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Professor David Levering Lewis
New Brunswick, New Jersey | November 1995

Professor R.W.B. Lewis
Bethany, Connecticut | November 1991

Mr. Robert L. McNeil, Jr.
Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania | November 1995

Honorable Robert B. Morgan
Lillington, North Carolina | January 1992

Professor Barabara Novak
New York, New York | January 1993

Mr. Frank Stanton
New York, New York | December 1995

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Mr. Robert McC. Adams
Mr. J. Carter Brown
Honorable William H. Rehnquist

Commission of the National Museum of American Art

At its December 4 meeting, the Commission of the National Museum of American Art voted to recommend the appointment of three new Commissioners and reappointment of two Commissioners.

Margaret Dodge Garrett and Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. are recommended for reappointment for four-year terms ending December 31, 1993.

In accordance with the Commission's bylaws, four Commissions whose terms expired at the end of 1989 cannot be reappointed. These positions, along with the unexpected resignation of Sharon Rockefeller in November, leave the Commission with five vacancies. The individuals recommended to fill three of these vacancies, for terms expiring December 31, 1993, are: Edwin I. Colodny, president and chief executive officer of USAIR; Rita R. Fraad, collector of American Art and member of the Archives of American Art Board of Trustees; and Richard J. Schwartz, former owner of Jonathan Logan, Inc., president of the Schwartz Foundation, president of the Archives of American Art Board of Trustees, and collector of American Impressionism and bronze sculpture. Biographical sketches on the new Commissioners and a list of the proposed Commission membership follow.

Accordingly, the following motion is suggested:

VOTED that the Board of Regents reappoints to the Commission of the National Museum of American Art Margaret Dodge Garrett and Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. and appoints Edwin I. Colodny, Rita R. Fraad, and Richard J. Schwartz to terms expiring December 31, 1993.
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