, High School Graduate. Office of the Registrar, 
OESE Intern '92: assist the staff in the daily work ranging 
from filing records and entering data to moving artwork or 
crates, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Heather Glenn, Bachelors Degree. Graphic Arts, assist in 
graphic arts, education, and general curatorial departments, 
January 13, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Lynn Hawkins, Masters Candidate, Tulane University. Intern 
Programs, advanced level museum training program, 
January 27, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Kimberly Hedges, Masters Candidate, American University. 
Department of Painting and Sculpture, research assistant, 
January 13, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

David Hinkson, High School Graduate. Curatorial, OESE In- 
tern '92: assist with preparation for public programs for the 
exhibition titled "Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirma- 
tion", June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Michele Hoffman, Masters Candidate, University of 

Maryland. Library, Ferdinand Perret Collection archival 
processing, January 28, 1992 through May 31, 1992. 

Caryn Houghton, Masters Candidate, Brigham Young Univer- 
sity. NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, Sep- 
tember 8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 

Masadm Igarashi, Visiting Professional, Seeon Museum of 
Art. Division of Graphic Arts, oriental influences on 
American prints, January 21, 1992 through April 30, 
1992. 

Joan James, Mastets Candidate, University of Illinois. NMAA 
Advanced Museum Training Program, September 8, 1992 
through April 23, 1993. 

Ann Kenny, Masters Candidate, American University. NMAA 
Advanced Museum Training Program, September 8, 1992 
through April 23, 1993. 

Eli2abeth Kirk, Masters Candidate, American University. 
NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 
8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 

Lara Milavickas, Bachelors Candidate, Ohio University. Office 
of the Registrar, assist in the shipping office, stotage office, 
and Rights and Reproduction Office, November 15, 1991 
through December 20, 1991. 

Ana Montoya, Bachelors Degree. Curatorial, assist with 
preparation for public programs for "Chicano Art" exhibi- 
tion, June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Lia Nalbantidov, Bachelors Degree. Intern Programs, project 
in the Office of Research Support, January 31, 1992 through 
May 8, 1992. 

Jerry Potocnik, Bachelors Candidate, University of Kansas. Office 
of the Registrar, assist the office on all levels with general 
registrarial responsibilities, June 1, 1992 through July 24, 1992. 

Laura Schwartz, Bachelors Candidate, University of California- 
San Diego. Library, general overview of the workings of an 
arts library, June 8, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 



Rachel Seligman, Mastets Candidate, George Washington 
University. NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, 
September 8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 

April Sommers, Masters Candidate, American University. 
NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 
8, 1992 through April 23, 1993. 

Sarah Stillpass, Bachelors College, Smith College. Will be 
working with the curator of photography in the NMAA on 
the exhibition of the "American Surrealist Photographers", 
September 8, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Laura Taylor, Bachelors Candidate, De Paul University. 

Museum Programs, public programming for Romare Bear- 
den exhibition, June 8, 1992 through August 3, 1992. 

Julie Wolfe, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. NMAA Advanced Museum Training, September 8, 
1992 through April 23, 1992. 

Kenneth Yazzie, Masters Candidate, University of Colotado. 
NMAA Advanced Museum Training Program, September 
8, 1992 through April 23, 1992. 



National Museum of American History 



Crystal Anderson, Bachelors Candidate, College of William 
and Mary. Computer Information Society, compile informa- 
tion for a new computer from Intergraph to assist tourists 
in finding their way around the museum, May 11, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Whitney Ashby, High School Graduate. Department of 
Armed Forces History, OESE Intern '92: work with collec- 
tions of uniforms, insignia art; care of collections and assist 
with mounting exhibitions, July 13, 1992 through August 
14, 1992. 

Alison Barnes, Bachelors Candidate, Salisbury State Univer- 
sity. Department of Education, assist in organizing a small 
reference library for development of high school museum 
studies curriculum; provide support for Young Interpreters 
Program, June 1, 1992 through August 27, 1992. 

Shay Bauman, Bachelors Candidate, Florida State University. 
Department of Education, assist with background research 
on 1-2 units undet development; work on the Manhattan 
Project, Biotechnology; participate as a member of the 
development team, brainstorming ideas; assist with hosting 
teachers form west, New York, and the DC area, May 19, 
1992 through July 7, 1992. 

Eric Beauchesne, Bachelors Candidate, Marymount Univer- 
sity. Department of Education, assist in planning and 
fabrication of exhibits, and participation in the interpreta- 
tion program, January 9, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Alison Beck, Bachelors Degree. Department of Public 

Programs, assist in the Discovery Room as well as work on 
various educational projects, February 4 1992 through 
April 10, 1992. 



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Jennifer Biancaniello, Bachelors Degree. Division of Political 
History, work in a variety of settings and situation in 
division gaining experience in collections, ranging from 
the Scopes Trial to the World's Fair 1939 in the areas of col- 
lections management, June 15, 1992 through August 15, 
1992. 

Sara Bork, Bachelors Degree. Division of Medical Science, 
help catalogue objects in collections of health sciences 
equipment; measure, describe, and photograph objects and 
add them to computerized inventory list, June 8, 1992 
through July 10, 1992. 

Christopher Bradley, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph-Macon 
College. Department of Transportation, assist in re-housing 
half-built models; monitor and maintain artifacts in the 
Hall of American Maritime History, June 29, 1992 through 
August 13, 1992. 

Julie Brandt, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Internship and Fellowship Office, work on intern roster for 
summer of '92; give orientation tours and lectures; organize 
the intern bulletin board in the intern office, June 1, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Sharon Braslaw, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 
Division of Domestic Life, assist with the care of the collec- 
tions and upkeep of the permanent exhibition "After the 
Revolution: Everyday Life in America, 1780-1800", June I, 
1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Dawn Brown, High School Student, Duke Ellington School 
of Arts. Office of Public Programs, help visitors understand 
American history through interpretation, June 29, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Kristin Brown, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Assist- 
ing in the research for upcoming exhibit in science & 
society in the United States, September 8, 1992 through 
December 18, 1992. 

Jennifer Bunge, Bachelors Candidate, Hood College. Division 
of Domestic Life, participate in management of the collec- 
tions and in the revisions to "After the Revolution", 
January 28, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Sean Burch, Bachelors Degree. Department of Political His- 
tory, research concerning the 19th century exhibition as 
well as sports in the 19th century, July 6, 1992 through 
August 28, 1992. 

Marc Carbonneau, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Will perform research for "Rock Sc Roll" exhibi- 
tion for search of Billboard Magazine 1945-1955, September 
21, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Megan Carr, Bachelors Candidare, Amherst College. Division 
of Armed Forces History, research, photogtaph, document, 
and rehouse the 19th century military epaulets; assist with 
the mounting of the showcase exhibit: "American Women 
and War" and "G.I. the American Soldier Experience in 
WWII", June 1, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Pamela Carter, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Assisting in 
the exhibit "Impart of Industrialization on 19th C. American 
Life", September 8, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 



Evelyn Causey, Bachelors Candidate, Bryn Mawr College. 
Department of Social and Cultural History, assist in 
development of a feasibility study for the "American 
Festival" exhibition by conducting artifacts and graphics 
research related to various themes of the exhibition, June 
29, 1992 through September 15, 1992. 

Benjamin Ceja, High School Graduate. Department of 
Numismatics, OESE Intern '92: assist staff by typing up 
labels for part of the collection; assist in conservation of 
paper notes and arranging photo archives, July 13, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Mary Cheek, Bachelors Candidate. Division of Community 
Life, process Orth World's Fair Collection; research for ex- 
hibit on the social origins of Rock and Roll in Memphis, 
May 18, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Stacy Coates, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. Ar- 
chives Center, organize and processing of the audio-visual 
records of the program in African-American Culture collec- 
tion, June 8, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Daniela Cos, Bachelors Degree. Department of Conservation, 
conservation work with American Military Uniforms, June 
8, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Anna Deeny, Bachelors Candidate, Shepherd College. Depart- 
ment of Music History, cataloguing chamber music 
programs, June 23, 1992 through August 13, 1992. 

Natalia de Pierola, Bachelors Candidate, University of 
Washington. As assistant internship and fellowship coor- 
dinator. Natalia will document through color black & 
white photographs the museum internship program, Sep- 
tember 29, 1992 through December 8, 1992. 

Tracie Rae Derwin, Bachelors Candidate, UC San Diego. Ex- 
hibition assistant for "Go Forth and Serve", September 21, 
1992 through December 5, 1992. 

Kimberly Dillon, Bachelors Candidate, University of Mis- 
souri. Office of Education, assist in development of the 
Hands-on History Room, June 8, 1992 through August 5, 
1992. 

Kris Dittman, Bachelors Degree. Division of Agriculture, 
work on collections management programs, ranging from 
cataloging to conservation to transferring and re-housing 
various collections geared toward understanding the 
management aspects of museum work, June 1, 1992 
through December 24, 1992. 

Ashley Dixon, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College. Division of Armed Forces History, lo- 
care, research, document artifacts to be used in the exhibit 
"G.I. American Soldier Experience in WWII"; assisr with 
exhibition "American Women in War", January 27, 1992 
through April 24, 1992. 

Linda Dodds, Masters Candidate, Oregon State University. Re- 
searching and compiling data to be used in a project 
focused on the construction of merro tunnels, September 
IO, 1992 through December 10, 1992. 

Griffin Donnell, High School Student, Duke Ellington 
School of Arts. Office of Public Programs, assist visitors in 



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understanding American history through interpretation, 
June 24, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 
Kathryn Duffy, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Office of Interns and Fellowships, orientation leader; coor- 
dinate brown bag lunches, June 17, 1992 through August 

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Gerald Dukatz, Bachelor's Candidate, George Mason Univer- 
sity. NMAH - Internship Office, Concentrate on perform- 
ing major orientation and facilitating acceptance 
procedures for interns. Organize, improve, and perform 
orientation tasks to get optimum use of new intern's time 
and energy. Assist Internship Coordinator, April 13, 1992 
through June 19, 1992. 

Richard T. Eisenhour, Master's Candidate, George 

Washington University. Processing of Edward J. Orth 
World's Fair Collection, involving registration and 
cataloguing procedures. Objects from the 1939-1940 
World's Fair, April 28, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Julie Eyerman, Bachelors Candidate, University of South 

Carolina. Publications, May 18, 1992 through August 15, 1992. 

Miriam Femerle, Bachelors Candidate, Reed College. Division 
of Numismatics, collections management, June 8, 1992 
through August 15, 1992. 

Alan Freeman, Masters Degree. Division of Community Life, 
create and assemble the intern manual for high school stu- 
dents; work on the "Go Forth and Serve" exhibit; research 
missing photos for the "Field to Factory" exhibit, June 1, 
1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Beatus Frey, Ph.D., University of Zurich. Collections manage- 
ment in numismatics, September 8, 1992 through March 3, 

1993- 

Robert Fridovich, Bachelors Candidate, Boston University. 
National Postal Museum, research and write for the Offices 
of Development and Public Affairs; assist with establishing 
a new Office of Public Affairs for the National Postal 
Museum; work in all aspects of museum promotion and 
publicity, July 2, 1992 through August 26, 1992. 

Jeffrey Gale, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland, 
Baltimore County. Compiling research data, organizing 
project plans, organizing archival collections, assisting in 
administrative duties, September 21, 1992 through Decem- 
ber 31, 1992. 

Shannon Gleason, Bachelors Candidate, Stephens College. Of- 
fice of Public Affairs, write press releases; work with media; 
assist in planning exhibitions, researching special events, 
May 26, 1992 through August 25, 1992. 

Marian Green, Bachelors Candidate, The University of the 
South. Architectural History, research on Washington ar- 
chitecture in the 20th century, June 15, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Andi Gwyn, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Will work on a variety of collections management re- 
lated projects including processing the Edward J. Orth 
World's Fair Collection and related collections in the Com- 
munity Life, September 1, 1992 through December 3, 1992. 



Kerry Hamilton, Bachelors Degree. Museum Programs, com- 
pile brochures and data entry for the American Sampler 
Program, November 1, 1991 through May 31, 1992. 

Lara Harris, Bachelors Candidate, Washington University. 
Office of Exhibit Design, work on "Science and American 
Life" exhibit with contact designer, chief of design, and 
design production coordinator: perspective drawings, typo- 
graphic layouts, draft scale drawings, help construct 3-D 
foam model of exhibit, June 1, 1992 through August 24, 
1992. 

Katherine Harrison, Bachelors Degree. Archives Center, assist 
in archiving of the Arab-American collection, June 8, 1992 
through August 21, 1992. 

Becky Hartshorn, Bachelors Degree. Division of Community 
Life, Black Land Grant Colleges Show; Youth Interpretive 
Services, February 27, 1992 through June 5, 1992. 

Kelly Hawkins, Bachelors Degree. Division of Home and 
Domestic Life, assist with all phases of collections manage- 
ment for the installation of "After the Revolution", Oc- 
tober 7, 1991 through March 31, 1992. 

Hillary Haynes, High School Student, Duke Ellington School 
of Arts. Office of Public Programs, assist visitors in under- 
standing American history through interpretation, June 24, 
1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Michelle Heller, Bachelors Candidate, Tufts University. 
Division of Community Life, background research on ar- 
tifacts and information for American festival in Japan, June 
15, 1992 through August 8, 1992. 

Patricia Henriques, Bachelors Candidate, Amherst College. 
"Underwood & Underwood Glass Stereoscopic Collec- 
tion" — research and archival work video disking of the 
"U & U" stereograph negatives, July 8, 1992 through 
December 18, 1992. 

Valeska Hilbig, Masters Candidate, New Mexico State Univer- 
sity. Department of Education, research global ecological is- 
sues for "Science in American Life" exhibit; assist in 
incorporating the research in a video disc interactive 
storyboard; research and produce copyright for film seg- 
ments, as well as participate in relevant staff meetings, May 
14, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Sarah Holthaus, Bachelors Candidate, Marymount University. 
Division of Community Life, pursue research for and assist 
in organization of the exhibition "The American Ex- 
perience" which will travel to Japan, January 22, 1992 
through April 24, 1992. 

Holland Hopson, Bachelors Candidate, Birmingham- 
Southern College. Division of Musical History, work with 
the Duke Ellington Bibliographic Database; assist with 
"Duke Ellington: Beyond Category" exhibition; transcrip- 
tions of oral history; assist with the Smithsonian Jazz 
Masterworks Orchestra, June 1, 1992 through August 31, 
1992. 

Alanson Horton, Bachelors Candidate, Miami University. 
Department of Public Affairs, work on the Duke Ellington 
Project, June 20, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 



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Ann Howard, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Archives Center, organize archival collections, abstract oral 
histories, administrative support, reference archival sup- 
port, June 8, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Mark Hsu, Bachelors Candidate, Johns Hopkins University. 
Academic Programs, work on American Quarterly as copy 
editor, June 16, 1992 through August 28, 1992. 

Kathleen Hughes, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. 
Division of Museum Programs, assist with programs for 
"American Encounters" opening; research and develop for 
1992-1993 American Sampler Series, especially "Word of 
Mouth" storytelling symposium; assist with publicity for 
"Music of New Mexico" recordings; assist with "Spirits of 
the Present" concert for radio broadcast, June 1, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Mary Huelsbeck, Bachelors Candidate, Carroll College. 
Division of Community Life, focus on a variety of museum 
practices including collections management, condition sur- 
veys of present exhibitions and installation and de-installa- 
tion of special exhibitions; research pertaining to sports and 
musical entertainment, January 23, 1992 through May 1, 
1992. 

Chris Jackson, High School Student, Largo Senior High 
School. Chris will learn all facets of security procedures, in- 
cluding the functions of guards, aspects of personnel ad- 
ministration, property accountability, record keeping, and 
fire and safety inspections, May 4, 1992 through August 28, 
1992. 

Kylie Jackson, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. 
Division of Political History, research Black Californians; 
work on the Young Interpreters Project, June 1, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Delecia Jenkins, High School Student, Duke Ellington School 
of Arts. Office of Public Programs, assist visitors in under- 
standing American history through interpretation, June 24, 
1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Lallitha John, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Division of Community Life, assist in the re- 
search and organization of the exhibition "Roots of Rock 
'n' Roll", February 3, 1992 through April 30, 1992. 

Barbara Johnson, Masters Candidate, University of Delaware. 
Conservation Internship/surveys of artifacts/treatment of ar- 
tifacts research project/analysis of artifacts, September 8, 
1992 through September 1, 1993. 

Eric Johnson, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and 
Mary. Division of Community Life, work with the Young 
Interpreters Program; create scripts and develop program 
carts; work on researching missing photos in "Field to Fac- 
tory", June 1, 1992 through August u, 1992. 

Daniel Jones, Bachelors Degree. Division of Community Life, 
assist with Young Interpreters Program, June 1, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Michael Jones, Masters Candidate, Morehouse College. Ar- 
chives Center, abstract and index the oral histories on Duke 
Ellington, July 6, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 



Brian Kalt, Bachelors Candidate, University of Michigan. 
Division of Political History, work with objects and 
graphics for the show "U.S. Presidency"; prepare a report, 
June 1, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jessica Kaz, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Division of Education, assist in development of the 
handbook for the Cultural Reporter project, January 6, 
1992 through April 30, 1992. 

Shauna Keane, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Education, Hands-On History Room 
audience research and interpretation manual, February 6, 
1992 through April 23, 1992. 

Trisa Kelly, Masters Candidate, Portland State University. Pro- 
gram of African American Culture, conduct research on 
diasporic religious/sacred rituals, participant contacts, etc. 
for the 1994 African American History Month conference 
on African American Religious Traditions, June 23, 1992 
through August 28, 1992. 

Laura Kinsey, Bachelors Candidate, Stanford University. 
Department of the History of Science and Technology, 
obtain copyright permissions for graphics; assist the 
collections manager; pursue research as needed, June 22, 
1992 through August 17, 1992. 

Valerie Keoun, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Education, work on final phase of the 
development of the Hands-on History Room, January 13, 
1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Paul Kramer, Masters Degree. Archives Center, serve as a re- 
search assistant on the developing project "Ethnic Imagery 
in the Landscape of Commercials" contacting consultants, 
compiling bibliographies, and archival material, July 1, 
1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Joseph Kuiper, Bachelors Candidate, Hope College. Division 
of Political History, documentary and photo research for 
the 19th Century project, January 21, 1992 through 
February 27, 1992. 

Alyce Kuklinski, Bachelors Candidate, Duke University. Ar- 
chives Center, rehouse and catalog approximately 300 
World War I and World War U posters in the Warshaw 
Collection; assist archivist with WWI and WWII posters 
in the Princeton Posters Collection, June 26, 1992 through 
August 7, 1992. 

Krista Larsen, Bachelors Candidate, University of Colorado at 
Boulder. Division of Political History, work on final 
development of the exhibit "Land of Promise: America in 
the 19th Century", May 26, 1992 through August 1, 1992. 

Sharon Lee, Bachelors Candidate, Montgomery College. Ad- 
ministration, assist staff with confidential issues around 
labor relations, filing, and answering telephones, June 29, 
1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Carolyn Leo, Bachelors Candidate, Santa Clara University. 
Conservation and preservation of WWI soldier packs, as 
well as American military epaulets. Will also help with up- 
coming American GI exhibit, Septembet 24, 1992 through 
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Blair Levin, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. In- 
ternships and Fellowships Office, organize and conduct 
orientation programs for prospective and incoming interns; 
compile an updated edition of the intern opportunities for 
summer of 1992, January 27, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Brenda Levy, Bachelors Degree. Internships and Fellowships 
Office, arrange Brown Bag Lunches for interns and fellows; 
maintain NMAH Intern Roster, December 1, 1991 through 
September 4, 1992. 

Christine Lewandowski, Bachelors Degree. Will assist with 
preparation of the Hands-on-History room and with train- 
ing docents for that room, September 14, 1992. 

Sara Lewis, Bachelors Degree. Division of Costumes, develop 
reference files on American Designer, Claire McCardell, 
June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Huag Liang, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Connecticut. 
Department of Political History, research on people in the 
west in the 19th century — how the came, whether they suc- 
ceeded or not.^-covering five groups of people: Europeans, 
Easterners, Asians, Indians, and African-Americans, July 1, 
1992 through August 26, 1992. 

Felicia Liss, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. Division of 
Community Life, research for childhood exhibition on 
relationship between children and corporations, June 1, 
1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Veronica Lopez, Bachelors Candidate, Amherst College. Ar- 
chives Center, assist in preparing an exhibition of 
photographs based on the Carlos de Wendler-Funaro Gypsy 
research collections, June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Sean Lucas, High School Student, Duke Ellington School of 
Arts. Office of Public Programs, assist visitors in under- 
standing American history, June 29, 1992 through August 

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Teresa MacDonald, Bachelors Candidate, Franklin and Mar- 
shall College. Division of Military History, cataloging two 
collections of Women's Military Clothing and assist in re- 
housing project for epaulets, June 10, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Michelle Madden, Bachelors Degree. Duke Ellington School 
Project - helping to research and prepare publications for 
the museum studies program at the Ellington School in 
Georgetown, September 9, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Masayuki Maeda, Museum Professional, Okinawa Prefectural 
Museum. Internship an NMAH to gain comprehensive un- 
derstanding of the major functional areas of a US museum. 
Will work with staff in each area, September 21, 1992 
through March 12, 1993. 

Elenorah Maney, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State Univer- 
sity. Program in African American Cultures, 1993 Duke El- 
lington Youth project and the teacher training workshop 
involved; pre-production activities for a November pro- 
gram on American Classical Music, June 29, 1992 through 
September 15, 1992. 

Judith Marvin, Masters Degree. Division of Community Life, 
survey the Smithsonian's Collection for ivory holdings and 



produce a brochure for the Elephant Ivory Exhibit to be open 
in August of 1992, May 28, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Jeannine Maschak, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pit- 
tsburgh. Department of History of Science and Technology, 
work on the "Science in American Life" exhibit, June I, 
1992 through August 2, 1992. 

Matthew McArthur, Bachelors Candidate, Portland State 
University. Reading, analyzing and summarizing the 
material contained in a collection of scholarly articles relat- 
ing to the Afro-American Communities Project and adding 
that information to the data base. Reading, Analyzing and 
summarizing the material contained in a microfilm collec- 
tion of the Black Abolitionist Papers and adding that infor- 
mation to a computerized database, April 7, 1992 through 
June 10, 1992. 

Josh McClung, High School Student. Will assist in the or- 
dinance section of armed forces history in reorganization 
the collections in preparing for a complete inventory of ob- 
jects, September 28, 1992 through May 31, 1993. 

Debra McCullough, Bachelors Degree. Department of Cos- 
tumes, assist in reindexing library database, researching tee 
shirt data; design informative questionnaire on the image 
and identity project, July 6, 1992 through September 4, 
1992. 

Angela McEliece, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia-Santa Barbara. Department of Numismatics, collection 
management and organization of the collection, June 25, 
1992 through August 5, 1992. 

Joseph McGeshick, Masters Degree. American Indian Awards 
Program, ethno history — Sokaogon Chippewa History — re- 
search the years 1850-1860 when the tribe became landless 
until 1934, treaty negotiations, etc, May 26, 1992 through 
July 31, 1992. 

Kelley McNiff, Bachelors Degree. Division of Biological 
Sciences, research and administrative assistant for the 
Science in American Life project: focusing on the section 
entitled "Science in Public Eye", January 22, 1992 through 
May 29, 1992. 

Darcy Meeks, Bachelors Candidate, Harfwick College. 
Division of Transportation, assist with the collections 
management and research of the rail trade literature collec- 
tion and the Delaware & Hudson Railroad Engineering 
drawings; help with general curatorial operations, January 
23, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Julia Merrift, Bachelors Candidate. American Quarterly, copy 
editing with the goal of providing writing and editing ex- 
perience through work on a scholarly journal, June 15, 1992 
through August 15, 1992. 

Andrew Meserole, Bachelors Degree. Division of Community 
Life, documentary research and oral history pertaining to 
Black Land Grand Colleges; assist with the youth inter- 
preter program for "Field to Factory", February 18, 1992 
through June 19, 1992. 

Amy Meyer, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Division of Design, assist the exhibit designer in all aspects 



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of the upcoming exhibit of the Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial; create scale drawings of all the objects in the 
exhibit, June 29, 1992 through July 28, 1992. 

J. Brendan Meyer, Bachelors Candidate, University of Notre 
Dame. Architectural, research the modern architecture of 
Washington, DC for a book, May 20, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Miles Millet, Bachelors Candidate, Yakima Valley Com- 
munity College. Office of the Registrar, work with 
curatorial, collections management, and administrative 
staff in collections record systems, object handling and 
processing, loans, and special projects, accountability, and 
off site storage, June 22, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Don Milner, Bachelors Candidate, Columbia Union College. 
African- American Index Project, research artifacts of the 
Afro- American culture and create an exhibit for the 
museum, January 13, 1992 through May 31, 1992. 

Karen Miyoshi, Bachelors Candidate. Division of Engineering 
and Industry, research on environmental equity and women 
and minorities in engineering, June 10, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Tchad Moore, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. As- 
sisting and researching Jazz Oral History Project, Septem- 
ber 2, 1992 through December 31, 1992. 

James Morrill, Bachelors Degree. Will gain overview of per- 
sonnel administration at NMAH and develop a current 
organizational chart of the NMAH and the history of posi- 
tion evolution, September 9, 1992 through December 31, 
1992. 

Lisa Morris, Bachelors Candidate, Wells College. Division of 
Community Life, research focusing on the political origin 
of the American holiday Thanksgiving, and the debate over 
who was first, January 3, 1992 through January 30, 1992. 

Cara Mullio, Bachelors Candidate, California Polytechnical 
Institute. Department of the History of Science and Tech- 
nology, research on the history of architecture in 
Washington, DC with particular emphasis on the major 
buildings that have been proposed but rejected because 
their designs were considered inappropriate, June 15, 1992 
through August 29, 1992. 

Kareem Murphy, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Research for the Duke Ellington Jazz Archives, will assist 
the curator of the Duke Ellington Jazz Archives and his 
staff or research related to the field, September 30 1992 
through December 31, 1992. 

Dawn Nave, Bachelors Candidate, Florida A&M University. 
Department of Social and Cultural History, microfilm 
records tracing activities of African- Americans in Camden, 
New Jersey in the late 19th and 20th centuries; assist on 
the "Go Forth and Serve" exhibition, June 15, 1992 through 
August 21, 1992. 

Carrie Nee, Bachelors Candidate, Loyola College. Department 
of the History of Science and Technology, guided research 
on history of modern architecture in DC including archival 
documentation, surveys and building records, computer 



data entry of primary sources and findings and organization 
of information, May 11, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Tonya Neff, Bachelors Candidate, Messiah College. Office of 
Public Affairs, work on the American Encounter Project, 
involved in research, drafting captions, doing photo re- 
search, and responding to routine PR inquiries and any 
other logistics needed, January 23, 1992 through May 6, 
1992. 

Adam Nelson, Bachelors Candidate, St. Olaf College. 
Academic Affairs, editorial assistant, American Quarterly, 
doing editorial work and coordinating short-term research 
projects in American History, June 10, 1992 through 
August 28, 1992. 

Josephine Nieuwenhuis, Bachelors Candidate, Reinwardt 
Academy. Office of the Registrar, collection management, 
December 30, 1991 through June 26, 1992. 

Sarah Noble, Bachelors Candidate, Clark University. Depart- 
ment of Armed Forces History, assist project manager in 
daily operations of the department, June 29, 1992 through 
August 30, 1992. 

Luis Obregon, Visiting Professional. Office of Exhibit Design, 
graphic design on exhibits, production of scale models, and 
conceptual drawings, June 26, 1992 through September 23, 
1992. 

Nora S. Oney, Bachelors Degree, Sweet Briar College. To gain 
a cultural understanding of the overall function & opera- 
tion of the NMAH. TO develop an understanding of collec- 
tions management. TO heighten research skills and 
develop knowledge of the material culture of American 
home life, September 8, 1992 through December 31, 1992. 

Kirstin O'Reilly, Bachelors Candidate, Skidmore College. 
Research and assistance with staff on Duke Ellington cur- 
riculum and "Pousse Cafe" reproduction, September 17, 
1992 through December 9, 1992. 

Matthias Otto, Ph.D. Candidate, Technical University of Ber- 
lin. Graphics Art, research on the history of typesetting sys- 
tems and history of the labor movement in the U.S. 
printing industry, July 13, 1992 through October 15, 1992. 

Hwakyung Park, Bachelors Degree. Division of Musical His- 
tory, collections management duties including rehousing 
musical instruments, learning about materials, and conser- 
vation techniques in doing so, January 15, 1992 through 
August 31, 1992. 

Susan Parsons, Bachelors Candidate, University of Tennessee. 
Division of Numismatics, work on conservation and assist 
in rehousing. May 18, 1992 through August 9, 1992. 

Philip Partington, Bachelors Degree. Division of Architec- 
tural History, assist in the research and graphic documenta- 
tion of Power, Politics, and Architecture: Washington: 
1900-1990, February 3, 1992 through June 30, 1992. 

Donald Perna, Jr., Bachelors Degree. Office of the Registrar, 
registorial assistant for the Edward J. Orth World's Fair 
Collection; work in collections management, museum 
registration, and cataloging activities for the collection, 
January 6, 1992 through June 30, 1992. 



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Jennifer Perry, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. The in- 
tern will be assisting the curator in conjunction with the ex- 
hibition "Duke Ellington: Beyond Category," September 8, 
1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Stephen Petrina, Doctoral Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Public Programs, background research for various sections 
in the "Science in American Life" project; assist in exhibit 
design, November 18, 1991 through January 31, 1992. 

Ellen Pollack, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Will be doing research on "Oklahoma" exhibit, as well 
as, "Red, Hot, and Blue" exhibit, September 21, 1992 
through December 18, 1992. 

Cristina Posa, High School Graduate. Department of Political 
History, OESE Intern '92: work with collections document- 
ing political institutions; basic research, gathering photos, 
and assembling objects to be photographed, July 13, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Alison Prentice, Bachelors Candidate, Denison University. 
Intern and Fellowship Office, orientation leader and help 
with brown bag lunch, June 4, 1992 through August 5, 
1992. 

Lynn Rainville, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. 
Department of Political History, as assistant to the curator, 
Lynn will locate artifacts and graphics for "Land of 
Promise" and will pursue research for labels concerning 
women in the west. She will also assist in collections 
management, March 30, 1992 through June 19, 1992. 

Jamie Ravenscraft, High School Graduate. Archives Center, 
OESE Intern '92, work with primary source materials; 
arrange contents and describe the contents of a collection, 
June 8, 1992 through July io, 1992. 

Todd Recht, Bachelors Degree. Publications, design and 
produce camera-ready publications using desktop equip- 
ment; become familiar with museum operations and othet 
design software, January 6, 1992 through June 30, 1992. 

Jennifer Reihm, Bachelors Candidate, University of Califor- 
nia — San Diego. Department of Social and Cultural His- 
tory, History of Rock and Roll research at Library of 
Congress, June 22, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

William Reilly, Bachelors Degree. Department of Public 
Programs, research for the Duke Ellington educational 
programs, June 22, 1992 through July 1, 1992. 

Holliday Ridge, Bachelors Degree. Office of Education, assist 
in conducting audience surveys to evaluate hands-on ac- 
tivities and find a suitable exhibit title, January 23, 1992 
through June 26, 1992. 

Kent Romoka, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington Col- 
lege. Internship Office, observe, improve, organize, and per- 
form the orientation tasks for incoming interns and fellows; 
also gather information, organize, edit, and produce an up- 
dated edition of Intern Opportunities, January 21, 1992 
through May 1, 1992. 

Aaron Rulnick, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland. 
Office of Exhibition Design, assist in developing and draft- 
ing alternative designs for the Museum's entrances, designs 



that produce the most efficient use of available space and 
light and improve the visual and spatial information 
provided in these important transitional spaces, February 
10, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Susan Russick, Bachelors Degree. Division of Paper Conserva- 
tion, assist in preparation of materials for "American En- 
counters", March 2, 1992 through March 31, 1992. 

Matthew Sakakenny, Bachelors Candidate, Peabody Conser- 
vatory of Johns Hopkins University. Office of Telecom- 
munication, recording and miscellaneous audio projects 
including Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, editing of Wolf 
Trap, June 1, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Denise Sala, Bachelors Candidate, University of Delaware. Ar- 
chives Center, June 24, 1992 through August 8, 1992. 

Andrea Scibelli, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Internship and Fellowship Office, coordinate administra- 
tive processes for the summer 1992 internship applications, 
including build and maintain a database for tracking ap- 
plications, receive and log their responses, and communi- 
cate with applicants and prospective supervisors, February 
18, 1992 through April 24, 1992. 

Aphaphanh Sengsy, Bachelors Degree. Division of Education, 
cultural reporter, hands on history, American Encounters, 
May 19, 1992 through October 9, 1992. 

Kelli Shafer, Bachelors Candidate, University of North Carolina. 
Division of Numismatics, organize the fiscal documents in the 
department, May 18, 1992 through August 9, 1992. 

Katherine Shaughnessy, Bachelors Degree. Office of Exhibits 
and Design, organize the reference library and learn the 
management system for coordinating the work of the 
museum exhibition designers, May 20, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 

Jennifer Shearin, Bachelors Candidate, Kenyon College. 
African American Index Project, edit and input data; com- 
pile new data, June 18, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Sarah Shen, Bachelors Candidate, University of California — 
Berkeley. Office of Public Programs, biographical research 
for exhibition on American Musicals and Performance 
Materials for the "American Song" concert series, June 29, 
1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Tracey Sheilds, Masters Candidate, Buffalo State College/Art 
Conservation. Conservation internship - surveys and treat- 
ment of artifacts/analysis of artifacts/research project, Sep- 
tember 2, 1992 through September 1, 1993. 

Beth Shutika, Bachelors Candidate, North Carolina State. Of- 
fice of the Registrar, review accession and nonaccession files 
submitted to the office form the 21 collecting units of the 
museum; train in everyday workings of the office including 
assigning accession numbers to new collections, May 26, 
1992 through August 2, 1992. 

Lyle Slovick, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. African American Culture, assist in research for ongo- 
ing projects; assist in handling the press releases and public 
service announcements; other logistical support, June 15, 
1992 through August 28, 1992. 



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Hilary Smith, Bachelors Degree. Helping photographer in 
daily shooting duties, filing, & cataloguing of negatives 
and slides. Includes working with designers, exhibits, staf- 
fers and subject specialists. Will document historic events 
to preserve our nations heritage. September 8, 1992 through 
September 1, 1993. 
Martha Smith, Bachelors Candidate, Presbyterian College. 
Division of Armed Forces History, collections management 
and research for the "World War II Daily Life" exhibit and 
"Nurses Throughout the Wars" exhibit, January 21, 1992 
through April 24, 1992. 

Rennee Snipe, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Division of Musical History, assist the production manager 
in producing Jazz Band/Orchestra; assist in house manage- 
ment the day of performance; collate mailing list for 
brochures, coordinate the contents for the concert 
programs, February 19, 1992 through April 10, 1992. 

John Spaight, Bachelors Candidate, Santa Clara University. 
Division of Physical Sciences, research the history of 
astronomical apparatus in the collections; help revise the 
text of Alvan Clark and Sons, June 22, 1992 through 
August 22, 1992. 

Nicola Spiss, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. As assistant to the archivist, Nicola will participate in 
the planning of the Underwood & Underwood Glass 
Stereograph Collection which is being filmed for videodisc, 
May 4, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Jodie Steiner, Bachelors Degree. Department of Public 
Programs, assist in background research for curriculum 
units being developed; assist with teacher workshop for par- 
ticipating in Science and American Life Project resource 
teams, June 22, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Jean Tanaka, Bachelors Candidate, University of Hawaii. 
Department of Education, assist with the design, produc- 
tion, and dissemination of the Southwest children's critical- 
ly annotated bibliography; assist as needed with "American 
Encounters" exhibit; cultural reporter for educational out- 
reach project, May 26, 1992 through July 24, 1992. 

Durahn Taylor, Bachelors Degree. Division of Political His- 
tory, study the shift of political loyalties among African 
Americans from the Republican to the Democratic Parry 
during the 1930s and 1940s, May 18, 1992 through August 

7. 1992- 

Lacy Taylor, High School Graduate. Office of Public 

Programs, assist in a basic research project connected with 
the development of an annual concert series of classic 
popular and theatre music; locate photographs and sound 
recordings, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Howard Teasley, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Division of Musical History, assist in the production of the 
Smithsonian National Jazz Masterworks Orchestra for the 
season of the Jazz Masterworks Series, January 21, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Amelia Thomas, Bachelors Degree. Assists "Land of Promise" 
team with object and graphics collection management and 



will assist ceramics and glass curators with research and 
management of collections related to the aesthetic and Arts 
& Craft movement, September 14, 1992 through May 31, 

1993- 

Laura Thomson, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington Col- 
lege. As assistant to the curator, Laura will be responsible 
for the cataloguing, accession and inscribing of the 
Guernsey Collection of recordings and create a scope and 
content note. She will also do preliminary organizing of the 
Nick Pearls recordings. May 4, 1992 through August 31, 
1992. 

Mary Van Meter, Bachelors Degree. Office of Public Programs, 
assist in conducting background research on social science 
aspects of polymers, Manhattan project, public health; par- 
ticipate in group meetings to discuss unit development, June 
22, 1992 through August 15, 1992. 

Jane Walker, Bachelors Candidate, College of Notre Dame of 
Maryland. Department of Exhibit Design, "American En- 
counters" — coordinate design and production for the exhibi- 
tion and serve as liaison for all units of the exhibition team. 

Deborah Waller, Bachelors Degree. American Quarterly, re- 
search and copy editing, November 7, 1991 through 
January 31, 1992. 

Tzu-Fen Wang, Masters Candidate, George Mason University. 
Intern and Fellowship Office, initial design specifications 
for the Museum's Collections Information System, June 15, 
1992 through August 18, 1992. 

Brad Weaver, Bachelors Candidate, Purdue University. Office 
of the Director, perform budget, accounting, and personnel 
analysis to support the work of the central administrative 
office, June 2, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Laura Wegman, Bachelors Candidate, Macalester College. Of- 
fice of Education, design and fabricate displays for Hands- 
on Science Preview Area to test "Science in American Life" 
exhibit components with visitors; maintain Preview Area 
when open to the public; learn about development process 
for hands-on activities; assist with audience research and 
other office projects as needed, June 1, 1992 through July 
24, 1992. 

Kevin Westrich, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
To conduct research and documentation under the super- 
vision of Mina Marafat on the architectural history of 
Washington, DC in the 20th Century, September 2, 1992 
through December 11, 1992. 

Jennifer Williams, Bachelors Candidate, American University. 
Assisting with the management of the Political Process Col- 
lection, September 24, 1992 through December 11, 1992. 

Leah Williamson, Bachelors Candidate, University of 

Maryland. Division of Social and Cultural History, follow- 
up and location of oral history project interviews for the 
preparation of manuscript on the African-American 
migration. 

Shalott Wilson, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Department of Musical history, to assist producer with 
detailed planning duties involving the organization and set- 



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up of upcoming programs and performances. April 20, 1992 
through May 23, 1992. 
Cynthia Wood, High School Student, Salem Academy. 
Division of Medical Sciences, participate in collection 
management procedures for medicines and spectacles, 
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Cecilia Alfonso, Masters Degree. Assist the Production 
Manager & Asst. Chief, Design, & Production with the 
graphic and administrative work required for the design & 
production of exhibits. Specific duties may include draft- 
ing, blueprinting, copying, reviewing specifications, etc., 
September 15, 1992 through March 15, 1992. 

Nicole Ardoin, Bachelors Candidate, James Madison Univer- 
sity. Catalog of American Portraits, conduct biographical 
research on subjects and artists and verify and update 
catalog information for portraits in major public and 
private collections across the country; correspond with 
owners, obtain photos, and incorporate material into the 
CAP portrait archives and computer database, June 1, 1992 
through July 24, 1992. 

Amy Baynard, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington Col- 
lege. Library, assist in research and shelving of the books in 
the Library, June 1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 

Suzanne Bechamps, Bachelors Degree. Office of Publications, 
primarily assisted in the proofing and the production of the 
Rembrandt Peale catalogue, labels, and brochure, August 
II, 1992 through September 3, 1992. 

Andrea Begel, Bachelors Candidate, Davidson College. 
Catalog of American Portraits, conduct biographical re- 
search on subjects and artists and verify and update catalog 
information for portraits in major public and private collec- 
tions across the country; correspond with owners, obtain 
photos, and incorporate material into the CAP portrait ar- 
chives and computer database, June 1, 1992 through July 31, 
1992. 

Susann Borgeest, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Design of a self-guide for high school students 
of American Indians in the National Portrait Gallery's per- 
manent collection. Also designed a self-guide for families, 
assisted the Public Program Manager with designing 
public announcement and programs notes, September 1, 
1992 through May 5, 1993. 

Jennifer Cathey, Bachelors Candidate. Library, assist with 
inter-library loans; variety of library duties including verti- 
cal file maintenance and cataloguing, circulation actives, 
preservation of serials, June 8, 1992 through August 3, 1992. 

Carleton Cole, Bachelors Candidate, Principia College. Office 
of Design and Production, preparation of graphics for two 
special exhibitions: "Hosokawa" and "The Spirit of Party"; 



produce film and paper positive for stencil preparation, and 
stencils for screening graphics on walls and panels, June 22, 
1992 through September 4, 1992. 

Anne Eigeman, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Office of Education, develop school programs 
featuring the African-Americans within the gallery's collec- 
tion, January 7, 1992 through April 23, 1992. 

Suzanne Carole Farmer, Bachelors Degree. Assist with 
current & future exhibitions, especially with the Exhibi- 
tions History project, September 15, 1992 through 
December 18, 1992. 

Andrea Ferretti, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. 

Biographical research for exhibition on musicals, Septem- 
ber 8, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Christina Garamone, Bachelors Candidate, American Univer- 
sity. Researching and verifying catalog data on portraits for 
the Catalog of American Portrait's national portrait 
database, including subject and artist biographical informa- 
tion, object descriptions, object descriptions, provenance, 
etc., September 17, 1992 through December 4, 1992. 

Sarah Goldfrank, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. 

Primary research in "New York World," looking for carica- 
ture in the teens, September 8, 1992 through December 18, 
1992. 

Molly Grirter, Bachelors Degree. Catalog of American 

Portraits, conduct biographical research on subjects and ar- 
tists and verify and update catalog information for portraits 
in major public and private collections across the country; 
correspond with owners, obtain photos, and incorporate 
material into the CAP portrait archives and computer 
database, June 1, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Mary Ann Hardy, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. His- 
torical research and editing for volume 4 of the Peale Fami- 
ly papers, September 8, 1992 through December 18, 1992. 

Adrienne Haythe, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. 
Library, assist the librarians in classification, research, and 
general library activities, June 1, 1992 through August 5, 
1992. 

Rebecca Hejduk, Bachelors Candidate, State University of 
New York at Purchase. Library, research and cataloging, 
June 1, 1992 through August 1, 1992. 

Ivan Kerbel, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. History, 
OESE Intern '92: assist historian with ongoing research 
projects, using Gallery and DC Public Library and Library 
of Congress, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Aimee Marcereau, Bachelors Degree. Department of Educa- 
tion, development of an educational kit for students; re- 
search and update information on the permanent collection, 
June 22, 1992 through August 25, 1992. 

Marybeth McHugh, Bachelors Degree, Wellesley College. 
Adapt the National Portrait Gallery's education program 
for seventh through ninth grade so that they can be used in 
an innovative way with culturally disadvantaged students 
in the Washington metropolitan area, September 23, 1992 
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Claire Morris, Bachelors Candidate, Southern Methodist 
University. Catalog of American Portraits, catalogue, up- 
date information concerning American portraits; basic 
typing, basic computet data input, June 11, 1992 through 
August 8, 1991. 

Boberte Nixon, Bachelors Candidate, Brigham Young Univer- 
sity. Project includes organizing, researching and editing 
information concerning portraits in various collections 
across the country, and incorporating data into a national 
automated database and portrait archives, May 4, 1992 
through August 8, 1992. 

Elizabeth Norman, High School Graduate. Library, OESE In- 
tern '92: assist the professional staff in standard library 
duties, sort materials selected for vertical files and 
eliminate backlog of materials already selected, July 13, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Sabrina Pagini, Bachelors Candidate, Dartmouth College. 
Curatorial Department, research American watercolor 
portraits for passible exhibition, June 15, 1992 through 
August 31, 1992. 

Anna Rhodes, Masters Candidate, University of Delaware. Of- 
fice of Education, develop and implement a plan to increase 
adult group attendance at the museum, June 1, 1992 
through August 28, 1992. 

Tanya Saine, Bachelors Candidate, University of Puget Sound. 
Office of Public Affairs, assist the public affairs office with 
press, special events, and publicizing public programs, 
June 8, 1992 through July 17, 1992. 

Dawn Schmitt, Bachelors Candidate, Pepperdine University. 
Office of Exhibits, perform research for upcoming exhibi- 
tion "1846-Anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution, 
June 1, 1992 through July 20, 1992. 

Emily Shapiro, Bachelors Candidate, Kenyon College. Educa- 
tion Department, Library, research, shelve books, arrange 
and catalog, June I, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Dominique Smith, High School Student, West Springfield High 
School. Office of Education, clerical work: major filing, xerox- 
ing, answering telephone inquiries, generate letters, and 
design office logs, July 6, 1992 through September 7, 1992. 

Jennifer Snow, Bachelors Degree. Catalog of American 

Portraits, organize, research, and edit information concern- 
ing portraits in various collections across the country, and 
incorporate data into a national automated database and 
portrait archives, June 8, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 

Allison Sobke, Bachelors Candidate, Vassar College. Research 
and compile films geared to the multi -cultural experience that 
can be utilized by the National Portrait Gallery film series, 
and assist in the production and scheduling of Culture in Mo- 
tion program, May 29, 1992 through August 21, 1992. 

Rebecca Tomasini, Bachelors Candidate, Elms College. Office 
of Education, develop a model tour to use with high school 
students studying American Literature; choose appropriate 
portraits in the permanent collection and do necessary re- 
search; devise a system for audience development for this 
new program, June 15, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 



Gail Tauber, Masters Candidate, City College of New York. 
Office of Education, research, write, and design a hand-out 
on the Native American portraits in the National Portrait 
Gallery's collection, July 13, 1992 through August 26, 1992. 

Martha Willoughby, Bachelors Degree. Department of His- 
tory, research on American Paintings, December 2, 1991 
through February 28, 1992. 



Office of Exhibits Central 



Eric Mialhe, Doctorate. Model Shop, techniques of museum 
exhibition for subsequent applications in the French In- 
stitute of Research for Exploitation of the Sea, January 21, 
1992 through October 30, 1992. 

Niloufer Moochhala, Bachelors Candidate, Mt. Holyoke College. 
Graphics, drafting of exhibitions, layouts, photography, 
graphic production, June 8, 1992 through August 8, 1992. 

Alan Vance, Bachelots Degree. Department of Exhibits, learn- 
ing graphic production techniques as well as model 
making, March 2, 1992 through May 3, 1992. 

Geffrey Vitale, High School Graduate. Fabrication, OESE In- 
tern '92: assist in tasks required for preparing exhibits and 
for transporting them; extensive exposure to central ex- 
hibits productions shop, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 



Office of Institutional Studies 



Dagny Glover, Masters Degree. Institutional Studies, will 
work with the staff on a range of studies especially those in- 
volving audience studies in the planning and interpretive 
strategies developed for exhibitions, August 24, 1992 
through June 30, 1993. 

Chad Groom, Bachelors Degree. Office of Institutional 

Studies, interpret results of Comparative Zoo Studies, June 
1, 1992 through August 7, 1992. 



Office of Museum Programs 



Tom Colligan, Bachelors Candidate, George Mason Univer- 
sity. Internship Programs, coordinate and implement the 
annual Museum Careers Program, May 26, 1992 through 
July 14, 1992. 

Maria Mieri, Masters Candidate. Identify and make available 
academic theses in English, both masters and PhD levels, 
investigate museological issues, June 16, 1992 through 
August 31, 1992. 



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Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service 



Ann Caspari, Masters Candidate, George Washington University. 
Develop educational materials for a workshop accompanying 
the exhibit "Strength and Diversify: Japanese American 
Women", January 13, 1992 through April 23, 1992. 

Carla Padro, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Research low tech interactive hands-on material to be 
applied to the exhibit "Try This On", January 14, 1992 
through May 8, 1992. 

Melissa Stegman, Bachelors Degree. Research and office assis- 
tance, December 1, 1991 through June I, 1992. 



Education and Public Services 

Center for Folklife Programs and 
Cultural Studies 



Tanja Bos, Bachelors Candidate, Corcoran School of Art. 
Design, assist the designer, May 25, 1792 through June 10, 
1992. 

Joseph Covell, Bachelors Candidate, Gallaudet University. Ar- 
chives, assist in photographing the Festival of American 
Folklife and archiving the photographs, June 8, 1992 
through August 7, 1992. 

Liesl Dees, Masters Candidate, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Assist on "Workers at the White House" section for 
the 1992 Festival of American Folklife, through research 
and exhibit preparation, January 21, 1992 through May 8, 
1992. 

Deena Gift, Bachelors Degree. Assist in coordinating the 
Maroon Program for the annual Festival of American 
Folklife, May 19, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Heidi Gjerset, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Maroon Program, assist in preparation for 
fieldwork review and other projects related to the produc- 
tion of the Maroon Program as part of the 1992 Festival of 
American Folklife, January 28, 1992 through May 8, 1992. 

Lisa Glass, Bachelors Candidate, Washington University. Ac- 
cessibility and Maroom Program for the Festival of 
American Folklife, May 26, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Amy Hansen, Bachelors Degree. Apprentice to the graphic 
artist of the Center for International Study and Folklife 
Programs, October u, 1991 through March 30, 1992. 

Sherri Hinson, Bachelors Candidate, Longwood College. 
Design, prepare work for the 1992 Festival of American 
Folklife and research a topic for an Art History Lecture at 
Longwood College in the spring of 1992, December 16, 1991 
through January 10, 1992. 



Gretchen Hunter, Bachelors Candidate, William Smith Col- 
lege. Assist in preparation for the Festival of American 
Folklife, June 10, 1992 through August 25, 1992. 

Russell Jones, Bachelors Candidate, Oberlin College. Assist 
with the children activities center for the Festival of 
American Folklife, May 27, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Gina L'Acqua, Masters Candidate, New Mexico State University, 
supply coordinator and music stage coordinator for the Fes- 
tival of American Folklife, June 1, 1992 through July 6, 1992. 

Sarah Marx, Bachelors Degree. Working on educational kit for 
the festival of American Folklife; Native American Education- 
al Kit, September 2, 1992 through November 15, 1992. 

Jennifer Page, Bachelors Candidate, College of William and 
Mary. Native American educational materials and work on 
cross cultural programs during the Festival of American 
Folklife, May 20, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Susan Paradise, Bachelors Candidate, Skidmore College. 
Project assistant for the New Mexico Program of the Fes- 
tival of American Folklife, May 19, 1992 through August 
28, 1992. 

Mahnaz Patet-Roy, High School Graduate. Accessibility, help 
prepare and monitor services that will make the Festival of 
American Folklife more accessible to people with dis- 
abilities, June 8, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Jane Umlauf, Bachelors Degree. Design, help design signs 
and mount photos, any other task to develop paste-ups for 
the Festival of American Folklife, June 2, 1992 through 
July 9, 1992. 

Rachel Watkins, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Work and research for the Festival of American Folklife on 
the Maroon culture in the Americas, June 10, 1992 through 
August 14, 1992. 



Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education 



Irvin Jefferson, Visiting Professional. Review summer seminar 
programs for teachers and suggest ways the DC Public 
Schools can be more incorporated into the program; locate 
K-12 curriculum from the school district to be stored in 
OESE as a reference source for SI instructors, July 6, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 



Wider Audience Development Program 



Brian Armstrong, Bachelors Degree. Assist with coordination 
of Heritage Month's activities and work on advocacy issues, 
June 23, 1992 through August 20, 1992. 



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External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs 



Bronsoo Griscom, Bachelors Degree, Brown University. Assis- 
tant to Ryan Dwight under Dr. Thomas Love joy; will be 
maintaining Dr. Lovejoy's research files and library, will 
organize information packets for distribution to various 
inquiries and draft letters of reply to inquiries, September 
30, 1992 through December II, 1992. 

Melody Kao, Bachelors Candidate, Wellesley College. Review 
and update the subject file of Assistant Secretary Lovejoy's 
environmental files, categorize his research library and 
enter into a computer, photocopy and file articles, draft 
responses to letters of inquiry and assemble appropriate 
enclosures, June 10, 1992 through August 18, 1992. 



Office of Conference Services 



Amy Lynn Straley, Bachelors Degree, Trinity College. Will be 
exposed to various aspects of international and national 
conference planning and administration, including actual 
meeting planning, site set-ups, registration and account- 
ing, as well as, to federal and Smithsonian procedures re- 
lated to the above. 



Amy Graves, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Provide program assistance for the Bosque Tropicales Ex- 
hibition and research assistance on the Museum Services 
Project, January 4, 1992 through May 10, 1992. 

Carol Gordenstein, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Program development and evaluation; provide 
logistics and program development support for Nuestros 
Bosques Nuestra Herencia tropical rainforest exhibit, May 
11, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Meighan Henderson, Bachelors Candidate, DePauw Univer- 
sity. Man and the Biosphere, work on entering data from 
SI/MAB biodiversity plots into a database system; compile 
spreadsheets and information for SI/MAB User's and Field 
Guides; other duties as needed, June I, 1992 through 
August 15, 1992. 

Lisa Horth, Masters Candidate, University of Maryland. Man 
and the Biosphere, work on data analysis of information 
gathered from the SI/MAB research plot in the Manu Bio- 
sphere Reserve of Peru and to help put together Users and 
Field Guides to the permanent biodiversity plots in Manu, 
Peru, June 1, 1992 through June 30, 1992. 

Kathleen Sams, Bachelors Candidate, Emory University. Man 
and the Biosphete, work on data analysis of information 
gathered from the SI/MAB research plot in the Manu Bio- 
sphere Reserve of Peru and to help put together Users and 
Field Guides to the permanent biodiversity plots in Manu, 
Peru, June 1, 1992 through June 28, 1992. 

Preston Tulay, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. 
Develop documentation for the computer systems, Decem- 
ber 9, 1991 through February 1, 1992. 



Office of International Relations 



Aii Barkan. Organization and maintenance of computer net- 
work, June 15, 1992 through September 24, 1992. 

Lucille Chaveas, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Study project, background paper on Museums 
in Africa, with potential colloquium topics on current is- 
sues confronting museums in Africa, May 4, 1992 through 
June 19, 1992. 

James Comiskey, Bachelors Candidate. Bio Diversity, work on 
data analysis of information gathered form SI/MAB re- 
search plot in the Manu Biosphere Reserve of Peru; help 
put together two user's and four field guides to the 
biodiversity permanent plots in Manu, Peru, January 16, 
1992 through April 17, 1992. 

Felicity Devlin, Bachelors Degree. Man and the Biosphere 
Project, help conduct research on status of biodiversity in 
Latin American forests for presentation at conference in Ber- 
lin, September, 1992, June 1, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 



Smithsonian Institution Press 



Rachel Badger, Bachelors Candidate. University Press/Market- 
ing, issue press releases, compile review lists for recent 
book projects and trade publications; assist in marketing 
with publicity, advertising, seasonal catalogs, sales, and 
other promotions, June 15, 1992 through July 31, 1992. 

Molly Hiro, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Marketing/University Press Division, assisted with all 
phases of publicity for scholarly books, June I, 1992 
through July 24, 1992 

Amanda Lowthian, Bachelors Degree, Wesleyan University. 
University Press/Marketing, issue press releases, compile 
review lists for recent book projects and trade publications; 
assist in marketing with publicity, advertising, season 
catalogs, sales, and other promotions, September 14, 1992 
through December 4, 1992. 

Kate Maloney, Bachelors Candidate, Harvard University. 
Smithsonian Books Division, assist with research for Smith- 
sonian Books including layout, promotion, and marketing, 
June 15, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 



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Anna Vadskjaer, Masters Candidate, University of Aarhus. 
Smithsonian Books, research and experience in text selec- 
tion, lay-out, promotion, and marketing; use her Scan- 
dinavian and French language skills to research objects 
from foreign museums for the book project Ancient Worlds, 
January 14, 1992 through February 29, 1992. 



Smithsonian Resident Associates Program 



Christopher Bennett, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph-Macon 
College. Discovery Theatre, production assistant, January 
6, 1992 through January 31, 1992. 

Gina Canzona, Bachelors Candidate, University of Illinois. 
Public Affairs, help facilitate promotion of RAP events and 
keep track of Smithsonian press through archiving; help of- 
fice in any way necessary, January 27, 1992 through May 8, 
1992. 

Alexandra Casserley, High School Student, Foxcroft School. 
Resident Associate Program, liaison for Smithsonian Kite 
Festival, research information for Summer Camp, liaison 
for science with a scientist, research potential films and 
tours, index associate for instructors according to specific 
disciplines, March 9, 1992 through March 27, 1992. 

Dupre Cecile, Bachelors Candidate, Kalamazoo College. 
Public Affairs, participate in the daily activities of the of- 
fice, June 22, 1992 through September 25, 1992. 

Merritt Colaizzi, Bachelors Degree. Lectures/Seminars/Films, 
all aspects of museum event production, June 29, 1992 
through July 24, 1992. 

Clemence Delannoy, Bachelors Candidate, McGill University. 
Studio Arts, write intern instruction notebook, dbase 
management, office filing and procedures, art supply and 
logistic management. May 29, 1992 through June 26, 1992. 

Anne England, Bachelors Candidate, University of Kentucky. 
Young Associates Program, June 1, 1992 through August 
14, 1992. 

Susan Foreman, Bachelors Candidate, Clark University. Public 
Affairs, assist director of Public Affairs, January 27, 1992 
through May 28, 1992. 

Kristen Frame, Masters Candidate, American University. 
Liaison with office for Family Halloween Party, film pro- 
gram research; other duties as assigned, Septembet 14, 1992 
through December 18, 1992. 

Julie Hart, Bachelors Candidate, Mary Washington College. 
Public Affairs, archiving; preparation of publicity and infor- 
mation for RAP events for the media and the public, 
January 21, 1992 through April 21, 1992. 

Kjrstin Heasley, Bachelors Candidate, College of William & 
Mary. Will be assisting Joanne Gigliorti with scheduling, 
registration, and office duties, and coordinating Brown Bag 
Lunch program for the Office of Museum Programs, Sep- 
tember 14, 1992 through December 24, 1992. 



Maretta Hemsley, Masters Candidate, American University. 
African-American Studio, programs development, June 8, 
1992 through June 8, 1993. 

Vicki Hill-Borer, Masters Degree. Young Associates Program, 
liaison for science and math projects; liaison for Youth 
Teachers Assistants; other duties as assigned, February II, 
1992 thtough June 1, 1992. 

Jennifer Kyuig, Bachelors Candidate, Grinnell College. 
Studio Arts, intern booklet, office management, database 
management, June 1, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Davida Marks, High School Student, Elizabeth Seton High 
School. Young Associates, liaison with summer camp, June 
30, 1992 through August 31, 1992. 

Julie Mueller, Bachelors Candidate, iowa State University. 
Public Affairs, assist the office in dissemination of informa- 
tion to the media, June 8, 1992 through August 28, 1992. 

Lynne Neely, High School Student, Linworth Alternative 
High School. Young Associate Program, will be assisting 
Roslyn Beitler working with continuing education 
programs. April 6, 1992 through May 29, 1992. 

Angela Odom, Bachelors Degree. Discovery Theatre, assist 
the director with educational materials, October 21, 1991 
through February I, 1992. 

Bethany Ragsdale, High School Student, Harpeth Hall. 
Young Associates Program, liaison for the Smithsonian 
Kite Festival, research information for summer camp, index 
associate for instructors according to science or art, research 
potential films and tours, January 6, 1992 through February 
24, 1992. 

TaKeisha Roach, High School Graduate. Discovery Theatre, 
OESE Intern '92: assist the director in preparing for the 92- 
93 season; research, gather, and evaluate performing arts 
education materials, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Paul Roy, Bachelors Candidate, Bates College. Studio Arts, 
discover graphics; video project, July 6, 1992 through 
August 27, 1992. 

Aaron Weintraub, High School Student, Winston Churchill 
High School. Young Associates, liaison with summer 
camp, July 1, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 



Smithsonian National Associates Program 



James Dyson, Jr., Associates Degtee, Northern Virginia Com- 
munity College. Analyzing SNAP department operation, 
September 8, 1992 through September 29, 1992. 

Julie LaBarba, Bachelors Candidate, Vanderbilt University. 
Edit copy for tour brochures, update history books, confirm 
arrangements for domestic tours, and analyze tour statistics 
for future marketing, June 8, 1992 through July 29, 1992. 

Samira Lahman, Associates Candidate, Northern Virginia 
Community College. Assemble briefing notebook for staff 
representatives, updating history books for foriegn and 



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domestic study tours, making phone reservations and con- 
firmations of arrangements for domestic tours, analyzing 
tour statistics for future marketing, April 23, 1992 through 
May 29, 1992. 

Frankie Laino, High School Graduate. Assist in the planning 
of the Domestic Study Tours and Research Expeditions, 
June 29, 1992 through July 29, 1992. 

Amanda Lowthian, Bachelors Degree. Assistant to depart- 
ment of Marketing/Publicity for the SI Press, University 
Press Division, September 14, 1992 through December 4, 
1992. 

Julie Oh, Bachelors Candidate, Duke Univetsity. Young 
Benefactors, public relations support, research projects, as- 
sist with preparations for the Young Benefactots Gala, May 
26, 1992 though August 21, 1992. 

Sarah Schriber, Bachelors Candidate, Smith College. Project 
involves creating a seminar involving capitol area writers 
(fiction, non-fiction, poetry) and their works, Septembet 8, 
1992 through December 8, 1992. 



Institutional Initiatives 



Office of Development 



William Acha-Funge, Masters Candidate, Marymount Univet- 
sity. Kenya Project, fund-raising for the project through 
the conduction of research on Kenyan politics, corporate 
culture, socio-economic base, May 11, 1992 through July 31, 

1993 

Jonathan Alvear, Bachelors Candidate, Pomona College. 
Pacific Rim Program to find prospective donors, May 27, 
1992 through August 26, 1992. 

Sara Beam, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. 
Pacific Rim research, January 31, 1992 through May 31, 
1992. 

Margaret Buraimoh, Bachelors Candidate, Howard Univer- 
sity. Kenya Project, conduct research at area libraries, inter- 
view staff members and develop prospect list for potential 
funders, May 11, 1992 through June 30, 1993. 

Hui-Ching Chang, Masters Candidate, George Washington 
University. Assistant Intern coordinator and arrange semi- 
nars and study tours for the National Associate Program, 
May 18, 1992 through July 30, 1992. 

Christine Dauenhauer, Bachelors Candidate, Syracuse Univer- 
sity. Produce a newsletter for the museums for fundraising 
purposes, June 1, 1992 through September 1, 1992. 

Christina Gajda, Bachelors Candidate, American Univetsity. 
Conduct research on corporations, foundations, and in- 
dividuals in Kenya; making files and organizing materials 
to develop list for potential funders; develop a question- 
naire and interview staff members on their trips to Kenya, 
January 17, 1992 through August 20, 1992. 



Brooke Garrigan, Bachelors Candidate, Wheaton College. 
Assistant Intern Coordinator, September 94992 through 
December 31, 1992. 

Michael Gebremedhin, Bachelors Degree, Ohio University. 
Conduct research for the MP ALA Ranch Project — STRI 
research center, October 22, 1991 through March 31, 1992. 

Michele Giovannini, Masters Candidate, University of 
Maryland. Newsletter, assist with the Development 
Newsletter, January 17, 1992 through July 1, 1992. 

Stephen Griesemer, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. 
Research companies for the corporate team, June 16, 1992 
through August 31, 1992. 

Joni Henderson, Masters Candidate, Drexel University. Ser- 
vices to Nation, January 13, 1992 through May 1, 1992. 

Carolyn Hoecker, Bachelors Candidate, Princeton Univer- 
sity. Work on fundraising for Geology, Gems, & 
Minerals Hall in NMNH, July 8, 1992 through August 
31, 1992. 

Hiromi Isobe, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 
University. Pacific Rim Project, fundraising and research, 
May 18, 1992 through October 1, 1992. 

Yuki Kaneko, Masters Degree, George Washington Univer- 
sity. Pacific Rim Program, May 13, 1992 through January 

3i. 1993- 
Alexander King, Bachelors Candidate, Brown University. 

Individual donors, June 1, 1992 through September 21, 

1992. 
Lesley Kurtz, Bachelors Candidate, George Washington 

University. Golden Threads, conduct tesearch on Circa 1492 

and Saphardic Jewish Expulsion, January 14, 1992 through 

May 31, 1992. 
Karen Lehnert, Bachelors Candidate, University of Maryland, 

Baltimore Campus. Library, assist with the development 

library — computer and public service, January 22, 1992 

through April 30, 1992. 
Stephen Ma, Bachelors Candidate, Georgetown University. In- 
tern database coordinator, May 18, 1992 through October I, 

1992. 
Yoko Matsunaga, Bachelors Degree. Pacific Rim Project, 

August 11, 1992 through September 30, 1992. 
Lovell McClung, Bachelors Candidate, Converse College. 

Constituencies intern, June 1, 1992 through Septembet 1, 

1992. 
Don Perna, Masters Candidate, Dusquesne University. 

Database coordinator, January 1, 1992 through May 30, 

1992. 
Heather Pinckney, High School Student, Eastern High 

School. Filing, xeroxing, answering phones, and help where 

needed, June 30, 1992 through July 30, 1992. 
Julie Rockwell, Bachelors Candidate, Northwestern Univer- 
sity. Research on Corporations and foundations, June 15, 

1992 through August 14, 1992. 
Simone Rollings, Bachelors Candidate, University of Virginia. 

Research on corporations and foundations. May 18, 1992 

through October 1, 1992. 



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Jenae Roscoe, Masters Candidate, Howard University. Kenya 
Project, September 8, 1992 through July 1, 1993. 

Laurel Vogelsang, Masters Degree, University of Maryland. 
Kenya Project, January 2, 1992 through April 30, 1992. 

Angela Wallace, Bachelors Degree. Library Intern, June 8, 
1992 through August 1, 1992. 

Ivan Watson, Bachelors Degree. Corporate Relations, 

European research specialist: corporations and foundations, 
August 17, 1992 through December 31, 1992. 

Ellen Wilson, Masters Degree, University of Cincinnati. 
MP ALA project in OD, working with potential individual 
and corporate dbase, January 6, 1992 through July 30, 1992. 



Finance and Administration 



Mark R. Hardin, PhD Candidate, University of Maryland. To 
develop an Integrated Pest Management Program for the SI 
grounds. This will integrate economically feasible and en- 
vironmentally compatible management techniques to 
reduce pest populations to tolerable levels. April 4, 1992 
through September 30, 1992. 

Max Kronenbitter. Worked on the installation and landscap- 
ing of the Chinese Lantern which was recently moved from 
the front of the Freer Gallery to the east side of the build- 
ing, along the walkway on that side; prepared the planting 
plan for the area, helped select the materials for the project 
and helped install the plants to complete the design, 
August 3, 1992 through September 9, 1992. 

Dara Seybold, High School Graduate. Plant Services, OESE 
Intern '92: maintain turf and flower bed areas; work in the 
greenhouse, July 13, 1992 through August 14. x 99 2 - 



Business Management Office 



Alison Cox, Bachelors Candidate, Howard University. SI 
Museum Shops, assist in the design, fabrication, and instal- 
lation of shop displays, merchandise promotions, and infor- 
mation panels and exhibits in Museum Shops, February 12, 
1992 through April 24, 1992. 



Office of Human Resources 



Monique Hider, High School Student, Eastern High School. 
Benefits, filing, dealing with computers; assist staff with 
confidential work; participate in computer training, June 
29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 



Office of Architectural History and 
Historic Preservation 



Jennifer Frehling, Bachelors Degree. Thomas Ustick Walter's 
Contributions in the Design of the General Post Office 
Building, January 21, 1992 through July 15, 1992. 

Barre Klapper, Masters Candidate, University of Texas at Aus- 
tin. Architectural Changes to the Original Fabric of the 
National Museum of Natural History from its opening in 
1911 to present, July 6, 1992 through August 15, 1992. 

Robert Orr V, Bachelors Candidate, Yale University. The Car- 
michael Years at the Smithsonian Institution: Emergence of 
a Modern Architecture, June 15, 1992 through August 28, 
1992. 



Office of Plant Services 



Erika Buck, Bachelors Candidate, Connecticut College. Green- 
house Nursery Branch, general greenhouse maintenance, 
including assisting with propagation of tropical and other 
plants for museum gardens and special events, June 1, 1992 
through July 31, 1992. 



Office of Printing and 
Photographic Services 



Pamela Adams, Associates Candidate, Randolf Community 
College. To work in the area of Photojournalism and 
documentary photography of the Washington area, to assist 
with studio photography and research archival processing, 
September 16, 1992 through November 20, 1992. 

Martina Aller, Masters Candidate, Corcoran School of Art. 
Assisting photographer on assignments and photographing 
staff, collections, and events, September 14, 1992 through 
December 21, 1992. 

James Coggins, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Community 
College. Photographic Services, custom black & white 
printing; color processing; reproduction of photographs 
form various sources, June 15, 1992 through August 25, 1992. 

Antonino Colomba, High School Graduate. Photographic Ser- 
vices, OESE Intern '92: photograph OESE programs for 
teachers and document other interns at their various sites, 
June 18, 1992 through July 10, 1992. 

Andre Greene, High School Graduate. Duplicating, work 
with on-going photocopy and duplicating in producing 
brochures, reports, and articles for SI; computer work with 
mailings, June 29, 1992 through August 30, 1992. 



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Eric Hood, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Community 
College. Assist with all phases of photographic services, 
October 7, 1991 through November 15, 1991. 

Susan Kontor, Masters Candidate, American University. 
Tamer Collection, catalog, organize George Tames Photo 
Collection, June 2, 1992 through August 28, 1992. 

Kevin Kornemann, High School Graduate. Photographic Ser- 
vices, OESE Intern '92: photography OESE's interns at 
work sites, July 13, 1992 through August 14, 1992. 

Margaret McCulloch, Bachelors Candidate, University of Pen- 
nsylvania. Assist with photography projects, May 26, 1992 
through August 28, 1992. 

William Showalter, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Com- 
munity College. Assist with all phases of photographic ser- 
vices, October 4, 1991 through November 15, 1991. 

David Vickery, Bachelors Candidate, Randolph Community 
College. Photographic Services, custom black & white 
printing; color processing; reproduction of photographs 
form various sources, June 15, 1992 through August 25, 
1992. 



Office of Sponsored Projects 

Roberta Buchanan, Masters Candidate, University of 

Maryland, College Park. Develop a handbook for principle 
investigators; develop a brochure and database, June 3, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 

Augustus Jones, Associate Candidate, Prince Georges Com- 
munity College. Financial Administration, assist financial 
analysts in their Post-Award Administration, June 10, 1992 
through August 14, 1992. 



Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center 

Katherine Porter, High School Graduate. OESE Intern '92: 
Assist in researching and coordinating developmentally ap- 
propriate museum-based activities for children, July 13, 
1992 through August 14, 1992. 



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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 who were Research Associates during the fiscal 
year. 



Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery of Art 

Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzhugh 



Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory 

Dr. Velerta Canouts 
Dr. Rita P. Wright 



National Museum of 
American Art 

Dr. Wanda M. Corn 
Dr. Charles C. Eldredge 



National Museum of 
African Art 

Dr. Labelle Prussin 



National Museum of 
Natural History 

Anthropology 

Dr. William P. Barse 

Dr. David Begun 

Dr. Michael L. Blakey 

Dr. Alison S. Brooks 

Dr. Ernest S. Burch, Jr. 

Dr. Anita G. Cook 

Dr. Jean-Paul Dumont 

Dr. Robert M. Ehrenreich 

Dr. John W Fisher 

Dr. Catherine S. Fowler 

Dr. Don Fowler 

Dr. George C. Frison 

Dr. John M. Fritz 

Dr. Bruno Frohlich 

Dr. James Lowell Gibbs, Jr. 

Dr. James B. Griffin 

Dr. Richard T. Koritzer, D.D.S. 

Dr. Corinne Ann Kracz 

Dr. Betty J. Meggers 

Dr. Christopher Nagle 

Dr. Michael D. Petraglia 

Dr. Stephen R. Potter 

Dr. Bruce D. Ragsdale 

Dr. Mara E. Rosenthal 

Dr. Paul Stoller 

Dr. John W Verano 

Dr. Alan C. Walker 

Mrs. Mildred Mott Wedel 

Dr. John E. Yellen 

Botany 

Dr. Jose Cuatrecasas 

Mr. Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr. 



Dr. Diane S. Littler 
Dr. John J. Pipoly.III 
Dr. Velva E. Rudd 
Dr. William Louis Stern 

Entomology 

Dr. Annette Aiello 

Dr. William E. Bickley 

Dr. Harley P. Brown 

Dr. Margaret S. Collins 

Dr. Eduardo Dominguez 

Dr. Lance Durden 

Dr. Robert L. Edwards 

Dr. Neal L Evenhuis 

Dr. Amnon Freidberg 

Dr. Timothy P. Fried lander 

Dr. Ralph E. Harbach 

Dr. Bruce A. Harrison 

Dr. Yiau-Min Huang 

Dr. Scott E. Miller 

Dr. Paul A. Opler 

Dr. Jacqueline Marie Palmer 

Dr. Philip D. Perkins 

Dr. Dan A. Polhemus 

Dr. John T. Polhemus 

Dr. Patricia Gentili Poole 

Dr. John F. Reinert 

Dr. Silvia Santiago-Fragoso 

Dr. Jay C. Schaffer 

Mr. Theodore J. Spilman 

Prof. Katsuji Tsuneki 

Dr. George B. Vogt 

Dr. David P. Wooldridge 

Dr. Frank N. Young 

Invertebrate Zoology 

Dr. Richard B. Aronson 
Dr. Rudiger Bieler 
Dr. John R. Holsinger 
Dr. Si Ward Kool 
Dr. Richard T. O'Grady 
Mr. Richard E. Petit 
Dr. Donald C. Potts 
Dr. Marjorie L. Reaka 
Dr. Janet W Reid 
Dr. James D. Thomas 
Dr. Michael Vecchione 

Paleobiology 

Dr. Raymond L. Bernor 
Dr. Annalisa Berta 
Dr. Robyn Burnham 



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Dr. Steven J. Culver 
Dr. John D. Damuth 
Dr. Daryl P. Domning 
Mr. J. Thomas Dutro, Jr. 
Dr. Ralph E. Eshelman 
Dr. Jerzy Fedorowski 
Dr. Thomas G. Gibson 
Dr. Robert W. Hook 
Dr. Carl F. Koch 
Dr. Paul L. Koch 
Dr. Sergius Mamay 
Dr. Jerry N. McDonald 
Dr. Robert B. Neuman 
Dr. William A. Oliver, Jr. 
Dr. John Pojeta, Jr. 
Dr. Kenneth D. Rose 
Dr. Bruce Runnegar 
Dr. William J. Sando 
Dr. David E. Schindel 
Dr. Judith Skog 
Dr. Anthony Socci 
Dr. Norman F. Sohl 
Dr. Hans-Dieter Sues 
Dr. Debra Ann Willard 
Dr. Christopher Wnuk 
Dr. Ellis L. Yochelson 

Vertebrate Zoology 



Dr. Aleta Hohn 

Dr. Peter W. Houde 

Mr. Ivan Ineich 

Mr. Morton L. Isler 

Mrs. Phyllis R. Isler 

Ms. Roxie Laybourne 

Dr. Linda E. Resnik Maxson 

Mr. Roy W. McDiarmid 

Dr. D. Bruce Means 

Dr. Naercio Menezes 

Dr. Ronald I. Miller 

Mr. Joseph C. Mitchell 

Dr. Thomas A. Munroe 

Dr. Guy G. Musser 

Dr. Hidetoshi Ota 

Dr. William Perrin 

Mr. Gregory K. Pregill 

Dr. John E. Randall 

The Honorable S. Dillon Ripley, II 

Dr. Sentiel A. Rommel 

Dr. Michael Leonard Smith 

Dr. William F. Smith-Vaniz 

Dr. David L. Stein 

Mr. Ian R. Swingland 

Dr. Merrill Varn 

Mr. Richard J. Wassersug 

Dr. E.O. Wiley 

Dr. Don E. Wilson 



Dr. Brian Miller 
Dr. Dale Miquelle 
Mr. Steven L. Monfort 
Dr. Stephen J. O'Brien 
Dr. William F. Rail 
Dr. Mitchel Schiewe 
Dr. George Schwede 
Dr. Michael Stuwe 
Dr. Melvin E. Sunquist 
Dr. Samuel K. Wasser 



Office Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

Dr. Wilton S. Dillon 



Smithsonian 
Environmental Research 
Center 

Dr. Richard Smucker 



Dr. Ronald AJtig 
Dr. Aaron M. Bauer 
Mr. Bruce M. Beehler 
Dr. Robert L. Brownell 
Dr. John E. Cadle 
Mr. Roger B. Clapp 
Dr. Kenneth Dodd 
Dr. Louise H. Emmons 
Mr. Carl H. Ernst 
Ms. Sara V. Fink 
Dr. William Fink 
Mr. Thomas H. Fritts 
Dr. Alfred L Gardner 
Dr. J. Whitfield Gibbons 
Mrs. Catharine A. Hawks 
Dr. Lawrence R. Heaney 
Dr. Richard Highton 
Dr. Robert S. Hoffmann 



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 



Smithsonian Institution 
Libraries 

Mr. Silvio A. Bedini 
Miss Jean Chandler Smith 



Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute 

Dr. Peter Shaw Ashton 
Dr. Stephen P. Hubbell 



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Appendix 4 

Publications of the Smithsonian 
Institution Press in 
Fiscal Year 1992 



During fiscal year 1992, the Smithsonian Institution 
Press released more than 150 publications, including 
trade books, exhibition catalogs, monographs, museum 
guides, brochures, pamphlets, videos, and sound record- 
ings, the most important of which are listed below. 

University Press 

Arbon, Lee, They Also Flew: The Unlisted Pilot Legacy, 1912- 
1942. March 1992. 

Baron, Robert, and Nicholas R. Spitzer, Public Folklore. 
September 1992. 

Bachmann, Constanze, ed., Conservation Concerns: A Guide for 
Collectors and Curators. Copublished with the Cooper- 
Hewitt National Museum of Design. April 1992. 

Bateson, Mary Catherine, Our Own Metaphor: A Personal 
Account of a Conference on the Effects of Conscious Purpose on 
Human Adaptation. New edition. October 1991. 

Beissinger, Steven R., and Noel F. R. Snyder, New World 
Parrots in Crisis: Solutions from Conservation Biology. 
January 1992. 

Belcher, Michael, Exhibitions in Museums. A copublication 
with Leicester University Press. April 1992. 

Boime, Albert, The Magisterial Gaze: Manifest Destiny and 
American Landscape Painting (ca. 1830-186$). December 
1991. 

Bredhoff, Stacey, DRAW! Political Cartoons from the Left. Dis- 
tributed for the National Archives. December 1991. 

Burger, Barbara Lewis, Guide to the Holdings of the Still Picture 
Branch of the National Archives. Distributed for the National 
Archives. December 1991. 

Brooks, Peter, Zeppelin: Rigid Airships, 1893-1940. Copublished 
with Conway Maritime Press, London. July 1992. 



Butler, Linda, Rural Japan: Radiance of the Ordinary. February 

1992. 
Carlebach, Michael L, The Origins of Photojournalism in 

America. August 1992. 
Chalou, George C, ed., The Secrets War: The Ofice of Strategic 

Services in World War II. Distributed for the National Ar- 
chives. July 1992. 
Cowan, C. Wesley, and Patty Jo Watson, eds., The Origins of 

Agriculture: An International Perspective. August 1992. 
D' Altroy, Terence N., Provincial Power in the Inka Empire. 

August 1992. 
Eisler, Colin, Diirer's Animals. October 1991. 
Ellanna, Linda J., and Andrew Balluta, Nuvendalton Quht'ana: 

The People ofNondalton. Copublished with the National 

Park Service. July 1992. 
Ernst, Carl H., Venomous Reptiles of North America. July 1992. 
Ferguson, Leland, Uncommon Ground: Archaeology and Colonial 

African America. December 1991. 
Fletcher, Valerie, Crosscurrents of Modernism: Four Latin 

American Pioneers. Copublished with the Hirshhorn 

Museum and Sculpture Garden. August 1992. 
Fowles, Jib, Starstruck: Celebrity Performers and the American 

Public. February 1992. 
Fozard, John W, ed., Sydney Camm and the Hurricane: Perspec- 
tives on the Master Fighter Designer and His Finest Achievement. 

Copublished with Airlife Publishing, Shrewsbury, 

England. October 1991. 
Friedlander, Lee, Maria: Photographs by Lee Friedlander. 

September 1992. 
Gorn, Michael H., The Universal Man: Theodore von Kdrmdn's 

Life in Aeronautics. July 1992. 
Griehl, Manfred, Dornier DO 217-317-417. Copublished with 

Airlife Publishing, Shrewsbury, England. September 1992. 
Hagan, John M., Ill, and David W.Johnston, eds., Ecology and 

Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. July 1992. 
Hall, Robert L, Gathered Visions: Selected Works by African 

American Women Artists. Copublished with the Anacostia 

Museum. August 1992. 
Hallion, Richard P., Storm over Iraq: Air Power and the Gulf 

War. September 1992. 
Handley, Charles O., Jr., Don E. Wilson, and Alfred L. 

Gardner, eds. J)emography and Natural History of the Common 

Fruit Bat: Artibeus jamaicensis on Barro Colorado Island, 

Panama. Originally published as Smithsonian Contribu- 
tions to Zoology, Number 511. July 1992. 
Hirano, Kyoko, Mr. Smith Goes to Tokyo: Japanese Cinema under 

the American Occupation. September 1992. 
Holliday, Vance X, Soils in Archaeology: Landscape Evolution and 

Human Occupation. February 1992. 
Howard, A. E. Dick, ed., The United States Constitution: Roots, 

Rights, and Responsibilities. May 1992. 
Jenshel, Len, Travels in the American West: Photographs by Len 

Jenshel. June 1992. 
Johnsgard, Paul A., Crane Music: A Natural History of 

American Cranes. October 1991. 



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Karp, Ivan, Christine Mullen Kreamer, and Steven D. Lavine, 

eds., Museums and Communities: The Politics of Public Culture. 

May 1992. 
Kennedy, Jean, New Currents, Ancient Risers: Contemporary 

African Artists in a Generation of Change. July 1992. 
Kinsey, Joni Louise, Thomas Moran and the Surveying of the 

American West. June 1992. 
Kotler, Neil G., ed., Frontiers of Nutrition and Food Security in 

Asia, Africa, and Latin America. July 1992. 
Leibovira, Annie, Dancers: Photographs by Annie Leibovitz. 

September 1992. 
Lowden, John L., Silent Wings at War: Combat Gliders in World 

War II. March 1992. 
Lubarsky, Jared, Noble Heritage: Five Centuries of Portraits from 

the Hosokawa Family. Copublished with the National 

Portrait Gallery. August 1992. 
McDowell, Nancy, The Mundugumor: From the Field Notes of 

Margaret Mead and Reo Fortune. October 1991. 
McFarland, Stephen L., and Wesley Phillips Newton, To 

Command the Sky: The Battle for Air Superiority over Germany, 

1942-1944. October 1991. 
Melder, Keith, Hail to the Candidate: Presidential Campaigns 

from Banners to Broadcasts. April 1992. 
Meltzer, David J., and Robert C. Dunnell, eds., William Henry 

Holmes and the Origins of American Archaeology. August 1992. 
Merrill, Linda, A Pot of Paint: Aesthetics on Trial in Whistler v. 

Ruskin. February 1992. 
Miller, Jacqueline Y., The Common Names of North American 

Butterflies. March 1992. 
Murray, Colin, Black Mountain: Land, Class, and Power in the 

Eastern Orange Free State, 1880s to 1980s. Copublished with 

Edinburgh University Press. August 1992. 
Oddy, Andrew, ed., The Art of the Conservator. Copublished 

with the British Museum. June 1992. 
Olson, Lester C, Emblems of American Community in the Revolu- 
tionary Era: A Study in Rhetorical Iconology. October 1991. 
Ordway, Frederick L, III, and Randy Lieberman, Blueprint for 

Space: From Science Fiction to Science Fact. January 1992. 
Pearce, Susan M., ed., Museum Studies in Material Culture. 

Copublished with Leicester University Press. January 1992. 
Peden, Margaret Sayers, and Carole Patterson, Out of the 

Volcano: Portraits of Contemporary Mexican Artists. November 

1991. 
Perlman, Barbara H., Allan Houser (Ha-o-zous). New edition. 

Distributed for the Gallery Wall. April 1992. 
Porter, Lewis, ed., A Lester Young Reader. October 1991. 
Porter, Susan L., With an Air Debonair: Musical Theater in 

America, 1785-181$. October 1991. 
Protopappas, John J., and Alvin R. McNeal, Washington on 

Foot: 2} Walking Tours of Washington, D.C., and Old Town 

Alexandria. Fourth edition, revised. February 1992. 
Raymond, Jack, Show Music on Record: The First Hundred Years. 

Revised edition. April 1992. 
Rotenberg, Robert, Time and Order in Metropolitan Vienna: A 

Seizure of Schedules. July 1992. 



Rothenberg, Marc, ed., The Papers of Joseph Henry, Volume 6. 
June 1992. 

Sandler, Stanley, Segregated Skies: All-Black Combat Squadrons of 
World War II. April 1992. 

Schwartz, Dona, Waucoma Twilight: Generations of the Farm. 
September 1992. 

Seitz, William C, edited by Maria Price, Art in the Age of 
Aquarius, ip$$-ipyo. September 1992. 

Shamley, Sarah L., Television Interviews, ipfl-ipsp A Catalog of 
Longines Chronoscope Interviews in the National Archives. Dis- 
tributed for the National Archives. December 1991. 

Smith, Bruce D., Rivers of Change: Essays on Early Agriculture 
in Eastern North America. August 1992. 

Swann, Brian, ed., On the Translation of Native American Litera- 
ture. April 1992. 

Taylor, Christopher C, Milk, Honey, and Money: Changing 
Concepts in Rwandan Healing. June 1992. 

Thompson, Milton O., At the Edge of Space: The X-JJ Flight 
Program. March 1992. 

Vache, Warren W., Sr., Crazy Fingers: Claude Hopkins' Life In 
Jazz. May 1992. 

Walthall, John A., and Thomas E. Emerson, eds., Calumet and 
Fleur-de-Lys: Archaeology of Indian and French Contact in the 
Midcontinent. August 1992. 

Weber, Bruce, Hotel Room with a View: Photographs by Bruce 
Weber. June 1992. 

Wells, Dicky, as told to Stanley Dance, The Night People: The 
Jazz Life of Dicky Wells. Revised edition. October 1991. 

Werbner, Richard, Tears of the Dead The Social Biography of an 
African Family. Copublished with Edinburgh University 
Press. June 1992. 

Wolbarst, Anthony B., Environment in Peril. January 1992. 

Smithsonian Institution Books 

Ethell, Jeffrey L., Frontiers of Flight. September 1992. 
Olmert, Michael, The Smithsonian Book of Books. August 1992. 
Washington, D.C.: A Smithsonian Book of the Nation's Capital. 
August 1992. 

Book Development Division 

Hehner, Barbara Embury, Blue Planet, based on the film of the 
same name. September 1992. 



Smithsonian Recordings 

From This Moment On: The Songs of Cole Porter, centennial 
tribute presenting eighty-four songs; four-compact disc or 
four -cassette boxed set, with sixty-page illustrated biog- 
raphy and annotation by Dwight Bowers; RD 047. April 
1992. 

The Music of Jelly Roll Morton, volume 2: Chicago: The Red Hot 
Peppers, nineteen compositions for New Orleans-style jazz 
band, single compact disc, RD 044. November 1991. 



Ss 



The Music of Jelly Roll Morton, volume y New York, Washington, 
and the Rediscovery, seventeen selections tevealing Morton's 
reaction to changing musical trends in the late 1920s and 
early 1930s, single compact disc, RC 045. November 1991. 

Songbook Series 

A multivolume series of recordings celebrating 
America's favorite songwriters. Each compact disk and 
cassette includes notes on the selections and a biographi- 
cal sketch of the composer. 

Volume 1: Irving Berlin, RD 048-1. January 1992. 
Volume 2: George Gershwin, RD 048-2. February 1992. 
Volume 3: Cole Porter, RD 048-3. April 1992. 
Volume 4: Jerome Kern, RD 048-4. May 1992. 
Volume 5: Harold Arlen, RD 048-5. July 1992. 
Volume 6: Rodgers & Hart, RD 048-6. August 1992. 
Volume 7: Oscar Hammerstein, RD 048-7. September 1992. 

Smithsonian Video Division 

Endgame by Samuel Beckett, Beckett Directs Beckett series 
video. Coproduced with the University of Maryland/Col- 
lege Park Visual Press and the San Quentin Drama 
Workshop. September 1992. 

Inside Hawaiian Volcanoes, coproduced by the National Museum 
of Natural History, the U.S. Geological Survey, and Maurice P. 
Krafft, director of the Center of Volcanology, Vulcain, France. 
Distributed by Smithsonian Video Division. 

Penguin World, coproduced with the Marine Mammal Fund. 
June 1992. 

Federal Series Publications 

Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 

80. "A Taxonomic Revision of the Moss Families Hookeriacea 
and Hypopterygiacea in Malaya," by Haji Mohamed and 
Harold Robinson. 44 pages, 168 figures. (18 Dec 91) 

Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 

69. "New Enaliarctos* (Pinnipedimorpha) from the Oligocene 
and Miocene of Oregon and the Role of 'Enaliarctids' in 
Pinniped Phylogeny," by Annalisa Berta. 33 pages, 22 
figures. (16 Dec 91) 

70. "Morphology, Anatomy, and Systematics of the 
Cinctiporidae, New Family (Bryozoa: Stenolaemata)," by 
Richard S. Boardman, Frank K. McKinney, and Paul D. 
Taylor. 81 pages, 137 figures. (14 Apr 92) 

71. "A New Genus and Species of Boxfish (Tetraodontifotmes: 
Ostraciidae) from the Oligocene of Maravia, the Second Fos- 
sil Representative of the Family," by James C. Tyler and 
Ruzena Gregorova. 20 pages, 8 figures, I table. (16 Dec 91) 



Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 



510. "Monograph of the Genus Cerithium Brugiere in the Indo- 
Pacific (Cerithiidae: Prosobranchia)," by Richard S. 
Houbrick. 211 pages, 145 figures, 45 tables. (29 Sep 92) 

511. "Demography and Natural History of the Common Fruit 
Bat, Artibeus jamaicensis, on Bar to Colorado Island, 
Panama," edited by Charles O. Handley, Jr., Don E. Wil- 
son, and Alfred L. Gardner. 173 pages, 69 figures, 6l tables. 
(27 Dec 91) 

513. "'Larval' and Juvenile Cephalopods: A Manual for Their Iden- 
tification," edited by Michael J. Sweeney, Clyde F.E. Roper, 
Katharina M. Mangold, Malcom R. Clarke, and Sigurd v. 
Boletsky. 282 pages, 277 figures, 6 tables. (10 Feb 92) 

515. "Biosystematic Studies of Ceylonese Wasps, XDC: Natural 
History Notes in Several Families (Hymenoptera: 
Eumenidae, Vespidae, Pompiliae, and Crabronidae)," by 
Karl V. Krombein. 41 pages, 59 figures. (9 Oct 91) 

520. "Studies of Neotropical Caddisflies, XLV: The Taxonomy, 
Phenology, and Faunistics of the Trichoptera of Antioquia, 
Colombia," by Oliver S. Fb'nt, Jr. 113 pages, 412 figures, 1 
map, 6 graphs, 11 tables. (9 Oct 91) 

521. "Stomatopod Crustacea Collected by the Galathea Expedi- 
tion, 1950 — 1952, with a List of Stomatapoda Known from 
Depths below 400 Meters," by Raymond B. Manning. 18 
pages, 12 figures. (17 Oct 91) 

523. "A Review of the Genus Eunice (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) 
Based upon Type Material," by Krisrian Fauchald. 422 
pages, 117 figures, 53 tables, (u Mar 92) 

524. "Biology and Systematics of Greya Busck and Tetragma, 
new genus (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae)," by Donald R. 
Davis, Olle Pellmyr, and John N. Thompson. 88 pages, 375 
figures, 7 maps. (26 Feb 92) 

525. "Catalog of Type Specimens of Recent Fishes in the Na- 
tional Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, 3: Beloniformes (Teleostei)," by Bruce B. COllette, 
N.V Parin, and Martha S. Nizinski. 16 pages. (6 Feb 92) 

526. "Pycnogonida of the Southeast Pacific Biological 
Oceanographic Project (SEPBOP)," by C. Allan Child. 43 
pages, \6 figures. (14 May 92) 

527. "A Review of the Grapsid Crab Genus Sesarma (Crus- 
tacea: Decapoda: Grapsidae) in America, with the Descrip- 
tion of a New Genus," by Lawrence G. Abele. 60 pages, 41 
figures, 1 table. (1 Sep 92) 

528. "The Aquatic Beetle Subfamily Larainae (Coleoptera: El- 
midae) in Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies," 
by Paul J. Spangler and Sylvia Santiago-Fragosa. 74 pages, 
267 figures. (14 Aug 92) 

529. "Systematics of the Neotropical Characiform Genus 
Cyphocharax Fowler (Pisces: Ostariophysi)," by Richard P. 
Vari. 137 pages, 93 figures, 15 tables. (14 Aug 92) 

530. "Ostracoda (Halocypridina, Cladocopina) from 
Anchialine Caves in Jamaica, West Indies," by Louis S. 
Kornicker and Thomas M. Iliffe. 22 pages, 11 figures, 1 
table. (11 Sep 92) 



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532. "Contributions to the Polychaete Family Pholoidae 
Kinberg," by Marian H. Pettibone. 24 pages, 12 figures. 
(23 Sep 92) 

533. "Systematica of the Neotropical Characiform Genus 
Curimatella Eigenmann (Pisces: Ostariophysi), with Sum- 
mary Comments on the Curimatidae," by Richard P. Vari. 
48 pages, 37 figures, 6 tables. (11 Jun 92) 

534. "The Mating Behavior of Iguana iguana," by Gordon H. 
Rodda. 40 pages, 18 figures, 11 tables. (11 Sep 92) 

535. "Catalog of Type Specimens of Recent Fishes in the Na- 
tional Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, 4: Gonorynchiformes, Gymnotiformes, and 
Siluriformes (Teleostei: Ostariophysi)," by Carl J. Ferraris, 
Jr., and Richard P. Vari. (11 Sep 92) 



Publications for Museums, Bureaus, and 
Related Organizations 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, calendar of events, 
published three times a year. 

