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Langley, Secretary; Vol.I - 458, 474, Lodge,John E; Vol.IV - 485, 488, ^[[648, 700, 714,]] Meyer, Mr.& Mrs.Eugene; Vol.IV - 487, ^[[763,]] Permanent Committee: To receive collections; Vol.III - 468; Vol.IV - 505; To approve Secretary's action; Vol.IV - 485, 486, 487, 488, Rec.plan to settle residuary estate; Vol.IV - 524, Rec. establishment of Sinking Fund; Vol.IV - 580, Reports on Freer matters; Vol.III - 388, 420, 448, Vol.IV - 475, 504, 549, 580, Platt, Charles A; Vol.IV - 486, President of the United States(Roosevelt); Vol.II - 4, 25, Residuary Estate: In hands of executors; Vol.IV - 487, Plan to settle; Vol.IV - 517, Plan approved; Vol.IV - 524, Estate settled; Vol.IV - 580, Rhoades, Miss K.N.; Vol.III - 466; Vol.IV - 487,488. Resolutions: Acceptance of gift Vol.II - 29, Closing of gallery Vol.IV - 489, Committee to examine collections; Vol.I - 457, " [[ditto for: Committee to]] select site; Vol.III - 314,339, Correspondence with Mr. Freer; Vol.II - 5 Curator of Gallery; Vol.IV - 485,575, ^[[700, 714,]] Death of Mr. Freer; Vol.III - 467, Educational work; Vol.IV - 488, Exhibition (Partial); Vol.II - 6, Far East studies Vol.IV - 488, Gardens and Statuary; Vol.IV - 486, 487, Permanent Com.; Vol. III - 468; Vol.IV - 485-488,505,524, Residuary estate; Vol.IV - 524, Secretary to carry out Mr. Freer's wishes; Vol.IV - 485-488, Thanks for courtesies; Vol.I - 475, ^[[Resignation of Curator; Vol.IV - 700,714,]] Secretary S.I. Vol.IV - 485-488, Site for Gallery; Vol.III - 239,314,338,354-A,371,374, Sinking fund; Vol.IV - 580, ^[[641,]] Spicer, Chas.P. Vol.IV - 519, Taxes (Income and Inheritance) Vol.III - 383,408; Vol.IV - 477,500,517,550, ^[[659,699,709,]] Walcott, Secretary; Vol.III - 314,338; Vol.IV - 485-488,519, Will of Mr. Freer; Vol.III - 466,468; Vol.IV - 475,484,
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