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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION    1214

The Commission also voted to recommend to the Board of Regents the re-election for the usual four-year period of the following members whose terms expired in 1945:

John Nicholas Brown
Mahonri M. Young
George Hewitt Myers
Robert Woods Bliss

Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows:
Chairman: Paul Manship
Vice-Chairman: Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.
Secretary: Alexander Wetmore

Executive Committee: 
David E. Finley, Chairman
Robert Woods Bliss
Gilmore D. Clarke
Paul Manship (ex officio)
Alexander Wetmore (ex officio)

On motion, the Report was accepted.

In accordance with the above record of action and recommendations by the Commission, the Secretary submitted two resolutions as follows:

RESOLVED: That the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution hereby approves the recommendations of the Smithsonian Art Commission that John Taylor Arms be appointed a member of the Commission to succeed Herbert Adams (deceased), and that Mr. Eugene E. Speicher be appointed to succeed Mr. Edward W. Redfield (resigned).

On motion, the resolution was adopted.

RESOLVED: That the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution hereby approved the recommendation of the Smithsonian Art Commission that Messrs. John Nicholas Brown, Mahonri M. Young, George Hewitt Myers, and Robert Woods Bliss, be re-elected members of the Commission to succeed themselves.

On motion, the resolution was adopted.

THE GELLATLY ART COLLECTION.

The Secretary made the following statement:

A.W.
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