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Mrs. Thea Heye presented her large Collection of Ethnological
and Archeological specimens and Mrs. George Presbury Rowell pres-
sented an Ethnological Collection.

The following Collections were purchased by the Museum:
R. H. Mangold,
Edwin C. Bishop,
Jesus Alvarado,
Louis H. Martinez,
Hart K. Smith,
E. H. Jacobs,
L. F. Branson,
And 31 smaller ones.

The following made gifts of specimens to the Museum:
Eugene Stamen                       
Harmon W. Hendricks                 
F. Kingsbury Curtis                 
James B. Ford                       
Archer M. Huntington                
American Geographical Society       
Isaiah Bowman                       
Frank Wood                          
A. H. Blackiston
C. Sanley Jacobs.
Louis Chable
Richard Pelham Bolton
W. B. Isham
W. R. Blackie
Ernest O. Schernikow
Horace L. Wilson
G. A. Allison
Louis D. Calver

The following Collections were loaned to the Museum:
Joseph Keppler Iroquois Ethnology
Nat B. Stern, Arizona Archeology
Nat E. Booth, Long Island Archeology

EXCHANGES
Arrangements have been made for the exchange of material with
the University Museum of Philadelphia, the Field Columbian Museum,
Chicago, the Peabody Museum at Cambridge, Riiks Museum at Stockholm, and the Public Museum of Milwaukee.
Respectfully Submitted,
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN
by

........................
Chairman.

........................
Secretary.

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TREASURER'S REPORT
Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation.
Assistant Treasurer's Statement of receipts and disbursements from May 26, 1916, to May 1, 1917.

BUILDING FUND:
Receipts:
1916.
May   26,  From James B. Ford..........     $25,000.
Sept. 27,         do         ..........       1,975. 
Sept. 28,         do         ..........      25,000.
Dec.   9,         do         ..........      25,000.
1917.
Feb.  27,         do         ..........      25,000.
                                          __________     $101,975.

1916.
May   26,  From Harmon W. Hendricks....       2,500.
Sept. 23,         do        ...........       2,500. 
Dec. 11,          do        ...........       2,500.
1917.
Mch.  3,          do        ...........       2,500.
                                          __________       10,000.

1916.
May  29,  From George G. Heye..........      25,000.
Oct.  5,        do         ............      25,000.
1917.
Jan.  4,        do         ............      25,000.
Apl. 12,        do         ............      25,000.
                                          __________      100,000.

1916.
May  29,  From F.K. Curtis.............         625.
Oct.  4,        do         ............         625.
Dec.  8,        do         ............         625
1917.
Feb.  5,        do         ............       3,348.22
     15,        do         ............         625.
                                          ____________      5,848.22

1917.
Jan. 18,  From Archer M. Huntington....       1,500.
     23,        do        .............         508.94
                                          ____________      2,008.94
                                                          __________     $219,832.16


                                  




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