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Bequests, Gifts, and Funds (Continued)
Baltimore & Ohio R.R. 727.
Barstow, Fred.D. 869.
Canfield, F.A. 685, 690, 734.
Chamberlain, T.C. 506, 550, 607.
Chrysler, W.P. 684, 689.
Coonley-Ward [[looks like a "y" typed over a "t" in the name]] 557.
Dawes, Charles G. 789, 823, 827, 863, 882.
Dognin, Paul 692.
Earle, Sir Lione[[?]] 481
Ellison, Isaac 483
Evans, Victor J. 483
Fitzgerald, Ritr [[missing letter between "t" and "r" because of crease, possibly "e"?]] 506, 551
Freer, Charles L. 474, 477, 484, 488, 500, 504, 505, 517, 524, 549, 550, 562, 573, 574, 580, 
591, 608, 611, [[strikethrough]]three-digit number[[/strikethrough]] 641, 684, 726, 744, 763, 807, 846, 882.
French Government 480
Gellatly, John 804, 823, 824, 859, 880.
Habel, Simeon 607,
Hachenberg, G.P. 699, 729.
Hamilton, James 572, 607.
Harkin, J.B. 560.
Harriman, Mrs. E.[[missing initial, caught in crease of paper]]. 785.
Henderson, J.B.J.[[r?]]. 556,
Henry, Miss Caroline 491, 506, 551, 607.
Hodgkins, T.G. 474, 504, 549, 580, 607, 641, 664.
Hoff, Col. J.V. 556.
Holt, E.G. 885
Hughes, Bruce 476, 506, 550, 607, 869.
Iddings, J.P. 479.
Kloss, C.B. 484.
Laughlin, Irwin B. 789.
LaVarre, W.J. 542.
Lodge, H.C. (Estate) 667.
Loeb, Morris 607.
Mallery, Otto T. 869.
Mearns, E.A. 557.
Miami Aquarium Assn 479.
Morrow, D.W. 745, 746, 748, 880.
Myer, Catherine W. 685, 690.
Natl. Geographic Soc 665, 676, 789.
Navy Dept. 480, 556.
Partello, D.J. 479.
Peixotto, Ernest 789.
Pinchot, Gifford 556.
Poore, George 475, 505, 549, 581, 607.
Popenoe, C.H. 781, 823.
Pugsley, C.D. (Proposed) 869.
Ranger, H.W. 554, 667, 824, 877.
Reid, Addison T. 506, 551, 607.
Research Corporation 743, 763, 789, 823, 840, 858, 869, 883.
Rhees, William J. 607.
Rockefeller Foundtn 484, 789.
Roebling, John A. 474, 482, 504, 549, 580, 641, 664, 670, 685, 700, 705, ^[[706]], 709, 789, 823, 840, 858, 883.
Roebling, W.A. 685. ^[[706]]
Rollins, William 823, 825.
Sanford, Helen B. 607,
Siegler, E.H. 781, 823.



Transcription Notes:
There is a crease in the page, running a good way down the page through the text, and it looks like it's blocking some of the letters in the text. In some places where it was obvious what the letters caught in the crease were, I filled them in anyway (such as the second "n" in the word "Government" on the line that begins "French Government"). If this is wrong, someone might want to correct for it or possibly re-scan the page without the crease. Where I couldn't discern the letter caught in the crease, I made a note about its absence. -- Tracy Christenson

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