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Record Unit 106,  Tape Recordings, 1958-1992

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator:
Title: Tape Recordings
Dates: 1958-1992
Quantity: 5.9 linear meters.
Collection: Record Unit 106
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These records include tape recordings made or received by the Office of Public Affairs, usually of Smithsonian events or by Smithsonian staff. They also include tapes made of animal sounds for the National Museum of Natural History Audioguide and other tapes received by the Archives, regardless of origin.

Descriptive Entry

These records include tape recordings made or received by the Office of Public Affairs, usually of Smithsonian events or by Smithsonian staff. They also include tapes made of animal sounds for the National Museum of Natural History Audioguide and other tapes received by the Archives, regardless of origin.

Some of these recordings come from commercial networks or other sources, and cannot be reproduced without permission from these sources.

This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.

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Subject

Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection

Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 106, , Tape Recordings

Container List

Box 1

SI (Smithsonian Institution) Ceremony, Opening of Hall of Military History, 6/14/1958 (Carmichael)

Box 1 of 34

Henry Fritz Workshop Opening, 8/6/1959

Box 1 of 34

Kwakiutl Winter Dance Songs led by Chief Mungo Martin for Halls 9 and 11 Audioguides, 8/23/1959 (2 reels)

Box 1 of 34

Dave Garroway TV Show, A&I (Arts & Industries) Building, Sack Lescouli Narrator, 1/6/1960

Box 1 of 34

Presentation of Wallis 1919 Tractor, 1/12/1960

Box 1 of 34

Early Farm Machinery Hall Opening, 2/18/1960 (Carmichael)

Box 1 of 34

Opening of Textile Gallery, A&I, 3/17/1960

Box 1 of 34

SI Orientation Lecture for NP 34 Teleshow, G.C. Lindsay, 4/1/1960

Box 1 of 34

Early Presidential Memorabilia Exhibit, 6/8/1960 (Carmichael)

Box 1 of 34

Rumanian Art Exhibit, 7/15/1960

Box 1 of 34

Atl Painting Presentation, Carmichael, 8/10/1960

Box 1 of 34

Audioguide Music, Hall 9, Indians, 10/13/1960

Box 1 of 34

Trial Tape for MNH (Museum of Natural History) Ground Floor Teleshow, 1961

Box 1 of 34

Box 2

Lecture, "Antiques of Notable Early Americans in the SI," G. C. Lindsay, 1/30/1961

Box 2 of 34

NP 34 Slide Lecture for MNH, 3/10/1961

Box 2 of 34

WGMS interview of Carmichael, 3/31/1961

Box 2 of 34

MHT (Museum of History and Technology) Cornerstone Ceremony, 5/19/1961 (Carmichael)

Box 2 of 34

Battison Clock Lecture, G. C. Lindsay, 2/16/1962

Box 2 of 34

Night Monkey, G. C. Lindsay, 3/23/1962

Box 2 of 34

Radio Interview with G. C. Lindsay, 4/19/1962

Box 2 of 34

Permanent Exhibition Hall, The Culture of the Pacific and Asia, 6/28/1962

Box 2 of 34

Recording of Handwoven Textile, 6/22/1962

Box 2 of 34

Audioguide, Channel 2, Fossil Mammals and Fossil Plants, and Invertebrates, 8/17/1962

Box 2 of 34

Bronze Sculpture of Elmo Pickerill, 8/29/1962

Box 2 of 34

Voice Tests from USDA, Davis, Collis, Jamison, Oppenheimer, LaCovey, Evans, Kelly, Helland, 11/9/1962

Box 2 of 34

Box 3

General Frank Lahm, 1/63 and John Rosselot, Birch Society, 4/1963

Box 3 of 34

G. C. Lindsay Audioguide, Indians, 1/3/1963

Box 3 of 34

Cullis, Audioguide, Mammals, 1/7/1963

Box 3 of 34

Cullis, Audioguide, World of Mammals, 2/13/1963

Box 3 of 34

Mammals of North America, Hall 12, 2/16/1963

Box 3 of 34

Bataan Day Ceremony, 4/8/1963

Box 3 of 34

Lafayette Escadrille, A&I, 4/19/1963

Box 3 of 34

Pfizer Drug Company, Pill Tile Ceremony, 4/22/1963

Box 3 of 34

MNH Teleshow, Grand Floor, 5/1/1963

Box 3 of 34

Opening of Dinosaur Hall, 5/25/1963

Box 3 of 34

Freedom from Hunger Stamp Exhibit Opening, A&I, 6/5/1963 (Carmichael)

Box 3 of 34

Presentation by Humble Oil Co. of Oil Flow Chart, 6/5/1963 (Carmichael) (2 reels)

Box 3 of 34

Tape for Woodward and Lothrop Display Window, 12/1963

Box 3 of 34

Box 4

Carmichael's Last Day in Charge, 1/1964 (4 reels)

Box 4 of 34

Lab Sounds, 1/1964 (3 reels)

Box 4 of 34

Whale Hall, 2/19/1964

Box 4 of 34

Teleshow, 3/1964

Box 4 of 34

Teleshow, SI Building, MNH Building, 3/1964

Box 4 of 34

Opening of Philately and Postal History Hall, 3/13/1964 (?)

Box 4 of 34

Hall of Electricity, 8/11/1964

Box 4 of 34

Science and Technology, 12/8/1964 (2 reels)

Box 4 of 34

Box 5

Art Series I on the National Gallery of Art, French Painting, Dr. Grosse Evans (Washington Tapes, Inc.), 1965

Box 5 of 34

Lecture by Ripley, 1965

Box 5 of 34

President Johnson's Speech, Flag Hall, MHT, 3/5/1965

Box 5 of 34

An MHT Hall Opening, 4/6/1965 (?)

