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The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees held on October 30th, 1934 was convened at the Bronx Annex. Before the meeting the Trustees made an inspection of the grounds and of the outdoor exhibit of Indian structures which had been erected during the summer. At this meeting the Board expressed its satisfaction with the work so far accomplished and extended their congratulations to the Chairman on the results. 

The Chairman reported to the meeting on the various expeditions conducted by or for the benefit of the Museum during the summer and especially the Expedition to the Virgin Islands, financed through the generosity of Trustee Willard V. King; the Expedition to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, conducted and financed by Trustee Blair S. Williams; the Marie Heye Clemens Ethnological Expedition into the Interior of Honduras conducted by Captain R. Stuart Murray and financed by Mrs. Clemens; the Fort Ticonderoga Expedition made possible through the cooperation and generosity of Mr. Stephen H. P. Pell, who was elected a Life Member of the Institution in recognition thereof; and the Expedition to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, participated in by the Chairman in conjunction 

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