National Museum of African Art, calendar of events, publish- 
ed four times a year. 

, The Art of the Personal Object, flier. September 

1992. 



, Educational Programs, 1992-1993, brochure. 

August 1992. 
, History, Design, and Craft in West Indian St rip -Woven 



Cloth, book. May 1992. 
, National Museum of African Art Internship Program, 



brochure. December 1991. 
, The Permanent Collection of the National Museum of 



African Art, brochure. March 1992. 
, Purpose and Perfection: Pottery as a Woman's Art in 



, Echoes of the Kalahari: Sculptures by Sokari Douglas 

Camp, booklet. September 1992. 



Central Africa, brochure. September 1992. 

National Museum of Natural History, Atoll Research Bulletin 
^$-564. September 1992. 

, Atoll Research Bulletin 365-578. September 1992. 

Office of Fellowships and Grants, Fellowships in Residence at the 
Smithsonian Institution, poster. September 1992. 

, Smithsonian Opportunities for Research and Study, book- 
let. September 1992. 

Office of the Secretary, Bylaws of the Board of Regents and 
Charter Provisions of the Smithsonian Institution (1992), book- 
let. December 1991. 

Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Year 1991. May 1992. 

, Smithsonian Year ippi Supplement: Chronology and 

Appendixes. May 1992. 

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Guide to the Papers ofS. 
Stillman Berry. September 1992. 

Smithsonian Institution Libraries, SIL User Guide I Information 
for Borrowers, brochure. May 1992. 



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internationally by the New York Times Syndication Sales, 
Inc. Executive Editor: Madeleine Jacobs 



Appendix 5 

Publications of the Staff of the 
Smithsonian Institution and Its 
Subsidiaries in Fiscal Year 1992 



Joseph Henry Papers 



Rothenberg, Marc, Kathleen W. Dorman, John C. Rumm, 
and Paul H. Theerman, editors. The Papers of Joseph Henry. 
Volume 6: 1844- 1846: The Princeton Years. Washington, D.C.. 
Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. 

Rumm, John C. "Scientific Management and Industrial 
Engineering at Du Pont" in A Mental Revolution: Scientific 
Management since Taylor, edited by Daniel Nelson. 
Columbus: Ohio University Press, 1992, pp. 175-204. 



Office of Public Affairs 



American Studies Program 



The Torch. A monthly newspaper for Smithsonian employees, 
featuring profiles, question-and-answer columns about 
interesting jobs, previews of upcoming events, classified 
ads, and more. Circulation is 10,200, which includes staff, 
volunteers, and a list of interested individuals and 
organizations outside the Smithsonian. Editor: David Lewis 

Smithsonian Institution Research Reports. A quarterly 
newsletter that disseminates information on Smithsonian 
research to an audience of about 80,000 readers (10,000 
scientists, libraries, museums, universities, journalists, and 
others and 70,000 Contributing Members of the National 
Associate Program). Editor: Jo Ann Webb 

Smithsonian Runner. A bimonthly newsletter for Native 
Americans, featuring informational updates on the 
National Museum of the American Indian and articles on 
research and other projects, activities, and events at the 
Smithsonian that are of particular interest to Native 
Americans. Circulation is more than 18,000, which includes 
Native American journalists and community leaders, as 
well as members of the National Museum of the American 
Indian. Editor: Dan Agent 

Exploring African American Heritage at the Smithsonian. A 12-page, 
four-color visitor brochure for secondary-school students and 
the general public. Coordinator: Lilas Wiltshire 

African & African American Resources at the Smithsonian. A 
32-page, two-color brochure with detailed information on 
behind-the-scenes research, collections, and employment 
opportunities and specific activities for scholars, journalists, 
students, and others. Coordinator: Kathryn Lindeman 

Smithsonian News Service. A feature-story service that 
provides four articles and appropriate artwork each month 
to more than 1,000 daily and weekly newspapers and other 
media in the United States and abroad. Syndicated 



Washburn, Wilcomb E. "Dozuho to Amerika Indian — 
Indian buzoku-sei no hakai," [The Assault on Indian 
Tribalism: The General Allotment Law of 1877] translated 
by Uzuki Hironari and Nishide Keiichi. Hokkaido to 
Amerika. Indian (Amerika kenkyu sho tokushu]. In 
Sapporo Gakuin Daigaku Jimmon Gakkai Kiyo, Vol. 45 
bessatsu (reprint) (August 1989), pp. 23-91. 

. "Indian-White Relations," The Reader's Companion to 

American History, edited by Eric Foner and John A. Garraty 
(Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1991), pp. 556-559. 

M. "The 'Treason of the Intellectuals,' 1989" 



(Herndon, Virginia: Young America's Foundation, October 
10, 1991), 26 pp. 
. Articles on Exploration and Discovery before 1492, 



Landfall Controversy, and Vinland Map, in The Christopher 
Columbus Encyclopedia, edited by Silvio A. Bedim, 2 vols. 
(New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992), pp. 257-261, 401-408, 
and 690-692. 
. "Marvels, Maps and Monsters: Europe Eyes the 



New World," in Imagining the New World: Columbian 
Iconography. Catalogue edited by Irma B. Jaffe, Gianni 
Eugenio Viola, and Franca Rovigatti (Rome: Istituto 
della Enciclopedia Italiana 1991, pp. I-IJ (Catalogue for 
exhibition at the New-York Historical Society Museum 
on the occasion of the Quincentenary of the European 
Encounter with the Americas, November 13, 
1991-January 26, 1992). 
. Guerres Indiennes du Mayflower a Wounded Knee, 



written with Robert M. Utley; translated by Simone 
Pellerin (Paris: Albin Michel, 1992), 274 pp. 
. "The Chop Revisited," Heterodoxy, vol. 1, no. 1 (April 



1992), p. 16. 



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Sciences 



Conservation Analytical Laboratory 



Alexander, Ingrid C. "Contributions to the Physico-Chemical 
Research on Fifteenth Century Paintings: A Study of 
Italian and Flemish Painting Techniques," Revue des 
Archeologues et Historiens d'Art de Louvain, 1992., 175-178. 

. "Processes and Performance in Renaissance 

Painting," Materials Research Society Bulletin, vol. XVII, 
January, 1992, 28-31. 

Baker, Mary T., and Ed McManus. "History, Care, and 
Handling of America's Spacesuits: Problems in Modern 
Materials, "Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 
vol. 31, 1992, 77-85. 

Ballard, M.W. "Emergency Planning," Conservation Concerns: A 
Guide for Collectors and Curators, edited by Konstanze 
Bachmann, Washington, DC, Smithsonian Institution 
Press, 1992, 11-14. 

and P. Czubay. "Latex Misuse on Historic Carpets and 

Textiles," Polymer Preprints, vol. 33, no. 2, Papers Presented 
at the 204th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, 
August 1992, 664-665. 

Bishop, Ronald L. "Instrumentation and the Future," 
Americanist Archaeology Goals and Practice, edited by L. 
Wandsnider, Carbondale, Center for Archaeological 
Investigations at Southern Illinois University at 
Carbondale, 1992, 160-169. 

. "Comments on Section II: Variation," Chemical 

Characterization of Ceramic Paste, edited by H. Neff, 
Monographs in World Archaeology, no. 7, Madison, 
Prehistory Press, 1992, 167-170. 

. "Comments on Section III: Applications," Chemical 



Characterization of Ceramic Paste, edited by H. Neff, 
Monographs in World Archaeology, no. 7, Madison, 
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or single, daily injections of FSH-P. Theriogenology, 37:293. 

Wasser, S.K., R.I. Thomas, P.P. Nair, S.L. Monfort and D.E. 
Wildt. 1992. Effect of diet on fecal steroid measurements. 
Proceedings: at International Symposium of Faecal Steroid 
Monitoring in Zoo Animals, pp. 10-15. 

Wildt, D.E. 1991. Fertilization in cats. A Comparative Overview 
of Mammalian Fertilization, B.S. Dunbar and M. O'Rand, 
eds.. Plenum, New York, pp. 299-328. 

. 1992. Genetic resource banking for conserving 

wildlife species: Justification, examples and becoming 
organized on a global basis. Journal of Animal Reproduction 
Society, 28:247-257. 

, A.M. Donoghue, LA. Johnston, P.M. Schmidt and 



J.G. Howard. 1992. Species and genetic effects on the 
utility of biotechnology for conservation. Symposium of the 
Zoological Society of London. 6445-61. 
, S.L. Monfort, A.M. Donoghue, L.A.Johnston and 



J.G. Howard. 1992. Embryogenesis in conservation 
biology — or how to make an endangered species embryo. 
Theriogenology, 37:161-184. 



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Derrickson, S.R., and N.F.R. Snyder. 1992. Potentials and 
limits of captive breeding in parrot conservation. New 
World Parrots in Crisis: Solutions from Conservation Biology. S. 
R. Beissinger and N. F. R. Snyder, eds., 133-163. 
Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution Press. 

Dinerstein, E. 1992. Effects of Rhinoceros unicornis on riverine 
forest structure in lowland Nepal. Ecology, 73 (2): 701-704. 

Hol2enbein, S., and R.L Marchinton. 1992. Spatial 

integration of maturing male white-tailed deer into the 
adult population. Journal of Mammalogy, 73 (2):326-334- 

McShea, W.J., and A.B. Gilles. 1992. A comparison of traps 
and fluorescent powder to describe foraging for mast by 
Peromyscus leucopus. Journal of Mammalogy, 73 (l):2l8-222. 

and D.M. Madison. 1992. Appendix 2. Alternative 

approaches to the study of small mammal dispersal: 
insights from radiotelemetry. Animal Dispersal: Small 
Mammals as a Model. J.N.C. Stenseth and W.Z. Lidicker, 
317-332. Chapman & Hall, New York. 

Montali, R.J., D.K. Nichols, M. Bush, S.R. Derrickson, and 
C. Pickett. 1992. Control of avian tuberculosis in zoological 
parks: a perspective. Verhardlungsbericht des Internationalen 
Symposiums liber die Erkrankungen der Zoo und Wildtiere , 
34:71-76. 

StOwe, M., K.T. Scribner, and P.U. Alkon. 1992. A comparison 
of genetic diversity in Nubian ibex (Copra ibex nuhiana) and 
Alpine ibex (Capra i. ibex). Zeitscbrift flier Saugetierkunde, 
57:120-123. 

Swanson, D.A., and J.H. Rappole. 1992. Status of the white- 
winged dove in southern Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist, 
37 (0:93-97- 



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Bernard J.B., O.T. Oftedal, PS. Barboza, C.E. Mathias, M.E. 
Allen, S.B. Citino, D.E. Ullrey, and R.J. Montali. 1991. The 
response of Vitamin D-deficient green Iguanas (Iguana 
iguana) to artificial ultraviolet light. Proceedings of the 
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, pp. 147-150. 

Brown, J.L, D.E. WildtJ.R. Raath, V. de Vos, J.G. Howard, 
D.L. Janssen, S.B. Citino, and M. Bush. 1991. Impact of 
season on seminal characteristics and endocrine status of 
adult free-ranging African buffalo (Synctrus coffer). Journal of 
Reproduction and Fertility, 92(l):47-57. 

, D.E. Wildt.J.R. Raath, V. de Vos, D.L. Janssen, S.B. 

Citino, J.G. Howard, and M. Bush. 1991. Seasonal variation 
in pituitary-gonadal function in free-ranging impala 
(Aepyceros melampus), Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 
93497-505. 

, S.B. Citino, M. Bush, A.K. Bunbak, and LG. 



Brunnert, S.R., G.T. Hensley, S.B. Citino, A.J. Herron, and 
N.H. Airman. 1991. Salivary gland oncocytes in African 
hedgehogs (Atelerix albiventris) mimicking cytomegalic 
inclusion disease. Journal oj r Veterinary Pathology ; 105:83-90. 

Citino S.B. 1992. Water Quality and Marine Aquarium, 
Current Veterinary Therapy XI : Small Animal Practice, pp. 
1199-1201. Kirk, WK. and J.D. Bonagua, eds. WB. Sanders 
Co., Philadelphia. 

and A. de Lahunta. 1991. Clinical Challenge: 

Intracerebral hemorrhage._/<j«rn<*/ of Zoo and Wildlife 
Medicine, 22(3), 373-375- 

Bonagura, J.D., H. Lambert, S.B. Citino, I. Collaza, and R.S. 
Jeyendran. 1991. Penetration of zona-free hamster oocytes 
by ejaculated cryopreserved gorilla spermatozoa. Fertility 
and Sterility, 56(6), 1201-1203. 

Montali, R.J. and S.B. Citino. 1991. Pathological Findings in 
Captive Rhinoceroses, Proceedings of the International Rhino 
Conference, San Diego, California, May. 

Papas, A.M., R.C. Cambre, S.B. Cirino, and R.J. Sokol. 1991. 
Efficacy of Absorption of various vitamin E forms by 
captive elephants and black rhinoceroses._/o«rwd/ of Zoo and 
Wildlife Medicine, 22(3), 309-317. 

Schiewe, M.C., M. Bush, L.G. Phillips, S.B. Citino, and D.E. 
Wildt. 1991. Comparative aspects of estrous 
synchronization, ovulation induction, and embryo 
cryopreservation in the scimitar-horned oryx, bongo, eland, 
and greater kudu. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 258 : 75-88. 

Tell, L.A. and S.B. Citino. 1992. Hematologic and serum 
chemistry reference intervals for Cuban Amazon parrots 
(Amazona leucocephala leucocephala). Journal of Zoo and 
Wildlife Medicine, 23(1), 62-64. 

Shulman, F.Y., R.J. Montali, and S.B. Citino. 1991. 

Proventricular nematodiasis: A potentially lethal infection 
in zoo birds. Proceedings of the American Association of Zoo 
Veterinarians, pp. 252-254. 



Department of Pathology 

Montali, R.J. 1991. Selected Viral Diseases of Non-domestic 
Carnivores. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Veterinary Medical 
Forum, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 
pp. 231-233. 

, D. Nichols, and J. Price. 1991. Methods for Detection 

and Diagnosis of Avian Tuberculosis: Some Considerations 
for the Future. American Association of Zoological Parks and 
Aquariums Annual Conference Proceedings ippi, San Diego, 
Cal. Sept. 15-19, pp. 485-491. 

, D.K. Nichols, M. Bush, S.R. Derrickson, and C. 



Phillips. 1991. Cyclic patterns of luteinizing hormone, 
follicle-stimulating hormone, inhibin, estradiol, and 
progesterone secretion in the Asian elephant (Elephus 
maximus). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 22(1)49-57. 



Pickett. 1992. Control of avian tuberculosis in zoological 
parks: a perspective. 34 Symposium on the Diseases of Zoo and 
Wild Animals, pp. 71-76. Santander, Spain. 
Munson, L and R.J. Monrali. 1991. High Prevalence of 

Ovarian Tumors in Maned Wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus) at 
the National Zoological Park. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife 
Medicine, 22(1):I25-I29. 



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Muchmore, E., Compans, R.W., Arms, E.D., Buchmeier, 
M.J. and Lanford, R.E. 1991. Isolation of an Arenavirus 
from a marmoset with Callitrichicd Hepatitis and its 
serologic association with Disease. Journal of Virology, 65(8), 
pp. 3995-4000. 



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Gradwohl, J. 1991. National Forum on Ocean Conservation 

Summary. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 124 

pages. 
Gradwohl, J. and R. Greenberg. 1991. Small forest reserves: 

Making the best of a bad situation. Climatic Change 19:153-256. 
Sullivan, T. and J. Gradwohl. 1990. Environmental Activities 

at the Smithsonian Institution. Smithsonian Institution, 

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Choi, Joong Ki, D. Wayne Coats, David C. Brownlee, and 
Eugene B. Small. Morphology and Infraciliature of Three 
Species of Eutintinnus (Ciliophora; Tintinnina) with 
Guidelines for Interpreting Protargol-Stained Tintinnine 
Ciliates. Journal of Protozoology 39(1992): 80-92. 

Coats, D. Wayne. Collection and Cultivation of Histophagous 
Ciliates, in Protocols in Protozoology, edited by, J. E. Lee and 
A. T. Soldo. Lawrence: Allen Press, 1992, A53.1-A53.2. 

Correll, David L. "Human Impact on the Functioning of 
Landscape Boundaries" in Ecotones — The Role of Landscape 
Boundaries in the Management and Restoration of Changing 
Environments, edited by M. M. Holland, P. G. Risser, and R. 
J. Naiman. New York, Chapman and Hall, 1991. 

Correll, David L, Cirl O. Clark, Bernard Goldberg, Vernon R. 
Goodrich, Douglass R. Hayes. Jr., William H. Klein, and 
William D. Schecher. Spectral Ultraviolet-B Radiation Fluxes 
at the Earth's Surface: Long-Term Variations at 39°N,77°W 
Journal of Geophysical Research 97(1992): 7579-7591. 

Dolan, John R. and Charles L. Gallegos. Trophic Coupling of 
Rotifers, Microflagellates, and Bacteria During Fall Months 
in the Rhode River Estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 
77(1991): 147-156. 

Drake, Bert G. The Impact of Rising C0 2 on Ecosystem 
Productions. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 64(1992): 25-44. 

Drake, Bert G. and Paul W Leadley. Canopy Photosynthesis 
of Crops and Native Plant Communities Exposed to 
Long-Term Elevated CO!. Plant, Cell and Environment 
14(1991): 853-860. 



Gallegos, Charles L. Phytoplankton Photosynthesis, 
Productivity, and Species Composition in a Eutrophic 
Estuary: Comparison of Bloom and Non-Bloom 
Assemblages. Marine Ecology Progress Series 81(1992): 257-267. 

Gallegos, Charles L., Thomas E. Jordan, and David L Correll. 
Event-Scale Response of Phytoplankton to Watershed 
Inputs in a Subestuary: Timing, Magnitude and Location of 
Blooms. Limnology and Oceanography 37(1992): 813-828. 

Jordan, Thomas E., David L. Correll, Joseph Miklas, and 
Donald E. Weller. Long-Term Trends in Estuarine 
Nutrients and Chlorophyll, and Short-Term Effects of 
Variation in Watershed Discharge. Marine Ecology Progress 
Series 75(1991): 121-132. 

Long, Stephen P. and Bert G. Drake. Photosynthetic CO* 
Assimilation and Rising Atmospheric CO r Concentrations, 
in Topics in Photosynthesis, Volume II, edited by N. R. Baker 
and H. Thomas. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, 
1992, 69-103. 

Posey, Martin H. and Anson H. Hines. Complex 

Predator-Prey Interactions within an Estuarine Benthic 
Community. Ecology 72(1991): 2155-2169 

Ruiz, Gregory M. Consequences of Parasitism to Marine 
Invertebrates: Host Evolution? American Zoology 31(1991): 
831-839. 

Smith, L David. The Impact of Limb Autotomy on Mate 
Competition in Blue Crabs Callinectes sapidus Rathbun. 
Oecologia 89(1992): 494-501. 

Smucker, Richard A. and Chi K. Kim. Chitanase Activity in 
Estuarine Waters, in Microbial Enzymes in Aquatic 
Environments, edited by Ryszard J. Chrost. New York: 
Springer- Verlag, 1991, 249-269. 

Smucker, Richard A. Chitin Primary Production. Biochemical 
Systematics and Ecology 19(1991): 357-369. 

Snow, Allison A. and Timothy P. Spira. Pollen Vigour and the 
Potential for Sexual Selection in Plants. Nature 352(1991): 
796-797. 

Vaithiyanathan, Panchabi and David L. Correll. The Rhode 
River Watershed: Phosphorus Distribution and Export in 
Forest and Agricultural Soils. Journal of Environmental 
Quality 21(1992): 280-288. 

Whigham, Dennis F. and John O'Neill. The Dynamics of 
Howering and Fruit Production in Two Eastern North 
American Terrestrial Orchids, Tipularia disco/or and Liparis 
I Hi folia, in Population Ecology of Terrestrial Orchids, edited by 
T C. E. Wells and J. H. Willems. The Hague, The 
Netherlands: SPB Academic Publishing, 1991, 89-101. 

Whigham, Dennis F. and Robert L. Simpson. Annual 

Variation in Biomass and Production of a Tidal Freshwater 
Wetland and Comparison with Other Wetland Systems. 
Virginia Journal of Science 43(1992): 5-14. 

Whigham, Dennis E, Ingrid Olmsted, Edgar Cabrera Cano 
and Mark E. Harmon. The Impact of Hurricane Gilbert on 
Trees, Litterfall, and Woody Debris in a Dry Tropical 
Forest in the Northeastern Yucatan Peninsula. Biotropka 
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Bain, Alan L. t editor. "Museum Archives Information Survey, 
1991: Official Records, Personal Papers, and Special 
Collections." July, 1991. 

. "The Muses' Memory." Museum News 70 

(November/December 1^91)^6-^9. 

, et al. Recommended Practice for the Requirements and 



. Review. Finding Balance: Fitness and Training for a 

Lifetime in Dance by Gigi Berardi in Library Journal 116 
(15)76 (September 15, 1991) 

. Review. Hearts of Glass by Nicole Jeffords in Library 



Characteristics of Documents Intended for Optical Scanning, 
ANSI/AIIM MS52-1991 (Silver Spring, Maryland: 
Association for Information and Image Management), 
December 17, 1991. 

Henson, Pamela M. and Marc E. Epstein. "Digging for Dyar: 
The Man Behind the Myth." American Entomologist 38 (Fall 
I992):i4i-i63. 

, and Terri A. Schorzman. "Videohistory: Focusing on 

the American Past." Oral History Association Newsletter 25 
(Winter i992):3-5 and 26 (Spring I992):8. 

Vogt-O'Connor, Diane L. "Conservation and Archival 
Description: The Smithsonian Institution Archives and 
Photographic Survey Project." The Proceedings of the Imperfect 
Image, Photographs, Their Past, Present, and Future. London: 
The Centre for Photographic Conservation, 1992. 

. "Ethics and Archivists: Special Report on the Results 

of a Questionnaire Surveying the Profession's Opinion on 
Decertification." Smithsonian Institution Archives for the 
Society of American Archivists Ethics Committee, 1992. 



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Susan Gurney and Marca Woodhams, "Historical research at 
the Smithsonian's Horticulture Services Division," The 
Public Garden VII (No. 2, Apr. l992):22-23- 

Nancy E. Gwinn, "The Fragility of Paper: Can our Historical 
Record Be Saved?", The Public Historian, XIII (no. 3):33-53- 

Kay A. Kenyon, Recommended List of Books and Other Information 
Resources for Zoo and Aquarium Libraries 2nd ed. (Washington, 
D. C: Smithsonian Institution Libraries, 1991). 

Charles S. Martin, "Preparing a 3-Dimensional Skeletal 
Reconstruction of a Specimen of the Triassic Theropod 
Coelophysis Bauri", Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, No. II (3) 
Sept. 1991. Abstracts, 45A. 

Nancy L. Matthews. Review. Law and Government under the 
Tudors. Essays Presented to Sir Geoffrey Elton, Regius Professor of 
Modern History in the University of Cambridge on the Occasion of 
his Retirement by C. Cross, D. Loades, and J.J. Scarisbrick, 
eds, in American Journal of Legal History XXXVI 
(l992):2IO-2I2. 

Sheila M. Riley. Review. And the Desert Shall Blossom by 
Phyllis Barber in Library Journal 116 (l6):l39 (October 1, 
1991). 



Journal 117 (8):ll6 (May 1, 1992). 
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Theory and Training ip2<f-ippi by Marian Horosko in Library 
Journal 116 (2i):i48 (December 1991). 
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Library Journal 116 (i8):i33 (November 1, 1991). 

Ruth Schailert. Review. An Oak Spring Sylva, A Selection of Rare 
Books on Trees in the Oak Spring Garden by S. Raphael in 
Archives of Natural History XVIII (Part 3, I99l):409-4I0. 

Smithsonian Institution Libraries, The Books of the Fairs. 
Materials about World's Fairs, i8}4~ioi6, in the Smithsonian 
Institution Libraries, with an introductory essay by Robert 
W. Rydell. Compiled by SIL staff. Chicago: American 
Library Association, 1992. 

[Smithsonian Institution Libraries], Catalog of the Library of the 
National Museum of African Art Branch of the Smithsonian 
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[Smithsonian Institution Libraries], Smithsonian on Disc. 
Catalog of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries on CD-ROM, 
Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1992. CD-ROM. 

Smithsonian Institution Libraries, "World's Fairs". Exhibition 
brochure, 1992. 

Stephen H. Van Dyk. Review. Decorative Arts and Household 
Furnishing in America l6$o-ip20. An Annotated Bibliography 
by K. L. Ames and G. W. R. Ward, eds, in Newsletter of the 
Decoratoive Arts Society, Inc. I (no. 2, l992):7-8. 

Ellen B. Wells and Renata Rutledge with John Hyltoft, Book 
Collecting and the Care of Books, rev. ed., Washington, D. C: 
Smithsonian Institution Libraries, rev. edn. 1992. 

. "Classics of Equine Veterinary Medicine", National 

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Adams, Eldridge S. "Nest-Mate Recognition Based on 
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Adler, Gregory and Seamon, Joshua. "Distribution and 

Abundance of a Tropical Rodent, the Spiny Rat, on Islands 
in Panama." Journal of Tropical Ecology 7: 349-360 (1991). 

Ahumada, Jorge A. "Grooming Behavior of Spider Monkeys 
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Aide, T. Mitchell. "Synchronous Leaf Production and Herbivory 

in Juveniles oCGustavia superba." Oecologia 88(4): 511-514 (1991). 
Aiello, Annette. "Adelpha ixia leucas: immature stages and 

position within Adelpha (Nymphalidae)." Journal of the 

Lepidopterists' Society 45(3): 181-187 (1991). 
. "Bug Busters: Poison-Free Pest Controls for Your House 

and Garden, by Bernice Lifton." (Book review). Library 

Journal 116(1): UO (1991). 
. "Bugs, Slugs and Other Thugs: Controlling Garden Pest 



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Library Journal 116(12): 127-128 (1991). 
. "Common Sense Pest Control, by William Olkowski 



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Allen M. Young." (Book review). Library Journal 116(110): 
186 (1991). 
. "Saving Seeds: The Gardener's Guide to Growing and 



Storing Vegetable and Flower Seeds, by Marc Rogers" (Book 

Review). Library Journal 116(1): 132 (1991). 
Allen, Gerald R. and Robertson, D. Ross. "Quatre especes 

nouvelles d'Opisthognathidae (Jawfishes) du Pacifique 

oriental tropical." Revue Francais Aquariologie 18: 47-52 

(I99I). 
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Species of Triplefins (Pisces: Tripterygiidae) from the 

Tropical Eastern Pacific." Revue Francais Aquariologie 18(3): 

79-82 (1991). 
Anderson, Alun. "The Smithsonian's Tropical Niche." Nature 

349(6311): 647-648 (1991). 
Andrews, Robin M. "Population Stability of a Tropical 

Lizard." Ecology 72(4): 1204-1217 (1991). 
Arosemena, Fernando A. and Ibanez D., Roberto. 

"Geographic distribution: Hyla angustilineata." SSAR Herp. 

Review 22(4): 133 (1991). 
Arosemena, Fernando A., Ibanez D., Roberto and Sousa, 

Francisca de. "Una Especie Nueva de Anolis (Squamata: 

Iguanidae) del Grupo latifrons de Fortuna, Panama." Revista 

de Biologia Tropical 39(2): 255-262 (1991). 
Augspurger, Carol K. "Spatial Patterns of Damping -Off 

Disease During Seedling Recruitment in Tropical Forests." 

In: Pests, Pathogens and Plant Communities: 131-144, edited by 

J.J. Burdon and S.R. Leather. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific 

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Purification and Characterization of Phosphoenolpyruvate 

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Plant Physiology Suppl. 99: 880. (1992). 



Bermingham, Eldridge. "Mitochondrial and the Analysis of 
Fish Population Structure." In: Eletrophoretic and Isoelectric 
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by D. Whitmore. Boca Raton: CRC Press (1990). 

Bermingham, Eldridge, Forbes, S.H., Friedland, K. and Pla, 
C. "Discrimination Between Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) 
of North American and European Origin Using Restriction 
Analyses of Mitochondrial DNA." Canadian Journal of 
Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48(5): 884-893 (1991). 

Bowell, Thelma E. and Mitchell, Betsy J. "Comparison of 
Seed Dispersal by Guenons in Kenya and Capuchins in 
Panama. "Journal of Tropical Ecology 7(2): 269-274 (1991). 

Brawn, Jeffrey D. "Environmental Effects on Variation and 
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Oecologia 96: 193-201 (1991). 

Brindle, Alan and Quintero Arias, Diomedes. "Earwigs of 
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Bush, Mark B. and Whittaker, R.J. "A Revision of Estimates 
of Bird Colonization on Krakatau."_/o«nj<// of Biogeography 
18(5): 585 (1991). 

Camargo, Joao and Roubik, David. "Systematics and 

bionomics of the apoid obligate necrophages: the Trigona 
hypogea group (Hymenoptera: Apidae; Meliponinae)." 
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 44: 13-39 (l99i)- 

Cambra T, Roberto and Quintero Arias, Diomedes. "Velvet Ants 
of Panama: Distribution and Systematics (Hymenoptera: 
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Studies: 459-478, edited by D. Quintero and Annette Aiello. 
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Carlson, D.A., Roubik, David W. and Milstrey, K. 

"Distinctive Hydrocarbons Among Giant Honey Bees, the 
Apis dorsata group (Hymenoptera: Apidae)." Apidologie 22: 
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Castro, Gonzalo, Myers, J. P. and Ricklefs, R.E. "Ecology and 
Energetics of Sanderlings Migrating to Four Latitudes." 
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Chen, Cheng-Ping, Lee Jr., Richard E. and Denlinger, David L 
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Choe, Jae C. "Zoraptera of Panama with a Review of the 
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Choe, Jae C. and Kim, Ke Chung. "Microhabitat Selection 
and Adaptation of feather Mites (Acari: Analgoidea) on 
Murres and Kittiwakes." Canadian Journal of Zoology 69(3): 
817-821 (1991). 

Christy, John H. and Salmon, Michael. "Comparative Studies 
of Reproductive Behavior in Mantis Shrimps and Fiddler 
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Coates, Anthony G., Jackson, Jeremy B.C., Collins, Laurel S., 
et al. "Closure of the Isthmus of Panama: The Near -Shore 
Marine Record of Costa Rica and Western Panama." 
Geological Society of America Bulletin 104: 814-828. (1992). 

Coffroth, Mary A. "Cyclical Mucous Sheet Formation on 
Poritid Corals in the San Bias Islands, Panama." Marine 
Biology 109(1): 35-40 (1991). 

Coley, Phyllis D. and Aide, T. Mitchell. "Comparison of 
Herbivory and Plant Defenses in Temperate and Tropical 
Broad-Leaved Forests." In: Plant-Animal Interactions: 
Evolutionary Ecology in Tropical and Temperate Regions: 25-49, 
edited by P. W. Price, T.M. Lewinsohn, G. W. Fernandes and 
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Colinvaux Paul A. "A Model for The Selective Advantage of 
Intelligence to Breeding Females." Evolutionary Theory 10: 
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. "The World's Genetic Libraries." Nature 356: 

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Collins, Laurel S. "Regional versus Physiographic Effects on 
Morphologic variability within Bulimina aculeata and B. 
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. "The Correspondence Between Water Temperature 

and Coiling Direction in Bulimina." Paleoceanography 5(3): 
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Condit, Richard and Hubbell, Stephen P. "Abundance and 
DNA Sequence of Two-Base Repeat Regions in Tropical 
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Condit, Richard, Hubbell, Stephen P. and Foster, Robin B. 
"Dynamics and Equilibrium Status of a Neotropical Forest 
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Cooke, Richard. "El Periodo Precolombino." In: Vision de la 
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Journal of World Prehistory 6(1): 1-49. (1992). 

Cooke, Richard C. and Ranere, Anthony. "The Origin of 
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Selected Studies: tfj-yp., edited by D. Quintero and Annette 
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Monge Najera, Julian and Hernandez, F. "A Morphological 
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Morrison, Douglas W. and Handley, Jr., Charles O. "Roosting 
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Fruit Bat, Artibeus jamaicensis, on Barro Colorado Island, 
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Motta, Jorge. "Centro de Investigaciones y Conferencias Earl 
Silas Tupper." Revista Medica de Panama 17(2): 150-151. 

Moynihan, Martin H. "Structures in Animal 

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Mulkey, Stephen S., Smith, Alan P. and Wright, S. Joseph. 
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Mulkey, Stephen S., Wright, S.Joseph and Smith, Alan P. 
"Drought Acclimation of an Understory Shrub 
(Psycholria limonensis; Rubiaceae) in a Seasonality Dry 
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Murawski, Darlene A. and Hamrick, James L. "The Effect of 
the Density of Flowering Individuals on the Mating 
Systems of Nine Tropical Tree Species." Heredity 67(2): 
167-174 (1991). 

Myers, Charles W. and Donnelly, Maureen A. "The Lizard 
Genus Sphenomorphus (Scincidae) in Panama, with 
Descriptions of a New Species." American Museum Novitates 
3027: 1-12 (1991). 

Nelson, C.R., Jorgensen, CD., Black, H.L. and Whiting, J. 
"Maintenance of Foraging Trails by the Giant Tropical and 
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Petersen, Christopher W. "Sex Allocation in Hermaphroditic 
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Piperno, Dolores. "The Status of Phytolith Analysis in the 

American Tropics." Journal of Wold Prehistory 5(2): 155-191 (1991). 

Piperno, Dolores R., Bush, Mark B. and Colinvaux, Paul A. 
"Paleoecological Perspectives on Human Adaptation in 
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201-226 (1991). 

. "Paleoecological Perspectives on Human Adaptation 

in Central Panama. II The Holocene." Geoarcbaeology 1991 6: 
227-250 (1991). 

Poinar, Jr., George O. and Herre, Edward A. "Speciation and 
Adaptive Radiation in the Fig Wasp Nematode, 
Parasitodiplogaster (Diplogasteridae: Rhabditida) in 
Panama." Reive Nematologie 14(3): 361-374 (1991). 

Quintero Diomedes and Aiello, Annette (Editors). Insects of 
Panama and Mesoamerica: Selected Studies. Oxford: Oxford 
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Ranere, Anthony J. and Cooke, Richard G. "Paleoindian 
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Rider, D.A. "Rhysscephala, New Genus, with the Description 
of three New Species (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)."Jo«r7ra/ 
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Robbins, Robert K. "Cost and Evolution of a Facultative 
Mutualism Between Ants and Lycaenid Larvae 
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Robertson, Alistar I. and Duke, Norman C. "Recruitment, 
Growth and Residence Time of Fishes in a Tropical 
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Robertson, D. Ross. "Increases in Surgeonfish Populations 
after Mass Mortality of the Sea Urchin Diadema antillarum 
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437-444 (1991). 

. "The Role of Adult Biology in the Timing of 

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Robinson, Michael H. "A Mecca for Tropical Biologists." The 
World and I: March 1991: 299-307 (1991). 



Rodaniche, Arcadio F. "Notes on the Behavior of the Larger 
Pacific Striped Octopus, An Undescribed Species of the 
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Rostal, David C, Williams, Jo Anne and Weldon, Paul J. 
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Roubik, David W "Aspects of Africanized Honey Bee 

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. "Loose Niches in Tropical Communities: Why Are 

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. "Stingless Bees: A Guide to Panamanian and 



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Roubik, David W. and Moreno P., Jorge Enrique. Pollen and 
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Roubik, David, Villanueva, Rogel, Cabrera, Edgar Francisco 
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Rowell, Thelma E. and Mitchel, Betsy J. "Comparison of seed 
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Ryan, Michael J. "Sexual selection and communication in 
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. "Sexual Selection, Sensory Systems and Sensory 

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Salazar Allen, Noris, Arrocha, Clotilde and Chung, 

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. "A Preliminary Treatment of the Central American 

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. "A Revision of the Neotropical Species of 



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Sanjur Fonseca, Oris Imperio. Estudio del Cariotipo de Cuatro 
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Sarmiento Echeverria, Ludmila Enit and Rodriguez, Gonzalo 
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Saw, L.G., LaFrankie, James V., Kochummen, K.M. and Yap, 
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Schultz, William G. "Cientfficos Estudian el Ecosistema de los 
Bosques Nebulosos." La Prensa, I de julio de 1991: 14b (1991). 

. "Una mariposa contra el SIDA." Conozca Mas 2(8): 

38-39 (1991). 

Schupp, Eugene W. and Feener, Jr., D.H. "Phylogeny, 

lifeform, and habitat dependence of ant-defended plants in 
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Schwartz, Joshua J. "Why Stop Galling? A Study of Unison 
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Schwartz, Joshua J. and Rand, A. Stanley. "The Consequences 
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Ethology 89: 73-83 (1991). 

Siddiqui, F.A., McLaughlin, P.A. and Crain, J.A. "Larval 
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Smith, Neal G. "Arctic gulls 32 years later: a reply to Snell." 
Colonial Waterbirds 14(2): 190-195 (1991). 

. "Reproductive Behaviour and Ecology of Urania 

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Smith, Neal G. and Fleischer, R. "Giant Cowbird Eggs in the 
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Smythe, Nicholas. "Steps Toward Domesticating the Paca 
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John G. Robinson and Kent H. Redford. Chicago: The 
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Sob's, F.A., Ibanez D., Roberto and Tejera, Victor H. "Geographic 
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Soong, Keryea. "Sexual Reproductive Patterns of 

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Science 49(3): 832-846 (1991). 



Sporle, Jorg, Becker, Hans, Salazar Allen, Noris and Gupta, 
Mahabir P. "Lipophilic Constituents from the Panamanian 
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Hattori Botanical Laboratories 70: 151-155 (1991). 

. "Spiroterpenoids from Plagiochila moritziana." 

Phytochemistry 30(9): 3043-3047 (1991). 

. "Occurrence of (— )-Geosmin and Other Terpenoids in 



an Axenic Culture of the Liverwort Symphyogyna 
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. "Spiroterpenoids from Plagiochila moritziana." 



Phytochemistry 30(9): 3043-3047 (1991). 

Stern, David. "Male Territoriality and Alternative Male 
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Society 64(4): 421-437 (1992). 

Stern, D.L. and Dudley, Robert. "Wing Buzzing by Male 
Orchid Bees, Eulaema meriana (Hymenoptera: Apidae). 
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 64: 88-94 (1991). 

Stewart, Margaret M. and Rand, A. Stanley. "Vocalizations 
and the Defense of Retreat Sites by Male and Female Frogs, 
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Studier, Eugene H. and Wilson, Don E. "Physiology." In: 
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No. 511 (1991). 

Taft, Lucinda Keast and Handley Jr., Charles O. 

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Natural History of the Common Fruit Bat, Artibeus 
jamaicensis, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama: 19-41, edited 
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Terborgh, J., Foster, Robin B. and Robinson, S.K. "Recovery 
of Biodiversity After Natural Disturbance in a Peruvian 
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Association for Tropical Biology held at the A IBS Annual 
Meeting of Scientific Societies; San Antonio, Texas. USA, August 
4-8. No pagination (1991). 

Thompson, F. Christian. "The Flower Fly Genus Ornidia 
(Diptera: Syrphidae)." Proceedings of the Entomological Society 
of Washington 93(2): 248-261 (1991). 

Thompson, James D., Herre, E. A., Hamrick, J.L. and Stone, 
J.L. "Genetic Mosaics in Strangle: Fig Trees: Implications 
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(199')- 
Tracy, CR. and George, T.L. "On the Determinants of 

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Tyree, Melvin T, Snyderman, Wilmot, Timothy R. and 

Machado, Jose' Luis. "Water Relations and Hydraulic 

Architecture of a Tropical Tree (Schefflera morototoni)." Plant 

Physiology 96: 1105-1113 (1991). 
Ventocilla, Jorge. Anmar Napguana Mimmigana (Nosotros, Los 

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(I99I). 



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Ventocilla, Jorge. Caceria y Subsistencia en Cangandi, una 
Comunjdad de los Indigenas Kunas. Tesis, Universidad 
Nacional de Costa Rica (1991). 

Ventocilla, Jorge. Tor Que' son los Machos los que Cortejan a 
las Hembras?" Tabla de Manas ippc 44-46 (1991). 

Villalobos, Ethel Maria. Reproductive Strategies in Solitary 
Hymenoptera: Plasticity in Mating and Nesting 
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Angeles (1990). 

Vogt, George B. "Leaf-Rolling Weevils (Coleoptera: 

Attelabidae), their Host Plants, and Associated Rhynchitid 
Weevils in North America (Canada through the Republic 
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Insects of Panama and Mesoamerica: Selected Studies: 392-420, 
edited by D. Quintero and Annette Aiello. Oxford: Oxford 
University Press (1992). 

Wcislo, William T. "Parasitic and Courtship of 

Phalacrotopbora halictorum (Diptera: Phoridae) at a Nesting 
Site of Lasioglossum figueresi (Hymenoptera: Halictidae)." 
Revista de Biologia Tropical 38UA) 205-209 (1990). 

. "Sapling Survival, Growth, and Recruitment: 

Relationship to Canopy Height in a Neotropical Forest." 
Ecology 72(1): 35-50 (1991). 

Weldon, Paul J., Sampson, H. Wayne, Wong, Luis and Lloyd, 
Helen A. "Histology and Biochemistry of the Scent Glands 
of the Yellow-bellied Sea Snake (Pelamis platurus: 
Hydrophiidae) (1991). 

Werner, Dagmar I. "The Rational Use of Green Iguanas." In: 
Neotropical Wildlife Use and Conservation: 181-201, edited by 
John G. Robinson and Kent H. Redford. Chicago: The 
University of Chicago Press (1991). 

West Eberhard, Mary Jane. "Behavior and Evolution." In: 
Molds Molecules, and Metazoa: Growing Points in Evolutionary 
Biology: 57-75, edited by P.R. Grand and H.S. Horn. 
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. "Genetics, Epigenetics, and Flexibility: a Reply to 

Crozier." American Naturalist 139: 224-226 (1992). 

. "Introduction." In: The Social Biology of Wasps: 1-4, 



edited by Kenneth G. Ross and Robert W Matthews. 
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. "Sexual Selection and Social Behavior." In: Man and 



Beast Revisited: 159-172, edited by M.H. Robinson and L. Tiger. 
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Wiley Jr., John P. "Phenomena, Comment and Notes." 
Smithsonian 22(3): 29-32 (1991). 

Wilson, Don E., Handley Jr., Charles O. and Gardner, Alfred 
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Artibeus jamaicensis, on Barro Colorado Island, Panama: 
43-52, edited by CO. Handley Jr., D.E. Wilson and A.L. 
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Windsor, Donald M., Riley, Edward G. and Stockwell, Henry 
P. "An Introduction to the Biology and Systematics of 
Panamanian Tortoise Beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: 



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Winter, Klaus, and Gademann, R. "Daily Changes in C0 2 
and Water Vapor Exchange, Chlorophyll Fluorescence, and 
Leaf Water Relations in the Halophyte Mesemhryanthemum 
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Winter, Klaus and Kdniger, Martina. "Dry Matter Production 
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Conditions of Slightly Suboptimum Leaf Temperatures and 
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Wolda, Henk. "The Czechoslovak -Vietnamese Expedition to 
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. "The Usefulness of the Equilibrium Concept in 

Population Dynamics. A Reply to Berryman." Oecologia 86: 
144-145 (1991). 

. "Trends in Abundance of Tropical Forest Insects." 



Oecologia 89(1): 47-52 (1992). 

Wolda, Henk and Ramos J. A. "Cicadas in Panama: Their 
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Wright, S. Joseph. "Seasonal Drought and the Phenology of 
Understory Shrubs in a Tropical Moist Forest." Ecology 72: 
1643-1657 (1991). 

Wulff, Janie L. "Asexual Fragmentation, Genotype Success, 
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Journal of Marine Biology and Ecology 149: 227-247 (1991). 

. "Patterns and Processes of Size Change in Caribbean 

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Yoder, J.A., Denlinger, David L. and Wolda, Henk. 
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rotundus." Entomol. Exp. Appl. 63: 203-205 (1992). 

Yoder, Jay A. and Denlinger, David L. "A Comparison of the 
Water Balance Characteristics of Temperate and Tropical 
Fly Pupae." Physiological Entomology 16: 375-380 (1991). 

Young, Truman P. and Augspurger, Carol K. "Ecology and 
Evolution of Long-Lived Semelparous Plants." Tree 6(9): 
285-289 (1991). 

Young, Truman P. and Hubbell, Stephen P. "Crown 
Asymmetry, Treefalls, and Repeat Disturbance of 
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Zeh, David and Jeanne Zeh. "Dispersal-generated Sexual 
Selection in a Beetle-riding Pseudoscorpion." Behavioral 
Ecology and Sociobiology 30: 135-142 (1992). 



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. "Failed Predation Of Transportation? Causes and 

Consequences of Phoretic Behavior in the Pseudoscorpion 
Dinocheirus arizonensis (Pseudoscorpionida: Chernetidae)." 
Journal of Insect Behavior 5(1): 37-49 (1992). 

. "Novel Use of Silk by the Harlequin Beetle-Riding 



Pseudoscorpion, Cordylochernes scorpioides (Pseudoscorpionida, 
Chernetidae)." The Journal of Aracnology 19: 153-154 (1991). 
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86-94 099*)- 
Zelick, R., Rose, G. and Rand, A. Stanley. "Differential 

Response to Frequency Modulation Rate and Direction by 

the Neotropical Frog, Physalaemus pustulosus." Animal 

Behaviour 42: 413-421 (1991). 
Zimmerman, Jess K. "Ecological Correlates of Labile Sex 

Espression in the Orchid Calasetum viridiflavum." Ecology 

72(2): 597-608 (1991). 
Ziska, L.H., Hogan, Kevin P., Smith, Alan P. and Drake, B.G. 

"Growth and Photosynthetic Response of Nine Tropical 

Species with Long-Term Exposure to Elevated Carbon 

Dioxide." Oecologia 86: 383-389 (1991). 



New York Regional Center 

Polcari, Stephen. Curated — "From Omaha to Abstract 

Expressionism: American Artist's Responses to World War 
II," SUNYat Potsdam. March/April 1992. 



Freer Gallery of Art/ Arthur M. 
Sackler Gallery 

Office of the Director 

Beach, Milo C. "Jabangit'sjahangirnama," in The Powers of 
Art — Patronage in Indian Culture. Delhi: Oxford University 
Press, 1992. 

. Mughal and Rajput Painting, Cambridge University 

Press, 1992. 

. Art of the Persian Courts, with Aboulala Soudavar, 



1992. 



Arts and Humanities 

Archives of American Art 



New England Regional Center 

Brown, Robert F. Introduction to Kindred Spirits, catalogue of 
the E. Maurice Bloch Collection of manuscripts, letters, and 
sketchbooks of American artists. Ars Libri, Ltd., Boston, 
Massachusetts. 2 vols. March, 1992. 



West Coast Regional Center 

Karlstrom, Paul J. David Jones, exhibition catalogue, 
Bruanstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco. 



Southeast Regional Collector 

Kirwin, Elizabeth. Reviews of: John Michael Vlach, Plain 
Painters: Making Sense of American Folk Art; and Henry 
Glassie, The spirit of Folk Art: The Girard Collection at the 
Museum of International Folk Art. Archives of American Art 
Journal 31 (October 1991): 31-34 

. The Papers of African American Artists. Revised and 

enlarged, September 1992. 



Curatorial Department 

Atil, Esin. "Revival and Reuse of Traditional Designs," 

Proceedings of the Symposium on Islamic Arts and Crafts, Rabat, 
Morocco, 1992. 

Bolon, Carol. "Bastar Brasses," Asian Art, June 1992. 

. Forms of the Goddess Lajja Gauri in Indian Art. 

College Art Association monograph, Penn State Press, 1992. 

Cort, Louise. Review of Guangdong Ceramics from Butuan and 
Other Philippine Sites, edited by Roxanna M. Brown, The 
Journal of Asian Studies (February 1992). 

. Seto and Mino Ceramics, University of Hawaii Press, 

1992. 

. "Whose Sleeves...? Gender, Class, and Meaning in 

Japanese Dress of the Seventeenth Century," in Dress and 
Gender: Making and Meaning, edited by Ruth Barnes and 
Joanne B. Eicher. New York and Oxford: Berg, 1992. 

Shen Fu. "A Study of Chang Dai-chien's Forgery of Li 

Gonglin's Painting, 'The Three Worthies of Wu,'" Hsiung 
Shih Art Monthly, Taipei, no. 254 (April 1992) 41-49. 

. Challenging the Past: The Paintings of Chang Dai-chien 

(ifyp-ipSj). Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1991. 

. "Chang Dai-chien and Sui Dynasty Paintings at 



Dunhuang," Chung-yangjih-pao, Taipei, April 16, 1992, 5. 
. "Chang Dai-chien, Challenging the Past: 



Introduction to a Sixty-year Retrospective of Chang 
Dai-chien's Paintings," Hsiung Shih Art Monthly, Taipei, no. 
250 (December 1991) 133-172. 
. "Chang Dai-chien's Forgeries of Buddhist Paintings 



from the Sui Dynasty," Chung-yangjih-pao, Taipei, February 

199L 5- 
. "Huang Ting-chien's Cursive Script and Its 



Influence," Words and Images: Chinese Poetry, Calligraphy and 



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Painting. Princeton: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and 
Princeton University Press, 1991, 107-122. 
. "Tung Ch'i-ch'ang and Ming Dynasty Calligraphy," 



Proceedings of the Tung Cb'i-cb'ang International Symposium, 

April 16-19, I992.- Kansas City: The Nelson-Atkins 

Museum of Art, 1991, 20/1-17. 
Gunter, Ann. "At the Museums: Treasures from 

Mesopotamia." Archaeology 45 (May-June 1992): 48-51. 
. Review of S. Downey, Mesopotamian Religious 

Architecture: Alexander through the Partbians (Princeton 1 988). 

Journal of Near Eastern Studies 51 (1992) 227-28. 
Lawton, Thomas. "A Chinese Art Collection Divided and 

Joined," Shanghai Museum Fortieth-Anniversary Volume. 
. "Jin Futing, a Nineteenth-Century Chinese 

Collector-Connoisseur," Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic 

Society. 
Merrill, Linda. A Pot of Paint: Aesthetics on Trial in Whistler v. 

Ruskin, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. 
Stuart, Jan. Challenging the Past: The Paintings of Chang 

Dai-chien (1800-108}). Seattle: University of Washington 

Press, 1991. 
. "Challenging the Past: The Paintings of Chang 

Dai-chien," Museum Brochure, 1991. 
. "Collaborative Endeavors in Chinese Art," Knowledge, 



Vol. 13, No. 2, December 1991. 
. "From the Collection: A Ming Lacquer," Arthur M. 



Sackler Gallery Calendar, January/February 1992. 
Yonemura, Ann. Gallery guide for "Ancient Japan" 
exhibition, 1992. 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

Administration/ Assistant Director for 
Programs 

Pekarik, Andrew. The Thirty-Six Immortal Women Poets. New 

York: Geo. Biaziller, 1991. 
. Sculpture: Behind the Scenes. New York: Hyperion 

Books for Children, 1992. 
. Painting: Behind the Scenes. New York: Hyperion 



Books for Children, 1992. 



Contemporary Design Department 

Lupton, Ellen, and J. Abbott Miller. The Bathroom, the Kitchen, 
and the Aesthetics of Waste: A Process of Elimination. 
Cambridge: MIT List Visual Arts Center, 1992. 



Drawings and Prints Department 

Bachmann, Konstanze, ed. Conservation Concerns: A Guide for 
Collectors and Curators. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 
Institution Press, 1992. 

Symmes, Marilyn, "...other languages, other signs... " The Books of 
Antonio Frasconi. Exhibition catalogue. New York: 
Neuberger Museum of Art, State University of New York 
at Purchase, 1992. 



Education Department 

Yelavich, Susan. "On the Edge." Design <>ij. (January 1992): 
20-21. 



Hirsbborn Museum and Sculpture Garden 



Office of the Director 

Weil, Stephen E. "Collecting a Private Art Collector: In 
Search of the Ideal." Asian Art 4 (Fall 1991): 2-7. 

. "A Brief Meditation on Museums and the Metaphor 

of Institutional Growth." Courier 12 (May /June 1992): 11-12. 



Office of Public Affairs 

Lawrence, Sidney. "Sculpting the Land at Oliver Ranch." 
Garden Design 11 (December 1991): 14-17. 

. "Boyd Webb." In Boyd Webb: Photographs 1988-89. 

Overland Park, Kansas: Johnson County Community 
College, College of Art, 1992 [exhibition brochure]. 



Department of Education 

Gordon, Barbara. Directions — Francesc Torres. Washington, 
D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 
Smithsonian Institution, 1992 [exhibition brochure]. 



Department of Painting and Sculpture 

Benezra, Neal. Martin Puryear. Chicago: Art Institute of 

Chicago; New York and London: Thames and Hudson, 1991 

[exhibition catalog]. 
Fletcher, Valerie. Crosscurrents of Modernism: Four Latin 

American Pioneers. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum 

and Sculpture Garden/Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992 

[bilingual exhibition catalog]. 
Gettings, Frank. 20 Artists: Paintings and Works on Paper. Santa 

Fe, New Mexico: Western States Art Federation, 1992 

[exhibition catalog]. 
Rosenzweig, Phyllis. Directions — Thomas Struth: Museum 

Photographs. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and 



107 



Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 1992 
[exhibition brochure]. 
.Joseph Kosuth WORKS— "A Play: The Herald Tribune, 



Kafka and a Quote." Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 
1992 [exhibition brochure]. 
Zilczer, Judith. "Collaboration in Exhibitions." Knowledge: 
Creation, Diffusion, Utilization 12 (December 1991): 195-201. 



Institutional Studies Office 

Bickford, Adam, Doering, Zahava D. and Smith, Steven J. 

Spiders are Coming! An Exhibition Background Study for the 

National Museum of Natural History. Washington, D.C.: 

Institutional Studies Office, Smithsonian Institution, 1992 

[Report 92-4]. 
Doering, Zahava D. The Cultural Diversity of Smithsonian Staff, 

Exhibitions, Public Programs, and Outreach Activities. 

Washington, D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, 

Smithsonian Institution, 1991 [Report 91-11]. 
"Using Audience Research in Exhibition 

Development," in The Audience in Exhibition Development. 

Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums, 

1992. 
Across the River: A Study of Visitors to the Anacostia 



Museum. Washington, D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, 
Smithsonian Institution, 1992. [Report 92-5.] 
"Environmental Impact" in Museum News, 



March/April 1992 
el al. , Smithsonian Educational Activities: A Discussion 



Based on the Iff I Education Program Inventory. Washington, 
D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, Smithsonian Institution, 
1992 [Report 92-3]. 
with Bickford, Adam. Ritual and Celebration: a Study 



of a iff 1 Lecture and Concert Series at the Cooper-Hewitt 
Museum. Washington, D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, 
Smithsonian Institution, 1992 [Report 92-7]. 

Manning, Robert D. Cultural Diversity or Diverse Cultures: An 
Inquiry into the Discourse of "Multiculturalism." Washington, 
D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, Smithsonian Institution, 
1992 [Report 92-6]. 

Ziebarth, Elizabeth K., Doering, Zahava D. and Bickford, 
Adam. Appreciating Art: A Study of Comparisons - An Exercise 
in Looking at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. 
Washington, D.C.: Institutional Studies Office, 
Smithsonian Institution, 1992 [Report 92-2]. 



National Air and Space Museum 



Department of Aeronautics 

Crouch, Tom D. "Otto Lilienthal und die Amerikaner." In Die 
Schule Lilienthals: Der Einfluss Otto Lilienthals aur die 
Entwickerlung der F tugtechnik in der Welt. Berlin: Museum 
fur Verkher und Technik, 1992. 

. '"Hey Marge, Are We Still in Air and Space?': Some 

Thoughts on a New Exhibition at the National Air and 
Space Museum." Over the Front (Summer/Fall, 1992). 

. "American Aviation." In The Encyclopedia of American 



History, edited by John Garraty and Eric Foner. New York: 
Random House, 1992. 
. "The Wright Brothers." In The Encyclopedia of 



American History, edited by John Garraty and Eric Foner. 
New York: Random House, 1992. 
. "Clarence M. Young." In The Encyclopedia of American 



Business History and Biography: The Airline Industry, edited 
by W. Leary. New York: Facts on File, 1992. 

Davies, R.E.G. "Aeroflot Revisited." Air World, vol. 43 No. 3, 
1991. 

Hardesty, Von. "The Soviet Air Force: Doctrine, Organization 
and Technology." In The Conduct of the Air War in the Second 
World War, An International Comparison, edited by Horst 
Boog, pp. 207-227. New York and Oxford: Berg (St. 
Martin's Press), 1992. 

Jakab, Peter L "Ecker Flying Boat." In Aircraft of the National 
Air and Space Museum, fourth edition, edited by Claudia M. 
Oakes, Kathleen Brooks-Pazmany, and F. Robert van der 
Linden. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 
1991. 

Neufeld, Michael J. Book review: Robert W. Smith, The Space 
Telescope: A Study in NASA, Science, Technology and Politics for 
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 22 (Winter 1992): 551-553. 

Pisano, Dominick. Book review: Stephen Craford, Technical 
Workers in an Advanced Society: The Work, Careers and Politics 
of French Engineers (Cambridge/New York/Melbourne: 
Cambridge University Press; Paris: Editions de la Maison 
des Sciences de l'Homme, 1989) for Isis: Journal of the 
History of Science Society, (September 1991): 598. 

. Book reviews: Barbara Garson, The Electronic 

Sweatshop: How Computers Are Transforming the Office of the 
Future into the Factory of the Past, reprint edition, edited by 
Steven L. Goldman. New York: Penguin Books, 1989; 
Science, Technology and Social Progress, Research in 
Technology Studies, 2, edited by David C. Mowery and 
Nathan Rosenberg. Bethlehem: Lehigh University Press; 
London/Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1989; 
Technology and the Pursuit of Economic Growth. 
Cambridge/New York/Melbourne: Cambridge University 
Press, 1989; for Isis: Journal of the History of Science Society 
(March 1992): 168-170. 

. Encyclopedia articles on: Federal Express, Edgar S. 



Gorrell, Frederick W. Smith, and Eugene L. Vidal for The 



108 



Encyclopedia of American Business History and Biography: The 
Airline Industry, edited by William M. Leary. New York: 
Facts on File, 1992. 
. "The Crash that Killed Knute Rockne." Air & Space, 



December 1991/January 1992, pp 88-93. 
. "SPAD XIII Smith IV" in Aircraft of the National Air 



and Space Museum, edited by F. Robert van der Linden. 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. 
Schneide, Karl. "PFALZD-XIII" in Aircraft of the National Air 

and Space Museum, edited by F. Robert van der Linden. 

Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. 
van der Linden, Robert F. The Boeing 247: The First Modern 

Airliner. Seattle: The University of Washington Press, 1991. 
. [Editor] Aircraft of the National Air and Space 

Museum, fourth edition. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian 

Institution Press, 1992. 
. "United Air Lines." In Encyclopedia of American 



Business History and Biography: The Airline Industry, edited 
by William M. Leary. New York: Facts on File, 1992. 
. "William A. Patterson." In Encyclopedia of American 



Business History and Biography: The Airline Industry, edited 
by William M. Leary. New York: Facts of File, 1992. 
. "Eddie Hubbard." In Encyclopedia of American Business 



History and Biography: The Airline Industry, edited by 
William M. Leary. New York: Facts on File, 1992. 



Department of Space History 

Ceru22i, Paul E. "Die fruhen Arbeiten von Konrad Zuse im 
Context der Erfindung des digitalen Computers, 1935-1950" 
(The Early Work of Konrad Zuse in the Context of the 
Invention of the Digital Computer, 1935-1950). In 
Wissenschaftlisches Jahrbuch, 1991. Munich: Deutsches 
Museum, Sept. 1992. 

. "Digital Computers: History." In Encyclopedia of 

Computer Science and Engineering, third edition, edited by 
Anthony Ralston and Edwin Reilly. New York: Van 
Nostrand Reinhold, 1992. 

. "Zuse Computers." In Encyclopedia of Computer Science 



and Engineering, third edition, edited by Anthony Ralston 

and Edwin Reilly. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 

1992. 
. "Bell Laboratories Relay Computers." In Encyclopedia 

of Computer Science and Engineering, third edition, edited by 

Anthony Ralston and Edwin Reilly. New York: Van 

Nostrand Reinhold, 1992. 
DeVorkin, David. Book review: Owen Gingerich, "The Great 

Copernicus Chase." Sky & Telescope 84 #3 (Sept 1992): 

284-287. 
Herken, Gregg. Cardinal Choices. Presidential Science Advising 

from the Atomic Bomb to SDL New York: Oxford University 

Press, 1992. 
Needell, Allan A. "From Military Research to Big Science: 

Lloyd Berkner and Science Statemanship in the Postwar 

Era." In Big Science: The Growth of Large Scale Research, 



edited by P. Galison and B. Hevly, pp. 290-311. Stanford, 

CA: Stanford Univetsity Press, 1992. 
Smith, Robert W. "The Biggest Kind of Big Science" in Big 

Science, edited by Peter Galison and Bruce Hevly, eds, pp. 

184-211. Stanford CA: Stanford University Press, 1992. 
. "Astronomy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth 

Centuries." In Storia Delle Scienze Fische E Astonomiche, 

edited by William R. Shea, pp. 542-593. Electra Press, 1992. 



Center for Earth and Planetary Studies 

Craddock, R.A. "The Initial Exploration of Mars: Rationale 
for a Return Mission to Chryse Planitia and the Viking I 
Lander." In Engineering, Construction, and Operations in Space 
III, Proceedings of Third International Conference, pp. 
1488-1499. Denver: 1992. 

Craddock, R. A. and T.A. Maxwell. "Nature of Early Fluvial 
Processes on Mars." Geological Society of America Abstracts 
with Programs 23 (l99l):A402. [Abstract] 

and T.A. Maxwell. "Morphologic Variations of 

Degraded Impact Craters in the Martian Highlands." Lunar 
and Planetary Science XXIII, pp. 255-256. Houston: Lunar 
and Planetary Institute, 1992. [Abstract] 

and T.A. Maxwell. "Fluvial Resurfacing of Early Mars 



and Relation to Degassing of the Primordial Atmosphere." 
Transactions of American Geophysical Union 73(i4Xi992):l84. 
[Abstract] 
and T.A. Maxwell. "Nature and Evolution of the Early 



Martian Atmosphere: Evidence from Highland Crater 
Populations." In Workshop on Evolution of the Martian 
Atmosphere, p. 728. Kona: 1992. [Abstract] 

Dollfus, A. and J.R. Zimbeleman. "Martian Surface Texture 
and Wind Effect Implications." Lunar and Planetary Science 
XXIII, pp. 313-314. Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 
1992. [Abstract] 

Frey, H. and J.R. Zimbelman. "Mars Resurfacing Through 
Time: Processes, Problems, and Prospects for the Future." 
Transactions of American Geophysical Union 73(l4Xl992):l83. 
[Abstract] 

Maxwell, T.A. and R.A. Craddock. "Geologic Effects of 
Atmosphere Loss on Mars: Evidence From Highland 
Erosion." Lunar and Planetary Science XXIII, pp. 863-864. 
Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1992. [Abstract] 

Robinson, M.S. and J.R. Zimbelman. "Viking IRTM Analysis 
of Apollinaris Patera, Mars." Lunar and Planetary Science 
XXIII, pp. 1165-1166. Houston: Lunar and Planetary 
Institute, 1992. [Abstract] 

Robinson, M.S., J.R. Zimbelman, S.S. Wu, K.K. Ablin, and 
A.E. Howington-Kraus. "Apollinaris Patera, Mars: 
Complex Volcanic Evolution Through Time" in 
Transactions of American Geophysical Union 73(l4Xl992):l84. 
[Abstract] 

Strain, P.L. and F. Engle. Looking at Earth. Atlanta: Turner 
Publishing, 1992. 



109 



1992- 



-. "Looking at Earth." Air & Space, August/September, 



Squyres. S.W., S.M. Clifford., R.O. Kuzmin, J.R. Zimbelman, 
and F. Costard. "Ice in the Martian Megaregolith." Mars, 
edited by H. Kieffer et aJ. Tempe, AZ: University of 
Arizona Press, 1992. 

Tchakerian, V.P., J.R. Zimbelman, and S.H. Williams. "The 
Transport of Aeolian Sediments Across Basins, Mojave 
Desert, California and Arizona." American Association 
Geograpb. 88th Annual Meeting Abstracts, p. 235. San Diego: 
1992. [Abstract] 

, J.R. Zimbelman, and S.H. Williams. "The Nature 

and Frequency of Interbasin Eolian Transport and 
Deposition, Southern Mojave Desert, California and 
Arizona." Geological Society of America Abstracts With 
Programs 24(1992). [Abstract] 

Watters, T.R. "Origin of Periodically Spaced Wrinkle Ridges 
on the Tharsis Plateau of Mars." Journal of Geophysical 
Research 96(ElXl99l):i5, 599-15, 616. 

. "System of Tectonic Features Common to Earth, 

Mars, and Venus." Geology 20(i992):6o9-6i2. 

. "A Globally Distributed Compressional Ridge System 



on Mars?" Lunar and Planetary Science XXIII, pp. 1501-1502. 

Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 1992. [Abstract] 
Zimbelman, J.R. , S.H. Williams, and V.P. Tchakerian. 

"Evidence of Eolian Sand Transport Across the Colorado 

River." Transactions of American Geophysical Union 

72(44Xi99»):2i4. [Abstract] 
Zimbelman, J.R. "Late-stage Effusion and Mass-wasting on 

the Western Hank of Ascraeus Mons Volcano, Mars." 

Transactions of American Geophysical Union 72(44X1990:279. 

[Abstract] 
. "Late-stage Effusion and Mass-wasting on Acraeus 

Mons Volcano, Mars." Lunar and Planetary Science XXIII, 

pp. 1579-1580. Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 

1992. [Abstract] 
. "Endogenic Modification of the Western Flanks of 



the Tharsis Montes Volcanoes, Mars." Transactions American 
Geophysical Union 73(i4Xi992):i84. [Abstract] 
. "Meteoritics." Geotimes 37<2Xi992):29-30. 



Zimbelman, J.R. and K.S. Edgett, K.S. "Volcanic and 

Modified Landforms on the Tharsis Montes, Mars." Lunar 
and Planetary Science XXIII, pp. 1581-1582. Houston: Lunar 
and Planetary Institute, 1992. [Abstract] 

. "The Tharsis Montes, Mars: Comparison of Volcanic 

and Modified Landforms." Proceedings Lunar and Planetary 
Science Conference XXUI, pp. 31-44. Lunar and Planetary 
Institute: Houston, 1992. 



Collections Management 

Bell, Dana. USAF Colors and Markings in the iooas London: 

Greenhill Books, 1992. 
Hagedorn, Dan. Republic P-47 Thunderbolt: The Final Chapter. 

St. Paul, MN: Phalanx Publishing Co., Ltd., 1991. 



McManus, Ed and Mary T Baker. "History, Care, and 
Handling of America's Spacesuits: Problems in Modern 
Materials," Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 
31 (Spring 1992): 77-85. 

McManus, Ed, E.B. Lange, and Mary T Baker. "Implications 
of Cold Storage on the Nation's Collection of Spacesuits," 
Proceedings, 204th National Meeting of the American Chemical 
Society. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society, 1992. 

Laboratory for Astrophysics 

Beck S., J. Fischer, and H. Smith. "IR Recombination Lines of 

Hydrogen from Young Objects in the Southern Galactic 

Plane." Astrophys. J., }8}, 336, 1991. 
Goldstein, Jeffrey. "Scientific Exploration: A Journey of 

Discovery." Science Books and Films 28, March 1992. 

American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Goldstein, Jeffrey, M.J. Mumma, T Kostiuk, D. Deming, F. 

Espenak, and D. Zipoy, "Absolute Wind Velocities in the 

Lower Thermosphere of Venus Using Infrared Heterodyne 

Spectroscopy," Icarus 94, 45. 
Greenhouse M.A., Woodward, C.E., Thronson, H.A., and 

Rudy, R.J. "Near-Infrared [Fe II] Emission of M82 

Supernova: Implications for Tracing The Supernovae 

Content of Galaxies," Astrophys. J., }8), 164. 
Harwit, Martin. "Integrated Transportation Systems," Air & 

Space, October/November, 1991: p. 4. 
. "Galaxy Formation in the Universe" in Les Houches 

Summer School on Astronomy with ISO, Summer ifoi, edited by 

Therese Encrenaz, 1992. 
. "Second -Guessing the Future," Air & Space, 



December 1991/January 1992, p. 4. 
. "The Vision Thing", side-bar for "The Spies in 



Space" by Jeffrey T Richelson, Air & Space, December 
1991/January 1992, pp. 74-80. 
. "Welcome to the National Air and Space 



Museum — Official Guide to the National Air and Space 
Museum, 1991." 
. "The Museum Extension — A Reply," Air & Space, 



February/March 1992, p. 4. 
. "Are We Doing Our Job?," Air & Space, April/May 



I992-. P- 4- 

. "Clarity of Goals," Air & Space, June/July 1992, p. 4. 

. "Why Star Trek?," Air & Space, August/September 



1992. p. 4. 
. "Cosmic Curvature and Condensation," Astrophys. J. 



392,403, 1992. 
Lellouch, E., J. Goldstein, S. Bougher, G. Paubert, and J. 
Rosenqvist. "Absolute Wind Measurements in the Middle 
Atmosphere of Mars," Astrophys. J. 38$, 401. 



no 



National Museum of African Art 



National Museum of American Art 



Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives 

Geary, Christraud M. (editor). Historical Photographs of Africa. 
Special issue of African Arts 24 (4), 1991. 

. "Elephants, Ivory, and Chiefs: The Elephant in the 

Arts of the Cameroon Grassfields." in Doran Ross (ed.) 
Elephant: The Animal and its Ivory in African Culture. Los 
Angeles (Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA). 

. "Missionary Photography: Public and Private 



Readings." African Arts 14 (4): 48-59, 1991. 
. "Museum Image Banks." (with Melissa A.N. Keiser 



and Joan Stahl) Museum News November/December: 53-57, 
1991. 
. "Old Pictures, New Approaches: Researching 



Historical Photographs." African Arts 24 (4): 36-39, 1991. 

Conservation Department 

Mellor, Stephen P. "The Exhibition and Conservation of 
African Objects: Considering the Nontangible."_/o«nw/o/ 
the American Institute for Conservation, 31 (3): 3-16, 1992. 

Curatorial Department 

Ravenhill, Philip L "What Museums for Africa?" Museum 

News, March/April: 78-79, 1990. 
. The Art of the Personal Object. National Museum of 

African Art/University of Washington Press, 1991. 
. "The Art of the Personal Object" [introductory 



essay], African Arts 25 (1): 70-74, 1992. 
. "Of Pachyderms and Power: Ivory and the Elephant 



in the Art of Central Cote d'lvoite." in Doran Ross (ed.) 

Elephant: The Animal and its Ivory in African Culture. Los 

Angeles (Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA). 
Sieber, Roy. "Purpose and Perfection: Pottery as a Woman's 

Art in Central Africa" [brochure]. National Museum of 

African Art, 1992. 
. History, Design, and Craft in West African Strip-Woven 

Cloth [introduction]. National Museum of African Art, 

1992. 



Exhibits Department 

Faruq, Sala. Screen Printing with Water-Based Inks [manual]. 
National Museum of African Art, 1992. 



NMAA Publications 

Broun, Dr. Elizabeth, introduction to Between Heaven and 

Home: Contemporary American Landscape Photography. 

Washington, D.C.: National Museum of American Art, 

1992. 
Everett, Gwendoyln F. Li' I Sis and Uncle Willie. Washington, 

D.C.: National Museum of American Art, 1992. 
Fink, Lois Marie. "American Art at the 1889 Paris Exposition: 

The Paintings They Love to Hate." American Art Journal 

(Fall 1991, Vol. 5, No. 4): 35-53. 
Fotesta, Merry A. Between Heaven and Home: Contemporary 

American Landscape Photography. Washington, D.C.: 

National Museum of American Art, 1992. 
Geary, Christraud M. and Melissa A.N. Keiser and Joan Stahl. 

"Museum Image Banks" in Museum News. Vol 70., No. 6, 

November/December 1991, p. 53-58. 
Geary, Christraud M. and Melissa A.N. Keiser and Joan Stahl. 

"Promises and Dilemmas: Photographic Archives in 

Museums" in VRA: Visual Resources Association Bulletin. Vol. 

19, No. 2, Summer 1992, p. 26-30. 
Monroe, Michael, introductions to Albert Paley: Sculptural 

Adornment. Washington, D.C.: Renwick Gallery of the 

National Museum of American Art, 1992. 
Monroe, Michael, introduction to John McQueen: Language of 

Containment. Washington, D.C.: Renwick Gallery of the 

National Museum of American Art, 1992. 
Nemerov, Alexander. "N.C. Wyeth's Theater of Illustration." 

American Art Journal (Spring 1992): 37-57. 

Staff Work Published Elsewhere 

Foresta, Merry A. "Tracing The Light: Experimental 

Photography in the Age of Contact," APERTURE 

(December 1991). 
Foresta, Merry A. Between Heaven and Home: Contemporary 

American Landscape Photography. New Mexico: University of 

New Mexico Press, 1992. 
. Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Taschen Verlag. Cologne, 

Germany:, 1991. Second printing 1992. 
. Notes & Recollections: J ochen Seidel Kompt nach Berlin: 



Die Ruhr. Berlin: Staatliche Kunsthalle, March 1992. 
. "Torah's Incipient Esthetics." Religious Education 



(Winter 1991): vol. 86, n. 1. Special Art Issue. 
. "The Bethtothal I," The Rita andTaft Schreiber 



Collection. Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 
1991 



Poetry 

The Plum Review 

A merican Poetry Review 



III 



Book Review 

Terminology for Museums (Art Documentation, Vol. 10 No. 4, 

Winter 1991) 
Mail Art: An Annotated Bibliography (Art Documentation, Vol. 

11, No. 2, Summer, 1992) 



National Museum of American History 

Department of the History of 
Science and Technology 

Allison, David K., and Tom Gwaltney. "How People Use 
Electronic Interactives in 'Information Age: People, 
Information & Technology.'" in Hypermedia and Interactivity 
in Museums: Procedings of an International Conference. 
Pittsbugh, PA: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1991. 

Borden, Carla M., Jeffrey K. Stine, and Elizabeth A. Zimmer. 
"Knowledge Collaborations in the Arts, the Sciences, and 
the Humanities: Edited Excerpts from a Smithsonian 
Seminar Series — Part 2: The Sciences." Knowledge: Creation, 
Diffusion, Utilization 13 (June 1992): 399-409. 

Davis, Audrey, and Richard Glenner, D.D.S. "Dental 
Machines Then and Now." AO 84 (1991): 14-16. 

Edwards, Nanci K., Peter Liebhold, Steven Lubar, and Harry 
R. Rubenstein. Constructed Realities: A Photographic Record of 
Work. Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service, 1992. 

Eldund, Jon. "The Hardy Automatic Recording 

Spectrophotometer: From Apparatus to Instrument." 
Rittenhouse 6 (May 1992) 73-86. 

Finn, Bernard S. The History of Electrical Technology: An 
Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Press, 1991. 

. "Edison and the Style of Invention." Rassagna: 

Problemi di architettura dell ambiente. 13, 42/2 (1991): 44-53. 

. Review of I. Bernard Cohen, Benjamin Franklin's 



Native American Baskets. Oxford, England: Pitt Rivers 
Musemum, 1992. 
. "We Are Here: 500 Years of Pueblo Resistance". 



Science, in ISIS 83 (1992): 329-330. 

Forman, Paul. "Stuck in Neutral: Science, morality and the 
case of Werner Heisenberg." Review of Robert N. Proctor, 
Value-Free Science? Purity and Power In Modern Knowledge, 
and David C. Cassidy, Uncertainty: The Life and Science of 
Werner Heisenberg. in The Sciences (March/April 1992): 44-49. 

. Review of Harvey M. Sapolsky, Science and the Navy: 

The History of the Office of Naval Research, in Annals of the 
History of Computing 14 (1992): 60-62. 

. Review of Finn Aaserud, Redirecting Science: Niels 



Bohr, Philanthropy and the Rise of Nuclear Physics, in Physics 

Today (November 1991): 93-94- 
Gossel, Patricia L. "A Need for Standard Methods: The Case 

of American Bacteriology." in Adele E. Clarke and Joan H. 

Fujimura (eds.). The Right Tools for the Job. Princeton, NJ: 

Princeton University Press, 1992. 
Green, Rayna. "Red Earth People and Southeastern Basketry." 

in Linda Mowat (ed.). Basketmakers: Meaning and Form in 



Filmscript, 13 minute color film associated with the 

exhibition, "American Encounters." Smithsonian 

Telecommunications, 1992 (June). 
Green, Rayna, with Lisa Thompson. American Indian Sacred 

Objects, Skeletal Remains, Repatriation and Reburial: A Resource 

Guide: A 1902 Update to the 1000 Guide. Washington: 

NMAH/ American Indian Program, 1992. 
Gould, Ed, and Rayna Green. American Indian Plant Pioneers 

(American Indian Food Plants, American Indian Medicinal 

Plants) and African-American Plant Pioneers: A Poster Series. 

Washington, DC: National Zoological Park and National 

Museum of History, 1991. 
Harris, Michael R. and John Parascandola. "Images of 

Hospital Pharmacy in America." American Journal of 

Hospital Pharmacy (1992). 
Harris, Michael R., Dr. Greg Higby, Dr. Glenn Sonnedeeleer, 

Professor Ernst Stieb and Dr. Jeffery Sturchio. "A Panel 

Discussion: The Historical Literature of American 

Pharmacy." Pharmacy in History 34 (1992): 61-128. 
Kondratas, Ramunas. "The Preservation and Disposition of 

Hazardous Substances and Controlled Drugs in Museum 

Collections." Caduceus 7 (1991): 55-62. 
Johnson, Paula J. Review of Timothy C. Lloyd, and Patrick B. 

Mullen, Lake Erie Fishermen: Work, Tradition, and Identity, in 
Journal of American Folklore 105. 416 (1992): 242-244. 

. Review of Thomas Vennurn Jr., (ed.), Ojibway Music 

from Minnesota: A Century of Song for Voice and Drum, and 

Philip Nusbaum, (ed.), Norwegian-American Music from 

Minnesota: Old-Time and Traditional Favorites, in American 

Music 10.1 (1992): 103-106. 
. Review of Frances W. Dize, Smith Island, Chesapeake 



Bay. in Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Winter 1991): 

454-455- 

Johnson, Paula J. and David A. Taylor. "Beyond the Boat: 
Documenting the Cultural Context." in Boats - A Manual 
for Their Documentation. American Association for State and 
Local History and Museum Small Craft Association, 1992. 

Johnston, Paul F. "Maritime Museum Policy and the 
Acquisition of Archaeological Materials." Bulletin of the 
Australian Institute of Maritime Archaeology 15.2 (1992): 41-44. 

. "Is it Treasure or a Worthless Piece of Ship?" 

Historical Archaeology 26.4 (1992). 

. Review of G. and C. Henderson, Unfinished Voyages: 



Western Australian Shipwrecks lSfl-lS8o. in The American 
Neptune 51.2 (1991): 138. 
. Review of L. Casson, The Periplus Maris Erythraei. in 



The American Neptune 51. 1 (1991): 54-55. 
Lubar, Steven. "Representing Technological Knowledge." 

Conference on Critical Problems and Research Frontiers in History 

of Science and History of Technology, 1991. 
. "The Transformation of American Patent Law." 

Technology and Culture (October 1991). 



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. "Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate; The Cultural 

History of the Punchard." Journal of American Culture (Fall 
1992). 

. "Robot Videohistory." in Terry Shorzman, (ed.). The 



Vtdeobistory Handbook. Malabar, FL Krieger Publishing, 

1992. 
Marefat, Mina. "The Protagonists Who Shaped Modern 

Tehran." in C. Adle and B. Hourcade, (eds.). Tehran Capital 

Bicentenaire. Paris/Tehran: Institute Francais de Recherche 

en Iran, 1992. 
Molella, Arthur P. "Nationalism, Technology, and the 

National Technology Museum." Studies in the History of 

Science and Technology. Institute for the History of Science 

and Technology, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, 1991. 
Morrison, Howard, with Richard Ahlborn, Lisa Falk, Henry 

Grasso, Rayna Green and Lonn Taylor. American Encounters: 

A Companion Book to the Exhibit. Washington, DC: National 

Museum of American History, 1992. 
Post, Robert. "Strip, Salt, and Other Straightway Dreams." in 

John L Wright (ed.) Possible Dreams: Enthusiasm for 

Technology in America, 98-109. Dearborn: Henry Ford 

Museum and Greenfield Village, 1992. 
. "The Machines of Nowhere." Invention and Technology 

8 (Spring 1992): 28-35. 
Sharrer, G. Terry. "The Mouse That Roared: Mapping the 

Genome of Arab idops is thaliana." The Historical Gardener 1 

(Spring 1992): 5-6, 12. 
. "The Biology Revolution: Then and Now." The 

Virginia Dairyman. 56 (February 1992): 49-52. 
Stine, Jeffrey K. "The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway and 

the Evolution of Cultural Resources Management." The 

Public Historian 14 (Spring 1992): 7-30. 
. "Scientific Instrumentation as an Element of U.S. 

Science Policy: National Science Foundation Support of 

Chemistry Instrumentation." in Robert Bud and Susan 

Cozzens, (eds.). Invisible Connections: Instruments, Institutions, 

and Sciences. Bellingham, Wash.: SPIE, 1992. 
Turner, Steven. "Spiders in the Crosshairs: Cobwebs and 

the Search for the Perfect Line." Rittenhouse 6 (November 

1991): 1-10. 
Warner, Deborah Jean. "British Instrument Makers in the 

U.S." Rittenhouse 6 (November 1991): 25-31. 
. "Richard Patten (1792-1865)." Rittenhouse 6 (February 

1992): 57-63. 
. "Projection Apparatus for Science in Antebellum 



America." Rittenhouse 6 (May 1992): 87-94 
. "Physics as a Moral Discipline: Undergraduate 



Laboratories in the Late Nineteenth Century." Rittenhouse 6 

(August 1992) 116-128. 
White, Roger B. "Body by Fisher: The Closed Car 

Revolution." Automobile Quarterly 29.4 (1991): 46-6}. 
Withuhn, William L. "The Practice of the History of 

Technology in the West: An Overview (in Russian)." 

Problems in the History of Natural Sciences and Technology 3 

(1991): 145-149- 



Worthington, William. "Historical Survey of American 
Railroad Bridges and Structures." in Proceedings of the 96th 
Annual Conference of the American Railway Bridges & Building 
Association (1991): 20-31. 

Department of Social and Cultural History 

Adrosko, Rita J. "Transcription, Translation and Comments 
on Jacob Angstadt's Dye Recipes" in Jacob Angstadt, His 
Diaber Book by Ruth N. Holroyd and Ulrike L. Beck. 
Pittsford, N.Y: Rith N. Holroyd, 1992, pp. 217-240. 

. Plans for Making a iptb-Century American Loom. St. 

Paul, Minn.:Dos Tejedoras Fiber Arts Publications, 1992 
(revision of Plans for Making an Early American Loom, 
published by Smithsonian Institution Press, 1968). 

Ahlborn, Richard E. "The Mission San Antonio Prayer and 
Song Board." Southern California Quarterly 74 (no. I, Spring, 
w/ 5 plates, 1992): 1-17. 

Bruns, James H. Mail on the Move. Polo, Illinois: 
Transportation Trails, 1992. 

Harris, Elizabeth M. The Boy and His Press. Smithsonian 
Institution, 1992. 

Melder, Keith, with Edith P. Mayo and William L. Bird, Jr. 
Hail to the Candidate: Presidential Campaigns from Banners to 
Broadcasts. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 
1991- 

Department of Public Programs 

Morrison, Howard. American Encounters. Smithsonian 
Institution, 1992. 

Office of Academic Programs 

Kulik, Gary B. "The American Industrial Revolution," in 
Encyclopedia of American Social History (New York, 1992). 

. "Introduction" to Mermaids, Mummies, and Mastodons: 

The Emergence of the American Museum, ed. by William 
Alderson (Washington, 1992). 

. "An American Visionary," Museum News (Sept. -Oct. 



1992). 

Archives Center 

Haberstich, David. Review, "Photogtaph Preservation and the 
Research Library," Jennifer Porro, ed. Abbey Newsletter, Vol. 
16, No. 1 (Feb. 1992), pp. 13-14. 

. Foreword and editor, Register of the Donald H. 

Sultner-Welles Collection, ca. 1790-1981, by Laurie A. Baty. 
Washington, D.C.: Archives Center, National Museum of 
American History, Smithsonian Institution, 1991. 



in 



National Numismatic Collection 

Clain-Stefanelli, Elvira. "A Survey of Numismatic Literature 
1985-1989: General," A Survey of Numismatic Research 
ipSf-ippo. Brussels: International Numismatic Commission 
and International Association of Professional 
Numismatists, 1991; pp. 1-27. In cooperation with Ray 
Hebert. 

. "Late Silver Issues of Rhegium — A Janus Head Type 

in Rhegium," Florilegium Numismaticum Studia in Honorem. 
Stockholm: Svenska Numismatiska Foreningen, 1992; pp. 
119-126. 

. "From the Drawingboard of a Coin Engraver. 



Sketches by Christian Gobrecht for the Coinage of 
1836-1839," The American Numismatic Association Centennial 
Anthology. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and 
Merena, 1991; pp. 79-98, illus. 
. "Old Friends — Common Goals. The Evolution of 



Numismatics in the United States," The American Numismatic 

Association Centennial Anthology. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: 

Bowers and Merena, 1991; pp. 293-299, illus. 
Doty, Richard. "An Overlooked Russian Contribution to the 

Industrialization of Money," Journal of the Russian 

Numismatic Society. 44 Fall 1991; pp. 8-11. 
. "Juaristas, Imperialistas, and Centavos: 

Decimalization and Civil War in Mexico, 1857-1870," 

American Journal of Numismatics. 3/4 Second Series, 1992. 
. "Making Money in Early Massachusetts," Money of 



Pre-Federal America. (Proceedings of the Seventh Coinage of 
the Americas Conference, New York, May 4, 1991); New 
York: American Numismatic Society, 1992; pp. 1-14. 
. "Mexico Numismatico: Tesoros de Nuestra 



Coleccion/Mexican Numismatics: Treasures from the 
Smithsonian Collection," Boletin de la Sociedad Numismatica 
de Mexico. 146. 
. "Money: How Do I Know It's O.K.?" Money: Lure, 



Lore, and Liquidity. Proceedings of the Hofstra University 
Money Conference, November 21-23, 199 1 t0 be published 
by Hofstra University and Greenwood Press. 
. "North America," A Survey of Numismatic Research. 



ipSf-ippa Brussels: International Numismatic Commission, 
1991; pp. 589-600. 
. Review of La Casa de Moneda de Mexico a Mas de 450 



Anos, ed. Miguel Angel Porrua, American Journal of 
Numismatic. 3/4 Second Series, 1992. 
. Reviews of Merchant Countermarks on World Coins, by 



Gregory G. Brunk; Coinage of the Americans Proceedings Nos. 
1-6, by the American Numismatic Society; and Primeras 
Memorias de la Casa de Moneda de Mexico, ed. Miguel Angel 
Porrua; all in Numismatic Chronicle. 151 1991; pp. 279-283, 
283-286. 
. Review of The Coinage of El Peru, ed. William 



Bischoff, in Revue Numismatique, 34 1992. 
Gillilland, Cory. "Public Opinion and the Nation's Coinage," 
American Numismatic Centennial Anthology. Wolfeboro, New 
Hampshire: Bowers and Merena, 1991; pp. 301-319, illus. 



. "United States Medals," A Survey of Numismatic 

Research, ipS$-ippo. Brussels: International Numismatic 
Commission, 1991. 



National Portrait Gallery 



Office of Computer Specialist 

Kabel, Margo, Francisco Dallmeier, and Richard Rice. 
"Methods for Long-Term Biodiversity Inventory Plots in 
Protected Tropical Forests" in Long Term Monitoring of 
Biological Diversity in Tropical Forest Areas, edited by 
Francisco Dallmeier: MAB Digest 11, 1992. 11-45. 

, Francisco Dallmeier, Charlotte M. Taylor, John C. 

Mayne, and Richard Rice. "Case Study of SI/MAB 
Biological Diversity Plot Research Methodology: Effects of 
Hurricane Hugo on the Bisley Biodiversity Plot, Luquillo 
Biosphere Reserve, Puerto Rico" in Long Term Monitoring of 
Biological Diversity in Tropical Forest Areas, edited by 
Francisco Dallmeier: MAB Digest 11: 1992. 47-71. 

Office of the Director 

Fern, Alan. "Portraits of a Nation" in Uncommon Australians: 
Towards an Australian Portrait Gallery. Sydney, Australia: 
Art Exhibitions Australia Limited, 1992, pp.9-10. 

, with Arnold Newman. Arnold Newman's Americans. 

Washington, DC: National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian 
Institution, in association with Bulfinch Press/Little, 
Brown and Company, Boston, 1992. 

. "Introduction" in Lubarsky, Jared, Noble Heritage: 



Five Centuries of Portraits from the Hosokawa Family. 
Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992, 
pp.9-13. 

Office of the Historian 

Henderson, Amy. "Media and the Rise of Celebrity Culture" 
in OAH Magazine of History, Vol. 6, No. 4 (Spring 1992): 
49-54- 

Library 

Martin R. Kalfatovic. Nile Notes of a Howadji: a Bibliography of 

Travelers' Tales from Egypt, from the Earliest Time to It) 18. 

Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1992. 
. [Review] Elizabeth Johns, American Genre Painting: 

the Politics of Everyday Life (New Haven, 1992). Library 

Journal 117 (April 15, 1992): 88-89. 
. [Review] Mary Jane Jacobs, editor, Places with a Past: 



New Site-specific art at Charleston's Spoleto Festival (New York, 
1992). Library Journal 117 (July 1992): 82. 



114 



. [Review] Marco Livingstone, editor, Pop Art: an 

International Perspective (New York, 1992). Library Journal 
117 (May 15, 1992): 92. 



Department of Painting and Sculpture 

Christman Margaret C. S. "The Spirit of Party": Hamilton & 
Jefferson at Odds. Washington, D.C., and Charlottesville, 
Virginia, 1992. 

Fortune, Brandon Brame. '"From the World Escaped': Peale's 
Portrait of William Smith and His Grandson." 
Eighteenth-Century Studies 25 (Summer 1992): 587-615. 

The Peale Family Papers 

The Selected Papers of Charles Willson Peale and His Family. 
Volume y The BeJfield Farm Years, 1810-1820, edited by 
Lillian B. Miller, Sidney Hart, and David C. Ward. New 
Haven and London: Yale University Press 1991. 

Hart, Sidney and Ward, David C. "The Waning of an 

Enlightenment Ideal: Charles Willson Peale's Philadelphia 
Museum, 1790-1820." Reprinted in American Culture, 
1776-181$, edited by Peter S. Onuf. New York and London: 
Garland Publishing Inc., 1991, 297-326. 

Ward, David C. "The Civil War Memoirs of Grant and 
Sherman." Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Spring 1992): 
107-09. 

. Gary W. Gallagher, ed., Struggle for the Shenendoah: 

Essays on the 1864 Valley Campaign (Kent, Ohio, 1991) 
reviewed in Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Summer 
1992): 237-38. 

. Nancy Rash, The Painting and Politics of George Caleb 



Reputation." (book review) Archives of American An Journal 31 
(number 1 1991): 27-28. 
. "Portrait Prints: Washington Print Club Biennial." The 



Bingham (New Haven, 1991) reviewed in Civil War History 
38 (June 1992): 178-80. 
. F. Daniel Lnr\6n,John B.Jervis: An American 



Engineering Pioneer (Ames, Iowa, 1990) reviewed in 
New-York History 73 (January 1992): 105-06. 
. Beverley Wilson Palmer, ed., The Selected Papers of 



Charles Sumner, 2 vols. (Boston, 1990) reviewed in The New 
England Quarterly 64 (December 1991): 670-73. 
. Wallace J. Schutze and Walter N. Trenerry, 



Abandoned by Lincoln. A Military Biography of General John 
Pope (Champaign, Illinois, 1990) and Robert K. Krick, 
Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain (Chapel Hill, 1990) 
reviewed in the Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Fall 1991): 
348-50. 