Box 5 of 34

Smithson Bicentennial, 9/1965 (Carmichael)

Box 5 of 34

Smithson Bicentennial Speeches, 9/17/1965

Box 5 of 34

9/18/1965 (4 reels)

Box 5 of 34

Presentation of First Smithson Medal, 9/18/1965 (Ripley)

Box 5 of 34

First Scholarly Session, Knowledge Among Men, 9/18/1965 (2 reels)

Box 5 of 34

First Scholarly Session (continued) and Second Scholarly Session, Knowledge Among Men, 9/18/1965

Box 5 of 34

Second Scholarly Session (continued), 9/18/1965 (2 reels)

Box 5 of 34

Box 6

Third Scholarly Session, 9/18/1965

Box 6 of 34

Fourth Scholarly Session, 9/18/1965

Box 6 of 34

Fifth Scholarly Session, 9/18/1965 (3 reels)

Box 6 of 34

Four-Star Sapphire Presentation, 10/14/1965 (?) (Carmichael)

Box 6 of 34

Ripley's Talk to Staff, 11/16/1965

Box 6 of 34

Ripley, "Our People and Their Cities," Urban American Conference, 1966

Box 6 of 34

Interview with Dr. Washburn, Department of American Studies, 1966

Box 6 of 34

Ivy Neck Agreement Ceremony, 2/9/1966 (Ripley)

Box 6 of 34

Presentation of Plutonium Sample by Glenn Seaborg, MHT, 3/28/1966

Box 6 of 34

MHT Building, 3/29/1966 (3 reels)

Box 6 of 34

Presidential Scholars, Mr. Reedy and Rep. Brademos, 6/10/1966

Box 6 of 34

Box 7

Ripley, "Journey to the Spice Islands," Narration for Film, 9/21/1966 (2 reels)

Box 7 of 34

Ripley, "Journey to the Spice Islands," (continued), 9/21/1966

Box 7 of 34

American Glass Slide Lecture, Paul Gardner, 10/3/1966

Box 7 of 34

DC-7 Presentation, 11/18/1966

Box 7 of 34

Ripley Talk to Employees on the Budget, 11/28/1966

Box 7 of 34

Interview with Ros Downs, 12/23/1966

Box 7 of 34

Career Service Awards Ceremony, 2/13/1967 (Ripley)

Box 7 of 34

Environmental Symposium Banquet Dinner Speech, 2/18/1967

Box 7 of 34

SI Symposium II Participants Interviewed, 2/1967

Box 7 of 34

SI Symposium II Opening, 2/1967 (Ripley)

Box 7 of 34

SI Symposium II, Philip Johnson, "Why We Want Our Cities Ugly," 2/1967

Box 7 of 34

SI Symposium II, Rosenblatt Reads Wood's Paper, "Science and the City," 2/1967

Box 7 of 34

SI Symposium II, Asa Briggs, "The Sense of the Place," 2/1967

Box 7 of 34

Box 8

SI Symposium II, Hiroshi Daifuku, "The Conservation of Cultural Property," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Ian L. McHarg, "Values, Processes and Form," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Bertrand De Jouvenel, "The Stewardship of the Earth," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Ceremony, 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Paul Goodman, "Two Points of Philosophy and An Example," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Wolfgang Braunfels, "Institutions and Their Corresponding Ideals," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Edward T. Hall, "Human Needs and Inhuman Cities," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Open Seminar, 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Leo Marx, "Pastoral Ideals and City Troubles," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Rene Dubos, "Man and His Environment," 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

SI Symposium II, Closing Informal Discussions, 2/1967

Box 8 of 34

Ripley, Yale Club Dinner, 3/16/1967

Box 8 of 34

Awards for Scientific Achievement, Jim Bossday, Linguistics, 4/1967 (Ripley)

Box 8 of 34

4/7/1967 - Mendel Peterson, Chairman, Armed Forces History; Robert Widder, Assistant Chief of Exhibits, MHT Campaign exhibit; Brian Mason, Curator, Division of Meteorites, 4/10/1967; Paul Garber on Ben Franklin and 1st Balloons

Box 8 of 34

Box 9

Seventh Hodgkins Medal Award, Dr. Fritz W. Went, 4/26/1967 (2 reels)

Box 9 of 34

Cheever Meaders, Synch. sound, 5/2/1967

Box 9 of 34

Opening of Tunisian Mosaics, MNH6/7/1967

Box 9 of 34

Paul Garber, NASM (National Air and Space Museum), "Kites and Caley," 6/23/1967

Box 9 of 34

Comment WWDC, Anacostia Neighborhood Museum, 9/1967

Box 9 of 34

Opening, Anacostia Neighborhood Museum, 9/15/1967

Box 9 of 34

War in Prints, Frank Getlein, Washington Print Club, 10/26/1967

Box 9 of 34

Resolute Desk Presentation, 11/16/1967 (Ripley)

Box 9 of 34

Milton Caniff, "The American Cartoon Strip," 11/16/1967

Box 9 of 34

Ripley, "The Future of the Art Museums of Washington," 11/20/1967

Box 9 of 34

International Activities Christmas Presentation, 12/19/1967

Box 9 of 34

Tapes at Ford Theater, 1968 (3 reels)

Box 9 of 34

Box 10

Marvin Ross, Hillwood, Freer, 1968

Box 10 of 34

Pat Gates Interview of Ripley for Voice of America Breakfast, 1968

Box 10 of 34

Deena Clark, "A Moment With" Charles Nagel of the National Portrait Gallery, 1968 (?)

Box 10 of 34

Betty Groebli Interview of Ripley, 1/5/1968

Box 10 of 34

Washington Print Club Lecture, Jacob Kainen, NCFA (National Collection of Fine Arts), 2/2/1968

Box 10 of 34

Adelyn Breeskin, NCFA, Lecture, "Contemporary Painting and Sculpture," 2/12/1968

Box 10 of 34

Symposium, Library, NPG (National Portrait Gallery), NCFA, 5/4/1968

Box 10 of 34

Ripley Nepal Lecture, 5/13/1968

Box 10 of 34

Ripley Awards Presentation, 5/13/1968

Box 10 of 34

Lecture by Harvard Club at Dumbarton Oaks, 6/5/1968

Box 10 of 34

Dr. Robert Hall, Opening, Surgical Instruments Hall, MHT, 8/15/1968

Box 10 of 34

Ripley Tape of Bhutan Songs, 9/1968 (Recalled by Ripley)

Box 10 of 34

Lecture by Dr. Won-yong Kim on Korean Ceramics, 9/26/1968

Box 10 of 34

Press Preview, NPG, Philips and Nagel, 10/1/1968

Box 10 of 34

The American Hero, NPG Symposium, 10/4/1968

Box 10 of 34

Box 11

Betty Groebli Show Interview of Dr. Cunliffe, 10/4/1968

Box 11 of 34

National Portrait Gallery, 10/5/1968 (2 reels)

Box 11 of 34

Dr. Charles Nagel, NPG, 10/7/1968

Box 11 of 34

Mendel Peterson, Underwater Exploration, 10/11/1968

Box 11 of 34

Opening of the Perry Show, Ripley and Japanese Ambassador 10/19/1968

Box 11 of 34

Walter F. Reuter/Cannon: Capital Assignment, 10/24/1968

Box 11 of 34

Pineau Lecture on Perry's Japan Expedition, 10/31/1968

Box 11 of 34

Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Lecture on Methods and Styles of Teaching Music, 11/18/1968

