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- 2 - from the Rockefeller Foundation, the Wildenstein Benefit,sponsored by [[underlined]] Time [[/underlined]] Magazine, and the activities at the Brussels Fair, all major endeavors. "Future plans", said Mr. Schramm, "cover the 50th Anniversary Convention to be held April 23, 24, 25, 1959 in Washington, D.C., and implementation of "New Dimensions for the American Federation of Arts". (This is a 52 page report made by John G. Holmes Associates, employed by AFA to study its potentialities.) Mr. Schramm spoke of the deaths of Trustee Leonard Hanna, long a friend of the Federation, and Sidney Berkowitz, a former Trustee who had contributed in many ways to The American Federation of Arts. III The Treasurer, Lee A. Ault, reported the financial condition of AFA (Apeendix A). IV [[underlined]] Reports of Committees [[/underlined]] A. Standing Committees 1. [[underlined]] Budget [[/underlined]] - Mrs. Elizabeth S. Navas, Chairman, reported that her Committee had held the two meetings of the current year required by the Constitution, at which the budget prepared by the Director was carefully checked. Income for the year, derived from Membership and Exhibition fees was budgeted at $96,000, and Operating Expenses at $121,000, thus allowing an operating deficit of $25,000. It is expected that this deficit will be met by Trustee contributions and other activities, as was the 1957 budgeted deficit of $22,600. 2. [[underlined]] Nominations [[/underlined]] - Charles C. Cunningham, Chairman, reported nominations for Trustees for reelection as follows: H. Harvard Arnason Richard F. Bach Henry Billings Leslie Cheek, Jr. George H. Fitch Rene d'Harnoncourt Paul S. Harris Stanley Marcus William M. Milliken Elizabeth S. Navas Fred L. Palmer Eloise Spaeth Suzette M. Zurcher and for new Trustees, Francis E. Brennan and Fred Olsen. All nominees were elected by voice vote.* B. [[underlined]] Operational Committees [[/underlined]] 1. Mrs. Eloise Spaeth, Chairman of the Extension Services Committee, first mentioned figures, contrasting the projected 1957 income from circulating exhibitions, $42,000, with the realized $49,584. The protected budget for 1958 envisaged $45,000 in re- *In March of this year, Mrs. Jacob M. Kaplan was elected to the Board by the Executive Committee, to take the place of Mr. Leonard Hanna, whose term would have expired in 1960.
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