Department of Prints and Drawings 

Reaves, Wendy Wick. "Gladys Engel Lang and Kurt Lang, 
Etched in Memory: The Building and Survival of Artistic 



Washington Print Club Quarterly 28 (Winter 1991-1992): 6. 
. Collecting Portrait Prints: Washington Print Club 



Biennial. National Portrait Gallery, 1991. (brochure) 
. Poster Portraits. National Portrait Gallery, 1992. 



(brochure) 
Wagner, Ann. "The Works on Paper Gallery of the Phillips 

Collection." The Washington Print Club Quarterly 28 (Winter 

1991-1992): 6-7. 
. "Poster Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery." 

The Washington Print Club Quarterly 28 (Spring 1992): 8. 
. "A Tour of Homage to Callot at the National Gallery 



of Art" The Washington Print Club Quarterly 28 (Summer 
1992): 5-6. 



Office of Museum Programs 

American Association of Museums. The Audience in Exhibition 
Development: course proceedings from a training program developed 
by the Office of Museum Programs, Smithsonian Institution, 
Washington, D. C. Professional Practice Series, Technical 
Information Service, American Association of Museums, 
Washington, D. C, 1992. 

Craig, Bruce C, editor. Internship Opportunities at the 
Smithsonian Institution. Office of Museum Programs, 
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C, 1992. 

Fuller, Nancy J., "Ak-Chin Him Dak - A New Model for 
Community Heritage Management Opens to Public," in 
CRM, edited by Patricia L. Parker, U. S. Department of the 
Interior, National Park Service Cultural Resources, 
Washington, D. C, 1991, Vol. 14: No. 5, pp. 36, 37, 43. 

Fuller, Nancy J., "The Museum as a Vehicle of Community 
Empowerment: The Ak-Chin Indian Community 
Ecomuseum Project" in Museum and Communities: Debating 
Public Culture, edited by Ivan Karp and Stephen Lavine, SI 
Press, Washington, DC, 1992. 

LaMaster, Teresa K., "On Professional Knowing" in Patterns in 
Practice: Selections from the Journal of Museum Education, 
Museum Education Roundtable, Inc., Washington, D. C, 
1992, pp. 331-331- 

Sadongei, Alyce, "New Training Opportunities for American 
Indians at the Smithsonian Institution-The American 
Indian Museum Studies Program," in CRM, edited by 
Patricia L. Parker, U. S. Department of the Interior, 
National Park Service Cultural Resources, Washington, D. 
C, 1991, Vol. 14: No. 5, pp. 11-12. 



US 



Smithsonian Institution Traveling 
Exhibition Service, SITES 



Art as Activist. New York: Universe/SITES, 1992. 

African American Resource Guide. Washington: SITES, 1992. 

Fragile Ecologies: Artists' Interpretations and Solutions. Adventures 

for Kids and Families. Washington: SITES, 1992. 
The Good, the Bad, and the Cuddly: Attitudes Toward 

Animals. Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Long Road Up the Hilb African Americans in Congress. 

Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Perpetual Campaign: The Making of the People's President. 

Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Siteline. (SITES newsletter). Washington: SITES, Winter 

1991, Number 32. 
Songs of My People Resource Guide. Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Syncopated Lives: Selected Stories from "Songs of My People". 

Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Update, 1092-0; (SITES' annual catalogue of exhibitions). 

Washington: SITES, 1992. 
Who's in Charge? Workers and Managers in the United 

States. Washington: SITES, 1992. 



Education and Public Service 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
Education and Public Service 



Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education 
and Public Service 

Achebe, Chinua. "Martin Luther King, Jr. and Africa." Keynote 
address delivered January 20, 1992 at the Martin Luther King, 
Jr. Holiday Celebration, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, 
D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. 



C enter for Eolklife Programs and 
Cultural Studies 

Printed Materials 

Cadaval, Olivia. "Conocimiento y Poder: La Tierra y las 
Culturas Indigenas Americanas." In Mir Ojos Vteron . . . Mi 
Corazon lo Sabe, edited by Xun Gallo, 15-19. Mexico: 
Litograrica Turmex. 

. "The Festival Never Ends." Smithsonian Folklife News (3) 

(Winter 1992^9. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 

116 



Chen, Vivien. "Celebrating the Year of the Monkey." Folklife 

Center News. Washington, D.C: American Folklife Center, 

Library of Congress. 
. Children's Activity Booklet, 1992 Festival of 

American Folklife. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
Hunt, Marjorie. "Making the White House Work." In 

Festival of American Folklife Program Book, edited by Peter 

Seitel, 98-103. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
Kennedy, Richard. "Soviet-American Folklife Exchange 

Program." Smithsonian Folklife News (3XWinter i992):6-7- 

Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 
Kurin, Richard. "Festival of American Folklife: Not Just a 

Festival." In Festival of American Folklife Program Book, 

edited by Peter Seitel, 7-14. Washington, D.C: 

Smithsonian Institution. 
. "Director's Talk Story." Smithsonian Folklife News 

OXWinter l992):2-3. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
N'Diaye, Diana and Kenneth Bilby. "Creativity and 

Resistance: Maroon Culture in the Americas." In Festival of 

American Folklife Program Book, edited by Peter Seitel, 54-61. 

Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 
. "African Immigrant Project." Smithsonian Folklife 

News OXWinter I992):ii. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
. "African World Culture and the Concept of Diaspora 



Transformative Ideas in the Study of African Cultures, or 
'Will the Circle Be Unbroken? - " Will the Circle Be 
Unbroken? Historical Perspectives on the African Diaspora 
conference, February 6-8. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 
Institution. 
. "Resistance and Creativity: Maroon Culture in the 



Americas." Conexoes 4(iXMay 1992)^. East Lansing: 
Michigan State University. 
. "Research in Progress on the African Diaspora." 



Conexoes 3(2)(November 1990:8-9. East Lansing: Michigan 
State University. 
, co-editor. The Arts of Black Folk. New York: 



Schomburg Center for Research in Black Cultures. 
Parker, Diana. "The 25th Festival." Smithsonian Folklife News 

(3XWinter i992):4-5. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
Seeger, Anthony. "Folkways Recordings." Smithsonian Folklife 

News OXWinter i992):i-3. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian 

Institution. 
Seitel, Peter, ed. Festival of American Folklife Program Book. 

Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution. 
Vennum, Thomas Jr. "The Changing Soundscape in Indian 

Country." In Festival of American Folklife Program Book, 

edited by Peter Seitel, 81-92. Washington, D.C: 

Smithsonian Institution. 



and GuhaShankar. "Smithsonian Folklife Studies 

Series: Muharram." Smithsonian Folklife News OXWinter 
I992):8. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 



Van Ronk, Dave. Dane Van Ronk: The Folkways Years iq$o-6l 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40041. 
Williams, Lucinda. Ramblin'. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40042. 



Sound Recordings 

An Anthology of African American Poetry for Young People. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 45044. 
Cage, John and David Tudor. Indeterminacy. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40804/5. 
Caribbean Revels: Haitian Rara and Dominican Gaga. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40402. 
Drums of Defiance: Maroon Music of Jamaica. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40412. 
A Fish That's a Song. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 45037. 
Louis Moreau GottschaJk American Piano Music, played by 

Amiram Rigai. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40803. 
Guthrie, Woody. Nursery Days. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 

45°35- 
Introducing American Folk Music. Accompanies Kip Lornell's, 

Introducing American Folk Music, Brown and Benchmark, 

1992. Smithsonian/Folkways Special Product SFSP 90001. 
Jackson, Mahalia. Got To Tell It. Accompanies Jules 

Schwerin's, The Life I Sing About: Mahalia Jackson, Talking 

and Singing the Gospel, Oxford University Press, 1992. 

Smithsonian/Folkways Special Product SFSP 90002. 
Jenkins, Ella. African American Folk Rhythms. Smithsonian/ 

Folk-ways SF 45003. 
. Songs, Rhythms and Chants for the Dance. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 45004. 
. Come Dance by the Ocean. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 



45014. 



A Long Time to Freedom. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 



45034- 
. For the Family (videotape). Smithsonian/Folkways SF 

48002. 
Mbuti Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 

40401. 
Music of Indonesia Vol. 4: Music ofNias and North Sumatra. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40420. 
Music of New Mexico: Native American Traditions. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40408. 
Music of New Mexico: Hispanic Traditions. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40409. 
Navajo Songs. Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40403. 
Plains Chippewa/Metis Music from Turtle Mountain. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40411. 
Seeger, Peggy. Songs of Love and Politics. Smithsonian/Folkways 

SF 40048. 
Seeger, Pete. Singalong: Live at Sanders Theater. 

Smithsonian/Follcways SF 40026/8. 
. American Industrial Ballads. Smithsonian/Folkways 

SF 40058. 
Spence, Joseph. Joseph Spence: The Complete Folkways Recordings. 

Smithsonian/Folkways SF 40066 



Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education 



Eisendrath, Betsy. "The Survival Game after Columbus: Pigs, 

Weeds, and Other Players " Art to Zoo, October 1991. 
. "Life in the 'Promised Land': African-American 

Migrants in Northern Cities, 1916 - 1940." Art to Zoo, 

January 1992. 
O'Flahavan, Leslie. "Digging Up Dirt: How Paleontologists 

Bring Dinosaurs Back to Life." Art to Zoo, April 1992. 
. "Once upon a Real Time: Telling the Stories the Past 

Tells Us." Art to Zoo, September 1992. 
Smith, Michelle, and Lonnie Bunch. Protest and Patriotism: A 

History of Dissent and Reform. Washington, DC: Smithsonian 

Institution Press, 1992. 



External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for 
External Affairs 



Kirlin, Katherine & Thomas 1991. The Smithsonian Folklife 

Cookbook, Smithsonian Institution Press. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. Foreword to Environment in Peril (A.B. 

Wolbarst, Ed.), Smithsonian Institution Press. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. Foreword to Toward Unity among 

Environmentalists by B. G. Norton. Oxford Univ. Press. 

287 pp. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. Biomass burning and the disappearing 

tropical rainforest (Chapter 9). Pp. 77-82 in Global Biomass 

Burning (J.L. Levine, Ed.). The MIT Press. 569 pp. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1991. Searching for solutions to the dilemma. 

Tropical Forests i(i):i-8. 
Lovejoy, T.E. and R.H. Dwight. 1992. Biological diversity and 

Neptune's realm. Marine Tech. Soc. J. 25(4):7-i2. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. Preface to Global Warming and Biological 

Diversity (R.L. Peters and T.E. Lovejoy, Eds.), Yale 

University Press, New Haven, CT 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. The impact of global watming. Pp. 1-5 in 

Oxford in North America 2, Earth Summit Preview (J. 

Funari and E. Klimas, Eds.), Oxford University 

Development (North America), Inc., New York. 



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Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. In praise of biodiversity. Pp. 28-29 ' n 

Environment: The Next Frontier (T. Rubin, Ed.). 

U.S. Information Agency, Hearst Special Pubs. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. Amazonia: the scientific basis for 

conservation. Pp. 21-25 ' n Conservation de la Selva Amazonica, 

Fundacion para el desarrollo de la ciencias fisicas, 

matematicas y naturales (FUDECI), Caracas, Venezuela. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. Foreword to Ecology and Conservation of 

Neotropical Migrant Landbirds (J.M. Hagen and D. W. 

Johnston, Eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 

DC 609 pp. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. Foreword to South Carolina's Wetlands 

Wilderness: The ACE Basin by T. Blagden, Jr. Westcliffe 

Pubs., Inc., Englewood, CO. 
Lovejoy, T.E. 1992. Earth's Living Library: Check It Out, 

Op-ed, The Washington Post, 19 March. 
Moran, Katy 1991. Actions of the U.S. Congress Toward 

Environmentally Sustainable Foreign Assistance. New 

Directions in U.S. Foreign Assistance and New Roles for 

Anthropologists. J. P. Mason and M.H. Clark, Editors. Dept. 

of Anthropology, College of William and Mary: 

Williamsburg, VA. 
Moran, Katy 1992. Introducing Statistical Testing to Standard 

Ethnography: An Example from Elephant Management in 

Sri Lanka. Computer Applications for Anthropologists. Margaret 

S. Boone and John J. Wood, Editors. Wadsworth: Belmont, 

CA. 
Moran, Katy 1992. Ethnobiology and U.S. Policy. Sustainable 

Harvest and Marketing of Rainforest Products. Mark Plotkin 

and Lisa Famolare, Editors. Island Press: Washington, DC. 
Peters, R.L. and T.E. Lovejoy. 1991. Terrestrial fauna (Chapter 

20). Pp. 353-369 in The Earth as Transformed by Human 

Action (B.L. Turner II, W.C. Clark, R.W. Kates, J.F. 

Richards, J. T Mathews, and W.B. Meyer, Eds.) 
Peters, R.L. and Lovejoy T.E., (Eds.). 1992. Global Warming 

and Biological Diversity. Yale University Press, New Haven, 

CT. 386 pp. 
Wirth, T.E. and T.E. Lovejoy. 1991. John Heinz: 

Environmentalist, Op-ed, The Washington Post, 12 Aptil. 



Office of Telecommunications 



Radio Productions 

"Spirits of the Present: The Legacy from Native America" - 13 
half-hour programs produced by the Native American 
Public Broadcasting Consortium and Radio Smithsonian, 
broadcast on 410 stations in North America. This 
documentary series about Native American history and 
culture looks at the life of today's Indians. 

"Messages from the Grandparents" The centuries-old 
unbroken chain of oral traditions which are passed on to 
each new generation. 



"Through Carib Eyes: The Columbus Encounter in the 
Caribbean" The perceptions of Carib and Taino Indians 
whose ancestors encountered Columbus. 

"Battle Lines: Pressures of the Land" Modern-day struggles 
over issues of sovereignty. 

"Shared Visions: Art, Music, and Literature" Reflections on 
cultural continuity by Native American artists, writers, 
dancers, and musicians. 

"Sustaining Our Communities: Natural Resource 
Management" An examination of traditional Indian 
farming techniques and natural resource management 
practices within various tribal communities. 

"Religious Freedom" A look at the legal challenges to 
American Indians' religious freedom. 

"America's Heritage: Preserving Our History" The role of 
cultural centers and the new National Museum of the 
American Indian in preserving tribal history. 

"Traditional Caring: Non-traditional Health Issues" 

Confronting contemporary health issues such as diabetes, 
alcoholism, and AIDS with traditional healing practices. 

"Rebuilding Our Nations" Creative solutions to the problems 
of economic development in several Native Nations. 

"Education: Becoming a Whole Person" From curriculum 
design to preservation of language, Native Americans are 
taking control of their own educational systems. 

"Cultural Identity" The cultural and social bases for 

contemporary Indian identity among the Houma, Lumbee, 
and Yaqui. 

"Responding to the Quincentennial" A mosaic of Indian views 
on the Columbus Quincentenary. 

"The Indian in the Global Mind" The global fascination with 
Indians, including the use of Indian mascots for non-Indian 
sports teams. 

"Folk Masters, from the Barns of Wolf Trap," thirteen one- 
hour stereo programs, produced by the Wolf Trap Founda- 
tion for the Petforming Arts, WETA-FM, and Radio 
Smithsonian. 

"Carolina House Party: Parlor Picking, Frolic Fiddling, and 
Juke Joint Blues" Piedmont blues and parlor tunes sung by 
Etta Baker, Pappy Sherrill and his old-time country 
stringband, and country blues and electric boogie with 
Drink Small. 

"There's Twelve Gates to the City: Black Gospel Styles" The 
Kings of Harmony brass band from Washington, DC, St. 
Louis pianist and vocalist Fontella Bass, and the a cappella 
harmonies of the Birmingham Sunlights from Alabama. 

"Masters of the Folk Violin" The late master of Cajun fiddling 
Dewey Balfa with Steve Riley, New Mexican-style violin 
virtuosity from the Martinez Family, Anglo-Midwestern 
fiddling contest champion Kenny Sidle, and the African 
American Kansas City jazz sounds of 84 year-old Claude 
Williams. 

"American Indian Music, Dance and Song from the Desert 
and the Tundra" Athabascan fiddler Bill Stevens and the 
Nunamta Yupik Eskimo Dancers from Alaska; the 



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Cellicion Family Zuni Singers of New Mexico, and the 
waila music of the Joaquin Brothers Band from Arizona. 

"La Isla, La Costa y La Montana: Music from the Spanish 
Caribbean and Central America" Mexican marimba music 
with Marimba Chiapas, as well as Familia Colon 
performing jibaro string music from Puerto Rico, and 
accordion dance music of northern Columbia from Ivan 
Cuesta y sus Autenticos Vallenatos. 

"Guitar Wizards" A concert of old-time country picking with 
Wayne Henderson, Hawai'ian slack-key guitar played by 
Ledward Kaapana, and the blues and jazz of Robert Jr. 
Lockwood. 

"African Roots: Watch Night, Bucket Men and the Blues" 
The Old World heritage of Georgia Sea Island ritual and 
music represented by the Mcintosh County Shouters and 
the new percussive energy of bucket drummers from the 
streets of the District of Columbia, as well as Big Jack 
Johnson and the Oilers from Clarksdale, Mississippi. 

"Accordion Kings" The Tex-Mex conjunto style of Santiago 
Jimenez, Jr. alongside the African French Creole sound of 
Louisiana zydeco from Boozoo Chavis for an evening of 
accordion squeezing. 

"Blues and Bluegrass in the American Capital" Bridging 
cultural and generational differences through Virginia 
Piedmont Blues with John Cephas and Phil Wiggins, and 
the neo-traditional style of Maryland bluegrass and the 
Johnson Mountain Boys. 

"Europe in America" Muiticulturalism embraces European 
music as heard in the Tex-Czech sound of Vrazel's Polka 
Band, the Croatian strings of Slanina Tamburitza, and the 
Irish music with young virtuosos Seamus Egan and Friends. 

"Rural Electrification: Rockabilly and Western Swing" 
Western swing from the legendary Texas Playboys and 
rockabilly from veteran Memphis players, the Sun Rhythm 
Section. 

"New York Klezmer and New Orleans Jazz" Senior Jewish 
performers combine with younger musicians from New 
York City to make up Klezmer Plus, and traditional New 
Orleans jazz with Dr. Michael White and the Crescent City 
Serenaders. 

"Best of Folk Masters" Great previously unheard performances 
from throughout the concert series. 

"Speakers Corner with Roger Mudd" was a weekly one-hour 
series co-produced by Radio Smithsonian and the William 
Benton Broadcast Project and distributed on 181 stations 
from January through June by WFMT Fine Arts Network. 
The programs featured scholars and experts from Oxford 
University, the University of Chicago, and Resident 
Associates Lecture Programs sharing their insights on the 
arts and humanities, the sciences, politics, and public 
affairs. Smithsonian programs included: 

S. Schoenbaum: "Shakespeare through a Magnifying Glass": 
Renowned author and scholar on the Bard, Professor 
Schoenbaum takes a look at some of the most recent 
scholarship in this area. 



Herbert Simon: "Artificial Intelligence": A Nobel Laureate in 
Economics, pioneer of political science, psychology, and 
management, and founding father of artificial intelligence, 
Simon examines the evolution of "thinking machines," and 
the search for new ideas. 

Susan Faludi: "An Undeclared War Against Women?": This 
Pulitzer Prize— winning author examines the image and 
treatment of women in American life over the last decade 
and the growing backlash against women partly due to the 
success of the women's movement. 

Norman Mailer: "Harlot's Ghost": Prolific author/colorful 
personality Mailer reads from his long-awaited novel, a 
penetrating look at the American scene since the end of WW II. 

Andre Previn: "No Minor Chords": Academy-Award winning 
composer, arranger, and conductor of some of the world's 
leading orchestras, Previn recalls his years in Hollywood in 
the 40s, 50s, and 60s. 

Abraham Pais: "Physics, Philosophy, and Politics: The Life 
and Times of Niels Bohr": Bohr was a giant among 
20th-century scientists, a Nobel Prize winning physicist in 
1922 who participated in expetiments leading to the atomic 
bomb, but he was also one of the first scientists to 
recognize the dangers of atomic weapons and organize 
peaceful uses for atomic energy. Abraham Pais, a physics 
professor, examines both sides of Bohr's personality. 

Martin Gilbert: "Statesman Extraordinaire: The Life of Sir 
Winston Churchill": Churchill's biographer addresses the 
British PM's strong familial and political ties to America. 

Lester Brown: "Saving the Planet": Founder of the 

Worldwatch Institute, which seeks to educate the public 
about wasting non-renewable resources and pollution of the 
Earth, outlines plans for reversing environmental 
degradation and turning economic growth into 
environmentally sustainable progress. 

Flora David: "The History of the Women's Movement in 
America Since i960": Professor/author David presents an 
overview of the women's movement from the '60s to the 
'90s, examining the forces, personalities, victories, and 
failures of the crusade that has changed our lives. 

"Jazz," a Radio Smithsonian special broadcast during February to 
commemorate Black History Month, featured jazz enthusiast 
Julian Bond as host and drew upon performances by the 
Smithsonian Jazz Orchestra for its music. 

"Indian Aitobics," a "Spirits of the Present" special - A variety 
program of humor, music, and story telling, hosted by actress 
Elaine Miles and produced by Radio Smithsonian and the 
Native American Public Broadcast Consortium, brought 
American Indian performers together for a two-hour program 
aired on American Public Radio in the fall of 1992. 

"Sovereign to Sovereign," a "Spirits of the Present" special — A 
discussion program produced by Radio Smithsonian and 
the NAPBC, posing the question of what might have 
happened had the European and American governments 
parlayed with the Indian tribes as full sovereign nations; 
aired on American Public Radio in the fall of 1992. 



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Major Film Production 

"Dream Window: Reflections on the Japanese Garden," a 
production of OTC in cooperation with KajimaVision, 
Tokyo, premiered on PBS on November 6, 1992. 

Exhibition Videos 

"American Encounters" - NMAH - Five short videos 
including "Pueblo Resistance" (14:14); "Many Voices" 
(9:29); "Hispanic Resistance" (11:20); "Matachines Spanish; 
Bernalillo" (8:19); and "Matachines Indian; San Juan" (8:01). 

"Perpetual Campaign" - NMAH - Two videos including "The 
Low Road to High Office" (13:00) and "The People, the 
President, and the Court" (8:00) 

"Mastets of Silver," a 12-minute video to accompany the 
SITES exhibition "English Silver: Masterpieces by Omar 
Ramsden," premiered at The Chicago Art Institute in June, 
1992 - the first stop on the exhibition's 12-city tour in the 
U.S. and Canada. 

"Ancient Japan," an introduction to the Sackler Gallery of 
Art's exhibition of the same title, highlights two distinct 
early Japanese cultures: the Jomon and the Yayoi and the 
archeological finds that are shedding light on these 
societies. 

"To Achieve These Rights: The Struggle for Equality and Self 
Determination in the District of Co'umbia, 1791-1978," a 
video epilogue, premiered in the exhibition of the same 
title at the Anacostia Museum in January, 1992. 



Smithsonian Resident Associate Program 



Office of the Director 

Solinger, Janet W., ed., MPR News published by the Museum 
Public Relations Committee, International Council of 
Museums (ICOM), Vol. I, Nos. 2 and 3, 1991; Vol. II, No. I. 



Affiliated Organizations 
Reading Is Fundamental 



RIF Newsletter. Published three times a year, the Newsletter 
reports on RIF activities nationwide. A technical assistance 
insert, addressing local projects' requests for information on 
how to motivate youngsters to read, is included in 
Newsletters sent to RIF projects. The Newsletter reaches 
18,000 people throughout the United States and offshore 
territories. 



Nine Million Times a Year. A brochure describing the RIF 
organization, its goals, and its programs. 

The Fun & Fundamentals of Running a RIF Project. A brochure 
outlining the basic details on running a RIF program. 

The RIF Handbook: How to Run a Successful Reading Is 

Fundamental Project. A technical assistance manual to help 
RIF volunteers organize and operate an effective reading 
motivation program. Includes an overview of RIF as well as 
sections on fundraising, book selection and ordering, and 
activities to motivate reading. 

"Growing Up Reading" Workshop Guide. This 72-page guide 
gives step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a 
"Growing Up Reading" workshop for parents. 

A Guide to RIF's Family Literacy Programs. An 81-page booklet 
providing an overview of various ways RIF programs have 
been used to promote family literacy. 

"Parent Guide" Brochures. A series of 12 brochures on the topics 
"Choosing Good Books for Your Children," "TV and 
Reading," "Reading Aloud to Your Children," "Upbeat and 
Offbeat Activities to Encourage Reading," "Teenagers and 
Reading," "Children Who Can Read, But Don't...," 
"Encouraging Soon-To-Be Readers," "Magazines and 
Family Reading," "Family Storytelling," "Building a 
Family Library," "Encouraging Young Writers," 
"Summertime Reading." 

The RIF Guide to Encouraging Young Readers. (Doubleday, 1987). 
A sourcebook of activities, children's book suggestions, and 
resources for parents. 

Reading Is Fun! Tips for Parents. A booklet offering suggestions 
on how to encourage children up to the age of eight to read. 

When We Were Young: Favorite Books of RIF Kids, RIF Volunteers, 
and Readers of Renown. Forty-page list of favorite children's 
books. Includes personal recommendations of some 80 
public figures. 

Helping Your Children Become ReaderslComo Ayudar a Que Sus 
Ninos Sean Buenos Lectoers. Available in English or Spanish, 
this reproducible, illustrated brochures features 10 reading 
tips in simple language. 

The Family Facts Book. A 24-page booklet provides a place to 
keep important information about your children; also 
features tips on raising readers. 

Shared Beginnings Idea Book: Tips and Activities for Young 
Families and Their Babies. With an illustrated format 
designed to appeal to teenage parents, this publication 
features more than ioo ideas for nurturing emergent 
language and literacy in infants and toddlers. Includes 
rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. 

Family of Readers™ Handbook. This publication provides a 
group of parents with easy-to-read guidelines for running a 
RIF program for their children. 

Family of Readers" Album: Fun Things to Read and Do Together. 
This family activity booklet features a collection of ideas, 
writing games, and color-in pages that provide creative fun 
and also build language and reading skills. 



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Appendix 6 

The Smithsonian Institution and 
Its Subsidiaries, September 30, 1992 



Office of the 
Secretary 



The Secretary 

Robert McC. Adams 
Executive Assistant 

James H. 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 



Undersecretary 

Constance Berry Newman 
Executive Assistant 

Anna B. Martin 
Executive Assistant 

Judy Van Rest 
Administrative Officer 

Luwan Brown 



Confidential Assistant 
Constance Lykes 



Office of the 
Inspector General 



Inspector General 

Thomas D. Blair 
Assistant Inspector General for 
Investigations 

Gerard A. Roy 
Assistant Inspector General for 
Audits 

John C. Fawsett 
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 Guttenplan Grant 
Elaine L. Johnston 
Marsha S. Shaines 
Christine Steiner 
James I. Wilson 



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 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 

Dan Agent 
John Barrat 
Holly Hammett 
Peggy Langrall 
David Lewis 
Jo Ann Webb 
Lilas Wiltshire 



News 

Associate Director 
Linda St.Thomas 

Staff 

Jacqueline Bouquet 
Mary Combs 
Natalie Fielman 
Rebecca Higbee 
David Maxfield 
Vicki Moeser 
Hamlet Paoletti 
William Schulz 
Rachel Sears 



Sciences 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for the Sciences 



Assistant Secretary 

Robert S. Hoffmann 
Deputy Assistant Secretary 

Ross B. Simons 
Executive Officer 

Rita R. Jordan 
Special Assistants 

Ruth O. Selig 

Peggy Anderson 
Administrative Officer 

Joan R. Zavala 
Research Assistant 

Chris Wozencraft 
Program Assistant 

Suzanne Pender 
Secretaries 

Sandra K Blake 

Jameen Michelle 
Alexander 

Jody Pettibone 
Senior Scholar 

Wilton Dillon 
Diving Officer 

Michael Lang 



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Joseph Henry 
Papers 



Editor 

Marc Rothenberg 
Associate Editor 

Paul H. Theerman 
Assistant Editors 

Kathleen W. Dorman 

John C. Rumm 
Research Assistants 

Deborah Y. Jeffries 



American Studies 
Program 



Director 

Wilcomb E. Washburn 
Secretary 

R. Lucille Hamblen 



Conservation 

Analytical 

Laboratory 

Director 

Lambertus van Zelst 
Deputy Director 

Alan W. Postlethwaite 
Administrative Officer 

Vernerta M. Williams 
Deputy Administrative Officer 

Beverly M. Smith 
Coordinator of Education and 
Training 

Eleanor McMillan 



Archaeometry 

Assistant Director for 
Archaeometry 
Jacqueline S. Olin 
SARCAR Manager & Senior 
Research Archaeologist 
Ronald L Bishop 
Research A rt Historian 
Ingrid C. Alexander 



Senior Research Chemist 

M. James Blackman 
Senior Research Physicist 

Yu-Tarng Cheng 
Metallurgist 

Martha E. Goodway 
Chemist 

Emile C. Joel 
Senior Ceramic Scientist 

Pamela B. Vandiver 

Conservation 
Research 

Assistant Director for 

Conservation Research 

Marion E Mecklenburg 
Head, Analytical Services 

Charles S. Tumosa 
Electron Microscopist 

Melanie T. Feather 
Senior Research Organic 
Chemists 

David W. von Endt 

W David Erhardt 
Research Organic Chemist 

Mary T. Baker 
Organic Chemist 

Walter H. Hopwood 
Senior Research Photographic 
Scientist 

MarkH. 

McCormick-Goodhan 
Research Biochemist 

Noreen C. Tuross 
Chemist 

Camie S. Campbell 
Conservation Laboratory 
Technician 

Jonah Erlebacher 

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 Conservators 

Dianne van der Reyden 

Timothy J. Vitale 
Senior Textile Conservator 

Mary W. Ballard 

Information 

Senior Technical Information 
Specialist 

Marjorie W Cleveland 
Technical Information Specialists 

Ann B. N'Gadi 

Gail L. Goriesky 
Conservator 

Mary Lou Garbin 



National Museum 
of Natural History 

Director 

Frank H. Talbot 
Deputy Director 

Stanwyn G. Shetler 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Maria Ballantyne 
Special Assistant to the Deputy 
Director 

Dianne Niedner 
Writer-Editor 

Laura Kennedy 
Associate Director for 
Administration 

Mary R. Tanner 
Administrative Specialists 

Danielle 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 
Director, Biodiversity Program 

Don E. Wilson 
Project Director, Biological 
Dynamics of Forest 
Fragments 

Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr. 
Assistant Director for Collections 

Janet Gomon 
Registrar 

Katherine A. Kilduff 
Assistant Director for 

Automatic Data Programs 

T Gary Gautier 
Assistant Director for Education 

Laura L. McKie 
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 



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Collections Management 

Collections Manager 

Deborah Hull-Walski 
Conservators 

Natalie Fimhaber 

Greta Hansen 
Senior Research Conservator 

Carolyn Rose 

Handbook of North 
American Indians 

Managing Editor 

Karla Billups 
Administrative Technician 

Melvina Jackson 
Production Manager 

Diane Delia-Loggia 
Bibliographer 

Lorraine H. Jacoby 
Linguist 

R. H. Ives Goddard, III 

Human Studies Film 
Archives 

Supervisory Museum Specialist 
John Homiak 

National Anthropological 
Archives 

Director 

Mary Elizabeth Ruwell 
Archivists 

Kathleen Baxter 

Paula R. Fleming 

James R. Glenn 

Native American 
Indian Program 

Director 

JoAllyn Archambault 

Division of Archaeology 

Division Head 

Dennis J. Stanford 
Curators 

J. Daniel Rogers 

Theresa Singleton 

Bruce D. Smith 



Gus W. Van Beek 
Melinda A. Zeder 

Arctic Program 

Director 

William W. Fitzhugh 
A rchaeologist 

Stephen Loring 

Division of Ethnology 

Division Head 
Mary Jo Arnoldi 

Curators 

William Crocker 
Adrienne Kaeppler 
Ivan Karp 
Robert Laughlin 
William Merrill 
William C. Sturtevant 
Paul M. Taylor 
William Trousdale 

Division of Physical 
A nthropology 

Division Head 
Richard B. Potts 

Curators 

Donald J. Ortner 
Douglas W Owsley 
Douglas H. Ubelaker 

Department of 
Botany 

Chairman 

Laurence E. Skog 

Administrative Specialist 
Linda M. Moreland 

Senior Botanist 
Mark M. Littler 

Associate Curators 
Pedro Acevedo 
Paula T DePriest 
Laurence J. Dorr 
Robert B. Faden 
Maria A. Faust 
W. John Kress 
Paul M. Peterson 
Elizabeth Zimmer 

Curators 

Vicki A. Funk 



David B. Lellinger 
Ernani G. Menez 
Dan H. Nicolson 
James N. Norris 
Joan W. Nowicke 
Harold E. Robinson 
Stanwyn G. Shetler 
Laurence E. Skog 
Warren L Wagner 
Dieter C. Wasshausen 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 
Mones Abu-Asab 
Carol Annable 
Irwin M. Brodo 
Katina Bucher 
Loren Coen 
Jose Cuatrecasas 
Wade Davis 
James A. Duke 
Melvin R. Duvall 
Sylvia A. Earle 
Christian Feuillet 
Raymond Fosberg 
Suzanne Fredericq 
Aaron Goldberg 
Charles Gunn 
Otto Huber 
Joseph Kirkbride 
Elbert Little 
Diane Littler 
Ximena Londono 
Alicia Lourteig 
Susan J. Mazer 
Larry E. Morse 
Carlos Ochoa 
John Pipoly 
Thompson Pizzolato 
Mark Plotkin 
Muriel Poston 
Robert Read 
Clyde F.Reed 
Velva Rudd 
Edward Salgado 
Stephen Sharnoff 
Sylvia D. Sharnoff 
Lyman Smith 
Richard Spjut 
Bruce A. Stein 
William Stern 
Phillip Taylor 
Edward E. Terrell 
Anna Weitzman 
John Wurdack 



Department of 
Entomology 

Chairman 

Jonathan A. Coddington 

Collections Manager 
Gary F. Hevel 

Senior Scientist 

Karl V. Krombein 

Curators 

John M. Burns 
Jonathan A. Coddington 
Don R. Davis 

Curators 

Terry L. Erwin 
Oliver S. Flint, Jr. 
Richard C. Froeschner 
Wayne N. Mathis 
Ronald J. McGinley 
Robert K. Robbins 
Paul J. Spangler 

Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 
David N. Adamski 
Joachim Adis 
David H. Ahrenholz 
Donald W. Anderson 
Edward W Baker 
William E. Bickley 
Harley P. Brown 
Robert W. Carlson 
Margaret S. Collins 
Gregory W. Courtney 
Terhune S. Dickel 
Chris H. Dietrich 
Eduasdo Doming uez 
Lance Durden 
Robert L. Edwards 
Neal F. Evenhuis 
John H. Fales 
Candida Feller 
Douglas C. Ferguson 
Richard H. Foote 
Amnon Freidberg 
T. P. Fried lander 
Douglas Futuyma 
Raymond J. Gagne 
Patricia Gentili-Poole 
Robert D. Gordon 
E. Eric Grissell 
Charles E. Griswold 
Ralph E. Harbach 
Bruce A. Harrison 
Thomas J. Henry 
Ronald W. Hodges 



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Yiau-Min Huang 
James E. Keirans 
Gerado Lamas 
Paul M. Marsh 
Arnold S. Menke 
Mary Frances Michevich 
Douglass R. Miller 
Scott E. Miller 
Steve Nakahara 
David F. Nickle 
Allen L. Norrbom 
Paul A. Opler 
John D. Oswald 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 
James Pakaluk 
Jacqueline M. Palmer 
David Pearson 
Philip D. 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. Schauff 
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 
Robert Traub 
Katsuji Tsuneki 
Natalia Vandenberg 
Ronald A. Ward 
Richard E. White 
Willis W. Wirth 
Norman E. Woodley 
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 

Crustacea 

Curators 

Frank D. Ferrari 
C W Hart, Jr. 
Robert P. Higgins 
Brian Kensley 
Louis S. Kornicker 
Rafael Lemaitre 
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 
Jon L Norenburg 
Mary E. Rice 

Registry of Tumors in 
Lower Animals 

Director 

John Harsh barger 



Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 

Zoologists, and Affiliated 

Scientists 
Richard B. Aronson 
Sigurd V. Boletzky 
Thomas E. Bowman 
J. Bruce Bredin 
Fenner A. Chace, Jr. 
Steven Chambers 
Sing Chen Chang 
Elizabeth Chornesky 
Roger F. Cressey 
Maureen E. Downey 
Joan D. Ferraris 
Stephen J. Gardiner 
Terrence M. Gosliner 
Horton H. Hobbs, Jr. 
John Holsinger 
Lipke B. Holthuis 
Peter Hovjngh 
Michael Lang 
J. Ralph Lichtenfels 
Patsy McLaughlin 
Charles G. Messing 
John E. Miller 
Richard T O'Grady 
Isabel Perez-Farfante 

(Canet) 
Esther C. Peters 
Richard E. Petit 
Marian H. Pertibone 
Donald C. Potts 
Anthony J. Provenzano, Jr. 
Marjorie L. Reaka 
Harald A. Rehder 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 

Zoologists, and Affiliated 

Scientists 
Janet W Reid 
Donald W. Sada 
I. G Sohn 
James D. Thomas 
Ronald B. Toll 
Michael Vecchione 
Geerhart 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 
Associate Curator 

Michael A. Wise 

Petrology and Volcanology 

Curators 

Richard S. Fiske 

James F. Luhr 

William G. Melson 

Tom Simkin 
Associate Curator 

Sorena Sorensen 

Physical Sciences 
Laboratory 

Chemists 

Eugene Jarosewich 

Joseph A. Nelen 
Electronics Technician 

James E. Collins 

Scientific Events 
Alert Network 

Research Associates, 

Collaborators, and 
Affiliated Scientists 

Felix Chayes 

Howard T Evans, Jr. 

Michael Fleischer 

Brian H. Mason 

Department of 
Paleobiology 

Chairman 

Jack W. Pierce 
Administrative Assistant 

Betty M. Lomax 



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Acting Collections Manager 
Jann W M. Thompson 
Paleobiologies Information 
Specialist 
Raymond T. Rye II 
Supervisor, Vertebrate 

Paleontology Preparation 
Laboratory 
Frederic V. Grady 
Senior Scientists 

Richard H. Benson 
Martin A. Buzas 
Alan H. Cheetham 
Richard E. Grant 
Daniel J. Stanley 
Kenneth M. Towe 
Geologist 

Ian G. Macintyre 
Curators 

Anna K. Behrensmeyer 
William A. DiMichele 
Robert J. Emry 
Nicholas Hotton III 
Francis M. Hueber 
Jack W. Pierce 
Clayton E. Ray 
Thomas R. Waller 
Scott L. Wing 
Associate Curators 
Douglas H. Erwin 
Brian T. Huber 
Conrad C. Labandeira 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 
Curators, and Affiliated' 
Scientists 
Jean M. Berdan 
Raymond L. Bernor 
Annalissa Berta 
Richard S. Boardman 
Robyn Burnham 
G. Arthur Cooper 
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. Harmaruk 
Robert W. Hook 



Scott E. Ishman 

Porter M. Kier 

Carl F. Koch 

Paul L. Koch 

Sergius H. Mamay 

Jerry N. McDonald 

John D. Milliman 

Robert B. Neuman 

William A. Oliver, Jr. 

John Pojeta, Jr. 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 
Curators and Affiliated 
Scientists 

Kenneth A. Rasmussen 

Douglas S. Robertson 

Kenneth D. Rose 

Bruce Runnegar 

William J. Sando 

David Schindel 

Judith Skog 

Anthony Socci 

Norman F. Sohl 

I. Gregory Sohn 

George D. Stanley, Jr. 

Steven M. Stanley 

Hans-Dieter Sues 

Joshua I. Tracey, Jr. 

Arthur D. Watt 

Frank C. Whitmore, Jr. 

Debra A. Willard 

Christopher Wnuk 

Ellis L Yochelson 

Department of 
Vertebrate Zoology 

Chairman 

Richard W Thorington, 
Jr- 
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 

ElyseJ. Beldon 

Ronald I. Crombie 



Division of Birds 

Curators 

Storrs L. Olson 

Richard L. Zusi 
Associate Curators 

Michael J. Braun 

Gary R. Graves 
Collections Manager 

J. Phillip Angle 

Division of Fishes 

Curators 

G. David Johnson 
Victor G. Springer 
Richard P. Vari 
Stanley H. Weitzman 

Associate Curator 
Lynne R. Parenti 

Zoologist 

Wayne C. Starnes 

Collections Managers 
Susan L. Jewett 
Jeffrey T. Williams 

Division of Mammals 

Curators 

Michael D. Carleton 
Charles O. Handley, Jr. 
James G. Mead 
Richard W Thorington, 

Jr- 
Collections Managers 
J. Phillip Angle 
Charles W. Potter 



Office of the Secretary 
Emeritus 



Secretary Emeritus 

S. Dillon Ripley 
Administrative Assistant 

Mary T Pacaro 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 
Curators and Affiliated 
Scientists 
Ronald G. Altig 
Richard C. Banks 
Aaron M. Bauer 
Jonathan J. Becker 
Bruce M. Beehler 



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. Isler 
Phyllis R. Isler 
Ernest A. Lachner 
Roxie Laybourne 
John M. Legler 
Research Associates, 

Collaborators, Emeritus 
Curators and Affiliated 
Scientists 
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. Perrin 
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 



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William F. Smith-Vaniz 
David L. Stein 
Ian R. Swingland 
William R. Taylor 
Stephen G. Tilly 
Merrill Varn 
Richard J. Wassersug 
Marilyn Weitzman 
Edward O. Wiley 
Timothy R. Williams 
W. Chris Wozencraft 

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 

Walter H. Adey 

Laboratory of 
Molecular Systematics 

Director 

Michael J. Braun 
Administrative Assistant 

JoAnne Ciprich 
Principle Investigator 

Elizabeth A. Zimmer 
Scientific Program 
Administrator 

Judith A. Blake 
Molecular Research Biologist 

David Swofford 

Repatriation Office 

Acting Program Director 

Thomas W. Killion 
Program Assistant 

Marjorie R. Wilkov 
Case Officers 

Timothy G. Baugh 

Tamara L. Bray 



Physical Anthropologist 
John W. Verano 

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 
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 

Interpretive Programs 
David M.Jenkins 
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 Pickett 
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 
Mammalogist 
Miles S. Roberts 

Scientific Staff 
Daryl J. 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 
Carlos Ruiz-Miranda 
Alfred Rosenberger 



Postdoctoral Fellows 
Sabine Loew 
Marta Hertz ik 
Ethan Temeles 
Richard Wagner 
Ian G. Warkentin 

Animal Health 

Assistant Director for Animal 
Health 

R. Mitchell Bush 
Hospital Administrator 

Scott Citino 
Head, Reproductive Physiology 
Program 

David E. Wildt 
Research Veterinarian 

Steve L Monfort 
Reproductive Physiologist 

Janine L. Brown 

NOAHS Center 



Director 

Ruth Stolk 
Research Associates 

Ann Byers 

Robert Davis 

Ann M. Donoghue 

JoGayle Howard 

William F. Rail 

Terri Roth 

William Swanson 

Lisa Tell 

Sam Wasser 

Department of 
Pathology 

Pathologist-in-Charge 
Richard J. Montali 

Associate Pathologist 
Donald Nichols 

Research Associates 
Richard Alsaker 
Max J. G. Appel 
Chris Gardiner 
Kathryn Holmes 
John Pletcher 
John Strandberg 
Anton Steuer 
Bernard Zook 



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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 

George P. Day, Jr. 

Safety Office 

Head 

Kenneth R. Gilliam 

Interpretive Services 

Associate Director for 

Interpretive Programs 
David M. Jenkins 

Office of Public Affairs 

Chief 

Robert J. Hoage 

Office of Education 

Chief 

Judith White 

Office of Development 

Head 

Dan Studnicky 



Office of Design and 
Exhibits Planning 

Chief 

Virginia A. Mahoney 

Department of 
Conservation 

Associate Director for 
Conservation 

Christen M. Wemmer 
Deputy Associate Director 

Scott R. Derrickson 
Research Coordinator 

John H. Rappole 
Conservation Training Officer 

R. Rudran 
Collection Manager 

Larry Collins 
Postdoctoral Fellows 

Lisa G. Sorenson 

Kevin Winkler 
Research Associates 

Joel Berger 

John Frazier 

Charles McDougal 

William McShea 

Brian Miller 

Dale Miquelle 

Georg Schwede 

Michael Stilwe 

Richard Tenaza 



Friends of the 
National Zoo 



Executive Director 
Clinton A. Fields 

Deputy Director 
James Schroeder 



Smithsonian 
Migratory Bird 
Center 



Director 

Russell Greenberg 



Office of 

Environmental 

Awareness 



Director 

Judith Gradwohl 
Program Specialist 

Leonora Sheeline 
Program Assistant 

Beth Nalker 
Program Assistant 

Jodi Mendel 



Office of 
Fellowships and 
Grants 



Director 

Roberta W Rubinoff 
Assistant Director 

Elizabeth W. Veatch 
Administrative Officer 

Catherine F. Harris 
Academic Program Specialists 

Bruce W. Morrison 

Sharon K. Nishizaki 
Program Assistants 

Tracy Cais.se 

Marika Carley 

Pamela Hudson 



Office of the 
Registrar 

Director 

Mary Case 
Assistant to the Director 

William G. Tompkins 
Administrative Assistant 

A. Paulette Hughes 
Collections Information 
Administrator 

Vacant 



Smithsonian 

Astrophysical 

Observatory 

Director 

Irwin Shapiro 
Associate Directors 
Planning 

Bruce Gregory 
Atomic and Molecular Physics 

Kate Kirby 
High Energy Astrophysics 

Stephen Murray 
Optical and Infrared Astronomy 

John P. Huchra 
Planetary Sciences 

Brian G. Marsden 
Radio and Geoastronomy 

Mark J. Reid 
Solar and Stellar Physics 

John C. Raymond 
Theoretical Astrophysics 

Alastair G. W Cameron 
Department Managers 
Central Engineering 

Richard B. Dias 
Computation Facility 

Van L. McGlasson 
Contracts and Procurement 

George D. Dick 
Controller's Office 

Robert T. Ayer 
Library 

Donna Coletti 
Human Resources 

Marion R. Aymie 
Publications 

James Cornell 
Science Education 

Phil Sadler 
Travel 

Nancy M. Adler 
Scientific Staff 

Yakov Alpert 

Alice L. Argon 

Eugene H. Avrett 

James Babb 

Robert W Babcock 

Sallie L Baliunas 

Mary Barsony 

Mark Birkinshaw 

Eric E. Bloemhof 

Raymond Blundell 

Jay A. Bookbinder 



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Gerald Bottrell 
James Boyle 
Donaro Bramanci 
Nancy Brickhouse 
Roger J.V. Brissenden 
Nelson Caldwell 
Nathaniel P. Carleton 
Frederic H. Chaffee 
Kelly V. Chance 
John F. Chandler 
Jon H. Chappell 
George Chartas 
Allan F. Cook, II 
Andrew Cooksy 
Mario L Cosmo 
Salvador Curiel 
Alexander Dalgarno 
Thomas M. Dame 
James L Davis 
Robert J. Davis 
Seth Digel 
Marino Dobrowolny 
Adam Dobrzycki 
John Dubinski 
Andrea K. Dupree 
Guenther Eichhorn 
Martin S. Elvis 
Paul Eskridge 
Ruth Esser 
Robert D. Estes 
Giuseppina Fabbiano 
Daniel G. Fabricant 
Emilio E. Falco-Acosta 
Ron Farren 
Giovanni Fazio 
George B. Field 
Fabrizio Fiore 
Kathryn Flanagan 
Craig Foltz 

Christine Jones Forman 
William R. Forman 
Fred A. Franklin 
Marijn Franx 
Franco Fuligni 
Gary Fuller 
Terrance J. Gaetz 
Michael R. Garcia 
Larry D. Gardner 
John C. Geary 
Margaret J. Geller 
Owen J. Gingerich 
Isabella M. Gioia 
Dalia Goldwirth-Piran 
Leon Golub 
Paul Gorenstein 



Dale E. Graessle 
Lincoln J. Greenhill 
Mario D. Grossi 
Gordon E. Gullahorn 
Shadia R. Habbal 
F. Rick Harnden, Jr. 
Daniel E. Harris 
Lee Hartmann 
Akihiko Hashimoto 
Donald Hassler 
Paul T.P. Ho 
Robert Hohlfeld 
Paul Hsieh 
John P. Hughes 
Atac Imamoglu 
Paul Jaminet 
Diabjerius 
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 
Steven C. Kleiner 
John L. Kohl 
Bon-Chul Koo 
Sylvain Korzennik 
Koenraad Kuijken 
Michael Kurtz 
Robert Kurucz 
Mark Lacasse 
Charles J. Lada 
Elizabeth A. Lada 
Adair Lane 
David W. Latham 
Mark Lawrence 
Myron Lecar 
Martin Levine 
Robert Lewis 
Alan Lightman 
A. Edward Lilley 
Enrico Lorenzini 
Jane Luu 
Shude Mao 
Ursula Marvin 
Colin Masson 
Smita Mathur 
Edward Mattison 
Alessandro Massarotti 
Michael McCarthy 



Jeffrey E. McClintock 
Richard E. McCrosky 
Jonathan C. McDowell 
Gary J. Melnick 
Karl Menten 
Alejandra Mi lone 
Arun Misra 
Bijoy Misra 
Jerry Mitrovica 
Vadilal Modi 
James M. Moran, Jr. 
Marc A. Murison 
Jonathan Murray 
Philip C. Myers 
Martin Noecker 
Robert W Noyes 
Vancura Olaf 
Costas Papaliolios 
William H. Parkinson 
Michael R. Pearlman 
Leandros Perivolaropoulos 
Michail Petaev 
James D. Phillips 
Philip Pinto 
Preethi Pratap 
Andrea Presrwich 
Francis A. Primini 
Charles Prosser 
Harrison Radford 
Michael Ratner 
Somak Raychaudhury 
Robert D. Reasenberg 
Cordula Robinson 
George B. Rybicki 
Steven H. Saar 
Dimitar Sasselov 
Jonathan Schachter 
Rudolph Schild 
Matthew H. Schneps 
Timothy Scholz 
Daniel A. Schwartz 
Joseph Schwarz 
Tony Scott 
Frederick D. Seward 
Aneta Siemiginowska 
Andrew Silber 
Patrick O. Slane 
Noam Soker 
Anthony Stark 
John R. Stauffer 
Robert Stefanik 
Robert Stern 
Leonard Strachan, Jr. 
Andrew Szentgyorgyi 
Harvey Tananbaum 



Patrick Thaddeus 
Eric V. Tollestrup 
Edward Tong 
Guillermo Torres 
Wesley A. Traub 
Ginevra Trinchieri 
Wallace H. Tucker 
Han Uitenbroek 
Adriaan van Ballegooijen 
Leon P. Van Speybroeck 
Robert EC. Vessot 
George A. Victor 
Jan Vrtilek 
Saeqa Dil Vrtilek 
Ronald Walsworth 
Trevor Weekes 
Steven Weinberg 
Heinz Weiser 
Fred L. Whipple 
Barbara A. Whitney 
Charles A. Whitney 
Belinda Wilkes 
Steven P. Wi liner 
Mark Wolfire 
John A. Wood 
Diana M. Worrall 
Insu Yi 

Kouichi Yoshino 
Min Su Yun 
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 F. Tavel 
Education Specialist 

A. Mark Haddon 
Docent Coordinator 

Linda M. Chick 
Animal Ecologists 

Joseph Dineen 

Richard Everett 

Edwin Grosholz 



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William Jaeckle 
PaulR.Jivoff 
James F. Lynch 
Daniel Niven 
Kevin Peters 
Daniel R. Petit 
Gregory M. Ruiz 

Chemical Ecologists 
Bi Shuping 
Richard Smucket 

Environmental Engineers 
Gary Peresta 
Steven Saito 
Peter Stone 

Ecologists 

Thomas E. Jordan 
Geoffrey G. Parker 

Microbial Ecologists 
D. Wayne Coats 
Charles L. Gallegos 
Jacques White 

Modelers 

Janet M. Coffee 
Donald E. Weller 

Plant Ecologists 
Martin Cipollini 
Hanne Rasmussen 
Timothy Spira 
Lisa K. Wagner 
Dennis F. Whigham 

Plant Physiologists 
Bert G. Drake 
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 



Smithsonian 

Institution 

Libraries 



Director 

Barbara J. Smith 
Deputy Director 

Vija L. Karklins 
Assistant Directors 

Bonita D. Perry 

Nancy E. Gwinn 

Mary A. Thomas 
Special Assistant to the Director 
and Publications Officer 

Nancy L. Matthews 

Planning and 

Administration 

Division 

Assistant Director and Division 
Head 

Mary Augusta Thomas 
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 
Systems Librarian 

Anne Gifford 
Computer Equipment Analyst 

Mimi Scharf 

Automated Bibliographic 
Control Department 

Department Head 

Victoria Avera 
Bibliographic Control Librarian 

Vacancy 



Catalogue Records 
Department 

Department Head 

Sheila Riley 
Catalogue Records Librarian 

Thomas Baker 

Original Cataloguing 
and Indexing 
Department 

Department Head 

Helen Nordberg 
Librarian-Cataloguers 

Margaret A. Sealor 

Margaret D'Ambrosio 

Carolyn Hamilton 
Special Collections Cataloguer 

Diane Shaw 

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 
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 

Vacancy 
Senior Reference Librarian 

Catherine D. Scott 
Circulation and Loan Librarian 

Patricia Lasker 

Museum Reference Center 

Branch Librarian 
Sylvia Churgin 



Museum Support Center 
Branch 



Branch Librarian 

E. Gilbert Taylor 
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 Librarians 

Bridget Mathews 

James Roan 

Anacostia Museum Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Timothy Carr 

National Museum of 
African Art Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Janet L. Stanley 



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National Air and Space 
Museum Branch 

Branch Librarian 

David M. Spencer 
Reference Librarians 

Amy E. Levin 

Paul McCutcheon 
Technical Information Specialist 

Philip D. Edwards 

National Postal Museum 
Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Vacant 

Horticulture Branch 

Branch Librarian 

Susan R. Gurney 
Reference Librarian 

Marca Wood hams 

Natural and Physical 
Sciences Department 

National Museum of 
Natural History Branch 

Department Head and Branch 
Librarian 

Ann M.Juneau 
Reference Librarians 

Robert J. Skarr 

David T. Steere, Jr. 
Reference Librarian (Acting) 

Alvin R. Hutchinson 

Anthropology Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Mary Kay Davies 

Botany Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Ruth F. Schallert 

National Zoological Park 
Branch 

Branch Librarian 
Kay A. Kenyon 



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 

Preservation Services 
Department 

Department Head 
Susan F. Blaine 

Book Conservation 
Laboratory 

Conserr'itor 

Janice Stagnitto 

Historian Emeritus 

Silvio A. Bedini 



Research Associate 

Jean Chandler Smith 



Smithsonian 
Institution Man 
and Biosphere 
Biological 
Biodiversity 
Program 



Director 

Francisco G. Dallmeier 
Program Specialist 

Luis E. Tassara 



Smithsonian 
Tropical Research 
Institute 



Director 

Ira Rubinoff 
Deputy Director 

Anthony G. 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 
Conservation Resources Manager 

Gilberto Ocana 
Executive Officer 
Leonor Motta 



Human Resources 
Office 

Personnel Management Specialist 
Carmen Sucre 

Procurement Office 

Supervisor, Contract Specialist 
Mercedes Arroyo 

Office of 
Development 

Development Officer 

Lucy Dorick 
Washington Office Coordinator 

Mary Ann Lindgren 

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 



Accounting Office Scientific Staff 



Accounting Officer 
Carlos Urbina 

Budget Office 

Budget Analyst 
Leopoldo Leon 



Senior Scientists 

Jeremy B.C. Jackson 

Olga F. Linares 

Martin H. Moynihan 

A. Stanley Rand 

Mary Jane West-Eberhard 
Staff Scientists 

Annette Aiello 

Eldredge Bermingham 

Richard G. Cooke 

Paul Colinvaux 

Richard Condit 



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Mireya Correa 

William G. Eberhard 

Robin Foster 

Llewellya Hillis 

Nancy Knowlton 

Egbert G. Leigh, Jr. 

Harilaos Lessios 

Dolores Piperno 

D. Ross Robertson 

David W. Roubik 

Noris Salazar Allen 

Neal G. Smith 

Nicholas Smythe 

Donald M. Windsor 

Klaus Winter 

S. Joseph Wright 
Center for Tropical Forest 
Science members 

George Angehr 

Peter Ashton 

Richard Condit 

Stephen Hubbell 

James LaFrankie 

Theodore Panayotou 
Oil Spill Project Scientists 

Norman Duke 

Hector Guzman 

Brian Keller 
Research Associates 

Robin Andrews 

Peter Ashton 

Carlos Arellano Lennox 

Tomas Arias 

Gordon M. Burghardt 

Luis D'Croz 

Philip DeVries 

Stanley Heckadon 

Stephen P. Hubbell 

Anthony Ranere 

Myra Shulman 

Robert Stallard 

Henry Stockwell 

Melvin Tyree 



Arts and 
Humanities 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for the Arts and 
Humanities 



Assistant Secretary 

Tom L. Freudenheim 
Deputy Assistant Director 

Claud ine K. Brown 
Program Manager 

Barbara K. Schneider 
Program Analyst 

Patricia Bonds 
Program Analyst 

Thomas J. Peyton 
Director, Experimental Gallery 

Kimberly Camp 
Smithsonian Institution 

Accessibility Coordinator 

Janice Majewski 
Special Assistant 

Jane Glaser 

National African 
American Museum 
Project 

Project Director 

Claudine K. Brown 



Anacostia Museum 



Director 

Steven Cameron Newsome 
Deputy Director 

Sharon A. Reinckens 
Assistant Director for 

Education and Outreach 

Zora Martin Felton 
Acting Chief, Research and 
Curatorial Affairs 

Portia P. James 
Administrative Officer 

Cynthia B. Smith 



Assistant to the Director 

Louis Hiclcs 
Public Affairs Specialist 

Valerie Smith Madden 
Registrar 

Lauri Hinksman 



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 



Freer Gallery of 
Art/ Arthur M. 
Sackler Gallery 



Director 

Milo C Beach 
Executive Assistant to Director 

Toni Lake 



Public Affairs 

Department Head 

Susan Bliss 
Assistant Director, 
Administration 

Sarah Newmeyer 



Special Events 

Department Head 
Patricia Bragdon 



Development 

Department Head 
Laurel Muro 



Photography 

Department Head 
John Tsantes 



Museum Shops 

Department Head 
Rosaria Guaragna 

Assistant Director, Public 
Programs 
Patrick Sears 



Design and 
Installation 

Department Head 
John Zelenik 

Education 

Department Head 
Lucia Pierce 

Facilities 

Department Head 
Robert Evans 
Assistant Director, Research 
and Collections 
Thomas Lentz 

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Conservation and 
Scientific Research 

Department Head 
W. T. Chase 

Historian 

Historian 

Esin Atil 
Curators 

Thomas Lawton 

Fu Shen 

M. Shreve Simpson 

Jenny So 

Ann Yonemura 

Linda Merrill 

Ann Gunter 

Carol Bolon 

Louise Cort 

Jan Stuart 

Library and Archives 

Department Head 
Lily Kecskes 

Publications 

Department Head 
Karen Sagstetter 

Collections 
Management 

Registrar 

Eleanor Radcliffe 
Bruce Young 



Cooper-Hewitt 
Museum 



Director 

Dianne H. Pilgrim 
Assistant Director for 
Administration 

Linda Dunne 
Assistant Director for Programs 

Andrew Pekarik 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Caroline Mortimer 



Program Specialist 

Nerissa Tackert 
Computer Specialist 

Jay Vanatta 
Assistant Computer Specialist 

John Corbo 
Business Office Manager 

Belynda Roebuck 
Accounting Technician 

Florence Lewis 
Membership & Special Events 
Manager 

Michele Raphoon 
Museum Shop Manager 

Matt Hahn 
Operations Manager 

Barry Johnson 
Public Information 

Arthur Lindo 
Registrar 

Cordelia Rose 
Security 

Luis Pilau 



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 
Curator of Contemporary Design 

Ellen Lupton 



Exhibitions 

Curator of Exhibitions 
Dorothy Globus 



Exhibition Researcher 
Lucy Fellowes 

Editorial 

Editor 

Nancy Aakre 

Library 

Librarian 

Stephen Van Dyk 

Education 
Department 

Head of Education 
Susan Yelavich 
Program Coordinator for School 
Programs 
Dorothy Dunn 
Program Coordinator for 
Audience Development 
Deirdre Scott 
Program Coordinator for Adult 
Education 
Egle Zygas 
Special Project Assistant 
Laurie McGavin 
Bachmann 

Photo Services 

Brad Nugent 

Plant Services 

Director 

Tom Murdy 



Hirshhorn Museum 
and Sculpture 
Garden 



Director 

James T. Demetrion 
Deputy Director 

Stephen E. Weil 
Administrator 

Beverly L Pierce 



Chief Curator 

Neal Benezra 
Curators 

Amada Cruz 

Valerie J. Fletcher 

Frank B. Gettings 

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 Analyst 

Robert D. Manning 
Social Science Analyst 

Adam Bickford 
Statistician 

Steven J. Smith 
Social Science Analyst 

Elizabeth K. Ziebarth 
Social Science Analyst 

Audrey E. Kindlon 
Survey Operations Specialist 

Thelassa W Skinner 
Social Science Technician 

Ann R. Ziebarth 



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International 
Gallery 



Director 

Eileen Rose 
Associate Director 

Anne R. Gossert 
Program Coordinator 

Susan Arshack 



National Air and 
Space Museum 



Director 

Martin Harwit 
Associate Director 

Wendy Stephens 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Steven L. Sotet 
Special Assistant to the 
Associate Director 

Gary Roth 
Senior Advisor for Science 

Ted A. Maxwell 

Department of 
Aeronautics 

Chairman 

Tom Crouch 
Deputy Chairman 

Dominick A. Pisano 
Curators 

Dorothy Cochrane 

R.E.G. Davies 

Von D. Hardesty 

Peter Jakab 

Russ Lee 

Richard Leyes 

Michael Neufeld 

Frank van der Linden 
Emeritus, Historian 

Paul E. Garber 
Assistant Emeritus, Historian 

E.T. Wooldridge 
Special Advisor for Technology 

Howard Wolko 



Center for Earth and 
Planetary Studies 

Chairman 

Thomas R. Watters 
Geophysicist 

Ted A. Maxwell 
Geologists 

Patricia Jacobberger 

James Zimbelman 

Robert Craddock 

Michael Tuttle 
Geophysicist 

Bruce Campbell 
Program Manager 

Priscilla Strain 
Geographer 

Fred Engle 

Development Office 

Development Officers 

Susan Beaudette 

Anne Seeger 
Special Events Division 
Coordinators 

Darlene Rose-Barge 

Kathie Spraggins 

Department of 
Space History 

Chairman 

Gregg Herken 
Curators 

Paul E. Ceruzzi 

Martin Collins 

David DeVorkin 

Cathleen S. Lewis 

Valerie Neal 

Allan A. Needed 

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, Cooperative Program 

Helen C. McMahon 
Education Division 
Special Assistant 

Ellen Sprouls 
Minority Outreach Division 
Special Assistant 

M. Antoinette Amos 
Planetarium 
Director 

James H. Sharp 

Department of Art 

Chairperson 

Mary S. Henderson 

Office of 
Communications 

Office of Public Affairs 

J. Michael Fetters 
Office of Publications 

Patricia Graboske 

Department of 

Collections 

Management 

Assistant Director 

Linda N. Ezell 
Archives Division 
Supervisory Archivist 

Thomas Soapes 
Conservation Unit 
Conservator 

Ed McManus 
Collections Maintenance 

Division 
Chief 

Al Bachmeier 
Preservation/Restoration 

Division 
Acting Foreman 

William Reese 
Office of the Registrar 
Registrars 

Ellen Folkama 

Natalie Rjedkin 



Department of 
Administration 

Administrative Officer 

Alice M. Adams 
Administrative Specialist 

Theresa A. Cecil 
Budget Analyst 

Cynthia Carter 

Department of 
Exhibits 

Assistant Director 

Nadya A. Makovenyi 

Program Manager 

Sandy Rittenhouse-Black 

Editor 

David Romanowski 

Audiovisual Unit 

Supervisory Electronics 

Technician 

David N. Heck 

Production Unit 

Supervisory Exhibits Specialist 

Derek P. Fiedler 
Film and Video Production 

Patricia A. Woodside 

Department of 
Museum Operations 

Assistant Director 

Ronald Wagaman 
Deputy Assistant Director 

LeRoy London 
Special Assistant for Plans and 
Programs 

Claude D. Russell 
Department of Building 

Management 
Museum Facilities Manager 

Ida Cleckley 
Computer Services Division 
Manager, Computer Services 

Vacant 
Samuel P. Langley Theater 
Theater and Planetarium 
Operations Manager 

Bridget Shea 



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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 
Assistant Registrar 

Molly Grimsley 
Conservator 

Steve Mellor 
Curator of Photographic 
Archives 

Christraud M. Geary 
Librarian 

Janet Stanley 
Writer/Editor 

Dean Trackman 
Pounding Director Emeritus 
and Senior Scholar 

Warren M. Robbins 



National Museum 
of American Art 



Director 

Elizabeth Broun 
Deputy Director 

Charles J. Robertson 
Development Officer 

Florence K. Miller 



Curatorial Office 

Chief Curator 

Virginia M. Mecklenburg 



Curators 

Richard N. Murray 

Harry Rand 

William P. Truettner 

Janet A. Flint 

Joann G. Moser 

Merry A. Foresta 
Associate Curators 

Robin L. Bolton-Smith 

George Gurney 

Jacquelyn D. Serwer 

Lynda R. Hartigan 

Maricia Battle 
Collections Researcher 

Gwendolyn F Everett 
Senior Conservator 

Stefano Scafetta 
Conservators 

Ann M. Creager 

R. Quentin Rankin, Jr. 

Fern L. Bleckner 

Catherine I. Maynor 

Helen B. Ingalls 

Renwick Gallery 

Curator-in -Charge 
Michael W. Monroe 

Associate Curator 
Jeremy E. Adamson 

Exhibitions Coordinator 
Ellen M. Myette 

Research and Scholars 
Center 

Acting Chief 

Rachel M. Allen 
Research Curator 

Lois M. Fink 
Intern Program Officer 

Patricia H. Chieffo 
Librarian 

Cecilia H. Chin 
Research Databases Coordinator 

Christine Hennessey 
Image Collections Coordinator 

Joan R. Stahl 

Office of Educational 
Programs 

Acting Chief 
Nora M. Panzer 



Special Audience Coordinator 
Margaret P. Cogswell 

Education Specialist 
N. Faye Powe 

Office of Registration 
and Collections 
Management 

Registrar 

Melissa L. Kroning 
Associate Registrar 

Abigail Terrones 
Assistant Registrar 

Michael R. Smallwood 

Office of Design and 
Production 

Chief 

Val E. Lewton 
Designer 

Claire Larkin 
Supervisory Exhibits Specialist 

Anthony R. Giuffreda 
Senior Exhibits Specialist 

Robyn L. Kennedy 
Preparation Coordinator 

Martin J. Kotler 

Office of Publications 

Chief 

Steve Dietz 
Senior Editor 

Lisa C. Siegrist 
Editor 

Richard E. Carter 

Administrative Office 

Administrative Officer 
Maureen E. Damaska 

Administrative Assistant 
James R. Gaglione 

Office of External 
Affairs 

Chief 

W. Robert Johnston 
Assistant Chief 

Barbara M. Cox 
Acting Public Affairs Officer 

David M. Maxfiel 



Office of Facilities 
Management 

Facilities Manager 
Wayne L Wiggins 



National Museum 
of American 
History 

Office of the Director 

Director 

Roger G. Kennedy 
Acting Deputy Director 

Spencer Crew 
Associate Director 

Ronald E. Becker 

Assistant Director for 

Administration 

Elizabeth E. Greene 
Assistant Director for 
Curatorial Affairs 

Lonnie Bunch 
Administrative Specialist 

Shirley Vann 
Special Assistants 

Naomi Glass 

James D. Whoolery 

Office of External 
Affairs 

Director 

Marilyn Lyons 
Public Affairs 

Susan Foster 
Special Events 

Elizabeth Little 

Bee Gee Thompson 

National 

Numismatic 

Collection 

Executive Director 

Elvira Clain-Stefanelli 
Deputy Executive Director 

Cory C. Gillilland 
Curator 

Richard Doty 



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National Postal 
Museum 

Executive Director 
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 
Historian 

Fath Davis Ruffins 

Office of Building 
Management 

Building Manager 
Richard A. Day 

Computer Services 
Center 

Chief 

Dennis S. Dickinson 

Division of 
Conservation 

Head Conservator 

J. Scott Odell 
Conservators 

Andrzej Dajnowski 

Antoinette Dwan 

Lynne Gilliland 

Nikki Horton 

Beth Richwine 

Su2anne 

Thomassen-Krauss 

Paulette Willman 



Department of 
Exhibits 

Assistant Director for Exhibits 
and Public Spaces 

J. Michael Garrigan 
Deputy Assistant Director for 
Exhibits and Public Spaces 

Richard J. Nicastro 
Chief, Design Division 

Harold E. Aber 
Chief, Exhibits Production 

Robert H. Norton 
Chief Historic Restoration 

Terrence Conable 



Department of Public 
Programs 

Assistant Director for Public 
Programs 
Lonn Taylor 
Deputy Assistant Directors for 
Public Programs 
Elizabeth Sharpe 
Harold Closter 
Director, Program in African 
American Culture 
Niani Kilkenny 
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 
Assistant Registrar 

Katherine P. Spiess 



Office of Academic 
Programs 

Director 

GaryKulik 



Department of the 
History of Science 
and Technology 

Acting Chairman 
Edward C. Ezell 

American Indian Program 

Director 

Rayna Green 

Division of Agriculture 
and Natural Resources 

Curators 
Pete Daniel 
G. Terry Sharrer 

Division of Armed 
Forces History 

Curators 

Edward C. Ezell 

Donald E. Kloster 

Harold D. Lang ley 
Historian 

James Hutchins 
Curator Emeritus 

Philip Lundeberg 

Division of Biological 
Sciences 

Curators 

Patricia Gossel 
Linda Tucker 

Division of Computers, 
Information, and 
Society 

Curators 

David Allison 
Jon B. Eklund 

Division of Electricity 
and Modern Physics 

Curators 

Bernard Finn 
Paul Forman 

Division of Engineering 
and Industry 

Curators 

Carlene E. Stephens 



Steve Lubar 
Jeffrey Stine 

Division of Medical 
Sciences 

Curators 

Ramunas A. Kondratas 
Audrey B. Davis 

Division of Physical 
Sciences 

Curators 

Deborah J. Warner 

Division of Transportation 

Curators 

Paul Johnston 
William L. Withuhn 

Curator Emeritus 
John H. White 

Senior Historian's Office 

Senior Historian 
Nathan Reingold 

Technology and Culture 

Editor 

Robert Post 



Department of Social 
and Cultural History 

Acting Chairman 
Anne Golovin 

Afro-American 
Index Project 

Program Specialist 
Sule Greg Wilson 

Division of Ceramics 
and Glass 

Curator 

Susan H. Myers 

Division of 
Community Life 

Curators 

Charles McGovern 
Richard E. AhJborn 
Bernice Johnson Reagon 



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Division of Costume 

Curator 

Claudia B. Kidwell 
Curator Emeritus 

Anne W. Murray 

Division of Domestic Life 

Curators 

Rodris C. Roth 
Barbara C. Smith 

Division of Graphic Arts 

Curators 

Elizabeth M. Harris 
Helena C. Wright 

Division of Musical 
History 

Curators 

James Weaver 
John T. Fesperman 
John E. Hasse 
Cynthia A. Hoover 

Division of Photographic 
History 

Curator 

Eugene Ostroff 

Division of Political 
History 

Curators 

Keith E. Melder 

William L Bird, Jr. 

Edith P. Mayo 
Curator Emeritus 

Margaret B. Klapthor 

Division of Textiles 

Curator 

Rita J. Adrosko 



National Museum 
of the American 
Indian 

Washington, D.C. 

Director 

W.Richard West, Jr. 
Deputy Director 

Douglas Evelyn 
Assistant Director for Public 
Programs 

Rick Hill, Sr. 
Congressional Liaison 

Pablita Abeyta 

New York City 

Assistant Director 

Duane King 
Exhibitions 

Peter Brill 
Film & Video 

Eliza'-x'th Weatherford 
Education 

Judy Brundin 
Resource Center 

Martha de Montano 
Associate Curator 

Mary Jane Lenz 
Conservator 

Marian Kaminitz 
Photo A rchivist 

Sharon Dean 
Registrar 

Lee Callander 
Administrative Officer 

Tamara Levine 



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 

Beverly J. Cox 
Curator of Prints 

Wendy Wick Reaves 
Acting Curator of Photographs 
(to June 16, 1992) 
Ann Shumard 
Curator of Photographs 

(appointed June 16, 1992) 
Mary C. Panzer 
Curator of Education 

Harry Jackson 
Editor of Publications 

Frances K. Stevenson 
Chief, Design and Production 

Nello Marconi 
Keeper, Catalog of A merican 
Portraits 
Linda Thrift 
Editor of the Charles Wrflson 
Peale Papers and 
Historian of American 
Culture 
Lillian B. Miller 
Librarian 

Cecilia Chin 
Senior Photographer 
Rolland White 
Registrar 

Suzanne Jenkins 
Public Affairs Officers 
Sue Ann Prince (to 

September I, 1992) 
Brennan Rash 
Facilities Manager 
Wayne Wiggin 



Office of Exhibits 
Central 

Director 

John Coppola 

Administrative Unit 

Administrative Officer 
Eva M. Clark 



Production Unit 

Assistant Director 

Walter G. Sorrell 
Supervisor, Model Shop 

Benjamin Snouffer 
Supervisor, Fabrication Shop 

Kenneth R. Clevinger 

Design, Editing and 
Graphics Unit 

Acting Assistant Director 
Kenneth V. Young 

Supervisor, Graphics Shop 
Patricia M. Burke 



Office of Museum 
Programs 



Director 

Rex M. Ellis 
Deputy Director 

Teresa K. LaMaster 
Administrative Officer 

Eleanor Coombs 
Administrative Assistant 

Pamela J. Blalock 
Research Program Manager 

Nancy J. Fuller 
Curriculum Manager 

Alyce Sadongei 
Curriculum Planner 

Gayle Edmunds 

Curriculum Programs 

Coordinator 

Bertie J. Lee 
Curriculum Programs Assistant 

Cheryl Wilson 
Professional Services Program 
Manager 

Bruce C. Craig 
Intern Services Coordinator 

Esther Washington 
Intern Programs Assistant 

Sarah Landon 



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Office of 


Education and 


Administrative Officer 
Barbara Strickland 


Illustrator 

Max-Karl Winkler 


Quincentenary 


Public Service 


Program Analyst 


Publications Assistant 


Programs 




Richard Kennedy 


Heidi M. Kupke 






Folklorists 


Director of Information 




Office of the 


Vivien Chen 


Dissemination 


Director 

Alicia M. Gonzalez 


Assistant Secretary 


Diana N'Diaye 
Research Associates 


Patricia McClure 
Director of Outreach 


Deputy Director 


for Education and 


Marjorie Hunt 


Olive Covington 


Jewell S. Dulaney 


Public Service 


Frank Proschan 


Outreach Program Associate 


Program Coordinator 




Nicholas Spitzer 


Elizabeth J. Olivolo 


Luis E. Tassara 




Designer 


Program Assistant 


Program Specialist 


Assistant Secretary 


Joan Wolbier 


Catherine Harris 


Dennis Medina 


James Early 


Technical Coordinator 


Director of the Science and 


Executive Officer 


Administrative Officer 


Pete Reiniger 


Technology for Children 


Audrey Archer 


Linda Solomon 


Program Specialists 


(STC) Project 




Executive Assistant 


Carla Borden 


Joe H. Griffith 




Margaret Bertin 


John Franklin 


Research Specialists, STC 




Program Specialist 


Arlene Reiniger 


Project 


Smithsonian 


Manjula Kumar 


Archivist 


Wendy R. Binder 


1 nstitutinn 


Administrative Specialist 


C. Jeffrey Place 


Debby Deal 


1 FMI'Mffl'fVn 


Toni Brady 


Media Specialist 


David T Hartney 


Traveling 


Budget Analyst 


Guha Shankar 


Patricia L. McGlashan 


Exhibition Service, 


Arleen McClain 


Folkways Specialist 


Katherine E. Stiles 


SITES 


Secretaries 


Dudley Connell 


Program Assistant 


Jenelle Cooper 


Assistant Archivist 


Laura Pierce 




Ainsley Foulds 


Lori Taylor 




Director 


Special Assistant for Applied 








Research 






Anna R. Cohn 


Dave Warren 






Deputy Director 
Loci W Alperin 

Administrative Manager 
Allegra Wright 


Center for Folklife 


National Science 
Resource Center 


Office of 
Elementary and 
Secondary 
Education 


Programs 


Programs and 


Executive Director 




Associate Director 


Cultural Studies 


Douglas M. Lapp 








Deputy Director 


Director 


Myriam Springuel 




Sally G. Shuler 


Ann Bay 




Director 


Executive Administrative 


Deputy Director for 


Scheduling and 


Richard Kurin 


Assistant 


Administration 


Exhibitor Relations 


Special Assistant! Assistant 


Gail Greenberg 


Thomas E. Lowderbaugh 




Secretary Emeritus 


Senior Project Assistant 


Director for Program 


Director 


Ralph Rinzler 


Charmane Beverly 


Development 


Kelli Roberts Brya 


Director, Smithsonian! Folkways 


Financial Officer 


Janice Nail 




Recordings 


Karen Fusto 


Publications Director 


Public Relations 


Anthony Seeger 


Associate Financial Officer 


Michelle Smith 




Senior Folklorist 


Diane Mann 


Coordinator, Teacher Services 


Director 


Peter Seitel 


Director of Publications 


Clare Cuddy 


Liz Hill 


Senior Ethnomusicologist 


Kathleen S. Johnston 


Coordinator, Outreach to 




Thomas Vennum, Jr. 


Writer/Editor 


Underserved A udiences 


Publications 


Festival Director 


Lynn Miller 


Maria del Rosario Basterra 


Diana Parker 


Publications Technology 


Coordinator, Programs with the 


Director 


Director, Quincentenary Projects 


Specialist 


D.C. Public Schools 


Andrea Stevens 


Olivia Cadaval 


Catherine Corder 


Maria Marable 



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Intern Coordinator 
John Henderson 

Program Assistant 
Evelyn Reese 

Administrative Assistant 
Mary Williams 



Wider Audience 

Development 

Program 



Director 

Marshall J. Wong 
Program Assistant 

Andrea Yangas 
Intern 

Brian Armstrong 



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 Office 

Debbie Yang 



Office of 

International 

Relations 



Director 

Francine C. Berkowitz 



Assistant Director 

Brian W J. LeMay 
Administrative Officer 

Saundra A. Thomas 
International Liaison Officers 

Leonard P. Hirsch 

Judy Rodgers Johnson 
International Exchanges Officer 

Raymond W Seefeldt 
International Museum Services 
Project Director 

James E. Sims 



Office of Conference 
Services 



Acting Director 

Francine Berkowitz 
Conference Coordinator 

Devon Brown 



Office of Special 
Events 



Director 

Barbara Spraggins 
Assistant Director 

Vacant 
Special Events Coordinators 

Edmund B. Anderson 

Anne Blattberg 

Cheryl Gibney 

Mary Thomson 
Secretary 

Angela Papa 



Office of 
Telecommunications 



Director 

Paul Johnson 
Deputy Director 

Karen Loveland 



Media Project Development 
Specialist 

Elizabeth Brownstein 
Motion Picture Production 
Specialist 

John W. Hiller 
Audio/Visual Production 
Specialists 

John P. Meehan 

Lee W. Cioffi 

Laura Schneider 

Peter R. C. Erikson 

Jacqueline Gales Webb 

Jean B. Quinnette 
Marketing & Promotion 
Manager 

Denise Freeland 
Marketing Assistant 

Martha Knouss 
Radio Production Specialists 

Wesley Horner 

John Tyler 
Administrative Officer 

Charlotte Brown 
Administrative Assistant 



Smithsonian 
Institution Press 



Director 

Felix Lowe 
Deputy Director 

Vincent MacDonnell 
Financial Manager 

John Ouellette 
Marketing Director 

Gail Grella 
Administrative Officer 

Dorothy Blaska 

University Press 
Division 

Editorial Director 
Daniel Goodwin 

Managing Editor 
Ruth Spiegel 

Managing Editor, Series 
Publications 
Barbara Spann 



Production Manager 

Kenneth Sabol 
Design Manager 

Alan Carter 
Book Development Editor 

Caroline Newman 
Video Acquisition Director 

Andrew Ferguson 

Smithsonian Books 
Division 

Editor-in-Chief 
Patricia Gallagher 

Senior Editor 

Alexis Doster III 

Recordings Division 

Executive Producer 
Bruce Talbot 



Smithsonian 
Magazine 

Editor 

Don Moser 
Illustrations Editor 

Caroline A. Despard 
Board of Editors 

Constance A. Bond 

Jim Doherty 

Timothy Foote 

Marlane A. Liddell 

Sally Scott Maran 

Edgar Rich 

Nancy Seaman 

John P. Wiley, Jr. 
Publisher 

Ronald C. Walker 
Associate Publisher, Advertising 

Thomas H. Black 
Associate Publither, Circulation 

John O'Donnell 
Associate Publisher, 
Administration 

Carey O. Randall 
Circulation Director 

Adeline Sherr 
Director of Production 

E. Cherry Doyle 



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Consultant to the Magazine 
Edward K. Thompson 

Publisher Emeritus 
Joseph J. Bonsignore 

Founding Editor and Publisher 
Edward K. Thompson 



Air & 

Space/Smithsonian 

Magazine 

Editor 

George C. Larson 
Managing Editor 

Tom Huntington 
Picture Editor 

Lee Bartaglia 
Senior Editor 

Linda Musser Shriner 
Departments Editor 

Patricia Trenner 
Publisher 

Ronald C. Walker 
Advertising Director 

Louis C. Kolenda 
Circulation Director 

Gale Page 
Associate Publisher, 
Administration 

Carey O. Randall 
Business Manager 

Shelia Perry-Brannum 
Production Manager 

Sarah D. Kingsley 
Publisher Emeritus 

Joseph J. Bonsignore 



Smithsonian 
National Associate 
Program 

Director 

Joseph Carper 
Assistant Director for Programs 
and Marketing 

Stephen J. Pike 



Contributing 
Membership/James 
Smithson Society/ 
Young Benefactors 

Program Manager 

Fern Segerlind 
Study Tours and Seminars 
Program Manager 

Barbara S. Tuceling 
Deputy Program Manager 

Prudence Clendenning 

U.S. and 
International Events 

Acting Program Manager 
Ann Post 

Research Expeditions 

Program Manager 

Charlene James-Duguid 



Smithsonian 
Resident Associate 
Program 

Director 

Janet W. Solinger 
Special Assistant to the Director 

Cheryl Ann Lytle 

Associate Director for 

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 

Marcus L Overton 

Michael A. Caplin 

Susan Lee Swarthout 
Acting Program Manager 

Penelope Pigott Dann 
Program Coordinators 

Faye Browning 



Thomas Crain 

Penelope Pigott Dann 

Margo Del Vecchio 

Karen M. Gray 
Editor 

Cecelia Reed 
Assistant Editor 

Reed Isbell 
Public Affairs Officer 

Joan Cole 
Membership and Registration 
Manager 

Dennis R. Smoot 
Assistant Membership and 
Registration Manager 

Claudette E. Moore 
Assistant Registration Manager 

Xenia Sorokin Arnelle 
Financial Manager 

Crystal Pruitt Fleary 
Volunteer Coordinator 

Susan R. Mond Carpenter 



Visitor Information 
and Associates' 
Reception Center 

Director 

Mary Grace Potter 
Deputy Director 

Elizabeth Bennett 

Information Resource 
Division 

Unit Manager 
Jane Gardner 

Public Inquiry Mail 
and Telephone 
Information Service 
Unit 

Unit Manager 

{Catherine Neill Ridgley 

7-Day Information 
Service Unit 

Unit Manager 

Sherrie Chapman 



Behind-the-Scenes 
Volunteer Program 

Program Coordinator 
Catherine Morris 



Telephone 
Information Service 

Program Coordinator 
Cordelia Benedict 



Central Services 

Program Coordinator 
Sheila Harris 



Institutional 
Initiatives 

Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for Institutional 
Initiatives 



Assistant Secretary 

Alice Green Burnette 
Special Assistant 

Daniel K. Stevenson 
Program Manager 

Lois A. Noack 



National Museum 
of the American 
Indian National 
Campaign Office 



National Campaign Director 

John L. Colonghi 
Assistant Director for Public 
Relations and Special 
Events 
Susannah Kellems 



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Assistant Director for 

Foundation and Corporate 
Relations 
Johleen Nester 
Program Manager 

Ernestine Potter 
Special Assistant for 

Community Relations 
Cheryl Ray 



Office of 
Development 



Director 

Marie Mattson 
Assistant Director for 
International and 
Institutional Development 
Activities 
Diana D. Duncan 
Assistant Director for 
Corporations and 
Foundations 
Nancy Fischer 
Assistant Director for 
Individual Giving 
Donna Barnard Ari 
Information Manager 
Margo H. Knight 



Executive Assistant 

Betty Lathern 
Special Assistant 

Aileen F. Wakefield 
Ombudsman 

Chandra Heilman 



Office of 
Accounting and 
Financial Services 



Comptroller 

Shireen L Dodson 
Deputy Comptroller 

Robert A. Mills 

Operations 

Manager 

Phillip F. Norton 

Financial Analysis 
and Reporting 

Manager 

Elard J. Phillips 

Financial and Payroll 
Systems 

Manager 

Edward J. Ballotta 



Finance and 
Administration 



Office of the 
Assistant Secretary 
for Finance and 
Administration 



Assistant Secretary 

Nancy D. Suttenfield 
Deputy Director for Finance 

Rick R.Johnson 
Deputy Director for 
Administration 

DJ. (Jack) Hall 



Office of 
Architectural 
History and 
Historic 
Preservation 



Director 

Cynthia R. Field 
Keeper of the OAHP "Castle" 
Collection 

Richard E. Stamm 
Historic Preservation Specialist 

Amy Ballard 
Architectural Historian 

Heather P. Ewing 



Business 
Management Office 

Business Manager 

Joseph Chmelik 
Director, Museum Shops 

Edward Sullivan 
Director, Mail Order 

John Giesecke 
Acting Director, Product 

Development and Licensing 

Hannah Mullin 
Concessions Manager 

Roland Banscher 



Office of 
Contracting and 
Property 
Management 

Director 

Robert P. Perkins 
Deputy Director 

John W. Cobert 
Federal and Trust Contracting 
Division Manager 
Lynn R. Spurgeon 
Procurement Division Manager 

Helen L. Donaldson 
Administration, Program 
Analysis and Property 
Management Division 
Manager 
Robert J. Lewin 
Revenue, Concessions, and 
Business Activity 
Contracting Division 
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 
Acting Chief, Project and 

Construction Management 
Loren D. Raap 
Acting Chief, Engineering and 
Design 
Thomas P. Myers 
Chief, Support 
Laura O. Hoing 



Office of 
Environmental 
Management and 
Safety 



Director 

F. William Billingsley 



Environmental 
Management Division 

Division Chief 

Rachel L. Gregory 



Safety Division 

Division Chief 
Walter G. Bailey 



Fire Protection 
Division 

Division Chief 

J. Andrew Wilson 



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Office of Equal 
Employment and 
Minority Affairs 



Director 

Era L. Marshall 
Complaints Program Manager 

Robert L. Osborne 
Special Assistant to the Director 

McKinley Harris 
Affirmative Action Program 
Manager 

Carol Gover 
Special Emphasis Program 
Manager 

Angela Roybal 



Office of Facilities 
Services 



Director 

Richard L. Siegle 
Program Manager 

(Organization and 
Development) 

Mary Anne Valentine 
Program Manager (Finance) 

Ellen W. Miller 
Education Specialist 

Aimes L. Hill 



Office of Financial 
and Management 
Analysis 



Director 

Michael D. Merson 
Assistant Director for 

Financial A naiysis 

Fran C. Rooney 
Assistant Director for Policy 
Administration 

Jack D. Zickafbose 
Assistant Director for Operations 

Iris A. Thomas 



Office of Human 
Resources 



Director 

Marilyn S. Marton 
Assistant Director, Operations 
Division 
Bernice B. Abram 
Assistant Director, Policy 
Division 
vacant 



Office of 
Information 
Resource 
Management 

Director 

Vincent J. Marcaius 
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 

Computer Services 

Chief 

Michele L. Thatcher 

Administrative 
Services 

Chief 

Judith A. Cooper 

Safety 

Chief 

H. M. Newberry 
Assistant Director, Engineering 
and Support Services 

Lawrence J. Stuebing.Jr. 

Support Division 

Chief 

C.W.Arthur, Jr. 

Material Management 
Branch 

Chief 

Thomas J. Belli no 



Mail Services Branch 

Chief 

Levonia Standi 

Metro Support Branch 

Chief 

A. C. Clark 



Engineering Division 

Chief 

Howard L. Wink, Jr. 



Work 

Coordination/Inspection 

Branch 

Chief 
Vacant 

Facilities Computer 
Operations Branch 

Chief 

Patrick M. O'Neal 

Energy Management 
Branch 

Chief 

Robert Weisman 

Engineering Branch 

Chief 

Forrest Andrews 
Assistant Director, Physical 
Plant Services 

William M. Adams 

Crafts Division 

Chief 

John W. Libby.Jr. 



Transportation Branch Crafts/Trades Branch 



Chief 

Robert Marshall 

Audio Visual Branch 

Chief 

Carole Bellamy 



Chief 

Robert Davis 



Operations Division 

Chief 

Harry I. Goodman 



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Operations Area I 


Laboratory Branch 


Security Systems 


Office of Sponsored 




Chief 


Division 


Projects 


Chief 


Edes F. Talman 


Chief 




Donald A. Pierce 




Warren J. Danzenbaker 


Director 


Operations Area II 


Services Branch 


Health Services 


Ardelle G. Foss 
Grant/Contract Administrator 


Chief 


Chief 

Joyce M. Goulait 


Division 


Karen L. Otiji 
Assistant Director, Growth 


William McPhatter 




Medical Officer 


Management 




NASM Branch 


Vacant 


J. Scott Robinson 


Operations Area III 






David R. Short 


Chief 


Chief 

Mark Avino 


Employee Assistance 


Assistant Director, Financial 
Management 


Robert E. Pine, Sr. 




Program 


Frantz S. Colon 
Grant/Contract Financial 




NMNH Branch 


Manager 

Verdine Frederick 


Analysts 




Chief 




Delores Clyburn 


Office of Planning 


Victor Krantz 


NYC Security 


Leni Figueiras 
Kathleen Hindle 


and Budget 


Color Branch 


Operations 


Indirect Cost/ Analyst 
Ernest L.Duncan Jr. 