Box 11 of 34

Dr. William Gerdts Lecture on American Sculpture, 11/8/1968

Box 11 of 34

Charles W. Shilling, History of Science Information Exchange, 12/4/1968

Box 11 of 34

Norman Geske Lecture on Venice Biennale, NCFA, 12/19/1968

Box 11 of 34

Apollo 11, Smithsonian, 1969

Box 11 of 34

Rocketry, Apollo 11 Composite, and The President's Dinner, 1969

Box 11 of 34

Ground Breaking Ceremony for Hirshhorn Museum, speech by Lyndon Baynes Johnson, 1/8/1969

Box 11 of 34

Ground Breaking Ceremony for Hirshhorn Museum, speeches by Ripley, Carl Warren, Hirshhorn, LBJ, l/8/1969

Box 11 of 34

Box 12

J. Jefferson Miller Luncheon Lecture on Ceramics, 1/2/1969

Box 12 of 34

Pat Gates Interviews Ripley on Voice of America Breakfast Show, 1/11/1969

Box 12 of 34

Henry Langlois, "Origin and History of the Cinema, "1/28/1969

Box 12 of 34

Lecture by Henry J. Seldis, Art Editor of the L. A. Times, on Rico Lebrun, 1/29/1969

Box 12 of 34

Thomas R. Stauffer, "Weaving of Persian Rugs," 2/14/1969

Box 12 of 34

Annual Link Lecture, 2/17/1969

Box 12 of 34

Ripley Talk, "Expedition of Bhutan," Constitution Hall, 2/21/1969

Box 12 of 34

Lectures by A. Albright and L. Casey, 3/5/1969, 3/26/1969

Box 12 of 34

Lecture by General Minoru Genda, "Evolution of Japanese Naval Tactics in Thirties and Early Forties," MHT, 3/5/1969

Box 12 of 34

Ripley and H. H. Humphrey, Woodrow Wilson Center, 3/6/1969

Box 12 of 34

Seminar on Art in America, NCFA, 3/7/1969 (2 reels)

Box 12 of 34

Voice of America Interview of Dr. E. H. Walker, 3/11/1969

Box 12 of 34

Paul Gardner Luncheon Lecture on Glass, 3/13/1969

Box 12 of 34

Charles Hotchkiss Lecture, MNH, "Queen of Cascades," 3/17/1969

Box 12 of 34

Neushal Lecture on Pollution, MNH, 3/18/1969

Box 12 of 34

Box 13

Remarks by Charles Eames Regarding Films, MHT, 3/25/1969

Box 13 of 34

Ethiopian Blue Nile Band, MNH, 3/27/1969

Box 13 of 34

Jacob Kainen Luncheon Lecture, "Collecting- Prints and Drawings," 4/3/1969

Box 13 of 34

Kynaston McShine Lecture, "The International Avant-Garde: Fashion and Politics," 4/10/1969

Box 13 of 34

William H. Crocker Lecture, "Current and Short-Lived Phenomena," 4/15/1969

Box 13 of 34

Richard Latham Lecture, "Industrial Design Today," 4/17/1969

Box 13 of 34

Redwood National Park, 4/18/1969

Box 13 of 34

Civil Rights Commission, "Wheels to Nowhere," 4/21/1969

Box 13 of 34

Museum Education Day, Academic Programs, SI Docents, Guests, 4/21/1969 (3 reels)

Box 13 of 34

Smithsonian Symposium Banquet, 5/16/1969 (2 reels)

Box 13 of 34

Smithsonian Symposium, "Man and Beast," Hodgkins Medalists Lectures, 5/14/1969 (Ripley) (Reel 1)

Box 13 of 34

Box 14

Smithsonian Symposium, "Man and Beast," Hodgkins Medalists Lectures, 5/14/1969 (Ripley) (Reels 2-3)

Box 14 of 34

Smithsonian Symposium, "Man and Beast, Hodgkins Medalists Lectures, 5/14/1969 - 5/16/1969 (some Ripley) (14 reels)

Box 14 of 34

Box 15

Smithsonian Symposium, "Man and Beast," Hodgkins Medalists

Box 15 of 34

Lectures, 5/14/1969 - 5/16/1969 (some Ripley) (6 reels)

Box 15 of 34

Masada Opening, MNH, 5/17/1969

Box 15 of 34

Ripley Bhutan Lecture to the Public, 5/19/1969 (2 reels)

Box 15 of 34

Seminar and Assorted Lectures, 6/13/1969

Box 15 of 34

Tibetan Art Lecture, 6/16/1969

Box 15 of 34

Dr. Francis S. Grubar, "American Genre Printing," NCFA, 7/22/1969

Box 15 of 34

NPG Lecture on Contemporary Sculpture, 8/19/1969

Box 15 of 34

Gene Davis Lecture on Contemporary Painting, NCFA, 8/26/1969

Box 15 of 34

Ripley Interview on WNYC AM, 9/18/1969

Box 15 of 34

Smithsonian, 11/4/1969

Box 15 of 34

Associates' Meeting, 11/7/1969

Box 15 of 34

Box 16

SI Press Conference on Smithsonian Magazine, 12/16/1969

Box 16 of 34

Box 17

Ripley Speech on Federal Executive Institute, 2/16/1970

Box 17 of 34

Truman Painting, NPG, 4/9/1970

Box 17 of 34

Concert, Music from Marlboro, MNH, 4/25/1970 (2 reels)

Box 17 of 34

NZP (National Zoological Park) Ceremony, Ambassador Corner of New Zealand Presenting a Tuatara, 6/4/1970

Box 17 of 34

Ripley Speech at Wadsworth Atheneum, 10/3/1970

Box 17 of 34

Tudor History Secretary, 1971

Box 17 of 34

Dedication of the Woodrow Wilson Center, 2/18/1971

Box 17 of 34

Speech by Nathan Reingold in Conjunction with 125th Anniversary Celebration, 9/21/1971

Box 17 of 34

125th Anniversary Ceremonies, 9/26/1971 (2 reels)

Box 17 of 34

Speech by Paul Garber in Conjunction with 125th Anniversary Celebration, 9/26/1971

Box 17 of 34

Betty Groebli Interview of Ripley, 10/13/1971

Box 17 of 34

Browning Award Presented by D. Challinor to Paul B. Sears, 12/1/1972

Box 17 of 34

Interview with Mr. Ripley and Representative Conable, NY, March 1972

Box 17 of 34

Panda's "Week", CBS Radio tape, 4/22/1972

Box 17 of 34

Folklife Festival, 1967, etc.

