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VOTED that the Board of Regents reappoints - Thomas M. Evans, Robert Morgan, Barry Bingham, Sr., and Katie Louchheim Klopfer to the Commission of the National Portrait Gallery to terms expiring in January 1992.

[[underlined]] National Museum of African Art Commission [[/underlined]]

The following motion was adopted:

VOTED that in accordance with Public Law 95-414 the Board of Regents reappoints to the Commission of the National Museum of African Art, effective January 1, 1986, Mr. Frank Moss, Mrs. Helen Neufeld, Mr. Robert Nooter, Mrs. Frances Humphrey Howard, and Professor David Driskell for terms expiring in December 1988.

[[underlined]] National Museum of American Art Commission [[/underlined]]

The following motion was adopted:

VOTED that the Board of Regents reappoints Elizabeth Brooke Blake, Thomas C. Howe, Caroline Hume, Nan Tucker McEvoy, and Caroline Simmons, and appoints Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. to the Commission of the National Museum of American Art to terms expiring in December 1989.

[[underlined]] Status Reports [[/underlined]]

Mr. Adams referred to the following status reports which were distributed in advance of the meeting for the Regents' consideration:

Equal Opportunity
Bicentennial of the Constitution
Legislation
Hirshhorn Bequest
Quadrangle Construction
Museum Support Center Storage Equipment
Other Major Construction Projects
Status of PCBs in Smithsonian Transformers
National Postal Museum
Litigation
Television

[[underlined]] Regents' Dinner [[/underlined]]

The traditional Regents' Dinner was held in honor of former Under Secretary Phillip S. Hughes in the Palm Court of the National Museum of American History on the preceding evening, January 26, 1986.  After dinner Mr. Adams rose to welcome the guests, speak with warm appreciation for Mr. Hughes, and introduce the Chancellor.  The Chancellor
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