Chief 


Administrative Officer 


Acting Director 


Chief 

Joe A. Goulait 


Luis A. Palau 


Mary Ann Shelton 


Mary J. Rodriguez 




Office Assistant 


Assistant Director for Federal 




STRI Security 


Connie E. Compton 


Compliance and Reporting 


Duplicating Branch 






Mary J. Rodriguez 




Chief 




Assistant Director for 


Chief 


Alejandro Arze 




Formulation and 


Herman Thompson 




Travel Services 


Execution 
Richard S. Haas 




Parking Office 


Office 


Assistant Director for Planning 




Manager 




Vacant 


Office of Protection 


John W. Bausch 


Director 




Services 


OPS Supply 


Judith Petroski 


Office cf Printing 


Director 

Dr. Charles A. Hines 


Supply Officer 
James D. Fox 


Office of the 


and Photographic 


Associate Director 




Services 


"Management" 
G. Clifford Boocks 




Treasurer 




Associate Director "Operations" 


Office of Risk 


Treasurer 


Director/Curator 
Jim Wallace 


Thomas H. Bresson 


Management 


Sudeep Anand 


Deputy Director 


Protection Division 






Lorie H. Aceto 




Acting Director 




Production Control Officer 


Chief 


Jacqueline C. Young 




Mary Ellen McCaffrey 


Ronald J. Colaprete 


Disaster Preparedness 
Coordinator 




Special Assignments/ 


Security Services 


Priscilla A. Terry 
Risk Management Analyst 




Photography Branch 


Division 


Katherine Tkac 




Chief 

R irhard Hofmeister 


Chief 
Vacant 


Claims Assistant 
Nancy Lewis 





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Affiliated 
Organization 

The John F. 
Kennedy Center for 
the Performing Arts 



Chairman 

James D. Wolfensohn 
Managing Director 

Lawrence J. Wilker 

National Symphony 
Orchestra 

Executive Director 

Stephen Klein 
General Manager 

Richard B. Hancock 



National Gallery 
of Art 

President 

John R. Stevenson 

Office of the Director 

Director 

Earl A. Powell IU 
Deputy to the Director 

Carol W. Murphy 
Executive Assistant 

Angela LoR£ 

Office of the Deputy 
Director 

Deputy Director 

Roger Mandle 
Mellon Senior Curator 

Andrew C. Robinson 
Senior Curator of Paintings 
and Curator of Modern 
Paintings 
Charles Moffett 



Curator of American and 
British Paintings and 
Deputy Senior Curator of 
Paintings 
Nicolai Cikovsky 
Curator of Northern 

Renaissance Painting 
John O. Hand 
Curator of Southern Renaissance 
Painting 
David O. Brown 
Curator of Northern Baroque 
Painting 
Arthur K. Wheelock 
Curator of Southern Baroque 

Diane DeGrazia 
Curator of Twentieth-Century 
Art 
Jack Cowart 
Curator of Sculpture and 
Decorative Arts 
C. Douglas Lewis 
Curator of Old Master Prints 

H. Diane Russell 
Curator of Old Master 
Drawings 
Margaret Morgan Grasselli 
Curator of Modern Prints and 
Drawings 
Ruth Fine 
Curator of Photography 

Sarah Greenough 
Head, Department of 

Curatorial Records and 
Files 
Nancy Yeide 
Head, Department of Loans 

and the National Lending 
Service 
Stephanie Belt 
Chief Registrar 
Sally Freitag 
Registrar of Collections 

Mary Suzor 
Chief of Conservation 
Ross M. Merrill 
Chairman, Department of 
Painting Conservation 
David Bull 
Head, Department of Paper 
Conservation 
Shelley Fletcher 
Head, Department of Object 
Conservation 
Shelley Srurman 



Head, Department of Textiles 
Conservation 

Julia Burke 
Head, Scientific Research 
Department 

Rene 1 de la Rie 
Head, Loans & Exhibitions 
Conservation 

Mervin Richard 
Chief of Exhibitions Program 

D. Dodge Thompson 
Senior Curator, Chief of Design 

Gaillard F. Ravenel 
Executive Librarian 

Neal T. Turtell 
Curator of Photographic 
Archives 

Ruth Rowe Philbrick 
Editor-in-Chief 

Frances Smyth 
Chief of Visual Services 

Richard Amt 
Head of Education 

Linda Downs 
Head, Adult Programs 
Department 

Lynn Russell 
Head, Department of Education 
Exhibition Programs 

Susan Arensberg 
Head of Education Resources 

Ruth R. Perlin 
Head, Teacher and School 
Programs 

Kathleen Walsh Piper 

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 and 

Venture Programs Officer 
Elizabeth Carbone Perry 
Development Officer 

Laura Fisher 
Assistant to the Director for 
Music 
George Manos 



Chief of Horticulture 
Donald Hand 

Office of the 

Secretary-General 

Counsel 

Secretary-General Counsel 
Philip C. Jessup, Jr. 

Deputy Secretary -General 
Counsel 
Elizabeth A. Croog 

Chief of Gallery Archives 
Maygene Daniels 

Center for Advanced 
Study in the Visual 
Arts 

Dean 

Henry A. Millon 
Associate Dean 

Steven A. Mansbach 
Associate Dean 

Therese O'Malley 

Office of the Treasurer 

Treasurer 

Daniel Herrick 
Deputy Treasurer 

Ann R. Leven 
Comptroller 

Dale Rinker 

Office of the 
Administrator 

Administrator 

Anne B. Evans 
Deputy Administrator 

Darrell Willson 
Personnel Officer 

Michael B. Bloom 
Chief of Protection Services 

Jay Chambers 
Gallery Architect 

James M. Grupe 
Chief Publications Sales 

R. Keith Webb 



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Reading Is 
Fundamental, Inc. 

Chairman of the Board 

Mrs. Elliot Richardson 
President 

Ruth Graves 
Director of Finance 

Christina Mead 
Director, Resource Coordination 

Azie Taylor Morton 
Director, Systems, Computer, 
and Support Operations 

Don Perron 
Director of Development 

Wade St. Clair 
Director of Special Projects 

Nancy Sullivan 
Director of Programs 

James Wendorf 
Finance Officer 

Oriente Arzadon 
Senior Writer/Editor 

Gail Oerke 
Deputy Director, Programs 

VictoriaJ. 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 DIA LOG UE 

George L. Seay 
Director of Fellowships 

Ann C. Sheffield 

International Studies 
Division 

Director 

Robert S. Lirwak 



Division of Regional 
and Comparative 
Studies 

Director, Asia Program 

Mary Brown Bullock 
Director, East European Studies 

John R. Lampe 
Director, Kennan Institute for 
Advanced Russian Studies 

Blair A. Ruble 
Director, Latin American 
Program 

Joseph S. Tulchin 
Director, West European Studies 

Samuel F. Wells, Jr. 

Division of United 
States Studies 

Director 

Michael J. Lacey 



History, Culture and 
Society Program 

Director 

James M. Morris 

Media Studies Project 

Director 

Lawrence W Lichty 

The Woodrow 
Wilson Center Press 

Director of Publications 
Richard Rowson 

The Wlson Quarterly 

Editor 

Jay Tolson 
Publisher 

Kathy Read 



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Appendix 7 



Donors to the Smithsonian Institution in 
Fiscal Year 1992 



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 collection, and in-kind 
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. 



Joseph Henry Papers 

Donors of Financial Support 
$1, 000 or more 
Reingold, Nathan 

Sciences 

Conservation Analytical 
Laboratory 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10,000 or more 

The Samuel H. Kress Foundation 



National Museum of 
Natural History 

Donors to the Collection 

Institutions 

Exchange/Gift 

Field Museum of Natural History: 47 

plants (397257. 398I37)- 
Herbario Universitario, Venezuela: 657 

plants (398618). 
Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brazil: 653 

plants (399018). 
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de 

Mexico, Mexico: 102 plants (401429). 

Exchange 

Academy of Sciences, Russia: 100 plants 
(396914); 101 fishes (399281). 

American Museum of Natural History: 
I meteorite spec. (382912). 



Australian Institute of Marine Science, 
Australia: 8 crustaceans (399281). 

Australian Museum, Australia: 6 fishes 
(398324). 

Australian National University, 
Australia: 25 plants (397244). 

Bernice P. Bishop Museum: 205 plants 
(398698, 399043); 10 fishes (397399)- 

Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Ger- 
many: 7 crustaceans (397496). 

California Narural History Museum of 
Los Angeles County: 37 worms 
(379361). 

California, University of: 48 plants 

(397277); 1 fish (399305)- 
Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada: 

158 plants (397296). 
Colorado, University of: 3 fossil primate 

casts (399813) 
Copenhagen, Universiry of, Denmark: 

56 plants (399040). 
Departmento de Recursos Narurales, 

Puerto Rico: 113 plants (398159). 
Field Museum of Natural History: 81 

plants (399023, 401430). 
Florida, University of: 7 casts of fossil 

mammal (397941). 
Goteborg, University of, Sweden: 71 

plants (401434). 
Harvard University: 207 plants 

(398692); 3 fishes (357201, 394288); 1 

fossil cast (399737). 
Herbario Barbosa Rodriguez (HBR), 

Brazil: 50 plants (398624). 
Herbarium Jutlandicum, Denmark: 888 

plants (398620). 
Huntsman Marine Laborarory, Canada: 

9 fishes (374813). 
India, Zoological Survey of, India: 15 

fishes (400856). 
Institute of Volcanic Geology and Geochem- 
istry, Russia: 88 volcanic rocks (400282). 
Jardin Botanico Nacional, Dominican 

Republic: 109 plants (398701). 
Lamar Universiry: I fossil cast of a skull 

and jaws (397960). 
Miami, University of: 13 fishes (281161). 
Minnesota, Universiry of: 13 caddisfbes 

(399930). 
Missouri Botanical Garden: 205 plants 

(398194, 401157). 
Moscow State University, Russia: 4 

crustaceans (394153). 
Museo Civico di Storia Naturale, Italia: 

48 fishes (400875). 



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Museo Civico di Storia Naturale, Italy: 

4 sawflies (397206); 48 fishes 

(400875). 
Museo NacionaJ de Historia Natural, 

Bolivia: 406 plants (398112). 
Museo de Historia Natural, Peru: 571 

fishes (396920). 
Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Brazil: 

6 fossil dungong casts (399811). 
Museum National D'Histoire 

Narurelle, France: 181 plants 

(397279); 5 fishes 397439. 399290- 
National Taiwan University, Republic 

of China: 15 fishes (332600). 
National Tropical Botanical Garden: 

241 plants (398690, 401846). 
Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, 

Austria: 3 ants (397208). 
Natuurmuseum Rotterdam, The 

Netherlands: 6 birds (397099). 
Otago, University of, New Zealand: 2 

fossil reptile bones cast (397961). 
Philadelphia Academy of Natural Scien- 
ces: 7 fishes (304659); 136 bird mum- 
mies (400823). 
Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio 

Grande do Sul Museu, Brazil: 68 

fishes (397414). 
Queensland Herbarium, Australia: 31 

plants (399035). 
Royal Botanic Gardens, England: 17 

plants (398669). 
Texas, University of: 91 plants (395492, 

398691, 399003). 
Tulane University: 119 plants (401155). 
Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, 

Canada: 5 fossil bird bones casts 

(395667). 
University Marine Biological Station 

Millport, Scotland: 7 crustaceans 

(392625). 
Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia: I 

plant (398131). 
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de 

Mexico, Mexico: 464 plants (397281). 
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 

Colombia: 7 plants (399063). 
Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil: 16 

plants (398647). 
Utah Sate University: 35 plants (401207). 
Washington, University of: 63 + 

echinoderms (335865). 
Western Australian Museum, Australia: 

II shrimps (385037); 6 plants 

(302244); 3 fishes (399366)- 



Yale University: 1 meteorite (322556). 
Zoological Museum, Russia: 2 beetles 
(399886). 

Gift 

Aarhus Universitet, Denmark: 109 
plants (397272. 397328, 399074)- 

Academy of Natural Sciences, Russia: 
22 worms (400252). 

Agriculture Canada, Canada: 4 wasps 

(399529)- 
Alabama, University of: 15 crustaceans 

(395957)- 

American Museum of Natural History: 
22 wasps (398385). 

Amsterdam, University of, Nether- 
lands: 26 plants (398676, 398682). 

Archbold Biological Station: 13 wasps 
(401377). 

Arizona, University of: 77+ mollusks 
(396239, 398198); 94 plants (398650, 

398999. 399039)- 

Arkansas State University: 3 beetles 
(399945, 401337); 20 crustaceans 
(346020, 397528). 

Asociacion Jardin Botanico La Laguna, 
El Salvador: 26 plants (398635). 

Atlantic County New Jersey Office of 
the Prosecutor: 1 nearly complete 
human skeleton (390883). 

Australian Museum, Australia: 20 crus- 
taceans (397513); 5 worms (400247). 

Australian National University, 

Australia: 13 echinoderms (399248). 

Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History 
Museum and Zoo, Bermuda: 2 
worms (397386). 

Bernice P. Bishop Museum: 5 fishes 
(397428, 398852, 400907); 3 plants 
(399044. 402232). 

Biological Survey, New York St. Educa- 
tion Dept.: 7 flies (401718). 

Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Ger- 
many: 2 crustaceans (397500). 

Bioloski Instiut Jovana Hadzija, Yugos- 
lovia: 100+ mollusks (398248). 

Black Hills Institute of Geological 
Research, Inc.: 3 fossil bird skeletons 

(398525). 
Bowling Green University: 86 fossils 

(399733)- 

Bridgewater State College: 2 worms 
(325520). 

Brigham Young University: 3 crus- 
taceans (397482). 



British Museum (Natural History), 
England: 3 crustaceans (397482); I 
fish (400866); 88+ echinoderms 
(395463). 

Brown University: 22 crustaceans 
(395990). 

CRIP — Patzcuaro, Mexico: 34 crus- 
taceans (397493)- 

California Natural History Museum of 
Los Angeles County: 33 echinoderms 
(395432); 559 mollusks (398208, 
398211). 

California State University: 10 
echinoderms (401500). 

California, University of: 112 plants 
(397317. 397662, 397707. 398I4I. 
398148. 3999024, 399033); 5 crus- 
taceans (399375); 109+ echinoderms 
(395472, 395639. 399232, 399234, 
397774, 400866). 

Cambridge, University of, England: I 
echinoderm (401486). 

Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada: 1 
worm (397353)- 

Canfield Fund: 20 minerals (394565, 
396328, 396369, 396388, 397000, 

397034, 398727, 398734)- 

Carleton University, Canada: 3 beetles 
(399862). 

Carnegie Museum: 6 insects (399498, 
398498,401744). 

Cedem International: 3 sponges (399263). 

Central Michigan University: I 
protozoan slide (397791). 

Centre ORSTOM de Cayenne, France: 
476 plants (396893, 396894, 396895, 
396896, 396898, 396899, 396900, 
396901, 396902 398151, 398178, 
398674, 398679, 399005. 399047. 
401856). 

Centre de Rechercher Oceanographique, 
Republique de Cote D'lvoire: 80 + 
fishes (252914). 

Centro de Ecologia Aplicada del Litoral, 
Argentina: 9 crustaceans (392619). 

Centro Internacional de la Papa, Peru: a 
plant (398134). 

Centro Investigaciones de Quintna Roo, 
Mexico: 29+ crustaceans (392612, 
397521. 399462, 399462, 399468). 

Chamberlain Fund: 2 Iocs and 7 minerals 
(394512. 397002, 398722, 398735)- 

Charleston Museum: 8 barkcloths, orna- 
ment, drum, and Man-catcher 
(390861). 



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Clemson University: 2 crustaceans 

(395979. 401062). 
Coastal Planning & Engineering: I 

sponge (399137)- 
Columbus America Discovery Group: 

17 echinoderms (386969). 
Companhia Vale do Rio Doce, Brazil: 

17 plants (398129). 
Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la 

Ville de Geneve, Switzerland: I plant 

(397245)- 
Continental Shelf Associates: 4 

echinoderms (395470, 399241). 
Coral Reef Research Foundation, 

Federated States of Micronesia: 24 + 

echinoderms (401502). 
Cornell University: 5 fishes (399286). 
Costa Rica, University of, Costa Rica: 2 

echinoderms (399271). 
Cove Corporation: 6,008+ worms 

(395803, 397360). 
Defenders of Wildlife: 4 birds (399840, 

400806). 
DEIXIS: 2,090+ mollusks (396270, 

396302, 398225, 398265, 400404). 
Departamento de Biologia-FFCLRP, 

Brazil: 15 fishes (399369). 
Drake Fund: 4,926 insects (401965). 
Drew University: 35 worms (313962). 
Eastern Connecticut State University: 1 

plant (397697)- 
Eastern Marine Fisheries Development 

Center, Thailand: 73+ worms 

(386724, 388559). 
Fairchild Tropical Garden: 9 plants 

(401841). 
Field Museum of Natural History: 5 

plants (391726). 
First National Bank of Cincinnati: 7 

ethnological artifacts (380523). 
Fisheries Institute, Egypt: 2 

echinoderms (395462). 
Florida, Department of Agriculture and 

Consumer Service: 90+ crustaceans 

401066). 
Florida, Cooperative Extension Service: 

20+ worms (400251). 
Florida, Department of Natural Resour- 
ces: 2 echinoderms (399248); 1 crus- 
tacean (399459)- 
Florida Oceanographgy Society: 20+ 

crustaceans (397447). 
Florida, University of: 5 wasps (398370); 

1 plant (398621); 2 fossil sirenian 

skeleton and skull casts (399096). 



Fundacao Universidade de Brasilia, 

Brazil: 1 plant (397692). 
Genstar Stone Products Company: 1 

mineral (397031). 
Geobotanisches Institut Ethz, Switzer- 
land: 2 plants (399036). 
George Washington University: 500+ 

echinoderms (397758). 
Georgia, University of: 128 mites (398965). 
Ghent State University, Belgium: 12 

crustaceans (395958). 
Global Diamonds, Inc.: 1 set of 

diamond alphabet letters (394558). 
Guam, University of, Guam: I 

echinoderm (401487). 
Guatemala Methods Med. Fly Station, 

Guatemala: 32 flies (401724). 
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory: 20 

crustaceans (303107, 401080). 
Harbor Branch Oceanographic 

Museum: 7 echinoderms (399230). 
Harvard University: 4 worms (397348); 

15 plants (398622). 
Hawaii, University of: 10 fishes 394952); 

200+ worms (395806); 5 fossils 

(397882). 
Heard Natural Science Museum & 

Wildlife Sanctuary: 8 crustaceans 

(394093. 395945)- 
Herbario Barbosa Rodrigues - HBR, 

Brazil: no plants (398698, 399019). 
Herbario Nacional de Venezuela, 

Venezuela: 2 plants (399017). 
Herbario Universitario, Venezuela: 8 

plants (398124). 
Hokkaido Tokai University, Japan: 35 

mites (398904); 25+ crustaceans 

(399419)- 

Idaho, University of: 1 plant (398662). 

Indiana University: 37 crustaceans 
(397506). 

Institut za Biologijo, Yugoslavia: 31 
crustaceans (395971). 

Institute of Marine Biology, USSR: 22 
worms (400252). 

Institute of Marine Sciences: 25 crus- 
taceans (399227); 4 protozoan slides 

(397765. 399"7)- 
Institute of Systematic Botany, The 

Netherlands: 192 plants (397674, 

397674, 401776, 402225). 
Institute of Wildlife & Environmental 

Toxicology: 2 crayfish (401062) 
Instituto de Biologia, UNAM, Mexico: 

1 damselfly/dragonfly (401310). 



Instituto de Botanica Darwinion, Repub- 
lica Argentina: 26 plants (397663). 

Instituto de Ciencias del Mar Barcelona, 
Spain: 33 crustaceans (399466). 

Instituut voor Taxonomische Zoology , 
The Netherlands: 12+ mollusks 
(396236, 396308); 16 worms (400235). 

Iowa, University of: 373+ echinoderms 
(392622). 

James Madison University: 14 crus- 
taceans (401064). 

Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro, 
Brazil: 10 plants (391260). 

Johns Hopkins University: 2 
echinoderms slides (395473). 

Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Colom- 
bia: 10 echinoderms (401485). 

Kansas, University of: 12 scorpionflies 
(401742). 

Karachi, University of, Pakistan: 2 crus- 
taceans (399464). 

Kentucky, University of: 2 plants 
(397689). 

King Fahd Univiversity of Petroleum &c 
Minerals Resources Institute, Saudi 
Arabia: 3 worms (371256). 

Louisville, University of: 3 mollusks 

(398237)- 
Lund Universitet, Sweden: 30 

protozoans slides (399257, 399405, 

401498). 
Malay, University of, Malaysia: 16+ 

echinoderms (397752). 
Maine, University of: n crustaceans 

(395982). 
Marine Biological Laboratory: 81 crus- 
taceans (401054). 
Marine Environment Consortium: 2 

echinoderms (393656). 
Massachusetts, University of: 191 fishes 

(397433)- 

McGill University, Canada: 55 plants 
(397720). 

Miami, University of: 14+ echinoderms 
(237045). 

Michigan, University of: 477 crus- 
taceans (362528). 

Mineral Fund: 29 minerals (388290, 
393152, 394564, 396370, 396402, 
396403, 396404, 396405. 397003, 
397004, 397005, 397006, 397007, 
397008, 397039, 397055. 397089, 
398737)- 

Mininterio rio del Ambiente, 
Venezuela: 19 plants (402241). 



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Minnesota, University of: 13 caddisflies 

(39993°)- 
Missouri Botanical Garden: 1,808 plants 

(397271, 398106, 398117, 398140, 

398702, 399070, 401829). 
Montana, University of: 8 plants 

(398110). 
Museo Botanico Municipal, Brazil: 18 

plants (401449). 
Museo Civico Di Storia, Italy: 19 

sawflies (401303). 
Museo Nacional de Costa Rica, Costa 

Rica: 2 plants (401775). 
Museu Botanico Municipal, Brazil: 46 

plants (397320). 
Museu Nacional (UFRJ), Brazil: 12 

corals (397751). 
Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 

France: 5 mollusks (397460); 21 crus- 
taceans (397460, 401061). 
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Ton- 

garewa, New Zealand: 60 fishes 

(402123). 
Museum of Shells & Marine Life: 3 crus- 
taceans (391371). 
Nanjing University, Peoples Republic 

of China: 2 plants (397736). 
National Institute of Oceanography, 

India: 32 crustaceans (307459). 
National Museum of Natural History, 

The Netherlands: 566+ crustaceans 

395941)- 

National Museum of New Zealand, 
New Zealand: 5 birds (399207). 

National Natuurhistorisch Museum, The 
Netherlands: 1 echinoderm (397793). 

National Sun Yat-sun University, Repub- 
lic of China: 1 echinoderm (395460). 

National Taiwan Ocean University, 
China: 5 crustaceans (397503). 

National Taiwan University, China: 2 
fishes (397406). 

New Hampshire, University of: 2 cad- 
disflies (398388). 

New Mexico State University: 10 plants 
(397248). 

New York Botanical Garden: 157 plants 
(397286, 397314, 401786)- 

New Zealand Oceanographic In- 
stitute, New Zealand: 125 + 
echinoderms (373872). 

North Carolina Central University: 59 
echinoderms (397747- 399268). 

North Carolina Wildlife Resources 
Commission: 250+ clams (398280). 



North Carolina, University of: 15 fossils 

(399760). 
Northeastern University: 50+ worms 

(312973)- 
Northern Arizona University: 3 + 

echinoderm slides (399225, 401501). 
Northern Territory Museum of Arts & 

Sciences, Australia: 12 echinoderms 

(393685); 1 crustacean (386595). 
Nova Oceanographic Center: 20 corals 

(395471). 
Of Sea And Shore, Inc.: 11 crustaceans 

(391371. 397445. 3994^9)- 
Ohio State University: 1 crustacean 

(399422). 
Oklahoma, Univetsity of: 2 

echinoderms (399240, 399262). 
Old Dominion University: 15 crus- 
taceans (397464); 25+ mollusks 

(398283). 
Oporto, University of, Portugal: 2 

echinoderm slides (399244). 
Oregon State University: 1 plant 

(401844). 
Oregon, University of: 70 fishes 

(397415)- 

ORSTOM Direction Generale, Bolivia: 
3 plants (398156). 

Philadelphia Academy of Natural Scien- 
ces: 50+ mollusks (396286); 62 plants 
(398I35)- 

Pittsburgh, University: 20 worms 
(400269). 

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United 
Kingdom: 7 crustaceans (395976, 
399428). 

Pont Universidad Catolica do Rio Grande 
do Sul, Brazil: 50+ fishes (402148). 

Puerto Rico, University of, Puerto Rico: 
24 crustaceans (363003, 397457, 
399418); 7 fishes (398322). 

Queensland Institute of Medical Re- 
search, Australia: 204 crustaceans 
(295929). 

Royal British Columbia Musem, 
Canada: 2 dragonflies (398389). 

Royal Ontario Museum, Canada: 7 fishes 
(399368); 12 insects (401698, 401746). 

San Diego Natural History Museum: 11 
mollusks (398211, 398238). 

San Diego State University: 1,100+ crus- 
taceans (399391). 

San Diego Water Utilities Department 
and Metro Wastewater Division: 6 
crustaceans (399410) 



Satratov State University, Russia: 82 

fossils (399797). 
Science Application International Cor- 
poration: 55+ crustaceans (367996); 5 

worms (400244). 
Sea Fisheries Research Institute, South 

Africa: 1 crab (397514). 
Shannon Point Marine Center: 11 

crustaceans (395951, 395953). 
Shikoku University, Japan: 4 crus- 
taceans (399415). 
South Alabama, Unversity of: 2 

crustaceans (392626). 
South Australian Museum, Australia: 5 

echinoderms (395461, 399143). 
South Carolina Department of Wildlife 

and Marine Resources: 2 crustaceans 

(401034). 
South Carolina, University of: 5 plants 

(401835). 
Southern Arkansas University: 156+ 

crustaceans (395965, 397446, 399385, 

399426, 399435)- 
Southern California, University of: 2 

echinoderms (397788, 399754). 
Southern Illinois University: 83 

crustaceans (399453). 
Springer Fund: 25+ fossils (396708). 
State University of New York: 7 crus- 
taceans (399467). 
Stirling, University of, United 

Kingdom: 20+ mollusks (398205). 
Stuart Fund: 6 minerals (393134, 

396406, 396999. 397017. 398730). 
Sussex, University of, United Kingdom: 

3 crustaceans (399395). 
Swedish Museum of Natural History, 

Sweden: 20+ mollusks (396294). 
T F. H. Publications, Inc.: 2 fishes 

(399288). 
Texas A Sc M University: 41 crustaceans 

(397459. 399413. 3994H)- 
Texas, The University of: 2 worms 

(316830); 12 plants (399067, 399645). 
Tokyo, University of, Japan: 1,246 

echinoderms (392211). 
Toronto, University of, Canada: 2 crus- 
taceans (396005). 
Transkei, University of, South Africa: 

29 plants (397318). 
Tulane University: 7 fossils (394083, 

399734)- 
Tulsa, University of: I mollusk (398276). 
UNELLEZ — Guanare, Venezuela: 16 

plants (391727), 



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UNESP— Campus Rio Preto, Brazil: 65 

ferns (401828). 
Unidad Merida, Mexico: 12 + worms 

(394236). 
Universidad Austral, Chile: 5+ crus- 
taceans (392655); 12 fishes (400882). 
Universidad Central de Venezuela: 13 

plants (399042.)- 
Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia: 15 

plants (391725, 397678, 401852). 
Univetsidad de Caldas, Colombia: 114 

plants (375164). 
Universidad de Concepcion, Chile: 2 

crustacean (399423). 
Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela: 1 

plant (398697). 
Universidad del Valle: 62 plants 

(3987°°. 399030, 402239). 
Universidad Mayor de San Andres, 

Bolivia: 3 plants (391729). 
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mex- 
ico, Mexico: 10+ worms (395804); 40+ 

crustaceans (341564); 4 plants (397280). 
Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil: 22 

worms (269449); '6 plants (398677); 

10 fishes (400847); 30 crustaceans 

(401089). 
Universidade Estadual de Campinas 

(UNICAMP), Brazil: 4 plants 

(396913. 398115)- 
Universidade Estadual Paulista 'Julio 

de Mesquita Filho', Brazil: 20 plants 

(398115)- 
Univerdade Federal de Minas Gerais, 

Brazil: 3 beetles (400570). 
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, 

Brazil: 19+ crustaceans (395966). 
Universitat Hamburg, Germany: 3 crus- 
taceans (395983); 2 fishes (397402). 
Universitat Wien, Austria: 6 plants 

(398653). 
Universite de Provence, France: 6 

worms (397372). 
University Marine Biological Station, 

Scotland: 10 crustaceans (397536). 
Vermont, University of: 16 crustaceans 

(396003). 
Vienna, University of, Austria: 4 worms 

(32J398). 

Virginia Department of Transportation: 
1 mineral (400702). 

Virginia Highlands Community Col- 
lege: 1 plant (3977^5)- 

Virginia Living Museum: 3 birds 
(389378). 



Washington Hilton Hotel: 1 snowy owl 

(399209). 
Washington, University of: 125 worms 

(305921, 376791)- 
West Florida, University of: 1 

echinoderm slide (395449). 
West Indies, University of the, Jamaica: 

4 crustaceans (399406); 18 fishes 

(400879). 
Western Australian Museum, Australia: 

2 crustaceans (397505). 
Western Kentucky University: 650 + 

crustaceans (340519). 
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy: 17 

crustaceans (397478). 
Wildlife Research Laboratory: 23 crus- 
taceans (399454, 401058). 
Wittenberg University: 10 crustaceans 

(396000). 
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institu- 
tion: 5 rnollusks (396293); 1 

echinoderm (397768). 
Zhongshan (Sun Yatsen) University, 

China: 19 plants (402228). 
Zooiogisk Museum, Denmark: 38 

worms (397347). 

Found in Collections 

Smithsonian Institution: 5 archeological 
artifacts (361220); 4,308 invertebrate, 
vertebrate & botanical fossils 
(382505); 50+ rnollusks (396240); 107 
birds (398577)- 

Transfer 

Agriculture, U. S. Dept. of: 91 plants 
(397278, 397306, 398696); 15,735 
insects (397178, 401927). 

Commerce, U. S. Dept. of: 120+ crus- 
taceans (380018, 381750); 755 

fishes (394276, 396956, 398344. 399293. 
400917); 687+ worms (395797, 
397354)- 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum: 1 feather 
blanket (378797). 

Defense, U. S. Dept. of: 85+ crustaceans 

(335517. 397504)- 

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institu- 
tion: 1 worm (395444). 

Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Gar- 
den: 688 artifacts (370312). 

Interior, Dept of: Bureau of the Mines: 1 
mineral (396375); Fish & Wildlife Ser- 
vice: 4 crustaceans (395938); 337 birds 
(358569, 398575); 5 crustaceans 



(397454. 397498); 2 fishes (246720); 
98 mammals (402349); 2 rnollusks 
(391329); a fossil walrus skull 
(396672); U. S. Geological Survey: 9 
minerals (400703, 400726); 834 fos- 
sils (393093. 396651, 397959. 398524, 
398539. 399U2, 399H3, 399114, 
399116, 399139. 399187. 400960, 
400994, 401619); 2 pumice stones 
and 1,185 volcanic rocks (393446, 
394614, 394618, 400284, 400289); Na- 
tional Park Service: 175 crustaceans 
(372909); 44 plants (397727. 398639, 
398673). 

National Science Foundation: 912 
Antarctic meteorites (401657). 

Smithsonian Astrophysical Obser- 
vatory: I meteorite (398975). 

Smithsonian Environmental Research 
Center.: 33 crustaceans (395960). 

Smithsonian Museum of American His- 
tory: 8 Polynesian barkcloths 
(390913). 

Smithsonian National Zoological Park: 
18 mammals (397795); 15 birds 
(398076, 398576). 

Smithsonian Sorting Center: 16,858 crus- 
taceans (383101, 389889); 3,186 
echinoderms (395425, 401494); 65 
fishes (398817); 21,521+ worms 
(280625, 311230, 327597. 397346); 
70+ fossils (397877). 

Individuals 

Collected for the Museum 

Pedro Acevedo: 996 plants (397688, 

399065, 399066, 399078, 399081, 

401470). 
Dr. R. Aronson: 22 echinoderms 

(390717). 
George Barrett, Sr.: 2 birds (254031). 
J. Benito: 1 worm (400241). 
Dr. Thomas E. Bowman: 33 crustaceans 

(401063). 
Michael Brett -Surman: 1 dinasaur fossil 

(400949). 
Dr. Stephen D. Cairns: 80+ corals 

(395446). 
Luis Chiappe: See also Dr. Storrs L 

Olson (398592). 
Francisco Dallmeier: 37 plants 

(399002). 
Dt. Don R. Davis: 1,765 insects (401988). 



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Dr. Carlos A. S. de Lucena: 1,702 fishes 

(3983I9)- 
Dr. Pete J. Dunn: 25 + minerals (397015, 

400741). 
Robert B. Faden: 59 plants (399062). 
Dr. Kristian Fauchald: 813+ worms 

(395795. 400239). 
Christian Feuillet: 179 plants (380171, 

398123). 
Dr. Oliver S. Flint, Jr.: 3,238 misc. 

insects (398882, 398928). 
Dr. Kurt Fredriksson: 4 volcanic rocks 

(400281). 
Vicki Funk: 133 plants (378296). 
Dr. Gary R. Graves: 80 birds (399218). 
Roger B. Griffis: 55+ crustaceans, 2 

fishes (399448)- 
Gerald F. "Stinger" Guala: 112 plants 

(397335) 

Dr. M. G. Harasewych: 4 fossils 
(386328). 

Elizabeth Harris: 120 plants (399999). 

Dr. Robert Hershler: 34,990 mollusks 
(398184). 

Dr. Leo J. Hickey: 18 fossil plants 
(401590). 

William Hilgartner: 14 plants (398126). 

Bruce Hoffman: 2000 plants (399998). 

Dr. Nicholas Hotton III: 12 fossil ver- 
tebrates (376416). 

Dr. Richard S. Houbrick: 15+ fresh- 
water snails (396272). 

Dr. G. David Johnson: 459+ fishes 
(398849). 

Dr. Brian Kensley: 100+ echinoderms 
(397524); 200+ worms (337561, 

3975*4)- 
John Kilar: 700 plants (381349). 
Dr. Robert Merrill King: 80 plants 

(399635) 

Dr. Karen Koltes: 34 crustaceans 

(380009). 
W. John Kress: 91 plants (398099, 

399055. 399658, 400650, 401215, 

402233, 402235). 
Peter Kroehler: 7 slabs of fossil 

footprints (399128). 
J.Jerry Landye: 250+ freshwater snails 

(398247)- 
Ronald J. Larson: 1 lizard (300990). 
William D. Lee: 12 crustaceans (401036). 
Niles Lindquist: See also John 

Lindquist (381349). 
Dr. Raymond B. Manning: 3 crabs 

(401037). 



Dr. Brian Mason: 100 rocks (397860, 

400280). 
Dr. Wayne N. Mathis: 1,148 misc. in- 
sects (401745). 
Dr. James G. Mead: 3 assorted marine 

mammals (397819). 
Dr. Jon Norenburg: 6 worms (400240). 
Dr. Storrs L. Olson:. 319 birds (398592). 
F. Pardos: See also J. Benito (400241). 
Dr. Lynne R. Parenti: 1933 fish (395699). 
Dr. David Pawson: See also Dr. R. 

Aronson (390717). 
Paul M. Peterson: 683 plants (401798). 
George Phebus: 108,018 archaeological 

artifacts (361357). 
Paul W. Pohwat 6 minerals (396995). 
Dr. Jeffrey E. Post: 19 minerals (400733, 

400761). 
Dr. Kenneth Rasmussen: 1 echinoderms 

(401496). 
Timothy Rose: See also Dr. Jeffrey Post; 

(400761); 10 minerals (400762); See 

also Dr. M. Wise (397061). 
Charles A. Ross: I fish (392757). 
Dr. Greg Rouse: 20+ worms (395794); 

See also Linda Ward (397392). 
Dr. Stanwyn G. Shelter: 50 plants 

(402224). 
Dr. I. G. Sohn: 1 coral (396631). 
Larry Spear: 93 seabirds (395734). 
Dr. Dennis Stanford: 22 artifacts 

(369882). 
Michael J. Sweeney: 3,000+ worms 

(319634)- 
Paul Taylor: 1 plant (381289). 
Dr. Warren L. Wagner: 369 plants 

(397694. 399585. 3996io, 399619. 

400042, 401227). 
Linda A. Ward: 874+ worms (397392). 
Waldo R. Wedel: 354 lithic & bone 

artifacts (356620). 
Dr. Austin Williams: 5 crustaceans 

(401087). 
Jeffrey T Williams: 7,442 fishes 

(390807); 6 crustaceans (3974°3)- 
Robert Wilson: See also Linda Ward 

(397391)- 
Dr. M. Wise: 18 minerals (397061). 
Dr. Ellis L Yochelson: 10 fossils (396641). 

Exchange 

Dr. Masaki Abe: 23 North American 

sawflies (399535)- 
Dr. John Bailey: 19 volcanic rocks 

O97854)- 



Dr. Shelby J. Boardman: 3 meteorites 

(398972). 
Dr. Jose Bonaparte: 25 casts of fossil 

mammal teeth (398502). 
Robert A. Haag: 2 meteorites (396987). 
Dr. Marian Kotrba: 25 flies (401692). 
Dr. V. A. Mutin: 18 flower flies (401946). 
Dr. James Schwade: 8 meteorites 

(389695. 393419. 3934*8, 401881). 
Dr. Masahiro Tanimoto: a cast of a fossil 

dinosaur tooth (396688). 
Dr. Fouad Tera: 1 meteorite (402481). 
Prof. Rodolfo Trevino: 8 meteorites 

(335609). 

Gift 

Paul M. Adams: I mineral (397027). 
Velma Adams (Deceased): 2 necklaces 

(390868). 
Dr. Peter H. Adler: 2,383 miscellaneous 

insects (398884). 
Donald W Agee: 1 fossil bone (396697). 
Professor Edward Anders: 7 meteorites 

(402474). 
Arthur Anderson: 1 cut beryl (400713). 
William R. Anderson, Jr.: a stone pipe 

(390869). 
Matthew C. Andrea; 1 fossil bird (401544). 
Dr. Fred G. Andrews: 2 beetles (398872). 
J. Philip & Claudia J. Angle: 3 frozen 

birds (397122). 
Larry Anitorn: 17 spiders (399865). 
Dr. Shelton P. Applegate: 1 fossil cast 

(395640). 
Dr. Brian Armitage: 46 misc. insects 

(397199, 401750). 
Dr. Paul H. Arnaud, Jr.: 115 flies 

(398877)- 
John F. Arthur: 3 fossils (397943). 
Dr. Sidney R. Ash: 21 fossil plants 

(399730). 
Wallace Ashby: I fossil (398526). 
Mr. & Mrs. Wallace L. Ashby: 12 fossil 

bird bones (398498, 398526, 400974). 
Dr. T. H. Atkinson: 14 beetles (401713). 
Merle Ayres: 3 fossil gastropods 

(397919)- 
Dave Baggett: 42 misc. insects (398929). 
Dr. Julie Bailey-Brock: 5+ worms 

(390384)- 

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne & Aura Baker: 7 fos- 
sils (397953)- 

Dr. George E. Ball: 2 beetles (398943). 

Norman G. Banks: 5 pumice stones 
(397857). 



ISO 



Dr. Richard Banks: I bird (397111). 
Carlos do Prado Barbosa: 3 mineral 

(397012). 
Professor Daniel S. Barker: 3 lava specs. 

(394&3)- 
Lawrence V. Basch: 7 worms (355140). 
Fred Bauer: 16 parrots (398582). 
Dr. R. S. Beal, Jr.: 2 beetles (401924). 
Dr. William C. Bean: 22 fossil seal 

bones (397963). 
Dr. Vitor O. Becker: 237 moths (401314). 
Dr. Bruce Beehler: 1 bird (398073). 
Denton Belk: 75+ crustaceans (395973). 
John Bell: 2 fossil bird bones (398499). 
Dr. Charles L. Bellamy: 4 beetles 

(398959)- 
Dr. Juan L. Benedetto: 283 fossils 

(401003). 
Dr. Richard H. Benson: 6 fossil shark 

teeth (395668). 
Dr. Alain Bernard: 2 pumice stones 

(400295). 
Joseph Bernstein: 4 fossils (393072, 

401018). 
Mike Bies: See also Rodger Inman 

(401014). 
Mrs. Corry Bintaldjemur: 1 calcite, 4 

quartzs & I necklace quartz (397025). 
Dr. Gale Bishop: 2 fossil crabs (399115). 
Dr. P. R. Bitschene: 2 volcanic ash & I 

pumice (394615). 
Dr. Robert B. Blodgert: 1 fossil (398484). 
Doug Boerner: I meteorite (398563). 
Mrs. Paula W. Bohaska: 1 fossil shark 

tooth (396661). 
Dr. L. Botosaneanu: 3 caddisflies 

(399515)- 
Dr. David E. Bowles: 14 caddisflies 

(401701, 401719) 
Professor Samuel Bowring: 2 volcanic 

rocks (397864). 
Dr. Alan Brady: 140 spiders (401989). 
E. Brawnlee: 1 bird (399854). 
Dr. Carlton E. Brett: 25+ items 

(396708). 
Jake Brodzinsky: 1 moth (398963). 
David R. Brosnahan: 2 minerals 

(397018). 
Dawn Brown: 2 fossil bones (397903). 
Richard Brown: 10 frozen birds (399843). 
Dr. Richard L Brown: 4 moths (398422). 
E. Fulton Brylawski: I baboon mummy 

(390890). 
Dr. Vagn F. Buchwald: 1 meteorite 

(398558)- 



Dave Bunk: 3 minerals (396997). 

Dr. G. David Buntin: 1 wasp (398418). 

Dr. Eugene M. Burreson: 20+ worms 
(395802, 400264). 

Dr. George W. Busby, III: 49 butterflies 
(398905). 

Dr. J. E. Carico: 450 spiders (401978). 

Dr. Tom Casadevall: 2 pumice stones 
(400294). 

Cynthia G. Cassey: 60 ethnological ar- 
tifacts (390896). 

Robert Caswell: I bird (399195). 

Wingfield N. Chamberlain: 2 Chinese 
porcelain vases (390881). 

Dr. Joan B. Chapin: 2 beetles (399528). 

Steve Church: 40 fossils (399821). 

Dr. Wayne E. Clark: I beetle (398960). 

Mrs. Nancy Clarke: 512 moths (399521). 

John Claytor: 1 fossil manatee bone 
(399159)- 

Roget Clinch: 2 fossils (396635, 399171). 

Dr. Bernard L. Cohen: 200 fossils 

(399724)- 
Ed Cohen: 4 plants (401784). 
Atilano Contreras-Ramos: 20 dobson- 

flies (399864). 
Mr. & Mrs. Ed Coogan (Kay): 4 

minerals (397056, 398780). 
William R. Cook, Jr.: 3 quartzs 

(396399)- 

John Coolidge: portion of a fossil pec- 
cary mandible (399750). 

Dr. Bruce Cornet: 560 fossils (396664, 
401571). 

Flavio Correa: 2 porphyry rocks 
(400290). 

Dr. Charles V., Jr. Covell: 1,609 butter- 
flies & moths (398923, 

401317)- 

Mrs. Mary Crabill: 10,300 centipedes 
(401966). 

Kenneth Craddock: 2 fossils (399786). 

Joseph L. Cramer: 371 archeological ar- 
tifacts (390872). 

Dr. R. L. Crawford: 261 spiders 
(401699). 

David Crew: 2 fossils (398472, 401017). 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Cridlin: 10 fossil ver- 
tebrates (395649). 

Dr. Thomas W. Cronin: 9 crustaceans 

(397523)- 
Donald & Alice Cummings: 29 artifacts 

(390845). 
Charles E. Cutress: 1 worm (395787). 
John D'Arcy: 4 plants (398098). 



John Danner: 1 fossil tooth (399172). 
Dr. Marly Bueno De Camargo: 39 

minerals (396389). 
Dr. Christian R. De Kimpe: 3 minerals 

(397083). 
Dr. Michel Deliens: 3 minerals (400739). 
Jesus Angel de Leon-Gonzales: 2 worms 

(4002380). 
Paulo Cesar de Paiva: 2 worms (395793). 
Mike Derieux: 12 fossil vertebrates 

(399168, 399742)- 
Stuart Derrow: 1 fossil (400969). 
Dr. George C. Deutsch, Estate of: 12 

minerals (397081). 
Mrs. Ruth Deutsch: 5 tektites (398978). 
Dr. Mark A. Deyrup: 105 sawflies 

(401751). 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold & Doris Dibble: 1 

mineral (400701). 
T Dickel: 2 moths (399892). 
Lallie Didham: 1+ worms (329765). 
Dr. E. Diller: 40 sawflies (398898). 
Rob Dillon: 35+ freshwater mollusks 

(396291). 
Ana Dirtel: 11 crustaceans (394097). 
Peter S. Dixon: 105 plants (397275, 

397336). 
Daryl P. Domning: 1 portion of a fossil 

turtle bone (396703). 
Dr. T. W. Donnelly: 15 dragonflies 

(401944). 
Dr. Byrd K. Dozier: 4 beetles (398957). 
David B. Duke: 29 fossil vertebrates 

(398469, 399120). 
Dr. Sidney W Dunkle: 24 dragonflies 

(398425). 
Michael Ebeling: See also Chris Rob- 
bins (398565). 
Dr. Robert L Edwards: 749 spiders 

(401980). 
Stewart Edwards: 1 folded book 

(390880). 
Michael Ellwood: 1 fossil (399184). 
Dr. Elly: 1 painted barkcloth (390859). 
Dr. Carl Ernst: 39 birds (383515). 
Dr. Christer Erseus: 3 worms (395796). 
Dr. Richard Eskin: 12 worms (375704). 
Florence Evans (Deceased): 7 ethnologi- 
cal artifacts (380523). 
John C. Ewers: 1 wood carving of a 

woman (390886). 
David K. Faulkner: 109 caddisflies 

(397605). 
Susan Feeney: 1 fossil bird bone 

(396652). 



151 



Dr. Darryl Felder: 18 crustaceans 
(399421). 

Dr. Rodney M. Feldmann: 22 crus- 
taceans (401575). 

Daniel J. Feller: 42 crustaceans (399445). 

Dr. Douglas C. Ferguson: 2,940 moths 
(398924). 

Dr. William E. Ferguson: 10 velvet ant 
wasps (398890). 

Clive H. Fetzer: 13 ethnological artifacts 
(390876). 

David Fine: 1 fossil (396619). 

Michael H. Flinn: 2 worms, 5 crus- 
taceans (395956). 

Dr. Franklin F. Foit, Jr.: 2 minerals 
(397021). 

George C. Fonger: 84 fossils (395664, 
398517. 400983). 

Dr. John M. Foster: 1 crustacean 
(397462). 

Baynard Fox: I marine snail (288309). 

Richard Franz: 25 crustaceans (392564, 

395999)- 
H. A. Freeman: 21 butterflies (398927). 
Freitag Family of: 1 bird (399196). 
TerrenceJ. Frest: 275+ mollusks 

(396270, 396302). 
Dr. C. G. Froehlich: 30 Stoneflies 

(401316). 
Dr. Carlo Froglia: crustaceans (394130). 
Mrs. Judith Frosh: 2 minerals (400719). 
Dr. Douglas J. Furuyma: 10 beetles 

(400515). 
M. J. Galesi: 47 minerals (396347). 
Frank Garcia: 7 fossils (399156, 399757). 
Christopher Garvie: 2 fossils (398531). 
Lloyd Gerhart: 18 birds (399842). 
Dr. Stanislaw Geroch: 717 fossils 

(398475). 
Dr. Ray Gibson: 10 worms (397357). 
Dr. C Gielis: 98 moths (401981). 
Lance Gilbertson: 2 landsnails (396297). 
Dr. Christopher J. Glasby: 10 crus- 
taceans (395778). 
Dr. Billy P. Glass: 1 lot of microtektites 

(399721). 
Keith A. Glum: 11 fossil vertebrates 

(399126). 
Dr. Enrique Gonzales S.: 1 damselfly 

(401310). 
Beau Gordon: 1 mineral (398794). 
Mark E. Gordon: 10 snails (371201). 
James Roy Gorson: 2 minerals (397032, 

400718). 
Patrick Gotsis: 1 fossil seal jaw (398500). 



Fred Grady: I bird (399197). 
Jason R. Grant: 311 plants (397284, 

399013). 
Atara Gray: 24 minerals (396363). 
Candace Greene: 1 ribbon shirt (390874). 
Dr. Edward Grew: a mineral (398746). 
Richard Grier: See also Robert Grier 

(398543). 
Robert W. Grier: 5 fossils (396690, 

398543. 399179)- 
Gary J. Grimsley: 2 fossils (396653, 

397907). 
Anna & Paul Grisso: 1 bird (398596). 
Lloyd F. Gunther: 185 slabs w/ fossil 

plant leaves (400990). 
Lloyd F. & Frieda Gunther: 512 fossil 

plants (397964, 401568, 401586). 
William H. Hale: 1 fossil sea cow rib 

(399804). 
Samuel R. Hall: 8 birds (370784, 

382871). 
Dr. Premek Hamr: 2 crustaceans 

(395913). 
Dr. Tsu-Ming Han: 9 fossil slabs 

(398513). 
Dr. Ghazi Hareri: 2 crustaceans 

(397479)- 

Peter J. Harmatuk: 800 fossil ver- 
tebrates (389476, 394817. 397937. 
399092). 

Dr. George Harp: 3 beetles (399945, 

401337)- 
Helen Leale Harper, Jr.: I Egyptian 

mummified right hand (30877). 
M. Scott Harris: 1 fossil walrus ulna 

(379157). 
Dr. Steven C. Harris: 314 insects 

(39837«. 401943). 
Jack L Harry: 417 butterflies & moths 

(398369). 
Dr. David M. Harwood: 27 fossils 

(396625). 
Dr. Richard L. Hauke: 4 plants 

(399060). 
Patrick Haynes: 1 mineral (400725). 
Ssgt. Bill Heim: 141 fossils (396647, 

398462, 399768, 3998I9). 
Susan Heodrickson: 2 moth (400514). 
Charles Herrmann: I owl (381954). 
Dr. H. A. Hespenheide: 3 beetles 

(398945). 
James E. Hoffman: 4 land snails 

(371091). 
Mike Hogan: 12 fossil teeth (396705, 

397951). 



Dr. E. Holm: I meteorites (397829). 
Dr. Lars Holmer: 99 fossils (397913). 
Allan Hooker: 12 crustaceans (345680). 
Mrs. Jean Hooper: 113 fossils (395663, 

396636, 396673, 397902, 398493. 

401582). 
Dr. Bruce Hopper: 14+ worms (361654). 
Peter Hovingh: 250+ snails (396305). 
Dr. Gordon Hubbell: 300 fossil shark 

remains (395633). 
Dr. Francis Hueber: petrology & vol- 

canology specimens (397865). 
Dr. A. D. Huryn: 66 caddisflies 

(398428). 
Dr. Pat Hutchings: 7 worms (390397). 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hyne (Becky): 4,022 

fossil vertebrates (394003). 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles David Hyson: 18 

ebony sculptures (390904). 
Dr. Ray W. Ingle: 200+ crustaceans 

(401053). 
Rodger Inman: 2 fossils (401014). 
Dr. Hiroshi Inoue: 510 moths (398423, 

398925, 401942). 
Teruo Ishida: 7 crustaceans (399430). 
A. R. Ismail: 8 caddisflies (3972OJ, 

399516). 
Ronald M. A. Ison: 14 fossils (398511, 

401587). 
Andrei Ivantsov: 2 fossils (396640). 
Dr. Samuel W. James: 15 worms 

(395790). 
Paul Jamison: I fossil (397905). 
Dr. D. T.Jennings: 20,400 misc. insects 

(401977). 
Raymond F. Jezerinac: 6 crustaceans 

(401083, 401090). 
Marcus Jobes: 6 fossils (400991). 
Marc Jobin: 1 mineral (398771). 
Dr. Clarence Dan Johnson: 9 beetles 

(399562). 
Robert Johnson: 1 fossil seal bone 

(397954)- 

Walter N.Johnson: 2 beetles (399563). 

Dr. Dave Johnston: 20 birds (382872). 

Dr. James E. Joy: 4 fleas (397220). 

Dr. Albertina Kameya K.: 1 crustacean 
(401097). 

Dr. Anthony Kampf: 1 mineral (396383). 

Ivan Karp: 7 African artifcts (390893). 

Mark Kaufman: 2 minerals (397002). 

Dr. Edwin J. Keppner: 14 worms 
(3958o8). 

Anne Leightner Kienlen: 2 fossil ver- 
tebrates (396689). 



IS1 



Dr. Lynn S. Kimsey: 180 beetles (398870). 
Dr. Elbert A. King: 1 meteorite 

(400059). 
Dr. Robert Merrill King: 39 plants 

(402.222). 
Dr. Boris Kondratieff: 14 stoneflies 

(401315). 
Dr. Dennis D. Kopp: 2,635 insects 

(398964). 
Dr. Milan Kozanek: 500 flies (401717). 
Dr. Peter Kranz: 5 fossils (397874, 

399136, 399765)- 
Professor F. Kraut: 1 meteorite (401879). 
Walter and Carlen Kreutzer: 12 eth- 
nological artifacts (390912). 
E. L Krinov: 1 lot of meteoritic 

spherules (398562). 
Peter KroehJer: 4+ fossils (398491). 
Dr. Marie-Claude Lariviere: 2 bugs 

(398362). 
Peter Larson: 1 fossil whale skull 

(39479*)- 
William Larson: 2 minerals (396994). 
Dr. James D. Lazell: 1 bird skeleton 

(398081). 
John Lee: 15+ worms (394201). 
Pin L Lee: 2 plants (397739). 
A. Scott Leiper: 122 worms (300751). 
Dr. Robert E. Lewis: I flea slide 

(398873)- 
Dr. Zheng Le-yi: 48 insects (398907). 
Letty Limbach: 4 birds (397119). 
Dr. David R. Lindberg: 1 fossil (399186). 
John Lindquist: See also Niles 

Lindquist (381349). 
Niles Lindquist: 700 plants (381849). 
Dr. Dan L. Lindsley: 2 butterflies 

(400513). 
Dr. Elbert L. Little, Jr.: 70 plants 

(399041, 401213). 
Dr. Chengjie Liu: 4 fossils (398458). 
Dr. Alan Logan: 50 fossils (397875). 
Douglas K. Look: 250 fossils (399160). 
Gunnel M. Lundqvist: 1 cuneiform 

tablet (390853). 
Jose Luis Luque: 14 crustaceans (395962). 
Dr. W. J. Lustenhouwer: 2 minerals 

(400740). 
Cecelia Luttrell: 276 plants (398196). 
Dr. Jerry P. MacDonald: 1 fossil 

(401005). 
Dr. Jean-Michael Maes: 6 beetles 

(398899)- 
Dr. Walter Manger: 427 fossils & frag- 
ments (400936). 



Dr. Shaozhi Mao: 5 fossils (397918). 
Hugh Roy Marshall: 6 minerals (397080). 
David Masalles: 29 crustaceans (396004). 
Dr. Brian H. Mason: 75 gms. gold 

(397045)- 
Bryant Mather: 318 moths (399530, 

399868, 401929). 
Dr. John C. McCain: 20+ worms 

(275082). 
Vance McCollum: 5 bird bones (401025). 
Dr. Anne McCrary: 9 worms (322561). 
Andy McDonald: 3 fossil reptile bones 

(399764)- 
Marion McDowell: 18 echinoderms 

(397756). 
Dr. Frank K. McKinney: 1 fossil (397920). 
William McLellan: 1 bird (399848). 
Albert R. Mead: 2 snails (398213). 
Mark Meisenhalder: 43 minerals 

(397026, 400764). 
Ray Meisenhalder: 20+ minerals 

(398793)- 
Dr. C. A. Melson: 1 fossil (398457). 
Werner Meyrahn: 1 lot & 5 minerals 

(397011). 
Walter B. Miller: 1 snail (396266). 
Dr. William Miller, III: 3 fossils 

(398482). 
Leland Miyano: 3 crabs (399431). 
Mrs. Doris Monk: 19 Philippines 

artifacts (378671). 
Mr. & Mrs. Gustavo E. Montes: 1 textile 

template (390901). 
Michael Moore: 2 crustaceans (397512). 
Dr. V. J. Morand: 3 minerals (398745). 
Dr. G. Victor Morejohn: 1 fossil sea cow 

bones (399781). 
Tim Morris: 1 crustacean (397458). 
Dr. Jared Morrow: 45 fossils (399176). 
Stephen R. Moulton: 69 caddisflies 

(401743). 
Wolfgang Munk: 147 fossils (396680). 
Haidi Nazali: 1 pottery figurine 

(390863). 
Dr. Alexandra Nederbragt: 35 fossils 

(399135)- 
David Nelson: 1 fossil (401004). 
Dr. Gayle H. Nelson: 10 beetles 

(398871, 398958). 
Dr. Herbert H. Neunzig: 4 moths 

(398391). 
Mrs. S. Newman: 10 minerals (400717). 
Michale Nicholas: 200 fossil vertebrates 

(397934)- 
Felipe Noguera: 17 beetles (398962). 



Dr. Jon L Norenburg: 2 worms (397387)- 
Thomas O'Hagan: 6 fossil vertebrates 

(399747)- 
Dr. Robert J. O'Hara: 2 birds (39102). 
Dr. Svein Olerud: 1 mineral (397084). 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald & Gloria Olson: 3 

minerals (398773). 
Dr. Paolo Orlandi: 1 mineral (398747). 
Dr. John D. Oswald: 180 insects 

(398883). 
Dr. Guido Pagliano: 58 bees (401926). 
Dr. James Pakaluk: 7,534 beetles 

(399891). 
Dr. John Parnell: 1 mineral (398743). 
Deborah Paruszewski: 4 fossils (400963, 

401016). 
Dr. Steven Passoa: 7 moths (398437). 
Allen Z. Paul: 200+ worms (301698). 
Dr. David Pearson: 3 beetles (401928). 
Alfonso Pelli: 3 beetles (400570). 
Luis E. Pena G.: 1,398 misc. insects 

(398390). 
Dr. Angelica Maria Penteado-Dias: 28 

sawflies (401930). 
Dr. Fausto Persarini: 19 sawflies 

(401303). 
Dr. Dave Peters: 27 crustaceans (375010). 
Dr. Esther Peters: 1,000+ corals 

(388974). 
Sandy Philmon: 1 fossil manatee jaw 

(399157)- 
Dr. Mike Picker: 5 insects (398429). 
Dr. Harold G. Pierce: 81 (399188). 
Sid Pieters: 37+ minerals (397OOI, 

397016, 397079)- 
Jan Pietruszka: I bird (399194). 
Dr. Ron Pine: 400 fossil insects 

(399748). 
Dr. Maria Pingen: 160 fossil fruits, 

seeds & brown coal (399729). 
Don Pisor: 15 mollusks (369782). 
Sherry K. Pittam: 235 plants (392000, 

392025, 396119, 39673*)- 
Fitz Plaumann: 10 flies (401691). 
Dr. Kristin Pleasant on: I fossil mammal 

tooth (400933). 
Dt. Stephen G. Pollock: 6+ fossils 

(3979*4)- 
Dr. Leonid Ye. Popov: 1,870 fossils 

(3967I3)- 
Mark Ports: 115+ mollusks (400407, 

400425). 
Dr. J. L. Post: 7 minerals (396396). 
Dr. Jerry A. Powell: 4 insects (397621). 
Mr. Mark Power: 2 fossils (401006). 



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Dr. Floyd Preston: 5 butterflies (401761). 
Dr. & Mrs. James E. Price: 13 bronze 

vessels & 2 fragments (387073). 
Dr. Wayne Price: 3 leeches (400237). 
Ronald J. Priest: 4 moths (401720). 
Eric Prokopi: I fossil crocodile bone 

(396648). 
Russell A. Rahn: 1,637 fossils (395032, 

397219. 397620). 
John E. Randall: 150+ mollusks (308008). 
James Ranson, Jr.: 105 fossils (397935, 

399717)- 
Dr. Pamela Rasmussen: 5 birds (398579, 

397106). 
Dr. Carlton Ray: 117+ worms (271533). 
Dr. E. B. Reed: 2,224 crustaceans 

(401032). 
Dr. Richard Reeder: 1 snail (366844). 
Chuck Regnier: 2 fossil vertebrates 

(399148). 
Alicia Dussan de Reichel: 114 artifacts 

(385299)- 
Dr. Charles B. Reif: 20 crustaceans 

(395986). 
Marlin Rice: I beetle (398942). 
Mark L. Rickerson: 1 fossil ankle bone 

(398465). 
Dr. J. Keith Rigby: 13 fossil sponges 

(399098). 
Edward Riley: 5 beetles (401925). 
Dr. Nathan W. Riser: 10 worms 

(395798). 
Chris Robbins: 240 tektitess & 113 frag- 
ments (398560, 398565). 
J. W. Robbins: See also Chris Robbins 

(398560). 
Shane Robbins: See also Chris Rob- 

bins(398565). 
Mrs. Sandy Roberts: 2 fossil teeth 

(400967). 
Dr. Henry W. Robison: 43 crustaceans 

(392588, 399399. 399465). 
Dr. Edwin Roedder: I meteorite 

(400060). 
Mark Rogers: 2 minerals (396996). 
Dr. David M. Rohr: 1 plant (397869). 
Dr. Thomas J. Rossbach: 1 fossil (401022). 
Dr. R. E. Roughley: 6 beetles (398906). 
Bill Rudd: I crustacean (399460). 
Richard Salisbury: 1 mollusk (396306). 
Dr. Guillermo San Martin: 4 worms 

(397356). 
Dr. Takayu ki Sawaki: 4 minerals 

(400738). 
Dr. Reginald J. Scalaro: 5 fossils (39976}). 



Dr. Paul W. Schaefer: 1,788 insects 

(398885). 
George Scheller: 16 birds (399839). 
Dr. Gary W. Schmelz: 2 fossils (397957, 

399767)- 
Dr. F. Schmid: 12 caddisflies (398427). 
Dr. Justin O. Schmidt: 2 wasps (401729). 
Sam Schmidt: 1 fossil sea cow skull cap 

(397942)- 
Dr. Kurt Schmude: 20 beetles (401923). 
Thomas M. Schneider: 2 quartzs 

(398772)- 
Vincent P. Schneider: 1 fossil portion of 

a seal bone (396674). 
Dr. Michael D. Schwartz: I plant bug 

(401683). 
John B. Sciarra: 1 crab (397509). 
Dr. P. J. B. Scott: 3 crustaceans (395977). 
Dr. Marry Shankland: 6 worms (397358). 
Dr. William D. Sheppard: 17 beetles 

(401973). 
Dr. Walter B. Sikora: 3 crustaceans 

(395975)- 
E. Velarde Silva: 11 crustaceans (397472). 
Gordon Simonson: 359 fossil vertebrates 

(399M7. 399744. 399784, 
399806, 400934, 400966, 401008). 
Ray Simonson: 12 fossil vertebrates 

(398467). 
Beverly Smith: 4 fossil vertebrates 

(396687, 401580). 
Mrs. Connie Smith: 3 fossil shark teeth 

(396634). 
Dr. Douglas G. Smith: 2 fossils (399185). 
Dr. Ralph I. Smith: 4 worms (400243). 
Cheryl A. Snelson: 1 fossil (401578). 
Dr. I. G. Sohn: 1 fossil (399177). 
Dr. Jiakun Song: 15 fishes (395701). 
Dr. James E. Sorauf: 34 fossil corals 

(398506). 
Dr. Ronald K. Sorem: 2,500 manganese 

specimens (385375). 
Mark T Southerland: 1,618 insects & 

arthropods (399496). 
Trent Spielman: 440 fossil vertebrates &c 

insects (396704, 401577). 
Ron Stebler: I fossil (400992). 
Debbie Steinberg: 50+ crustaceans 

(3975"). 
Samantha Stevens: 3 gems (397043). 
James O. Stevenson: 75 birds (398090). 
John D. Stillinger: 6 minerals (400734). 
Dr. Gualtetio Stingl: 3 fossil plants 

(399130). 
Dr. Carl W. Stock: 19 fossils (398538). 



Robert D. Storch: 15 quartz (396993). 
Robert J. Stuart: 18 fossil sponges 

(399091). 
William C. Sturtevant: 1 Samoan fine 

mat (387037). 
Mme C. Sudre: I meteorite (398977). 
Dr. J. Boiling Sullivan: 584 moths 

(397566, 401700, 401747, 401982). 
Mr. Gerald M. Szal: 20+ crustaceans 

(401085). 
Dr. Ichiro Takeuchi: 13 crustaceans 

(399412). 
Karen Tenenbaum: 2 minerals (397091). 
Edward E. Terrell: I plant (397260). 
Libbie Moody Thompson (Deceased), 

Estate of: 2 diamond earrings & I 

diamond pendant (397022). 
Reginald Titmas: 1 bird (401026). 
Dr. Alan Titus: 1 fossil (399775). 
Dr. Radames Urtiaga: 14 bugs (398914). 
Brad Van Scriver: 4 minerals (397082). 
Dr. W. I. Van Tichelen: u minerals 

(391456). 
Dr. A. B. Vassilikou-Dova: 9 minerals 

(398744). 
Dr. Julio Parapar Vegas: 14 worms 

(395785)- 
Dr. Beatrice Vogel: 489 misc. insects & 

arthropods (401979). 
Dr. Emily H. Vokes: 34 fossils (397916, 

397958, 399766, 400993). 
Dr. Charles M. Wahle: 3 echinoderms 

(397754)- 
Dr. A. K. Walker: 4 wasps (401715). 
Scott Walters: 2 fossil land mammal 

tooth (398471, 399122). 
Dr. Gerd Wappler: I mineral (397037). 
Donald O. Ward: 1 fossil vertebra 

(399158). 
Dr. Lauck W Ward: 4 fossils (400931, 

400968, 401009). 
Dr. Sylvia Watanabe: 39 fossils (397885, 

399725). 
Kenneth Webb: 4 fossil whale bones 

(399170). 
William F. Webb: 1 pair of carved 

wooden doors (364373). 
David Wells: 1 fossil (398516). 
Michael Welzenbach: 1 fossil seal snout 

(399800). 
Michael Wendorf: 1 woman's skirt 

(390899). 
John Weske: 1 bird (398578). 
Dr. Richard L. Westcott: 2 beetles 

(003961). 



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Dr. Alfred G. Wheeler, Jr.: 810 bugs 

(398944)- 
Tom Whiteley: I fossil (398486). 
Dr. Nathaniel Whitney: 38 birds 

(394966, 397093)- 
Ronald S. Wielgus: 38 moths & but- 
terflies (398941). 
Bob Wiest: 2 fossils (395639, 398514). 
Dr. Garner L Wilde: 95 fossils (399140). 
Peter J. Wilkinson: 1 bird skin (398095). 
Dr. Ronald S. Wilkinson: 1,312 misc. 

inserts (399890). 
Gaye Williams: 22 fossil vertebrates 

(398515)- 
Carol Jean Wolcott: 5 plants (397738). 
Karin Wuertz-Schaefer: 3 birds (397118). 
Dr. Ilan Yarom: 20 flies (401380). 
Dr. Harry C. Yeatman: 21 crustaceans 

(39593L 39600I, 399463)- 
W L. Yee: 64 flies (401722). 
Dr. Frank N. Young: 94 beetles 

(399889). 
Larry Yucht: 1 fossil horse tooth (399151). 
Dr. T. Zarwarnicki: 6 flies (401983). 
Craig Zellers: 1 mineral (400727). 
Dr. Helmut Zibrowius: 1 crustacean 

(3994I7)- 
Dr. Michael Zimmerman: 10 beetles 

(399509)- 
Dr. William J. Zinsmeister: 10 fossil 

scallops (397922). 
Vassil Zlatarski: 50+ corals (401493). 
Dr. Victor A. Zullo: 1 fossil (397919). 

Purchase 

Dr. Vitor Becker: 3,550 moths (399495, 

401963, 401964). 
Gert M. Hatschbach: 1,853 plants 

(375163). 



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peria. New York, New York 
Didi Museum, Lagos, Nigeria 
Embassy of France, Harare, Zimbabwe 
Gallery II, Johannesburg, South Africa 
The George Washington University, 

Washington, D.C. 
Gilding Conservation Symposium, 

Newburgh, New York 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & 

Insurance Company, Hartford, 

Connecticut 
Hump Pilots Association, Crownsville, 

Maryland 
Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris, France 
Institute for Contemporary Art, Lon- 
don, England 
Institute for Folklore Research, Zagreb, 

Yugoslavia 
Institutum Canarium, Hallein, Austria 
Italian Cultural Institute, Lagos, Nigeria 
J.C. Nichols Company, Kansas City, 

Missouri 
Koninklijk Instituut Voor de Tropen, 

The Netherlands 
Le Volcan, Le Havre, France 
The Library of Congress, Washington, 

D.C. 
Manhasset Bay Yacht Club, Port 

Washington, New York 
Marble Institute of America, Far- 

mington, Michigan 
Ministere de l'enseignement superieur 

et de la recherche scientifique, 

Kigali, Rwanda 



Musee des arts decoratifs de Bordeaux, 
Bordeaux, France 

Museo de la Fabrica Nacional de 
Moneda y Timbre, Madrid, Spain 

Museu Nacional da Moeda, Maputo, 
Mozambique 

Museu Nacional de Anthropologia, 
People's Republic of Angola 

Museum Trustee Committee for Re- 
search & Development, Inc., 
Washington, D.C. 

National Council for Arts & Culture, 
Banjul, The Gambia 

National Heritage Conservation Com- 
mission, Livingstone, Zambia 

National Museum of African Art, 
Washington, D.C. 

National Museum of Colonial History, 
Aba, Imo State, Nigeria 

National Park Service, Washington, 
D.C. 

Northwood Heritage Press, Irvine, 
California 

O'Donnell Publications, Alexandria, 
Virginia 

Odebrecht S.A., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Philadelphia Maritime Museum, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Port Elizabeth Technikon Library, Port 
Elizabeth, South Africa 

Regeszeti Intezete, Budapest, Hungary 

Rembrandt Van Rijn Art Foundation, 
Stellenbosch, South Africa 

Smithsonian Institution Women's Coun- 
cil, Washington, D. C. 



Smithsonian Tropical 
Research Institute 

Donors of Financial Support 
$1,000,000 or more 
Glenn O. Tupper 
$$oo, ooo or more 
Glenn O. Tupper 



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$100,000 or more 

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur 

Foundation 
Andrew M. Mellon Foundation 
National Science Foundation 

$ $0, ooo or more 

Government of Germany 
Government of Norway 

$2$, ooo or more 

Citibank N.A. 
Exxon Corporation 
General Service Foundation 
Turner Foundation 

USDA Forest Service, Tropical Forestry 
Program 

$5, ooo or more 

Nairobi Hilton (in kind) 
National Geographic Society 

$1, ooo or more 
Coca Cola, Panama 

$ foo or more 

Mystic Marine Life Aquarium 
Mildred and Harry Silberglied 
Cerveza Fanama (in kind) 

$100 or less 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrews 

Mr. John C. Barker 

Ms. Barbara Bauman 

Mrs. Nora Cort 

Mrs. Margaret S. Croft 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Douglas 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dresner 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicah Kxichevsky 

Mr. and Mrs. John Overholt 

Ms. Lois Pieper 

Ms. Marguerite V. Schneeberger 

Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Weatherhead 



Arts and 
Humanities 

Archives of American Art 

Donors of Financial Support 
$10,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Eli Broad 
The Brown Foundation, Inc. 
The Florence Gould Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Manoogian 

$% 000 or more 

The Barnes Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Berry 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Buck 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Edelson 

Mrs. Walter B. Ford 

Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Mrs. Eugenio Garza Laguera 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halff, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Katz 

Mr. and Mrs. Meredith J. Long 

Miss Julienne M. Michel 

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer P. Potamkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roob 

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Rosekrans, Jr. 

The Salomon Foundation, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Shapiro 

John Sloan Memorial Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Wellin 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Altschul 

The Barra Foundation, Inc. 

Mrs. Edwin A. Bergman 

Mr. James H. Biben 

Dr. Philip L Brewer 

Dr. and Mrs. John T Cobb 

Mrs. Susan L Cullman 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis de Marneffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel S. Ehrenkranz 

Ms. Geraldine Fabrikant 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Feder 

Harvey S. Firestone, Jr. Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T Fisher III 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ganz, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Haas 

Evelyn A. J. Hall Charitable Trust 

Dr. and Mrs. Reginald F. Harnett 

Mr. Frederick G. L. Huetwell 

Mrs. Philip Iselin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Janes 

Mr. and Mrs. David Jensen 

Dr. Helen Jessup 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Kendall 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Malkin 

Robert and Jane Meyerhoff 

Benjamin Moore & Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Neuberger 

The Times Mirror Foundation 

Mr. Duane A. Wakeham 

Mrs. Shelby White 

Mrs. James Willis 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Wilsey 

$S00 or more 

Dr. Stephen Andrus 

Mr. Louis C. Baker 

Mr. Richard Brown Baker 

Mrs. F. Henry Berlin 

Mrs. George F. Berlinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Biggs 

Mrs. Peter S. Bing 

Mrs. Corda Caplan 

Mrs. Korda Caplan 

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Carroll 

Ms. Elizabeth M. Chapin 

Paula Cooper 

Mrs. Polly Blakeley Davidson 

Mr. David L. Davies 

Mrs. Charles H. Davis II 

Ms. Gabriella De Ferrari 

Mrs. John de Menil 

Michael and Dudley Del Balso 

Dr. Charles C. Dickinson III 

Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Ecker 

Mr. Christian P. Erdman 

Ms. Stella Fischbach 

Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Fleischman 

Mrs. Joyce B. Franke 

Mrs. Helena Fraser 

Mrs. Frederick Gardner 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Getty 

Mr. and Mrs. Yale Ginsburg 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Green 

Mrs. Robert S. Greenbaum 



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Ms. C. Grider 

Mrs. Pauline L. Harrison 

Mr. Joseph Helman 

Mrs. M. Hugh Hinton 

Mr. Benjamin D. Holloway 

Mr. R. P. Berglund 

Mrs. Morris I. Jaffe 

Ms. Linda B. Janovic 

Mrs. Maxine C.Johnson 

Mr. Harry Kahn 

Mr. Walrer Keating 

Martin and Cis Maisel Kellman 

Mrs. Kathleen Kendrick 

Ms. Joan Peterson Klimann 

Mrs. James D. Klingbeil 

Mrs. Estelle M. Konheim 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kughn 

Ronald and Mary Lamparter 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Lane 

Mrs. Thomas Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Lee 

Ms. Sandy Lepore 

Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Lifton 

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Luhn 

Mrs. Sam Maddux 

Mrs. Barbara M. Marshall 

Mr. Daniel Q. Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart G. Moldaw 

Mrs. Gloria R. Oppenheimer 

Mrs. Harris K. Oppenheimer 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oroshnik 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Pincus 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richter 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rosowski 

Mrs. Harry Rubin 

Mrs. Sunne Savage-Neuman 

Ms. Judith M. G. Sayers 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Sheldon 

Dr. Lawrence Thornton Shields 

Mrs. Shelda Soble 

Mrs. Maureen Sullivan Sternberg 

Alan and Nancy Stone 

Mrs. Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas 

Mr. and Mrs. George Strumbos 

Mrs. Rebekah A. Taube 

Mrs. Josephine R. Turner 

Ms. Garmela R. Visco 

Ms. Susan J. Visco 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Westheimer 

Mrs. Wallace S. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Woodward 

Mr. Richard T. York 



$2$0 or more 

Mr. William C. Agee 

Dr. Lourdes V. Andaya 

Mrs. William Arthur 

Mrs. Patricia Auer 

Alice O'Neill Avery 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stanton Avery 

Babcock Galleries 

Miss Robin Bacci 

Mr. James R. Bakker 

Mr. W. N. Banks 

Mrs. Will Barnet 

Mr. and Mrs. Gifford R. Beal 

Mr. Geoffrey C. Beaumont 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Beaumont 

Ms. Carole Bellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benyas 

Mr. and Mrs. John Berggruen 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Blum 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blumenstein 

Mrs. Helen A. Blurock 

Nancy and Roger Boas 

Mrs. Harry Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borman 

Mr. Philip E. Bowles 

Ms. Rena A. Bransten 

Ms. Renee Burrows 

Ms. Carolyn Fulgham Butcher 

Mr. John Williams Butler, Jr. 

Butterfield & Butterfield 

Mrs. Martin L. Butzel 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Chamberlin 

Christie's Associates 

Mrs. Chisolm Cole 

Mrs. Lammot DuPont Copeland 

Mrs. Sylvia Fairn Cornish 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Holland Cotter 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Cracchiolo 

Mrs. F. Arnold Daum 

Mrs. Louise M. Davies 

Mrs. Shirley R. Davis 

Mrs. Maria Mercedes de Medina 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. De Woody 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Doerer 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Dorn 

Ms. Susan H. Douglass 

Mrs. Harriet B. Drake 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Du Bain 

Mr. Lawrence F. Du Mouchelle 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Dubin 

Mrs. Dorothy Dunitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edelman 

Mrs. Beatrice Elkin 

Mrs. Virginia Escher 



Mr. Burton D. Farbman 

Mrs. Evelyn W. Farnum 

Ms. Elizabeth C. Fee 

Mr. Alfred Feinman 

Mrs. Melvin L. Finch 

Mr. George Hopper Fitch 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reischer, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Forsch 

Mrs. Irma L. Fraad 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Frankel 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Frolich 

Mr. Blair F. Fuller 

Miss Elizabeth H. Fuller 

Mr. Larry Gagosian 

Mr. Robert J. Gallo 

Mrs. Viola Goldberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Goldman 

Ms. Barbara Goldsmith 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Graham, Jr. 

Mrs. Gerold M. Grodsky 

Ms. Victoria Gwin 

Mr. Philip J. Hahn 

Mr. and Mrs. David Handleman 

Ms. Constance Bowles Hart 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 

Mr. Larry Heaton 

Mr. and Ms. Scott R. Held fond 

Mrs. Claire W Henriques 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz 

Mr. and Mrs. James Humphry III 

Inch bald School of Design 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Jaques 

Mr. and Mrs. John Lowell Jones 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Kessler 

Mr. and Mrs. John Klingenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Kogod 

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Korash 

Kraushaar Galleries 

The Lachaise Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. David Leader 

Ms. Sandra Leff 

Mrs. Harry Lenart 

Dr. and Mrs. Irving H. Leopold 

Mr. Putnam Livermore 

Mrs. Russell Lynes 

Mrs. Marion Maker 

Mrs. Robert A. Malin 

Mrs. James S. Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. Haig G. Mardikian 

Mrs. and Mrs. Tom F. Marsh 

Mrs. William A. Marsteller 

Ms. Charlotte W. Martin 

Mr. Stephen Mazoh 

Ms. Thierry McCormick 

Mr. Jay D. McEvoy 



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Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 

Ms. Elaine McKeon 

Mr. Robert A. McNeil 

Mrs. Peter Michael 

Mr. Richard Milhender 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mills 

Mrs. Edward P. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Morris 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Morse, Jr. 

Mr. Jack Nash 

Mrs. John U. Nef 

Mrs. Robert M. Newhouse 

Mr?. Annalee Newman 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nusbaum 

Mrs. Roy Nun 

Dr. and Mrs. Kevin T. O'Donnell 

Mr. Calvin W. Odom 

Dr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Oremland 

Dr. and Mrs. David B. Pall 

Dr. Giuseppe Panza di Buomo 

Mrs. Henry Pearlman 

Ms. Kathleen S. Pomeroy 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pomeroy 

Mr. and Mrs. Hughes L Potiker 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pritzker 

Mrs. James A. Rawley 

Mr. and Mrs. Dana M. Raymond 

Mrs. Paul A. Reid 

Mrs. John P. Renshaw 

Ms. Leanne B. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rose 

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosekrans 

Mrs. John S. Rosekrans 

Dr. Shirley Sugerman Rosenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rosenthal 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rosse 

Mrs. Madeleine H. Russell 

The San Francisco Foundation 

Mrs. Walter Scheuer 

Mr. and Mrs. Sherwin Schreier 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schultz 

Mrs. Adolph Schuman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwab 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Sharf 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Silver 

Ms. Barbara Slifka 

Mrs. Betty S. Smith 

Mrs. J. Henry Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smits 

Ms. Karen Smits 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Straus 

Mr. B. E. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Supino 



Ms. Christine Suppes 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Swig 

Mr. James F. Thacher 

Mrs. J. J. Tolson 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Topham 

Mrs. Helen S. Tucker 

Mrs. G. B. Tweedy 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Untermeyer, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Usher 

Mr. Abbot W Vose 

Mr. Robert C. Vose III 

Mrs. Evelyn R. Wagstaff-Callahan 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall I. Wais 

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Walker, Jr. 

Mrs. William C. Wallstein 

Mrs. Joan Washburn 

Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Waterman 

Ms. Suzanne C. White 

Mr. Eli Wilner 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wineman 

Ms. Mary M. Wohlford 

Dr. William J. Wolfenden, Jr. 

Mr. Clarence J. Woodard 

Simon and Paula Young 

Mr. Roy Zurkowski 



Freer Gallery of Art 

Donors of Financial Support 
$$00, ooo or more 

B. Y. Lam Foundation 

$100, ooo or more 

Nomura Cultural Foundation 
Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. 

$$0,000 or more 

Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. 

Honorable and Mrs. Daniel Patrick 
Moynihan 

The Island Fund in the New York Com- 
munity Trust 

$10,000 or more 

Art Research Foundation 
Ms. Kathleen A. Preciado 



$$000 or more 

The Ellen Bayard Weedon Foundation 
Miss Narinder Kaur Keith and Miss 
Rajinder Kaur Keith 

$1,000 or more 

Anonymous 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Feinberg 

Mr. Rodney P. Frelinghuysen 

Dr. Thomas Lawton 

Mrs. Gam B. Louie 

$$oo or more 

Ms. Barbara Porterfield 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth X. Robbins 

Donors to the Collection 

Anonymous. Vietnamese ceramic plate; 
15th - 16th c. (1991.55). 

Anonymous. Japanese blue glass bottle; 
19th c. (1991.56). 

Anonymous. Japanese print; The War- 
rior-Painter Miyamoto Musaibi; by 
Toyokuni; (1991.57). 

Anonymous. Japanese brass crucifix 
with Buddhist figure (SC-M-67). 

Anonymous. Japanese brass crucifix 
with Buddhist figure (SM-M-68). 

Anonymous. Japanese handscroll; fac- 
simile (SC-RE-30). 

Anonymous. Pen drawing of silver iris 
sculpture in collection (SC-GR-818). 

Ken J. J. Baars. Thai ceramic jar; 
Sawankhalok ware; 15th - 16th c. 

(1991-45)- 
Mr. Allan S. Chait and Mrs. Marion C. 

Howe. Chinese ceramic vase; blue 

and white; Kangxi period (1991.46). 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Clapp. Chinese 

ceramic Boar; terra cotta with dark 

amber glaze; (7th - 10th c. (1991.49). 
Mrs. Julia Curtis. Chinese ceramic vase; 

Kangxi period (199148). 
Mrs. Barbaralee Diamonstein- 

Spielvogel. Chinese ceramic dish; 

blue and white; 18th c. (1991.49). 
Mrs. Barbaralee Diamonstein- 

Spielvogel. Chinese ceramic dish; 

blue and white; 18th c. (1991.50). 



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Mr. Pierre Durand. Chinese ceramic 
vase; blue and white; Kangxi period 
(1991.51). 

Mr. Pierre Durand. Chinese ceramic 
covered jars, part of a 5-piece garni- 
ture set; blue and white; Kangxi 
period (199247.3ab-.5ab). 

Mr. Pierre Durand. Pair of Chinese 
ceramic plates; blue and white; 
Kangxi period (1992.48. 1-.2). 

Mr. Robert Ellsworth. Chinese bronze 
plaque; Yunnanese; early Han 
Dynasty (SC-B-498). 

Mr. Robert Ellsworth. Chinese brass 
animal figure; Yunnanese (SC-M-70). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
ceramic bowl with Sanskrit inscrip- 
tion; 19th c. (1992.38). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
metalwork head of a Bodhisattva; 
14th c. (1992.39). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting; Tartar Slave Pasturing a 
Hone; Hanging scroll; 15th c. 
(1992-40). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting; Luoban; Hanging scroll; ca. 
1400 (1992-41). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting; Traveling South through 
Snow-Covered Mountains; Hanging 
scroll by Zhou Duo; 18th c. (1992.42). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting; Two Fighting Water-Buf- 
falos; Hanging scroll; 13th - 15th c. 
(199243). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting;_/<>yf of Fishing Among 
Streams and Mountains; Hanging 
scroll; mid-i8th c. (1992.44). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
painting; Looking at Flowering Plums 
and Reading; Fan painting; 14th - 15th 

c. (1991-45)- 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Bronze bust 
of Agnes Meyer by Despiau (SC-M- 
69). 

Mrs. Ruth Meyer Epstein. Chinese 
ceramic bowl with Sanskrit Inscrip- 
tion. One of a pair. (Gift to Study 
Collection). 

Dr. Kurt Gitter and Alice R. Yelen. 
Japanese Painting; Hanging scroll; 
Bodhidharma by Nantembo; 19th c. 
(1992.29). 



Dr. Kurt Gitter and Alice R. Yelen. 
Japanese Painting; Hanging scroll; 
Landscape by Kameda Bosai; 18th - 
19th c. (1992.30). 

Estate of Elizabeth Hamm Glass. 

Chinese ceramic bottle; Cizhou ware; 
dated 1341 (1991.15). 

Estate of Elizabeth Hamm Glass. 
Korean ceramic duck-shaped water- 
dropper; 12th c. (1991.16). 

Estate of Elizabeth Hamm Glass. 
Chinese stone sculpture; tablet 
carved with garden scene; one of a 
pair; 17th - 18th c. (1991.17). 

Estate of Elizabeth Hamm Glass. 
Chinese stone sculpture; tablet 
carved with garden scene; one of a 
pair; 17th - 18th c. (1991.18). 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grigis. Korean 
painting; 10-fold screen; Palace 
ceremony; 18th - 19th c. (1992.20). 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grigis. Korean 
painting; 8-fold screen; Birds and 
Flowers; 18th - 19th c. (1992.21). 

Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 
bowl; one of a pair; Kangxi period 

(1991-3)- 
Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 
bowl; one of a pair; Kangxi period 

(I9924)- 
Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 

dragon dish; one of a pair; Kangxi 

period (1992.5). 
Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 

dragon dish; one of a pair; Kangxi 

period (1992.6). 
Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 

dragon dish; one of a pair; Kangxi 

period (1992.7) 
Mr. John Gruber. Chinese ceramic 

dragon dish; one of a pair; Kangxi 

period (1992.8). 
Therese and Erwin Harris. Chinese jade 

openwork pendant; ca. 3000-2500 

B.C. (1991.52). 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hauge. Japanese 

painting; 6-fold screen; Rice Planting; 

early 17th c. (1991.53). 
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Hauge. Japanese 

lacquer box showing lakeside 

scenery; makie-e; Momoyamo period 

(1991.54). 
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Hauge. Japanese 

ceramic tea-leaf storage jar; Tamba 

ware; 17th c. (1992.37). 



Olga Hirshhorn. Japanese miniature 

wooden masks by Kano Tessai; 1859. 

(SC-W-19.1-.20) 
Noriyushi Horiuchi. Chinese bronze sec- 
tions for study. (SC-B-497). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

tripod incense burner; 16th c. (1991.70). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

cup and cupstand; 12th c. (l99i.7iab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

bowl; 11th c. (1991.72). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

jar; 7th - 10th c. (1991.73). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

conical cup; 10th -12th c. (1991.74). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

cup; 9th - 13th c. (1991.75). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

bottle; 18th c. (1991.76). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

Dehua ware tripod incense burner 

(I99i.77abc). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

dish (1991.78). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

square cup; 14th - 17th c. (1991.79). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

seal -box with cover (i99i.8oab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

seal-box with cover (l99i.8iab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

seal-box with cover (1991. 82ab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

brush holder; 18th c. (1991.83). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

cup and cupstand (i99i.84ab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

bowl; 15th - 16th c. (1991.85). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

bottle; 14th c. (1991.86). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

bowl with cover; Unified Silla Period 

(l99i.87ab). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Korean ceramic 

Maebyong vase (1991.88). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

censer; blue and white; Kangxi 

period (1992.25). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Thai ceramic jar 

from Suphanburi kiln (1992.26). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

bottle-vase; blue and white; Kangxi 

period (199246). 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

bowl; gift to Study Collection. 



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Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

cup; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic in- 
cense burner; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

saucer; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

bowl; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

bowl; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. Chinese ceramic 

jar; gift to Study Collection. 
Mrs. Maureen Jacoby. American 

ceramic vase; gift to Study Collection. 
Lawrence Klein. Japanese painting; 

Hanging scroll by Tomioka Tessai; 

late 19th c. (1992.12). 
Lawrence Klein. Japanese calligraphy; 

Hanging scroll by Ono Kozan; 1906 

(1992.23). 
Lawrence Klein. Japanese painting; 

Hanging scroll by Hokusai; 18th - 

19th c. (1992.24). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic ginger jar with plum blos- 
soms (i99i.i9ab). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bowl showing Mt. Fuji 

(1991.20). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic red and gold bottle; Kutani 

ware (1991.21). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic blue glazed bottle (1991.22). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic jar with copper-red glaze 

(1991.23). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle with copper-red glaze 

(1991.24). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle with purple glaze 

(1991.25). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle with purple-brown 

glaze (1991.26). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with pink glaze 

(1991.27). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with dark blue glaze 

(1991.28). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with copper-red glaze 

(1991.29). 



Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with mottled red-blue 

glaze (1991.30). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with pink and gray 

glaze (1991.31). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese ceramic 

vase with yellow glaze (1991.32). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese ceramic 

vase with blue-black glaze (1991.33). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese ceramic 

bottle with orange glaze (1991.34). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle; plum with ice pattern 

in cobalt (1991.35). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle with tomato-red glaze 

(1991.36). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic bottle with turquoise glaze 

(1991-37)- 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic jar with pink glaze (1991.38). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic jar with purple glaze 

(1991-39)- 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic covered box with green glaze 

(i99l.40ab). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic peach-shaped bowl (1991.41). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with brown glaze 

(1991.42). 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic miniature vase with orange 

glaze (199M3)- 
Estate of Isabel S. Kurtz. Japanese 

ceramic vase with herons and reeds 

(1991.44). 
Mrs. Helen D. Lally. Chinese ceramic 

jardiniere; blue and white; Kangxi 

period (1991.58). 
Mrs. Helen D. Lally. Chinese ceramic 

vase; blue and white; Kangxi period; 

one of a pair (1991.59). 
Helen D. Lally. Chinese ceramic vase; 

blue and white; Kangxi period; one 

of a pair (1991.60). 
Helen D. Lally. Chinese ceramic Yen- 
yen vase; blue and white; Kangxi 

period (1991.61). 
Helen D. Lally. Chinese ceramic vase; 

blue and white; Kangxi period 

(1991.62). 



Ann M. Lanier. Chinese ceramic large 

dish; Kangxi period (1991.63). 
Mrs. Joan Lebold and Mr. Jerome A. 
Cohen. Chinese ceramic dish; blue 
and white; early 17th c. (1991.47). 

Lesley R. Levine. Chinese ceramic proto- 
Yue ware lamp; 4th c. (1991.64). 

Lesley R. Levine. Chinese ceramic bowl; 
Yue ware; 10th c. (1991.65). 

Lesley R. Levine. Chinese ceramic bowl; 
Cizhou ware; 12th - 13th c. (1991.66). 

Lesley R. Levine. Korean ceramic bowl; 
19th c. (1991.67). 

Lucy L. Lo. Chinese calligraphy by Shen 
Tseng-chih; ink on paper (1991.69). 

Stanley Love. Japanese votive paint- 
ings; set of six (SC-PA-185 through 
SC-PA-190). 

Jack Lydman. Chinese ceramic bottle; 
blue and white; early 17th c. (1992.33). 

Jack Lydman. Pair of Chinese ceramic 
plates; blue and white; 17th - 18th c. 
(1992.34.1-.2). 

Jack Lydman. Chinese ceramic plate; blue 
and white; 17th - 18th c. (1992.35). 

Jack Lydman. Chinese ceramic plate; 
blue and white; 17th - 18th c. 
(1992.36). 

Forrest McGill. 28 Dutch tile fragments 
collected from the Wihan Somdet 
Palace in Ayutthaya; gift to Study 
Collection. 

Forrest McGill. 23 glass fragments col- 
lected from the Wihan Somdet 
Palace in Ayutthaya; gift to Study 
Collection. 

National Gallery of Art. Japanese callig- 
raphy; Dojo-ji Engi (SC-RE-29ab). 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pope. Set of 6 In- 
Jian paintings from Kavi Priya of 
Keshav Das; ca. 1640 (1991.89- 
1991.9455). 

Mrs. John Alexander Pope. Japanese 
ceramic jar; Edo period (1992.1). 

Mrs. John Alexander Pope. Chinese 
ceramic bowl; Kangxi period (1992.2). 

Sanai lida Reeves. Japanese painting; 
Scholar en route to the retreat of a friend; 
Handscroll by Ike Taiga; 18th c. (SC- 
PA-184). 

Sanai lida Reeves. Japanese painting; 
Mr. Fuji with poem; Handscroll by 
Sengai; 18th - 19th c. (SC-PA-183). 

Andy Saylor. Japanese sake cups with 
saucers in original wooden box. Made 



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for the coronation of the Taisho 

Emperor; gift to Study Collection. 
Estate of Libbie Moody Thompson. 

Chinese ceramic beaker-shaped vase; 

Kangxi period (1991.13). 
Estate of Libbie Moody Thompson. 

Chinese ceramic apple green vase; 

Kangxi period (1991.14). 
Paul Walter. Pair of Chinese ceramic 

vases; blue and white; Qing Dynasty 

(1992.27.1-.2). 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Tokyo National Research Institute of 
Cultural Properties. Repair of paint- 
ings from Freer collection ($128,000). 



Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 

Donors of Financial Support 
$100, 000 or more 

Mrs. Else Saclder 

$10, 000 or more 

The Japan Foundation 

Dr. David Khalili 

Nippon Express 

The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation 

US. -Korea Foundation 

$5,000 or more 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Mr. Lin Chung Pak 

Mrs. Leo Simon and Mr. Stephen Simon 

$1,000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Willard G. Clark 
Friends of Free China, Inc. 
Star Trading & Marine, Inc. 
Man-shih Yang 

$$00 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sokol 



$250 or more 

Ms. Beverly L. Pierce 

Donors to the Collection 

Anonymous. Japanese porcelain jar 

with design of pomegranates; 20th c. 