Box 17 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Interview, Station WMAL "Profile", 9/25/1967

Box 17 of 34

Eileen McCarthy's Retirement, 3/9/1973

Box 17 of 34

Chesapeake Bay Center Luncheon 3/14/1973

Box 17 of 34

Gen. Grunther, Luncheon, NPG, 2/14/1973

Box 17 of 34

Renwick Dedication, S. D. Ripley, 5/4/1973

Box 17 of 34

Smithson Medal to J. H. Hirshhorn (S. D. Ripley), 5/9/1973

Box 17 of 34

Charles G. Abbot 101st Birthday, 1973

Box 17 of 34

Ground Breaking Ceremony at Hirshhorn, 1/8/1969

Box 17 of 34

NPG Lecture, Lundon (?) Gallely, 10/4/1970

Box 17 of 34

Press Preview of Drug Exhibit, A&I, 5/16/1972

Box 17 of 34

SDR (S. Dillon Ripley) at Drug Exhibit, 5/17/1972

Box 17 of 34

W. Dillon SI Seminars--Gov. Rolf Edborg (Sweden), 3/3/1972

Box 17 of 34

Right to Vote (?)

Box 17 of 34

S. I. Great Hall, Daniel Boorstin's Farewell Party Given by SDR; Mr. Sadik Makes Presentation, 9/20/1973

Box 17 of 34

Ceremony Honoring Publication of the First Volume of the Joseph Henry Papers, 12/26/1972

Box 17 of 34

Box 18

Guide Book Introduction, Great Hall, 1/16/1974

Box 18 of 34

Dedication of Auditorium, MHT, (The Leonard Carmichael Auditorium), 1/21/1974

Box 18 of 34

SI Symposium Speeches: Symposium on Man & His Environment, February 16, 1967

Box 18 of 34

Naval Historical Foundation, November 23, 1964, Tape #1 (2 copies)

Box 18 of 34

Naval Historical Foundation, November 23, 1964, Tape #2 (2 copies)

Box 18 of 34

Collecting Furniture: Richard Howland, 2/11/1969

Box 18 of 34

H. A. Lloyd Lecture, 3/20/1959

Box 18 of 34

Opening of Hall of Historic Americans, 6/29/1964

Box 18 of 34

Glenn Campbell - Gentle on My Mind, Etc., 12/9/1968

Box 18 of 34

Newton Lecture on Costumes, 10/27/1964

Box 18 of 34

SI Teleshow (Master) - May 1963

Box 18 of 34

American Merchant Shipping Hall Presentation, 11/12/1964

Box 18 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, Bhutan Songs. September 1968

Box 18 of 34

Box 19

S. Dillon Ripley speech at the NZP. November 25, 1968

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, "Man and His Environment," 1969

Box 19 of 34

S Dillon Ripley lecture on Tibet. At NCFA, 7/9/1969.

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley introduces the Ambassador from Britain, Mr. Freeman. September 15, 1969

Box 19 of 34

Washington Post Book and Author Luncheon, 10/28/1969. Includes S. Dillon Ripley, Brian Ahearne, and Dean Acheson. 2 reels, part 1 & 2.

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley at the Yale Club, Mayflower Hotel, March 11, 1970

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley to Staff, MHT Building, April 9, 1970

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley on the Arlene Francis Radio Show, 4/16/1970

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley. Lodge on Green. October 8, 1971

Box 19 of 34

Waldemar Nielsen "The Third Sector in American Society," 10/24/1972. 2 reels. Tape 1 & 2.

Box 19 of 34

"Small Island Scops Owls," recorded by Joe Marshall for S. Dillon Ripley, 12/3/1973

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley and Paul Hurd, Jr., "Birds and the Bees," April 27, 1971. Radio Smithsonian.

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, Men's Luncheon Group, April 8, 1971

Box 19 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, San Francisco, November 7, 1970. California Academy of Scientists.

Box 19 of 34

Gem Hall Reception; Wolper-Dupont TV Series Announcement, 3/19/1974

Box 19 of 34

Men's Luncheon Group: Bronowski, Physical Anthropology, 2/26/1974

Box 19 of 34

Men's Luncheon Group: Farouk E1-Baz, NASM Speaker, 4/10/1974

Box 19 of 34

Box 20

Men's Luncheon Group: Bird House, NZP, S. Dillion Ripley, 5/8/1974

Box 20 of 34

Mary Krug Retirement Party, 7/3/1974

Box 20 of 34

NASA--Fifth Anniversary of First Landing on the Moon, Mall, near new Air and Space Building, 7/20/1974 (2 reels)

Box 20 of 34

Apollo 11, Press Conference, MHT Auditorium, 5th Anniversary of Apollo 11, 7/20/1974

Box 20 of 34

Apollo 11 Crew on the Mall (2 tapes)

Box 20 of 34

Prelude for a Great Occasion--Opening of Hirshhorn, 10/1/1974

Box 20 of 34

Browning Award to Dr. Raymond F. Dasmann, Regents Room, 10/16/1974; Also Secretary Ripley and Assistant Secretary Challinor.

Box 20 of 34

SDR--Japanese Meeting, West Conference Room, 9/24/1974 (2 tapes)

Box 20 of 34

Dr. Porter Kier's Opening of Hall of Ice Age Mammals and Emergence of Man, 9/12/1974

Box 20 of 34

Thomas Jefferson Award to SDR--Recording of Meeting Held in Presidential Suite, 9/11/1974

Box 20 of 34

Men Club's Luncheon, December 11, 1974

Box 20 of 34

J. C. Penney, December 2, 1974

Box 20 of 34

World Wildlife Fund-U.S., Press Conference on "Maximum Sustainable Yield Workshops." Speakers are S. Dillon Ripley, Godfrey Rockefeller, and Lee Talbot, 4/15/1975.

