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[[underlined]] MUSEUM ANNEX. [[/underlined]]

The finishing coat of green on the iron fence enclosing the grounds was completed, and the grounds have been maintained in the usual manner.
Admittance, as always, was granted to all applicants, and the attendance during the twelve months was 288.

[[underlined]] CHANGES IN STAFF. [[/underlined]]

There were no changes in the staff during the fiscal year.

Dr. Bruno Oetteking remains as curator of the Physical Anthropological Department, without salary.

[[underlined]] EXPEDITIONS. [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] Haiti. [[/underlined]] Under the direction of Mr. Frank R. Crumbie, Jr. an expedition was sent to the Island of La Gonave, Haiti, where a collection of 119 specimens from the caves on that Island was obtained. Most noteworthy are a series of unique carved wooden objects, and several entire pottery bowls.

[[underlined]] New York. [[/underlined]] Mr. William F. Stiles excavated numerous sites in Madison and Cayuga counties, and also continued his work upon local sites of New York City. The Museum's collections have been greatly enriched by the results of this work.

[[underlined]] COLLECTIONS PRESENTED. [[/underlined]]

Prof. James Mark Baldwin Collection - presented by his widow. A valuable collection of Mexican archaeology of over 100 pieces, made about 1885.

Mrs. F.D. Bartow and Mrs. R.H. White - Archaeological specimens from Jekyl Island, Georgia.

Mr. Reginald Pelham Bolton - A very valuable collection of 371 specimens of archaeology from local sites in New York City, the greater part of it being from the Inwood district. This collection was made over a period from 1918 to 1926, and had
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