(S1991.167). 
Anonymous. Chinese Jade Cup; 19th - 

20th c. (S1992.1). 
Anonymous. Chinese Lacquer Box con- 
taining 8 Inksticks; c. late 1870's 

(1992.4). 
Anonymous. Chinese Moulded Round 

Ink Disk with design of Dragon and 

Phoenix; 17th c. (S1992.5) 
Anonymous. Korean hanging scroll; 

14th - 15th c. (S1992.11). 
Saul and Elizabeth C. Baran. Japanese 

ceramic platter with Design of Deer; 

c. 1956 (S1991.159). 
A. Peter Burleigh. Nepalese 

manuscript; wood and multi-layered 

paper; c. 1879 (S1991.160). 
A. Peter Burleigh. Nepalese 

manuscript; Nilapatra with gold let- 
tering; 1678 (S1991.161). 
Robert Hale Clague. China cloisonne 

bowl; 1985 (S1992.3). 
Marie N. And Walter L. Deemer. 

Japanese lacquer brazier; 18th - 19th 

c. (S1992.42). 
Leo S. Figiel, M.D. Indian bronze sculp- 
ture; 11th - I2th c. (S1992.2). 
Dr. Kurt Gitter and Alice Yelen. 

Japanese painting; Hanging scroll; 

ink on paper; 17th c. (S1992.43). 
Dr. Kurt Gitter and Alice Yelen. 

Japanese painting; Hanging scroll; 

ink on paper; 17th c. (S1992.44). 
Dt. Kurt Gitter and Alice Yelen. 

Japanese painting; ink on paper; 18th 

- 19th c. (S1992.45). 
Karl Mann. Indian painting; opaque 

watercolor on cotton; 19th - 20th c. 

(S1992.12-34). 
Karl Mann. Indian painted textile; 

black cotton stamped and painted 

with gold and touches of color; 19th 

c. (S1992.35). 
Karl Mann. Indian painting; opaque 

watercolor on cotton; 19th - 20th c. 

(S1992. 36-37). 



Karl Mann. Indian painting; gold, silver 
and touches of color on black cotton; 
18th c. (S1992.38). 

Karl Mann. Indian painting; opaque 
watercolor on cotton; 20th c. (S1992.39). 

Karl Mann. Indian painting; Devotees 
Pay Homage to Image of Krishna as Sri 
Natb-ji Installed in Forest; opaque 
watercolor on cotton; 20th c. 
(S1992.40). 

Karl Mann. Indian painting; opaque 
watercolor on cotton; 20th c. 
(S1992.41). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
brass sculpture; 12th c. (S1992.46). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; cop- 
pet alloy sculpture; 11th - 12th c. 
(S1992.47-48). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
brass sculpture; 12th c. (S1992.49). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; cop- 
per alloy sculpture; 12th c. (S1992.50). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
brass sculpture; uth - 12th c. 
(S1992.51). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
leaded bronze sculpture; nth c. 
(Si992.52abc). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
bronze sculpture; nth c. (S1992.53). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; black 
schist sculpture; 10th c. (S1992.54). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; cop- 
per alloy sculpture; 10th c. (S1992. 55). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
bronze sculpture; 8th c. (S1992.56). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; leaded 
bronze sculpture; 8th c. (S1992.57). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; cop- 
per alloy sculpture; 8th c. (S1992.58). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; 
stone sculpture; 11th c. (S1992.59). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. and Richard J. 
Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; bronze 
(Si992.6o-62ab). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. and Richard J. 
Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; bronze and 
gold (S1992.63). 

David R. Nalin, M.D. and Richard J. 
Nalin, M.D. Bangladesh; bronze 
(S1992.64). 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page. Japanese 
print; "Raimon;" woodblock print on 
mulberry paper with hand coloring; 
1945 (S1991.163). 



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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page. Japanese 
print; "Kaizoku;" woodblock print 
on mulberry paper with hand color- 
ing; 1945 (S1991.164). 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page. Japanese 
print; "Anise;" mezzotint engraving; 
1958 (S1991.165). 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Page. Japanese 
print; "Lemon;" mezzotint engrav- 
ing; 1959 (S1991.166). 

Marietta Lutze Sadder. Chinese sculp- 
ture; sandstone with traces of 
polychrome; 386-535 (S1991.157). 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilton Simmons. 
Japanese ceramic stoneware; 20th c. 
(S1991.162). 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Slusser. 
Nepalese manuscript; wood and 
handmade paper; 1647 AD 
(S1991.158.1-.83). 



Freer Gallery of 
Art/ Arthur M. Sackler 
Gallery 

Donors of Financial Support 
$$o, 000 or more 

William Douglas McAdams, Inc. 
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 

$$, 000 or more 

Mrs. Jackson Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Covey 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laily 

Mrs. John A. Pope 

Mr. T. T. Tsui 



Donors of In-Kind Support * 

rr~ f It ooo ^ more 



All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. Airline 
tickets for travel associated with the 
Ancient Japan exhibition ($53,055). 

Japan Airlines, Co., Ltd. Discount on 
cargo shipment and airline tickets for 
couriers for Ancient Japan exhibition. 

Mazda (North America), Inc. 150 copies 
of books on Japanese culture. 

NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation. 
Assistance with production of video 
for Ancient Japan exhibition. 

The Willard Inter-Continental Hotel. 
Complimentary hotel accommoda- 
tions for representative of the Louvre 
in connection with the exhibition 
When Kingship Descended from Heaven: 
Masterpieces of Mesopotamian Art from 
the Louvre. Discounted rate for 
visitors from Japan in connection 
with Ancient Japan exhibition. 



Mrs. James W. Alsdorf 

Mr. and Mrs. John T Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bunker 

Mr. Kenneth Chu and Ms. Betty Lo 

Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Curtis, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Danziger 

Mr. and Mrs. Giuseppe Eskenazi 

Mr. and Mrs. George Fan 

Mr. and Mrs. Hart Fessenden 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Feinberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin C. Gerwin 

Dr. Curt A. Gitter and Ms. Alice Yelen 

Ftederica H. Gries 

Mr. Joseph E. Hotung 

Mrs. Rolf Jacoby 

Mr. Subash Kapoor 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Kinney 

Ambassador and Mrs. William Leonhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linowes 

Ms. Johanne Master 

Honorable and Mrs. George McGhee 

Mr. and Mrs. Hassanali Mehran 

Mr. and Mrs. David Osnos 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pritzker 

Dr. and Mrs. David L. Raphling 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth X. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas F. Reeves 

Mrs. Else Sackler 

Ms. Marietta Lutze Sackler 

Ms. Laura Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sokol 



Mr. Saburo Takahashi 

Mr. Robert Ching Tang 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Walton 



Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

Donors of Financial Support 
$ 50, 000 or more 
American Express Company 

$10, 000 or more 

Cahners Publishing Company 

Christie's 

The Colbert Foundation, Inc. 

Graham Foundation for Advanced 

Studies 
The Hayden Family Foundation 
Henry J. & Drue Heinz Foundation 
Frank and Lisina Hoch 
Samuel H. Kress Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Krueger 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morrill 
New York State Council on the Arts 
Port Royal Foundation 
Helena Rubinstein Foundation 
Daniel Swarovski Corporation 
Wertheim Schroder & Company 

$$, 000 or more 

Mr. David Baird, Jr. 

Mrs. Karen Johnson Boyd 

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. 

Liz Claiborne Foundation 

Consolidated Edison Company of NY 

Ms. Beatrice W. Feder 

The Estate of Dona I. Guimaraes 

I.D. Magazine 

Iris Foundation 

McGraw-Hill, Inc. 

Frederick W. Richmond Foundation, 

Inc. 
Mr. Arthur B. Rosenburg and Ms. 

Cheryl A. Wexler 
The Arthur Ross Foundation 
The Charles E. Sampson Memorial 

Foundation 



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$1,000 or more 

Penny and Moreton Binn 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Bruckmann 

Mrs. Mary Griggs Burke 

Cenro Corporation 

Chambord Inc. 

Mrs. John Chancellor 

Conde Nast Publications 

Mr. John A. Corroon and Mrs. 

Rosemary B. Corroon 
Mrs. Joanne duPont Foster 
Fund for New York City Public Education 
The Lawrence Gelb Foundation 
Ms. Susan Gilman 
Mr. E.A. Greenlee 
Ms. Carol Griffis 
The Hearst Corporation 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heineman.Jr. 
Mr. Gerald Hines 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz 
Mr. Fred Imberman and Mrs. Marcie 

Imberman 
Mr. Robert Israel and Mrs. Ellen Israel 
Mr. Lincoln Kirstein 
Joe & Emily Lowe Foundation 
Mr. Douglas Mellinger 
Miss Elinor Merrell 
Mr. Kenneth B. Miller 
Enid & Lester S. Morse Foundation 
National Associates of Dealers in Antiques 
National Geographic Society 
New York Design Center, Inc. 
Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation 
NYNEX Foundation 
Mrs. Sarah C. Papandrea 
Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc. 
PRT Corporation of America 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Rogers 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rose 
Joseph E. Seagrams & Sons 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Silberstein 
Professor Sue Jane Smock 
Ms. Frances Smyth 
Ms. Wendy Snyder 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanton 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stiebel 
Mr. and Mrs. Massimo Vignelli 
John Wiley & Sons Inc. 

$ 500 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Abeles 

Mrs. Mare 11a Agnelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Allen, IV 



Mrs. C. Robert Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ashley 

Mrs. Page Ashley 

Mr. John P. Axelrod 

Mr. Howard Bloch 

Ms. Cora S. Brassard 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Buchsbaum 

Robert and Judith Burger Philantropic 

Fund 
Mr. Edward Lee Cave 
Mrs. Julie Hewitt Colt 
Ms. Ursula Corning 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cowin 
Ms. Kathleen C. Delfino 
Mr. Niels Diffrient 
Mr. Eldon Elder 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Estes 
Ms. Selma Faecher 
Ms. Florence J. Fox 
Ms. Karen Free 
Ms. Virginia Gilder 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Glick 
Good Neighbor Foundation, Inc. 
Ms. Alice Gottesman 
Grey Advertising 
Mrs. Henry L. Hillman 
Mrs. Barbara F. Hines 
Mrs. Deane Johnson 
Mr. Alexander Julian 
The J.M. Kaplan Fund 
Ms. Barbara D. Knox 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lauder 
Lebenthal & Co. Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Levinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Luteins 
The Russel Maguire Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. Peter Marino 
Mr. Michael T. Martin 
Ms. Starr Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Neis 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Newman 
North American Watch Corporation 
Ms. Fifi Pate 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Peardon, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Perlbinder 
Mrs. Barbara G. Pine 
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery D. Postman 
Dr. and Mrs. Simon B. Poyta 
Genie and Donald Rice Charitable Trust 
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Rockefeller 
Mr. Gilbert L Rogin 
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Rosen 
Dr. C.E. Rubinstein and Mr. Phillip 

Winegar 
Ms. Sheri Sandler 



Mr. Harrie George Schloss 

Mr. Jay M. Schwamm 

Mrs. MaidaJ. Sperling 

Ms. Patricia Sullivan 

Tishman Construction Corp. of NY 

Ms. Sue E. Van De Bovenkemp 

Mr. John C. Waddell 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weiser 

Ms. Gretchen Wessels 

Ms. May Wohlman 

Mr. and Mrs. David Zalaznick 

Zimmer + Rohde, Ltd. 

$250 or more 

Ms. Elsie L. Adler 

A La Vieille Russie, Inc. 

Mr. Bert Amador 

Mr. Josef Bartner 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay I. Bennett 

Mr. Peter M. Benton 

Ms. Rose Levy Betanbaum 

Mrs. F. H. Berlin 

Mrs. Brook Berlind 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bernstein 

Mr. George Beylerian and Mrs. Louise 

Beylerian 
Mrs. Ruth Blumka 
Mr. William T Boland, Jr. and Ms. 

Patricia K. Boland 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Borie 
Mrs. M.E. Borish 
Mr. and Mrs. David Botwinik 
Ms. Ruth Bowman 
Ms. Rosemarie Burkhardt 
Mr. David Richmond Byers, III 
Charrette Corporation 
Mrs. Fredinand Cinelli 
Mr. Andrew Clunn 
Cordon Rose, Inc. 
Ms. Priscilla Cunningham 
Mr. and Mrs. Allerton Cushman, Jr. 
Ms. Elizabeth De Rosa 
Mr. Daniel De Siena 
Ms. Hester Diamond 
Mr. David Dietz 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dill 
Honorable and Mrs. Douglas Dillon 
Helen Drutt Gallery 
Ms. Deanne Torbett Dunning 
Mrs. Thomas Estes 
Mr. Norbert Fitz 
Mr. Peter Flaherty 
Ms. Jane A. Freeman 



165 



Mr. Michael K. Frith and Ms. Kathryn 

Mullen 
Mrs. Meriwether Garn and Mr. Andrew 

Garn 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gerschel 
Ms. Abby Gilmore 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ginsburg 
Mr. Oscar Glasberg 
Mr. Dudley J. Godfrey, Jr. 
Ms. Joan Goldsmith 
Mr. Harmon Goldstone 
Bruce Gregga Interiors Inc. 
Mr. Erik K. Grimmelmann and Ms. 

Louise A. Gikow 
Mr. Richard Harriton 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Havemeyer III 
Ms. Grace M. Healy 
Ms. Vivian G. Heffran 
Mrs. J.B. Hodgman 
Mrs. Sidney Hughes 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hyatt 
International Linen Promotion Comm. 
Mr. John J. Iselin 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jacobs 
Mr. Donald L. James 
Ms. Stephanie Janis 
Ms. Muriel Karasik 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Karatz 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kaufman 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kaufmann 
Ms. Marilyn Kern 
Mr. Mitchell Kline 
Ms. Marilyn Kern 

Mr. Robert Kraft and Mrs. June Kraft 
Mr. and Mrs. John Kunstadter 
Lebowitz/Gould Design 
Leejofa, Inc. 
Judith Leiber, Inc. 
Lillian Vernon 
Mr. Carl D. LobeU 
Mr. Miles J. Lourie 
Mr. Tonin MacCallum 
James A. Macdonald Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marcus 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Masinter 
Mr. and Mrs. William Mathers 
Ms. Pauline C. Metcalf 
Mitchell Energy and Development 
Mr. and Mrs. William Monoghan 
Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop R. Munyan 
Mr. and Mrs. Kal Noselson 
Ms. Patricia Ohnell 
Dr. Stuart Orsher 
Mr. Jeffrey J. Osborne 
P.T.M. Interior Designs, Ltd. 



Pantone, Inc. 

Ms. Elizabeth Pedersen 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Piel 

Ms. Beverly Lang Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Powell 

Ms. Claudia V. Quinby 

Ms. Catherine Rein 

Ms. Verna Retzlaff 

Mr. Edwin G. Roos 

Mrs. Shirley A. Samis and J. Woller 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarnoff 

Ms. Coke A. Saunders 

Ms. Elizabeth Scheuer 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Schimmel 

Mr. Bernard Seiz 

Mr. Roger So 

Sotheby's Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Spiegel 

Mr. E.D. Sternat 

Strong Foundation 

Ms. Anne G. Symchych 

Mr. and Mrs. Julian Taub 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Taubman 

Mr. William Theoharides 

Ms.Joy W. Ubina 

Mrs. Alexander Vietor 

Ms. Susan R. Wacker 

Mr. Paul F. Walter 

Mrs. Lynne Waxman and Mr. Avrom S. 

Waxman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilder 
Ms. Enid Winslow 
Mr. Robert C. Woolley 

Donors to the Collection 

Anonymous Donor. Teapot: "Tea 
for One", Denmark; Teapot 
(with hole in middle), Japan. 
(1991-112-1,2). 

Anonymous Donor. Handkerchief 
printed with map of Tokyo subway 
system, Japan. (1991-135-1). 

Anonymous Donor. Samples of 
printed fabric produced by 
Ernest Schurpf & Co., c. 1930, 
Switzerland. (1991-162-1,2). 

Anonymous Donor. Hand mirror, 
gutta percha, glass; necklace, by 
Kerstin Nichols, 1982-86, U.S.A. 
(1992-60-1,2). 

Anonymous Donor. Silver bowl by Josef 
Turnbach, Austria. (1992-97-1). 

Anonymous Donor. Length of woven 
fabric, 1960s. (1992-135-1). 



Anonymous Donor. Drawing, Design 
with Sun and Four Figures, by 
Winold Reiss, U.S.A. (1992-128-1) 

Anonymous Donor. Drawing, City 
Abstract, by Winold Reiss, U.S.A. 
(1992-127-1) 

Mr. William Aberbach. "SYP" Teapot, 
porcelian, made by Wedgwood, c. 
1900, England. (I99i-i07-ia,b). 

Amboss KG. Flatware set: "2060", 
designed by Carl Aubock, Germany. 
(1992-37-1/9). 

Mr. Per Arnoldi. Poster: "Save the 
Alps", designed by Per Arnoldi, 
1992, Denmark. (1992-87-1). 

Mrs. Elsa Marie Bates-Freund. Design 
drawings for jewelry by Elsa Bates- 
Freund, U.S.A. (1992-107-1/5). 

Dr. David Becker. Side chair designed 
by Hans Wegner, 1950s, Denmark. 
(1992-104-1). 

Ms. Michaela Bendu. Plastic shopping 
bag, 1992. (1992-114-1). 

Mr. Jason and Mrs. Suzanne Berger. 
Wallpaper borders: Peter Rabbit and 
His Friends, c. 1930-40, England. 

(1991-124-1)- 

Mr. George and Mrs. Louise Beylerian. 
Outdoor furnishing fabric: "Loco 
Sole", c. 1968. (1991-168-1). 

Mr. George and Mrs. Louise Beylerian. 
Group of house and table wares. 
(1991-168-2/7). 

Ms. Diana D. Blake. Selection of draw- 
ings by William Hunt Diederich, 
U.S.A. (1992-92-1/235). 

Mr. Constantin Boym. Prototype 

(clock), "Mona Lisa"; Series of produc- 
tion drawings, all by Constantin 
Boym. (1992-131-1/13) 

Ms. Irena Brynner. Group of jewelry by 
Irena Brynner, I950's-I96o's, U.S.A. 
(1991-165-1/13). 

Mrs. Mary Ricketson Bullard. Two 
woven, embroidered panels by Ruth 
Reeves, 1930s. (1991-155-1,2). 

Ms. Elizabeth L Burnham. Group of jewel- 
ry made of anodized aluminum, made 
by Patricia Smith, 1950s. (1991-164-1/6). 

Mrs. Barbara E. Busch. Cream pitcher, 
ceramic, designed by Jessie M. King, 
England. (1992-117-1). 

Mr. Mel Byars. Typewriter: "Lettera 32", 
designed by Marcello Nizzoli, Italy. 
(1992-115-1). 



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Mr. Donald Cameron. Drawings, photo- 
stats of textile designs, by Tommi 
(Anton) Parzinger, c. 1930. (1992-51- 
1/90). 

Mrs. Rosemary H. Campbell. Sidewall 
paper, "The Roosevelt", c. 1910. Gift 
from the estate of Robert H. Meyer- 
jack. (1992-72-1) 

Sir Hugh Casson. Furniture drawings, 
by Sir Hugh Casson, 1985, England. 
(1992-83-1,2). 

Ms. Dinah Casson. Photostat of a chair 
design, by Dinah Casson. (1992-94-1). 

Mr. Garth Clark and Mr. Mark Del Vec- 
chio. Vase and lid, by Rudy Autio, 
1985. (I99i-i70-ia,b). 

Mr. Harmon Cohen. Embroidered curtain, 
Egyptian style, Switzerland. (1991-114-1). 

Coogi Australia. Fabric panels by Coogi 
Australia, 1991. (1992-54-1/7). 

CHM Library: Transfer. Portfolio of 
plates, designed and engraved by 
Fritz Endell. (1992-113-1-1/13). 

Coverage, Inc. Roll of textured 

wallpaper,l990, Germany. (1992-65-1). 

Creation Baumann. Printed fabrics 
produced by Creation Baumann: 
"Mercato", "Bola", "Lava", "Lipari" 
(1992-126-1/4). 

Mr. William Cressy. Five rolls of 
machine-printed wallpaper, c. 1920- 
33, U.S.A. (1991-126-1/5). 

Ms. Joan Cunningham. Shopping bags. 
(1992-105-1/25). 

Cyrus Clark, Inc. Fabric lengths, 
samples, produced by Cyrus Clark 
Co., Inc., U.S.A. (1992-50-1/4). 

Danese Milano. Group of Italian house 
and table wares. (1991-108-1/11). 

Daum Cristal. Four beakers, glass, 
designed by Roger Tallon, France; 
Goblet, glass, designed by Roger Tal- 
lon, France. (1992-13-1/5). 

Mr. Charles De Marco, Jr. Drawings, 
studies, posters, by Michael Ver- 
naglia, U.S.A. (1992-108-1/27). 

Ms. Sylvia Dion. "Cloud" pendant 
made by Olaf Skoogfors, 1973, U.S.A. 
(1991-161-1). 

Mrs. Theodore Dreier. Length of 
brocaded silk, c. 1740, Spitalfields, 
England. (1992-79-1). 

Ms. Yoshiko Ebihara. Group of table 
and housewares, made in Japan and 
U.S.A. (1991-159-1/14). 



Ms. Yoshiko Ebihara. Two posters: 
"From Pushpin to Architecture", 
designed by Shin Matsunaga, 1984. 
(1991-166-1,2). 

Ms. Yoshiko Ebihara. Two posters, by 
Shin Matsunaga, and by Takaaki Mat- 
sumoto/M Plus M Inc. NY. (1991-167- 

1,2). 

Mr. Abraham Edelman. Wallpaper 
sample book, 1985, U.S.A.; Sample 
book, Originals of Ilonka Karasz; 
Hand painted scroll by Ilonka 
Karasz, c. 1955. (1992-28-1/3). 

Mr. Abraham Edelman Luxograph 
print: Noah's Ark, by Ilonka Karasz, 
1950s. (1992-29-1). 

Elika. "Laborious" clock; "Mona Lisa" 
clock, both designed by Constantin 
Boym, U.S.A. (1992-46-1). 

Ms. Helen Williams Drutt English. 
Brooch, ivory and ebony, by Pavel 
Opocensky; Brooch: "Venus", by 
Judy Onofrio, 1990. (1991-129-1,2). 

Ms. Helen Williams Drutt English. 
Necklace by Breon O'Casey, 1989, 
England. (1992-85-1). Gift in honor of 
Eileen O'Casey. 

Ms. Helen Williams Drutt English. 
Colorcore brooch by Thomas Gen- 
tille, 1991. (1992-98-1). Gift of Helen 
Williams Drutt English in honor of 
the artist, Thomas Gentille. 

Ms. Mae Lamar Festa. Eight pattern 
samples of printed fabric, produced 
by Knoll. (1991-157-1/8). 

Ms. Mae Lamar Festa. Printed fabric, 
"Apples", designed by Stig Lindberg, 
c. 1950. (l992-i25-ia,b). 

Found in the Museum. Tableware: 
"Primeur" pattern, porcelain, 
designed by Signe Persson-Melin, 
Sweden. (1992-22-1/5). 

Gift of Rorstrand Factory, Sweden. 

Found in the Museum. Bowl, glazed 
stoneware, made by Edwin and Mary 
Scheier, 1950s, U.S.A. (1992-23-1). 

Found in the Museum. Four prototype 
glasses, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, 
c. 1975. (1992-24-1/4). Gift of the Ren- 
wick Gallery 

Found in the Museum. Tableware, Scan- 
dinavian. (1992-25-1/10). 

Gift of Mr. Peter Condu 

Mr. Carlo Forcolini. Light, "Polifemo"; 
Light, "Nestore"; Two chairs, "Miro"; 



Table, "Onlyou", all manufactured in 

Italy. (1992-120-1/5). 
Ms. Jackie Fowler. Wallpaper 

samplebook: "bauhaus", 1930-32, 

Germany. (1992-2-1). 
Mr. Dan Friedman. Posters: Citicorp 

Center; Poster: Gallimaufry, design 

by Dan Friedman. (1992-11-1/4). 
Mr. David Gallager. Pitcher, 

"Nineveh", by Ridgway & Abington, 

c. 1851, England. (1992-99-1). 
Ms. Dorothy T Globus. Postcards 

advertising wallpaper, 1909-II. (1992- 

68-1/5). 
Ms. Dorothy T Globus. Cup and 

Saucer: "Zebra", porcelain, c. 1950s, 

Sweden. (i992-95-ia,b). 
Ms. Deane Granoff. Group of costume 

jewelry from c. 1936-1945, Necklace, 

two brooches. (1992-130-1/3) 
Mr. Alan Grinberg. Fabric: "#192"; 

Fabric: "Diamond Springs on Mother 

Lode". Designed by Alan Grinberg, 

U.S.A., 1977. (1991-136-1,2). 
Mr. Gerald Gulotta. Photostat: Tien- 

shan/Yixing Teapot #7, designed by 

Gerald Gulotta, 1987. (1992-81-1). 
Dr. Jack WC. Hagstrom. Vase, 

ceramic, made by Fulper Pottery Co., 

c. 1915, U.S.A.; Small bowl, ceramic, 

c. 1900. (1992-63-1,2). 
Bequest of Gary W. Hager 
Ms. Julia Haiblen. Perfume bottle: 

"Calandre", designed by Pierre 

Dinard, 1969, France. (l990-ui-ia,b.). 
Henry Dreyfuss Assoc. "Trimline" 

telephone, designed by Henry 

Dreyfuss Assoc., c. 1962, U.S.A. (1991- 

115-1). 
Henry Dreyfuss Assoc. Archive of 

microfilm and moviefilm documenting 

Henry Dreyfuss' projects. (1992-55-1). 

Gift of Henry Dreyfuss Associates, 

Donald M. Genaro, St. Partner. 
Ms. Dorothy Hoberman. Copper 

bracelet by Frank Rebajas, c. 1940- 

50. (1992-138-1) 
Mr. Henry Horwitt. Archive of Nathan 

G. Horwitt. (1991-I27-1). 
Mr. Henry Horwitt. Models and 

prototypes designed by Nathan G. 

Horwitt. (1991-140-1/27). 
iittala Crystal, Inc. Glassware designed by 

Markku Salo: "Marius", "Paivikki", 

"Nautilus" patterns. (1992-4-1/19). 



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Issey Miyake USA Corp. Posters for 
Issey Miyake, 1992. (1992-66-1,2). 

Mr. Dakota Jackson. Models of the 
'"vik-ter" chair, designed by Dakota 
Jackson, 1990 and 1991, U.S.A. (1992- 

47-i.D- 

Mr. Dakota Jackson. Drawings of the 
'"vik-ter" chair, designed by Dakota 
Jackson, 1991, U.S.A. (1992-58-1/67). 

Ms. Zoe Jackson and Mr. Pierce Jack- 
son. Side chair: '"vik-ter", designed 
by Dakota Jackson, 1991, U.S.A. 
(1991-151-1). 

Mrs. Joy Newport Jepson. Cutlery set: 
"Louis XVI", silver, c. 1909, U.S.A. 
(1991-117-1/9) 

Mr. Vladimir Kagan. "Unicorn" chair 
designed by Vladimir Kagan, c. 
i960. (1991-163-1). 

Mr. Vladimir Kagan. Ink drawings, fur- 
niture studies, by Vladimir Kagan, 
1965, U.S.A. (1992-56-1/10). 

Mr. Vladimir Kagan. Drawings: "Direc- 
tional" chair, by Vladimir Kagan, 
1992, U.S.A. (1992-74-1/3) 

Kai International. "Hyvalysti" Garden 
tool set designed by Igarashi Studio, 
1988, Japan. (1991-128-1/8). 

Mr. Martin Kamer. Fragment, block 
printed fabric, cotton, France, 18th 
century. (1992-78-1). 

Mr. Kenneth Kneitel. Jacquard woven 
calendar, produced by Alkahn Labels, 
1987, U.S.A. (1992-61-1). 

The Knoll Group. "Handkerchief chair 
and prototype, designed by Massimo 
Vignelli, 1982-87, U.S.A. (1991-118- 
1,2). 

Mr. Giles Kotcher. Wallpaper sidewalls, 
machine-printed. (1992-101-1,2). 

Kustindustrimuseet I Oslo. Telephone, 
bakelite, c. 1930, Norway; Plate, por- 
celain, 1930s, Norway. (1992-118-1,2). 

Kvadrat Boligtextiler As. Fabrics 
produced by Kvadrat. (1992-20-1/8). 

Mrs. Eric Larrabee. Child's chair by 
Charles Eames, 20th century, U.S.A. 
(1991-144-1) 

Mrs. Wendy (Orin) Lehman. Collection 
of ceramics. (1992-5-1/ 66). 

Ms. Gail Levin and Mr. John Van 
Sickle. Posters, Czechoslovakian. 

(1991-137-1/6) 

Mr. Ira Howard Levy. "Dieppe" mirror, 
carved bone, wood, glass, 19th cen- 



tury, France. (1991-154-1). Gift of Ira 
Howard Levy and Stanley Gurell. 

Ms. Edna Lindemann. Wallpaper 
designed by Charles E. Burchfield, c. 
1920, U.S.A. (1992-109-1/6). 

Liquid Blue. T-Shirt: "Underwater", 
designed by John Connell, 1990, 
U.S.A. (1991-113-1). 

Lumiance bv. Lighting fixture: "Prioras- 
tar", designed by Chris Hiemstra, c. 
1990, The Netherlands. (1992-62-ia/d). 

Mr. Pascal Luthy. "Dinosaur" lamp, lac- 
quereed wood, designed by Pascal 
Luthy, Switzerland. (1992-16-1). 

Mr. Joseph McCrindle. Drawings for 
pendentives by Giuseppe Bernardino 
Bison. (1991-139-1/5). Gift of Joseph F. 
McCrindle in honor of Elaine Evans 
Dee. 

Mr. Daniel Mack. Pair of dining chairs 
made by Daniel Mack, 1991, U.S.A. 
(1991-158-1,2). 

Mr. Richard A. Manetta. Paper shop- 
ping bags. (1992-106-1/38). 

Mr. Victor Margolin. Paper cut-outs, 
Mexico and China. (1992-80-1/48). 

Mr. Gene Maston. Shopping bags, 
paper and plastic. (1992-121-1/36). 

Mr. Richard Meier. Three silk screen 
prints designed by Richard Meier, 
1989. (1991-141-1/3). Gift in honor of 
Lisa Taylor. 

The estate of Robert H. Meyerjack. 
Sidewall paper: "The Roosevelt". 
(1992-72-1). 

Mr. Peter R. Miller. Four panels of ter- 
racotta designed by Kristian 
Schneider, late 19th century, U.S.A. 
(1991-153-1/4). 

Mr. Herbert Mitchell. Altar design, red, 
black chalk, 18th century, French 
School. (1991-134-1). 

Mr. Carlo Moretti. Nine footed drink- 
ing glasses designed by Carlo Moret- 
ti, 1991. (1991-139-1/9). 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morrill. Table 
cutlery: "Francisca", The Nether- 
lands; Table cutlery, pistol handles, 
England. (1992-41-1/4). 

National Museum of American Art. 
Transfer of poster for Apple Com- 
puter Japan, Inc., designed by David 
Smith. (1992-88-1). 

Ms. Judith York Newman. Two 
lithographs from Studies 



and Executed Buildings by Frank Lloyd 
Wright. (1991-156-1,2). 

Ms. Martina R. Norelli. Plastic shop- 
ping bags. (1992-82-1/11). 

OXO International. Kitchen utensils: 
"Good Grips", manufactured by 
OXO International, 1990, U.S.A. 
(1992-52-1/29). 

The Pasanella Company. Two "Eti- 
quette" placemats, designed by 
Marco Pasanella and Alexander Breb- 
ner, 1992. (1992-134-1,2). 

Ms. Kathleen Paton. Wallpaper 

sidewall, produced by Nancy Warren 
Wallpaper, c. 1955, U.S.A. (1992-129-1) 

Dr. Georgiana Peacher. Two fabrics by 
Eve Peri, 1950s, U.S.A. (1991-132-1,2). 

Mr. Donald Charles Pearson. 

Punchbowl and stand: "Life in a 
Punchbowl", earthenware, 1987, 
U.S.A. (i99i-i09-ia,b). 

Ms. Barbara G. Pine. Drawings: Pier 
Project, by Mary Ann Crawford, 
U.S.A. (1992-84-1,2) 

Ploegstoffen. Lengths of printed fabric 
produced by Ploegstoffen, The 
Netherlands. (1992-49-1/8). 

Ms. Addie Powell. Tableware: "Tuxedo", 
porcelain, produced by Swid Powell, 
1986, U.S.A. (1992-119-1/4). 

Mr. William Prindle. Set of cutlery: 
"WO-04", stainless steel, plastic, 
designed by William Prindle, c. 
1990, Japan. (1992-14-1/3). 

Mr. Roger Questel. "Country Field 
Tiles", manufactured by Intaglio, 
Ltd., 1991, U.S.A. (1992-7-1/6). 

Mrs. Belle Quitman. Brooch: "Pin #22 
C"; Earrings: "#46 A-4", by Stanley 
Lechtzin, U.S.A. (1992-86-1,2). Gift 
of Belle and Sidney Quitman. 

Ms. Rosanne Raab. Serving Utensils: 
"Nasturtium Leaves", designed by 
Robyn Nichols, 1991, U.S.A. (1992- 

44-1.1)- 
Mr. Elliot Rabner. Silver belt with niel- 
lo work, late I9th-early 20th century, 

Russia. (1991-145-1). 
Ms. Dana Robinson. Annual reports, 

designed by Robinson Graphic 

Design, 1990. (1992-64-1). 
Ms. Arlene Rogers. Two rolls of wallpaper, 

c 1980-84, U.S.A (1991-125-1,2). 
Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Rollings. Ring, 

gold, made by Ed Weiner, U.S.A.; 



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Ashanti gold weight, Ghana, Africa. 

(1992-15-1,2). 
Mr. Maya Romanoff. Wallpaper panels, 

designed by Maya Romanoff. (1992- 

18-1/3). 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rose. Group of 

ceramics, stoneware and earthenware: 

vase, bowls, bottles, cylinder, plate. 

(1991-142-1/8). 
Mr. Frederick Saal. Parure of 

micromosaics and gold; Small mesh 

purse made of gold, turquoise. (1991- 

160-1/9). Gift in honor of Dr. and 

Mrs. Joseph Saal. 
Mrs. Sanae Asayama Sabattini. Ket- 
tle/Samovar: "Vesevo", designed by 

Filippo Alison, Italy. (1992-116-ia/d). 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sack. 

Tableware: "Hallcraft by Eva Zeisel", 

porcelain, 1950s, U.S.A. (1992-96- 

1/8). 
Mr. Frederick G. Schab. 16th century 

engravings, Dutch. (1992-59-1/35). 
Mr. Justin G. Schiller. Group of Dutch 

Art Nouveau ceramics, glassware. 

(1992-100-1/16). 
Mr. Justin G. Schiller. Poster, "Le 

Locataire", by Theophile A. Steinlen; 

Etching by C.A. Lion Cachet. (1992- 

100-1748). 
Ms. Suzanne Sekey. Collection of shop- 
ping bags and one poster. (1992-77- 

1/60). 
Mr. William Shopsin. Westclox table 

alarm clock; Two opalescent drinking 

glasses. (1991-143-1/3). 
Scot Simon. Various rolls of printed, 

pleated, embossed or laminated 

vinyl, designed by Scot Simon. (1992- 

27-1/13). 
Dr. and Mrs. Norton Spritz. Group of 

English pottery, late 19th century. 

(1991-152-1/4). 
Mr. Eddie Squires. Fabric lengths and 

samples. (1992-3-1/27). 
Mr. Eddie Squires. Fabric length 

printed by Bert Kitchen, c. i960; 

Two square picnic cloths, 1950s, 

England. (1991-6-1,2). 
Mrs. Alice Stern. Earthenware plate, 

possibly 19th century, France. (1991- 

119-1). 
Mrs. Alice Stern. Vase; Tumbler; Medal; 

Dish, late I9th-early 20th centuries, 

France. (1991-150-1/4). 



Stelton USA. Cutlery set: "Filio" or 
"Wave", designed by Ralph Kramer, 
1991, Germany. (1992-43-1/5). 

Stiletto Studios. Goblets: "Champ", 
glass, metal, by Stiletto Studios, c. 
1991, Germany. (1992-89-1,2). 

Ms. Florence Nach Taylor. Necklace; 
Brooch, made by Florence Nach 
Taylor, c. 1961, U.S.A. (1991-147-1,2). 

Ms. Florence Nach Taylor. Printed 
fabric panel produced by Folly Cove, 
1950s, U.S.A. (1991-148-1). 

Unknown Donor. Greeting cards; 
Posters. (1992-67-1/14). 

Mr. Jan A.L. van der Lande. "Museum 
Wander Stool TC", designed by 
Rund Jan Kokke, 1990, The Nether- 
lands. (1992-136-1). 

S.F. Barones van Hoevell-Teding van 
Berkhout and Jonkvr. A.C. Teding 
van Berkhout. Velvet livery band, 
late 18th century, The Netherlands. 
(1991-130-1). 

Mr. Andy Van Meter. "Cat's Eye 

candleholders, glass, designed by Laura 
Handler, 1991, U.S.A. (1991-149-1/30). 

Various Donors. Shopping bags. (1992- 
122-1/6). 

Mr. Kenneth Walker. Group of architec- 
tural drawings, late 1980s. (1991-146- 
1^30). 

Mr. Paul F. Walter. Ceramics by Eric 
Ravilious, made by Wedgwood, 
1930s, England. (1992-42-1/3). 

Mr. Paul F. Walter. Dinnerware: "Per- 
sephone", porcelain, designed by Eris 
Ravillious, c. 1930-40, England. 
(1991-110-1/8). 

Mr. Guy and Mrs. Carola Walton. Carpet 
section samples, designed by Scott & 
Teegen, c 1935, U.S.A (1992-48-1,2). 

Mr. Guy and Mrs. Carola Walton. 
Drawing by Otto John Teegen; B/W 
photographs of interiors by Scott and 
Teegen, Architects. (1992-73-1/5). 

Ms. Dorothy Warren. Cup and Saucer, 
"Bermuda Visit, November 1953", 
porcelain, Staffordshire, England. 
(i992-i37-ia,b). 

Ms. Michele Wiener. Group of jewel- 
ry designed by Ed Wiener.(i99i- 
169-1/5). 

Mr. Robert Wilhite. Silver cutlery set, 
designed by Robert Wilhite, 1982, 
U.S.A. (1992-45-1/5). 



Yves Gonnet. Fabric: "Tortue"; Fabric: 

"Savanne", both produced by Yves 

Gonnet. (1992-12-1,2). 
Zimmer + Rohde GmbH. Three fabrics 

produced by Zimmer+Rohde 

GmbH: "Rosetta", "Alea", "Celia". 

(1992-133-1/3). 
Zona Alta Projects. "Snac Pac" cutlery 

set, plastic, stainless steel, 1991. 

(1992-40-ia/d). 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Geographic Data Technology. Provided 
services and computer data valued at 
$20,000 for the high tech resource 
room in The Power of Maps exhibition. 

Sotheby's. Provided free subscriptions 
valued at $1615 to various Sotheby's 
auction catalogues for the Cooper- 
Hewitt Library. 

Sun Microsystems, Inc. Provided ser- 
vices, computer equipment and com- 
puter data valued at $70,000 for the 
high-tech resource room in The Power 
of Maps exhibition. 



Hirshhorn Museum and 
Sculpture Garden 

Donors of Financial Support 
$ $00, 000 or more 

Holenia Trust 
$10, 000 or more 

Jerome L. Greene 
Truland Foundation 
Truland Systems Corporation 

$1000 or more 

Reclass Revenues 
Robert Truland Trustee 
Washington Post Company 

$$oo or more 

Loretta Rosenthal 

Silver Spring Chapter of Links 



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Donors to the Collection 

Robert Arneson. Final Study for "Diana 
IV," 1980, charcoal, pastel, and pencil 
on paper, by William Beckman (92.4) 

Sally Avery. # p-iM, 1952, oil on can- 
vas, by Stephen Pace (91.53) 

Larry Bell. SMS #216, 1991, mylar, 
paper, laminant film, aluminum and 
silicon monoxide on canvas, by Larry 
Bell (92.5) 

Mrs. Parti Cadby Birch. We Are Not the 
Last (Non Siamo Gli Ultimi), 1974, 
acrylic on linen, by Zoran Music (92.6) 

Mrs. Minna Lederman Daniel. House 
Tops, 1920, oil and water-soluble 
paint on canvas, by Mell Daniel 

(91-35) 

Mrs. Minna Lederman Daniel. Early 
Tree, ca. 1920-1925, ink on paper, by 
Mell Daniel (91.36) 

Mrs. Minna Lederman Daniel. Cor- 
nucopia, 1972, watercolor and ink on 
paper, (91.37) 

Mrs. Gertrude M. K. Edwards. Untitled 
(Young Woman Holding a Letter), 1905, 
oil on canvas, by Lovis Corinth (91.65) 

Dr. and Mrs. Merle S. Glick. Untitled 
(4.10.9.8), ca. 1965, painted stone and 
painted metal chain on wood with 
brass plate, by Wallace Berman 

(91-45) 

Samuel M. Greenbaum. Neck-Tied En- 
tanglement, ca. 1974, oil, beeswax, and 
perlite on canvas, by Nicholas 
Sperakis (91.38) 

Olga Hirshhorn. Various books to the 
museum's library. 

Nancy Holt. Drawing for "Gyrostasis," 
1968, pencil on paper, by Robert 
Smithson (91.54) 

Nancy Holt. Untitled (Drawing for 
"Gyrostasis"), 1968, pencil on paper, 
by Robert Smithson (91.55) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 
"Works" (Washington at Night), 1989, 
pencil, crayon, and colored pencil on 
paper, by David Ireland (91.39) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 
"Works" (Nighttime, Washington, 
D.C.), 1989, pencil, crayon, and 
colored pencil on paper, by David 
Ireland (91.40) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 
"Works" (Coronet), 1989, pen and ink 



and crayon on paper, by David 
Ireland (91.41) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 
"Works" (Trough on Roof), 1989, pen 
and ink, crayon, and colored pencil 
on paper, by David Ireland (91.42) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 

"Works" (Hirshhorn Museum with Fired 
Balcony), 1989, pen and ink and 
colored pencil on paper, by David 
Ireland (91.43) 

David Ireland. Study for Hirshhorn 
"Works" (Elevation), 1990, ink, felt- 
tipped pen and ink, and pencil on 
paper, by David Ireland (91.44) 

Joseph Kosuth. Ex-Libris (Wittgenstein's 
Gift), 1990, lithograph on vellum 
paper, by Joseph Kosuth (91.30) 

Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer C. Lebowitz. El 
Solitario, 1970, oil on canvas, by 
Rufino Tamayo (91.64) 

Robert Lehrman. Do Not Go Gently, 
1987, bronze and steel, by Chris- 
topher Wilmarth (91.26) 

Irwin and Suzanne Leibowitz. Peanuts, 
1991, latex on wood, by Gary S. 
Leibowitz (91.56) 

Irwin and Suzanne Leibowitz. Weenies, 
1991, latex on wood, by Gary S. 
Leibowitz (91.57) 

Sydney and Frances Lewis. Proposal for a 
Colossal Monument in the Form of a 
Typewriter Eraser for Alcatraz 
("Typewriter Eraser on Alcatraz"), 1972, 
watercolor, crayon and graphite on 
paper, by Claes Thure Oldenburg (91.31) 

Gordon Locksley and George T. Shea. 
Untitled, 1981, brush and ink on 
paper, mounted on linen, by David 
Deutsch (91.46) 

Bert N. Mitchell. The Flag, 1990-1991, 
acrylic on canvas, by Herbert Gentry 
(9116) 

Benjamin Nicolerte. I've Been Living in a 
Hydrogen Bomb, 1980, pen, brush and 
ink, and watercolor on paper, by 
John Alexander (91.66) 

Mrs. Mary Nikoloric. Untitled, 1925, 
wax crayon on paper, by Ivan 
Mestrovic (91.32) 

Mrs. Mary Nikoloric. Lamentation, 1917, 
shellacked plaster, by Ivan Mestrovic 

(91-33) 
Mr.and Mrs. Stephen Pace. Untitled, i960, 
oil on canvas, by Ernest Briggs (92.11) 



Matt Phillips. Garden for Three, 1988, 
paper collage, monotype, and pastel 
on paper, by Matt Phillips (91.60) 

Matt Phillips. The Forest, 1988-1989, 
paper collage, monotype and pastel 
on paper, by Matt Phillips (91.61) 

Matt Phillips. Berkeley Hills, 1989, paper 
collage, monotype and charcoal on 
paper, by Matt Phillips (91.62) 

Man Phillips. My Fair Garden, 1991, 
paper collage and monotype on 
paper, by Matt Phillips (91.63) 

Vivian and Elliott Pollock. Snake Eyes, 
1975, handmade paper, fabric, and 
bamboo, by Robert Rauschenberg 

(92-14) 

Paul Reed. Gilport Fill, 1971, acrylic on 
canvas, by Paul Reed (91.50) 

Robert Reed. #^A 196$, 1965, acrylic on 
canvas, by Paul Reed (91.51) 

Robert Reed. $-17-90*1, 1990, opaque 
watercolor on paper, by Paul Reed (91.52) 

Robin and Judy Rose. One Down..., 1981, 
color lithograph with gouache on 
paper, by Howard Hodgkin (91.25) 

Mrs. June Schuster. Captain Perry Roses - 
Series 196$I$C.R., 1965, acrylic on can- 
vas, by Philip Hefferton (92.12) 

Smithsonian Resident Associates. On the 
Way, 1980, pen, brush and ink, and 
watercolor on paper, by Jacob 
Lawrence (91.67) 

Smithsonian Resident Associates. 
Flowers for a Country, 1991, color 
serigraph on paperboard, by Mindy 
Weisel (91.68) 

Josephine C. Thornton. Untitled A, 
1967, assemblage of aluminum, 
painted aluminum and screws, by 
Conrad Marca-Relli (92.15) 

Donald M. Treiman. Hercules and Alces- 
tis, 1983, oil on canvas, by Joyce 
Treiman (91.58) 

Donald M. Treiman. Untitled (The Sur- 
veyor), 1982, pastel and pencil on 
paper, by Joyce Treiman (91.59) 



Donors of In- Kind Support 

Balair. Service gift of director's transpor- 
tation to and from Switzerland. 

Duke Ellington School of the Arts for 
providing studio space for a week- 
long workshop. 



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Luso-American Foundation, Lisbon, 
Portugal. Service gift of transporta- 
tion to and from Portugal for two 
Hirshhorn Museum curators. 

Lufthansa German Airlines. Service gift 
of artist's transportation to and from 
Switzerland. Also provided service 
gift of transportation for works of art. 

Loews L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, 

Washington, D.C. Provided reduced 
room rates for visiting artists and 
scholars. 



National Air and 
Space Museum 

Donors of Financial Support 
$$00, ooo or more 

Grupo IGS 

United Technologies Sikorsky Aircraft 

$100, ooo or more 

Ameritech Foundation 

Boeing Defense & Space Group, 

Helicopters Division 
Estate of Pauline Edwards 
GE Aircraft Engines 
Lockheed Corporation 
McDonnell Douglas Foundation 
Embassy of the State of Kuwait 

$ $0, ooo or more 

American Institute of Certified Public 

Accountants 
American Society of Plastic and 

Reconstructive Surgeons, Inc. 
Eastman Kodak Company 
Paramount Communications, Inc. 

$10, ooo or more 

Abbott Laboratories 
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. 
Airline Pilots Association, Inc. 
American Institute of Aeronautics and 

Astronautics, Inc. 
Buick 



Champion International Corporation 
CNN/World Economic Development 

Congress 
Cray Users Group, Inc. 
The Emil Beuhler Trust 
Fairchild Space Sc Defense Corporation 
Federal Express 
FTP Software, Inc. 

Hughes Danbury Optical Systems, Inc. 
InterCon Systems 

Intermedics Orthopedics, Inc./PROTEK 
Investment Company Institute 
Keebler Company 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Mars 
Martin Marietta Corporation 
National Space Club 
NEXT Computer, Inc. 
Omnicom Group Inc. 
SEI Corporation 
SNECMA, Inc. 

Society of Petroleum Engineers 
TGV Incorporated 
United Airlines 
Mrs. Marion P. Vaughn 

$%oooormore 

NASA 

$1,000 or more 

Fairchild Space & Defense Corporation 

$S00 or more 

Mrs. Helen J. McCray 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Arnone Whitaker & Associates, Inc. 

Construction management for SR-71 

aircraft shelter. 
Bentley Carpet. Materials used in "Star 

Trek" gallery. 
Frederick J. Bell. Donated video tapes 

used in public lecture series. 
The Butcher Shop. Catering services 

during construction of SR-71 aircraft 

shelter. 
Chrome Inc. Photographic assistance in 

"Star Trek" gallery. 
Circuit City. Materials used in "Star 

Trek" gallery. 
Collins Interior. Services in restoring 

two Cessna 150 aircraft. 



Corporate Flight Management, Inc. 
Services in restoring two Cessna 150 
aircraft. 

Custom Signs Today. Project signage 
for SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

The Design Alliance. Architectural ser- 
vices for construction of SR-71 
aircraft shelter. 

Digital Magic, Inc. Assistance with 
"Other Worlds" film for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Dominion Caisson Corporation. Cais- 
sons for SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

Fairfax Hydorcrane. Cranes used for con- 
struction of SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

GE Astro Space. Half-scale model of 
Mars Observer for "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

Georgetown Floorcoverings. Materials 
used in "Star Trek" gallery. 

IBM Corporation. Hardware used in the 
creation of animated images for 
"Where Next, Columbus?" exhibi- 
tion. 

JAYCOR. Structural engineering ser- 
vices for construction of SR-71 
aircraft shelter. 

Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Provided 
custom Rover footage, space footage 
images and computer animation for 
interactive multimedia programs in 
"Where Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Kiddie - Fenwal Fireline Corp. Fire 
Protection. Fire protection system for 
SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, 
Inc. Assistance with "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

Martin Marietta Corporation. Assis- 
tance with "Where Next, Colum- 
bus?" exhibition. 

McArdle Productions, Inc. Equipment 
and services used in the production 
of a motion picture for "Star Trek" 
exhibition, and for "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

M.I.C. Industries, Inc. Building struc- 
ture for SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

NASA. Assistance with "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

Northwest Airlines, Inc. Airline tickets 
for official travel of "N ASM Staff 
Members." 

Novadyne Computers Systems. Main- 
tenance services for computer equip- 



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ment in "Beyond the Limits" gallery 
and the Center for Earth and 
Planetary Studies. 

Radiology Support Devices Inc. 

Donated item used for "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

Reid & Comwell. Structural engineer- 
ing services for construction of SR-71 
aircraft shelter. 

Roland House. Participation in the 
production of a motion picture for 
"Star Trek" exhibition. 

Santa Barbara Productions. Participa- 
tion in the production of a motion 
picture for "Where Next, Colum- 
bus?" exhibition. 

SETI Institute. Donated items for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Shaklee Corporation. Cleaning products 
used at Garber Facility. 

Silicon Engines, Inc. Donated supercom- 
puter chips for "Where Next, Colum- 
bus?" exhibition. 

SNECMA, Inc. Provided goods and ser- 
vices associated with opening of 
WWI exhibition, "Legend, Memory 
and the Great War in the Air." 

Southland Concrete. Footings for SR-71 
aircraft shelter. 

Sound Advise. Participation in the 
production of a motion picture for 
"Where Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Stanford University. Assistance with 
multimedia programs for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Tangent Industries. Services in restoring 
two Cessna 150 aircraft. 

Tucon, Tenant Services. Foundation for 
SR-71 aircraft shelter. 

United Airlines. Airline tickets for offi- 
cial travel of "NASM Staff Members." 

University of California. Hardware assis- 
tance provided in editing interactive 
multimedia programs for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Video Arts, Inc. Assistance with interac- 
tive multimedia programs for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

The Video Tape Library. Assistance with 
interactive multimedia programs for 
"Where Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Volunteer Motor Express. Services in 
restoring two Cessna 150 aircraft. 

von Spaeth Productions. Equipment 
and services used in the production 



of a motion picture for "Star Trek" 
exhibition, and "Where Next, 
Columbus?" exhibition. 

Warner New Media. Donated item for 
"Where Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 

Wavefront Technologies. Software 
used in the creation of animated 
images for "Where Next, Colum- 
bus?" exhibition. 

Western Images. Assistance with interac- 
tive multimedia programs for "Where 
Next, Columbus?" exhibition. 



National Museum of 
African Art 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10, 000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosenthal 
Shell Oil Company Foundation 

$$oo or more 

Noah-Sadie K. Wachtel Foundation 

$ 100 or more 

David C. Driskell 
Mrs. Alma Parker 
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Pierce 

Donors to the Collection 

A. Omotayo (Tayo) Adenaike. Water- 
color on paper by Nigerian artist A. 
Omotayo (Tayo) Adenaike (1992-01- 
001). 

Anonymous donor. Two linocuts by 
South African artist Joel Sibisi (1991- 
16-001 — 002). 

Anonymous donor. Cast copper alloy 
Senufo staff top, Cote d'lvoire (1992- 
07-001). 

Dr. Ernst Anspach. Bembe mask, Zaire 
(1992-03-002). 

Honorable Jack Faxon in memory of 
Pauline Faxon. Two Kuba textiles, 
Zaire; one Alcwete textile and one 



Wukari royal display cloth, Nigeria 
(1991-24 -001 — 004). 

Toby and Barry Hecht. Two Dida skirts, 
C6te d'lvoire (1991-23-001 — 002). 

Walter and Carlen Kreutzer. Mongo bas- 
ket, Northern Zaire (1992-08-001). 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn. Kongo fig- 
ure, Zaire (1991-22-001). 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn. Yoruba 
divination cup, Nigeria (1992-10-001). 

Mr. and Mrs. James Phoenix in memory 
of Charlotte MacFadden. Kabyle pen- 
dant and pair of earrings, Algeria 
(1992-11-001 — 002a/b). 

Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Rollings. Yoruba 
twin figure, Nigeria (1991-25-001). 

Robert Farris Thompson. Textile by 
Brazilian artist Abdias do Sacramento 
Nobre (1992-09-001). 

Judith Timyan. Baule gold pendant, 
Cote d'lvoire (1991-27-001). 



National Museum of 
American Art 

Donors of Financial Support 
$100,000 or more 

The PEW Charitable Trusts 
The Henry Luce Foundation 
The Consolidated Natural Gas Co. 

Foundation 
NYNEX Foundation 
Anonymous Individual 

$$0, 000 or more 

The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation 
William T. Kemper Foundation 

$10,00 or more 

Diane and Norman Berstein Founda- 
tion, Inc. 
Elizabeth Cheney Foundation 
Hafif Family Foundation 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Thomas C. Cousins 
Philip Morris Companies, Inc. 
Phillip & Patricia Frost Philanthropic 
Fund 



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The C & P Telephone Co. 
The UCLA Foundation 
Mr. Samuel Lehrman 
James Renwick Alliance 
IBM Corp. 

Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. 
David Parker 
Melvin Cohen 
The Barra Foundation, Inc. 
The Overbrook Foundation 
William R. and Nora Lichtenberg Foun- 
dation, Inc. 
Eugene J. Kaplan 
International Bank of Commerce 
Mrs. Nan Ibcker McEvoy 



$1,000 



or more 



Mr. & Mrs. Louis H. Rappaport 

Mrs. Daniel Fraad 

Pat Sc Darle Maveety 

Thomas A. Troyer 

Jack Rachlin 

Edwin I. Colodny 

J. Kent Sc Marcia D. Minichiello 

Mr. Sc Mrs. J. Marshall Hemphill 

Smithsonian Women's Committee 

Estelle R. Wolf 

Hugh Halff, Jr. 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Aiken W. Fisher 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Victor Beadles 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Dale F. Dorn 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Donald J. Douglass 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Frederick D. Hill 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Garett J. Albert 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Harvey Rambach 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Jack Kay 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Jack W Warner 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Jacob Kainen 

Mr. & Mrs. Jacques Lennon 

Mr. Sc Mrs. James A. Mitchell 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Meyer Potamkin 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Norman Bernstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Pfeil 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Robert P. Kogod 

Mr. Si Mrs. Stephen Gordon 

Mr. Si Mrs. Willard G. Clark 

Mr. Arvin Gottlieb 

Mr. Barney A. Ebsworth 

Mr. David S. Purvis 

Mr. Edward J. Lenkin & Ms. Katherine 

L. Meier 
Mr. Eli Wilner Sc Ms. Barbara Brennan 
Mr. Paul Mellon 



Mr. Samuel G. Rose 

Mrs. Jacqueline Hume 

Mrs. John Farr Simmons 

Ms. Constance R. Caplan 

The Honorable Joseph P. Carroll & Mrs. 

Carroll 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Peters 
Mr. Sc Mrs. James F. Sams 
Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Lenkin 
Mr. Ira Spanierman 
The Honorable Edward F. Wilson Sc Dr. 

Edward T. Wilson 

t$oo or more 

Harold and Irma Rubenstein Charity 

Foundation 
Jon and Joyce Kaplan 
Daniel Q. Callister 
The Honorable John D. Rockefeller, IV 

and Mrs. Rockefeller 

$2$0 or more 

Franklin M. Schultz 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Corn 

Owen M. Lopez 

Philip Golbin 

Alan Berg 

Doris Bowers 

R.C. Kemper, Jr. Charitable Trust and 

Foundation 
Stephen & Jane Lorch 
Bank America Foundation 
Gary & Brenda Ruttenberg 

Donors to the Collection 

Abramson, Anne 
Abramson, Ronald 
Allen, James E. 
Alpert, Stephen S. 
Alvarez, Lucy 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Anonymous 
Bank of America 
Bauer, Henry 
Beard, Derrick, Joshua 
Beck, Hermine 
Beck, Lloyd 
Belkin, Annie 



Belkin, Mike 

Bellwether Foundation, The 

Bennet, Bruce 

Berler, David K., Dr. and Mrs. 

Bojorquez, Charles "Chaz" 

Brill, Warren, Dr. and Mrs. 

Broun, Elizabeth 

Burford, Byron 

Butler, Martha F. (Bequest of) 

Cardiero, C. Philip 

Cawood, Gary 

Cohen, Sharon 

Colquitt, Alice Henderson (Bequest of) 

Colquitt, Carlton 

Consolidated Natural Gas Company 
Foundation, The 

Cornell, Robert Memorial Foundation, 
The 

Dalsheimer, George 

Davies, David L. 

Denton, Robert T 

Doty, Joan 

Doty, Robert 

Eagle, Leatrice 

Eagle, Melvin 

English, Helen William Drutt 

Evans, Terry 

Fad ley, Donna 

Fad ley, Ken 

Fairbanks, Richard, Mrs. 

Farnsworth, Donald 

Fleisher, Janet Gallery 

Foss, Glenn (Bequest of) 
Friedman, Estelle 
Garbow, Diane 
Garbow, Mel 
Genn, Nancy 
Gordon, Mackenzie 
Gottlieb, Arvin 
Hackeling, Paula 
Hammer, Carl Gallery 
Harmon-Seder, Deborah 
Hartzler, James 
Hartzler, Mary Peterson 
Hemphill, Herbert Waide, Jr. 
Herman, Lloyd E. 
Hernandez, Anthony Louis 
Hillary, James F. 
Huber-Brown, Naomi 
Hushon.John D. 
Imagination, Mr. 
Inches, Henderson, Jr. 
Johnson, Bebe Pritam 
Johnson, Warren Eames 
Joseph, Peter T. 



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Kaplan, Eugene 

Kaplan, Linda 

Kaplan, Louis 

Karlins, Nancy Thoman 

Kaufman, Glen 

Keck, Caroline 

Keck, Sheldon 

Kirkeby, Paula 

Kirkeby, Phillip 

Klebanow, Hy, Mr. and Mrs. 

Koteen, Bernard 

Koteen, Sherley 

Kottler, Howard (Bequest of) 

Krakow, Barbara Gallery 

Kriesberg, Irving 

Lambert, Don 

Larson, Jane Warren 

Larson, John 

Lee, Amy Freeman 

Lehrman, Robert 

Levitt, Josephine 

Levitt, Sol 

Lewis, Marcia 

Lewton, Val 

Lobdell, Frank 

Lund, David C. 

Mainzer, Frank 

Mancini, Sal vat ore 

Marines, John 

Marines, Nancy 

Martinez, Eluid 

Mason, Arthur K. 

Mason, Jane 

Mathews, Thomas Anthony, Dr. 

Mennello, Marilyn 

Mennello, Michael 

Millard, Betty 

Morriss, Helen Oliver 

Myers, Frances 

McGuire, Dorothy L., Mrs. 

Noland, Kenneth 

Nordlinger, Marjorie 

Oilman, John, Mr. and Mrs. 

Paris, William 

Parkman, Elmerioa 

Parkman, Paul 

Parrasch, Franklin 

Pepper, Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. 

Perkins Center for the Arts, The 

Phillips, Matt 

Phillips, Pearl E. 

Pickens, Alexander L. 

Pickens, Frances J. 

Pierce, Aaronetta 

Pierce, Barry 



Pierce, Beverly 

Pierce, Joe 

Podesta, Anthony T. 

Podesta, John D. 

Pratt, Greta 

Prown, Jules D. 

Rachlin.Jack 

Rachlin, Marjorie 

Ranger, Henry Ward, 

Through the National Academy of 

Design (Bequest of) 
Reif, Doris 

Renwick Alliance, James, The 
Rich, Walter 
Rodriquez, Kirby 
Rose, Jean 

Rosenfeld, Eleanor T. 
Rosenfeld, Michael 
Rosenfeld, Samuel J. 
Rossbach, Ed 
Rubenstein, Harold 
Ruhe Family, The 
Rurtenberg, Brenda 
Ruttenberg, Garry 
Samuels, Isadore M., Dr. and Mrs. 
Sanchez, Emilio 
Schad, Fern 
Schad, Tennyson 
SchifFer, Suzi 

Schmidt, Joan Armstrong 
Schroeder, Patricia, Honorable 
Schuster, Daniel B., Dr. 
Schwarm, Larry 
Schwartz, Robin 
Scott, Bill 
Scott, Honor 
Seder, Robert 
Shimomura, Roger 
Smith, Alvin, Dr. 
Smith, Joshua P. 
Snow, John V. 
Stadiem, Bernard Edward 
Stiha, Vladem, Mr. and Mrs. 
Stoplen, Adam 
Swift, Byron 
Swift, Susan 
Thoman, Mark 
Thomas, Anne Wall 
Thornton, Josephine C, Mrs. 
Toumanoff, Eileen 
Toumanoff, Vladimir 
Treiman, Donald 
Treseder, Roberta Rice, Mrs. 
Turner, Charles F. 
Turner, Robin L. 



Twining Gallery, The 
Wayne, June 
Wilkin, Carol 
Wilkin, Donald 
Williams, Alice T, Mrs. 
Woodman, Charles 
Woodman, Jocelyn 
Young, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. 
Zimmerman, Florence 
Zimmerman, Leonard 
Zorach, Tessim, Mr. and Mrs. 
Zuckerman, Eleanor 
Zuckerman, Stanley 



National Museum of 
American History 

Donors to the Collection 

Benny Aasland: 47 Duke Ellington Society 
Bulletins from January 1979 to Sep- 
tember 1989 (1990.3216). 

Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 
(through Prof, halo Lana): set of 2 
punched cards in the style of English 
mathematician Charles Babbage 
(1992.3054). 

Rita J. Adrosko: printed paper dress, 
1965-70 (1990.0065). 

Richard E. Ahlborn: tag maker's kit 
with 124 tools and supplies 
(1989.0393); 3 statuettes of saints, 
1980s, and a chromolithograph print 
of the virgin and child made in Hun- 
gary, ca. 1900 (1990.0118; chromo- 
lithograph and prayer card featuring 
Sainte Anne of Beaupre (1991.0338); 
18 artifacts reflecting popular 
religious practices acquired at the 
Shrine of Don Pedrito in Los Olmos, 
Texas (1991.0741); Eastern Orthodox 
Church convention badge of 1910 
(1991.0778). 

Mrs. Whitney J. Aitcheson: 36 glass 
lantern slides and a wooden case, 
1860-90 (1992.0383). 

Government of Aitutaki, Airutaki Post 
Office: 7 stamps, 3 first day covers, 
and a souvenir sheet of Airutaki 
(1991.0030). 

Warren Albert: SVE microfilm reader 
(1992.0310). 



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Edward W. Alftiend, IV: 79 foots of 
typemetal and wood printing types 
and 48 miscellaneous printing tools 
and equipment (1986.0975). 

Dr. Julian Le Roi Altenhaus: campaign 
burton, "Scientists, Engineers, 
Physicians for Johnson" (1992.0019). 

Harold Airman: 15 etchings by Mr. 
Altman, 1958-65 (1991.0425). 

Amalgamated Clothing Workers: 
pamphlet about occupational safety 
and a booklet about the Taft-Hartley 
Act (1991.0792). 

American Eagle Associates, Inc. 

(through Michael J. Carroll): 3 proof 
medals commemorating the 50th 
anniversary of the Japanese attack on 
Pearl Harbor (1992.0253). 

American Federation of Labor and Con- 
gress of Industrial Organizations 
(through L. G. Nygren): 9 pieces of 
Remington Rand punched card 
equipment (305981). 

American Philosophical Society 
(through Herman H. Goldstine): 
cable post-tensioned cast iron girder 
made by J. A. Gendell & Company 
and used in the Farmers' & 
Mechanics' Bank in Philadelphia, 
1854-55 (1991.0786). 

Mrs. Helen and Polie L. Ames: 5 
uniform items worn by Edwin Sear- 
son of the U.S. Army Hospital Corps 
during the Spanish-American War of 
1898 and 9 uniform items and 6 
medals worn by Montenegro soldier 
Peter Bularovich during WW I and 
a painting of Mr. Bulatovich 
(1987.0008). 

Dr. Howard K. Ammerman: Golding 
printing press (1991.0379). 

Betty V. and Donald C. Anderson: 1948 
track roadster racing car built and 
raced by Dick Frazier and a Mutual 
Racing Association insignia patch 
(1992.0028). 

Norman T. Anderson: stereo-grapho- 
scope made in France, ca. 1890 
(1992.0195). 

Anonymous: 3 counterfeit U.S. $10 bills 
(1991.0847). 

Lillian T. Anthony: elevator operator's 
uniform blouse (1992. 0153). 

Government of Antigua and Barbuda, 
Barbuda Post Office, Philatelic 



Bureau: 30 stamps, 7 first day covers, 
and a miniature sheet of Barbuda 
(1991.0031). 

The University of Arkansas, Depart- 
ment of Psychology (through Prof. 
Joel S. Freund): memory drum 
(1979.3065). 

Alex C. Armstrong: silver Cuzco 
Federacion %-nales coin of 1837 
(1991.0761); Guatemalan i-real coin 
of 1827 (1992.0098). 

Mary P. Armstrong: 6 Bolivian coins, 
1838-63 (1992.0103). 

Mary G. N. and Col. Whitney 

Ashbridge: 69 U.S. military uniform 
items, accessories, and equipment 
(316364). 

Col. Whitney Ashbridge: 22 documents 
relating to the U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers (1979.0661). 

Associated Press (through Larry W 
Stephens): Associated Press sign from 
a teletype machine (1992.0094). 

Association for Computing Machinery, 
Washington, D.C. Chapter (through 
Joyce Amenta): 2 sets of microfiche 
about the association and of its 
newsletter, Computopics, 1958-78 
(1980.3007). 

Association of American Railroads 
(through Joyce Koeneman): 
videotape cassette titled "How to 
Move America" (1991.3020). 

Dr. Herbert R. Axelrod: matched quar- 
tet of bows for 2 violins, a viola and a 
cello made by Roger Zabinski, ca. 
1991, a violin bow made by Henryk 
Kaston, 1991 (1991.0827). 

Cindy and Richard W. Babcock: arm- 
style school bus stop sign, 1930s 
(1984.0357). 

Jane F. Babson: 19 pieces of woman's 
clothing and accessories worn by 
Mrs. Babson, 1960-88 (1991.0852); 
woman's bracelet made of English 
coins, 1944-46 (1992.0051). 

Clark J. Bailey: "Devil's Fiddle" tam- 
bourine on a staff with bells, cym- 
bals, and a carved devil's head 
(1991.0746). 

Baker Furniture Company (through 
Roderick G. Kreitzer): mahogany 
armchair made in 1990 from a design 
adapted in 1932 from an 18th-century 
English chair (1991.0201). 



Florence I. Balasny-Barnes: Abraham 
Lincoln commemorative plaster bust 
patented by Joseph A. Bailly, ca. 1865 
(1992.0049). 

Christopher Balon: woodland 

camouflage utility uniform shirt, 
trousers, undershirt, and pair of 
boots worn by Mr. Balon in Saudi 
Arabia, and a Kodak disc camera 
damaged by shrapnel during the 
SCUD missile attack at Dhamran, 
1991 (1991.0558). 

Sophronia Waesche Barbara: 5 18th- and 
19th-century lace borders and an 
embroidery frame with a partial 
sampler attached (1991.0448). 

Carol R. Bare: 9 woman's dresses, 2 
suits, and a coat, all designed by 
Clair McCardell, 1939-58 (1991.0720). 

Mary Ellin Barrett, Linda L. Emmet, 
and Elizabeth I. Peters: 77 pieces of 
memorabilia including plaques, 
medallions, trophies, and clothing, 
all earned and used by Irving Berlin 
(1991.3198). 

Lt. Col. Richard J. Barringer, USAF: 
Keuffel & Esser architect's convert- 
ible level and a tripod (1992.0060). 

Dorothy Bingham Bartley: Royle Jac- 
quard card-cutting machine, ca. 1937 
(1987.0131). 

Preston R. Basse tt (through Margarer 
B. Stern): 27 bicycle lapel pins and 9 
souvenir items with bicycle motifs, 
1880-1910, and a set of tobacco card 
premiums with images of early 
bicycles, ca. 1940 (1990.0294). 

Alan G. Bates: 3 woodworking molding 
planes (1991.0061). 

Fannie V. and Richard J. Beall: Sterling 
skirt marker with its original box, 
1900-30 (1991.0002). 

Jean and Michael Becker: 3/4-size 
violoncello made by Abraham Pres- 
cott in the early 19th century 
(1992.0005). 

Roger L Beckett: box of Lindsay's safety 
pins patented in 1878 (1991.0164). 

Robert W Bebout: 4 bowls, 2 vases, a 
clock, and a set of rings and disks 
ready to be assembled into a vase, all 
made of wood turned on a lathe in- 
vented by Mr. Bebout (1991.0060). 

David R. Beiler: 23 videotape cassettes 
of television spots compiled for 



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"Prime Time Politics 1950-89" 
(1991.3036). 

George A. Beiser: Keuffel & Esser splin- 
ing sec used in designing aircraft 
canopies (1992.0346). 

Ethel A. Belinky: 64 items of WW II 
service uniforms, accessories, ac- 
coutrements, insignia, and medals 
(1979.0580). 

Rev. John F. Bellwoar, S.J.: cassock, 
belt, and crucifix of a Roman 
Catholic priest (1992.0114). 

Bradley F. and Virginia W Bennett: 24 
Roman Imperial bronze coins 
(1991.0806); 122 ancient Siculo- 
Punic, Carthaginian, Roman, and 
North African coins (1991.0807); 176 
ancient Greek coins (1992.0091); 274 
ancient Greek coins (1991.0265). 

Mildred Bercik: framed wreath made by 
Maggie Jane Clements Meador from 
the hair of her brothers and sisters, 
1888-89 (1991.0702). 

Laura Berger, Mabel Brinkley, Judith L. 
Britcher, Martha Ouzts, G. Harold, 
Gilley, Royce M., and Mrs. Ruth 
Stephens, American Foundation for 
the Blind (through Walter L. Deck- 
er), Erskine College (through Wil- 
liam S. Hall), Heroes, Inc. (through 
Joseph Riley), National American 
Cancer Association (through Robert 
J. Task), National American Heart 
Association (through Gena Wilson), 
National Presbyterian Church 
(through Henry R. Mastroni), and St. 
Augustine By the Sea (through James 
Kauhane) in memory of Lula Fur- 
long: framed late 18th-century flag 
fragment with 13 stars and stripes pos- 
sibly flown on the USS Constitution 
(1992.0011). 

Harriet Best (through Virginia Best 
Norton) in memory of Gerald M. 
Best: lantern chandelier used in a 
Central Pacific Railroad passenger car 
about 1895 and a lithograph drawing 
of the locomotive J. B.Jervis 
(1991.0319). 

Frank Bezek: set of papers, set of 
photographs, set of envelopes, jour- 
nal, parchment document, and a 
portfolio, all related to the maritime 
career of G. C. Abbott, 19th century 
(1991.3181). 



David Biermann: variable displacement 
wobble-plate pump model built in 
1965 by Arnold E. Biermann (1992.0m). 

L. W. Bills Company (through Harold 
C. Roedre): fire alarm telegraph tap- 
per bell (1991.0872). 

Lenore R. Binzer: 13 pieces of rural 
clothing including 5 boy*s trousers 
and knickers, 3 woman's dresses, 2 
wrappers, a blouse, skirt, and a 
nightgown, 1860-1920 (1991.0553). 

Francis S. Blasdell: 2 combination tooth- 
pick/earscoops, one of gold and the 
other silver (1991.0661). 

Maj. Joseph E. Bles: U.S. national flag 
shoulder sleeve insignia, 1991 
(1991.0713). 

Roger W Blessing in honor of Victor 
Warren Blessing: 2 transistors, a core 
plug, and a Bureau of Mines zir- 
conium sample (1992.0340). 

David Board: bronze U.S. Bicentennial 
Medal of the Masonic Grand Lodge 
of the District of Columbia, 1976 
(1992.0379). 

Alan T. Bogan: military ration "Meal 
Ready to Eat" of frankfurters 
(1991.0821). 

Boston Women's Health Book Collec- 
tive (through Judy Norsigian): 4 
books and 4 posters (1991.3077). 

Peter J. Bould: photograph of Duke El- 
lington by Herman Leonard 
(1990.3185). 

Thomas W. Bower: man's 2-piece gabar- 
dine suit with shirt, necktie, belt, 
and cuff links, 1968 (1991.0845). 

Mrs. Donald L. Bowers: T-shirt in- 
scribed "FDR-CIO Labor Center" 
with an image of President 
Roosevelt, 1935-36 (1992.0239). 

Doris M. Bowman: hand-woven plaid 
pattern wocl blanket, 19th century 
(1991.0364). 

Anne M. Boyle and Thomas D. Boyle: 
Doremus-style lamppost letterbox 
made by the Reading Stove Works in 
1894 and an Esterbrook fountain pen 
and inkstand (1989.0566). 

Dr. Regis Louise Boyle: doll (1992.0152). 

Banco Central do Brasil, Departamento 
do Meio Circulante (through Carlos 
Eduardo T. de Andrade): ^oo-cruzeiros 
coin commemorating Columbus' dis- 
covery of America, 1991 (1992.0082); 



(through Antonio Carlos Meda): 9 
Brazilian coins of 1989-90 
(1991.0762); Brazilian coin com- 
memorating the 1992 United Nations 
Conference on Environment and 
Development (1992.0323); specimen 
bank note commemorating the 1992 
United Nations Conference on En- 
vironment and Development 
(1992.0361); (through Alcides de 
Schueler): Brazilian bank note for 
50,000 cruzeiros (1991.0869). 

Frank O. Braynard: 68 ocean liner docu- 
ments and artifacts related mainly to 
the S.S. Leviathan, 1914, and the S.S. 
United States, 1952 (1991.0856). 

Fleur S. Bresler: length of feed bag 
fabric and a quilt top made with feed 
bag fabric squares (1991.0815). 

A. Bridgers: .6 cubic foot of archival 
material relating to Duke Ellington 
(1990.3235). 

Alice E. Briscoe: General Electric fruit 
and vegetable peeler (1991.0273). 

Marguerite Wale Broaddus: bill from 
couturier Lucien Lelong of Paris 
made out to Miss Wale, May 1929 
(1992.0139). 

Rodger M. Brodin: miniature replica of 
the military nurse statue for the Viet- 
nam Women's Memorial made by 
Mr. Brodin (1991.0782). 

Irvin A. Brooke: 4 embroidered textiles 
and a piece of silk dress fabric 
(1991.0763). 

Darlene Brown: .15 cubic foot of 

newsclippings, photographs, articles, 
programs, and other archival material 
relating to the career of Duke El- 
lington (1991.3156). 

Naomi Huber Brown: .15 cubic foot of 
photographs, notes, publicity book- 
let, phonograph album cover, and an 
artist's contract from Duke 
Ellington's concert tour of Asia in 
1963 (1991.3150). 

David Winner Brudon (through Wil- 
liam R. Piper, Jr.): 6 pieces of amber 
jewelry, 1900-60 (1991.0342). 

Joanne M. and William R. Bruegman 
III: 15 children's books, 3 board 
games, 2 phonograph record jacket 
covers, a toy key set, Busy Boy tool 
chest, and a Davy Crockett drinking 
glass (1990.0449). 



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James H. Bruns: U.S. mailbox made by 
the Carlisle Foundry of Carlisle, 
Pennsylvania in 1942 (1990.0484); 3 
postage stamp vending machines 
(1991.0170). 
Enid J. Buckland, Jeanerte M. 

Hartman, and Helen Meyers: 18th- 
century portable sundial made by 
Chapotot of Paris, France (1991.0884). 
Barbara P. Bush: fatigue blouse worn by 
Mrs. Bush in Saudi Arabia during 
Thanksgiving 1990 (1991.0121). 

Madelyn B. Cafruny: 2 photographs, a 
kishk-grinding pestle, and a bone 
marrow scoop brought to America by 
Lebanese immigrants (1990.0672). 

X. and F. Calico (through Ferran Calico 
Estivill): bronze medal commemorat- 
ing D. F. Xavier Calico Rebull in 
1991 (1991.0760). 

William H. Calk, Sr.: lacrosse stick 
(1992.0155). 

Leopoldo Cancio: 12 ancient Greek 
coins and a Chilean peso dated 1868 
(1991.0748); 6 ancient Roman coins 
(1992.0033). 

Luis Orlando Carneiro: 2 books, a book 
review, and a phonograph record of 
"The Duke in Sao Paulo" (1990. 3221). 

J. B. Carpenter in memory of Mrs. Wal- 
ter Willard Boyd: 10 woman's dres- 
ses, 2 hats, and a suit, 194OS-7OS, 3 
girl's dresses, a robe, and a hair orna- 
ment, 1930-48, and 3 boy's suits, 1938- 
45, all worn by members of the Boyd 
family in the Washington, D.C. area 
(1991.0698). 

Walter A. Carpus: 4 undershirts and 4 
pairs of drawers of U.S. Army winter 
white wool, mackinaw coat and 
undershirt of the Harbor Defense 
Command, and a German wool 
sweater, all WW II (1979.0834); 2 
U.S. Navy manuals for radio 
receivers of WW I (1991.0693). 

Kathleen Hand Carter: 6 reels of film 
depicting rural life and cotton farm- 
ing in Mississippi in the 1930s and 
1940s (1991.0743). 

Alexander Cartner: Pioneer laser disc 
player, noise reduction unit, and 
remote control unit (1991.0551). 

Russell K. Cashdollar: 2 reproduction 
advertisement sheets for streetcars or 
buses (1986.3007). 



Wallace Cathey: child's "Howdy 

Doody" platform rocking chair, 1953 
(1991.0877). 
Howard Cayton: 2 postal mailers for 
recorded tape (1991.0263). 

CERBEC, Inc. (through John W Lucek): 
display case containing 23 sets of 
Noralide silicon nitride ceramic bear- 
ing balls and components (1991.0865). 

Nadine Lane Chapman (through Sandra 
Hart Shaw): woman's mourning pen- 
dant, 1800-20 (1992.0302). 

Coby Chase: 6 burtons and 6 docu- 
ments related to the Superconduct- 
ing Super Collider (1992. 3027). 

Judge Charles I. Chassen: breechloading 
rifle made by J. H. Merrill of Bal- 
timore, Maryland, patented July 
1858, with a nipple wrench built in 
(1991.0855). 

Chemical Abstracts Service (through 
Dr. Ronald L. Wigington): IBM 
2280-5002 film recorder used in 
photorypesetting from 1968 to 1974 
(314462). 

James J. Chi Ids: 16.5 cubic feet of ar- 
chival papers relating to the field of 
numerical control of machinery, 1952- 
70 (1991.3085); 8.5 cubic feet of ar- 
chival papers relating to the field of 
numerical control of machinery, 1957- 
87 (1992.3056). 

Valentine Z. Chilk: 10-pound size sugar 
sack (1991.0439). 

Government of the Republic of China, 
The Philatelic Department, Direc- 
torate General of Posts (through Ho 
Sheng Hsia): 90 stamps, 18 first day 
covers, and 2 souvenir sheets of the 
Republic of China (1990.0363). 

Kim Christiansen: pair of silver earrings 
made by Mr. Christiansen with 
braille dot-writing, one says "har- 
mony" and the other "serenity," 1992 
(1992.0276). 

Elvira Clain-Stefanelli: medal com- 
memorating the U.S. Bicentennial 
made by the French Mint 
(1991.0258); 91 Roman Republican 
coins and a Roman Imperial coin 
(1991.0688); 61 silver Saxon and Ger- 
man Principality coins of the 16th- 
19th centuries (1991.0757); 3 foreign 
commemorative medals (1991.0758); 5 
medals and souvenir items from 



various numismatic conventions and 
events, 1956-79 (1991.0805); 10 credit 
cards issued to Vladimir Clain- 
Stefanelli (1992.0050). 
Mrs. Connie and Robert L. Clark in 
memory of Beverly Clark: uniform 
coat, shirt, skirt, and hat worn by 
Beverly Clark during the Persian 
Gulf War (1991.0789). 

Jack R. Clifford: 3 transistors made by 
RCA, Raytheon, and Sylvania 
(1992.0068). 

Rosemary Clooney: gold phonograph 
record on a plaque commemorating a 
million copy selling recording 
(1992.0185). 

Richard F. Clothier: 11 examples of play 
money (1991.0814). 

The Coca-Cola Company, Archives 
Department (through Philip F. 
Mooney): 3 WW II era Coca-Cola 
bottles (1992.3084). 

Barbara J. Coffee: aluminum bonbon 
dish, mid-20th century (1991.0819); 3 
phonograph records with an album 
cover of music sung by Carmen 
Miranda (1991.0843). 

Spc. Melissa Coleman: desert pattern 
battle dress uniform shirt and 
trousers worn by Specialist Coleman 
in Saudi Arabia, 1990-91 (1991.0377). 

A. A. Conant: woman's black wool com- 
bination muff-handbag, 1934-40 
(1992.0076). 

David Condon: ink and watercolor 
drawing of a Mexican War battle 
scene (1985.3140); Remington A4 
sniper's rifle with scope, WW II 
(1991.0733). 

Robert B. Condon: 2 experimental pen- 
cil pointer models, an adjustable pen- 
cil pointer mechanism, and a pencil 
pointer (1991.0766); 3 bow pencils 
made by KeufFel & Esser, Gramercy, 
and Omicron and a rule and beam 
compass made by T Alteneder Sons 
(1991.0793). 

Maria Constantine: set of steel mil- 
linery trimmer's needles, 1850-1920 
(1991.0449). 

Government of the Cook Islands, 
Philatelic Bureau, Post Office: 6 
stamps, 6 first day covers, and 2 
souvenir sheets of the Cook Islands 
(1991.0029). 



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Dr. G. B. Cordova: baking peel or 
spatula used to put bread into and 
take it out of an oven, ca. 1950 
(1992.0059). 

Cornell University, New York State 
Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Department of Horticultural Sciences 
(through Hugh C. Price, Ph.D. and 
John Sanford, Ph.D.): 2 prototypes of 
the Biolistic particle gun, a set of ac- 
cessories, and a videotape cassette 
showing a microprojectile inside a 
plant cell, 1987-90 (1991.0785); 
School of Civil and Environmental 
Engineering (through Arnim H. 
Meyberg): 2 wrought-iron bridge 
spikes removed in 1910 from the 
Amesbury-New bury port, Mas- 
sachusetts suspension bridge built in 
1810 (1992.0006). 

Maj. Rhonda L. Cornum: Prisoner of 
War uniform jacket, shirt, trousers, 
sneakers, and a sling for a broken arm 
issued to Major Cornum by Iraq 
when captured during the Persian 
Gulf War, 1991 (1991.0402). 

Martial P. Corriveau, P.E.: first day 
cover cancelled at both Cheyenne 
Post Office and the Wyoming State 
Capital Station on February 23, 1990 
(1991.0008). 

James Cotton: Hohner Marine Band har- 
monica in the key of A, made in Ger- 
many (1991.0367). 

Cornelia Cree: 35 pieces of WW I 
military and YWCA uniform items 
and accessories, insignia, and docu- 
ments (1979.0341). 

Adrian Cronauer: Webster Webcor 
Model 181-: wire recorder (1992.0315). 

Jeane Cronauer: pressed glass sauce dish 
in the Canadian pattern, 1874-97 
(1992.0366). 

Ruth W. Crook: electric soldering iron 
with 7 interchangeable tips, 6 files, a 
file box, and a can of soldering flux 
(1991.0278). 

Pauline Sherman Crouse: 18 documents 
and a silver identification tag from 
Mrs. Crouse 's WW I Army Nurse 
Corps career (1977.1042). 

Government of Cuba, Coprefil, 
Empresa Comercial Filatelica: 78 
stamps, 37 first day covets, and 2 
souvenir sheets of Cuba (1991.0167). 



George S. Cuhaj: 2 bronze medals 
designed by Mr. Cuhaj, 1990-92 
(1992.0252). 

Barton S. Cummings: 4.5 cubic feet of 
correspondence, personal papers, and 
manuscripts documenting the adver- 
tising career of Mr. Cummings, 1938- 
90 (1992.3042). 

Cindy Cutshall: 3 crayon and pencil 
drawings by Miss Cutshall and a pin 
commemorating the first human 
gene therapy experiment in 1990 
(1992.0072). 

Government of the Republic of Cyprus, 
Ministry of Communications and 
Works, Department of Postal Ser- 
vices (through Andreas Stamataris): 6 
stamps of Cyprus (1991.0336). 

Bonnie Dank: 42 phonograph records con- 
tained in 11 album covers (1988.0384). 

Edward M. Davenport: bathtub, 
medicine cabinet, sink, and a toilet 
(1992.0146). 

S. LeRoy Deavenport and Judith D. 
Mitchener: 8 film reels of cotton 
production in Mississippi, 1938-50 
(1992.0144). 

Delia DeMoss and Kay Fredericks: 2 
dresses, 2 pairs of sleeves, a crinoline, 
and a pair of panties worn by Ms. 
Fredericks when dancing on a black 
light stage in the 1950s (1991.0677). 

Government of Denmark, Postens 
Frimaerkecenter (through Hanne 
Lund): 65 stamps of Denmark and 60 
stamps of the Faroe Islands (1991.0112). 

Josephine M. DeRosa and Louise H. 
Puleo: 5 clothing items comprising a 
performance outfit worn by Johnny 
Puleo (1991.0264); 3 harmonicas 
played by Johnny Puleo (1991.0265). 

Pamela A. Derrenger: feather duster, as- 
bestos burner pad, box-form grill, 
and a vegetable peeler (1992.0208); 3 
palette-form individual tables, an as- 
bestos burner pad, and a whisk 
broom (1992.3113). 

Lynda DeWitt: tie clip with the U.S. 
Postal Service emblem (1991.0065). 

Norman Diamond: 2 Johnson fare box 
manuals, 1929 (1985.3066). 

Dennis Dimmer: book of advertise- 
ments about Duke Ellington and his 
orchestra at the Chicago Coliseum, 
1944 (1991.3149). 



District of Columbia Bureau of Public 
Works (through F. Clayton Dade): 
street cleaning cart with shovel and 
broom (1992.0272). 

Edward di Valli: linen cloth, table 
cover, shirt, cape, cameo brooch, and 
a book brought from northern Italy 
about 1907 and a set of naturalization 
papers of 1942 for Louis and Rosa Ot- 
tino (1990.0345)- 

William C. Dolowy, M.S., D.V.M.: .5 
cubic foot of documents related to 
Dr. Dolowy 's research on the enzyme 
L-asparginase now used in human 
leukemia therapy (1992.3157). 

Arnold Donahue: WW I enlisted man's 
coat, breeches, and gas mask 
(1979.0915). 

Donley & Miller Ltd. (through Peter R. 
Miller): 4-piece pink-glazed terra 
corta architectural spandrel panel 
made by Northwestern Terra Cotta 
Company for the Western Methodist 
Book Concern building of Chicago, 
Illinois in 1899 (1991.0887). 

Richard G. Doty: American Numis- 
matic Association centennial com- 
memorative medal, 1991 (1991.0685). 

Colleen and Paul M. Dougherty: 
military training saddle with acces- 
sories and a bridle, all made by D. 
Mason and Son, Ltd. of Birmingham, 
Great Britain, ca. 1916 (1992.0012). 

T. Scripps Downing: 6 cipher machines 
including prototypes and 2 sets of 
cipher rotors invented by Edward H. 
Hebem, 192OS-30S (1991.0190); 128 
cipher machine components, photo- 
graphs, drawings, documents, and 
patent papers related to Edward H. 
Hebem's work in the 1920s and 1930s 
(1991.3033). 

Robert A. Draghi: door (1992.0151). 

Eileen and Richard C. Dubrow: 2 bal- 
loon-backed side chairs made by J. 
H. Belter & Company of New York 
City, 1856-61 (1991.0867). 

Dudley Sports (through John F. Fur- 
long): 8 sofrball-making objects in- 
cluding 4 covers, 2 cores, a partially 
sewn ball, and a stitching clamp, 
all used by workers in Haiti 
(1991.0442). 

Michael P. Duffy: hardtack biscuit 
decorated with ink, "C.B. Ford, Com- 



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pany E, 2nd New Jersey, 1898" 
(1987.0502). 

Randolph N. Dyer II: set of films, 
photographs, and documents related 
to the LCL Corporation and Mr. 
Dyer's role as Executive Vice Presi- 
dent, 1960-72 (1991.3053). 

George W. Earle, Jr.: Craftsman pipe 
wrench, 1930s (1991.0059). 

Eastman Kodak Company: polycontrast 
filter kit (1992.0142); Business Infor- 
mation Center (through M. Lois 
Gauch): book, Government War Adver- 
tising, 1918 (1991.3025). 

Maj. Michael G. Edrington, USA: lined 
desert night camouflage parka, 1991 
(1992.0169). 

Lawrence E. Edwards: 5-cent U.S. 
Treasury check made to Mr. Edwards 
on May 8, 1947 (1992.0250). 

Robert S. Edwards: knight's helmet 
radiator ornament from a late 1920s 
Willys-Knight automobile (1991.0148). 

Albert M. Eldridge in memory of Clyde 
N. Eldridge: W. & L. E. Gurley tele- 
scopic solar transit, ca. 1944, with a 
notebook of photographs and instruc- 
tions and a 1970 Gurley Ephemeris 
(1991.0809). 

Mercedes Ellington: photograph of 
Duke Ellington (1991.3148). 

Ruth Ellington: 2 videotape cassettes of 
"Sacred Music of Duke Ellington" 
(1990.3220). 

The Duke Ellington Society, New York 
Chapter (through Morris Hodara): 49 
newsletters of the New York Chapter 
of the Duke Ellington Society, Sep- 
tember 1986-June 1991 (1991.3161). 

Stevenson Enterline: photograph album 
documenting the construction of the 
first cantilever bridge in Quebec, 
1905 (1992.0074). 

Dr. Barbara Epremian: woman's brown 
poplin maxi -length raincoat, 1970 
(1991.0090). 

Elliot Erwitt: empty leather-covered 
wooden box made to hold a magic 
lantern projector (1992.0385). 

Joseph Evans: flag of the Rom Gypsy 
Nation (1991.0333). 

Timothy Evans: man's brocade smoking 
jacket, 1890-1920, and a woman's 
medieval revival silk dress, 1908-12 
(1991.0850). 



Douglas E. Evelyn: 18 Boy Scout books in- 
cluding 15 merit badge booklets, a 
water safety book, leader's program 
notebook, and a handbook (1991.0801). 

Government of the Faroe Islands, 

Philatelic Service, The Faroese Postal 
Administration: 80 stamps and 6 
first day covers of the Faroe Islands 
(1991.00 28). 

Suzanne Farrell: pair of autographed bal- 
let toe shoes and a costume worn by 
Ms. Farrell in the ballet "Don 
Quixote" in 1965 (1991.0863). 

Edward C. Fechter: 47 sets of watch 
parts, gauging equipment, and dial 
manufacturing equipment, 1880s- 
1960s (1990.0579). 

Dr. Daniel C. Fielder: boxed set of At- 
lantic telegraph cable samples of 
1869 (1991.0866). 

Bernard S. Finn: Star electric heating pad 
(1991.0274); Metals Masters toy 
telephone in original box (1991.0276); 
Hankscraft ceramic baby bottle 
warmer, electric massager and spot 
reducer, and a Kenmore electric hair 
dryer, ca. 1949 (1991.0410); Crosley 
Cathedral radio (1992.3055). 

Howard M. Finn: 301 U.S. i-cent coins 
consisting of 63 large cents of 1794- 
1857, 4 flying eagle cents of 1856-58, 
55 Indian head cents of 1859-1909, 
and 179 Lincoln cents of 1909-75, 31 
U.S. 1/2-cent coins of 1794-1857, and 
11 U.S. 2-cent coins of 1864-73 
(1992.0324). 

Jane A. Finn: "Draft Perot in '92" but- 
ton (1992.0133). 

Michael J. Flack: woman's beaded eve- 
ning bag, 1905-20 (1991.0874). 

Kenneth J. Fleck: 12 War of 1812 era 
military uniform buttons excavated 
from Sackets Harbor in Lake Ontario 
in 1978 (1988.0499). 