Box 20 of 34

Abram Lerner's Speech, March 10, 1975

Box 20 of 34

Box 21

Medal Presentation from Animal Welfare Institute, January 14, 1975

Box 21 of 34

Newspaper Women's Club and Convention; speech by S. Dillon Ripley, September 24, 1975

Box 21 of 34

State Dinner and Toast Given to President Ford by the Emperor of Japan; speeches by the Emperor of Japan and President Ford. In English and Japanese. October 3, 1975

Box 21 of 34

Men's Luncheon Group: August Heckscher, November 12, 1975

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Remarks, Yale Class Reunion, Class of 1936, April 29, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Presenting Awards at the Annual Academic Awards Ceremony, MHT Suite, June 9, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Presenting the Smithson Medal to Messrs. Wheeler and Moynihan; as well as other awards at an award ceremony held in the Smithsonian Building Lounge, June 24, 1976

Box 21 of 34

Wells Fargo, "Toward Our Third Century," Dinner Speech. MHT Suite, September 9, 1976

Box 21 of 34

Presentation of the Browning Award to Hedgpeth, October 18, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Remarks at the SI Council Dinner, A& I Building, October 30, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley and the Mexican Ambassador at the Chac-Mool Opening, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, November 18, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, et. al. Press Conference, SI Building Lounge, "Maximum Sustainable Yield," April 15, 1975

Box 21 of 34

Opening of NMNH Hot Shoppes, June 4, 1976

Box 21 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Lecture to Senate of Scientists, October 16, 1974

Box 21 of 34

Queen of England Visit, July 8, 1976

Box 21 of 34

Board of Regents Dinner Award to Nancy Hanks, May 10, 1976

Box 21 of 34

Box 22

Opening of Hall #10, NMNH, Ancient Ecuador, April 13, 1976

Box 22 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley Guest Speaker. National Associates/Smithsonian Magazine Luncheon, April 30, 1976

Box 22 of 34

Opening of the National Air and Space Museum, June 31, 1976

Box 22 of 34

Dedication of Paintings, MHT, October 15, 1974

Box 22 of 34

Browning Awards, October 16, 1975

Box 22 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley and Paul Garber. Awarding of the Smithson Bust, May 13, 1976

Box 22 of 34

Acheson Unveiling, NPG, October 17, 1974; With Kissinger and Harriman

Box 22 of 34

Doubleday Lecture, Isaac Asimov, April 17, 1975

Box 22 of 34

Fred Hoyle Lecture, "Origin in the Universe," January 16, 1975

Box 22 of 34

Sir Edmund Hillary, "South Pole--Continent of Adventure," November 26, 1974

Box 22 of 34

Apollo 11 Ceremony; Fifth Anniversary at NASM site, July 20, 1974 (duplicate)

Box 22 of 34

John Updike, "Education in the Real World: The Written Word," Doubleday Lecture, NMHT, December 8, 1976

Box 22 of 34

NASM Opening, July 1, 1976

Box 22 of 34

Kin and Communities Symposium, Family Policy Forum, June 15, 1976, Tapes 1 and 2

Box 22 of 34

S. Dillon Ripley, "Nation of Nations" Opening, Message on Ham Radio Station, June 8, 1976

Box 22 of 34

Box 23

Smithson Bust Presentation, May 13, 1976, S. Dillon Ripley and Paul Garber (duplicate tape)

Box 23 of 34

Tribute to Robert H. Goddard, March 16, 1976, Sponsored by NASM

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Scientists' Report on Smithsonian Research, November 6, 1975. Includes Challinor, E1-Baz, Kier, Schneiderman, Davidson.

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George Kennan Speech, WWICS (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars) Event, Great Hall, Introduced by Paul Day Cook, October 23, 1975

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James Bear Lecture, "Thomas Jefferson at Monticello," October 16, 1975

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Norman Cousins Lecture, October 8, 1975

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Raymond Loewy Lecture, Renwick Gallery, August 1, 1975

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"The Artist and the Market Place," Hirshhorn Museum, February 26, 1975, tapes 1 and 2

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Astronauts Press Conference, Fifth Anniversary of Apollo 11, July 20, 1974 (duplicate)

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Presentation of Bust of President Johnson, NPG, May 29, 1974

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Mrs. Nixon, FA & PG, April 3, 1974

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S. Dillon Ripley Anniversary Party, February 26, 1974

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Browning Award to G. Evelyn Hutchinson, Great Hall, October 27, 1971

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Hodgkins Colloquium and Medal Presentation, Dr. Lewis Mumford, October 20, 1971

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #2: Canadian Artists on Canadian Art and Audiocassette 2/4/1977.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #3: The Canadian Art Scene Today.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #4: Living in the Shadow--The Americanization of Canadian Culture and Cassette Tape 2/16/1977

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #5: Canadian Writers Forum--Is There a Distinctive Canadian Prose? And cassette.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. January 24- April 7, 1977. Tape #6: 14 Canadians: A Critic's Choice. And cassette.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #7: The Media as a Cultural Industry-Publishing in Canada. And cassette.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #8: The Media as a Cultural Industry-Film in Canada and cassette.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #9: The Media as a Cultural Industry-Radio and Television in Canada.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. January 24-April 7, 1977. Tape #10: The Role of Government in the Development of Culture in the Arts in Canada.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #11: The Cultural Renaissance of Quebec.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #12: The Dark Hamlet with the Features of Horatio--Canada's Myths and Realities.

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20th Century Canadian Culture: A Symposium. Tape #13. The Symposium Finale.

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Academic Awards Ceremony and Reception to Smithsonian Fellows -- William Warner and Award to Crimilda Pontes. May 18, 1977

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Voice of America Luncheon. MHT Suite. May 9, 1977

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Lindbergh Memorial Dinner. NASM. May 19, 1977

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National Associates Board and First James Smithson Society Dinner. NPG. October 14, 1977

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SDR Talk at Luncheon for Cultural and Press Attache's, "A Day at the Smithsonian." MHT Suite. November 1, 1977

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SDR, the Ambassador of India, and Mrs. Vance Remarks at the Opening of the Sringar (Indian Costume) Exhibition. NMNH. December 14, 1977.

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Regents Dinner, MNH Learning Center, January 16, 1978. Includes presentation of the Chase Manhattan Bank Money Collection by David Rockefeller to S. Dillon Ripley; Presentation of the Hodgkins Medal to Dr. Dalgareno by S. Dillon Ripley.

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Sidney Galler talk at the Washington Philosophical Society, April 4, 1969. "Engineering Man's Environment, an Ecological Dilemma."

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Anais Nin. Resident Associate Program, October 1, 1974 (2 reels).

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Smithsonian Christmas Party with S. Dillon Ripley, December 18, 1975.

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Ceremony Honoring Senator Fulbright. Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley, Secretary Califano (HEW) and Various Fulbright Scholars. Smithsonian Institution Commons, April 25, 1978.

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S. Dillon Ripley Remarks at Unveiling of Spencer F. Baird Statue and Regents Dinner. May 4, 1978.

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S. Dillon Ripley Remarks at the First Robert A. Brooks Award Ceremony, May 26, 1978. Mary Grace Potter Received the Award.

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James Smithson Society Dinner Presentation, 10/6/1978

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Nancy Powars Retirement Party, 9/28/1978

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Reception for American Balloonists. NASM Library. 9/14/1978

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Browning Award Ceremony, Smithsonian Lounge, November 16, 1978. S. Dillon Ripley Speaking.

