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[[center]]Index to the proceedings of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution in relation to the gift of his art collections from [[underline]]Charles L. Freer[[/underline]].

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Announcement of the gift       Vol.  I - p.444

Acceptance of the gift          Vol. II - p. 29, 45

Agreement and inventory         Vol. II - p. 63; Vol.III - p.91,


Bishop, Carl W.                  Vol.IV - 593,^[[677,708.]]

Boston Museum of Fine Arts        Vol.IV - 593

Building for Freer Gallery:-
  Site for                      Vol.III - 239,314,338,354-A,371,
  Ground broken                 Vol.III - 371.
  Plans of                      Vol.III - 269,289,354-A,
  Construction     Vol.III - 367,388,389,408,420,430,447,465,466,
  Closed during installation     Vol.IV - 488
  Formal opening of              Vol.IV - 562,573
  Curator of                     Vol.IV - 485,574,^[[700,714.]]


China:Mr. Freer's visit to - Vol.III - 145
   "  Joint Exped.with Boston Museum of Fine Arts  Vol.IV - 593

Collections:
   Extent of  Vol.I - 447,464; Vol.III - 91,289,313,430,464,
   Partial exhibition;  Vol.II - 6
   Permanent Com. to receive;   Vol.III - 468; Vol.IV - 505,
   Special Com. to examine;     Vol.  I - 457,462,
Committees:
   Special - to examine collections; Vol.I - 457,462,
   Special - to select site;      Vol.III - 314,338,
   Permanent; Vol.III - 388,420,448,468; Vol.IV - 475,485,505,517,524,580,
Conditions of gift;      Vol.I - 449; Vol.II - 30,
Correspondance with Mr. Freer; Vol.II - 5,
Curator of Gallery; Vol.IV - 485,574,^[[700,714,]]

Death of Mr. Freer;  Vol.III - 464,467
Detroit Trust Co.;   Vol.IV - 518,

  
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