Shelly J. Foote: alto saxophone made by 
F. E. Olds and Son of Fullerton, 
California about 1958 (1992.0119). 

Frederick Forscher: letter dated February 
23, 1890 recording the sale of Carl Auer 
von Welsbach's invention of the gas- 
light mantle to the Austrian Gas and 
Electric Company (1991.3178). 

Michele Forzley: box of peddler's no- 
tions used about 1897 by Ms. 
Forzley 's grandfather (1990.0231). 



George V. Foster: desert camouflage bat- 
tle dress uniform shirt, trousers, and 
hat worn by Mr. Foster during Opera- 
tion Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia, 
1990-91 (1991.0323). 

Beatrice A. and Jacques Francais: folk 
fiddle with bow and case made by A. 
B. Calhoun in 1896 (1991.0706). 

Jean K. and Dr. W David Francisco: 
shawl embroidered with silver and 
gold metallic yarn on black net, 19th 
century (1992.0079). 

Postmaster General Anthony M. Frank: 
pen used by Mr. Frank to sign the 
charter establishing the National 
Postal Museum in November 1990, 
and a matching pencil (1990.0620). 

Ruth E. Fraser: U.S. Postal Service let- 
ter carrier's uniform dress trousers 
and Eisenhower jacket of 1948 
(1991.0667). 

Margaret L. Frick: diary notes, activity 
notes, a letter, and a pamphlet from 
Ms. Frick's nth grade year in New 
York City, 1939 (1991.3008). 

Sidney Fruman for the Fruman family 
in memory of Nathan Fruman: violin 
made by F. Fruman in 191 1 
(1991.0826). 

Helen-Marie Fruth: cottage clock made 
by the Waterbury Clock Company 
(1990. 0166). 

Paul Fry: 6 WW II posters (1987.0730). 

John H. Fugate: leather-bound 

notebook with schedule carried by a 
Pony Express rider from Nebraska 
(1990.0564). 

Gateway Coin Club of Merced County 
(through Joel W. Anderson): medal 
designed by Mr. Anderson com- 
memorating the 50th anniversary of 
the founding of Castle Air Force Base 
in 1941 (1991.0687); brass medal com- 
memorating the Yosemite Valley 
Railroad, 1992 (1992.0380). 

General Motors Research Laboratories, 
General Motors Technical Center 
(through Arthur F. Underwood): ex- 
perimental radioisotope radiation 
projector with its prototype, holder 
for radiation source, set of turbine 
blades, tool for measuring blade wall 
thickness, and a tool for measuring 
foundry sand moisture (1991.0424); 
radiography assembly, replica radia- 



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tion source, moisture gauge, and a set 
of metal legs (1991.3073). 

Joseph Genovese: International Record- 
ing Company electric slave clock and 
the mechanism for a slave clock 
(1988. 0104). 

Albert C. Gielow: 5 photographs of the 
buildings and ivory work done at 
Wood & Brooks Company of North 
Tonawanda, New York, 1917-5OS 
(1992.3160). 

Mary W. Gilbert: 3 negligee robes and 2 
evening gowns, 1910-45 (1992.0134). 

Dr. James R. and Karen Gildenston, 
Scott Andrew Gildenston, and 
Ronita Lynn Gildenston: experimen- 
tal cathode ray oscilloscope tube 
made by H. W. Weinhart in 1932 
(1992.0001). 

The Gillette Company, Gillette North 
Atlantic Shaving Group (through A. 
Bruce Cleverly and P. K. Hoffman): 
sterling silver and platinum-plated 
editions of the Gillette Sensor razor, 
1990 (1991.0136). 

Arthur F. Goldberg, M.D. and Esther 
Goldberg: stoneware chimney pot 
with eagle motif made by Walter 
Smith of the Superior Clay Corpora- 
tion of Unrichsville, Ohio, ca. 1975 
(1991.0345); 4 steins, 2 pitchers, and a 
mug, all made of salt-glazed 
stoneware by White's Pottery of 
Utica, New York, and a covered bowl 
made by Karen Karnes (1992.0278). 

The Golden Ball Tavern Keepers, Inc. 
(through Dorothea M. Waterbury): 
sheet of 9 unissued lottery tickets 
made in 1784 for repair and improve- 
ment of the Waterbury Bridge on the 
Boston Post Road, Massachusetts 
(1991.0662). 

Alan J. Goldstein and Sheila G. Small: 
2 Superman comic books with 2 
phonograph record sets, 1940s 
(199 2. 0018). 

Claire P. Gordon: 2 cubic feet of papers 
relating to the career of Rex Stewart 
(1991.3155). 

Harold Gordon: photograph of Louis 
Agassiz and friends by August Son- 
rel, 1871 (1990.0326). 

Robert B. Gordon: 3 volumes of 
mechanical engineering laboratory 
reports written by Albert Birdsey 



Starr while attending Sibley College at 
Cornell University, 1905-06 (1991.0824). 

Prof. Robert S. Gordon: set of wooden 
geometric models demonstrating 
crystal structure (1991.0868). 

Mrs. Ralph S. Gorton, Jr.: woman's silk 
paisley shawl of 1849 and a pair of 
woman's leather riding gloves, 1850- 
99 (1991.0853). 

Mrs. Kenneth Gosney: 3 feed sacks with 
decorative printed patterns (1990.3214). 

Barbara E. Gottlieb: leather-bound 
potter's notebook of the late 19th cen- 
tury (1992.3138). 

D. L. Graham: 4 woman's dresses and 
jackets, 1936-50, and a girl's pilgrim 
outfit of 1932 (1991.0737). 

Noel Gray: 2 pieces of Australian paper 
currency (1991.0832); Australian 10- 
dollar bank note (1992.0032). 

Dave Grayson: 2 hairpieces and a make- 
up kit used by Mr. Grayson to make- 
up John Wayne for the movie True 
Grit, 1968 (1991.0441). 

Greenbelt Center Elementary School 
(through John M. Vanschoonhaven): 
Atlantic Magazine of June 1990 
(1990.3113). 

Eric Greenleaf: 17 linen tracings of 
machinery from the Corliss Steam En- 
gine Company and the International 
Power Company (1992.0002); 37 
linen tracings of steam engine and 
boiler components from the Corliss 
Steam Engine Company, 1880-1910 
(1992.0337). 

Adelaide Rendleman Grieve: mother-of- 
pearl and feather fan with its original 
box purchased at Faucon in Paris in 
1928 (1991.0798). 

Robert H. Groh, M.D.: Oschner 
electric shock therapy apparatus, 
1941 (1992.0261). 

Howard A. Guernsey (through Richard 
L. Guernsey): 2,610 phonograph 
records of jazz music (1988.0698). 

Arthur J. Gutman: whiteware pitcher 
with floral decoration made at 
Monumental Pottery in Baltimore, 
Maryland, 1880s (1992.0344). 

Jim Hail: Soap Box Derby racing hel- 
met, shirt, wheel cover, and program 
from Mr. Hail's participation in the 
National Finals in Akron, Ohio in 
1950 (1991.0440). 



Kenneth E. Halderman: 12 military 
uniform items and equipment of 
Cuba, 1983 (1991.0822). 

Rosalie Anne Hansen: woman's pink 
crepe teddy, 1926-27, navy blue wool 
knit bathing suit, 1930s, and 2 
photographs of Mrs. Hansen's mother 
wearing the bathing suit (1992.0088). 

Teresa Hanyok: Fedders window unit 
room air conditioner, 1954-57 
(1992.0347). 

Carter Harman: 10 audiotape reels of in- 
terviews Mr. Harman conducted 
with Duke Ellington, 1956 and 1964 
(1991.3084). 

Diane Harris: pair of woman's gold- 
colored earrings, 1989 (1991.0697). 

Elizabeth M. Harris: Sigwalt "Chicago" 
printing press (1992.0016). 

Michael R. Harris: 4 cigar box labels 
and a whiskey bottle label with 
sports themes (1991.0426). 

Hart, Schaffner, & Marx (through 
Robert Connors): 6 cubic feet of ar- 
chival material of the men's clothier 
firm of Hart, Schaffner, and Marx 
(1991.3167). 

William E. Hartung: Weathers turn- 
table with a polarizing power supply 
(1991.0409). 

Harvard University (through Dr. L. 
Gard Wiggins): 3 sets of relays from 
the Harvard-IBM Automatic Se- 
quence Controlled Calculator Mark I 
computer (1983.3006). 

John Hasse: Ampex Model 750 tape re- 
corder, ca. 1965 (1987.0927). 

James Hearn: 2 silver coins of China 
(1992.0099). 

Heinz U.S.A., Division of H.J. Heinz 
Company (through Edwin C. Lehew): 
Heinz ketchup bottle of about 1910 
(1992.0219). 

William H. Helfand: 982 documentary 
ephemera related to medical topics 
including catalogs, labels, almanacs, 
postcards, tradecards, blotters, adver- 
tisements, prints, pamphlets, and car- 
toons (1990.3170). 

Roslyn and Dr. Sydney Helfen: Ironrite 
electric ironing system with chair, ca. 
1943 (1992.3071). 

Katherine Hemenway in honor of Eldee 
Wilson: Welta Refleckta camera 
made in Germany, ca. 1947 (1992.0248). 



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Kathryn Henderson: 2 trays com- 
memorating Jacqueline and John 
Etzgerald Kennedy (1991.0430). 

Claude E. and Ruth L. Hensinger: wed- 
ding dress made and worn by Mrs. 
Hensinger in July 1947 from the 
parachute used by Major Hensinger 
to bail out of" his B29 in 1944, and a 
veil (1992.0236). 

Billy Henson: stoneware face vessel 
made by Mr. Henson of Lyman, 
South Carolina, 1992 (1992.0395). 

Dolores (Dee) A. Herget: wire-mesh 
window screen painted with a pas- 
toral scene and red-roofed bungalow 
by Dee Herget, ca. 1991 (1991.0813). 

Hershey Community Archives (through 
Pamela Cassidy): Hershey 's chocolate 
bar carton, 1941-47 (1992.3112). 

Miles E. Hess: safe conduct pass and a 
$0-piaster note, both used by Mr. 
Hess in South Vietnam (1988. 3121). 

Rear Adm. M. A. Hirsch: Keystone 
Radioptican projector and a postcard 
depicting the Bank and Royal Ex- 
change Building in London 
(1992.0308). 

Carol Ann and Edward P. Hock: cover 
from the last remaining Pony Ex- 
press delivery reenactment, cover can- 
celled January 2-3, 1991 in Payson, 
Arizona (i99i.oil4)- 

Sjef Hoefsmit: 75 audiotape cassettes 
recording the International Con- 
ference of the Duke Ellington Study 
Group meetings from 1981 to 1990 
(1990.3224); u audiotape cassettes 
from the International Conference of 
the Duke Ellington Study Group 
held May 1990 (1991.3151). 

Dr. Gilbert H. Hoffman: 27 

photograph negatives and a positive 
photograph concerning the Southern 
Iron and Equipment Company 
(1989.3119). 

Dr. John N. Hoffman: wooden printing 
frame made by the Rochester Camera 
Company (1992.0141). 

R. Hofmeister: Kienzle travel clock 
(1989.0582). 

Hohner, Inc. (through Jack C. 
Kavoukian): 2 harmonicas, an 
"American Ace" made by Hohner in 
China and an "Official Scout" made 
by Hohner in Germany (1991.0045). 



Edward A. and Gloria J. Holub: man's 
watch chain with human hair fob, 
1890-1906, and a woman's handker- 
chief, 1917-18 (1991.0407). 

Margarita Arias Hoover: 4 pas- 
sementerie fragments, 2 sets of 
drapery tiebacks, a pair of draperies 
with a matching valence, and a 
length of tied fringe (1990.0108). 

The Hoover Company (through Charles 
D. DeGrafT): 17 small electric 
household appliances including 8 
flatirons, 4 toasters, a portable oven, 
corn popper, biscuit baker, heater, 
and a fan (1991.0835); Knapp- 
Monarch hair dryer with its original 
box, 1928 (1991.0844); 2 Knapp- 
Monarch electric vaporizers, 1940 
and 1950 (1991.0873). 

C. R. Hoshaw: Brandis & Sons sextant 
and Battenberg's Course Indicator 
Mark II navigation instrument, both 
made for use by the U.S. Navy 
(1991.0446). 

Capt. Stephen P. Howard, USAF: 10 
propaganda leaflets from the 1991 
Gulf War, some printed on Iraqi 
paper money (1992.0057); 10 
propaganda leaflets and 2 uniform 
patches from the Persian Gulf War, 
1991 (1992.0067). 

Timothy L. and Vera R. Howey: family 
fallout shelter installed in the front 
yard of the Howey 's home in 1955, in- 
cludes 2 exhaust vents and an adver- 
tisement (1992.3048). 

Ellen Roney Hughes: 6 pieces of school 
memorabilia, 2 drawings, a 
skateboard, and a pair of ice skates 
(1992.0116). 

Mary K. Hulse: doily made from a feed 
sack with hand-crocheted edges 
(1991.0447). 

Comdr. Charlotte L. Hume, USN 
(Ret.): 3 watercolor sketches and a 
poster proof by Ethel Reed, ca. 1890s 
(1991.0818). 

Arnold W. Hunnewell: Smith Pestmaster 
garden duster, 194OS-5OS (1991.0156). 

Leon H. Hurd: stock car raced by Lee 
Hurd, 1953-55, w ' f h a 1932 Ford 
coupe chassis and a 1942 Ford V-8 
flathead engine (1992.0029). 

ICS Corporation (through Richard M. 
Sales): Soviet medal made from metal 



taken from a dismantled missile com- 
memorating the first nuclear arms 
treaty (1991.0233). 

Indiana University, Department of 
Physics (through Jordan Tillett): 
Ayrton & Perry direct reading spring 
ammeter and a Queen & Company 
acoustic siren demonstration instru- 
ment (1992.0140). 

The International Boiler Works Com- 
pany (through J. A. Beals): American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers "L" 
stamp for locomotive boilers 
(1992.0107). 

International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, Thomas Watson Research 
Center, Technical Vitality and 
University Relations (through Dr. V. 
Sadagopan): 14 optical crystals used 
in early laser experiments by Dr. 
Peter Sorokin (1985.0268). 

The International History Week 

Awards Committee and the Cultural 
Enrichment Committees, Inc. 
(through Kenneth W Freelain): 
pamphlet titled Tie Constitution of tie 
United States autographed by Warren 
E. Burger, book titled Tie Capitol 
autographed by the Virginia Congres- 
sional Delegation, and a resolution 
passed by the District of Columbia 
Board of Education declaring Oc- 
tober 13-19, 1991 "International His- 
tory Week" (1992.0025). 

State of Iowa, Department of Economic 
Development, Marketing and Promo- 
tions (through Bob Henningsen): 
"Iowa Biotech Express" banner 
(1991.0396). 

Joseph D. Isola: wedding veil with 
floral lace appliques and embroidery 
worn by Natalie Balsarini Isola in 
June 1924 and 2 wedding 
photographs (1991.0328). 

Government of the State of Israel, Min- 
istry of Communications, Philatelic 
Service: 8 first day covers of Israel 
(1991.0138). 

Istituto Culturale Materiale e Ar- 
cheologia Industrie (through Bruno 
Corti): silver medal honoring the Is- 
tituto Culturale Materiale e Ar- 
chaelogia Industrie, 1990 (1991.0804). 

Jabel Incorporated (through Daniel D. 
Herman): 3 rings made by Jabel In- 



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corporated which were reproduced 
from the Smithsonian Institution's 
Division of Costume collection, 1990- 
91 (1991.0701). 

Virginia B. Jachowski: silk kerchief il- 
lustrating the Machinery Building at 
the Pan-American Exposition in Buf- 
falo, New York (1990.0357). 

Richard Jackson: official publication 
from the Duke Ellington Exhibit at 
the Vincent Astor Gallery, New York 
Public Library, July u-August 18, 
1979 (1990.3186). 

Dorothy Jacobs: saxophone-shaped 
kazoo made in Japan (1991.0683); 
memorial plaque for a girl who died 
in 1913 (1991.0742). 

Wynne James III: facsimile image of 
Joseph Barbiere, Jr. sent from Paris 
to Lyons, France by Jean Caselli's pan- 
telegraphy method in 1867 
(1992.0292). 

Barbara Janssen: striped wool shawl and 
a printed cotton feed bag (1991.0421). 

The Bank of Japan (through Y 
Murakami): 2 500-yor coins com- 
memorating the 20th anniversary of 
the U.S. reversion of Okinawa to 
Japan, 1992 (1992.0218). 

Jbi, Incorporated (through Lisa Lindahl 
and Hinda Miller): woman's "Jogbra" 
sports brassiere, 1977-80 (1991.0172). 

Jebco Incorporated (through Stephen K. 
Giddens): U.S. Postal Service Express 
Mail collection box for next day 
delivery, 1990 (1990.0474). 

C. Francis Jenkins: stereo camera 
(1992.0211). 

Jensen Tools Inc. (through S. L Jensen 
and Norman J. Sloan): attache-style 
tool case with 73 tools used to repair 
computers and other electronic equip- 
ment (1991.0104). 

Mrs. Betty Johansen in memory of Ralph 
E. Goad: unfired clay railroad telegraph 
insulator, ca. 1915 (1991.3130). 

D. Wayne Johnson: silver medal by 
Alex Shagin honoring Christopher 
Columbus, 1989 (1992.0132). 

Marjorie Johnson: 18 postcards, 1909-20 

(1990.0662). 
Miriem E. Johnson (through Elizabeth 

Kern and Louise W. Marsh): woman's 

mother-of-pearl and lace fan, 1880- 

1900 (1991.0700). 



The Journal of Commerce (through 
Kenneth W Manz and James R. 
Steckel): Intertype linotype machine 
No. 1 of 1913 (1991.0708). 

Ann L. Kallal: 4 Roman Catholic prayer 
cards, a prayer book of 1902, diploma 
from St. Leo's School in Chicago of 
1923, and a theater Playbill of 1934 
(1990.0248). 

Constan G. Kanellos: Mauserwerk STG- 
44 German assault rifle (1991.0676). 

Be nit a J. Kaplan: Red Cross headband 
ofWWI(i992.oi7i). 

Janie M. Kash: model of the De Wttt 
Clinton locomotive with tender and a 
set of 3 coaches made by Peyton L. 
Morgan, 1931-33 (19910036). 

Flora D. Katz: button, "I Gave My 
Tooth to Science," given to donors 
during studies to measure strontium- 
90 in baby teeth (1991.0392). 

Inga F. Kear in memory of Karl Friedrich 
Corbach: American Beauty electric 
tailor's iron used by Mr. Corbach with 
original box and card (1991.0433); 
American Beauty electric tailor's iron 
used by Mr. Corbach (1991.3078). 

Kimberly Kelly: program commemorat- 
ing the Baltimore Orioles Opening 
Day of Orioles Park at Camden 
Yards, 1992 (1992.0166). 

LaVerne Y and Rufus G. Kelly: 
rotogravure section of the Philadel- 
phia Tribune newspaper dated July 2, 
1931 (1989.0214). 

Shirl L. Kemps: 2 pairs of locking pliers 
used in watchmaking (1991.0334). 

Kenwood U.S.A. Corporation, Com- 
munications and Test Equipment 
Division (through Joel E. Berger): 3 
transceivers with accessories used at 
amateur radio station NN3SI 
(1986.3077). 

Jean Keppler: Loring hand sewing 
machine, Ultra Stitcher with marker 
in original box, and a Christmas 
handkerchief made in China during 
WW II (1991.0673). 

Keuffel and Esser Company: 26 sets of 
calculating rule components made by 
Keuffel &c Esser (1983.3008). 

Billie Jean King: tennis dress 
(199 2.0122). 

George King: 2-piece dress of knitted 
ribbon and a notebook of knitting 



samples, both made by Lee S. King 
(1990.0165). 

University of London King's College, 
Department of Physics (through Myles 
Tempay): 55 pieces of electrical and 
physical apparatus related to the work 
of Charles Wheatstone (1990.0539). 

Frank Klapthor: 7 furniture fabric 
samples (1991.0861). 

Flora Kletzky: woman's housedress 
made by the Cardinal Cotton Cor- 
poration of New York City, 1957-59 
(1991.0390). 

Ron Knappen: candlestick-style non- 
dial telephone, ca. 1916 (1992.0086). 

Prof. Allen Koenigsberg: replicated 
brass knob for a Scott Phonautograph 
(1990.0351). 

The Bank of Korea, New York Repre- 
sentative Office (through Stella L. M. 
Cerruti and Han-Keun Yun): 18 
Korean coins making up proof sets 
for 1989-91 (1991.0663). 

Richard E. Kremer: cyanotype of con- 
struction on the Boston elevated rail- 
way taken March 26, 1900 
(1992.0200). 

Charles S. Krockmal: 6 glass light 
shades (1992.0178). 

Charles S. (Charlie) Lamb: 3 ventrilo- 
quist dummies used by Mr. Lamb's 
father, Fred Lamb (1992.0225). 

E. Gerald Lamboley: 6 letters written 
by Japanese-American students to 
their former teacher during intern- 
ment during WW II (1992.3150). 

Dr. Mildred A. Lamm: 3 Japanese jac- 
quard-woven pictures (1990.0232). 

J. C. Landis: 2 containers of Weedone her- 
bicide, 1940s and 1950s (1992.3077). 

Christian S. LaRcche: Porter's garden 
telescope and a set of optical com- 
ponents, 1920s (1992.0242). 

Alan Leaf: 4 photocopies of coverage of 
Duke Ellington in the Melody Maker 
and a brochure from the Duke El- 
lington Tribute Concert Benefit for 
Cancer Research held June 16, 1987 
in London (1990.3193). 

Elizabeth MacKay Leavitt and James K. 
Leavitt: Sampsel automatic damper 
control, ca. 1940 (1992.0426). 

Leon's Auto Parts (through Gloria S. 
Thompson): windshield from a 1956 
Ford automobile (1989.3106). 



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June W. Leooard: 53 laboratory and 
field collecting apparatus, charts, 
notebooks, and educational aids used 
by the late Dr. Robert M. Leonard, a 
professor at George Washington 
University (1991.0689); 39 pieces of 
laboratory apparatus and glassware, 
10 wooden stands, an analytical 
balance, and a polariscope, all used 
by Dr. Robert M. Leonard 
(1991.0691); Lutz pantograph and a F. 
G. Hunt flexible rule (1991.0694); 2 
sets of botanical illustrations, a set of 
kymograph tracings, a laboratory 
notebook, thesis notebook, and a 
photograph, all used by Dr. Robert 
M. Leonard (1992.0024). 

Robert D. Leonard, Jr.: cast marble dust 
token good for $5 in trade at the 
Chicago Coin Club (1991.0686). 

George Lerner: Mr. Potato Head Funny- 
Face Kit of 1952 and a Mr. Potato 
Head Family game of 1984 original- 
ly invented by Mr. Lerner in 1949 
(1991.0394). 

Emma and Jay Lewis: porcelain pitcher 
depicting Bret Harte characters made 
by the Union Porcelain Works, 1870s 
(19910735)- 

Jay A. Lewis: hydraulic press 

demonstration model made by E. S. 
Ritchie & Sons of Boston, Mas- 
sachusetts (1992.0084); melodeon 
made by Abraham Prescott of Con- 
cord, New Hampshire, ca. 1836 
(1992.0085). 

The Library Corporation (through 
Robert F. Asleson): Hitachi CD- 
ROM laser disc drive and 3 compact 
discs for the LC MARC bibliog- 
raphic database, ca. 1984 (1991.0185); 
Hitachi CD-ROM laser disc drive 
and 4 compact discs for LC MARC 
ENGLISH (1991.3031). 

Laurita C. Liles: woman's brownish- 
rose satin crepe robe, 1920-40, and a 
peach satin silk nightgown, 1930-45 
(1992.0182). 

Jennifer P. Locke: desert camouflage 
jacket with insignia, 1991 
(1992. 0168). 

Spc. David Lockett: Iraqi-issued 

Prisoner of War utility uniform shirt 
and trousers worn by Specialist Lock- 
ett, 1991 (1991.0695). 



Walter L. Loftin: 2 phonograph records 
of railroad advertising for the radio, 
1943-44 (1992.3085). 

Richard R. Lombardi: 3 calculating 
slide rules (1991.0445). 

Annette E. and Edith C. Long: hand 
stereo viewer and a glass plate 
stereogram of a church (1992.0212). 

Robert Lowry: lacquer tray picturing 
theS.S. United States (1992.0064); 5 
documents concerning the building 
contract, sea trials, seaworthyness, 
and christening ceremony of the S.S 
United States (1992.3051). 

Steven Lubar: Time Secretary clock and 
desk calendar (1991.0690). 

Luchow's Restaurant: chefs coat, trousers, 
and cap, and a waiter's jacket 
(1992.0177). 

Dan Lurie in memory of Earl G. 

Browell: Graflex Speed Graphic Min- 
iature camera with 20 accessories 
(1991.0660). 

Charles C. Lusk: set of 18 quilt blocks 
in varying stages of preparation for a 
friendship quilt, mid-i9th century 
(1992.0128). 

Mable R. Luszcz in memory of Joseph 
F. Luszcz: 33 fonts of lead alloy print- 
ing type (1991.0387). 

Jane H. and Robert W. Macauley: open- 
ing day pass of 1876, journal of 1881- 
82, and a patents agreement contract 
of 1905, all relating to William H. 
Schofield and the Kansas City, Bur- 
lington and Santa Fe Railroad, and a 
season ticket to the 1939 New York 
World's Fair issued to Mr. Schofield 
(1992.0118). 

IsabeUe Stanley Mac Donald in memory 
of Samuel R. Stanley: plant stand 
made by Joseph L Stanley and a 
smoking stand made by Samuel R. 
Stanley, 1989 (1990.0360). 

Roy J. Mackenzie: print of National Line 
passenger steamships (1992.0378). 

Dr. Douglas R. Mackintosh: premium 
certificate from the Klondike Big 
Inch Land Company, Inc. (1990.0487). 

Dr. Jacob R. Marcus: book of New 
Year's prayers in English, German, 
and Hebrew, 1866, and an 
embroidered phylactery bag contain- 
ing 2 phylacteries, ca. 1900 
(1991.0864). 



Marin Numismatics (through Donald 
H. Kagin): 25 dies for fractional gold 
California coins, 1853-60 (1991.0870). 

Marks & Clerk (through D. J. Devons): 
hologram of a Dougald Clerk 2- 
stroke cycle internal combustion en- 
gine (1992.0213). 

James H. Marrinan: silver-finished medal 
commemorating the 100th anniversary 
of the Triune Masonic Lodge of Mir- 
riam Park, Minnesota in 1991 
(1992.0131). 

Mrs. Simonne Martin-De Groof: 2 
postage stamps of Belgium 
(1991.0292). 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
(through Earl Fuller): 5 components 
of the HP9836 computer system sup- 
porting Prof. Gerald Jay Sussman's 
digital orrery, 1984 (1991.0418). 

Mastervoice, Inc. (through Gus Searcy): 
Butler-in-a-Box home automation 
system prototype, production unit, 
and circuit board, 1983-86 
(1991.0079). 

William W. May, Ph.D.: 15 sets of docu- 
ments and psychological tests used 
by Prof. Mark A. May during and 
after WW I (1992. 3081). 

Mazda Information Bureau: 6 employee 
uniform items, 2 hats, 2 andon cords, 
a set of kart ban placards, and a pair of 
safety glasses (1989.0389). 

Carl McConnell: film reel of the strike 
at the Tennessee Copper Company in 
Ducktown made by Mr. McConnell, 
1938-39 (1991.0796). 

Brad McCuen: 5 photocopies of album 
covers, 3 audiotape cassettes, a press 
manual of 1941, RCA vault inventory, 
1936-52, and a magazine article 
manuscript of 1958, all relating to 
Duke Ellington (1990.3234). 

Elizabeth McCullough: Harlequin har- 
monica made in Germany, marked 
"Johan Schunk, Castle Brand" 
(1991.0828). 

Analetis McFadden: 20 medals, pins, 
and certificates, a mess spoon, and a 
quartermaster pennant used by 
Samuel W Shaffer during his 
military career, 1891-1940 (1985.0686). 

Charles F. McGovem: 10 Popular Science 
series books, 5 phonograph records, and 
2 phonograph record jackets (1990.3151). 



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W F. McGuinn: Stonebridge folding 
lantern used by Col. Edward M. 
Offley during WW I (1991.0444). 

Andrew C. McKay: Gavin Model 503 
UHF television converter (1991.0435). 

Catherine F. McNally in honor of 

Harold R. Fugere: cast iron Doremus- 
style letter box of 1889 and a Groff 
fastener (1990.0473). 

Bill Melendez: animation eel with its 
original watercolor background from 
the television feature, "It's the Great 
Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" 
(1990.0480). 

Susan Meller: feed bag and an apron 
made of feed bags (1992.0180). 

Pauline A. Melton: burnt wood bowl 
handmade by Lottie Blessing Jones 
Melton, 1920s (1992.0374). 

Stephanie Mendenhall: Arab-American 
mihma ladle used to roast coffee over 
an open fire (1991.0062). 

Anne P. Merrill: 5 cork rings, 3 sets of 
surgical instruments, a Bausch & 
Lomb microscope, microscope lamp, 
and a pair of safety goggles, all used 
during early research into oral con- 
traceptives (1991.0881); compensating 
polar planimeter made by Keuffel & 
Esser with instruction pamphlet 
(1991.0882). 

Thomas Micro: milkman's uniform of 
the Sealtest Company consisting of a 
shirt, pants, belt, jacket, and a cap 
(1992.0115). 

John and Terena Miguel: Gypsy Slava 
candle of wax and ribbons, 1981 
(1991.0301). 

Seymour Milberd: Eastman photograph 
negative album (1992.0304). 

David D. Miller III: unisex T-shirt 
which changes color according to 
body heat or outdoor temperature, 
1991 (1992.0062). 

Dr. John D. Miller: 3 calculator snap-on 
faces co-developed by Dr. Miller 

(19910434)- 
Opal V. Miller: 2 school text books 

marked "White Only," ca. 1930 

(1991.0802). 
Rosemary Parisa Miller: depression era 

bed sheet with patches and mends 

(1990.0643). 
University of Minnesota, Board of 

Regents (through Barbara Muesing 



and Prof. Alfred O. C. Nier): mass 
spectrograph consisting of an ion 
source, ion collector, and a vacuum 
chamber used by Prof. Nier to 
separate uranium-235 in February 
1940 (1990.0446). 

Vernon C. Mitchell: 43 buttons, 9 
posters, 6 newspapers, 5 leaflets, 3 
bumper stickers, 3 magazines, 2 
pamphlets, a flyer, postcard, 
brochure, press release, program, 
packet, banner, and a photograph, all 
related to the modern gay rights 
movement (1990.0591). 

Wayne Mitchell: child's clip-on necktie 
of the 1964-65 New York World's 
Fair (1992.0078). 

MKS Instruments, Inc. (through John 
J. Sullivan): Baratron Type 77 
capacitance manometer consisting of 
a pressure head and a pressure meter, 
ca. 1967 (1992.0199). 

Government of the Principality of 
Monaco, Postes et Telecommunica- 
tions, Office des Emissions de 
Timbres-Postes: 26 stamps and a min- 
iature sheet of Monaco (1991.0252). 

Doris W Monk: 2 Philippine military 
officer's epaulets and a stripe 
(1987.0875). 

Mary E. Montgomery: elementary 
school dog tag issued to Mary E. 
Potts, ca. 1951 (1992.0173). 

Henry Morris: book, The Art ofMetaJ 
Engraving, by Elizabeth M. Harris, 
1991 (1991.0747). 

Edward A. Morrison in honor of Joshua 
Bradley Morrison and in memory of 
Edward Bradley Morrison: Dietzgen 
Commander set of drawing instru- 
ments and a template (1991.0811). 

Gertrude C. Morrison: pair of goggles 
worn by Gertrude Ederle to swim 
the English Channel on August 6, 
1926 and a trophy presented to her 
by William Randolph Hearst as the 
Most Popular Athlete of 1926 
(1991.0781). 

Lois Morrison: 37 feed bags and a pillow 
case made from a feed bag (1992.0191). 

Gene Moser: 15 cubic feet of documents 
relating to amateur journalism and 
the Kelsey Company, manufacturer 
of small printing presses, 1873-1927 
(1991.3163). 



Alfonso Mosquera Calligros: Peruvian 
silver medal commemorating the 
death of Aldo Moro (1991.0749); 
bronze medal commemorating 
Columbus' discovery of the New 
World designed by Armando Pareja 
of Peru, 1950 (1992.0100). 

Nicola Moss: bronze medal designed by 
Ms. Moss for the University of 
Minnesota's College of Architecture 
and Landscape Architecture, 1991 
(1992.0217). 

Betty Jean Mowbray: 38 uniform items, 
accessories, and insignia from the 
WW II military careers of Betty Jean 
Fox, Kingsley O. Mowbray, and Ted 
F. Mowbray (1989.0197). 

Lt. Col. William B. Mozey, USA (Ret.): 
pair of U.S. Army olive drab tennis 
shoes, 1945 (1992.0031). 

Carolyn Murphy: U.S. military mailbag 
of 1943(1991.0316). 

Jack Murphy: Albion hand printing 
press on its original wooden stand, 
made by Hamilton & Cope of Lon- 
don in 1845 (1991.0833). 

Mrs. John H. Murray: 9 ceramic and 7 
pressed glass items of American and 
English manufacture (1990.0371); 
woman's dress of 1978 and a purse, 
1955-65, with strawberry motifs 
(1991.0721); 3-piece tea set, 2 pewter 
plates, 2 aluminum pie pans, 2 
cookie cutters, a placemat set, 
cake/bread pan, tea strainer, teapot 
pad, patty pan set, clothespins in 
original box, and a miniature tray 
(1991.0825); 9 glass items and 2 
ceramic items made in America, 3 
ceramic items made in Great Britain, 
and 2 ceramic items made in Italy 
(1991.0875). 

Ruth E. Myer: 11 psychological tests 
and related material and an algebra 
book by Joseph Ray, 1848 (1979.3064). 

Janet V. Myers in memory of Fred N. 
Vanderwalker: double-necked harp 
guitar made by the C. F. Martin Com- 
pany of Nazareth, Pennsylvania, ca. 
1905 (1992.0179). 

Dr. Alixa Naff: 2 pastry molds, a table 
runner, and an Arabic language mis- 
sal (1989.0274). 

National Black Arts Festival (through 
A. Michelle Smith): 6 posters, 2 but- 



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toos, a T-shirt, visor, banner, and a 
program from the first National 
Black Arts Festival of Atlanta, Geor- 
gia (1989.0382). 

The National Philatelic Institute 
(through Lowell J. Myers): 
reconstructed sheet of 400 Edison 
Electric Light stamps of 1929 with a 
signature by Thomas A. Edison 
(1990.0297). 

NCR Corporation, Peripheral Products 
Division (through C.J. Dullea): 
small computer system interface 
protocol chip developed by NCR and 
Shugart Associates, 1981-82 
(1990.0505). 

R. Stanley Nelson: uniform coat with 
insignia, breeches, belt, and overseas 
cap with insignia worn by Cpl. John 
Nelson during WW I (1991.0378); 
Ace toy printing press made by the 
Superior Marking Company of 
Chicago, Illinois (1991.0800); poster 
with a wood engraving by Donna 
Westerman and Scripps College 
Press, 1991 (1992.0216). 

Nestle Beverage Company (through 
Susan Isphording): 23 containers for 
coffee, 6 clothing items, 2 crates, 2 
display signs, 2 cups and a saucer, 2 
measuring cups, a sealed postal 
mailer, jigsaw puzzle, painted win- 
dow, and a thermometer, all related 
to Hills Brothers Coffee (1991.0180). 

Corinne Schey Netter: white cotton 
batiste infant's christening gown 
handmade in 1913 by Mrs. Netter's 
grandmother and used by the Schey 
family until 1987 (1992.0075). 

William A. Nevill: container of DDT 
pesticide (1991.3088). 

New Mexico State University: 47 sets of 
drawings of the BTL Model 5 com- 
puter and a list of drawings of the 
computer system X-66744 
(1983. 3018); 8 components of the BTL 
Model 5 computer (1987.0821). 

New United Motor Manufacturing, Inc. 
(through Michael Darner and Sharon L 
Sarris): kan ban ai&,andm board, and a 
contract book used at an automobile 
factory in the U.S. set up to work by 
Japanese techniques (1989.0442). 

New York Numismatic Club (through 
Albert J. Zaloom): bronze medal 



designed by Jonathan Swanson com- 
memorating the club's 1,000th meet- 
ing in April 1992 (1992.0137). 

Government of New Zealand, New 
Zealand Post, Philatelic Bureau 
(through Basil E. Umuroa): 32 
stamps of New Zealand (1991.0084). 

Dallas E. Nichols, Jr.: button, "I Gave My 
Tooth to Science," given to donors 
during studies to measure strontium- 
90 in baby teeth (1991.0391). 

Lillian Niemann: 60-year membership 
pin, 50-year membership card, and a 
3-year safe driving pin, all related to 
Raymond W. Niemann's postal 
career and membership in the Na- 
tional Association of Letter Carriers 
(1991.0340). 

Government of Niue, Niue Post Office, 
Philatelic Bureau: 6 stamps, 3 first 
day covers, and a souvenir sheet of 
Niue (1991.0005). 

The Richard Nixon Library and 

Birthplace (through John H. Taylor): 
videotape cassette of "Duke El- 
lington at the White House," 1969 
(1991.3017). 

George A. Norton III: lunchbox with 
thermos illustrating "The Exciting 
World of Metrics," 1976 (1992.0404). 

Government of Norway, Norwegian 
Post Stamp Bureau: 4 stamps and 4 
first day covers of Norway (1991.0217). 

Noxell Corporation, a Procter Sc Gamble 
Company (through Carrol A. Bodie): 
12 cubic feet of Cover Girl advertising 
materials, 1959-90 (1992.3044). 

Sarah Noyes in memory of John Noyes: 
carpet from the luxury liner The 
Queen Mary (1988.0543). 

Harold J. Nussbaum: 34 Crusader coins 
(1991.0846). 

Edward L. O'Brien: 44 financial docu- 
ments pertaining to the purchase of 
type and printing equipment for Fen- 
ton C. Fowler of Boston, Mas- 
sachusetts (1990.3034). 

Marjorie P. O'Connor in memory of 
Horence Pierson Jobes: blue and 
white jacquard double-woven cover- 
let made by David D. Haring of Ber- 
gen County, New Jersey in 1833 
(1991.0829). 

The Ohio Historical Society (through 
Elizabeth R. Martin): 52 boxes of 



glass plate negatives of Ohio 
machine tool builder Long and 
Allstatter Company, 1871-1933 
(1991.0108); 33 boxes of glass plate 
negatives of Ohio machine tool 
builder Niles, Bement, Pond Com- 
pany, 1889-1928 (1992.0243); 25 boxes 
of glass plate negatives of Ohio 
machine tool builder Hooven, 
Owens, Rentschler Company, Inc., 
1882-1928 (1992.0244); 17 boxes of 
glass plate negatives of Ohio 
machine tool builder Bement 
which operated from the 1860s to 
1889 under various names 
(1992.0245); box of glass plate nega- 
tives of Ohio machine tool builder 
Niles Tool Works, 1871-89 
(1992.0246). 

Anne R. Ohlbaum in memory of Judge 
Stanley N. Ohlbaum: Bristol revolu- 
tion counter and a check writer 
(1992.0030). 

Mr. Jonathan A. Oldlittles: admission 
ticket to the U.S. House of Repre- 
sentatives' centennial commemora- 
tion of Chief Justice John Marshall 
on February 4, 1901 (1991.3106). 

Olin Corporation (through P.F. Inman, 
Jr.): 4 pattern 1 -dollar U.S. coins 
(1992.0081). 

Craig A. Orr: 6 postcards and 3 
photographs of women serving 
during WW I (1991.3179). 

Lee and Leslie Darrell Oskar: 3 Lee 
Oskar harmonicas made in Japan by 
Tombo and an "Oskamonica" 
keychain (1991.0366). 

Dr. George E. and Leora M. Osier: sur- 
gical kit made by George Tiemann & 
Company of New York for the U.S. 
Army, 1860s (1991.0858). 

Sandra Ortenberg in memory of Matil- 
da Marcus Newman: violin made by 
H. Derazey of Mirecourt, France 
about 1880 (1992.0388). 

Robert G. Owens: 19 volunteer 
firefighter's artifacts used by Mr. 
Owens' parents including 5 awards, 3 
T-shirts, a 9-piece dress uniform, 4- 
piece turnout uniform and extra pair 
of gloves, spanner wrench, coupling, 
mug, a helmet shield, and a Ladies 
Auxilary jacket, cape, patch, and pair 
of earrings (1991.0857). 



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Rudy Padilla: 2 ink -decorated handker- 
chiefs, 1986 and 1991 (1991.0431). 

Richard M. Palange: SOHIO gas sta- 
tion attendant's uniform consisting 
of a jacket, pants, and a patch 
(1992.0156). 

Edward W. Pasley: framed set of 49 
US. Navy patches used on nuclear 
fleet ballistic missile submarines 
(1991-0739). 

Mrs. Jefferson Patterson: 12 pieces of 
clothing worn by members of the Pat- 
terson family from the 1920s to the 
1980s, 2 lists with samples for cloth- 
ing being ordered in the 1920s, and a 
bill for clothing ordered for the Lon- 
don season in 1926 (1991.0398); 2 eve- 
ning dresses, a gold leather evening 
bag, pair of gold leather shoes, pair of 
shoe stretchers, and a photograph of a 
painting of Mrs. Patterson wearing 
one of the dresses, 1970-84 
(1992.0052). 

Susan Pearcy: 6 proof prints and 2 
linoleum printing plates used to 
make the print The Golden Past, 1986 
(1992.0214). 

Sidney A. Peerless, M.D.: 67 Roman 
Imperial bronze and copper coins of 
the 3rd to 4th centuries A.D. 
(1991.0751); 445 ancient silver Greek 
coins, 6th to 2nd centuries B.C. 
(1991.0830). 

Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Al- 
bert Fitch Memorial Library 
(through Thomas L. Lewis): Nachet 
microscope (1991.0682). 

Government of Penrhyn Island, 

Penrhyn Post Office: 8 stamps, 2 first 
day covers, and a souvenir sheet of 
Penrhyn Island (1991.0004). 

Clifford W. Perrine: 2 mail straps used 
by Mr. Perrine on his rural mail 
route, 194OS-7OS (1991.0668). 

Philip Morris International (through 
Elizabeth Butson): 10 videotape cas- 
settes of Marlboro cigarette interna- 
tional advertising (1989.3100). 

Lloyd M. Pierson: 3 Ku Klux Klan 
posters and a paper arm band found 
in Virginia, 1965-66 (1991.0817). 

H. Richard Piet in memory of Harry R. 
Piet, Jr.: 19th-century ladies combina- 
tion sewing table, writing table, and 
piano (1992.0192). 



Playboy Enterprises, Inc. (through 
Robyn L. Radomski): 10-piece 
Playboy Bunny cocktail waitress 
uniform, a Bunny of the Year trophy, 
and a Bunny rules manual 
(1990.0180). 

Gloria Pocobello: accordion and case 
made by Mrs. Pocobello's father, Dan 
Boudini, about 1918 and used in his 
vaudeville act (1991.0684). 

Rev. Gerry Pocock: program from the 
"Concert of Sacred Music" held April 
29, 1990 at Grace Cathedral in San 
Francisco, California (1990.3189). 

Poison Prevention Week Council 
(through Ken Giles): 51 posters 
reflecting 25 years of effort to prevent 
childhood poisonings, 1962-86 
(1986.3113). 

George J. Poris: 4.11 cubic feet of busi- 
ness files, videoscripts, and proof- 
sheets, all related to Noxell 
Corporation's Cover Girl and other 
product advertising, 1953-78 
(1990.3087). 

Porta-Nails, Inc. (through Jerry D. 
Coleman): Ring Master lathe with 3 
wrenches (1991.0295). 

Jean O. Porter: 17 U.S. Marine Corps 
uniform items and souvenirs from 
Pvt. Oliver O Osterwise's duty in 
the Philippines, 1900-5 (1990.0168). 

Herman T. and Phenie R. Pott Founda- 
tion (through John P. Fechter): tow- 
boat pilot house structure from the 
Herman T. Pott (1985.3036). 

Pratt-Read Corporation (through H. B. 
Woody Comstock): 8 cubic feet of ar- 
chival material documenting the 
ivory-working and piano keyboard- 
making firm of Pratt, Read & Com- 
pany, 1863-1968 (1Q92.3146); 2 stock 
certificate books and a general ledger 
of the piano-making firm of Sohmer 
& Company, 1940-83 (1992.3147). 

Prince George's County Public Schools 
(through Estelle I. Gardiner): 2 
school desk and chair combinations 
(1990.0382). 

Prince George's General Hospital 

(through Robert J. Brady and Arthur 
Kaufman, M.D.): 11 bottles of 
dextrose 5% and 5 bottles of dextrose 
5% with electrolyte #75 solutions 
(1992.3139). 



Kim Quilles: woman's down feather- 
filled winter coat, 1984 (1991.0311). 

David Rabinow: 2 electric Victor ad- 
ding machines (1991.0791). 

Evan Ragland: prototype daisy wheel 
printer and 3 daisy wheel element 
sets (1991.0412). 

June D. Raisbeck: 2-piece apricot organ- 
dy graduation dress and an invita- 
tion, program, Honor Society 
certificate, and diploma of Broadway 
High School in Seattle, Washington, 
earned by Mrs. Raisbeck in 1932 
(1991.0775). 

Ken Rattenbury: 4 audiotape cassettes 
of interviews and performances by 
Duke Ellington, a music transcrip- 
tion, and Mr. Rattenbury 's Master's 
thesis about Duke Ellington, 1984 
(1991.3160). 

Marion Lacey Rau (through James V. 
Schwent): 28 examples of Wedgwood 
jasparware of the Henry Rau Collec- 
tion made in Staffordshire, England, 
between 1780 and 1875 (1991.0692). 

Nancy Reagan: woman's 2-piece red 
boucle suit designed by Adolfo 
(1992.0069). 

Reddy Communications, Inc. (through 
Ashton B. Collins, Jr.): 14 objects 
depicting the Reddy Kilowatt logo 
including 12 souvenir products, a 
pipe cleaner caricature of about 1929, 
and a bronze sculpture by Michael 
Lantz, 1947 (1991.0776). 

Thorburn Reid: lighthouse shelf clock 
made by Simon Willard of Roxbury, 
Massachusetts, ca. 1825 (1991.0040). 

Nathan Reingold: Remington Remette 
portable typewriter, ca. 1943 
(1991.0696). 

Resources Capital Management Corpora- 
tion in honor of Public Service 
Electric and Gas of New Jersey 
(through Eileen A. Moran): pair of 
19th-century factory gates from the 
Dobson Mill of Philadelphia, Pen- 
nsylvania (1991.0731). 

Allene and Roger W. Reynolds: set of 
dentures, silver medal, daguer- 
reotype, certificate, and a 
preamble/resolution, all related to 
the careers of Dr. William Beall Mor- 
rison and Dr. James Beall Morrison, 
19th century (1991.0723); 10 letters 



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received by Dr. James Beall Mor- 
risoo, 1869-73 (1992.3148). 

Allie P. Reynolds: New York Yankees 
baseball uniform jersey, socks, and 
cap, worn by Mr. Reynolds in 1954 
(1992.0256). 

Mary A. Rhoads: Kevlar helmet with 
desert camouflage cover worn by 
Reservist Rhoads in Saudi Arabia, 
1991 (1991.0557). 

Dr. Oscar W. Richards: 24 mathematical 
documents, 4 calculating rules, 4 math- 
ematical tables, and a trigonographic 
computing device (1979.3074). 

John H. Rick: wind metet made by F. 
W Dwyer Manufacturing Company 
of Michican City, Indiana (1992.0372). 

Ralph Rinzlet: 2 straight-back oak 
chairs with woven seats made by Wil- 
lie Lee Nabors of Mississippi in 1974 
(1989.0314). 

S. Dillon Ripey: presentation medal 
given to J. Dwight Ripley from the 
contractors of the NYL & W Railway 
(1983.0513). 

Edwin K. Robinson: Italian handmade 
sheet of paper with "Amalfi" water- 
mark (1991.0420); wooden kitchen 
bowl, late 19th to early 20th century 
(1992.0274). 

Franklin A. Robinson, Jr.: 2 pairs of 
man's trousers and a pair of overalls, 
2 woman's dresses, and an infant's 
bracelet (1991.0722). 

Mary Helen Robinson: Dvorak key- 
board Royal typewriter of the 1930s 
(1989.0619). 

Francis D. Roche: orange rubber ball, 
ping-pong ball, and a pair of hiking 
socks (1992.0087). 

Joan G. Rogers in memory of Allan 
Gerdau: photograph album, 
photograph of large elephant tusk, 
booklet, and a letter, all related to 
Otto Gerdau 's ivory processing firm 
in the 19th century (1991.3164). 

Barbara B. Rose, M.D.: oil painting of 
Jane Findlay Irwin Harrison, daughter- 
in-law of President William Henry 
Harrison, 1840s (1992.0332). 

Edward S. Rosenthal: leather football 
(1992.0123). 

Jack Rosenthal: framed panel of die im- 
pressions of U.S. postage stamps is- 
sued 1847-94 (1991.0371). 



Richard M. Rosenthal: 2 baseball caps 

(1992.0124). 
Mildred Rubin: collodion microphoto- 
graph on a glass microscope slide by 
J. B. Dancer, ca. 1853 (1992.0266). 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubin made 
possible in part by a gift to the 
Smithsonian from Frederick H. 
Gibbs in memory of William F. 
Gibbs: Miller 91 #18 front-wheel 
drive racing car designed by Harry 
A. Miller and driven by Ralph Hep- 
burn in the 1929 Indianapolis 500 
(1991.0889). 

Katherine E. Rude: woman's 3-piece 
bustle style dress, 1873-75 
(1991.0369). 

Joyce Rudick: woman's wedding dress 
of white silk lace over tulle and taf- 
feta made by Christian Dior in Paris, 
France, June 1956 (1992.0205). 

Sylvia Sacks: 2 girl's skirts, a pinafore, 
and a dress, all made from feed sack 
material (1991.0681). 

Saints Peter and Paul Congregation in 
memory of Miss Amanda S. Draye 
(through Rev. Earl J. Schuh): Gor- 
ham silver tray and bowl given to 
Miss Draye in honor of her years of 
service to Marshall Field & Company, 
1950 and i960 (1992.0294). 

Sheila A. Sanders: 4 ointment mixing, 
tube filling, and crimping machines, 
and 2 boxes of tubes (1991.0777). 

John O. Sands: 3 wooden printing 
blocks from the Savage Textile Mill 
of Savage, Maryland (1992.0008). 

Mary Jo Sarterthwaite: silver mesh 
purse, plastic decorative comb, imita- 
tion ivory plastic necklace, and a pair 
of Chicago World's Fair souvenir ear- 
rings, 192OS-30S (1991.0300). 

Carl A. Scheele: house mailbox 
(1992.0158). 

Harry Scheele: SOHIO gas station 
attendant's cap (1992.0157). 

Joanne B. Scheele: 4 cookbooks 
(1992.0159). 

David Schiffer: 5 print progressives 
for a science fiction print 
(1992.0363). 

Robert Schlachter: Ashcroft Coffin 
averager with layout board and 7 
calibrated wooden scales, ca. 1910 
(1991.0885). 



Mrs. C. B. Schmeltzer in memory of C. 
B. Schmeltzer: 27 books on mathe- 
matical subjects (1986.3110). 

Dr. David Schmidling: .3 cubic foot of 
manuscripts, reprints, and 
photographs, once used by 
astronomer Lewis M. Rutherfurd 
from 1846 to 1884 (1991.3173). 

Bonnie M. and Mike Schmitt: WW I 
U.S. Army cobbler's kit (1990.0385). 

Charles F. Schneider, Jr.: sheet metal 
sign advertising the Colt gas 
generating plant, ca. 1920 
(1992.0362). 

Marilyn Schneider: pair of Willson Ser- 
vice goggles and the original case, ca. 
1918 (1992.0083). 

Charles M. Schulz: Speedball pen, pen- 
cil, and a brush used by Mr. Schulz 
to draw "Peanuts" cartoons, a pen- 
ciled draft cartoon, and a finished car- 
toon (1990.0368). 

Holli Alexander Schwartz: 2 art medals 
designed by Ms. Schwartz titled 
Connie's Piece and Ronnie's Recline, 
1990 and 1991 (1992.0092). 

SCM Corporation, SCM Business Equip- 
ment, Research & Engineering 
Patent Department (through Ar- 
mand G. Guibert): 175 corporate and 
legal documents, articles, service and 
repair manuals, and corporate seals of 
the Marchant Calculating Machine 
Company and Smith Corona Mar- 
chant (1979.3084). 

Michael J. Seago: crew uniform shirt 
and trousers and a program from the 
1989 Miss Budweiser Hydroplane 
Championship and an Indianapolis 
500 Champion shirt worn by Rick 
Mears in 1988 (1991.0745). 

Mrs. Milo B. Shaffer: 3 puttees, 3 hand- 
kerchiefs, 2 shirts, 2 coats, a pair of 
breeches, pair of pistol grips, sleep- 
ing bag liner, identification tag set, 
hat, and a Medical Corps insignia, 
WW I (1977.0468). 

Arthur L Shearer: 2 cubic feet of docu- 
ments relating to 4 pottery companys 
which operated in New Jersey, 1890s- 
1950s (1991.3165). 

Frank E. Shumard: championship belt 
awarded to Earl Tracy for the 1879 
State of Maryland-District of Colum- 
bia Walk Races (1992.0041). 



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Robert E. Sieling in memory of Valeska 
Kuschke Sieling: 2 pieces of trade 
literature for agricultural machines 
(1991.3070). 

Caroline Thompson Simmons: statue of 
a saint, 1690-1750, and a retablo 
panel of San Antonio with the Infant 
Jesus made by Louise Morris in 1932 
(1991.0341). 

Olive V. Sinclair (through O. R. Alenon- 
da): framed photograph of a young 
boy, ca. 1863 (1986.0796). 

Rev. E. D. Smallwood: 19 pieces of 
gospel sheet music and a scrapbook 
of gospel music of the 1930s and 
1940s (1992.3155). 

Hugh L. Smiley: postal money order 
stamper used in Lawrence, Kansas, in 
the late 1800s (1992.2032). 

Connie S. Smith in memory of Seymour 
Smith: oil can, varnish can, gasoline 
tank cap, combination wrench, set of 
spark plugs, and a set of tire valve 
stem covers, all taken off a 1921 
Model T Ford (1990.0623). 

Smoke-Trapper Inc. (through Jeannette 
V. Orel): Smoke-Trapper ashtray in- 
vented by Ms. Orel about 1975 
(1988.0727). 

The Society of Medalists (through 
Robert Veitch): bronze medal titled 
Creation designed by Marcel Jovine, 
1990 (1991.0750). 

South of the Border (through Ray 
Schafer): plaster statue of advertising 
figure "Pedro" (1985.3162). 

Victoria Spencer and Art Michael Staats: 3 
cubic feet of archival material relating 
to New York City's Local 791 of the In- 
ternarional Longshoremen's Associa- 
tion, 1910-78 (1991.3177); 42 documents 
and memorabilia and a model scab 
wagon related to the International 
Longshoremen's Association Local 791 
(1992.0048). 

Elmet A. Sperry, III: brass gyroscope 
model built by Elmer A. Sperry 
about 1909 (1992.0038). 

Harvey G., Lawrence R., and Norman 
Stack: 39 engraving tools used by 
Charles E. Barber and 2 plaster 
models of the San Domingo peso 
(1991.0803). 

Stack's (through Harvey G. Stack): Lt. 
Col. William Washington bronzed 



copper medal and a Maj. John 
Stewart lead splasher medal, both 
1789 (1991.0759); (through Harvey 
G., Lawrence R., and Norman 
Stack): 2 badges with medals at- 
tached, one from the 1940 
American Numismatic Association 
Convention, and the other from the 
1947 convention (1991. 0831); set of 
documents relating to Charles 
Barber's career as chief engraver for 
the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia, 1880- 
1917 (1991.0876). 

Anthony Stamatelos: web belt and a 
necktie, WW II (1992.0108). 

Staples and Charles: poster of land avail- 
able in Missouri (1992.0322). 

Stapleton Foundation of Latin 

American Colonial Art (through Ran- 
dolph W. Renchard): 79 Ecuadorian 
historical and artistic objects of the 
I7th-l9th centuries including 44 
pieces of silver and jewelry, 28 
sculpted figures, 5 paintings, a large 
candlestick, and a side chair 
(1988.0616). 

Sally Steinberg: 1 cubic foot of archival 
materials relating to the history of 
donuts in American culture, 1920-87 
(1991.3175). 

Henry Z. Steinway: .33 cubic foot of 
documents of Pratt-Read Corpora- 
tion and various subsidiaries on 
whose boards Mr. Steinway served, 
1971-86(1992.3156). 

Mrs. Robert B. Stephens: 19th-century 
scarf with a woven eagle and shield 
motifs (1990.0644); 3 quilts, a piece 
of copperplate-printed cotton, a 
block-printed kerchief, piece of 
quilted petticoat, and a fragment of 
Indian embroidery, late 18th to 19th 
centuries (1991.0228); 18th-century 
copperplate-printed counterpane, ap- 
pliqued quilt made about 1830, adver- 
tising banner of 1885-90, and a quilt 
made in 1890 (1991.0358). 

Anna M. P. Stern: 8 pieces of majolica 
dishes made by Chesapeake Pottery 
of Baltimore, Maryland, 1882-87, and 
2 majolica tiles made by George Mor- 
ley Sc Sons of East Liverpool, Ohio, 
1884-91 (1991.0206). 

Marion Stevenson: 2 audiotape reels of 
the Duke Ellington 75th Birthday 



Tribute by Daddy-O Daylie on radio 
station WJPC, Chicago, Illinois, on 
April 28, 1974 (1990.3184). 

Diane M. and Robert E. Stewart: Gul 
Micro Scan radar detector (1991.0812). 

C. Stoler & Co., Inc. (through James E. 
Eller): Jewish child-sized casket with 
excelsior bedding, 1991 (1991.0559). 

Gerald E. Stone, M.D. and Lois Greene 
Stone: medical tax stamp (1991.0432); 
Vim-Silverman 3-piece biopsy needle 
(1991.0552); woman's white and navy 
spectator-style leather purse, 1955 
(1991.0799). 

Lois Greene Stone: 4 sets of dress 
sketches, 2 lots of costume design 
course papers, and an applique pat- 
tern, all made by Mrs. Stone, 1948-89 
(1991.0339). 

Robert H. Strother, Jr. and Second 
Christian Church (through Rev. Dr. 
Rose Ann R. Duckett): 4 
photographs of President John F. 
Kennedy and his family (1991.3044). 

S. R. Sturtevant: Lallemant type 
velocipede, ca. 1866 (1986.0194). 

Mrs. Subhi: red felt fez hat and a small 
brass coffee maker (1990.0353). 

Prof. Gerald Jay Sussman: computer- 
driven digital orrery, with 8 parts and 
documents, used to compute the 
orbit of Pluto for the next 845 mil- 
lion years, 1984 (1991.0429). 

Government of Sweden, PFA Swedish 
Stamps (through Sirkka Lehtinen): 
325 stamps, 30 first day covers, 24 
maximum cards, and a souvenir 
folder of Sweden and 23 stamps of 
Australia, Great Britain, the United 
Nations, and the U.S. (1990.0424). 

Emily B. Syz (through John D. and 
Stephen B. Syz): 25 pieces of hard 
paste porcelain made in Meissen, Ger- 
many in the 18th century (1992.0427). 

Louis Szalay: 2 cubic feet of archival 
material consisting of 36 advertising 
comprehensives and 32 art director's 
rough layouts, 1965-67 (1991.3060). 

Alejandro Szterenfeld: 3 newsclippings 
regarding Duke Ellington's tour of 
South America and a photograph of 
Duke Ellington ca. 1968 (1990.3219). 

Arthur A. Tancrede: 2 pairs of goggles, 
2 helmets, a pair of gloves, and a Har- 
ley-Davidson jersey, all used by Mr. 



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Tancrede when motorcycle racing in 
the 1920s (1987.0746). 

Loan W. Taylor: 16 souvenir objects 
bearing the image of Our Lady of 
Guadalupe, 1989 (1990.0361). 

Margaret Cudahy Thomas: Civil War 
era presidential platform card of Mc- 
Clellan and an admission ticket to 
the 1900 Republican National Con- 
vention (1991.0744). 

Capt. James Waldie Thomson, USN 
(Ret.): Red Top phonograph needle 
sharpener (1990.0335). 

Robert L Thornton, Jr.: 6 leaflets, a 
pamphlet, and a poster, related to the 
Persian Gulf War (1992.0054). 

Marilee Tillstrom: 4 cards of burtons, a 
card of hairpins, hem marker, hair 
rinse, and a lipstick, 1930-65 
(1990.0144). 

Emma Boone Todd (through Richard E. 
Lovett): bust of Abraham Lincoln 
coin bank given to customers of the 
Dixon National Bank of Dixon, Il- 
linois, 193OS-5OS (1991.0416). 

Anne Holloway Torbert in memory of 
Mary E. Cassel Holloway: embroidered 
and painted silk picture made by 
Elizabeth T. Cassel of Marietta, Pen- 
nsylvania, in 1815 (1991.0841). 

Robert T. Trefethen: Oliver No. 3 
typewriter instruction book 
(1991.3014). 

Triune Masonic Lodge #190 (through 
James H. Marrinan): bronze medal 
commemorating the centennial of 
the lodge (1991.0699). 

Eleanor B. Troy: 8 pieces of documenta- 
tion related to the IBM 650 com- 
puter, ca. i960 (1992.3028). 

Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, 
Directorate of the Department of 
Posts (through Aysel N. Erduran): 8 
stamps and 7 first day covers of the 
Turkish Federated State of Cyprus 
(1991.0032). 

Joanne C. and Mort Turner: set of 4,040 
road maps (1991.3050). 

Twentieth Century Fox (through 
Robert B. Morin): 22 pieces of 
military equipment and uniform 
items used on the television program 
"M*A*S*H" (1985.0335). 

H. R. Udkoff: .3035 cubic foot of ar- 
chival material including papers, 6 



audiotape cassettes, and a piece of 
artwork, all related to Duke El- 
lington (1991.3154); 47 photographs 
and 10 documents relating to Duke 
Ellington, 1960s (1992.3089). 

United Media (through Nancy 

Nicolelis): book, Tie Gospel According 
to Peanuts (1990.3108). 

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau 
of the Census, Regional Census Cen- 
ter (through William F. Adams): 
billboard made by students at Pojoa- 
que High School, New Mexico, 
titled "Answer the Census, Everyone 
Counts," 1990 (1992.0003); National 
Institute of Standards and Technol- 
ogy (through Thomas Wheatley): 
Erica experimental robot arm, 1976, 
with servo system, aluminum block, 
and rack of equipment (1989.0471); 
Radiometric Physics Division 
(through Chris Cromer): 31 incandes- 
cent lamps, a G.E. volt-ammeter, and 
a Photrix Universal photometer, 
1900-6OS (1992.0342). 

U.S. Department of Defense, Department 
of the Army, Center of Military His- 
tory: u items comprising a reproduc- 
tion 18th-century Spanish military 
uniform including a musket 
(1985.3038); Commander of Fort 
Shenden: 5 rifles and 3 pistols 
(1986.0058); First Corps Command As- 
sociation: 2 helmets, 2 canteens with 
covers, 2 mess kits, 1 pairs of insignia, a 
pair of trousers, and a shirt, all issued 
to soldiers in Cuba and captured 
during \)S>. military operations on the 
Island of Grenada in 1984 (1985.0073); 
The Institute of Heraldry, Heraldic Ser- 
vices and Support Division (through 
Gerald T. Luchino): 157 pieces of dis- 
tinctive unit insignia, shoulder sleeve 
insignia, and badges (1990.0212); U.S. 
Army flag with 37 campaign streamers 
(1991.3079); (through Gerald T. 
Luchino and Thomas B. ProfBtt): 57 
pieces of distinctive unit and shoulder 
sleeve insignia (1991.0144); (through 
Thomas B. ProfEtt): 12 distinctive unit 
insignia, 8 shoulder sleeve insignia, and 
a Southwest Asia service medal set 
(1992.0027); Department of the Navy, 
Naval Air Test Facility, Active Sonar 
Development Branch (through Mal- 



colm J. Dickinson): 2 sonobuoys of 
WW B and the Korean War eras 
(1984.0144); International Security Af- 
fairs, Near Eastern and South Asian Af- 
fairs (through Edward L. Tixier): 42 
military small arms seized by the Is- 
raeli Defense Force during Operation 
Peace in Galilee in 1982 (1990.0512); 
(through Maj. Gen. R. V. Secord): 18 
military small arms seized by the Is- 
raeli Defense Force during Operation 
Peace in Galilee in 1982 (1990.0514); 
machine gun seized by the Israeli 
Defense Force during Operation Peace 
in Galilee in 1982 (1990.0516). 

U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services, National Institutes of 
Health, Surplus Warehouse, Property 
Utilization Section: 2 international 
centrifuges, a Spencer microtome, 
Fisher isotemp oven, Buchler polys- 
taltic pump, LKB 2117 multiphor, 
and a PHD cell harvester (1991.0230); 
Public Health Service, Food and 
Drug Administration (through 
Suzanne White): Rivixil hair treat- 
ment shampoo and a Dalkon Shield 
intrauterine device (1989.0162). 

U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish 
and Wildlife Service (through 
Norma Opgrand): imperforate sheet 
of 120 1989-90 Migratory Bird Hunt- 
ing and Conservation stamps 
(1989.0377); sheet of 120 1990-91 
Migratory Bird Hunting and Conser- 
vation stamps (1990.0416); models of 
face and back of the 1991-92 
Migratory Bird Hunting and Conser- 
vation stamps (1991.0088); sheet of 
120 1991-92 Migratory Bird Hunting 
and Conservation stamps (1991.0680). 

U.S. Department of Justice, Immigra- 
tion and Naturalization Service 
(through Richard E. Calvert): alien 
registration receipt card 
(1992.0147). 

U.S. Department of the Treasury, 
Bureau of Engraving and Printing: 5 
framed stamp displays (1991.0177). 

U.S. Legislative Branch, Library of 
Congress, Order Division, African 
and Middle Eastern Acquisitions 
Section (through Valerie S. 
Mwalilino): 2 Liberian $5 notes, 
1989 and 1991 (1992.0097). 



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U.S. Postal Service (through Megaera 
Harris): 2 precancel stamping devices 
and a box, a ioo-pound postal scale 
and weight attachment, and a stamp 
pad, all previously used at the Mount 
Rainier, Maryland, Post Office 
(1992.2023); 2 Sea Post Office badges 
and 2 Sea Post Office identity card 
folders (1992.2025); (through Rita L. 
Moroney): rotary lock used for 
registered mail salvaged from the 
U.S.S. Oglalo which was destroyed at 
Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 
(1991.0067); U.S. Mail street letter- 
box, 1952 (1991.0068); General Post 
Office of New Haven, Connecticut, 
Stamp Distribution Office (through 
D. A. D' Andrea): 13 rubber hand 
stamps and 6 dies used to precancel 
postage stamps (1990.0300); Inspec- 
tion Service (through Charles R. 
Clauson): detonator used by the De- 
Autremont Brothers during a railway 
mail robbery in 1923 (1991.0025); 
(through Fred I. Rosenberg): 3 ob- 
jects related to mail fraud including 
2 forged holographic poems by 
Robert Frost and a Wanted poster for 
Giuseppe Baldanucci for possession 
of stolen mail (1992.2031); Interna- 
tional Postal Affairs Department 
(through Thomas E. Leavey): 27 
stamps and 3 souvenir sheets of South 
Africa (1990.0638); International Ser- 
vices Branch (through Juan B. Ianni): 
1,425 stamps, 12 souvenir sheets, and 
4 miniature sheets of the People's 
Republic of China, and 12 stamps of 
South Africa (1989.0016); Philatelic 
and Retail Services Department 
(through Gordon C. Morison): 1,086 
stamps, 31 first day covers, 20 postal 
cards, 15 souvenir programs, 9 
souvenir folders, 9 official stamped 
envelopes, and 2 aerogrammes of the 
U.S. (1991.0014); 24 commemorative 
panels of the U.S. (1991.0216); Vien- 
na, Virginia Post Office (through 
Michael S. Furey): 9 postal register 
books, 2 hand cancellers, and a hand 
stamp, all used in post offices in Vir- 
ginia, 1887-1971 (1990.0639). 

U.S. Veterans Administration, National 
Cemetery System, Office of Memorial 
Programs (through Patrick J. 



Gartland): cross-shaped government 
grave marker for James Atkinson who 
died September 26, 1918 (1992.3111). 

Unknown: T-shirt, "Southeastern Con- 
ference XIV for Lesbian and Gay 
Men Dallas Texas 1989" (1991.0246). 

Jean Upton: 2 pairs of pants, a shirt, 
dickey, and a bathrobe worn by Loret- 
ta Switt in the television series 
"M*A*S*H" (1992.0174). 

Jerry Valburn: program from an El- 
lington Orchestra concert in Japan 
conducted by Mercer Ellington, 1976 
(1990.3223). 

Valencia County Cultural Program 
(through Tibo J. Chavez): flag com- 
memorating the 250th anniversary of 
the founding of Valencia County, 
New Mexico, in 1991 (1991.0834). 

William Van der Linden: model of a 
Curtiss JN-4H airmail airplane 
(1989.3018). 

Charles E. Van Gilder: drafting tool 
used to lay out pipe curves patented 
by Wayne C. Van Gilder in 1911 
(1991.0679). 

Varian Research Center (through Reza 
Majidi-Ahy): set of monolithic micro- 
wave integrated circuits (1991.0272). 

VH Sign Company (through Jeffrey L. 
Zabriskie): replica stanchion from 
which to hang a gargoyle Mobiloil 
sign (1988.3087). 

Victor Comptometer Corporation 
(through V. S. Johnston): Mercedes- 
Euklid calculating machine (305775). 

Robert M. Vogel: 2 tongue depressors, a 
portable wall plate, and an advertis- 
ing card for Aero sanitary paper cups 
(1992.0207). 

Caio Vono: 2 books, 2 phonograph 
records, 2 decals, a brochure, and an 
audiotape cassette related to jazz 
music and the Traditional Jazz Band 
(1990.3218). 

R. Mark Wagner: Folmer Graflex K-20 
aerial camera, ca. 1942 (1992.0010). 

Mrs. Ann Wallace in memory of Verona 
Suchon Ulicne Regula: Czechos- 
lovakian black wool shawl with a 
blue pattern brought to the U.S. by 
Mrs. Regula in 1913 (1990.0266). 

Henry H. Ware: porcelain pitcher with 
high relief-molded Gypsy motif, 
1850-99 (1991.0732). 



The Washington Area Printmakers 
(through Constance P. Grace and 
Lindsay H. Makepeace): 12 prints 
used in the 1992 Original Print 
Calendar and 3 associated prints 
(1991.0783). 

C. Malcolm and Joan Pearson Watkins: 
11 examples of glassware and a por- 
celain pitcher, 19th century 
(1992.0070). 

Wayne State University, College of 
Liberal Arts, Computation 
Laboratory (through Arvid W. Jacob- 
son): 89 components from Vannevar 
Bush's differential analyzer 
(1983.3002). 

WCI Major Appliance Group (through 
Dale A. Miller): Tappan Model RL-i 
microwave oven of 1955 with 2 extra 
Hitachi magnatrons (1991.0727). 

Wedge Innovations (through Paul W. 
Spring): 2 Smartlevel digital in- 
clinometers (1991.0823). 

James B. Weist: 2 cancellers used by 
clerks of the Railway and Highway 
Post Offices (1991.0767). 

Arthur Weithas: 5 mounted proofsheets, 
4 transparencies, 3 videoscripts, and 3 
mechanicals relating to the Noxell 
Corporation's Cover Girl cosmetic ad- 
vertisements (1990.3086). 

Leroy W Welle: matchbook, "Strike 
'Em Dead/Remember Pearl Harbor" 
(1992.0026). 

A. M. Wellens: patent model for a teles- 
coping brow for ship gangplanks, 
model built in 1948 for patent which 
was granted August 27, 1957, to 
Alexander M. Wellens (1991.0555). 

Ellen D. Wells: 6 cubic feet of cook- 
book pamphlets published by 
manufacturers of food ingredients 
and appliances (1990.3236). 

Junior Wells: 2 harmonicas used by Mr. 
Wells (1991.0294). 

Mary Jane Welsh: 2 tablecloths and a 
photograph album (1992.0148). 

Mary Jane and Robert W. Welsh: 
patchwork quilt (1992.0149); 2 
woman's dresses, a nightgown, pair of 
shoes, pair of shoe forms, curtain, cake 
tin, and a door handle plate (1992.0150). 

E. Bud Wertheim: bronze self-portrait 
medal used by Mr. Wertheim as a 
business card (1992.0336). 



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Wesleyan University, Department of 
Physics, (through Prof. Ralph Baier- 
lein): 3 galvanometers, an electros- 
tatic machine, electromagnetic 
machine, electroscope, induction 
coil, battery, dynamo, oscillograph, 
and an early x-ray tube (1989.0029). 

West Virginia University, College of 
Arts and Sciences, Department of 
Biology (through Ramsey H. Frist): 
Spino Model E untracentrifuge with 
parts and manuals, ca. 1948, and a 
Spino Model H electrophoresis-dif- 
fusion instrument with manual, 1958 
(1991-0797). 

Helen M. Wheeler: 823 models repre- 
senting solid geometric shapes built 
by Prof. A. Harry Wheeler (304723). 

Marion Whiting (through Moses Wil- 
liams): 278 war medals and decora- 
tions from around the world 
(1990.0265). 

Wilbraham and Monson Academy 
(through Francis M. Casey): 5-star 
parade flag used by General of the 
Army Dwight D. Eisenhower 
(1987.0445). 

Patricia Willard: November 1988 issue 
of L.A. Style magazine containing an 
article about Duke Ellington by Ms. 
Willard (1990.3190). 

J. Henry Wills: copy of the amateur 
newspaper Tie Stylus printed in 
Philadelphia in March 1895 
(1992.0215). 

Sule Greg C. Wilson: 6 sports posters, a 
portfolio, and a rain check (1992.0165). 

Gretchen Leah Wirt: 11 pieces of infant s 
clothing and 4 pieces of woman's 
maternity clothing, 1989-91 (1992.0183). 

Prof. Edward D. Wolf: shadow box il- 
lustrating the biolistic gene transfer 
process (1992.0023). 

James E. Wolford: automatically 

programmed television/radio receiver 
(1991.0389). 

Women's International Bowling Con- 
gress (through Karen L. Sytsino): 
75th anniversary history book and 
bowling ball (1992.0167). 

Wood & Brooks Company in memory 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Wood, 
Jr. (through Elizabeth Wood Crane): 
1 cubic foot of archival material relat- 
ing to piano-making and ivory-work- 



ing firms and miscellaneous trade 
literature (1992.3163). 
Cornelius C. Wood: man's Harris tweed 

wool coat, 1938-39 (1991.0310). 
Gerald A. Wright: 7 buttons, 5 posters, 
a VisiCorp sales kir, "Verbatim" 
matchbook, "Microchess" computer 
game and manual, and a "Processor 
Technology" T-shirt (1990.0407). 

Helena E. Wright: 126 Roman Catholic 
prayer cards, medals, prayer books, 
devotional materials, and amulets 
(1990.0181); 2 religious lithographic 
prints (1991.0058); chromolithograph 
titled Sunset by L Prang, 1868-69 
(1992.0279). 

Helena Gray Wright: 2 pairs of 
woman's sanitary protectors and an 
original box (1991.0074). 

WurlTech Industries, Inc. (through Sid- 
ney C. Weiss): 16 cubic feet of ar- 
chival records relating to the 
American piano manufacturing firm 
of Chickering & Sons, 1823-1985 
(1991.3144). 

Yale University, Department of 

Astronomy (through Dorrit Hoffleit 
and Augustus Oemler, Jr.): 9-sheet 
set of the photographic map of the 
normal solar spectrum made by Prof. 
H. A. Rowland in 1880 and a set of 13 
photographs of astronomers, 1897- 
1946 (1991.0810). 

Jane Griffin Yeingst and William H. 
Yeingst: Sperry-Remington lady's 
electric shaver with accessories 
(1991.0275); pair of roller skates with 
metal case and a pair of socks 
(1991.0678); 2 fly swatters, a 
shoehorn, and a pair of shrimp pliers 
(1992.0209); plastic fly swatter 
(1992.3114). 

William H. Yeingst: Willkie campaign 
card (1991.0326); 4 school yearbooks 
(1992.0186). 

Donald W. Zimmerman: can of U.S. 
Army C-B unit field rations 
(1992.0220). 



National Museum of the 
American Indian 

Donors of Financial Support 
$100, 000 or more 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Block 
Knight Foundation 
Mr. David Rockefeller 

$ 50, 000 or more 

Anonymous 

Aspen/Snowmass Celebration for the 

American Indian 
The Nature Company 
Time Warner Inc. 

$10, 000 or more 

Allen & Company Incorporated 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Consolidated Edison Company of New 
York, Inc. 

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver and Jacob- 
son Fund, Inc. 

Home Box Office 

International Creative Management, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Linton 

McCasland Foundation 

The Ovitz Family Foundation 

Red Sage LP 

$% 000 or more 

Adolph Coors Company 

Alexander Galleries 

Ms. Ann Simmons Alspaugh 

Botwinick-Wolfensohn Foundation 

Estate of Harry F. Duncan 

Richard and Susan Ernst Foundation, 

Inc. 
The Horn Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kaufman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krissel 
Morning Star Gallery, Ltd. 
Irvin Stern Foundation 
Ellen Napiura Taubman, Ltd. 
Norman-Rita Tishman Fund, Inc. 



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$1,000 or more 

Aid Too Inc. 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Aberle 

Mr. Christopher Addison 

Alaska Federation of Natives 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson 

Ballen & Company 

Mrs. Madeleine Bennett 

Benzav Trading Company 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Binder 

Mr. M.H. Blakemore 

Board of Trade — City of Chicago 

Ms. Margaret L. Bourgerie 

Mr. Samuel E. Braden 

Ms. Marcy L. Burns 

Mrs. Kyle Adams Carney 

Cheyenne Cultural Center 

Ms. Kay L. Clausen 

Carl and Rene Cohen Foundation 

Mr. Bertram J. Cohn 

Commodity Exchange, Inc. 

The Honorable Barber B. Conable, Jr. 

and Mrs. Conable 
Mr. Frederick Danziger 
Mr. Richard Danziger 
Mr. Steve Delonga 
Valerie Charles Diker Fund 
Dresser Industries, Inc. 
Mr. James Economos 
Dennis Eros American Arts 
Estee Lauder Companies 
Ms. Cynthia A. Evancho 
Ms. Darlene M. Evancho 
Mr. Steven L. Feinberg 
Fine Arts of Ancient Lands, Inc. 
Mr. Michael R. French 
Mr. Robert V. Gallegos 
Gallery 10, Inc. 
General Motors Corporation 
Mr. Richard Gilbert 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Haas 
Mr. Samuel J. Heyman 
Mr. Alan J.Hi rschfield 
Hotel Santa Fe 
Mr. Roy M. Huhndorff 
Ms. Betty A. Jackson 
Mr. Dick Jemison 
Johnson & Johnson 
Mr. Francis A. Keating 
Ms. Dina K. Krissel 
Mr. James D. Krissel 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Krueger 
Ms. Diana T. MacArthur 



Mrs. K. Mastick 
Mr. Joseph J. Mathy 
The Meek Foundation 
Mr. R.K.Merrill, Jr. 
Mrs. Marie B. Miller 
NYNEX Corporation 
Native American Art Gallery 
New York Mercantile Exchange 
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll O'Connor 
Mr. Morris W. Offit 
Mr. Michael Olding 
Pace Gallery New York, Inc. 
Mrs. Kathleen O. Petitt 
Mr. Roy Pfautch 
Poindexter Enterprises, Inc. 
Proctor & Gamble Company 
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rainbolt 
Rastar Productions 
Ms. Patricia Redmond 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Rockefeller 
Santa Fe Center Enterprises 
Santa Fe Pacific Minerals Corporation 
Scali, McCabe, Sloves, Inc. 
Ms. Judith Schalit 
Ms. Margaret Schink 
Southwest Studio Connection 
Mr. Jerry I. Speyer 
Stoever Glass & Company 
Tambaran Gallery 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tan- 
Mr. John Thompson 
Mrs. Martha W. Tolman 
Jean and Raymond Troubh Foundation 
Mr. Robert E. Turner and Ms. Jane 

Fonda 
Waddell Trading Company 
Mr. W. Richard West, Jr. 
W. & M. Zeckendorf Foundation, Inc. 



$S°° 



or more 



Mr. Terry M. Adlhock 
American Society of Composers, 

Authors, and Publishers 
Mr. Charles E. Anthony 
Mr. Earl Armbrust 
Ms. Katrina Barnes 
Mrs. Roxanne Bruns 
Mr. Sang Ho Chung 
Mr. Thomas A. Davis 
The Honorable and Mrs. Dennis 

DeConcini 
M. Downs 

The Doyon Foundation 
Falconwood Foundation, Inc. 



Mr. Bruce Geismar 

The German Marshall Foundation of 

the United States 
Dr. Rayna Green 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Groom 
Mrs. William H. Hazlett 
Mr. Paul A. Heist 
Mrs. V. Waller Hill 
Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Wilder 
Hopkins & Sutter 
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Hughes 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Jansen 
Arlyn H. Johnson 
Mr. Ardon B. Judd 
Ms. Katharine Kosmak 
Lord Day & Lord, Barrett Smith 
Mrs. Barbara A. McLeod 
Ms. Rosallen S. McMath 
Mrs. Esther M. Mosak 
Nestle Enterprises, Inc. 
Mr. P. B. Newman 

Occidental International Corporation 
Ms. Antoinette Peskoff 
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation 
Mrs. Clifford Porter 
Dr. Robert L Ranley 
R. Rebling 

Dr. Helen G. Robinson 
Rosenthal Automotive Inc. 
Ms. Greta Schuessler 
Sealaska Corporation 
Shell Oil Company 
Ms. Eileen C. Shoemaker 
Mr. Phillip M. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stowell 
Sydalwg Snikpoh Foundation 
Texaco Services, Inc. 
Mr. Alexander Thompson 
Mrs. Ruth L. Webb 

$250 or more 

Mr. William Alexander 

Amerind Gallery 

Ms. Janine F. Barre 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berger 

Mr. Max Berger 

Bill's Trading Post 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bobb 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bonette 

J.Boyle 

Mr. Neil Braun 

Miss Helene Brown 

Mr. Lawrence D. Brown 

Mrs. William L Brown 



192 



Canyon Records and Indian Arts 

Ms. Peggy Casey 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chancellor 

Mr. Jonathan A. Chandross 

Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Cobb 

Ms. Karyn Vee Cody 

Dr. Robert B. Craven 

Mr. Thomas Crichton 

Ms. Lisa Crotty 

C. D. Culbertson 

R. D. Cunningham 

Ms. Sylvia J. Darrow 

De Grazia Art and Cultural Foundation 

Mr. C. Y. Deknatel 

Mr. and Mrs. David Dibner 

Mr. Victor DiStefano 

Doyan Limited 

Mrs. Frank Elliott 

El Taller On the Plaza Gallery 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Evelyn 

Ms. Katherine T. Farrar 

Feathers Inc. 

Mrs. Sue Felsher 

Ms. Barbara Forst 

Mr. Alvin Foster 

J. E. Fowler 

Franklin Research & Development 

Corporation 
Mr. Peter Georgescu 
Mr. Jim Gerth 
Rev. D. Given 
Ms. Pamela R. Glawe 
Glenn Green Galleries 
Ms. Ruth Greenberg 
Mrs. Julia R. Greenway 
Ms. Elizabeth Grimm 
Mr. Norman G. Hansen 
Mr. David Hayes 
Mrs. Livi Henderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Henry 
Ms. Edna J. Hirst 
Ms. Deborah Howell 
Ms. Suzanne Humpstone 
Dr. Lois T. Hunt 
Mrs. Margaret S. Hunter 
Hurst Gallery 
Mr. Robert D. Hynes, Jr. and Ms. Gail 

Raiman 
Mr. Charles Inge 
Mr. Virgil Josey 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joyce 
Mr. Henry Katz 
Mr. Arthur L. Kay 
Dr. Patrick A. Kelly 
Mrs. Beate Kendall 



Ms. N. R. Klusmeyer 
Ms. Iris B. Krasnow 
Ms. Elizabeth J. Kuen 
Mrs. Mary G. Lang 
Dr. Carol Lujan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacCrate 
Mr. Byron I. Mallott 
N. B. Mead 
Mesas Edge 
Mr. H. Collin Messer 
Mr. Schuyler M. Meyer, Jr. 
Ms. Ann F. Miller 
Mrs. Karen Nelson 
Mrs. Kathleen S. Nester 
Pacific Western Traders 
Ms. Louise Pasaka 
Ms. Jeanne S. Paulk 
Peacework Gallery 
H.R. Pena 

Ms. Marjie B. Pickens 
Ms. Adaline H. Rand 
Red Cord Indian Arts 
CM. Reyer 
Mr. Thomas C. Roberts 
Mrs. W. Jean Rohrer 
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenberg 
Ms. Marcia Rothenberg 
Ms. Julie Sacksteder 
Mr. David Saity 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sarles 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Scallan 
Ms. Jill E. Schaefer 
T Schaffher 
Mr. S. Shedeck 

Mr. David Bradford Schofield 
School 19 Fund 
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney 
North Seymour, Jr. 
The Silver Man, Inc. 
Ms. Alice V. Smith 
Ms. Rika A. Spangler 
Standing Bear Enterprises 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Stempel 
Mr. J. Richard Tart 
J. Richard Taft Organization 
Ms. Sarah B. Tanguy 
Ms. Phyllis L. Thompson 
Via Gambaro Studio, Inc. 
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Westerman 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Willis 
Ms. Laura G. Winston 
A. A. Wright 
Dr. Edward J. Young 



Donors to the Collection 

Ms. Charlotte Crosby. Seven prints of 
dancers by Kiowa artists, one 
photograph of Geronimo from 1896, 
and two newspaper articles concern- 
ing Kiowa artists and Geronimo. 

Mr. Ray Dewey. One Santa Fe 
Pendleton blanket and one 
"Chihuahua Trail" style Pendleton 
blanket, both designed by Hopi 
artist Ramona Sakiestewa. 

Ms. Maxine H. Eberi. One Plains pipe 
dating from the 1880s. 

Mr. Gregory M. Gaudio. One carved 
wood mask and one carved wooden 
bird figure, Northwest Coast 
Ethnology. 

Mr. Robert Houlihan. Two bronze 
sculptures by a Hopi artist. 

Ms. Elizabeth Buell Kennedy. One 
copper arrowhead, five flaked stone 
point fragments, two flaked stone 
arrow points, three chipped stone 
fragments, and one cut stone point 
from Central Wyoming. 

Dr. Emile Libresco. One Salish basket 
and cover. 

Ms. Julia Parker. One woven vegetal 
fiber bag and one bone tool. 

Ms. Gloria Ross. One pair of woven half 
leggings, Navajo. 

Ms. Shelly Ross. "Portrait of Russell 
Means," Andy Warhol, acrylic on can- 
vas, 1977. 

Rev. Immanuel Trujillo. One tile 
mural, one mortar jar and lid, two 
sacrament jars with lids, one peyote 
jar, two paintings, one ceramic jar, 
three ceramic frog pipes, two Peyote 
jugs, and two peyote urns with 
covers. 

Ms. Rachel Wasserman. One Hopi ring. 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

American Airlines. Two round-trip tick- 
ets to Mexico for raffle at Washington 
Artworks. 

American Bison Association/The Prime 
Choice. Food for Washington 
Artworks. 

Ms. Ellen Armstrong. Three paintings 
for Washington Artworks. 

Mr. Don Baker. Three sculptures for 
Washington Artworks. 



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Mr. Jerome Bushyhead. Two signed 
prints for Washington Artworks. 
Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell. One 

sterling silver belt buckle with 

precolumbian design and a painting 

for Washington Artworks. 
Capital Art and Framing. Twenty-five 

donated frames and eleven frames 

and twenty-six mans at cost for 

Washington Artworks. 
Ms. Millie Coover. Three paintings for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Mike Daniel. One piece of stoneware 

pottery for Washington Artworks. 
The Doc Dikeman Orchestras. Enter- 
tainment for Washington Artworks. 
Ms. Mavis Doering. One basket for 

Washington Artworks. 
Ms. Adee Dodge. One painting for 

Washington Artworks. 
Elkwoman. One sculpture for 

Washington Artworks. 
Representative Glenn English and Mrs. 

English. Four paintings for 

Washington Artworks. 
Ms. Paulerte Estes. One painting for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Dennis Fox. A Virginia soapstone 

sculpture for Washington Artworks. 
Franzia Brothers. Beverages for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Kenneth Freeman. Three signed 

prints for Washington Artworks. 
Ms. Retha Walden Gambaro. One sculp- 
ture for Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Steven A. Gambaro. One sepia 

photograph for Washington 

Artworks. 
Mr. Enoch Kelly Haney. Two ceramic 

plates for Washington Artworks. 
Harris. One silver bracelet with turquoise 

stone for Washington Artworks. 
Michael Horse. One silver necklace for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Representative Carroll Hubbard and 

Mrs. Hubbard. Three paintings for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mrs. Pat Hutchens. Nine paintings for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Michael Izzo. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Kata Keller. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Judith Pond Kudlow. Two paint- 
ings for Washington Arrworks. 



Ms. Jean LaMarr. One seriograph for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Gene Locklear. One painting for 

Washington Artworks. 
Representative Carlos Moorhead and 

Mrs. Moorhead. Three paintings for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Fred Olds. Two paintings for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Dylan Pablano. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Fernando Padilla, Jr. One painting 

for Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Colin D. Petrie. One drawing for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Jeanne Walker Rorex. One paint- 
ing for Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Marcus G. Scott. One painting for 

Washington Artworks. 
Mr. Bert Seabourn. One watercolor for 

Washington Artworks. 
Sotheby's. An auctioneer and consulting 

services for Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Kathryn Stewart. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Susan Stewart. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Dorothy Sullivan. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Donna Summer. One painting for 

Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Robert Lee Taylor. One painting for 

Washingron Arrworks. 
Truffles II. Food for the preview recep- 
tion for Washington Arrworks. 
Mr. Charles Walkingstick. One piece of 

pottery for Washington Arrworks. 
Ward Company, Inc. Three art handlers 

for the auction for Washington 

Artworks. 
Weadon Printing. Printing of invitations 

at cost for Washington Arrworks. 
Ms. Ellie Weakley. One watercolor for 

Washington Arrworks. 



National Portrait Gallery 

Donors of Financial Support 

$$0, 000 or more 

The Annenberg Foundation 



$10, ooo or more 

The Japan Foundation 

Kokusai Denshin Denwa Co., Ltd. (KDD) 

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. 

OMRON Corporation 

Pioneer Electric Corporation 

Seiko Instruments Inc. 

Sony Corporation 

Suntory Ltd. 

$ $,000 or more 

The Marpat Foundation, Inc. 

Si, ooo or more 

Art Resource 

Jack Banning 

The Barra Foundation, Inc. 

The Foundation for the National 

Capital Region 
Mr. Leslie H. Goldberg 
Jack Haas 
The Clarence and Jack Himmel 

Foundation 
Jack Rennert 
The Ruth and Frank Stanton Fund 

f$oo or more 

Louis Bixenman 

Mr. Sidney Hart 

Ms. Mary Ellen Meehan 

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Touff 

Washington Inc. 



$2$0or 



more 



Richard Morris Dunlap 
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Pierce 

Donors to the Collection — 
Paintings and Sculpture 

Paul E. Biegel. Jacob L. Devers, 1945, oil 
on canvas, by Jes Wilhelm Schlaikjer 
(NPG.91.98). 

Paul E. Biegel. Dwight D. Eisenhower, 
1951, oil on canvas, by Jes Wilhelm 
Schlaikjer (NPG.91.100). 

Paul E. Biegel. Major General Anthony C. 
McAuliffe, c.1946, oil on canvas, by Jes 
Wilhelm Schlaikjer (NPG.91.97). 



194 



Paul E. Biegel. Edward Stettinius, un- 
known, oil on canvas, by Jes Wil- 
helm SchJaikjer (NPG.91.99). 

Mary Rose Shea Burke and children. Car- 
dinal James Gibbons, 1905, oil on canvas, 
by Theobald Chartran (NPG.91.196). 

David E. Dykaar. Eugene Debs, 1922, 
marble bust, by Moses W. Dykaar. 

(NPG.92.14)- 
Theodore Hampson. Waller Camp, late 

1960s, oil on canvas, by Albert W. 

Hampson (NPG. 91.15). 
Mrs. Joseph Hirshhorn._/ar^j6 

Hirshhorn, after 1965, oil on canvas, 

by Raphael Soyer. (NPG.91.198). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler.yo/^A Ball, 

1958, oil on canvas, by Everett 

Raymond Kinstler (S/NPG. 92.82). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler._/<««£f Cag- 

ney, 1980, oil on canvas, by Everett 

Raymond Kinstler (T/NPG.92.85). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler. Alexander 

Calder, 1972, oil on canvas, by 

Everett Raymond Kinstler 

(NPG.92.87). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler. John Connal- 

ly, 1975, oil on canvas, by Everett 

Raymond Kinstler (S/NPG. 92.83). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler. James Flagg, 

unknown, oil on canvas, by Everett 

Raymond Kinstler (NPG.92.86). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler. Gregory 

Peck, 1991, oil on canvas, by Everett 

Raymond Kinstler (T/NPG.91.111). 
Everett Raymond Kinstler. Alan 

Shephard, 1965, oil on canvas, by 

Everett Raymond Kinstler 

(T/NPG.92.84). 
Dora F. Lee. Charles Lang Freer, 1971, 

bronze, by Dora F. Lee (NPG. 92.2). 
Mimi Muray and Chris Muray. 