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Dedication of the Leonard Carmichael Auditorium, MHT, January 21, 1974.

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Memorial Service for Dr. Alexander Wetmore, 12/18/1978. Speakers include S. D. Ripley, Dean Sayre, and the Rev. M. Chase. (1 cassette and 1 reel to reel tape). Transcription in control file.

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SDR Smithsonian Staff Christmas Party Honoring Former Mayor Walter Washington. Museum of Natural History, December 20, 1978.

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Smithsonian Luncheon Group Lecture by Marvin Sadik. National Portrait Gallery. December 14, 1978

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Robert A. Brooks Award Ceremony, May 30, 1979. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker. Harry Barton Recipient.

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Appreciation Speeches Given During Cuban Academy of Sciences Reception, May 18, 1979. Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. S. Dillon Ripley, One of the Speakers.

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Diplomatic Dinner at the Renwick Gallery. May 16, 1979. Speakers were S. Dillon Ripley and the Ambassador of Nicaragua.

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Dr. Boonsong Lekagul Lecture. World Wildlife Association. May 29, 1979. Comments by S. Dillon Ripley. Baird Auditorium, MNH.

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SI Fellows Honors Ceremony. SI Lounge. Comments by S. Dillon Ripley. June 20, 1979. (2 tapes)

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T. Ames Wheeler Retirement Reception. June 26, 1979.

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Joseph Hirshhorn 80th Birthday Celebration, August 11, 1979, (2 tapes)

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S. I. Council Dinner. Remarks by S. Dillon Ripley, and Dr. Ray, Hall of Presidents, NPG-October 20, 1979.

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Dorothy Rosenberg Farewell Party, SI Bldg. January 9, 1980. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley and Dorothy Rosenberg.

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Regents' Dinner, MHT Hall of Musical Instruments. January 27, 1980. With Michael Collins Farewell. (2 copies).

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Michael Collins Farewell Speech. January 28, 1980. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Collins.

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Regent's Dinner Party. Freer Gallery of Art. Presentation to Dorothy Rosenberg. September 16, 1979. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker. (2 copies)

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James Smithson Society Dinner. September 28, 1979. Speakers Michael Collins, Chief Justice Burger, William Anderson. (2 tapes)

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Chase Manhattan Bank Dinner. October 28, 1979. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, David Rockefeller, John Sawhill.

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Yale reception, Yale Club of Washington, D, C, March 12, 1980. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley and Mr. Green, President of the Yale Club.

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Dinner in Honor of the King and Queen of Belgium. April 21, 1980. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley and the King of Belgium.

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Regents Dinner, FA&PG Courtyard. May 4, 1980. Presentations to Mrs. Ripley and Gordon Ray. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Chief Justice Burger, Mrs. Ripley, and Gordon Ray.

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Brooks Award Ceremony, 1980. May 7, 1980. Walter J. Boyne, Recipient. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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Office of Membership and Development, Introduction to Film: The Louvre Museum, March 25, 1980. MNH. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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Fellowships and Grants, Honors Ceremony, May 13, 1980. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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SI, NSF (National Science Foundation), Grumon Corporation. Coral Reef Sneak Preview, September 17, 1980. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Dr. Fiske, Senator Pell.

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Regents Dinner, September 21, 1980. United States Supreme Court, Award ceremony for Dr. Jacchia (?). Speakers Chief Justice Burger, Dr. Haskins.

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SI Council Dinner, October 25, 1980. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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Office of Membership and Development, SI Luncheon Group, October 29, 1980. NZP Monkey House. Speakers Robert Blake, S. Dillon Ripley.

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Remarks to the Anthropological Society of Washington, December 3, 1980. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Michael Kinny, Wilton Dillon.

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Dinner for the Foreign Minutes of Japan, December 9, 1980. Speaker S. Dillon Ripley.

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Aga Khan Awards for Architecture, December 10, 1980. Sponsors SDR and the Committee to Honor the 14th Centennial of Islam. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Ambassador Battle, Aga Khan.

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Time Magazine - Man of the Year Award, January 6, 1981. Speaker President-Elect Ronald Reagan.

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President of Korea - Gift to the Smithsonian of $1 million, February 3, 1981. Speakers James Webb, President of Korea. Freer Gallery.

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Dinner for Mrs. Sadat at the Renwick Gallery, March 15, 1981. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Mrs. Sadat.

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Mrs. Sadat's Visit to the SI Castle, March 16, 1981. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Mrs. Sadat.

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Presentation of Henry Medal to John Nicholas Brown Member of the Board of Regents, May 14, 1975. (Reel #2)

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Dinner for Former Prime Minister of Japan, Fukuda. Hall of Presidents Dinner. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Fukuda. March 19, 1981.

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Reception for 5th Anniversary of Federal City; Plan and Realities. Sponsored by the National Capitol Planning Commission. Speaker, David M. Childs, Chairman of the Commission. Smithsonian Institution Building, April 20, 1981.

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Langley Theatre Dedication. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Senator Goldwater, Dr Hinners, National Air and Space Museum, May 4, 1981.

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Presentation of the Brooks Award to Kenneth Shaw and Elizabeth Bueck. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Shaw, and Bueck. May 7, 1981.

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Visit of Prime Minister of Japan and Mrs. Suzuki. Freer Tree Planting. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Prime Minister, and interpreter. May 8, 1981.

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SI Fellows Award Ceremony. SI Lounge. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley and David Challinor. June 18, 1981.

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Dinner for Dr. Philip Handler. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Handler. June 23, 1981.

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Korean Exhibit Opening and Thomas Evans Gallery Dedication, Natural History Building. Speaker, S. Dillon Ripley. July 14, 1981.

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Presentation of Smithsonian Medal to Thomas Evans, Natural History Building. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Evans. July 14, 1981.

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Dinner Honoring President Sadat at the Renwick, August 6, 1981. Speaker, Sadat.

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Regent's Dinner and HMSG (Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden) Dedication, September 13, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Mrs. Hirshhorn.

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Dinner for Prince and Princess of Japan, September 17, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Prince Hitachbi.

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JSS (James Smithson Society)/NAB (National Associates Board) Dinner, September 25, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Mr. Kemper. Flag Hall.

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SI Book Publication Reception, Smithsonian Exposition Books, September 30, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Glen Ruh.

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Dinner for IUDZG (International Union of Directors of Zoological Gardens), at Natural History Building Elephant, October 2, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Professor Heinz-Gleorge Klos.

