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honored Mr. Hughes by presenting to him a handsomely prepared and framed copy of the Regents' resolution from May 6, 1985 and announced that, as a lasting token of their gratitude, the Regents have arranged for a twenty-foot American holly tree to be planted this spring at the Hughes' residence.  Mr. Hughes thanked the Chancellor and the Regents for these honors and expressed his appreciation to those who, in his mind, have made the Smithsonian a unique and enduring institution: the Regents, the Secretaries and their staff, and members of Congress who have exercised thoughtful oversight.

[[underlined]] Next Meetings: [[/underlined]]

-- Executive Committee:  Monday, April 9, 1986
-- Regents' Dinner:  Sunday, May 4, 1986
-- Board of Regents' Meeting:  Monday, May 5, 1986
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