Nikolas Muray, unknown, oil on 

canvas, by Marion Greenwood 

(NPG.91.197). 
Essie Pinsker. Leopold Stokowsii, 1963, 

bronze bust, by Essie Pinsker 

(NPG.91.124). 
Dragan Radenovic. Willard Quine, 1989, 

bronze bust, by Dragan Radenovic 

(T/NPG.91.91). 
John L. Sanders and Ann B. Sanders in 

honor of William McWhorter 

Cochrane. Edward Everett, 1859, 

plaster bas relief, by Thomas Ball 

(NPG.92.15). 



Sayre Sheldon. Leontyne Price, 1963, oil 

on canvas, by Bradley S. Phillips 

(T/NPG.91.96). 
The Springate Corporation. Leonard 

Bernstein, 1990, oil on canvas, by 

Ren£ BoucW (NPG.92.3). 
Jeffrey R. Tishman. Melville Stone, 1917, 

oil on canvas, by Ossip de Perelma 

(NPG.92.13). 
Dorothy Porter Wesley. Dorothy Porter, 

1952, oil on canvas, by James Porter 

(T/NPG.92.32). 
Dorothy Porter Wesley. James Porter, un- 
known, oil on canvas, by James 

Porter (NPG.92.31). 

Donative Sales 

Museum Purchase and Gift of Mrs. 
Lucia Howe Snow. Solomon White 
Roberts, 1835, oil on canvas, by 
Manuel de Franca (NPG.92.101). 

Museum Purchase and Gift of The 
Governor's Mansion Foundation, 
Inc., Maryland. Anne Catherine Hoof 
Green, 1769, oil on canvas, by Charles 
WiUson Peale (NPG.91.152). 

Donors to the Collection — 
Photographs 

The Clayton Corporation, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. Henry Clay Prick and 
Helen Clay Prick, 1910, photograph, 
toned gelatin silver print, by Henry 
Havelock Pierce (NPG.92.30); Helen 
Clay Prick, 1910, photograph, toned 
gelain silver print, by Henry 
Havelock Pierce (S/NPG.92.50). 

Jonathan Heller. Ernest H. Gruening, 
'95°. photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Thomas Dowell McAvoy 
(NPG.91.211). 

Lance Hidy. Arnold Newman, 1992, 
photograph, monochrome thermal 
dye sublimation print, by Lance 
Hidy (S/NPG.92.113); Arnold New- 
man, 1992, monochrome thermal dye 
sublimation print, by Lance Hidy 
(S/NPG. 92.114); Arnold Newman, 
1992, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Lance Hidy (S/NPG. 92.112). 

Holicon Corp. Ronald Reagan, 1991, 
hologram, by Hans J. Bjelkhagen, 



Michel Marhic, John Landry, Fred 
Unterseher (NPG.92.u1). 

Michael Katakis. Maya Ying Lin, 1988, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Michael Katakis (S/NPG.91.110). 

Mimi and Nicholas Muray. Miguel Covar- 
rubias, undated, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Nickolas Muray 
(S/NPG.91.213); Nickolas Muray, un- 
dated, photograph, gelatin silver print, 
Self-portrait (NPG91.206); Nickolas 
Muray, 1940, photograph, dye transfer 
print, by Edward Steichen 
(NPG.91.205); Nickolas Muray, 1940, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by Ed- 
ward Steichen (S/NPG.91.212). 

Arnold Newman. Berenice Abbott, 1986, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.74); 
Alumni, Art Students League, 1950, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (NPG.91.89.56); 
Isaac Asimov, 1990, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.87); Milton Avery, 
1961, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91.89.53); Marc Blitzstein, 1945, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (NPG.91.89.83); 
Ron Carter, 1977, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.96); Marlene Dietrich, 
1948, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.67); Fellows of the In- 
stitute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 
New Jersey, 1988, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.68); Theodore Geisel 
(Dr. Seuss), 1985, collage, by Arnold 
Newman (T/NPG.91.89.63); Walter F. 
George, 1951, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91.89.92); Allen Ginsberg, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.86); 
Philip Glass, 1981, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.84); Kurt Godel, 
1956, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG. 91. 89.69); Chaim Gross, 1942, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.79); 



195 



Hans Hofmann, 1952, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (NPG.91.89.75); James Jones, 
1961, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91.89.81); Danny Kaye, 1950, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.66); 
Frederick Kiesler, 1962, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (NPG. 91. 89.59); Alfred Kinsey, 
1948, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(WG.91.&9. 97); Jacob Lawrence, 1959, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.73); 
Jack Levine, 1942, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.93); Norman Mailer, 
1964, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.82); Man Ray, 1948, 
cutout, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.9l.89.58);>A» Marin, 1946, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (NPG.91.89.98); 
Marisol, 1985, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.72); Henry Miller, 
1976, collage, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG. 91. 89.60); Piet Mondrian, 1942, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (S/NPG.91.89.54); 
Zero Mostel, 1963, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91. 89.71); Lewis Mumford, 1959, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91. 89.70); 
Louise Nevelson, 1972, collage, by Ar- 
nold Newman (T/NPG.91. 89.55) Ar- 
nold Newman, 1987, photograph, 
gelatin silver print. Self-portrait 
(T/NPG.91.89.101); Barnett Newman, 
1970, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG. 91.89.94); hamu Nogucbi, 1947, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.90); 
Georgia O'Keeffe, 1968, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.51); CLtes Olden- 
burg, 1967, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.85); l.M. Pet, 1967, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 



Arnold Newman (T/NPG. 91.89.57); 
Larry Rivers, 1975, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.62); Helena 
Rubenstein, 1948, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
Qi?G.<)l.i<).loo);Jonas Salk, 1975, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (T/NPG.91.89.78); 
George Segal, 1985, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.76); W. Eugene 
Smith, 1977, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91.89.95); Willie "the Lion" 
Smith, i960, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG.91.89.77); Alfred Stieglitz and 
Georgia O'Keeffe, 1944, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.64); Paul Strand, 
1966, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(NPG. 91. 89. 99); Igor Stravinsky, 1946, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (NPG.91.89.52); Ed- 
ward Teller, 1961, photograph, gelatin 
silver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.65); Twyla Thorp, 
1987, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.9i.89.89);_/»VBwy Van Heusen 
and Sammy Cabn, 1963, photograph, 
gelatin silver print, by Arnold New- 
man (T/NPG.91.89.88); Andy Warhol, 
1973, collage, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG. 91. 89.61); Joseph Welch, 1957, 
photograph, gelatin silver print, by 
Arnold Newman (NPG. 91.89.80); Eli 
Wiesel, 1981, photograph, gelatin sil- 
ver print, by Arnold Newman 
(T/NPG.91.89.91). 
John O'Brien. Anti-Slavery Constitution- 
al Amendment Picture, 1865, 
photograph, albumen silver print, 
by Powell and Company 
(NPG. 91. 207); Jefferson Davis, 1870, 
photograph, albumen silver print, 
by E.M. Howell (NPG.91.208); Mat- 
thew C. Perry, circa 1850, photograph, 
salt print, by Unidentified 
(NPG.91.219); Theodore Roosevelt, 
circa 1905, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Underwood and Under- 
wood (S/NPG.91.214). 



Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schatt. James Dean, 
1954, photograph, gelatin silver print, 
by Roy Schatt (NPG.9i.209);_/<«nef 
Dean, 1954, photograph, gelatin silver 
print, by Roy Schatt (S/NPG.91.215). 

Donors to the Collection — 
Prints and Drawings 

Valentine Cesare. Eighteen drawings by 
Oscar Gesare: Roaid Amundsen, 1923, 
pencil and Chinese white drawing 
(S/NPG. 92.102); Leopold Auer, un- 
dated, pencil and Chinese white 
drawing (NPG.92.103); Charles Gates 
Dawes, undated, India ink and 
Chinese white drawing (NPG.92.92); 
Charles Gates Dawes, undated, India 
ink and Chinese white drawing 
(NPG. 92.93); Minnie Modern Fiske 
and John Cope, c. 1916, India ink and 
lithographic crayon drawing 
(NPG. 92. 90); Lynn Fontanne and 
Helen Westley in "Strange Interlude, " c. 
1928, India ink and wash with 
Chinese white drawing 
(NPG.92.IOO); Victor Herbert and 
Frank Tinney, undated, India ink, 
lithographic pencil and Chinese 
white drawing (S/NPG. 92.89); Harry 
Sinclair Lewis, 1935, pencil and 
Chinese white drawing (NPG.92.99); 
Harry Sinclair Lewis, 1931, India ink, 
wash and Chinese white drawing 
(NPG.92.98); Eugene Gladstone O'- 
Neill, undated, pencil and Chinese 
white drawing (NPG.92.105); 
Theodore Roosevelt, undated, India ink 
and pencil drawing (NPG.92.95); 
Theodore Roosevelt, undated, India ink 
and Chinese white drawing 
(NPG.92.96); The Supreme Court, 1928, 
ink wash and Chinese white drawing 
(S/NPG.92.88); Francis Everett Towns- 
end undated, pencil drawing 
(NPG.92.104); Woodrow Wilson, un- 
dated, India ink and Chinese white 
drawing (NPG.92.91); Woodrow Wilson, 
undated, India ink and pencil drawing 
(NPG.92.97); A Personal Appointment? 
(Woodrow Wilson and Louis Brandos, c. 
1916, India ink and Chinese white 
drawing (NPG.92.94); Orville Wright, 
1938, pencil and Chinese white drawing 
(NPG.92.106). 



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Virginia Dehn. Adolf Dtbn, undated, 
ink and colored pencil drawing, by 
Boardman Robinson (NPG. 92.007). 

Jonathon Heller. Ernest Gruening, 1958, 
half-tone poster, by Unidentified 
(NPG.91.201). Woodrow Wilson, 1918, 
wood engraving, by Timothy Cole 
(NPG.91.202). 

Fred W. Hicks. William Henry Har- 
rison, 1841, color lithograph, by 
Nathaniel Currier (NPG. 92.008). 
Marquis de Lafayette, undated, color 
lithograph, by Nathaniel Currier 
(NPG.92.OO9). Presidents of the 
United States, 1844, color lithograph, 
by Nathaniel Currier (NPG. 92.010). 
Horace Greeley, 1872, lithograph, by 
Currier & Ives (NPG.92.lu). 

Olga Hirshhorn.yaj^>£ Hirshhorn, 1979, 
pastel, by Rick Olson (NPG.91.200). 

Bruce Kellner. Chauve-Souris Program 
containing caricatures by Ralph Bar- 
ton, c.1922-1928 (NPG.92.012). 

Everett Raymond Kinstler. Six drawing 
of Gregory Peck, 1990, pencil draw- 
ings, by Everett Raymond Kinstler 
(T/NPG.91.136, T/NPG.91.137, 
T/NPG.91.138, T/NPG.91.139, 
T/NPG.91.140, T/NPG.91.141). Six- 
teen graphic pieces by Everett 
Raymond Kinstler:_/<*ffi£/ Cagney, 
1980, watercolor (T/NPG.92.034); 
James Cagney, 1980, lithograph 
(T/NPG.92.035); Howard Chandler 
Christy, 1950, charcoal drawing 
(NPG.92.036);_/o Davidson and 
Charles Dana Gibson, 1975, pencil 
drawing (NPG.92.037); Alfred Drake, 
1978, charcoal drawing 
(T/NPG. 92.038); James Montgomery 
Flagg, 1953, charcoal drawing 
(NPG.92.039);y<*m«- Montgomery 
Flagg, undated, charcoal drawing 
(NPG.92.040); Malvina Hoffman, 1958, 
charcoal drawing (NPG.92.041); Mal- 
vina Hoffman, 1958, charcoal drawing 
(NPG.92-042);_/oA»» C.Johansen, c. 1950- 
1959, pencil and charcoal drawing 
(S/NPG.92.043); Robert E. Jones, 1952, 
charcoal drawing (NPG.92.044); Paul 
Manship, i960, charcoal and wash draw- 
ing (NPG.92.045); S.J. PereJman, 1971, 
pastel drawing (NPG.92.046); Norman 
Rockwell, 1965, pencil drawing 
(NPG.92.a47); Theodore H. White, 



1979, sepia wash and pencil drawing 
(NPG.92.048); Tennesse Williams, 1975, 
lithograph (NPG.92.049). 

Robert McNeil. 346 silhouettes and 
original binding, 1839-1844, cut 
black paper on lithograph and wash 
backings, by Auguste Edouart 
(NPG.91.u6). 

Mimi and Nickolas C. Murzy. Judith 
Anderson, c. 1947, ink and watercolor 
drawing, by Alfred Frueh 
(T/NPG. 91.130). Nickolas Muray, 1948, 
ink and pencil drawing, by Miguel 
Covarrubias (NPG.91.131). Nickolas 
Muray, c 1927, ink, wash, gouache and 
pencil drawing, by Miguel Covarrubias 
(NPG.91.132). Nickolas Muray, 1924, 
charcoal drawing, by William A. 
Pogany (NPG.91.133). Nickolas Muray, 
c. 1930, multi-media drawing, by 
Ralph Barton (NPG.91.134). William 
O'Dwyer, c. 1952, gouache drawing, by 
Miguel Covarrubias (T/NPG.91.142). 
Miguel Covarrbias, c. 1948, ink marker 
drawing, by Miguel Covarrubias 
(NPG.91.216). 
John O'Brien. Andrew Johnson and his 
Cabinet, 1865-1867, lithograph, by 
Peter S. Duval (S/NPG.91.112). Lyn- 
don Johnson, c. 1964, lithograph, by 
Unidentified (S/NPG.91.113). S. 
Graver Cleveland and Prances P. 
Cleveland, c.1886-1890, chromo- 
lithograph, by Donaldson Brothers 
(NPG.91.u4) .James A. Garfield: The 
President is Dead, 1881, lithograph, by 
Henry Arwell Thomas (NPG. 91.115). 
Ulysses S. Grant, 1864, chromo- 
lithograph, by Charles Magnus 
QfPG.91.u6). John J. Hughes, 1863, 
line and stipple engraving, by John 
B. Forrest (NPG.91.117). George B. 
McCellan, c. 1862, chromolithograph, 
by Charles Magnus (NPG.91.u8). 
John McCloskey, 1865, engraving, by 
George E. Perine (NPG.91.u9). 
Franklin Pierce, 1853, wood engraving, 
by Unidentified (NPG.91.120). Wil- 
liam H. Seward, 1861, wood engrav- 
ing, by Unidentified (NPG.91.121). 
Philip H. Sheridan, c. 1863-1864, 
chromolithograph, by Charles Mag- 
nus (NPG.91.122). Walt Whitman, 
1872, color wood engraving, by 
Richard Shugg (NPG.91.123). 



Milton and Ingrid Rose. Thomas Nast, 
1902, etching, by Thomas Nast 
(NPG.91.u5). 

Richard Dudley Sears Family. Elizabeth 
Lonsdale Daingerfield, c. 1804-1806, 
watercolor, by Charles Balthazar 
Julien Fevret de Saint-Memin 
(S/NPG.92.U9). 

Irwin P. Vollmer. Aline Fruhauf, c. 1926, 
multi-media sculpture, by Marie Vas- 
siIieff(NPG.92.oo6). 

Isabel Wilder. Gertrude Stein and Alice 
B. Toklas, 1938, gouache drawing, by 
Sir Cyril Francis Rose (NPG.91.175). 

Donors of In- Kind Support 

Japan Air Lines Co., Ltd, transporation 
provided for personnel involved with 
the exhibition, "Noble Heritage: 
Five Centuries of Portraits from the 
Hosokawa Family." 

Nippon Cargo Airlines, transport of the 
art objects for the exhibition, "Noble 
Heritage: Five Centuries of Portraits 
from the Hosokawa Family." 



Smithsonian Institution 
Traveling Exhibition 
Service 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100, 000 or more 

Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund 

$10, 000 or more 

Time Warner Inc. 
The Nature Conservancy 
U.S.-Mexico Commission for Educational 
and Cultural Exchange 

$y) 000 or more 

Phillips Petroleum Co. 
The Smithsonian Institution Educational 
Outreach General Grant Fund 



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Education and 
Public Service 

Office of Elementary and 
Secondary Education 

Donor of Financial Support 

$ fo, ooo or more 

Brother International Corporation, Inc. 

Donor of In-Kind Support 

ts, 000 or more 

American Airlines. Travel to conduct 
Regional Workshop Program. 



Center for Folklife Programs 
and Cultural Studies 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100,000 or more 

Ford Foundation 
State of New Mexico 

$S0, 000 or more 

Music Performance Trust Funds 

$10, 000 or more 

The Johnson Foundation (Trust) 
State of New Mexico Department of 

Tourism 
The White House Historical Association 
Kaman Music Corporation 

$$, 000 or more 

Camille O. and William H. Cosby, Jr. 
Tourism Association of New Mexico 



$1, 000 



or more 



The Laura Bolton Foundation, Inc. 
Colgate-Palmolive Co. 
Ganados del Valle 
Texas Commission on the Arts 



Donors to the Collection 

French Guiana Aluku Maroons. Carved 
and painted house front made of 
wood. 

French Guiana Aluku Maroons. Carrier 
made of straw. 

Madeline Naranjo. New Mexico black- 
ware pot from Santa Clara Pueblo. 

Ada Suina. New Mexico storyteller pot- 
tery from Cochiti Pueblo. 

Suriname Ndjuka Maroons. Carved and 
painted house front made of wood. 

Maclovia Zamora. "Jobs tears" rosary 
from New Mexico. 

Donors of In-Kind Support 

Bacardi Imports. Three cases of rum 

used in the Maroon program, Festival 

of American Folklife. 
B. Dal ton Bookseller. Two foreign lan- 
guage dictionaries for the Festival of 

American Folklife. 
Bell Atlantic Paging. Loan of two pagers 

for Festival supply coordinators. 
Bell Haven Pharmacy. Loan of two 

wheelchairs for the Festival of 

American Folklife. 
Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Ice cream for 

500 Festival participants, staff and 

volunteers. 
Blacksmiths' Guild of Potomac. Loan of 

various blacksmith materials for use in 

the Festival's New Mexico program. 
Botanical Gardens. One sotol plant and 

18 yucca stalks for the Festival's New 

Mexico program. 
Boulevard Sales Corp. Steel for 

blacksmith's use in the Festival's 

New Mexico program. 
Brooks Brothers. Loan of a coat rack for 

use in the Festival's White House 

program. 
Campbell Soup Co. Five cases of V-8 

and other foodstuffs for Festival pat- 

ticipant hospitality. 
Canales Quality Meats. Seven pounds of 

beef tenderloin for food ways 

demonstrations in the Festival's 

White House program. 
Carriage House Imports, Ltd. One case of 

Whray & Nephew White Overproof 

Rum for the Festival's Maroon program. 
Celestial Seasoning. Two cases of herbal 

teas for Festival participant hospitality. 



Coca Cola Co. 45 cases of soft drinks for 
Festival participant hospitality. 

Computer Tech Services. Loan of a com- 
puter and printer for Festival supply 
coordinators. 

Conrail, Inc. Transportation of adobe 
bricks and corbels, posts and beams 
from East St. Louis, Illinois to 
Washington, D.C. 

Cutters Ceramics. 100 pounds of clay 
for the Festival's Maroon program. 

Dunkin Doughnuts. 10 dozen doughnuts 
for Festival participant hospitality. 

Duron Paint. 50 gallons of paint for Fes- 
tival site set-up. 

Durrett-Sheppard Steel Co., Inc. Steel 
for blacksmith's use in the Festival's 
New Mexico program. 

Embassy Care Drug Center, Inc. Loan of 
three wheelchairs for the Festival of 
American Folklife. 

Embassy High's Dairy. Two cases of fruit 
juice for Festival participant hospitality. 

Event Rental Communications, Inc. 
Loan of six radios for Festival staff. 

FaxLand Corp. Loan of a fax machine 
for Festival supply coordinators. 

Finney Frock Welding. Loan of a 200 
pound anvil for the Festival's New 
Mexico program. 

Fischer's Hardware. Baling wire for the 
Festival's New Mexico program. 

GE Lighting. 200 lightbulbs for tent in- 
teriors at the Festival. 

Georgetown Paint & Wallpaper. Two 
canvas tarps for Festival site set-up. 

Glidden Paint. 12 paint rollers for Fes- 
tival site set-up. 

Herr Food, Inc. Snack food for Festival 
participant hospitality. 

Inter-American Foundation. Sponsor- 
ship of a participant from Ecuador as 
part of the Festival's Maroon program. 

Jamaica Institute. Support of field 
research for the Festival's Maroon 
program. 

K-Mart. Various products for Festival 
demonstrations. 

Keebler Co. Several cases of snack food 
for Festival participant hospitality. 

Kitchen Bazaar. Two cutting boards for 
Festival food ways demonstrations. 

Krispy Creme Doughnut Co. 10 dozen 
doughnuts for Festival participant 
hospitality. 



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Little Caesars Pizza. Several pizzas for 

Festival technical crew. 
McReady Marketing Co. Eight cases of 

juice for Festival participant hospitality. 
National Geographic Society. 

Photographs for the Festival's White 
House program. 
Pear Art & Craft Supplies, Inc. Art 
materials for the children's area in 
the Festival's Maroon program. 

Randy's Carpets. Carpet remnants for 
the children's area in the Festival's 
Maroon program. 

Santa Fe Cafe. Guacamole and chips for 
Festival participant hospitality. 

Santa Fe Railway. Transportation of 
adobe bricks, and corbels, posts and 
beams from Albuquerque, New 
Mexico to East St. Louis, Illinois. 

Seaboard Steel & Iron. Steel for the 
Festival's New Mexico program. 

Shamrock Supply Co. Two cases of 
paper products for the Festival's ad- 
ministration compound. 

Snyders of Hanover. Cases of potato 
chips for Festival participant 
hospitality. 

Society of American Florists. Flowers 
for demonstrations of floral arrange- 
ments in the Festival's White House 
program. 

Steel & Wire Co. 150 pounds of nails for 
Festival site set-up. 

Sugar Association, Inc. 300 pounds of 
sugar for Festival foodways 
demonstrations. 

Sullivan's. Box of kraft sticks for the 
children's area in the Festival's 
Maroon program. 

Sure Fire Distributors. 250 pounds of 
charcoal for Festival foodways 
demonstrations. 

Suriname Airways. Transportation of 
materials from Suriname to 
Washington, D.C. for the Festival's 
Maroon program. 

Suriname Government. Support and 
sponsorship of the District Com- 
missioner of the Sipaliwini District 
in assisting field research and par- 
ticipating in the Festival's Maroon 
program. 

Tandy Leather Co. Two tanned cowhides 
(22 sq. ft.) and two deerskins for the 
Festival's New Mexico program. 



U.S. Tile & Marble. 12-foot long pieces 
of slate for Festival demonstrations. 

Utz Quality Foods, Inc. Cases of potato 
chips for Festival participant 
hospitality. 

Weber-Stephen Products Co. Loan of 
four grills for Festival foodways. 

Wilkins Coffee. Cases of coffee for Fes- 
tival participant hospitality. 

William B. Riley Coffee Co. Cases of cof- 
fee for Festival participant hospitality. 

F.W. Woolworth. Variety of products 
for Festival demonstrations. 



Wider Audience 
Development Program 

Donors of Financial Support 

$10, 000 or more 

Kellogg National Fellowship Program 
The WK. Kellogg Foundation 



External Affairs 

Office of the Assistant 
Secretary for External 
Affairs 

Donors of Financial Support 

$100, 000 or more 

W Alton Jones Foundation 

$30, 000 or more 

The John D. and Catherine T. 

MacArthur Foundation 
The Winslow Foundation 

$2$, 000 or more 

Mrs. Marjorie Arundel 

$15,000 or more 

Island Press 



$10, 000 or more 

Greenstone Foundation 

The Howard Phipps Foundation 

The Waste Management 

$ 5, 000 or more 

H. John Heinz III Charitable Trust 

$1,000 or more 

Otto Naumann, Ltd. 
Ms. Mary Irma Stevenson 

$250 or more 
Toadflax, Inc. 

Office of International 
Relations 

Donors of Financial Support 
$100, 000 or more 
MacArthur Foundation 

Office of 
Telecommunications 

Donors of Financial Support 

$50, 000 or more 

Corporation for Public Broadcasting 

$10, 000 or more 

Graham Foundation for Advanced 
Studies in the Fine Arts 



$$,000 



or more 



Women's Committee of the Smith- 
sonian Associates 

$1,000 or more 

American Public Radio 
Mitchell Energy and Development 
Corporation 



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Appendix 8 

Contributing Members of the 
Smithsonian Institution in 
Fiscal Year 1992 



The Contributing Membership of the Smithsonian Na- 
tional Associate Program supports the Institution 
through generous annual donations and special gifts. 
Members' participation enables the Smithsonian to pur- 
sue specific projects and broader research, acquisition, 
preservation, and education efforts than might other- 
wise be possible. 

The Smithsonian Institution therefore gratefully ac- 
knowledges the loyal and thoughtful assistance of the 
Contributing Members, including the Sustaining 
Members ($600 annual contribution) and Sponsoring 
Members ($300 contribution). 



Sustaining Members 

Mr. and Mrs. Byrle M. Abbin 
Honorable and Mrs. David 

C. Acheson 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. 

Adams 
Mr. Davey L Adams, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. 

Adomat 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

E. Akins 
Mr. and Mrs. John Akins 
Mr. Yale H. Alexander 
Mr. Morris Alhadeff 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. 

Allbert 
Mr. Burton O. Allen 
Ms. Marcia Y. Almassy 



Mr. George J. Ames 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. 

Antes 
Mr. Alfred C. Antoniewicz 
Dr. and Mrs. Darrel J. Apple 
Mr. Paul A. Archer 
Honorable Anne L. 

Armstrong 
Mrs. Henry W. Baird 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Balfour 
Miss Mary J. Barbee 
Mr. Jean L. Barker 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L Ban- 
Captain Celia Barreau 
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Baskin 
Mr. Jeffrey D. Bauman and 
Ms. Linda D. Fienberg 
Ms. Jeanne V. Beekhuis 
Mr. Charles Beer 



Ambassador and Mrs. W. 

Tapley Bennett, Jr. 
Mr. James H. Berkson 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Bermant 
Mr. John A. Bernard 
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour 

Bernert 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. 

Berney 
Mr. Richard D. Bernstein 
Mr. Michael D. Bielucki 
Mrs. Elsie F. Bixler 
Ms. Alexandra Blackhursr 
Ms. Eve S. Bogle 
Honorable and Mrs. Edward 

P. Boland 
Mr. Clifton W. Boots 
Dr. and Mrs. William G. 

Bowen 
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell T. 

Bowie 
Mrs. Consrance T. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Boyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Braden 
Ms. Jo Anne Brasel 
Mr. William W Bray 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Breyer, 

Jr- 

Mr. and Mrs. Clemens B. 

Bribitzer 
Mrs. Arlene A. Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Brown 
Ms. Elizabeth C. Brown 
Mr. Sheldon W. Buck 
Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsend 

Burden III 
Honorable Warren E. Burger 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. 

Burkart 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W 

Burkhardt 
Dr. Marjorie L. Bush 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bush 
Mr. John E. Cannaday 
Miss Helen R. Cannon 
Mr. Donald Carl 
Mr. Robert L. Carrel 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael 

Carter 
Mrs. Berry GoffCarrwright 
Mr. Frank T. Gary 
Honorable Elford A. 

Cederberg 



John E. Chapoton, Esq. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. 

Charles 
Mrs. Harold W Cheel 
Mrs. Allen D. Christensen 
Mrs. Berty Sams Christian 
Ms. Anne K. Christman 
Mr. Roy T. Church 
Mrs. Charles S. Clark 
Mr. Edward J. Clarke 
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Clement 
Mr. Fred Clements 
Mr. James T. Clyde 
Mr. Sidney S. Coggan 
Ms. Leslie A. Coggins 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. 

Coleman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Barber Conable 
Ms. Marjorie D. Conroy 
Mr. David E. Conston 
Mr. Mark E. Cooper 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. 

Cope land 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. 

Cornelius 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Coselli 
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis W. Cox 
Mr. and Mrs. Earle M. Craig, 

Jf- 
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Creede 
Lieutenant Commander 

Wilmer H. Cressman 
Ms. Frances J. Cronin 
Miss Marion L. Cubberley 
Colonel and Mrs. R. J. 

Culhane 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cullen 
Mr. Charles A. Cunningham 
Dr. Robert D. Cunningham 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. 

Curt 
Mr. J. G. Cutler 
Mrs. Leonore Daschbach 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Dashiell 
Mr. L. Randall Daspit 
Mr. Madhavarao S. Dasu 
Mrs. Jerry R. Davis 
Mr. John E. Davis 
Dr. T. S. Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Day 
Mr. E. A. De Falco 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. 

Dean 
Mr. Mel L Decker 



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Mr. James L Deegan 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. 

Dellheim 
Mrs. Mary J. Deutschbein 
Mr. and Mrs. James Dietz 
Mr. Bruce C. Dillon 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dixon 
Mrs. Charles G. Dodge 
Dr. and Mrs. William H. 

Domette 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. 

Dorsch 
Mr. Joseph F. Douglas 
Mr. Karl Douma 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Drage 
Ms. Imogene S. Driscoll and 
Mr. Curt Kambic 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter W 

Duncan 
Dr. Lucia J. Dunham 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stewart 

Dunn, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Edelmann 
Mr. Peter D. Ehrenhaft 
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 
Mrs. Roland C. Fegan 
Mrs. Ernest R. Feidler 
Dr. Gary R. Fender and 
C. Henry Engleka 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson 
Mr. Nicholas M. Ferricer 
Mrs. Mary M. Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. 

Fisher III 
Dr. Ruth C. Flanagan 
Mr. Howard M. Flournoy and 
Mr. Ronald A. Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Ford 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foster 
Mr. Benjamin Frank 
Mrs. Charlton Friedberg 
Mr. Kenneth I. Friedman 
Ms. Virginia Friend 
Mr. CaryJ. Frieze 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. 

Fromyer 



Honorable J. William 

Ful bright 
Captain and Mrs. J. E. 

Galloway 
Honorable E. J. Gam 
Mrs. John M. Gates, Jr. 
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. and Mrs. Clarence Glenn 
Dr. Louis Gluck 
Honorable Robert F. Goheen 
Colonel and Mrs. Julius 

Goldstein 
Honorable and Mrs. Barry 

Goldwater 
Mrs. Seabury S. Gould IV 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green 
Mrs. Dorothy Green 
Dr. and Mrs. Crawford 

Greenewalt 
Mr. Regis A. Greenwood 
Mrs. Joseph B. Gregg 
Mrs. Ann Y. Grim 
Miss Mary K. Gully 
Mr. Theodore J. Hadraba, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley W 

Hamilton 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Hammond 
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hanley 
Ms. Morella R. Hansen 
Mr. Kurtz M. Hanson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. 

Harper 
Mr. Irving B. Harris 
Dr. John M. Harris III 
Ms. Leslie S. Harrold 
Honorable and Mrs. Parker 

T.Hart 
Dr. Caryl P. Haskins 
Mr. William H. Hastings 
Mrs. Charles W. Hayes 
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heaton 
Mr. and Mrs. Felder F. Heflin 
Mr. Frederick H. Heierding 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Henigson 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving N. 

Hepner 



Mr. and Mrs. William 

Herbster 
Ms. Catherine W Herman 
Dr. William Herring 
Professor I. Michael Heyman 
Honorable A. Leon 

Higginbotham, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

Hines 
Mr. Charles W. Hinkle 
Mr. Joseph U. Hinshaw 
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hirsch 
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 

Hirschman 
Mr. James M. Hobbins 
Mr. Ronald W Hoffman 
Mr. William P. Holcombe 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Hollander 
Captain and Mrs. F. N. 

Holley 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry 

Hollingsworth 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Holsen 
Mrs. Richard W. Homer 
Mr. and Mrs. George F. 

Hoover 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. 

Horrow 
Mr. Charles Hosier 
Mr. Robert Howard 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Hudgins IV 
Mrs. W. C. Huffman 
Mrs. Carlisle H. Humelsine 
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Hunter 
Mrs. Margaret Stuart Hunter 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Hunter 
Dr. John R. Jacoway 
Mr. Reinhardt H. Jahn 
Mr. G. R. Janosko 
Mr. Axel Jelstrup 
Mr. and Mrs. Stifel W. Jens 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. 

Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. 

Johnson 
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 
Mrs. Jean Joyner 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. 

Judson 
Ms. C. Parrish Kangiester 
Mrs. R. H. Karns 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. 

Kerle 
Mrs. Juliet F. Kidney 
Mr. Stephen King 
Mr. William W King 
Mr. Richard E. Kingham 
Mr. John W Kirsch 
Mr. Albert T. Kister 
Mr. Karl D. Klauck 
Ms. Susan L. Klaus 
Mr. Michael N. Klein and 
Ms. Mary Jane Sullivan 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. 

Kline 
Mr. John W. Knowles 
Mrs. Margaret R. Knudsen 
Dr. and Mrs. Ross Kory 
Ms. Janet Anastacia Krombar 
Mr. William R. Lamb 
Mr. John F. Larison 
Dr. and Mrs. Jack M. Layton 
Ms. Virginia R. Lazzati 
Mrs. Hugh F. Leahy 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Leonard 
Mrs. Aleen Leslie 
Mr. James A. Lipsett 
Mr. C. Henry Lockwood III 
Mrs. Katherine V Lofstrand 
Mr.J. R. Loftis.Jr. 
Mr. H. M. Love 
Mr. Bart W. Lovins 
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Lowe 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. 

Ludeman 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Lund 
Ms. Patti Lupone 
Mr. R. Lushing 
Miss Louise Lutz 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. 

Lynch 
Mr. Ralph K. Madway 
Ms. Helen J. Malmstead 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandil 
Mrs. Robert Mannherz 
Ms. Fay W. Marie 
Mr. R. N. Marshall 



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Mr. and Mrs. John F. 

Marshall, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. 

Marx, Jr. 
Dr. Wayne Mathews 
Mr. George D. Maynard, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Terence 

McAuliffe 
Mr. W. W. McCalla 
Mr. Donald E. McCallister 
Dr. Jeane McCarthy 
Mrs. W. V. McClain 
Mr. E.J. McCormack, Jr. 
Honorable Joseph M. 

McDade 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. 

McDaniel, Jr. 
Mr. Francis J. Mclntyre 
Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. 

McKee 
Mr. Charles McLaughlin 
Mr. Paul B. McMahon, Jr. 
Mr. James A. McNeese 
Mr. and Mrs. M. McNulry 
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 
Ms. Edith J. Miller 
Colonel and Mrs. James E. 

Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. 

Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. 

Miller 
Honorable Norman Y. 

Mineta 
Honorable William E. 

Minshall 
Ms. Laura A. Mitchell 
Ms. M. Miyamoto 
Mr. J. B. Montgomery 
Mrs. E. P. Moore 
Ms. Joan Turner Moore 
Mrs. Ann K. Morales 
Dr. Edwin E. Morey 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Morison 



Honorable and Mrs. Frank 

E. Moss 
Dr. P. Steven Mote 
Senator Daniel P. Moynihan 
Mr. and Mrs. James Mulshine 
Dr. and Mrs. John C. Munson 
Miss Janet H. Murray 
Dr. Homer A. Neal 
Honorable Sharon T. Nelson 
Mr. Harry Neugold 
Mr. Rick Newbery 
Mr. John H. Newell 
Dr. Morris Newman 
Mr. Scott Newton 
Mr. Robert W. Ney 
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nichols 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Niles 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Nitto 
Mr. David G. Noonan 
Ms. Katherine Nordsieck 
Mr. W. R. Norfolk 
Mr. C. Norman 
Mr. R. Duane Norris 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 

North 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Nowak 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

O'Connor 
Mr. and Mrs. James 

ORourke 
Mrs. Kay D. ORourke 
Mr. Robert K. Oaks 
Mrs. Alfred J. Olmo 
Mr. Ted B. Olson 
Mrs. D. F. Orwig 
Mr. L. Allen Osborne 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. 

Palmer 
Mr. James W. Parks 
Mr. and Mrs. David T Parry 
Miss Muriel H. Parry 
Dr. J. D. Patterson 
Mr. Stephen E. Peat 
Honorable Claiborne Pell 
Mrs. Thomas Perkins 
Mr. James T Pettus, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. 

Pfeiffer 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Picken 
Dr. Marjorie P. Pollack 
Mr. Ralph Porter 
Mr. H. Posnerjr. 
Ms. Mildred Potocki 



Honorable and Mrs. J. 

Danforth Quayle 
Mr. T. Quinn 
Ms. Marjorie Ramsden 
Mr. Elmer Rasmuson 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. 

Reagan 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Reese 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Theodore 

Reiner 
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 
Miss Jean Roberts 
Ms. Mary M. Roberts 
Ms. Ruth Roberts 
Mr. and Mrs. George A. 

Robeson, Jr. 
Mr. L. A. Roepcke 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Rogers 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Root 
Mr. Irving Rose 
Mrs. J. S. Rose 
Mrs. Nathan Rosenfeld 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. 

Rowe 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 

Rowland 
Ms. Marcia Rubenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Russo 
Dr. and Mrs. Abner Sachs 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sagalyn 
Mrs. J. J. Salter 
Mr. A. Herbert Sandwen 
Honorable James R. Sasser 
Mr. and Mrs. Thorndike 

Saville.Jr. 
Mrs. Lillian M. Saxe 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sayre 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

H. Scheuer 
Dr. and Mrs. Hans H. 

Schneider 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Schneider 
Mrs. Charles M. Scott 
Mr. James J. Scott 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Serr 



Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheffield 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. 

Shelton 
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Shepard 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. 

Sheppard 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. 

Shively 
Mr. George B. Shott 
Mrs. Laura Devine Shown 
Mr. Carl J. Shuhi 
Ms. M. L. Sibley 
Mr. Richard Sills 
Mr. George J. Sisley 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Skelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan L Skerker 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Slawecki 
Mrs. Dorothy Small 
Mr. Charles E. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Stevan B. Smith 
Mr. W. Y. Smith and 
Ms. Maria P. Smith 
Mr. Patrick Snead 
Miss Ginny Sniegon 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Sperling 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sponseller 
Mrs. Roger Squire 
Mr. Ellwood C. Stang 
Mr. David A. Stark 
Mr. Donn A. Starry 
Mr. R. N. Stefan 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. 

Steinbrink 
Ms. Susan Steinsapir 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. 

Stephens 
Mr. and Mrs. William O. 

Stewart 
Dr. L DowStrader.Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Strange 
Mr. Jeffrey Sturgess 
Ms. Joanna Sturm 
Mr. Harris M. Sullivan 
Mr. Louis W. Swann, Jr. 
Ms. Mary Swanson 
Mr. W. Warren Taltavull 
Mrs. Delle Ernst Taylor 
Mr. William L. Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Tester 
Mr. Allen D. Thomas 
Ms. Kaaran Thomas 
Mr. H. D. Thompson 



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Mrs. B. W. Thoron 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. 

Tielking 
Mr. Stephen Tilton 
Mr. Ernest M. Travis 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 

Traylor 
Mr. David Treacy 
Mr. George S. Trees, Jr. 
Mr. R. F. Trefielo 
Mr. and Mrs. DonaJd O. 

Tucker 
Mrs. James N. Tulloh 
Mrs. Jean A. Twitchell 
Dr. Paul L. Urban 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard 

Valland i ng ham , Jr. 
Mr. W. G. Van Allen 
Dr. William C. Van Arsdel 

in 

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Van 

Sant, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Varela 
Mr. Raoul M. Verhagen 
General John W. Vessey, Jr. 
Ms. Nancy Voorhees 
Dr. Woodward Waesche 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter E. 

Wagner 
Mr. Theodore H. Wales 
Dr. Joe W.Ward 
Mr. F. B. Warder 
Mrs. Saul Warshaw 
Dr. Juan Watkins 
Ms. Mildred V. Wans 
Mr. P. Devers Weaver 
Honorable and Mrs. James 

E. Webb 
Mrs. Ruth L. Webb 
Mrs. Arvid G. Wedin 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. 

Weersing 
Mr. and Mrs. Emil P. 

Weilbacher, Jr. 
Mr. J. R.Weiss 
Ms. Ann Welborn 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W Wells 
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin H. 

Wensink 
Mrs. Sharon Westafer 
Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. 

Weston 
Colonel and Mrs. Grover C. 

White, Jr. 
Mrs. B. A. Whitmarsh 



Honorable Jamie L. Whirten 
Ms. Mary Ellen Wiggs 
Mr. L. H. Wilcox 
Mr. James E. Wiley 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. 

WiUcox 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 

Williams 
Dr. B. Willis 
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 
Captain and Mrs. John 

Woolston 
Mr. James O. Wright 
Ms. Margaret J. Wyllie 
Honorable Sidney R. Yates 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 

Zitter 
Mr. Thomas Zutaut 



Sponsoring Members 

Ms. Susan Absher 
Colonel and Mrs. James D. 

Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence J. 

Adams 
Mr. Sam H. Adams, Jr. 
Mrs. R. E. Adams, Jr. 
Mr. Max Adkison 
Mrs. Barbara Jean Ageno 
Ms. Doris D. Albert 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. 

Alexander 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. 

Alexander, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Allen 
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol B. Allen 
Miss Isabel Allen 
Mrs. K. C. Allen 
Mr. Robert H. Allen 
Mr. Steven J. Allen 
Mrs. Carolyn Alper 
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert E. 

Althaver 



Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 

Altstaetter 
Mr. Bert Amador 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. 

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. Tim Anderson 
Miss Wilma M. Angelbeck 
Miss E. Pauline Annis 
Miss Michi Anraku 
Ms. Rose C. Anthony 
Dr. and Mrs. John T. 

Antolik 
Ms. Barbara A. Aplanalp 
Miss Edith Appleton 
Miss Aline Arceneaux 
Mr. E.J. Archbold 
Miss Marie G. Argana 
Mr. R. Arkin 
Mr. Roone Arledge 
Mr. Joseph P. Armstrong 

and Ms. Melinda L. 

Armstrong 
Mr. William D. Armstrong 
Ms. Helen J. Arthur-Dunn 
Mr. Pat Ashburn 
Mrs. E. M. Ashcraft III 
Mrs. Elanor Ashleigh 
Mr. J. Ashman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. 

Asleson 
Mr. and Mrs. W S. Atherton 
Mr. James M. Atkins 
Dr. and Mrs. A. K. Atkinson 
Mr. Philip E. Atkinson 
Mr. Gunther Augustin 
Mrs. Francis Austin 
Ms. Imogen E. Averett 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. 

Avery 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. 

Avery 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Avion 
Mr. and Mrs. William I. 

Bacchus 
Ms. Ellen Bach 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman G. 

Bach 



Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. 

Backer 
Mr. Gordon N. Backlund 
Dr. W. E. Badenhausen, Jr. 
Mrs. Gretta L. Bader 
Mr. Robert Baer and 
Ms. Kathy Kerns 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. 

Baerncopf 
Mr. D. M. BaJgelman 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. 

Bailey 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bain 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Baker 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Baker 
Mrs. Thomas K. Baker 
Mrs. Virginia B. Baker 
Ms. Velma N. Baldwin 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Ball 
Captain and Mrs. Stuart M. 

Ball 
Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. 

Ballinger 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. 

Ballowe 
Mr. Doyle Ballreich 
Mr. Walter F.Bandi, Jr. 
Mr. Michael Barczak 
Mr. Donald Barker 
Mr. and Mrs. John Barker 
Ms. Beverly L Barnes 
Mr. Dwight H. Barnes 
Ms. Roberta O. Barnes and 

Mr. Clark J. Chandler 
Mr. and Mrs. Julian L. 

Barnett 
Dr. Guy D. Barnicoat 
Mr. and Mrs. George L 

Barquist 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W Barrett 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Barrow 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. 

Barrow 
Dr. Winona M. Barrows 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles I. 

Bartfeld 
Mr. and Mrs. Art Bartlett 
Mr. Matthew Barton 
Mr. Gary L. Basham Mrs. 

Frank E. Basil 
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Basse 
Mr. Warren S. Bates 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Batie 
Ms. Lois Battersby 



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Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Baum 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Baxt 
Ms. Lorraine Bayer 
Mr. and Mrs. George C. 

Bazaco 
Ms. Barbara Purse Beach 
Mr. William H. Beardsley 
Mr. R. Gifford Beaton 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Beaulieu 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard G. 

Bechhoefer 
Mr. Eugene H. Beck 
Mr. Lawrence Becker 
Honorable and Mrs. Berkley 

Bedell 
Mr. Daniel C. Beisel 
Mr. Lawrence P. Belden 
Mr. Mickey Bell 
Mrs. John H. Bemis 
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. and Mrs. Robert 

Benjamin 
Mr. Gregory Benkovic 
Mr. R. P. BenninghofenMrs. 

Iona Benson 
Ms. Grace Berg Schaible 
Mr. Kenneth Berger 
Ms. Marie Bergmann 
Mr and Mrs Jeffrey Berlin 
Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Berlin 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 

Berman 
Dr. Harold Berman 
Mr. Samuel W. Bernheimer 
Mr. P. Bernik 
Dr. Spencer Berry 
Dr. William R. Bertelsen 
Mr. Joseph B. Bidwell 
Mr. Bruce Biggs 
Ms. Barbara S. Bill 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Bing 
Mr. Howard M. Bingham 
Mr. J. K. Birchfield.Jr. 
Mrs. Loris G. Birnkrant 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bjerkman 
Mr. G. W Black 



Dr. James T. Blackmon, Jr. 

Mrs. V. Blaine 

Honorable and Mrs. Warren 

E. Blair 
Mr. James Blaser 
Mr. A. D. Blatnikoff 
Mr. Peter A. Bleyler 
Mr. Howard H. Bloom 
Ms. Naomi Lee Bloom and 
Mr. Ronald Glenn Wallace 
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel 

Boasberg III 
Ms. Mama A. Bobay 
Ms. Enola V. Bode 
Mr. David Bodycombe and 

Ms. Maureen Fisher 
Dr. George P. Bogumill 
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Bohl 
Mr. M. R. Bohm 
Ms. Constance J. Bohon 
Mrs. John H. Bond 
Mr. David Bonderman 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bonsai 
Mr. Bruce Booker 
Ms. Lorna Boothroyd 
Mr. and Mrs. John Boppart 
Mr. Rick Borchert 
Dr. Fredricka Borland 
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borowsky 
Mr. Arthur D. Bosworth 
Ms. Barbara C. Bottarini 
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell 

Boverman 
Ms. Delphine B. Bowers 
Ms. Patricia C. Bowman 
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Boyer 
Dt. Norman Boyer 
Ms. Maria Brabb 
Mr. Robert Bradbury 
Ms. Eugenie R. Bradford 
Mr. and Mrs. William G. 

Bradford 
Mrs. Anna E. Bradley 
Mrs. Janice Braly 
Mrs. Joan V. Brandt 
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brantley 
Mrs. Rose J. Bratton 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Braun 
Mr. Willam E. Braunig 
Mrs. S. Brazil 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 

Brechler 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy 

Bremerman, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Maurice F. 

Bresnahan 
Mr. Frank Brettholle 
Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. 

Brewer 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester L 

Brewer 
Mr. Robert L. Bridges 
Mrs. Evelyn P. Brier 
Ms. Patricia Brinker 
Mr. H. A. Brinner 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan C. Brittle 
Ms. Marilyn Broad 
Mr. Richard Brockman 
Mr. James E. Brodhacker 
Mr. John J. Brogan 
Mr. Randall Brooks 
Mr. Dennis M. Broon 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bross 
Mr. Albert Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Glen F. Brown 
Mr. L. Brown 
Mr. Lawrence D. Brown 
Mrs. Thomas M. Brown 
Mrs. William R. Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. 

Brown III 
Mr. Gary M. Browning 
Mr. Steven Brummel 
Mr. Karl J. Brunner 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. 

Bruno 
Mrs. Laurence Brunswick 
Mr. Dick Brush 
Mr. Philip D. Brust 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Bryan 
Mrs. Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. 
Honorable and Mrs. Philip 

Buchen 
Mr. James Buck 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul 

Buckingham 
Ms. Helen A. Buckley and 
Ms. Helen B. Single 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. 

Buckley 
Mr. William W. Budge 
Lieutenant Commander C. L. 

Buechler 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 

Buechner 
Mr. Robert F. Bulens 
Miss Mary J. Bumby 
Captain H. F. Burfeind 



Dr. Billy Burk 

Mr. Carl A. Burkhart 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. 

Burks 
Mrs. Poe Burling 
Mrs. Diantha R. Burnett 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Burney 
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Burnham 
Lieutenant Colonel 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 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. 

Burton 
Mr. T. G. Burzawa 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bush 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bush 
Dr and Mrs Allan C. 

Bushnell 
Mrs. H. M. Busick 
Dr. A. R. Butler 
Mrs. Hugh H. Butler 
Dr. and Mrs. James H. Butler 
Mr. R. L Butler, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. 

Buxton 
Mr. Darcie Byrn 
Mr. W Byrnes 
Mrs. Helen N. Cabell 
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. Alden F. Caldwell 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. 

Caldwell 
Ms. M. E. Caldwell 
Mrs. F. G. Cameron 
Mr. Kenneth S. Cameron 
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. 

Can field 
Mr. Philip L. Cantelon and 

Mrs. Eileen McGuckian 
Ms. Marjorie M. Cantor 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. 

Caravello 
Mr. C. G. Carey 
Mrs. Phyllis H. Carey 
Ms. Judith Carlson 
Mr. Leland V. Carlson 



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Mr. Robert E. Carlson 
Mr. Dean C. Carlton 
Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd E. 

Carnright 
Mr. Richard V. Carol an 
Ms. S. G. Carpenter 
Dr. John M. Carper 
Mrs. Martha A. Carr 
Ms. Christine K. Carrico 
Ms. Cindi L Carroll and Mr. 

Charles M. Carroll 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Carroll 
Mr. Donald D. Carruth 
Mr. J. Carson 
Ms. Mary Carson 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Carten 
Colonel and Mrs. Douglas 

H. Carter 
Ms. Lily Marie Carter 
Mr. Victor Cascella 
Captain Edmund L. Castillo 
Mr. Vicente F. Castillo 
Mrs. James A. Cathcart 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. 

CaudiU 
Mr. W. R. Cavanagh 
Mr. M. Cerqueira 
Ms. Colleen M. Chalker 
Dr. M. H. Chamberlain 
Dr. Ward A. Chamers 
Mr. and Mrs. William Chan 
Mr. Jonathan L Chang 
Colonel and Mrs. G. E. 

Chapin, Jr. 
Colonel Daniel T. Chapman 
Dr. Samuel Charache and Dr. 

Patricia Charache 
Honorable and Mrs. Steven 

M. Charno 
Ms. Cynthia M. Chase and 

Mr. Kenneth H. Chase 
Mr. Donald Chase 
Mr. and Mrs. Boris E. 

Cherney 
Mr. Harry Chernoff 
Mr. Ray F. Cherry 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. 

Cherry 
Mr. H. T. Chester, Jr. 
Mrs. Bernard P. Chewning 
Ms. Allene R. Chiesman 
Mr. John Childs 
Mr. Brian Chilton 
Miss Jean M. Chisholm 



Dr. and Mrs. Purnell W. 

Choppin 
Mr. Lawrence Chubet 
Mr. Fred Clagett 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. 

Clark 
Mr. George Clark 
Mr. H. Lawrence Clark 
Mr. Richard G. Clark 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. 

Clark 
Mrs. Robert L. Clarke 
Mrs. Robert L. Clausen 
Mr. Robert K. Clawson 
Mrs. Lindsay T. Clegg 
Mr. James A. Clements 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. 

Cleveland 
Mr. William F. dinger, Jr. 
Mr. Richard F. Clowes 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. 

Coates 
Captain and Mrs. Richard 

Cobb 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. 

Cobey 
Mr. William H. Cochrane 
Dr. Thomas B. Cocke 
Ms. Janet A. Coen 
Anne E. Coghlan, Phd. 
Ms. Linda L Cogswell 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. 

Cohen 
Mrs. Helen H. Cohen 
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin M. Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen 
Mr. James Coke 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 

Colaianni 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. 

Col burn 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 

Cold iron 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L 

Coleman, Jr. 
Mrs. James M. Collins 
Ms. Pamela D. Collins 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. 

Collyer 
Mrs. Betsy F. Colquit 
Mrs. W. A. Colvin 
Mr. William L Coman and 
Ms. Julie-Anne W. Coman 
Miss Bertita E. Compton 
Mrs. Herman Cone, Jr. 



Mrs. Ethel Conlisk 

Mr. Steven S. Conner 

Mr. A. Thomas Connolly 

Dr. and Mrs. Philip Connolly 

Mr. J. Conte 

Mr. Charles C. Convers 

Mrs. Camille L. Cook 

Mr. Leslie Cook 

Ms. Lori Cooke-Marra 

Mr. Vernon P. Cooley 

Ms. Janet B. Cooper 

Mr. John N. Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Warren 

Cooper III 
Mr. Dallas M. Coors 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. 

Coppock 
Mr. Henry G. Corey 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Corey 
Dr. W. G. Corey 
Mr. J. N. Corey, Jr. 
Ms. Judith Corley 
Mr. M. C. Cornell 
Dr. Danilo M. Coronel 
Mrs. Louis Corson 
Dr. and Mrs. Walter H. 

Corson 
Mr. Dennis J. Cotter and 

Ms. Marianne T. Hamilton 
Mr. A. Cotts 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. 

Coupard 
Miss Jo Ann Cowan 
Miss Mary L. Cox 
Mr. William E. Cox 
Mr. and Mrs. David M. 

Crabtree 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crabtree 
Mr. Herbert R. Crane 
Mr. G. B. Crary.Jr. 
Dr. Robert B. Craven 
C. M. Crawford 
Mr. W.Crawford, Jr. 
Mr. Jerry D. Crites 
Mr. John H. Crittenden 
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner 

Crosby, Jr. 
Mrs. Richard S. Cross 
Ms. Kathryn M. Crossgrove 
Ms. Harriet Barker Crowe 
Mrs. W Crowe 
Mr. Gilbert W. Cullen 
Mrs. Susan L. Cullman 
Mr. Lyndle Cumrnings 
Mr. Robert L. Cumrnings 



Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. CunnifF 
Mr. Charles S. Curran 
Mrs. George H. Curran 
Mr. John Joseph Curtin 
Mrs. Richard M. Curts 
Miss Margaret M. Dahm 
Mr. Kevin B. Dalton 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L 

Dalton 
Mrs. Christine Danforth 
Mr. K. R. Daniel 
Mr. John H. Daniels 
Ms. Ethel E. Danzansky 
Mr. B. J. Daropa 
Ms. Sharon G. Daspit 
Ms. Delberta M. Daveler 
Ms. Julia H. Davidson 
Mr. David Davies 
Mrs. David G. Davies 
Mrs. A. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry C. Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. 

Davis 
Mr. E. E. Davis 
Colonel H. R. Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W 

Davis 
Ms. Jane Davis 
Mr. John F. Davis 
Mr. Patrick Davis 
Mrs. Ralph Davis 
Mr. Robert Davis 
General and Mrs. Kenneth F. 

Dawalt 
Mr. Peter J. De La Garza and 

Mr. Ben R. Tucker 
Mrs. Gloria L. De Pad ilia 
Mr. Craig M. Dean and Ms. 

Donna M. Murasky 
Mr. Joseph E. Dean 
Mr. Robert Dean 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 

Dean 
Dr. Philip C. Deaton 
Mr. D. C. Deberry 
Mr. James Deboer 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. 

Decker 
Mrs. Thomas Dedomenico 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. 

Deen 
Mr. and Mrs. David M. 

Degabriele and Mrs. 

Kathy L. Ragain 
Mr. Marvin Dekelboum 



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Mrs. G. F. Dekeyser 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Delahay 
Captain Victor Delano 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. 

Dellinger 
Mrs. V. E. Demarest 
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. Roy M. Derrick 
Mr. Thomas J. Desipin 
Mr. Robert Jay Deutsch 
Mr. Frank Devi no 
Mr. G. W. Devoe 
Mr. Larry Devries 
Mrs. D. J. Dewart 
Mrs. T. T. Dewolf 
Mr. Burton Dezendorf 
Mrs. Robert L. Dick 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. 

Dickens, Jr. 
Mr. P. I. Dickey 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dickinson 
Mr. J. E. Diegelman 
Mr. Fred J. Diemer 
Ms. Margretta Diemer 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. 

Dilworth 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dimuro 
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 
Mrs. Dolstra 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Donaghy 
Mr. Henry T. Donahoe 
Mr. Francis W. Donahue 
Mrs. Lloyd Donant 
Reverend and Mrs. James K. 

Donnell 
Ms. Elinor C. Donnelly 
Mr. Christopher J. Doozan 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. 

Doran 
Mrs. Joyce N. Dortch 
Ms. Barbara M. Doty 



Mr. Wallace C. Doud 
Ms. M. H. Downing 
Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle 
Dr. Susan S. Doyle 
Mr. William T. Doyle 
Ms. Barbara B. Drackett 
Mr. Jim Drehle 
Mr. and Mrs. David C. 

Dressier 
Colonel D. M. Drummond 
Mr. and Mrs. Irenee Du 

Pont, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Duff 
Mr. W L. Duffey 
Mr. John L. Duffy 
Mr. William E. Duffy 
Mrs. M. D. Duggan 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. 

Duke 
Ms. Joanne E. Dumene 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Dunnan 
Mr. Wayne Durbin 
Dr. Margot Durrer 
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. 

Duthweiler 
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dwan, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 

Dwyer 
Dr. and Mrs. Vernon J. 

Dwyer 
Ms. Ann L. Dyke 
Dr. Gary F. Earle 
Mr. Gordon Eastburn 
General and Mrs. George D. 

Eastes 
Mr. Terry J. Easton 
Mrs. J. T Eaton 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eaton 

III 
Ms. Helen Eccleston 
Mr. William W. Edgerton 

and Ms. Bonnie M. Green 
Mr. J. R. Edinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edson 
Ms. Margaret W. Edwards 
Ms. Mary Jane Edwards 
Mrs. Robert G. Edwards 
Ms. Shirley Egashira 
Mr. Joe B. Eggen 
Mr. Frank K. Eggleston 
Mr. Paul Ehrenfest 
Mr. Barry Eigen and Ms. 

Kathleen D. Nolan 
Mrs. Harriet J. Eiwen 



Mr. David A. Elko 
Mr. Don W. Elleman 
Mr. Joseph H. Ellinwood 
Mrs. Card G. Elliott, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Ellis 
Mr. William M. Ellis 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael V. 

Elsberry 
Dr. and Mrs. William L R. 

Emmet 111 
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford 

Endicott 
Mr. Bernard Engel 
Mrs. Olga M. Engel 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

England 
Dr. Michael J. Epstein 
Mrs. Jane M. Epstine 
Mr. Michael Erlanger 
Mr. Richard Ertenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Escalle 
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Estridge 
Mr. Louis Euster 
Mr. Donald Evans 
Mr. Larry Evans 
Miss Shirley M. Evans 
Mr. W M. Evans 
Mr. J. C. Evans, Jr. 
Mr. Douglas Evans, Jr. 
Mr. Duane R. Fagg and Ms. 

Helga B. Buerger 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. 

Farley 
Farmers State Bank 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman 

Farquhar 
Mr. Kit Farwell and Ms. 

Marge Farwell 
Mr. Robert N. Faust 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Feinberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. 

c eirman 
Colonel J. J. Felmley 
Ms. Susann D. Felton and 

Mr. G. A. Esworthy 
Dr. and Mrs. Lester M. 

Felton, Jr. 
Mrs. Rugeley Ferguson 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Ferguson 
Dr. Edward C. Ferguson III 
Reverend H. A. Ferrell 
Mr. Stanley M. Fertel 
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Fessenden 
Mr. James George Fidler 



Mrs. Emily H. Fine 
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert W 

Fingerhut 
Ms. Janet A. Fink 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Peter 

Fischer 
Mr. Henry Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. 

Fisher 
Mr. C. H. Fitzgerald 
Mr. Thomas A. Fitzgerald 
Ms. Jane G. Flener 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Fletcher 
Mr. Peter A. Flihan, Jr. 
Mr. Ted Flora 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. 

Flowers 
Ms. Olivia Page Floyd 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flum 
Mr. Patrick Fly 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. 

Flynt, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. L D. Follmer 
Mr. Albert A. Folop 
Colonel William J. Foody 
Brigadier General Evelyn P. 

Foote 
Dr. R. P. Fornshell 
Mr. William B. Forster 
Ms. Suzanne Forsyth 
Mrs. P. S. Fortunas 
Mrs. Russell Fortune, Jr. 
Mr. C. Herbert Foutz 
Mrs. Richard L. Fowler 
Mrs. Theodore V Fowler III 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fox 
Mr. S. Fox 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. 

Frank 
Mrs. Brantley Vernon Frank 
Franciscan Fathers 
Betty A. Frankfather 
Mr. Stephen P. Frazier 
Ms. Mary M. Free 
Dr. Robert G. Freeman 
Mr. Scott Freer 
Mrs. Marian M. Freese 
Dr. Donald E. Frein 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. 

French 
Mr. Andrew L. Frey 
Mr. Henry D. Frey 
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Frey 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Friddle 



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Mr. Arnold S. Friedman 
Ms. Wendy Frieman 
Mr. Donald W. Friske 
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fugate 
Mr. Warren Fugate 
Mr. Donald H. Fuhs 
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fuller 
Mrs. P. Fuller 
Mrs. LJ.Futchik 
Mr. William R. Gage 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward E. 

Gahres 
Mrs. D. R. Gairing 
Mr. Vernon M. Gale 
Mr. F. A. Gallagher 
Mr. Thomas J. Galligan, Jr. 
Mr. Frank L Gambosh 
Dr. and Mrs. R. Don 

Gambrell, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ganelin 
Mr. Clement E. Gardiner 
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm O. 

Garfink 
Mr.H. T.Garland, Jr. 
Mr. John R. Garman 
Mr. and Mrs. John Garney 
Reverend Anne C. Garrison 
Ms. Lucille H. Garton 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 

Gauthier 
Miss Olga M. Gazda 
Mr. A. F. Gegenheimer 
Mr. J. Michael Geier 
Mr. B. Geismar 
Ambassador and Mrs. 

Herbert D. Gelber 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geller 
Mr. Peter L Geller 
Dr. Byron A. Genner III 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Georges 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. 

Gerding 
Mr. Kurt H. Germann 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Gewirz 
Mr. Richard P. Geye 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ghiardi 
Rear Admiral and Mrs. 

Ralph M. Ghormley 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward 

Giberti 
Dr. and Mrs. David M. 

Gibson 
Mr. Fred O. Gibson, Jr. 
Mr. M. Gilberstadt 



Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln J. 

Gilbert 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. 

Gilbert 
Ms. Nancy V. Giles 
Ms. Julie Kempel Gilliam 
Mr. Stanley C. Gillies 
Mr. Joseph Gimpel 
Mrs. Joan L. Gindes 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. 

Ginsburg 
Mrs. D.J. Gladwin 
Mr. Gilbert Glass 
Mr. M. Glassman 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. 

Glassman 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. 

Gleim 
Mrs. Charles C. Glover 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. 

Goering 
Mr. James W. Goff 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. 

Gohdes 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred T 

Goldberg 
Mr. Leslie H. Goldberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. 

Goldberg 
Mr. James R. Golden 
Mr. John Golden 
Ms. Susan S. Goldman 
Dr. Edwin G. Goldstein 
Mr. Thomas W. Golway 
Mr. Luis G. Gonzalez 
Mr. R. L Gooderl 
Dr. S. Goodloe, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Goodman 
Mr. Stuart N. Goodman 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Goodrich 
Mrs. David Gordon 
Dr. Kenneth P. Gorelick 
Mr. David W Gorham 
Mr. Joel C. Gorick 
Mr. James C. Gorman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. 

Gorman 
Dr. Richard E. Gorozdos 
Mrs. Dorothy D. Goss 
Captain Susan L. Gough 
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 
Mr. Harold D.Grant, Jr. 
Mr. Gerald W Grantham 
Ms. C. Graton 
Lieutenant General and Mrs. 

Ernest Graves 
Mrs. H. Brice Graves 
Mrs. Mary Graves 
Mr. William F. Graves 
Mr. John E. Gray 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Gray 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. 

Grayson 
Dr. and Mrs. Henry D. 

Green 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph E. 

Green III 
Mr. Edwin Greenberg 
Mr. David J. Gteenburg 
Dr. M. Jean Greenlaw 
Miss Joanne T. Greenspun 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

Greenwold 
Mr. Frederick H. Grein, Jr. 
Mr. Vilins G. Grencions 
Mr. Gerhard R. Grieb 
Mrs. James T. Griffin 
Mrs. M. A. Grill 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. 

Grimes 
Mr. Donald O. Grimes, Jr. 
Mr. Eugene W. Griner, Jr. 
Mrs. Steele T. Griswold 
Mrs. Helen Grossman 
Mrs. Helen K. Groves 
Mrs. Donald Gruhn 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor W 

Gum per 
Mrs. Helen W. Gunderson 
Mr. Charlie E. Gunter III 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph I. 

Gurfein 
Mrs. Patricia Gusmer 
Mr. W R. Gustaferro 
Mr. David L. Guthrie 
Mr. and Mrs. Corbin 

Gwaltney 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gwaltney 



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. Philip J. Hahn 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. 

Hahn 
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. 

Haig 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Hale 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Hall 
Dr. John H.Hall, Jr. 
Mr. Allen R. Halper 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 

Halpern 
Mr. M. Hamada 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. 

Hamady 
Mr. Ronald K. Hamburger 
Mr. Donald W Hamer 
Mrs. L. C. Hamilton 
Mr. Robert A. Hamilton 
Colonel and Mrs. William T. 

Hamilton, Jr. 
Mr. Jon G. Hammond 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W 

Hamner 
Mr. P. M. Hampton and Mr. 

E. F. Hampton 
Mr.J.S. Handler 
Mrs. Vincent S. Haneman 
Ms. Dolly D. Hansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 

Hansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Angus A. 

Hanson 
Mrs. Kathryn W Hanson 
Mr. Charles C. Hansult and 

Ms. Celia F. Kramer 
Dr. and Mrs. John O. 

Hardiman 
Mr. William L Hardison 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. 

Hardy 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. 

Harger 
Mr and Mrs Hardy 

Harg reaves 
Mr. John M. Harker 
Mr. Jack R.Harlan 
Dr. Robert A. Harper 
Mrs. Lucy W. Harrell 



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Mrs. J. D. Harrington 
Ms. Christie Harris 
Mr. J. Arthur Harris 
Mr. Joseph Harris 
Ms. Mary L. Harris 
Mr. and Mrs. Graham 

Harrison 
Mr. Frank C. Hart 
Mr. John C. Hart 
Mrs. Pauline Hart 
Mrs. William D. Hart 
Mr. Sid Harth 
Mr. A. A. Hartley 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. 

Hartley and Peggy J. 

Hartley 
Ms. Janet W. Hartley 
Mr. P. W. Hartloff.Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. 

Hartman, Jr. 
Ms. Gertrude B. Hartmann 
Mrs. W. M. Harwood 
Mr. James E. Has kins 
Ms. M. A. Hassett 
Cynthia L Hathaway 
Mr. James R. Hathaway 
Mrs. Audrey H. Hatry 
Mr. Gordon B. Hattersley 
Miss P. Haubold 
Mrs. Robert A. Hausiohner 
Mr. John C. Havens 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel B. 

Haveson 
Mrs. John C. Hawk, Jr. 
Dr. Jeffrey W. Hawkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Hawkins 
Mr. Mones E. Hawley 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. 

Hawley III 
Mrs. David Hayes 
Mr. Robert E. Haynes 
Major General 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 
Mr. Gordon E. Hed 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heger 
Ms. Patricia Heil 
Mrs. D. E. Heimark 



Mr. Landis C. Heistand 
Captain and Mrs. Arthur A. 

Helgerson 
Mrs. Louis M. Hellman 
Mr. James W. Hellwege 
Mr. and Mrs. Helmut 

Hellwig 
Honorable and Mrs. Richard 

Helms 
Ms. Deborah W. Hemenway 
Mr. Allyn B. Henderson 
Mr. E. M. Hendrickson 
Mr. W. D. Hendrickson 
Mr. Willis M. Hengy 
Ms. Ellen A. Hennessy 
Miss Mildred Henninger 
Mr. Robert A. Hennings 
Mrs. W. Henrick Mrs. E. 

Henri ksen 
Mrs. Douglas E. Henriques 
Ms. Beverlee B. Henry 
Mr. William E. Henry 
Ms. Evelyn Herbert 
Mr. Richard A. Herbert 
Mr. Karl F. Herd 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael 

Herman 
Ms. June Herrick 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Herzog 
Mr. Arnold L. Hespe 
Dr. and Mrs. David C. Hess 
Mrs. John L. Hess 
Mr. Michael J. Hessell 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. 

Hester, Jr. 
Mr. Barry R. Heuring 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. 

Hewert 
Ms. Mary Jane Heyl 
Mr. Donald R. Hibbert 
Mrs. Laura E.. Hicks 
Mrs. Elisabeth Higgins Null 
Mrs. L. F. Higman 
Mr. James S. Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Hill 
Mr. Wendell T. Hill 
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick M. 

Hills 
Rear Admiral and Mrs. 

Robert P. Hilton 
Mr. J. Michael Hinchman 
Miss Barbara N. 1 lines 
Mrs. J. H. Hinkson 
Dr. S. R. Hobgood 



Ms. Roberta Hockman 
Mr. Lorentz R. Hodges, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome 

Hoffman 
Ms. Margaret M. Hoffman 
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hogan 
Mrs. Miriam S. Hogan 
Brigadier General E. P. 

Hoi sing ton 
Ms. Frances Holden 
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond T. 

Holden 
Mr. Barton S. Holl 
Mr. William M. Hollisjr. 

and Dr. Andrea M. 

Baldeck 
Mr. Milton C. Holloman 
Mr. J. W. Holloway 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. 

Holman 
Ms. Dorothy K. Holmberg 
Ms. Evan C. Holstrom 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hope 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory 

Hopfer 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert 

Hopkins 
Mr. Stephen Hopkins 
Mr. William L. Hopkins 
Ms. Ann Hopping 
Mr. Thomas D. Horton 
Mrs. Mary H. House 
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Howard 
Mrs. Phyllis Kern Howe 
Mr. Charles E. Hucks 
Miss Nancy E. Hudson 
Mrs. Hugo G. Huettig, Jr. 
Mrs. Dean Huffman 
Mr. Robert R. Hughes 
Mr. Clarence L. Hulford 
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hulings 
Ms. Jean M. Hulme 
Mr. William R. Humphrey 
Ms. Suzanne Humpstone 
Mr. Frank Hunsicker 
Dr. and Mrs. James C. Hunt 
Mr. and Mrs. Lowry W. Hunt 
Ms. Nancy B. Hunter 
Mrs. Sam E. Hunter 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. 

Hurlburt 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Huss 
Mr. Edward R. Husser 
Ms. Maxine Hustead 
Ms. Barbara A. Hutchinson 



Captain and Mrs. George 

Hutchinson 
Mrs. J. E. Hutchinson 
Judge Daniel H. Huyett III 
Mrs. Avis C. Hyde 
Mr. and Mrs. John L Ingersoll 
Mr. L. R. Inggels 
Reverend R. M. Ireland 
Mr. William Ireland, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ireson 
Mr. Clement I. Irons and 

Ms. Dolores Irons 
Mr. John E. Irons 
Mr. George Irving 
Miss Yoko Iwawaki 
Mr. Gordon L. Jacks 
Mr. Ben Jackson 
Dr. and Mrs. John D. Jackson 
Mr. Lynn E. Jackson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs 
Mr. Marlin L. Jacobs 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 

Jacobsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jacobson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Jaeschke 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Jagoda 
Ms. Pamela A. Jamarik and 

Mr. Charles R. Wallace 
Ms. Kathryn James 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. 

James 
Dr. J. H. Jameson 
Mr. L. C. Jamieson 
Dr. Donald R. Janak 
Mr. Richard J. Jarzabek 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Jeffrey 
Mr. and Mrs. David G. 

Jennings 
Mr. Lud wig Jesselson 
Mr. Richard A. Jewell 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas F. John 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. 

Johnson 
Ms. Carolyn R. Johnson 
Mr. Harold R. Johnson 
Mr. Robert R. Johnson 
Mr. Woodrow C. Johnson 
Mr. Alfred Jones 
Mr. Brian L Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Jones 
Mr. James E. Jones 
Ms. Janet Lee Jones 
Ms. Lillia M. Jones 
Ms. Margaret E. Jones 



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Mr. Thomas O. Jones 

Pat Jones Associates 

Mr. W. S. Jones 

Mr. William J. Jones 

Mr. H. Lewis Jones III 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jones, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R.Jordan 

Ms. W. Gertrude Josendal 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 

Mr. A. Jossey-Bass 

Mr. Maurice Jove 

Mr. Arthur Jung, Jr. 

Mr. Forrest L Junod 

Mrs. Rosemary Bonar Kabel 

Mr. George W. Kahler 

Mrs. Edmund J. Kahn 

Mr. Eugene Kalbfleisch 

Mr. F. M. Kalenborn 

Mr. John D. Kane 

Mr. Steven Kaplan 

Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Kaplin 

Mr. Emanuel Karadimos 

Ms. Maureen F. Karam 

Mrs. A. Karbelnig 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. 

Kaslow 
Captain William J. Kastner 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz 
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Katz 
Mr. R. L. Katz 
Mr. Mavis A. Kaufman 
Mr. J. A. Kay 
Dr. Phyllis Kayten and Mr. 

Steven Weinstein 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Keane 
Lieutenant Colonel Eugene 

K. Keefe 
Ms. Sheila A. Keefe 
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Keener 
Captain and Mrs. William 

Keller 
Mr. Karl E. Kelley 
Miss Ann S. Kelly 
Ms. Jettie Kelly 
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 



Dr. and Mrs. Herbert D. 

Kerman 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Ken- 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kerr 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr 
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kester 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. 

Keyes, Jr. 
Mr. W. Ben Kibler 
Mr. and Mrs. John Kicak 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Kidd 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 

Kiefer 
Ms. Marjorie B. Kiewit 
Dr. Kyumgsoo Kim 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. 

Kimball 
Mrs. J. R. Kimberly 
Dr. Robert Kimbrell 
Mrs. Jeanette Kimmel 
Mr. Edward J. King 
Mrs. Garfield King 
Mrs. Paul M. King 
Mr. and Mrs. W Griffin 

King, Jr. 
Ms. Mary E. Kingsland 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. 

Kinzie 
Mr. Dan L Kirby 
Mr. Edward J. Kirby 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Kirby 
Mr. E. J. Kirchman 
Mr. Harry L Kirkman 
Mrs. S. Kirkparick 
Mr. Lawrence Kirstein 
Dr. James L. Kirtley, Jr. 
Dr. Benjamin F. Kitchen, Jr. 
Mr. J. W. Klages 
Mr. Kenneth W Klein 
Mr. Norman S. Klein 
Ms. Rebecca Klemm 
Mr. Klepsteen 
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 
Mrs. E. Knowlton 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. 

Knudsen 
Mr. A. T. Knueppel 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 

Koegel 
Ms. Margie Koenig 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Kojm 
Mr. David Koller 
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Koning 
Colonel George C. Konolige 
Mr. Herbert J. Kopff 
Mr. A. George Koplow 
Mr. J. Koppelman 
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin C. 

Korengold 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. 

Kosciuszko 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. 

Koskinen 
Mr. Stanley Kottock 
Mr. George Kovar 
Dr. Robert Kovar 
Mrs. Anna Kovasznay 
Mr. G. D. Kovener 
Dr. Kathy Koznek 
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 
Mrs. Irene D. Kress 
Mr. I. P. Krick 
Mr. and Mrs. Nancy B. 

Krieble 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. 

Kriss 
Mr. V.J. Kriss 
Miss Karen E. Krueger 
Mrs. Leroy Krusi 
Mrs. Jane M. Kuellmer 
Ms. Elizabeth J. Kuen 
Mrs. G. F. Kugler, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Max J. Kukler 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad E. 

Kunkel 
Dr. Edward A. Kure 
Mrs. William O. Kurtz, Jr. 
Dr. Jane Kurucz 
Mr. Victor K. Kurylak 
Miss Suzanne Kuser 
Mr. Ellsworth Laboyteaux 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Ladd 
Miss Martha Ladd 



Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. 

Ladenheim 
Mrs. Patricia K. Lafferty 
Mr. Richard D. Lake and 
Ms. Sherry A. Cagnoli 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. 

Lamb, Jr. 
Mrs. Richard T. Lambert 
Dr. Robert M. Lambert 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. 

Lamson 
Mrs. Ernest A. Land 
Mr. Ernest H. Land 
Mrs. Hans A. Land 
Dr. Emanuel Landau 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. 

Lander 
Ms. Marilyn Brody Lane 
Dr. Gilbert H. Lang 
Mr. Gerald Langford 
Colonel and Mrs. John V. 

Lanterman 
Mrs. Louis Lapi 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larocca 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Larson 
Ms. Ruth Larson 
Dr. Ray Lash 
Mr. Philip A. Lathrap 
Mrs. J. W Laughlin 
Ms. Rose Mary Laur 
Mr. Robert E. Laux 
Mr. Denny Law 
Dr. and Mrs. Noel Lawson 
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Leach 
Mr. L. G. Leary 
Mr. George Lee 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Lee 
Mr. James A. Lee 
Mr. T. C. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Glen Leet 
Mt. R. Lefcourt 
Mrs. W. G. Lefevre 
Mr. Edwin F. Legard 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 

Lehman 
Mr. Raymond A. Lehtinen 
Ms. Ellen R. Leighton 
Ms. Jeanne Lemmer 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gene Lemon 
Mrs. Harry Lenart 
Mr. Dwain L. Lengel 
Mrs. Ethelynne H. Leonard 
Ms. Eustacia P. Leone 
Mrs. Lawrence S. Lesser 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Lesser 



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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 
Dr. Jerrold Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lew 
Mr. and Mrs. Baugh Lewis 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Lewis 
Mr. Garry Lewis and 
Ms. Terry Proffitt 
Ms. Irene R. Liebenberg 
Mr. William F. Lieber 
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. Robert F. Lint 
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney C. 

Linton 
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher 

Lipsett and Ms. Missy 

Lipsett 
Mr. David H. Lipsey and 

Ms. Dianne Chase 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 
Mrs. Dorothy P. Loeb 
Dr. Arthur J. Loerzel 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Loesch 
Mr. Pichon P. Loh 
Mrs. Jane K. Lombard 
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Long 
Mr. Walter H.Long, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lorch 
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Louden 
Mr. Homer B. Louya, Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Love 
Mr. J. Loveless 
Mrs. George E. Luce 
Mrs. Sheldon R. Luce 



Mr. Dave Henry Luders 
Ms. Karyl Lufkin 
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Lund 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. 

Lund ay 
Mr. and Mrs. La Rue Lutkins 
Mr. and Mrs. John L Luttrell 
Mrs. John E. Lutz III 
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. MacAUister 
Mrs. M. W MacDermott 
Dr. Gwen R. MacDonald 
Mr. Neil R. MacDonald 
Mr. Watson Maclnnes 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. 

Maclntyre 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. 

MacKenzie 
Mrs. John Macomber 
Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Maddox 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. 

Maffirt 
Ms. Dolores M. Maidlow 
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie D. 

Major, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton S. Mak 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant D. 

Malcolm 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maleter 
Commander E. Malloy, Jr. 
Lieutenant General and Mrs. 

W. R. Maloney 
Mr. and Mrs. Elli Malta 
Mr. C. Conrad Manley 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mann 
Mrs. E. B. Mann 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marines 
Mrs. Sandra Alan Mannherz 
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. Kenneth S. Marsh 
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Marshall 
Mr. Robert C. Marston 
Dr. Diana Martin and Mr. 

Frank Burgess 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. John Cephas 

Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael L 

Martin 
Mr. S. T. Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. James V. 

Martin, Jr. 
Mrs. Mildred H. Martindale 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. 

Mason 
Miss Priscilla Mason 
Dr. Robert B. Matheny 
Mr. Michael J. Matheron 
Mrs. Elbert G. Mathews 
Dr. and Mrs. M. Mathews 
Mr. Charles R. Matlin 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Matre 
Dr. Pam Matsuura 
Captain Tyler R. Matthew, 

USN Ret. 
Mr. Charles Matthews 
Mr. Winton E. Matthews, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Mattox and Ms. 

Johara H. Alatas 
Mr. and Mrs. W W Maxey 
Mr. and Mrs. George B. 

Maxwell 
Mr. Richard Mayborn 
Lieutenant Colonel Mary J. 

Mayer 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mayo 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W Mazal 
Dt. John E. Mazuzan, Jr. 
Mr. James I. McAuliff 
Mr. Kevin McAuliffe 
Ms. Nancy M. McCabe 
Mrs. Violet McCandlish 
Ms. June W McCarron and 

Mr. Walter B. Lewis 
Mr. James D. McClary 
Dr. David C. McClure 
Ms. Patricia McConnell 
Mr. Michael McCormack 
Dr. Marie C. McCormick 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael 

McCormick 
Mrs. Anne B. McCourt 
Dr. Catherine F. McCoy 
Mr. Emmett F. McCoy 



Mr. John O. McCracken 
Mr. Jack H. McCreery 
Mr. Walter C. McCrone 
Mr. Dale E. McDaniel 
J. McDonald 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. 

McDonnell 
Mrs. W W McDowell 
Mr. Chester W McElhoe 
Mrs. Nan Tucker McEvoy 
Ms. Elizabeth McFadden 
Mr. W A. McGaw 
Dr. and Mrs. Morris G. 

McGee 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. 

McGehee 
Dr. and Mrs. T. W McGiU 
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. Larry V. Mclntire 
Mr. John Mcintosh 
Mr. Thomas H. Mcintosh 
Mr. William F. McKenna 
Dr. J. W. McKibben 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. 

McKinney 
Ms. Barbara I. McKissock 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace 

McMartin 
Mrs. S. McMullen 
Mr. W Hugh McNaughton 
Mr. W. C. McNeal 
Mr. George M. McNulty 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. 

McOwen 
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. 

McPherron 
Mr. George W. McQueen 
Miss C. Mc Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Mead 
Mr. James C. Meade 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meats 
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Meditch 
Mrs. Roberta V. Meek 
Mr. Frank Meek, Jr. 
Dr. Henry P. Meijer 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Mela 
Mr. David B. Mellor 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mendyk 
Mrs. Valere P. Menefee 



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Mr. Michael Mennucci 
Mr. Leon A. Mensing 
Mr. R. A. Meredith 
Captain and Mrs. Robert H. 

Mereness 
Mrs. William H. Meroney 
Mrs. Elena R. Merrick 
Mr.R. K. Merrill, Jr. 
Ms. Jean W. Merwin 
Ms. Marilynn C. Metz 
Mr. Gregor F. Meyer 
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Meyer 
Mr. John J. Meyer m 
Mr. Henry H. Meyer, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. 

Meyers 
Mr. B. Jenkins Middleton 

and Ms. Lydia B. 

Middleton 
Mr. W. W. Middleton 
Ms. Grace Milgram 
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 
Mr. Steven G. Miller 
Captain and Mrs. Richard T. 

Miller, USN 
Mr. Lewis N. Miller, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. 

Millet 
Mr. Damon F. Mills 
Mrs. George H. Milton 
Mr. Dale B. Mirth 
Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. 

Mishkind 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. 

Mitchell 
Colonel and Mrs. Robert O. 

Mitchell 
Mr. Walter W. Mitchell 
Ms. Elizabeth Mitler 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. 

Mondora 
Mrs. Sarah D. Monk 
Mr. E. F. Monoscalco 
Mr. M. R. Monroy 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard 

Montague 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Montgomery 
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 

Montgomery 



Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Moon 
Mrs. Christel K. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morava 
Mr. Robert L. Morelli 
Mrs. David Morgan 
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Morgan 
Ms. Joyce Morgan 
Mr. Shane Moriarity 
Ms. Firth Morris 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Morris 
Mr. J. C. Morris 
Ms. Rosanna Morris 
Mr. William R. Morris 
Mr. J. C. Morris, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. L B. Morris, Jr. 
Mr. Arthur R. Morse, Jr. 
Mr. Erik N. Mortensen 
Mr. Tad Mosel 

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Moskow 
Rear Admiral and Mrs. 

Douglas F. Mow 
Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. Mueller 
Dr. J. Andrew Mulholland 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. 

Mundell 
Mrs. Gail W M under 
Mr. David C. Mundy 
Mr. Gardner M. Mundy 
Mr. Burnaby Munson 
Mr. Don Murdock 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. 

Murphy 
Mr. Robert F. Murphy 
Mr. John M. Murray 
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Muschlitz 
Mr. Robert C. Musser 
Mr. and Mrs. James Myles 
Mr. Raymond R. Myslivy 
Mr. Normand O. Nadeau 
Mr. Andrew Najberg 
Mrs. Stephen H. Nash 
Mr. George Nassauer 
Dr. Robert C. Nataloni 
Mr. David N. Neal 
Mr. Robert H. Neff 
Mr. George E. Nelson 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L 

Nelson 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. 

Ness and Dorothy R. Ness 
Mr. Conley W. Ness 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. 

Neuenschwander 



Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. 

Neukomm 
Mrs. Frances Newman 
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer E. 

Newman 
Mr. W E. Newman 
Lieutenant Colonel Arthur 

Newton 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. 

Nicholl 
Mr. William L Nicholls III 
Mr. Hugh M. Nicol 
Dr. Orville F. Nielsen 
Ms. Vinatta Nigals 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. 

Nigra 
Dr. and Mrs. Earl W Niles 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Noble 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Noe 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. 

Nolan 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Norden 
Dr. Maurice J. Norman 
Dr. Patricia F. Norman 
Mrs. Nanna M. Norrington 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. 

Norris, Jr. 
Mrs. John Norton 
Ms. Kim Golan Norton 
Mr. James F. Noss 
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Notley 
Mr. Ernest C. Nort 
Mr. Milton G. 

Nottingham, Jr. 
Mr. Walter J. Novak 
Mrs. Dorothy Nubel 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. 

Nullet 
Mr. George Nye 
Ms. Eileen O'Brien 
Mr. John A. O'Brien 
Mr. J. E. O'Connell 
Mr. Robert E. O'Connell 
Mr. and Mrs. Denis T 

O'Sullivan 
Mr. Edward J. Obert, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert W 

Oblath 
Ms. MarvisJ. Oehm 
Mr. Robert S. Oelman 
Mrs. Edward Ogle 
Dr.S. W.J. Ogush 
Mr. W G. Ohde 
Ms. Helen L. Ohler 



Dr. and Mrs. G. Charles 

Oliver 
Mr. Sam R. Olsen 
Mr. Richard Omohundro 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lloyd 

Onion 
Mr. Peter Oppmann 
Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Orcurt 
Mr. Martin B. Ortlieb 
Mr. Lee K. Osborne 
Mr. and Mrs. David Osnos 
Mrs. James C. Otis 
Dr. Betty Ann Ottinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ottoboni 
Dr. Robert J. 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. Gerald W 

Padwe 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. 

Painter 
Mr. William A. Palm 
Mr. Donald K. Palmer 
Mrs. Ralph A. Palmer 
Dr. John R. Pancella 
P. Panchal 
Dr.J. F. Paquet 
Mr. Frank C. Parcell 
Commander and Mrs. 

Everett A. Parke 
Mr. Richard W Parks 
Mrs. Grace M. Parr 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Parsons 
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Parsons 
Ms. Mabel Parsons 
Mrs. George E. Parsons, Jr. 
Mr. R.F. Paschall.Jr. 
Mr. Jerry Pasek 
Colonel Kenneth W. Patrum 
Mr. Geoffrey L. Patron 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. 

Patton 
Mr. and Mrs. WillardJ. 

Patty, Jr. 
Miss Ruth Uppercu Paul 
Mr. B. R. Paulsen 
Mr. Benjamin C. Payne 
Mr. and Mrs. E. George 

Pazianos 
Ms. Sylvia L. Pearson 
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Peaslee 



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Mr. C. L. Pecchenino 
Dr. and Mrs. Ben M. 

Peckham 
Mr. Michael Peetz 
Dr. Rodney Pelton 
Mr. Edmund Pendleton 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. 

Penick 
Mr. Clarence Pennington 
Ms. Vanice A. Perin and Mr. 

Donald E. Carlson 
Mr. Bernard J. Perini 
Mr. Alan L. Perkins and 

Mrs. Barbara L Bonessa 
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 
Mrs. Horace W Peters 
Mr. and Mrs. David W. 

Peterson 
Mr. Donald M. Peterson 
Mr. George W. Peterson 
Mrs. Irene E. Peterson 
Mrs. Harold S. Pettit 
Mr. Cliff Pfaff 

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Pfbutz, Jr. 
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 
Mr. and Mrs. William Piper 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. 

Piskork 
Mrs. P. E. Pitts 
Ms. Elinor Plimack 
Ms. Diane J. Plotts 
Mr. and Mrs. Welch Pogue 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 

Pollard 
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 
Ms. V. A. Porter 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Porto 
Mrs. Sandra A. Potter 
Mr. R. D. Potts 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Potts 

and Shirley C. Potts 
Dr. and Mrs. William F. 

Pounds 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. 

Powell 
Mr. Robert E. Pownall 
Mr. Richard L. Prager 
Ms. Fletcher Pratt 
Mr. A. Price 
Mrs. Charles P. Price 
Dr. Robert E. Price 
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. Putten 
Ms. Marian L Pyle 
Mr. W. M. Quackenbush 
Mr. J. Raben 
Colonel and Mrs. Robert S. 

Rabinowitz 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anton 

Rademaker 
The Radloff Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman 

Raphael 
Mr. William Rapp, Jr. 
Miss Ann Rasche 
Mr. Philip Ratcliffe 
Rear Admiral and Mrs. R. 

A. Ratti 
Mr. Richard W Raver 
Mr. W. Ray 
Ms. J. Raymond 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Raz 
Ms. Isabel M. Rea 
Ms. Ivy Reade 
Ms. Patricia Reardon 
Mr. F. R. Rebsamen 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. 

Redford 



Ms. Vivien G. Redman and 
Mr. Lipman Redman 

Mr. AtleeJ. Reeb 

Ms. Roslynne Reed 

Mr. William A. Reed 

Mr. John WReeder 

Mr. Rollin M. Reeder 

Mrs. R. C. Reeve 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves 

Mr. Rodney D. Reeves 

Ms. Mary Jo Refermat 

Reverend Douglas Regin 

Mrs. Jan Regulski 

Mrs. Charlotte Rehberg 

Ms. Carol A. Reichgut 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Reid 

Mrs. Joan Reilly 

Mr. Lawrence F. Reinalter 

Mr. Nathan Reiskin 

Mr. Paul A. Renard 

Mrs. Edwin F. Rensler 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynierse 

Mr. Don F. Reynolds 

M. B. Reynolds 

Mr. Frank C. Reynolds, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John V Rhoads 

Mr. James E. Rhodes 

Mr. R. L Rhodes, Jr. 

Miss Kathleen Ribaudo 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Rice 

Dr. Arthur L. Rich 

Mr. G. R. Rich 

Dr. Manny Rich 

Mr. Howard B. Rich, Jr. 

Mr. E. Jerome Richards 

Mrs. R. M. Richardson 

Mrs. Ralph Richardson 

Mrs. W S. Richardson 

Ms. Melissa J. Richens 

Miss B. A. Richmond 

Mr. Charles Rick 

Mr. Daniel M. Ricker, Jr. 

Miss Rozanne L. Ridgway 

Mr. Roland Rieder 

Mr. Richard D. Rife 

Mr. M. M. Rifkin 

Dr. J. Jerome Rinaldi 

Miss Marilyn Rising 

Mr. and Mrs. John O. 
Rittenhouse 

Ms. Jeanne Robb 

Mr. Laurence A. Robbins 

Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers M. 
Roberts 

Ms. Diane Robertson 



Mrs. Grace Robinowitz and 

Mr. Donald Dody 
Ms. Jean Robins 
Mr. and Mrs. F. L Robinson 
Mrs. Richard Rodgers 
Mrs. Sue A. Rodgers 
Ms. Nydia Rodriguez 
Mr. S. Rodriguez 
Mr. O. Roeder 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. 

Roehrig 
Mr. Dietrich Roesler 
Mr. Scott Roeth 
Ms. Bonnie M. Rogers 
Mr. J. F.Roland 
Ms. Mimi Rolland 
Ms. I. Romero 
Dr. Barbara Roop 
Mrs. H. D. Root 
Mrs. M. Elaine Roschman 
Mr. Daniel M. Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rose 
Dr. and Mrs. Quentin Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. 

Rose 
Mr. Sam D. Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Rosenthal 
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ross 
Dr. Mitchell Neal Ross 
Dr. S. Rossello 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard W 

Rosser 
Dr. James A. Roth 
Mrs. M. W Roth 
Ms. Janice K. Rothlauf 
Mrs. Elizabeth D. Rott 
Mr. John W Rottler 
Dr. James A. Rourke 
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah P. Rowe 
Mr. and Mrs. James M. 