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Yorktown Exhibition Opening, SI Lounge, October 9, 1981. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and the Ambassador of France.

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Jordanian State Dinner, Renwick, November 3, 1981. Speakers, King Hussein of Jordan.

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Regents Dinner, January 24, 1982. Speaker S. Dillon Ripley.

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SI Luncheon Group, April 6, 1982. Dr. Herman Viola. Guest Speaker.

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Senate of Scientists Dinner, May 13, 1982. 2 tapes.

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Frank Taylor Reception. Smithsonian Institution Building, Great Hall, May 19, 1982.

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Brooks Award, SI Building Lounge, May 20, 1982. S. Hughes, Speaker. Robert Burke, Recipient.

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SI Luncheon Group, May 20, 1982. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker. 2 tapes.

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Installation Ceremony and Reception for the Presidential Advisory Council on Continuing Education, SI Building Lounge, June 23, 1982. Speakers Hughes, Hon. E. Thomas Coleman, Chief Justice, and S. Dillon Ripley.

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Reception for Oklahoma Participants in the Festival of American Folklife, June 24, 1982. Speakers Phillip S. Hughes and Governor Nigh of Oklahoma.

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SI Regents' Dinner, Amphibian and Reptile House; National Zoological Park, September 19, 1982. Guest Speaker, S. Dillon Ripley (2 reels).

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Sixth Annual Smithson Dinner, Natural History Building Rotunda, September 24, 1982. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Chief Justice Burger, and James Kemper.

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Farewell Reception for Julian Euell, Assistant Secretary for Public Service, September 30, 1982. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Julian Euell.

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SI Council Dinner, October 21, 1982. Guest Speaker S. Dillon Ripley.

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Joseph Henry Award, SI Lounge, January 5, 1983. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Irving Shapiro, and Warren Robbins.

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Preview Reception for "Japanese Ceramics Today," Natural History Building Rotunda, February 10, 1983. Guest Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Mr. Okawara (Japanese Ambassador), Mr. Hayshi (President of Japan Foundation and Former Chancellor of the University of Tokyo), and Madame Tomo Kikuchi.

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Film Premiere of "Mirror of Kings," at the HMSG, March 21, 1983, on the Fourteenth Centennial of Islam. Guest speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Ambassador Battle, and Prince Talal.

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SI Luncheon Group Regarding the Quadrangle, April 20, 1983. Guest Speaker S. Dillon Ripley.

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SI Regents' Dinner, and Presentation of Langley Medals to H. Ross Perot, Jr., and J. Coburn, May 8, 1983. Guest Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Chief Justice Burger, Coburn, and Perot.

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Museum Support Center Dedication, May 16, 1983. Guest Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Dr. Kinard, and Mr. Mineta. (2 tapes).

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Brooks Award Ceremony, SI Lounge, May 19, 1983. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Gretchen Ellsworth, and Dean Anderson.

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MNH Opening, "Heritage of Islart," June 1, 1983. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley, Lucius Battle, Dr. Challinor, and Vice-President George Bush.

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Festival of American Folklife, the Governor of New Jersey's Reception, SI Great Hall and Lounge, June 22, 1983. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Governor Kean of New Jersey, and Lawrence Kramer.

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Secretary's Luncheon in Honor of Governor Kean, NMAH (National Museum of American History), June 23, 1983. Guest Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Governor Kean.

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Regents' Dinner, Arts and Industries Building, September 18, 1983. Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley, Chief Justice Burger, and Mr. and Mrs. Hohenlohe.

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Reception for the Opening of "Winston S. Churchill: Painting as a Pastime, "September 20, 1983. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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Smithson Dinner, Sponsored by the Office of Membership and Development, September 23, 1983. Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley and W. L. Hadley Griffin, Chairman, NAB.

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Retirement Party for Mr. Hohenlohe, SI Castle Lounge, November 21, 1983.

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Farewell Reception for Paul Perrot, January 23, 1984. Speakers include S. Dillon Ripley and Mr. Perrot.

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Reception Honoring the Ripley's Twenty Years at the Smithsonian, NHB Rotunda, February 1, 1984. Speakers Include Mr. Humelsine, the Vice-President, Mr. Clark, and the Ripley's.

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Dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ripley, MAH Flag Hall, February 1, 1984. Speakers include Mr. Warner, Mr. Blitzer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ripley

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Diplomatic Dinner, March 28, 1984. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker. National Portrait Gallery.

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Ribbon Cutting, Oman Reception and Exhibition, Tuesday, April 17, 1984. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley and his Excellency Ali Salim Bader Al-Hinai. SI Great Hall.

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Dinner to Honor Roger Tony Peterson, April 26, 1984. Speakers S. Dillon Ripley, Dr. Fiske, Mr. Paterson. MNH Rotunda.

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Diplomatic Luncheon to Present Plans for the Quadrangle, Tuesday, May 1, 1984. Speaker S. Dillon Ripley. NMAH Presidential Suite.

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SI Luncheon Group, May 16, 1984. Speaker S. Dillon Ripley. Meeting at the NZP.

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Yale Class of 1936, Dinner, May 19, 1984. Speakers Red Moore, Larry Hart, Peter Grace, and S. Dillon Ripley (class of 1936 Quartet). SI Great Hall/Commons.

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Luncheon for International Club, May 23, 1984. Speaker, S. Dillon Ripley. WWICS Library.

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Dinner in Honor of Dr. Arthur Sackler, June 11, 1984. Speakers, S. Dillon Ripley and Arthur Sackler. Freer Gallery of Art.

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Installation of Robert McC. Adams as Ninth Secretary of the SI, September 17, 1984. Speakers Chief Justice Warren Burger, S. Dillon Ripley, and Robert McC. Adams. Mall.

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Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Tenth Anniversary Dinner, October 2, 1984. Speakers Robert McC. Adams, Stephen Weil, Ms. Anne d'Arnoncourt, and Sidney Yates. HMSG, 2nd Floor.

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Henry Awards, Smithsonian Institution Lounge, January 5, 1983. Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley and Warren Robbins.

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Regents Dinner, January 23, 1983. Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley, Charles Blitzer, and Chief Justice Warren Burger.

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Society of Woman Geographers, April 16, 1983. S. Dillon Ripley, Speaker.

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"Silk Route" Exhibition Opening, National Museum of Natural History, May 5, 1983. Guest Speakers Include S. Dillon Ripley and the Ambassador of Narayanan.

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Smithsonian Institution Luncheon Group, National Portrait Gallery, November 7, 1984. Guest Speaker, Robert McC. Adams.

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Regents' Dinner, National Museum of American History, Palm Court, January 26, 1985.