Rowley 
Mr. Raymond E. Royse, Jr. 
Mr. Charles Rozier 
Mr. B. Cecil Rubin 
Mr. Robert M. Rubin 
Dr. Philip Rubovits-Seitz 

and Dr. Randi 

Rubovits-Seitz 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. 

Rugani 
Mr. Lawrence A. Ruh 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Rule 
Mr. Tim Rullman 
Mr. J. W. Runyon.Jr. 



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Dr. Edward C. Ruth 

Mr. William A. Rutter 

Mrs. Bennett Y Ryan, St. 

Dr. Stephen K. Rymer 

Ms. Lorraine L Sabo 

Dr. H. Pagan Saez 

Mr. Lou Sakell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Salz 

Lieutenant Colonel John R. 

Sammons 
Mr. Steve C. Samuelson 
Mrs. Ellen L. Samz 
Ms. Mickey W. Sanborn 
Dr. Janice E. Sanders 
Mr. Nilo M. Santiago 
Mrs. Stanley J. Sarnoff 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 

Sawick 
Ms. Alice E. Sayre 
Mr. Francis B. Sayre 
Mr. James P. Scannel 1 
Mr. Ernst M. Schaefer 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. 

Schafer 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Schaffer.Jr. 
Mr. R. Scheffler 
Mrs. Robert S. Scheu 
Mr. Wayne Schieber 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Vincent 

Schlegel 
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Schmal 
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Schmelzer 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. 

Schnabel 
Miss Marguerite V. 

Schneeberger 
Ms. Margaret M. Schneider 
Mrs. Debra C. Schoenstein 
Dr. Leonard Schreier 
Mr. and Mrs. David E. 

Schroeder 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schroeder 
Mrs. Janet Schroeder 
Mr. Donald Schuder 
Mr. John C. Schuldt 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L 

Schulman 
Ms. R. C. Schumann 
Mr. Robert Schwaner 
Dr. Edward H. Schwarz 
Mr. B. Elmo Scoggin 
Mr. Frank Scott 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Scott 
Ms. Diane L. Scudder 



Mr. Robert F. Scudder 
Mr. David C. Searey 
Dr. Mary E. Sears 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Seidell 
Mr. Steve Mary Seidlitz 
Mrs. St Clare Seifert 
Ms. Sarahelen Selby 
Mrs. Ruth O. Selig 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. 

Selinsky 
Mr. Donald Sell 
Mrs. Catherine H. Sells 
Mr. Paul C. Seltman 
Dr. Mary Ann Sens 
Mr. R. N. Setlur and Ms. N. 

Setlur 
Ms. Catharine Seybold 
Mrs. Polly Shackleton 
Ms. Elaine G. Shaft-in 
Mrs. H. Shambaugh 
Mr. Kevin E. Shanahan 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. 

Sharpe 
Ms. Barbara W Shaw 
Captain Mary E. Shaw 
Dr. Daniel L Shaw, Jr. 
Mrs. Petrena A. Shea 
Ms. Marion Sheehan 
Ms. Kate M. Sheehy 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. 

Sheldon 
Mr. Peter L Sheldon 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. 

Shellcman, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. 

Sherman 
Ms. Lynne Sherwood 
Ms. Virginia Sherwood 
Miss Katherine Shilling 
Mr. Rufus Shivers 
Mr. Albert D. Shmutzer 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Shnider 
Mrs. Ross K. Shoolroy 
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shorb 
Mr. and Mrs. Felix F. Shore 
Mr. Robert H. Short 
Mrs. S. C. Shortlidge, Jr. 
Mr. Roy Shrobe 
Mr. HarleyF. Shuford.Jr. 
Mr. Dana H. Shultz 
Mr. Ken Shuman 
Lieutenant General and Mrs. 

Philip D. Shutler, USMC 
Ms. Martha F. Siccardi 



Mr. W R. Sieben 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Siegel 

Mr.CarlF.Sielaff.Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. 

Siler, Jr. 
Mr. Russell L. Sill 
Dr. Lester P. Silverman 
Colonel and Mrs. Robert L. 

Simmons 
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin S. Simon 
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, 

Jr- 
Mrs. Isabel G. Sked 
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond A. 

Skeehan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skold 
Mrs. Eileen S. Slack 
Mr. Thomas B. Sleeman 
Mr. John Sleeter 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slezak 
Mr. Richard P. Slivka 
Dr. H. Sloan 
Mr. Richard C. Sloan 
Mrs. Walter W. Slocum 
Mr. Charles E. Slonaker 
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sloss 
Mr. George E. Slye 
Miss Anne Smalet 
Mr. Karl M. Small 
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith 
Mr. Charles H. Smith 
Mr. Dean B. Smith 
Dr. J. T. Smith and Ms. 

Patricia C. Smith 
Ms. Janet S. Smith 
Mr. Joseph C. Smith Mrs. L. 

Smith 
Ms. Luella A. Smith 
Mr. Malcolm A. Smith 
Mrs. Witham Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. 

Smith, Jr. 
Mr.WTilfordSmithJr. 
Mr. Michael L. Smithson 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. 

Smock 
Mr. Howard F. Smothers 
Mr. T. Snider 
Dr. George E. Snider, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Snouffer 
Mr. John B. Snyder 
Mr. John B. Snyder 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. 

Snyder 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Solat 
Mr. David Solo 
Mr. William H. Somerville 
Honorable and Mrs. Soren C. 

Sommerfelt 
Mr. Stephen Sondheim 
Lieutenant Colonel Irene M. 

Sorrough 
Ms. Lynn A. Soukup 
Mrs. Frank E. Spain 
Mr. George R. Spall 
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sparks 
Mr. H. Speer 
Mr. Mark Speizer 
Ms. Charlotte Spence 
Mr. Harry H. Spence 
Mrs. C. M. Spilman, Jr. 
Mr. Fred Spinder 
Mr. Michael G. Spishock 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Splitter 
Mrs. J. E. Sponseller 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Spooner 
Mrs. J. Spur lock 
Mr. Omer F. Spurlock 
Mr. Franklin M. St John 
Mr. Richard Stackpole 
Mt. James R. Stadler 
Ms. Virginia Stainton 
Mrs. G. W. Stanford 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin N. 

Stanford 
Mr. William R. Stanmeyer 
Mrs. Carl W. Stapleton 
Mr. F.J. Stastny 
Ms. Cynthia V. Stauffacher 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Stayer 
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stealey 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. 

Stebbins 
Mr. Vincent S. Steckline 
Mr. Simon Steely 
Mr. William R. Stehle 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Stemmons 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Stenger 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 

Stephan 
Dr. Peter J. Stephens 



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Mrs. Shanda Stephenson 
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 and 

Mr. Leon D. Silverman 
Mrs. Fanny B. Stewart 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. 

Stewart 
Mr. Robert E. Stewart 
Mr. and Mrs. Terence P. 

Stewart 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. 

Stichman 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 

Stickell 
Mr. M. Stiker 
Mr. Daniel W. Stillwell 
Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Stillwell 
Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. 

Stilson 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. 

Stinchfield 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 

Stober 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. 

Stocking 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoever 
Ms. Lois Stokes 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W 

Stolldorf 
Mr. Robert A. Stone 
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard B. 

Stone 
Mr. and Mrs. John Strachan 
Mr. R. P. Straetz 
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Straker 
Dr. and Mrs. George 

Straley, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tudor Strang 
Dr. Paul Strassburger 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 

Stratton 
Mr. Henry Strong 
Mr. David G. Stuart and Ms. 

Dale G. Stuart 
Mr. Douglas Stuart 



Mrs. H. B. Stuck 

Dr. Ann D. Stuckey 

Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Sudarsky 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. 

Suddaby 
Mrs. A. C. Sulerud 
Mr. and Mrs. Basil A. Sullivan 
Mr. Ed Sullivan 
Dr. M. P. Sullivan 
Mr. Vincent M. Sullivan 
Mr. Paul L Sulsky 
Mr. John Sutch 
Mr. David M. Swan 
Ms. Patricia S. Swaney 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. 

Sweeney 
Ms. Mary R. Swicegood 
Mrs. Phelps H. Swift 
Mr. Albert L. Symonds 
Ms. Anne E. Tait 
Mr. J. R. Tallentire 
Mr. Donald J. Tamulonis 
Mr. Darrell G. Tangman 
Ms. Nancy Tarsitano and Dr. 

Michael Drake 
Mr. John B. Tavano 
Mr. J. Taylor 
Mr. James D. Taylor 
Mr. John Taylor 
Master Sergeant Robyn D. 

Taylor 
Mr. Rowan H. Taylor 
Mr. W. H. Taylor 
Mr. Harry Tecklenburg 
Mrs. R. Teerlink 
Mr. Roy Teramoto 
Mr. Norman R. Thai, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harper Thayer 
Mr. Alan Thebert 
Thiry Foundation 
Mr. Edmund Thomas 
Dr. F. Joseph Thomas 
Mr. and Mrs. Holcombe H. 

Thomas 
Dr. James Thomas 
Ms. Marcia A. Thomas 
Ms. Marjorie E. Thomas 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. 

Thompson 
Captain and Mrs. Edgar K. 

Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. 

Thompson 
Mrs. Frank L. Thompson 
Ms. Roberta Thompson 



Mr. John A. Thompson, Jr. 
Dr. S. K. Thomson 
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. 

Thomson, Jr. 
Mrs. Veronica Thorp 
Mr. Paul Thran 
Mr. R. T. Throckmorton 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Tibot 
Ms. Barbara L. Tierney 
Mrs. L. E. Tierney 
Dr. and Mrs. George Tievsky 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Tillman III 
Miss Catherine Tinkham 
Mr. H. Titchell 
Mr. Hartley K. Todee 
Ms. Paula Lynne Todrin 
Mr. C. Tofte 
Ms. Rosalie Toko 
Mr. Toshio Tokunaga 
Mrs. Araks V Tolegian 
Mr. Leroy M. Tolman 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert 

Tomlinson 
Mrs. Marjorie M. Tooker 
Mr. Farrell C. Toombs 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. 

Townsend 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur L. 

Townsend 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gerald Toye 
Honorable and Mrs. Russell 

E. Train 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. 

Trainor 
Mr. Anthony Tralla 
Mr. John H. Transue 
Mr. Edmond R. Tremblay 
Mr. T Trickett 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan 

Troutman 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Brian 

Tsujimura 
Mr. Ernst H. Tuenge, Jr. 
Mr. Robert L. Tull 
Ms. Eva F. Tully 
Mr. W T. Turso 
Mr. and Mrs. William S. 

Turwiler 
Ms. Evelyn Twigg-Smith 
Mr. Glenn A. Ulrich 
Mr. Donald Usher 
Mr. T. Uyesugi 
Mrs. C. W. Valencourt, Jr. 
Mr. J. H. Valentine 
Mr. Robert Vallier 



Mr. Ray E. Van Alstine 
Mrs. Richard C. Van Dusen 
Dr. Paul Van Fossen 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Van 

Haeften 
Ms. Caroline E. Van Mason 
Mr. Robert F. Van Voorhees 
Mr. Ernest Vargas 
Ms. Sally M. Vargas 
Mr. Edward W Varnum 
Mr. and Mrs. Armen 

Varterssian 
Mr. Samuel M. Vauclain III 
Mr. and Mrs. James G. 

Vaughter 
Mrs. Franklin Veatch 
Mr. Mark Veca 
Mr. Emilio Jose Venegas 
Ms. Natalie D. Venneman 
Mr. Richard Venning 
Mr. and Mrs. James L. 

Ventura 
Mr. Henry G. Vermillion 
Mrs. Harold E. Vettel 
Ms. Kathryn S. Vierra and 

Mr. William A. Jarrett 
Dr.JohnJ.Vill 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Villa 
Mr. Victor J. Villone 
Dr. M. C. Vincent 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. 

Vinick 
Ms. Jacquelyn E. Vinson 
Mr. Donald J. Vitale and Ms. 

Nancy Ronsheim 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Voll 
Mrs. Valma A. Von Holt 
Mr. Henry and Mary Von 

Schreiner 
Ms. Florence E. Voorhees 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. 

Vyskocil, Jr. 
Ms. Jill R. Wade 
Ms. M. G. Waggoner 
Mr. W. A. Waggoner 
Mr. David H. Wagner 
Mr. Bert Waldstein 
Mr. and Mrs. James N. 

Wallace 
Mr. Wayne D. Walling 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. 

Walters 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W 

Walton 
Dr. Alan B. Wambold 



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Mrs. A. T. Warder 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. 

Wareheim 
Mr. and Mrs. Seth L Warfield 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Grant 

Warner 
Mr. Ernest W. Warner 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. 

Warner 
Mr. John Warner 
Mrs. Wanda A. Washburn 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul 

Wasserman 
Mr. B. Y. Wat 
Miss Eva Watkins 
Captain Jack E. Watson 
Dr. Sandra S. Watson 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Wax 
Mr. H. Wayne Weagly 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Weaver 
Mrs. Sylvia B. Weaver and 

Mr. Kenneth R. Damon 
Mr. V. Phillips Weaver 
Mr. William H. Webb 
Mr. and Mrs. Glyn H. 

Webber 
Ms. Elizabeth Weedon 
Mr. John S. Wehrle 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward 

Weinberg 
Mrs. Marjorie Weinberg 
Dr. Jon L. Weingart 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. 

Weinmann 
Mr. and Mrs. Herman W 

Weinreich 
Dr. H. Weintraub 
Mr. Edgar V. Weir 
Ms. Fay L Weirich 
Ms. Jean M. Weis 
Mr. Leonard W Weis 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. 

Weiss 
Dr. Joseph F. Weiss 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weitzel 
Dr. Arnold D. Welch and 

Ms. Erika P. Welch 



Mr. Douglas F. Welebir 
Mr. Charles E. Wells 
Mr. John L.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. 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. West 
R. A. West 
Miss Hilda Wexler 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Wharton 
Dr. M. Barnes Whitacre 
Ms. Barbara W Whitaker 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. White 
Ms. Rita L White 
Mr. David R.White, Jr. 
Ms. J. Whitehead 
Dr. John P. Whiteley 
Mr. Dale A. Whiteside 
Mr. E. C. Whitney 
Whitney Foundation 
Mrs. Mary S. Wicker 
Ms. Elizabeth J. Wiggans 
Dr. and Mrs. Herman S. 

Wigodsky 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. 

Wikler 
Dr. and Mrs. U. V. Wilcox III 
Mrs. Vivian Wildman 
Mr. E. N. Wilkins 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burke 

Wilkinson 
Mrs. Gladys E. WiUard 
Mr. Andrew W. Williams 
Ms. Betty M. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. 

Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams 
Mrs. Wanda Rees Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. 

Williams, Jr. 
Major General and Mrs. Ellis 

W. Williamson 



Mr. Meade Willis, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. W Cooper 

Willits 
Ms. Jean M. Willkom 
Mr. Charles F. Wi liner 
Mr. William F. Wiliner 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 

Wilmeth 
Mr. Edward Wilson 
Mr. Hugh H. Wilson 
Mr. Lowell Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Wilson 
Mr. Peter Wilson 
Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. 

Wilson 
Mrs. W Wesley Wilson 
Captain Lucille A. Wilson, 

Ret. 
Mr. F.A.Wilson, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger H. 

Wingate 
Mr. Donald R. Winslow 
Dr. Margaret C. Winston 
Mr. John Wintets 
Ms. Joan S. Wrig 
Mr. James D.Wirt 
Mr. Robert Wissoker 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. 

Witte 
Dr. Raymond R. Wittekind 
Mr. Phelps Witter, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. 

Wittie 
Mr. David L. Wittie 
Ms. Linda Wohl 
Mr. and Mrs. Leland A. Wolf 
Mr. and Mrs. William T. 

Wolf 
Mr. Carl F. Wolfe 
Mr. J. Wolfgang, Jr. 
Mrs. Harry E. Wolfson 
Mr. Gary L. Wollenzien 
Mr. Marvin Womack 
Mr. Gary S. Wong 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Wong 
Mr. David L. Wood 
Dr. Thomas P. Wood 



Dr. Helen Woodard 
Mrs. Margaret Y. Woodbridge 
Mr. Baird Woodcock 
Mr. John Woodruff 
Mr. Marshall D. Woods 
Mr. H. Woodward 
Mrs. W T. Wooley 
Mr. David M. Wright 
Mrs. Harriet A. Wright 
Dr. Reverdy E. Wright 
Mrs. Mona Wu 
Mr. Philip D. Yaney 
Mrs. Dolores R. Yanover 
Mr. Charles Yarbrough 
Mr. John Yeomans 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. 

Young 
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald D. 

Young 
Miss Jane B. Young 
Dr. and Mrs. Keith Young 
Mr. L. J. Young 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. 

Young, Jr. 
Ms. Jean R. Yoursey 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. 

Zachary, Jr. 
Ms. Shereen Zakauddin 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. 

Zarirsky 
Dr. and Mrs. Berton 

Zbar 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. 

Zeder 
Colonel Frank J. Zeller 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert 

Zeppa 
Mrs. E. Zimmerman 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 

Zimmerman 
Dr. and Mrs. Don B. 

Ziperman 
Dr. Richard L. Zizza 
Ms. Patricia Zlotin 
Mr. Louis I. Zorensky 
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Zukel 



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Financial Report 



Nancy D. Suttenfield, Chief Financial Officer 



Introduction 

The Smithsonian Institution receives funding from both federal ap- 
propriations and nonappropriated trust funds. Federal appropriations 
are the primary source of operating funds to address the Institution's 
fundamental responsibilities in caring for and conserving the national 
collections, sustaining basic research on the collections and in selected 
areas of traditional and unique strength, and educating the public 
through exhibitions and other outreach programs about the collec- 
tions and research findings. Administrative and support functions are 
also supported partially by federal appropriations. Federal appropria- 
tions account fot 71 percent of the Institution's net operating funds. 
In addition, capital outlays for building repair and restoration and for 
most new construction are also supported primarily through federal 
appropriations, although certain construction projects, e.g., the Na- 
tional Museum of the American Indian and a planned West Court 
complex at the National Museum of Natural History, rely heavily on 
private fund-raising or other trust fund resources. 

Trust funds account fot the remaining 29 percent of the Institu- 
tion's net operating funds. The Smithsonian defines trust funds as all 
funds it receives from so'irces other than direct federal appropriations. 
These sources include gifts and grants from individuals, corporations, 
and foundations; earnings from short- and long-term investments; 
earnings from membership programs; and gross receipts from auxil- 
iary activities such as Smithsonian magazine, museum shops, food 
service concessions, and mail order activities. The Smithsonian re- 
ceives grants and contracts, primarily from other federal agencies, but 
also from state governments, which are considered trust funds. 

Smithsonian trust funds, depending on their source, purpose, and 
applicable restrictions, are used for operations, construction, and en- 
dowment. These nonappropriated trust funds are used to cover the 
expenses of income-ptoducing auxiliary activities, supplement federal 
appropriations for programs, and cover an appropriate proportionate 
share of the Institution's administrative expenses. The use of Smith- 
sonian trust funds is furthet classified as restricted ot unrestricted. Re- 



stricted funds are those on which the donor or funding agent places 
limitations Seventy percent of the trust net operating funds are re- 
stricted. Approximately 54 percent of the endowment is testricted as 
well. 

The following sections describe the Institution's general financial 
situation and its planned responses to changing conditions; specific fi- 
nancial outcomes for fiscal 1992; measures, both organizational and 
financial, to assure the future fiscal health of the Institution; and rela- 
tionships with other affiliated organizations. 



Financial Situation and Prospects 

During fiscal 1992, an analysis of federal appropriations to the Insti- 
tution for the past several years was conducted. That analysis revealed 
that a major portion of each annual increment had gone not to sup- 
port general operating expenses, but to support specific and/or ear- 
marked purposes, such as the new National Museum of the American 
Indian, major scientific instrumentation for the Smithsonian Astro- 
physical Observatory, new global change research programs, subsi- 
dized participation fees for traveling exhibitions, and special 
commemorative events such as the Columbus Quincentenary. Despite 
the apparent increases in appropriation support, many factors, in- 
cluding the need to apply increases to specific activities, had the effect 
of eroding the purchasing power of the Institution's operating bud- 
get. Other such factors include shortfalls in appropriations relative to 
additional new costs, including mandated pay adjustments, employee 
benefits, new regulatory requirements, and inflation. 

Although the Institution's federal appropriation for operating ex- 
penses was $97. 3 million greater than in fiscal 1987, the fiscal 1992 
funding level (in 1987 dollars) represented a decrease of $22.4 million 
actually available for the core programs that were in place in fiscal 
1987. This loss of purchasing power resulted in the inability to fill 
many positions that perform essential functions, such as collections 
care and facilities maintenance and repair; the deferral of the replace- 
ment of scientific equipment; the postponement of the purchase of 
library books and serials; and the reduction of other basic program 
support. 

At the same time, the weakened national economy, along with a 
decrease in the number of visitors, has led to decreased revenues from 
the Smithsonian's various income producing activities. Unrestricted 
trust fund income from these activities dropped to prc-fiscal 1987 
levels. In response, the Institution reduced its budget allocations to 
fellowships, collections acquisition, scholarly studies, educational out- 
teach, and special exhibitions to 28 percent below the fiscal 1987 level 
of $6.4 million. 

Prospects for catch-up funding from both appropriated and nonap- 
propriated sources are dim. Therefore, in planning for fiscal 1993, the 
Institution conducted a comprehensive examination of each of its pro- 
grams and activities, considering centrality to the Smithsonian's mis- 
sion, qualify, and cost-effectiveness. As a result of that examination. 
it has begun a multi-year restructuring program to restore and main- 
tain financial equilibrium. 



Fiscal 1992 Results 



R & R Appropriations 















$35 


Fiscal 1992 Sources of Operating 
(Source: Tables 1 and 2) 


Puna's 






$30 
$25 


Source or funds 




Gross 
Sources 
(SOOOs) 


Net 
Sources 
(SOOOs) 


Net 
Sources 

(Vo) 


in 

c 
o 

2 


$20 

$15 


Federal Appropriation 




283.076 


283.076 


71 


$10 


Government Grants and Contracts 




•42.689 


42.689 


11 




$5 


Other Trust Resources 




248.917 


75.551 


18 






Total Available for Operations 




574.682 


401,316 


100 




$0 



The fiscal 1992 federal appropriation of $281.2 million, plus an addi- 
tional $1.9 million for the Special Foreign Currency. U.S. India, and 
the Canal Zone funds, provided the funding nucleus for ongoing pro- 
grams of the Institution and limited support for the new National 
Museum of the American Indian and for other areas of cultural plu- 
ralism, environmental, and education initiatives. Modest increments 
of funding were directed to the reinstallation of outdated exhibitions, 
the upgrading and replacement of essential information systems, and 
strengthening internal controls. 

The Smithsonian concluded fiscal 1992 with a shortfall of $3813 
million in unrestricted general trust funds. The shortfall derived from 
continued increases in expenditures while revenues from auxiliary ac- 
tivities remained essentially flat in comparison to fiscal 1991 . Al- 
though management had already initiated reductions in baseline 
expenditures, it became evident that additional cuts were required in 
fiscal 1993 to bring costs within further reduced levels of unrestricted 
trust income. 

In fiscal 1992, government agencies sponsored research projects to- 
talling $42.7 million at the Smithsonian, an increase of $5.9 million, 
or 16 percent over fiscal 1991. Of this increase, $4.4 million repre- 
sents funding from the National Aeronautics and Space Administra- 
tion (NASA) to support research at the Smithsonian Astrophysicai 
Observatory. 

Other nonappropriated income from gifts, non-government grants, 
endowments, current investments, and revenue-producing activities 
totaling $75.55 million augmented funds from federal sources. The 
Smithsonian is especially grateful to its many friends in the private 
sector whose generosity contributed vitally to its work. Donors are 
listed in the Benefactors section of this annual report. 

Construction and Plant Funds (Table 8) 

In fiscal 1992, the Smithsonian received $23. 599 million in direct ap- 
propriations for replacement of major building systems at the Na- 
tional Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of 
American History, as well as for repair, restoration, and code compli- 
ance projects throughout the Institution. 

Appropnations for major construction included $9,874 million for 
reconfiguration of the National Museum of Natural History's East 
Court; $2.37 million for the planned National Museum of the Ameri- 
can Indian; and $1,678 million for the initial design for the General 
Post Office Building. The National Zoological Park received $7,899 
million for repairs and other projects in its master plan, including the 
Hall of Humankind and Amazonia. Appropriations foi other con- 












\ 



..I. ..ml 




- 



70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 
Fiscal Year 



90 92 



R&R □ Zoo R&R 



Total Endowment Funds 




70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 
Fiscal Year 



□ Market Value 



Total Operating Funds 




70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 
Fiscal Year 



Federal □ Unrestricted ■ Restricted □ Grants 



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strucuon activities included $5,234 million fot minor construction 
and planning for future capital projects 

Endowment (Tables 5, 6. and 7) 

The Institution has a large number of endowment and quasi-endow- 
ment funds. For investment purposes, these funds are pooled into a 
consolidated portfolio, and the investment policy is focused on the 
total return (i.e., dividends, interest, and realized and unrealized 
capital gains) on the portfolio. Each year, the market value of the 
portfolio increases by new gifts, net transfers, and the total return on 
the portfolio. It is reduced by the annual payout for current expendi- 
tures, fees, and expenses. Each fund within the consolidated endow- 
ment purchases shares similar to an investor in a mutual fund. The 
value of each share increases as the market value of the consolidated 
portfolio (net of new gifts and transfers) increases and. annually, it re- 
ceives the applicable payout per share for current expenditures. 

The Investment Policy Committee of the Smithsonian's Board of 
Regents oversees the development of the investment policy and the 
annual payout for the consolidated endowment. The overall objective 
of the endowment is to maintain its real purchasing power (net of 
new gifts and transfers). Current policy calls for an average payout of 
4.5 percent of the average market value over the prior 5 years. To 
achieve the endowment objectives, the investment policy targets a 
real return of 5 percent. 

During fiscal 1992, the market value of the consolidated endow- 
ment increased to $34 3.6 million, a $29.8 million gam. Following 
past practice to increase the endowment for the future. $3.1 million 
in revenue generated from auxiliary enterprises was transferred to the 
unrestricted endowment. The total rerurn was 10.3 percent, the pay- 
out was 4.2 percent of the five-year average market value, and fees 
were 0.4 percent of average market value of the portfolio. With infla- 
tion running at an annual rate of 2.4 percent, the real purchasing 
power of the endowment increased by 3.8 percent. At fiscal year-end, 
the portfolio of the Institution reflected 36 percent in bonds. 7 per- 
cent in cash and cash equivalents, and 57 percent in equities. 



• an external review, arranged by the Private Sector Council, of the 
management and organization of Smithsonian finance and admin- 
istration by executives from the Eastman Kodak Company, the 
Gillette Company, the Lockheed Corporation, and the American 
Express Company; 

• the development of a new accounts payable /purchase order sys- 
tem — to be completed by the end of fiscal 1993; 

• the development of a more highly coordinated fund-raising pro- 
gram plan; 

■ collateralization of Smithsonian funds on deposit with major banks 
through the Federal Reserve Bank; 

• the establishment of a Smithsonian-wide disaster preparedness 
plan, the acquisition of a fully equipped disaster response trailer, 
and completion or initiation of disaster preparedness plans at 22 
separate Smithsonian facilities; 

• initiation of a study to examine the planning and construction of 
exhibitions and recommend opportunities for cost savings — to be 
completed in fiscal 1993. 

The Institution's financial statements are audited annually by an in- 
dependent public accounting firm. Along with the audit report, 
management also receives a report from the auditors with suggested 
operational improvements, which management acts upon as appro- 
priate Coopers & Lybrand's unqualified report for fiscal 1992 is re- 
printed on the following pages. The Smithsonian's internal audit 
staff, part of the Office of the Inspector General, assists the outside 
auditors and regularly audits the Institution's various programs, activ- 
ities, and internal control systems. The Defense Contract Audit 
Agency audits grants and contracts received from federal agencies, in- 
cluding the allowability and allocabilitv of indirect cost charges. 

The Audit and Review Commirree of the Board of Regents met 
three times during the fiscal year pursuant to its fiduciary responsi- 
bilities and the bylaws of the Board of Regents. The committee re- 
viewed the results of the 1991 audit of financial statements and the 
1992 audit plan, received reports from the inspector general, and con- 
ducted inquiries on a variety of topics directed at safeguarding the 
Institution's various assets. 



Financial Management 

In 1990. to assure effective financial management, the Smithsonian 
established the position of assistant secretary for finance and adminis- 
tration and later designated that position as chief financial officer of 
the Institution. The chief financial officer has responsibilities for safe- 
guarding all of the Institution's assets and oversees all financial offices 
to assure integrated financial planning and proper coordination of all 
financial management functions. 

Although not required to comply with the Federal Chief Financial 
Officers Act of 1990, the Smithsonian has elected to comply volun- 
tarily with the spirit and intent of its objectives for sound financial 
management and internal controls. The Smithsonian is, in fact, well 
ahead of most federal agencies in implementing the principal require- 
ments of the act. In addition, the Institution's finance offices are tak- 
ing part in an effort to continuously improve the quality of their 
products and services and the cost -effectiveness of their business pro- 
cesses through total quality management (TQM). A program to train 
all financial staff is under way and implementation of the program is 
proceeding. 

Specific financial management improvement initiatives undertaken 
or completed in fiscal 1992 include 



Related Organizations 

The National Gallery of An, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Per- 
forming Arts, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for 
Scholars were established by Congress within the Institution. Each or- 
ganization is administered by its own board of trustees and reports in- 
dependently on its financial status. The Smithsonian provides the 
Wilson Center with certain fiscal, administrative, and support ser- 
vices, as well as office space, on a reimbursement basis. 

Administrative services are provided by the Institution on a con- 
tract basis for Reading is Fundamental. Inc. The Friends of the Na- 
tional Zoo (FONZ), an independent nonprofit organization, operates 
under a concessions contract; proceeds accrue to the Zoo. 



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Tabic 1. Financial Summary (in $000s) 



FY 1991 FY 1992 



INSTITUTIONAL OPERATING FUNDS 

FUNDS PROVIDED: 

Federal Appropriations — (Salaries & Expenses) & Other 

Government Grants Sc Contracts 

Nonappropriated Trust Funds: 

For Restricted Purposes 

For Unrestricted & Special Purposes: 

Auxiliary & Bureau Activities Revenues — Gross 

Less Related Expenses 

Auxiliary & Bureau Activities Revenues — Net 

investment. Gift & Other Income 

Total Net Unrestricted & Special Purpose Revenue 

Total Nonappropriated Trust Funds — Gross 

—Net 

Total Operating Funds Provided — Gross 

—Net 

FUNDS APPLIED: 

Science 

Less SAO Overhead Recovery 

Arts and Humanities 

Education and Public Service 

International Activities 

External Affairs 

Institutional initiatives 

Associates & Business Management 

Administration — Federal (see Note 1 ) 

Nonappropriated Trust Funds 

Less Smithsonian Overhead Recovery 

facilities: Services 

Total Operating Funds Applied 

Transfers (Nonappropriated Trust Funds) 

Unrestricted Funds — To Plant 

— To Endowment 

Restricted Funds — To Plant 

— To Endowment 

Total Operating Funds Applied & Transferred Out 

CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES: 

Nonappropriated Trust — Restricted Purpose 

Unrestricted — General Purpose 

— Special Purpose 

Appropriated (see Note 2) 

Total 

YEAR-END BALANCES— NONAPPROPRIATED TRUST FUNDS: 

Restricted Purpose 

Unrestricted — General Purpose 

— Special Purpose 

Tool 

OTHER FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS (see Note 3) 

Canal Zone Biological Area Fund 

Construction 

Total Federal Appropriation (Including S Sc E above) 



t 273.709 


t 283.076 


36.801 


42.689 


22.822 


39.780 


196.107 


196.625 


(173.322) 


(173.366) 


22,78) 


23.259 


14.330 


12.512 


37.115 


35.771 


233.259 


248.917 


59.937 


75,551 


543.769 


574.682 


370.447 


401.316 


143.568 


156,520 


(4.459) 


(5.009) 


89.568 


107.130 


4.352 


4.777 


1.969 


2,577 


5.541 


5.491 


3,229 


4,655 


399 


356 


37.546 


26.575 


17.047 


15.334 


(10.107) 


(10.591) 


73.634 


77.484 


362.287 


385.299 


(1.753) 


(232) 


3.108 


3.633 


— 


975 


5.732 


3.941 


369.374 


393.616 


(3.939) 


7.096 


3 


(3.813) 


(4.198) 


(3.558) 


9.207 


7.975 


$ 1.073 


$ 7.700 


t 21.036 


$ 28.132 


13.772 


9.959 


31.115 


27.557 


t 65.923 


t 65.648 


$ 159 


$ 154 


53.233 


50,653 


$ 327.101 


$ 333.883 



Note 1 : The funds applied for FY 1991 were regrouped to be consistent with organizational changes that occurred in FY 1992. 

Note 2: The fund balance for federal funds r e p r e sen ts no-year unobligated funds for instrumentation, collections acquisition, repatriation, and exhibitions. 

Also, included in this amount are unobligated funds from FY 1992. FY 1991. FY 1990. and FY 1989 annual appropriation accounts. 
Note 3: Excludes 1837 thousand received in FY 1991 and t 1,325 thousand received in FY 1992 from the Department of State for research projects in India. 

These amounts reflect a $414 thousand and $48 thousand exchange rate fluctuation for FY 1991 and FY 1992. respectively. 



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■ Table 2. Source and Application of Operating Funds for the Year Ended September 30. 1992 
(Excludes Canal Zone Biological Area Fund, Plant Funds, and Endowments) (in $000s) 

Nonappropriated Trust Funds 





Non- 


Federal 


appropriated 


Funds 


Funds 



General 



Unrestricted 



Auxiliary 
Activities 



Special 
Purpose 



Restricted 



Government 
Grants and 
General Contracts 



FUND BALANCES— Beginning of Year $ 7.300 $65,923 $13,772 

FUNDS PROVIDED: 

Federal Appropriations 283,076 — — 

Investment Income 

Government Grants and Contracts 

Gifts 

Sales and Membership Revenue 

Other 

Total Provided 

Total Available 

FUNDS APPLIED: 
Sciences: 

Assistant Secretary 

Office of the Registrar 

Fellowships and Grants 

Office of Interdisciplinary Studies 

Astrophysical Observatory 

Less Overhead Recovery 

Tropical Research Institute 

Environmental Research Center 

National Zoological Park 

Smithsonian Archives 

Smithsonian Libraries 

International Environmental Science Program 

Major Scientific Instrumentation 

National Museum of Natural History 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 

Museum Support Center 

Total Sciences 92,684 59.429 3,296 

Arts and Humanttus: 

Assistant Secretary 

Office of Museum Programs 

Joseph Henry Papers 

American Srudies 

National Air & Space Museum 

National Museum of Amencan History 

National Museum of the Amencan Indian 

National Museum of Amencan An 

National Portrait Gallery 

AA/PG Building Manager 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 

Freer Gallery of An 

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery 

Archives of Amencan An 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

National Museum of African An 

Anacosua Neighborhood Museum 

Office of Exhibits Central 

Traveling Exhibition Service 

Total Arts and Humanities 74.833 35.880 3.371 



$31,115 $21,036 



14.170 


7,616 


— 


562 


5.992 


42.689 


— 


— 


— 


— 


40.110 


189 


8,034 


960 


30,927 


188.591 


— 


180,312 


8.279 


— 


6.046 


343 


— 


2.842 


2.861 



843 


1.148 


516 


210 


15 


13 


397 


2.296 


125 


114 


89 


71 


12.996 


45,466 


5.839 


— 


(5,009) 


(5.009) 


6.785 


2,387 


202 


2.414 


1.422 


90 


16,617 


3.826 


172 


707 


248 


221 


5.997 


770 


638 


901 


— 


— 


2.277 


— 


— 


32.614 


6.676 


418 


2.722 


95 


— 


7.090 


— 


— 



112 


177 


2 


— 


1.901 


270 


(26) 


44 


1.981 


567 


860 


675 


285 


207 


1.731 


912 


24 


3 


130 


2 


1.836 


3.341 


77 


18 



8.913 



1,366 


1,050 


506 


555 


71 


S3 


269 


8 


— 


106 


19 


— 


11.500 


7.334 


25 5 


18.268 


5.545 


175 


8.193 


275 


172 


6.694 


2.948 


188 


4.038 


599 


M 


1.219 


7 


— 


3.980 


6.523 


216 


3.262 


3.057 


9 


2.741 


1,845 


81 


1.236 


970 


94 


2.211 


2.822 


1.048 


3.723 


230 


32 


1.087 


193 


166 


2.093 


66 


— 


2.292 


2.318 


344 



6.216 



42,689 



283,076 


291.606 


8.148 


188.346 


12,643 


39.780 


42,689 


290.376 


357.529 


21.920 


188.346 


43.758 


60.816 


42.689 



343 



37,079 

650 

840 

1.011 



1.081 



41,004 



216 


328 


— 


14 


4 


— 


1 


7 


— 


19 


— 


— 


4.432 


2.147 


502 


1.609 


3.181 


580 


102 


1 


— 


1.129 


1,631 


— 


332 

7 
642 


231 


2 


5,665 





370 


2,678 


— 


399 


1,365 


— 


— 


876 


— 


1.328 


411 


35 


58 


140 


— 


26 


1 


— 


66 


— 


— 


1.076 


852 


46 



11.826 



19.518 



1.165 



220 



2.362 


2.528 


1,519 


- 474 


262 


273 


909 


1.668 


658 


126 


725 


159 



■ Table 2. Source and Application of Operating Funds for the Year Ended September 30, 1992 
(Excludes Canal Zone Biological Area Fund, Plant Funds, and Endowments) (in $000s) (continued) 

Nonappropriated Trust Funds 

j otl l Unrestricted Restricted 

Non- Government 

Federal appropriated Auxiliary Special Grants and 

Funds Funds General Activities Purpose General Contracts 

Education and Public Service: 

Assistant Secretary 384 389 298 — 70 21 — 

Center for Folklife Programs and 

Cultural Studies 1.318 1.596 761 — 365 207 263 

Office of Elementary and Secondary Education ... 418 353 270 — 39 34 10 

National Science Resources Center 242 190 190 

Total Education and Public Service 

International Center/ Activities 

External Affairs: 

.Assistant Secretary $ 169 $ 936 $ 615 $ — $ — $ 284 $ 37 

Office of Telecommunications 322 970 586 — 97 256 31 

Visitor Information and Associates' Reception .... 182 1,073 1.051 — 23 (1) — 

Office of Special Events and Conference Svs 72 182 182 — — — — 

Smithsonian Press 1.530 19.701 — 19.510 141 48 2 

Total External Affairs 2,275 22,862 2,434 19.510 261 587 70 

Institutional Initiatives 55 4,952 4.440 — 379 133 — 

Associates — 96.489 240 96.133 56 42 18 

Business Management /Activities — 51,724 — 51,724 — — — 

Admininistrauon 26.575 16.223 13.052 — 2,984 187 — 

Less Overhead Recovery — (10,591) (10,591) — — — — 

Facilities Services 75,408 2.400 1.551 — 846 3 — 

Transfers Out /(In): 

Programs (see Note 1) — — 4,487 — (4,487) — — 

Net Auxiliary Activities — — (19,110) 19,110 — — — 

Other Designated Purposes — — 3.521 1,869 (5.485) 95 — 

Plant _743 _ _ (232) 975 — 

Endowment — 7,574 3,093 — 540 3.941 — 

Total Transfers — 8.317 (8.009) 20.979 (9.664) 5.011 — 

Total Funds Applied 275.101 291.881 11,961 188.346 16.201 32.684 42,689 

FUND BALANCES— End of Year (see Note 2) ... $ 15.275 $65,648 $ 9,959 — $27,557 $28,132 — 

Note 1: Includes Collections Acquisition. Scholarly Studies. Educational Outreach, and Special Exhibitions Programs. 

Note 2: The fund balance for federal funds represent no-year funding for instrumentation . collections acquisition, repatriation and exhibitions. 



■ Table 3. Government Grants and Contracts — Expenditures (in $000s). Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992 

Government Agencies FY 1991 FY 1992 

Department of Defense $ 883 $ 779 

Department of Energy 425 499 

Department of Health and Human Services 613 591 

Department of Interior 1 ,242 807 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (see Note 1) 31,616 35.999 

National Science Foundation (see Note 2) 852 1,627 

Other 1,170 2,387 

Total $36,801 $42.689 

Note 1: Includes $849 thousand (FY 1991) and $895 thousand (in FY 1992) in subcontracts from organizations receiving prime contracts from the National 

Aeronautics and Space Administration. 
Note 2: Includes $314 thousand (FY 1992) in National Science Foundation subcontracts from Chesapeake Research Consortium. 

221 



■ Table 4. Auxiliary Activities, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992 (in $000s) 

Sales and 

Membership Less Cost Gross 

Revenue Gifts of Sales Revenue Expenses 

FY 1991 $178,073 $7,752 $94,511 $91,314 $70,309 

FY 1992: 

Associates Programs $101,298 $8,034 $64,750 $44,582 $31,383 

Business Management: (see Note 1) 

—Museum Shops/ Mail Order 54.128 24,384 29,744 23,510 

—Concessions 3,788 — — 3.788 2,923 

—Other 1.436 — 1.436 907 

Smithsonian Press 19.502 — 4,992 14.510 14.518 

Media Activities (see Note 1 ) 160 — — 160 — 

Total FY 1992 $180.312 $8,034 $94.126 $94.220 $73,241 

Note 1: Before revenue-sharing transfers to participating Smithsonian bureaus of $1,102 thousand (FY 1991) and $1,869 thousand (FY 1992). 



Net 

Revenue 

(Loss) 



$21,005 

$13,199 

6,234 

865 

529 

(8) 

160 



$20,979 



Table 5. Endowment and Similar Funds September 30, 1992 (in $000s) 



Book 
Value 



Market 
Value 



ASSETS: 

Poole J Consolidated Endowment Funds: 

Cash and equivalents 

Mutual Funds 

Interfund Receivable 

US. Govemmcnr and Government Obligations 

Bonds 

Convertible Preferred 

Stocks 

Receivable for Securities Sold 

Total Pooled Funds 

Nonpoo/ed Endowment Funds: 

Loan to U.S. Treasury in Perperuiry 

Receivables 

Investments in Charitable Trusts 

Total Nonpooled Funds 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES: 

LIABILITIES: 

Payables for Securities Purchased 

Deferred Revenue — Charitable Trusts 

Total Liabilities 

FUND BALANCE: 

Unrestricted Purpose: True Endowment 

Quasi Endowment 

Total Unrestricted Purpose 

Restricted Purpose: True Endowment 

Quasi Endowment 

Total Restricted Purpose 

Total Fund Balances 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 



$ 24.890 


t 24.890 


23.928 


26,916 


2.545 


2.545 


70,586 


73.360 


53.310 


56.463 


1.861 


2,482 


122.504 


164,472 


7.541 


7,541 


307.165 


358,669 


1,036 


1.072 


20 


20 


595 


834 


1.651 


1.926 


$308,815 


$360,595 



$ 16,147 
595 


$ 16.148 
834 


16,742 


16,982 


7,793 
127.526 


9,849 
146,546 


135.319 


156,395 


100.408 
56,347 


121.584 
65.634 


156.755 


187.218 


292.074 


343.613 


$308,816 


$360,595 



222 



Table 5A. Market Values of Endowment and Similar Funds (in $000s) 



Fund 


9/30/88 


9/30/89 


9/50/90 


9/50/91 


9/50/92 




$101,432 


$127,394 
53.751 
98.540 


$117,125 
47,965 
89,450 


$145,205 

57.775 

112.796 


$156,595 


Freer 


44.228 

75.169 


61.525 
125,695 








Total 


$220,829 


$279,665 


$254,516 


$515,776 


$545,615 















Table 6. Changes in Pooled Consolidated Endowment — Fund Balances at Market (in $000s) 



Unrestricted 



Freer 



Restricted 



Total 



Market Value— 10/1/91 

Changes: 

Gifts 

Transfers of Excess Yield (Net of below) 

Interest and Dividends (see Note 1) . 

Income Paid Out 

Transfers of Other Income 

Market Value Appreciation 

Market Value— 9/50/92 (see Note 2) . . . 



$142,193 


$57,775 


$112,665 


$312,651 


94 


— 


1.244 


1.358 


4.680 

(4,771) 
5.775 
9,454 


1.878 
(1.908) 

5.778 


5.796 
(3.845) 
4.056 
7,659 


10.354 

(10.524 

7,831 

20.891 



$155,425 



$61,523 



$125,573 



$342,521 



Note 1: Income earned, less managers' fees of $1,140 thousand. 

Note 2: Nonpooled Endowment Funds have a market value of $1,093 thousand for a total endowment market value of $343,613 thousand. 



■ 


Table 7. 


Endowment Funds September 30, 1992 


















Principal 




Income 




Book 

Value 


Market 
Value 


Net 
Income 


Unexpended 
Balance 



UNRESTRICTED PURPOSE— TRUE: 

Avery Fund (see Note 1 ) 

Higbee, Harry, Memorial 

Hodgkins Fund (see Note 1 ) 

Morgan. Gilbert B. and BetryJ., Memorial Fund 

Morrow, Dwight W. 

Mussican. Alfred 

Olmsted. Helen A 

Poore. Lucy T and George W (see Note 1) 

Porter. Henry Kirke. Memorial 

Sanford. George H. (see Note 1) 

Smithson, James (see Note 1) 

Smithson Society. James 

Wilcon. Charles D. and Mary Vaux. Research (Designated) 

Subtotal 

UNRESTRICTED PURPOSE— QUASI: 

Ettl. Charles H.. Fund 

Ferguson, Frances B., Endowment 

Forrest. Robert Lee 

General Endowment (see Note 1 ) 

Goddard. Robert H 

Habel. Dr. S. (see Note 1) 

Han, Gustavus E 

Henry, Caroline 

Henry, Joseph and Harriet A 

Heys, Maude C 

Hinton. Carrie Susan 

Kotceo. Dorothy B 

Lambert. Paula C 

Medinus. Grace L 



257.525 


t 332.332 


$ 11.034 


92.454 


116.451 


3.612 


376,458 


428.988 


19.335 


40.972 


45.989 


1.426 


462.588 


607,599 


18.843 


140,877 


177.688 


5,511 


4,790 


6.202 


192 


1.023.570 


1.337,858 


42,876 


1.709,508 


2,243.643 


69.580 


6,997 


8.725 


328 


829.925 


865,158 


54,980 


176.824 


181.638 


4.659 


2.670.273 


3,496,777 


108.442 



7,792,761 



9.849.048 



340.818 



1.184.373 


1,342.099 


41.621 


605.675 


665.916 


20.651 


6.015.246 


6.761.421 


209.685 


102.271.760 


117,626.928 


3.612.168 


47.617 


53.546 


1.661 


766 


799 


51 


3,247 


4,007 


124 


8,027 


9.883 


306 


322,084 


395.284 


12,259 


580.316 


657.922 


20.404 


161.192 


192.464 


5.969 


215.277 


229,582 


7,120 


292.516 


353.099 


10,950 


5.757 


6,549 


203 



138.389 



138.389 



123 



Table 7. Endowment Funds September 30, 1992 (continued) 



Principal 



Income 



Book 


Market 


Net 


Unexpended 


Value 


Value 


Income 


Balance 


194.094 


224,821 


6.972 





811.124 


905.817 


29.540 


— 


4.023 


4,775 


178 


— 


267,419 


307.309 


9.530 


— 


1.916,023 


1.756,077 


46.526 


— 


481.757 


824,227 


25.614 


— 


2,874 


3.744 


116 


— 


149,633 


141.478 


2,477 


— 


755.438 


929.131 


28,814 


54.536 


6,320 


7.765 


241 


6.136 


3,303.872 


3.882,543 


119,638 


— 


2,787.143 


3,217.989 


99.796 


194.664 


45,567 


51.810 


1.607 


10.522 


30.738 


35.196 


1,092 


3.729 


197.032 


231.237 


7,171 


216 


91.960 


89.382 


462 


462 


24,267 


28,137 


998 


145 


1.836.711 


2,255,041 


69.933 


57.608 


1.438.764 


1.806.748 


60,404 


17.662 


1,282.162 


1.357.412 


42,096 


170.300 


184,775 


186.345 


5,779 


1.167 


127,525.549 


146.546.483 


4,502.156 


517.147 


$135,318,310 


$156,395,531 


$ 4.842.974 


$ 655.536 


$ 356.553 


$ 426.427 


$ 11.951 


$ 24.589 


230.557 


304.327 


9.438 


19.035 


207.592 


272.037 


8.436 


18.771 


165,254 


218.083 


6.763 


67.880 


191.993 


225,583 


6.996 


72.992 


247.934 


304.751 


9.451 


112.993 


20.237 


22.523 


698 


4.293 


182.894 


226.108 


7.012 


16,260 


1.879.703 


2.046.703 


63,472 


115,061 


244.487 


335.300 


10.398 


284 


79.446 


97.703 


3.030 


12.908 


162.257 


214,129 


6,641 


28.899 


228.134 


253.110 


7.714 


— 


17.047 


20.057 


622 


2.441 


1.069.970 


1.266.451 


39.112 


235.540 


325.351 


363.651 


11.278 


73,415 


305.398 


370.257 


11.482 


79.229 


69.481 


74,703 


2,317 


5.988 


62.613 


82.620 


2.562 


14.416 


32.596 


35.046 


1.087 


2.809 


1.018,396 


1.120,726 


34.756 


110.686 


50.093.594 


61.523.394 


1.907.965 


2.393,512 


3.253 


3.486 


108 


272 


171.277 


192,757 


5.978 


51.082 


174.510 


194.035 


6.017 


29.359 


680.292 


787.201 


24.413 


60.931 


6.276 


7.286 


356 


4.384 


187.793 


200.142 


6.207 


8,834 


41.664 


49.493 


1.535 


1.420 


246.170 


292.135 


9.060 


11,524 


41.661 


51,236 


1.589 


17.801 


9.197 


12.191 


378 


1.830 


153.177 


159.678 


10.152 


32.692 


305.008 


378.875 


11,750 


7.725 


110.381 


145.718 


4.519 


19.710 


271.346 


291.742 


9.047 


23.399 


20.774.148 


25.588.490 


793.551 


— 


336.490 


385.952 


11.919 


2.795 



O'Dea. Laura I 

Phillips. Rov R. . Estate 

Rhecs. William Jones (see Note 1) 

Safford. Clara Louise 

Smithsonian Bequest Fund (see Note 1 ) 

Sultner. Donald H. , Endowment 

Taggart, Ganson 

Winterer. Alice I 

Abbott. William L. (Designated) 

Barstow. Frederic D. (Designated) 

Hirshhorn Museum Acquisition Fund (Designated) 

Lindbergh Chair of Aerospace History (Designated) 

Lindbergh. Charles A. (Designated) 

Lyon. Marcus Ward. Jr. (Designated) 

Martin Marietta Internship (Designated) 

NMNH Research (Designated) 

Smithsonian Agency Account (Designated) 

Smithsonian Press Scholarly Books Fund (Designated) 

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Endowment Fund (Designated) 

Webb. James E., Fellowship (Designated) 

Women's Committee Fellowship (Designated) 

Subtotal 

Total Unrestricted Purpose 



RESTRICTED PURPOSE— TRUE: 

Aitken. Annie Laurie. Endowment Fund 

Arthur. James 

Baud, Spencer Fullerton 

Barney, Alice Pike, Memorial 

Batchelor, Emma E 

Beauregard, Catherine. Memorial 

Bergen, Charlotte V. 

Brown, Roland W 

Burch. George. Fellowship in Theoretic Medicine and Affiliated Theoretic 

Sciences Fund 

Canfield. Frederick A 

Casey, Thomas Lincoln 

Chamberlain. Frances Lea 

Cooper Fund for Paleobiology 

Division of Mammals Curators Fund 

Drake Foundation 

Drouct. Francis and Louderback. Harold B Fund 

Dykes. Charles, Bequest 

Eaton. Harriet Phillips 

Eickemeyer. Horence Brevoort 

Eppley Memorial 

Forbes Edward Waldo 

Freer. Charles L 

Global Environmental Endowment Fund 

Grimm, Sergei N 

Groom, Barrick W. 

Guggenheim, Daniel and Horence 

Hamilton, James (see Note 1) 

Henderson, Edward P. and Rebecca R.. Meteorite Fund 

Hewitt, Eleanot G. . Repair Fund 

Hewitt. Sarah Cooper 

Hillyer, Virgil 

Hitchcock, Albert S 

Hodgkins Fund (see Note 1) 

Hidlicka. Ales and Marie 

Hughes. Bruce 

Huntington Publication Fund 

Johnson. Seward, Trust Fund for Oceanography 

Kellogg, Remington and Marguerite. Memorial 



124 



Table 7. Endowment Funds September 30. 1992 (continued) 



Principal 



Income 



Book 


Market 


Net 


Unexpended 


Value 


Value 


Income 


Balance 


23.514 


26,978 


636 


1.020 


105,401 


106.954 


3.026 


4.191 


113.100 


149,301 


4.630 


62.974 


714.319 


832,714 


25.810 


46.595 


577,170 


613.533 


18.502 


34.264 


883 


1,455 


45 


307 


562.061 


671,928 


20.838 


315 


76,545 


91.726 


2.845 


34 


993,171 


1,067,826 


33.115 


85.647 


35.959 


34,789 


446 


446 


244.492 


250,220 


7.653 


24.842 


130.682 


169,071 


5.243 


13.684 


42.856 


56,631 


1,756 


15.053 


129.535 


156,123 


5.414 


24,024 


216.329 


246,503 


7.492 


— 


693.169 


913,311 


28.324 


143 


1.480.503 


1.825.521 


56.143 


49.839 


20.301 


21.827 


677 


1.749 


178.388 


199.191 


6.177 


25.132 


9.275.416 


10,913.924 


335.651 


190.836 


103.564 


136.286 


4.226 


31.163 


1.105.952 


1,301,449 


40,360 


264.722 


30,368 


37.234 


1,155 


5.709 


437,250 


473,082 


14,671 


773 


1.016.089 


1.002.014 


12,902 


12.902 


978.597 


1,189,379 


36,481 


38.279 


337,801 


460,970 


14.296 


20.263 


32.367 


37,044 


1.149 


5.427 


42.746 


45,959 


1.425 


3.684 


5.442 


7,166 


222 


8.246 



Kramar. Nada 

Mandil. Harry and Beverly 

Maxwell. Mary E 

Mellon Foundation Challenge Grant /Endowment . . 

Mellon Publications Endowment Fund 

MUUken. H. Oochout. Memorial 

Mineral Endowment 

Mitchell. William A 

Museum of the American Indian — Heye Foundation 

NMAI Educational Endowment Fund 

Nelms, Henning, Endowment Fund 

Nelson. Edward William 

Petroceili. Joseph. Memorial 

Reid. Addison T. (see Note 1) 

Ripley, S. Dillon and Mary Livingston 

Roebling Fund 

Rollins. Miriam and William 

Schmm. John J 

Sims. George W 

Spraguc Fund 

Springer. Frank 

Stem. Harold P. , Memorial 

Stevenson. John A.. Mycological Library 

Stuart. Mary Horner 

Tupper, Earl S 

Wakoti. Charles D. and Mary Vaux. Research 

WaJcott Research Fund. Botanical Publications 

Williston. Samuel Wendell. Diptera Research 

Williams, Blair * Elsie 

Zerbee. Frances BnnckJe 

Subtotal 

RESTRICTED PURPOSE— QUASI: 

Abbott. Mane Bohrn 

Armstrong. Edwin James 

Au Panier Fleuri 

Bacon. Virginia Purdy 

Bateman. Robert 

Becker. George F. 

Cooper Hewitt Acquisition Endowment Fund 

Denghausen. Iiiisita L. and Franz H. , Fund 

Desautds. Paul E 

Friends of Music Endowment Fund 

Gaver, Gordon 

Hachcnberg, George P. and Caroline 

Hammond. John, Performance Series Fund 

Hanson, Martin Gustav and Caroline R 

Hizshhorn Collections Endowment Fund 

Hirshhorn, Joseph H., Bequest Fund 

The Holenia Trust Fund 

Hunterdon Endowment 

Johnson, E. R. Fenimore 

Loeb, Morris 

Long, Annette E. and Edith C 

Myer, Catherine WaJden 

Noyes, Frank B 

Noyes. Pauline Riggs 

Pell, Cornelia Livingston 

Ramsey, Adm. and Ma. Dewitt Clinton (see Note 1) 

Razhbun. Richard. Memorial 

Roebling Solar Research 

Ruef. Bertha M 

Schultz. Leonard P. 



100.408.100 



121.584,215 



3.751.070 



4.658.022 



189,158 


183.855 


950 


950 


24.183 


27.955 


853 


— 


111.973 


126.107 


3.911 


3.417 


534.393 


632.940 


19.629 


92.716 


105,586 


106.483 


3.302 


3.302 


922.605 


1.095.501 


33.974 


17.048 


608.075 


617.050 


18.885 


1 


9.826,147 


10.680.004 


303.568 


394.224 


42.794 


56.734 


1.851 


1.082 


88.866 


94,989 


2,798 


— 


11.315 


13.013 


393 


1.542 


26.593 


33.300 


1.033 


9.517 


343.049 


352,418 


10.929 


17.906 


56,325 


69.258 


2.148 


12.924 


7,254.733 


8.343.557 


313.234 


390,006 


1.872.064 


2,225,269 


78.429 


— 


6.870.013 


7.727.118 


198.664 


— 


18.992.998 


23.094.784 


716.216 


225.134 


44.679 


51,279 


1.590 


10.623 


556.950 


686,877 


21.301 


20.879 


3.191 


4.242 


132 


960 


128.021 


157.423 


4.882 


46.076 


6.358 


7,935 


246 


5.476 


52,745 


59.424 


1.843 


4.933 


47,186 


58.115 


1.802 


11.701 


1.101.818 


1.363.534 


42.841 


(2.966) 


67,634 


83.269 


2.582 


27.476 


149,034 


179.031 


5.552 


21.050 


174.163 


199.833 


6.197 


1.775 


127.329 


146.449 


4.542 


23.329 



"S 



■ 


Table 7. 


Endowment Funds September 30, 1992 (continued) 


















Principal 




Income 






Book 
Value 


Market 
Value 


Net 
Income 


Unexpended 
Balance 



Seidell, Atherton 

Smithsonian Agency Account 

Strong, Julia D 

Witherspoon, Thomas A., Memorial 

Subtotal 

Total Restricted Purpose 

TOTAL ENDOWMENT FUNDS . . 



56,347,302 



65.633.770 



156.755.402 



187.217.985 



3.653.133 


4.328.126 


134,224 


501.546 


1.473.830 


1,745,649 


54,791 


6.888 


63.560 


78,247 


2.427 


18,839 


816.801 


1.004.002 


31.136 


194.361 



2.026.855 



5.777,925 



$292,073,712 



$343,613,516 



$10,620,899 



2,062,715 



6.720,737 



$7,376,273 



Note 1: Invested all or in part in US. Treasury or other nonpooled investments 



■ Table 8. Construction and Plant Funds 
Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992 (in $000s) 



FY 1991 



FY 1992 



FUNDS PROVIDED 



Federal Appropriations: 

National Zoological Park 

Restoration and Renovation of Buildings 

Construction Planning and Minor Construction 

Tropical Research Institute — Tupper Research Facilities . . 

National Museum of the American Indian 

National Museum of Natural History — East Court 

GPOB — Construction 

Total Federal Appropriations 

Nonappropriated Trust Funds: 
Income — Gift and Other 

Environmental Research Center 

Tropical Research Institute — Tuppct Research Facilities 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

Visitor Information and Reception Center 

National Museum of the American Indian 

Freer Gallery and Auditonum 

Natural Museum of Natural History Gem Hall 

Natural Museum of Narural History Insect Zoo 

Total Income 

Transfers from Other Funds: 

National Museum of the American Indian 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum 

Natural Museum of Narural History Gem Hall 

Natural Museum of Narural History Insecr Zoo 

Quadrangle and Related 

Total Transfers 

Total Funds Provided 



6.636 


7.899 


31.190 


23,599 


4.982 


5,233 


1,542 


— 


7.391 


2.370 


1.492 


9,874 


— 


1.678 


53,233 


50.653 


37 


149 


(222)« 


576 


49 


57 


(109)' 


10 


128 


2,022 


2,114 


686 


532 


352 


— 


105 


2.529 


3.957 




950 


358 


— 


(48)' 


(202)" 


— 


(6)* 


(2,063)' 


— 


(1.753) 


742 


$54,009 


$55,352 



• Funds reclassified to current operating funds. 



126 



Coopers & Lybrand 
Certified Public Accountants 



Report of Independent Accountants 
To The Board of Regents 
Smithsonian Institution 

We have audited the accompanying statement of financial condition 
of the Smithsonian Institution as of September 30, 1992, and the 
related statements of financial activity and cash flows for the year then 
ended. We previously audited and reported upon the financial state- 
ments of the Smithsonian Institution for the year ended September 
30, 1991, totals of which are included in the accompanying financial 
statements for comparative purposes only. These financial statements 
are the responsibility of the Institution's management. Our responsi- 
bility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on 
our audit. 



We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards and generally accepted government auditing stan- 
dards. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to 
obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements 
are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a 
test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the 
financial statements. An audit also includes assessing the accounting 
principles used and significant estimates made by management, as 
well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We 
believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present 
fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the Smith- 
sonian Institution as of September 30, 1992, and the results of its 
operations and its cash flows for the year then ended, in conformity 
with generally accepted accounting principles. 



Washington, D.C. 
December 23, 1992 



LoT+LtA.* foJnmJ*-— 



Smithsonian Institution Statement of Financial Condition, September 30, 
(with comparative totals for September 30, 1991) (thousands of dollars) 



1992 



Trust 
funds 



Federal 
funds 



Totals, 
all funds 



Tools. 
1991 



ASSETS: 

Fund balances with U.S. Treasury and cash $ 2.560 

Investments (Note 3) 377.233 

Receivables (Note 5) 48.650 

Advance payments (Note 6) — 

Inventories 18.181 

Prepaid, deferred expense and other 21 ,483 

Property and equipment (Note 7) 77.270 

Collections (Note 11) — 

Total assets $545,377 

LIABILITIES: 

Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 23,949 

Interfund payable 11,617 

Payable for investment securities purchased 16, 148 

Deposits held in custody for other organizations (Note 2) 5 .839 

Accrued annual leave 3.437 

Deferred revenue 50.497 

Long-term debt (Note 9) 13.113 

Total liabilities 124.600 

Undelivered orders — 

Commicmena and contingencies (Note 8) 

FUND BALANCES: 
Trust — Current (Note 15): 

Unrestricted general purpose 9.959 

Special purpose 27.557 

Restricted 28.132 

Trust — Endowment and similar funds (Note 4) 292,074 

Trust— Plant funds (Note 7) 63.055 

Federal — Operating funds (Note 10) — 

Federal— Construction funds — 

Fed e r al — Capital funds — 

Total fund balances 420,777 

Total liabilities, undelivered orders and fund b*\inm $545,377 



$158,587 

11.943 

12.635 

1.681 

311.553 



161,147 


$150,003 


377.233 


326.610 


60.593 


55.055 


12.635 


12,980 


19.862 


19,121 


21.483 


17,835 


388.823 


359.442 



$496,399 



$ 30.410 



11.483 



$1,041,776 



41.893 



166.493 



68.713 



68.713 



385.793 



806.570 



$496,399 



$1,041,776 



$941,046 



54.359 


$ 49.694 


11,617 


8.887 


16.148 


8.007 


5.839 


4.476 


14.920 


13.583 


50.497 


36,655 


13.113 


10,714 



132.016 



81.786 



— 


9.959 


13.772 


— 


27.557 


31.115 


— 


28.132 


21.036 


— 


292.074 


265.371 


— 


63.055 


60.392 


15.977 


15,977 


8.089 


56.582 


56.582 


43.629 


13.234 


313.234 


.33.840 



727.244 



$941,046 



The accompanying notes are an integral pan of these financial statements. 



217 



Smithsonian Instirunon Statement of Financial Activity for the year ended September 30, 1992 
(with comparative totals for the year ended September 30, 1991) (thousands of dollars) 

Trust funds Federal funds 

Endow- 
ment 
Totals. Current and Totals. Con- 

trust funds similar Plant federal Operating struction Capital Totals, Totals, 

funds (Note 15) funds funds funds funds funds funds allfunds 1991 

REVENUE AND OTHER ADDITIONS: 

Appropriations (Note 10) $ — $ — $ — $ — $331,836 $281,183 $50,653 $ — $331,836 $326,113 

Government grants and contracts 42.689 42.689 — — — 42,689 36.801 

Investment income 14.563 14.170 393 — — — — 14,563 15.671 

Net gam on sale of securities 17.790 — 17.790 _____ 17,790 4,007 

Gifts, bequests and other grants 45.007 40,110 1,334 3.563 — — — — 45.007 25.596 

Additions to plant (Note 7) 3.032 — — 3.032 62.597 — — 62.597 65,629 51.605 

Rentals, fees, commissions and other 

(Note 10) 6.046 6.046 — 1,473 1,473 — — 7,519 7.423 

Auxiliary activities 188.596 188.591 5 — — — — — 188,596 188.355 

Total revenue and other 

additions 317.723 291.606 19.129 6.988 395.906 282.656 50.653 62.597 713.629 655.571 

EXPENDITURES AND OTHER 

DEDUCTIONS: 

Research, educational, and collection 

acquisition (Note 11) 93.519 93.519 — 174,678 174.678 — 268,197 239,724 

Administration 23.343 23.343 — 26.575 26,575 — 49.918 59.269 

Facilities services 2.400 2,400 — 75.408 75.408 — — 77,808 73.908 

Acquisition of plant 2.439 — 2.439 37,700 — 37.700 — 40,139 47,924 

Property use and -depreciation 

(Note 7) 2.629 — 2.629 33.203 — — 33.203 35.832 31.640 

Auxiliary activities 164.302 164.302 — — — — 164,302 164.291 

Total expenditures and other 

deductions 288.632 283.564 — 5.068 347.564 276.661 37,700 33.203 636.196 616.756 

Excess of revenue and other 

additions over expenditures and 

other deductions 29.091 8.042 19.129 1.920 48.342 5.995 12.953 29,394 77.433 38,815 

TRANSFERS AMONG FUNDS— 

additions (deductions) (Note 12) .. . — (8.317) 7.574 743 — —— — — — 

Net increase (decrease) for the 

year 29,091 (275) 26.703 2.663 48,342 5.995 12.953 29.394 77,433 38,815 

Increase in unobligated balances 

(Note 10) — 1.893 1.893 — — 1.893 829 

Fund balances at beginning of year . . . 391.686 65.923 265.371 60.392 335.558 8.089 43.629 283.840 727.244 687,600 

FUND BALANCES AT END OF 

YEAR $420,777 $ 65.648 $292,074 $63.055 $385.793 $ 15,977 $56,582 $313.234 $806,570 $727.244 

The accompanying notes arc an integral pan of these financial statements. 



Smithsonian Institution Combined Statement of Cash Flows for the year ended September 30, 1992 
(with comparative totals for the year ended September 30, 1991) (thousands of dollars) 



1992 



1991 
Total 



Trust Federal Total 

CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: 

Excess of revenue and other additions over expenditures and other deductions $ 29,091 $48,342 $ 77.433 $ 38.814 

Adjustments to reconcile cash provided by operating activities: 

Depreciation 5.028 25.830 30,858 27,658 

Provision for losses on accounts receivable 4,006 — 4.006 5,276 

Gain on disposition of investments (17.790) — (17,790) (4,007) 

Increase in unobligated balances — 1 .893 1 .893 829 

2Z8 



Smithsonian Institution Combined Statement of Cash Flows for the year ended September 30, 1992 
(with comparative totals for the year ended September 30, 1991) (thousands of dollars) 

1992 



Trust 



Federal 



Total 



1991 
Total 



(Increase) decrease in receivables (1.829) 

(Increase) decrease in merchandise inventory (826) 

(Increase) decrease in prepaid, deferred expense and other (3.648) 

Decrease in advance payments — 

Increase in accounts payable and accrued expenses 3.371 

Increase in deposits held in custody 1.363 

Increase (decrease) in deferred revenue 11,146 

Increase (decrease) in undelivered orders — 

Net cash provided by operating activities 29.912 

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTTVTnES: 

Proceeds from sale of property and equipment 15 

Payments for purchase of property and equipment (5.265) 

Purchases of investment securities (509.374) 

P r o c eeds from sale of investment securities 483.312 

Net cash used for investing activities 

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES: 

Pro ceed s from issuance of long-term debt 

Payments on long-term debt 

Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities 

Net increase in cash and fund balances with U.S. Treasury 

Cash and fund balances with U.S. Treasury at beginning of year 

CASH AND FUND BALANCES WITH U.S. TREASURY AT END OF YEAR $ 2,560 



107 
85 

345 

1.188 



(13.073) 



(1.722) 

(741) 

(3.648) 

345 

4.559 

1.363 

11.146 

(13.073) 



64.717 



94,629 



(54.572) 



$158,587 



8 161.147 



(287) 

(825) 

316 

5.626 

3.910 

944 

(4.312) 

10,099 



84.041 



15 


— 


(59.837) 


(48.766) 


(509.374) 


(574.418) 


483.312 


576.474 



(31.312) 


(54.572) 


(85.884) 


(46.710) 


3.800 
(1.401) 


— 


3,800 
(1.401) 


(387) 


2.399 


— 


2,399 


(387) 


999 
1.561 


10.145 
148.442 


11.144 
150.003 


36.944 
113,059 



$ 150.003 



The accompanying notes are an integral pan of the financial statements. 



Smithsonian Institution 
Notes to Financial Statements 

1 . Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

Basis of Presentation 

These financial statements do not include the accounts of the National Gallery 
of An, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts or the Woodrow 
Wilson International Center for Scholars, which were established by Congress 
within the Smithsonian Institution (the Institution) but are administered un- 
der separate boards of trustees. 

The fit«fM-i?l statements of the Institution with respect to Federal Appro- 
priations have been prepared on the obligation basis of accounting, which is in 
accordance with accounting principles prescribed by the Comptroller General 
of the United States as set forth in the Policy and Procedures Manual for Guid- 
ance of Federal Agencies. The obligation basis of accounting differs in some 
resp ec ts from generally accepted accounting principles. Under this method of 
accounting, approximately $43,903,000 of commitments of the operating 
fund, such as purchase orders and contracts, have been recognized as expendi- 
tures, and the related obligations have been reported on the Statement of Fi- 
nancial Condition at September 30, 1992 even though the goods and services 
have not been received. Approximately % 11, 964, 000 of these commitments 
are for grants under the foreign currency program. Approximately 
$1 1. 088. 000 of these commitmenc are for internal storage facilities and 
equipment at the Museum Support Center. In addition, construction fund 
commitments for other projects amounted to approximately $24,810,000 at 
September 30, 1992. 



The trust funds reflect the receipt and expenditure of funds obtained from 
private sources, government grants and contracts, investment income and cer- 
tain business activities related to the operations of the Institution. 

Fund Accounting 

To ensure observance of the limitations and restrictions placed on the use of re- 
sources available to the Institution, accounts are maintained in accordance 
with the principles of fund accounting. This procedure classifies resources for 
control, accounting and reporting purposes into distinct funds established 
according to their approp iation, nature and purposes. Separate accounts are 
maintained for each fund; however, in the accompanying financial statements, 
funds that have similar characteristics have been combined into fund groups. 
Accordingly, all financial transactions have been recorded and reported by 
fund group. 

The assets, liabilities and fund balances of the Institution are self-balancing 
as follows: 

Federal operating funds represent the portion of appropriated funds avail- 
able for support of Institution operations. Separate subfund groups are main- 
tained for each appropriation as follows: Salaries and Expense, Special Foreign 
Currency. Barro Colorado Island Trust Fund. 

Federal construction funds re p rese nt the portion of appropriated funds 
available for building and faculty construction, restoration, renovation and re- 
pair. Separate subfund groups arc maintained for each appropriation — Con- 
struction and Improvements, National Zoological Park, Repairs and 
Restoration of Buildings. Museum Support Center and the Center for African. 
Near Eastern and Asian Cultures (Quadrangle) 



119 



Federal capital funds represent the value of those assets of the Institution ac- 
quired with federal funds and nonexpendable properrv transfers from govern- 
ment agencies 

Trust current funds, which include unrestricted and restricted resources, rep- 
resent the portion of non-appropnared funds available for support of Institu- 
tion operations. Separare subfund groups ot current unrestricted funds have 
been reflected in the financial statements for auxiliarv activities (representing 
primarily the revenue and expendirures of the Smithsonian Associate Pro- 
grams, including Smithsonian magazine and Air & Space I Smithsonian maga- 
zine, museum shop and mail order sales) and for special purposes 
(representing internally segregated funds for certain designated purposes) 
Amounts restricted by the donor for specific purposes are segregated from 
other current funds. 

Trust endowment and simuar funds include funds that are subject to restnc- 
tions of gift instruments requiring in perperuiry that the principal be invested 
and that only income be utilized. Also classified as endowment and similar 
funds are gifts which allow the expenditure of principal only under certain 
specified conditions Quasi-endowment funds are funds established by the 
governing board for the same purposes as endowment funds; however, any 
portion of such funds may be expended with board approval Restncted quasi- 
endowment funds represent gifts for resrncted purposes where there is no stip- 
ulation that the principal be maintained in perpetuity or for a period of time, 
but the governing board has elected to invest the principal and expend only 
the income for the purpose stipulated by the donor. 

Trust plant funds represent resources restncted for future plant acquisitions 
and funds expended for plant. 

lnterfund Balances 

Interfund balances result from short-term advances/ borrowings between Insti- 
tution funds and are repaid, without interesr. on a continual basis. 

Investments 

All investment income, except that of endowment and similar funds, and 
gains and losses arising from the sale of investments and property, are ac- 
counted for in the fund in which the related assets are recorded Income of 
endowment and similar funds is accounted for in the fund to which it is re- 
stncted or, if unrestricted, as revenue in unrestricted current funds. Gains and 
losses on the sale of investments are recognized on the trade date basis using 
the average cost method. 

Inventory 

Inventoncs are earned at the lower of cost or market. Cost is determined using 
the first-m. first-out (FIFO) method, standard cost method or retail cost 
method (for those inventoncs held for resale). 

Deferred Revenue and Expense 

Revenue from subscriptions to Smithsonian magazine and Air & Space /Smith- 
sonian magazine is recorded as income over the penod of the related subscrip- 
tion, which is generally one year. Costs related to obtaining subscriptions to 
Smithsonian magazine and Air & Space I Smithsonian magazine are charged 
against income over the penod of the subsenprion. 

The Institution recognizes revenue and charges expenses of other auxiliary 
activities during the period in which the activity is conducted 

Works of Art, Living or Other Specimens 

The Institution acquires its collections, which include works of art. library 
books, photographic archives, objects and specimens, through purchase by 
federal or private funds or by donation. In accordance with policies generally 
followed by museums, no value is assigned ro the collections on the statement 
ot financial condition. Purchases for the collections are expensed currently. 
Proceeds from de-accessions are designated for future collection acquisitions. 

Property and Equipment — Federal Funds 

Property and equipment purchased with federal funds are recorded in the cap- 
ital funds at cost and depreciated on a straight-line basis over their useful lives 
as follows: 



Buildings 

Major renovations 

Nonexpendable equipment 



30 yean 
15 years 
10 years 



Certain lands occupied bv the Institution's buildings were appropriated and 
reserved by Congress for the Institution and are not reflected in the accom- 
panying financial statements. Properrv and nonexpendable equipment ac- 
quired through transfer from government agencies are capitalized at the 
transfer price or at estimated amounts, taking into consideration usefulness, 
condition and market value. 

Property and Equipment — Trust Funds 

Properrv and equipment purchased with trust funds for use by nonincome- 
producing activities arc recorded at cost, or appraised value at date of gift, ex- 
cept for gifts of certain islands in the Chesapeake Bay and the Carnegie Man- 
sion, which have been recorded at nominal values. Property and equipment 
arc treated as a deduction of the currcnr fund and as a capitalized cost of the 
plant fund. 

Propcry and equipment for use bv nonincome-producing activities is depre- 
ciated on the straight-line basis over their useful lives as follows: 



Buildings 

Major renovations 

Equipment 



30 years 
1 5 yean 
10 yean 



Depreciation is recorded in the plant fund as a deduction to the investment 
in plant. 

Capital improvements and equipment purchased with trust funds and uti- 
lized in income-producing activities are capitalized at cost in the current fund 
and are depreciated on a straight-line basis over their estimated useful lives of 
3 to 10 yean. 

Government Grants and Contracts 

The Institution has a number of granu and contracts with the U.S. Govern- 
ment, which primarily provide for cost reimbursement to the Institution. Gov- 
ernmental grant and contract revenue is recognized within trust funds as 
expenditures are incurred. 

Pledges 

The Institution generally records pledges based upon letten signed by donon. 
Pledges are recorded at net realizable value as a receivable and as deferred rev- 
enue on the statement of financial condition. Revenue from pledges is recog- 
nized in the year the pledged funds are collected. 

Gifts, Bequests and Other Grants 

The Institution recognizes revenue from gifts, bequests and other grants in the 
year the rash is received 

Contributed Services 

A substantial number of unpaid volunteers have made significant contribu- 
tions of their time in the furtherance of the Institution's programs. This con- 
tnbuted time is not reflected in these statements since no objective basis is 
available to determine the value of these services. 

Annual Leave 

The Institution's civil service employees earn annual leave in accordance with 
federal laws and regulations. However, only the cost of leave taken as salaries is 
funded and recorded as an expense. The cost of unused annual leave at year- 
end is reflected in the accompanying financial statements as an asset and an ac- 
crued liability in the federal funds. 

Annual leave for trust employees is accrued as a liability and expensed in the 
trust fund, as earned. 

2 . Related Activities 

The InsticuDon provides certain fiscal and administrative services to several 
separately incorporated organizations in which certain officials of the Institu- 
tion serve on the governing boards. The amounts paid to the Institution by 



230 



these organizations for the aforementioned services, together with rent for In- 
stitution facilities occupied, totaled $265,000 ($190,000 for rhe trust funds 
and $75,000 for the federal funds) for the year ended September 30. 1992 
Deposits held in custody for these organizations were $5,839,000 as of Sep- 
tember 30. 1992. 

3 Investments 

Investments are recorded at cost on a trade date basis, if purchased, or esti- 
mated fair market value at date of acquisition, it acquired by gift. At Septem- 
ber 30. 1992. investments were composed of the following: 



Carrying 
value 

($000s) 



Market 
value 
($00fe) 



Current funds: 

Short-tens investments 

Endowment and similar funds: 
Pooled investments: 
Short-term 

U.S. Government and quasi-governmeni obligations 
Corporate bonds and other obligations 
Common and preferred stock 

Subtotal pooled investments 
Non-pooled investments: 
Deposit with U.S. Treasury 

Chan table trusts 

Subtotal non-pooled investments 



Plant funds: 
Common stock 
US Government securities 



$ 62.502 $ 63.102 



factors as . bur nor limited to: ( 1 ) 4 ' / 1 % of the five-year average of the market 
value of each fund (adjusted for gifts and transfers during this period). (2) cur- 
rent dividend and interest yield. ( 3 ) support needs for bureaus and scientists, 
and (4) inflationary factors as measured by the Consumer Price Index. How- 
ever, where the marker value of the assets of any endowment fund is less than 
110% of the historic dollar value (value of gifts at date ot donation i. the 
amount provided is limited to only interest and dividends received. 

The total return factor for 1992 was $12.50 per unit, equivalent to 4% of 
the five-year average of the Market Value of each participating fund. The total 
return amount exceeded actual dividends and interest earned for the year and 
this excess was transferred from the endowment funds to the current funds (see 
Note 12). 

The endowment fund balance is comprised of the following at September 
30. 1992: 

($0005) 







Endowment — unrestricted 






Endowment — restricted 


48.724 


51.292 


Quasi -endowment — unrestricted 


70.587 


73.360 


Quasi-endowraent — restricted 


53.309 


56.882 




124.365 


166.954 




296.985 


348.488 


5. Receivables 



$ 7.793 
100.408 
127.526 
56.347 

1292.074 



1.036 
595 



1.072 
834 



1.631 



1.906 



298.616 



125 
15.990 

16.115 



350.394 



215 

16.110 

16.325 



Tool investments 



$377,233 $429,821 



The deposit with the U.S. Treasury is invested in U.S. Government securi- 
ties at a variable yield based on market interest rates. 

Substantially all the investments of the endowment and similar funds are 
pooled on a market value basis (consolidated fund) with each individual fund 
su bsenbing to or disposing of units on the basis of the per unit market value at 
the beginning of the month within which the transaction takes place. Of the 
total units, each having a market value of $410.20. 323.919 units were owned 
by endowment funds, and 525.629 units were owned by quasi-endowment 
funds at September 30, 1992. 

The following tabulation summarizes changes in relationships between cost 
and market values of the pooled investments at September 30. 1992. 







(WUUJI 




Market 




Market 


Con 


Net 
dunce 


value 
per unit 


End of year 
Beginning of rear 


$348,488 
312.261 


$296,985 
263.884 


$51,503 

48.377 


$410.20 
378.07 


Increase m unrealized net 

gain for the rear 
Realized net gain for 

the veu 






3.126 

17.790 

$20,916 


- 


Total net gains for die 
year 


$ 32.13 



4. Endowment and Similar Funds 

The Institution utilizes the "total return" approach to investment manage- 
ment of endowment funds and quasi-endowment funds. Under this approach, 
an amount equal to the difference between actual interest and dividends 
earned during the year and the amount computed under the total return for- 
mula is transferred to or from the current funds. 

In applying this approach, it is the institution's policy to provide, as being 
available for current expenditures, an amount taking into consideration such 



($0001) 



Receivables at September 30, 1992 included the following: 



Auxiliary activities and other accounts 
receivable, net of $5,854 allowance for 
doubtful accounts 

Receivables for investment secunnes sold 

Pledges receivable 

Reimbursements due from giants and 
t u u u a iu 

Interest and dividends receivable 

lnterfund receivables 

Accrued annual leave 

Other 



6. Advance Payments 

Advance payments represent prepayments made to government agencies, edu- 
cational institutions, firms and individuals for services ro be rendered, or prop- 
erty or materials to be furnished. 

As of September 30. 1992, the most significant advances outstanding were: 
$6,7)3,000 to the General Services Administration . principally for construc- 
tion services including the Museum Support Center and other projects to be 
completed in future fiscal yean; and approximately $ 1 ,608,000, principally 
under the Special Foreign Currency Program. 







Totals. 


Trust 


Federal 


all 


funds 


funds 


funds 


$18,626 


$ - 


$18,626 


7.541 


— 


7.541 


3.693 


— 


3.693 


3.550 





3.550 


3.604 


— 


3.604 


11.617 


— 


11.617 


— 


11.483 


11.483 


19 


460 


479 


$48,650 


$11,943 


$60,593 



7. Property and Equipment 

At September 30. 1992, property and equipment 
following: 



Trust 

Cmrrtmt funds 
Capital improvements 
Equipment 
Building 
Leasehold improvements 



comprised of the 

($0005) ($0005) 



Less: accumulated depreciation and 



$ 24.143 

11.148 

3.981 

1.170 

40.442 

(17.547 ) 
22.895 



131 



67.083 




8.070 




75.153 




(20.778) 




m r 5 






J 77.270 


$ 513.916 




45.743 




559.659 




(248.106) 






311.553 




$388,823 



Plant fundi 

Lind and buildings 
Equipment 

Less: accumulated depreciation 

Total, trust hinds 

Federal 

Capita/ funds 
Property 
Equipment 

Less: accumulated depreciation 
Total, federal funds 
Total, all funds 



Included in the accumulated depreciation of the federal capital funds is 
$25 830,000 of" depreciation expense for 1992. 

Depreciation and amortization expense in the trust funds for fiscal year 
1992 for income-producing assets amounted to $2,399,000 and is included in 
auxiliary activities expenditures in the current funds Depreciation of non- 
income-producing equipment and buildings for 1992 amounted to 
$2,629,000 and is included in the plant fund. 

The balance of the plant fund at September 30, 1992 included $8,680,000 
of unexpended funds for furure plant acquisitions. 

8 Commitments and Contingencies 

Leases for various Smithsonian warehouse and office spaces provide for escala- 
tion of rents to coincide with increases in property taxes, operating expenses 
attributable to the leased property and the Consumer Price Index 

The Institution's operating leases require furure minimum lease payments 
as follows: 



Lease payments 


($000s) 


1993 


t 9.513 


1994 


7.598 


1995 


5.343 


1996 


1.724 


1997 


1.108 


Thereafter 


2.877 




$:« 163 



Rental expense for office facilities aggregated approximately $10,407,000 in 
1992. 

The Institution receives funding or reimbursement from governmental 
agencies for various activities, which are subject to audit. Audits of sponsored 
program costs have been completed through the fiscal year ending September 
30, 1989, however, final resolution from the cognizant agency for audits of fis- 
cal yean 1983 through 1989 has not occurred. Any adjustments which may re- 
sult from those audits and the audits for fiscal years 1990 through 1992 are not 
expected to have a material effect on the Institution's financial statements. 

9. Long-term Debt 

Long-term debt as of September 30. 1992 consists of the following: 



9% note payable to The Riggs National Bank, interest only payable 
quarterly commencing December 31.1 986 . interest and principal 
payable quarterly commencing September 30. 1991 . until June 30. 
1998. with the remaining unpaid principal balance duejune 30. 1998. 

Note payable to Signet Bank, bearing interest at 1 % in excess of the 
Federal Funds Rate, which was 5 5% at September 30. 1992: interest 
and principal payable in quarterly installments of $63,000 until 
December 3 1 . 1996. with the remaining unpaid principal balance due 
December 31. 1996. 



(JOOOst 



$ 9.503 



3.610 
$13,113 



The aggregate amount due fot all borrowings for the veats ending Septem- 
ber 30. are as follows: $1.57". 000 in 1993: $1,700,000 in 1994: $1,835,000 in 
1995: $1,982,000 in 1996; $2. 143,000 in 1997 and $3,876,000 in years 
thereafter. 

The proceeds of the note with The Riggs National Bank were used to fund 
consrruction of a restaurant addition to the National Air and Space Museum. 
The proceeds of the note with Signet Bank were used to finance a warehouse 
facility for Institution museum shops. During the fiscal year ended September 
30, 1992, approximately $1,085,000 was recorded as interest expense and was 
paid by Auxiliary Activities funds. 

10 Federal Operating Funds 

The federal operating funds include appropriations for salaries and expenses 
which are expended in the vear received Also included are amounts approx- 
imating $25,475,000 received with the provision that such amounts can be ex- 
pended over a period greater than one year. 

On November 5, 1990, the U.S. Congress enacted Public Law 101-510, the 
Defense Authorization Act (Act), which prescribes the rules for determining 
the availability of appropriation balances and establishes the procedures for 
closing appropriation accounts 

The major purpose of the Act is to restrucrure annual appropriation ac- 
counts Beginning with the fiscal year 1989 appropriation accounts, agencies 
are now required to maintain annual appropriations for a five-vear period fol- 
lowing the year of appropriation At the end of an appropriation's five-year 
life, the appropriation account is closed and any unobligated balances are then 
returned to the U.S. Treasury. The Act also provides for the phasing out of un- 
expended previous year's appropriations as of September 30, 1993. 

Under the Act, unobligated balances of annual appropriation accounts will 
remain on the Institution's records until the appropriation accounts are closed. 

The federal operating funds for the year ended September 30. 1992 in- 
cluded the following: 

($000s) 





Revenues and 
other additions 




Salanes and expenses 

Special Foreign Currency Program 

US. India Fund (transfers from 

Department of State) 
Smithsonian Tropical Research 

Institute 


Appropriations 
$281,183 


Other 
» - 

1.319 

154 

$1,473 


September 30. 1992 
$15,274 
273 

361 

69 




$281,183 


$15,977 



On July 11. 1990. a settlement was awarded in the amount of $3,022,350 
arising out of a suit against the United States by a contractor who was de- 
faulted by the General Services Administration for failure to complete a proj- 
ect for the Museum Support Center in a timely fashion. This mandatory 
obligation falls outside the provisions of the Antideficiency Act. According to 
accounting principles prescribed by the Comptroller General of the United 
States, the Institution recognized this expense, in fiscal year 1990, when settle- 
ment by the United States resulted in an operating fund deficit. The Institu- 
tion received appropriations in fiscal year 1992 of approximately $994,000 as a 
partial payment of the claim. The Institution will request appropriated funds 
in fiscal years 1993 and 1994 to pay the balance of the claim. 

The Institution has recorded an unrealized loss of $54,000 to reflect ex- 
change rate changes related to the U.S. India Fund. 

11. Collections 

In accordance with policies generally followed by museums, collections pur- 
chased and donated are not included in the statement of financial condition. 
The Institution records the acquisition of collections as an expense in the year 
of purchase and records the deaccession of collections as restricted revenue in 
the year of sale. For fiscal year 1992. $8,340,000 was expensed to trust funds 



232 



and $1,587,000 to federal funds for the acquisition of collections, and pro- 
ceeds from deaccessions in trust funds were $635,000. There were no deacces- 
sions of collecuons purchased with federal funds in fiscal year 1992. 

12. Transfers Among Trust Funds 

The following transfers increased (decreased) respective fund balances for the 
year ended September 30. 1992: 

<$000s) 



Current funds 



Tocal return income from 

endowment 
Income reallocated for special 

purposes 
Endowment reallocated to 

restricted and unrestricted 

funds 
Designated as quasi - 

endowment 
Other 
Tocal transfers among funds 

13. Retirement 



Unre- 
stricted 



$ 232 

(44) 

462 

(4.152) 
196 



Restricted 

$ 277 
44 

4.260 

(8.477) 
(1115 ) 
$(3,306) $(5,011) 



Endowment 

and similar 

funds 

$ (509) 



(4.722) 

12.629 
176 



$ 7.574 



Plant 
funds 

$ - 



743 
$743 



The federal employees of the Institution are covered by either the Civil Service 
Retirement System (CSRS) or the Federal Employee Retirement System 



(FERS). The fearures of both of these systems are defined in published govern- 
ment documents. Under both systems, the Institution withholds from the sal- 
ary of each federal employee the percentage of salary required: the Institution 
also contributes specified percentages. The cost of the programs for the year 
ended September 30. 1992 was $13,021,000. 

The Institution has a separate retirement plan for trust employees, in which 
substantially all employees of the trust funds are eligible to participate. Under 
the plan the Institution contributes stipulated percentages of salary which are 
used to purchase individual annuities, the rights to which are immediately 
vested with the employees. Employees can make voluntary contributions, sub- 
ject to certain limitations. The Institution's cost of the plan for the year ended 
September 30. 1992 was $7,285,000. 

It is the policy of the Institution to fund the accrued costs of all plans cur- 
rently. There are no unfunded prior service costs under the plans. 

14. Income Taxes 

The Institution is exempt from income taxation under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 50 l(cX 3 ) of the Internal Revenue Code. Organizations described in that 
section are taxable only on their unrelated business income No provision for 
income taxes is required for the year ended September 30. 1992 since the Insti- 
tution had a net loss from unrelated business activity. 

It is the opinion of the Institution that it is also exempt from taxation as an 
instrumentality of the United States as defined in Section 501(cX 1 ) of the 
Code. Organizations described in that section are exempt from all income tax- 
ation. The Institution has not as yet formally sought such dual status. 



1). Current Trust Funds Financial Activity 

The financial activity for the current trust funds by fund type is as follows: 



Revenue and other additions: 
Government grants and contract! 
Investment income 
Gifts, bequests and other grants 
Rentals, fees, mmmmions and other 
Aunliarr actmnes 

Tocal revenue and other additions 

Expenditures lnd other deductions 
Research, rthintinnal and acquisition 

rVeiltues Soviets 
Auxiliary activities 

Total expenditures and other deductions 

Excess of revenue and other additions over 
(under) expenditures and other de ducti o n s 

Transfers among fundi anmxJOM (deductions) 

Net increase for the year 
Fund balances at beginning ot jrcar 

Fund t-t-i~ at end of year 



($000s) 









Tocal 






General 


Auxiliary 


Special 


Unrestricted 






purpose 


activities 


purpose 
$ - 


hinds 


Restricted 
$42,689 


Tocal 


$ - 


$ - 


$ - 


$ 42.689 


7.616 


— 


562 


8.178 


5.992 


14.170 


189 


8.034 


960 


9.183 


30.927 


40.110 


343 


— 


2.842 


3.185 


2.861 


6.046 


— 


180.312 
188.346 


8.279 

12,645 


188.591 
209.137 


— 


188.591 


8.148 


82.469 


291.606 


10.677 





19.341 


30.018 


63.501 


93.519 


7.742 


8.197 


546 


16.483 


6.858 


23.343 


1.551 


— 


846 


2.397 


3 


2.400 


— 


139.170 
167.367 


5.132 
23.865 


164.302 
213.202 


— 


164.302 


19.970 


70.362 


283.564 


(114122) 


20.979 


(13.212) 


(4.065) 


12,107 


8.042 


8.009 


(20.979) 


9.664 


(3.306) 


(3.011) 


(8.317) 


(3.813) 


— 


(3.558) 


(7.371) 


7.096 


(275) 


13.772 


— 


31.113 

$27,557 


44.887 
$ 37.516 


21.036 
$28,132 


65.923 


$ 9.959 


$ - 


$ 65.648 



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