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Regents' Dinner, Smithsonian Institution Commons, May 5, 1985. Guest Speaker, Robert McC. Adams.

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Opening Reception for the "Aditi" Exhibition Opening, National Museum of Natural History, June 3, 1985. Guest Speakers Include, Robert McC. Adams, S. Dillon Ripley, and Ambassador Bajpai.

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Smithsonian Dinner for the Soviet Art arid Cultural Community Representatives, National Portrait Gallery, May 2, 1986. Speakers Include Robert McC. Adams, and Pietrovsky.

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American-Soviet Archaeological Symposium Dinner, National Air and Space Museum, May 9, 1986. Guest Speakers Include Robert McC. Adams, and Several Soviet Participants.

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Brooks Award to Sam Greenberg, Smithsonian Institution Commons, May 21, 1986. Guest Speaker was Dean Anderson.

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Opening Dinner for "Russia, the Land, the People." Exhibition at the Renwick, October 16, 1986. Speakers include Robert McC. Adams, the Ambassador of the U.S.S.R., and Mr. Kendall, Representing the Pepsi Company.

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20th Century Canadian Culture (A Symposium held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, also see tapes listed under 1977):

"Canadian Culture Today," Northrop Fyre, February 2, 1977.

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"Canadian Artists on Canadian Art," Four Artists from the Show, February 4, 1977.

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"Living in the Shadow; the Americanization of Canadian Culture," parts I-II, 3 tapes, February 16, 1977.

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"The Media as a Canadian Culture; Publishing in Canada," parts I-II, March 2, 1977.

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"The Media as a Cultural Industry; Film in Canada," parts I-II, March 9, 1977.

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"The Media as a Cultural Industry; Radio and Television in Canada," parts I-II, March 16, 1977.

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"The Role of Government in the Development of Culture and the Arts in Canada," Andre Fortier, Under Secretary of State and former Director, Canada Council, March 23, 1977.

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"The Cultural Renaissance of Quebec," parts I-II, March 30, 1977.

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"The Dark Hamlet with the Features of Horatio: Canada's Myths and Realities," Robertson Davies, University of Toronto, April 5, 1977.

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The Symposium Finale, parts I-II, April 7, 1977.

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20th Century Canadian Culture (A Symposium held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Also see tapes listed under 1977):

"The Canadian Art Scene Today," parts I-II, 2 tapes, February 9, 1977.

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Business Committee for the Arts, Inc., held at the National Air and Space Museum. Sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution and BCA, November 6, 1986. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams; Chairman, Federal Reserve Board, and the Chairman, BCA.

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Cultural Education Committee Luncheon held in the Smithsonian Institution Parlor on January 9, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Jeannine Clark, Roger Kennedy, and Ralph Rinzler.

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Marconi International Fellowship Dinner and Award Presentation held in the Great Hall at the American Art/Portrait Gallery Building on April 8, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Chief Justice Burger, Dr. George Bugliarello, Dr. Robert Lucky, Dr. Michael Isnardi, and Professor Eric A. Ash.

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Regent's Dinner and Secretary's Medal for Exceptional Service, awarded to Dr. John Reinhardt. Held at the Hall of Presidents at the National Portrait Gallery on May 10, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Reinhardt, Justice Rehnquist, and Senator Patrick Moynihan.

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Robert A. Brooks Award for Excellence in Administration Presented to Ross B. Simons. Held in the Regents Room on May 14, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams.

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Dedication of the Enid A. Haupt Garden held on May 21, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, S. Dillon Ripley, and C. Haupt.

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Patterson Door Dedication held at the Quadrangle Garden on June 6, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Mrs. Patterson.

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Farewell Reception for Peggy Loar held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center Library on June 29, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Peggy Loar.

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Sackler Inaugural Dinner held at the Quadrangle Concourse on September 11, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Arthur M. Sackler, Thomas Lawton, Ambassador from Korea, and the Minister (Ambassador) from Japan, Hyodo.

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Sackler Gallery Opening Reception held at the Arts and Industries Building Rotunda on September 11, 1987. Speakers included Dean Anderson.

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Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Reception, Remarks, held at the Arts and Industries Building Rotunda on September 12, 1987. Speaker included Dr. Milo Beach.

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National Museum of African Art Opening Dinner held at the Quadrangle on September 15, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Sylvia Williams, and Warren Robbins.

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National Museum of African Art Review and Reception held at the Arts and Industries Building Rotunda on September 16, 1987. Speakers included Freudenheim, Mr. Seiber, and Sylvia Williams.

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Facilities Services Reception held at the Quadrangle Concourse on September 21, 1987. Speakers included Dean Anderson and Richard Siegle.

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Ripley Center Dedication Reception held at the Quadrangle on September 18, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Secretary Emeritus S. Dillon Ripley.

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CWA (Committee for a Wider Audience) Reception held at the Quadrangle Concourse on September 22, 1987. Speaker included Robert McC. Adams.

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Regents Reception, Remarks, held at the Quadrangle Concourse on September 27, 1987. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, S. Dillon Ripley, and Chief Justice Rehnquist.

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Quadrangle Dedication Ceremony held in the Haupt Garden on September 28, 1987. Speakers included Robert Kinard, Robert McC. Adams, S. Dillon Ripley, and Carlhian Armstrong.

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Remarks at the Opening Reception in the Quadrangle for the International Gallery and the "Generations" Exhibition. Sponsored by the Resident Associates Program, Department of International Activities, and SITES (Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service), September 19, 1987. Speakers included Dean Anderson, Under Secretary.

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Opening Reception of the Entire Quadrangle Complex for Area School Teachers, September 23, 1987, Sponsored by the Office of the Committee for a Wider Audience. Speakers included Ralph Rinzler and Vera Hyatt.

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Langley Medal Presentation to Senator Barry Goldwater, November 3, 1987 at AA/PG (American Art/Portrait Gallery) Building, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Senator Goldwater.

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"Elba to Damascus" Celebration Reception at MNH, November 5, 1987, Sponsored by SITES. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Hoffman and Mrs. Kanafani, Charge d'Affaires, Syrian Embassy.

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Regents Dinner in Honor of Dr. David Challinor, January 31, 1988, sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. The Dinner was held at NASM. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, the Chief Justice and Dr. Challinor.

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National Academy of Sciences Roundtable, Friday, February 5, 1988, held in the Quadrangle, Room 3035. Welcoming Remarks by Robert McC. Adams.

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Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents Dinner, May 8, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary, and held at the A&I Building Rotunda. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mrs. Charles Clark, SI Regent, and Mr. Richard West, Member of the Smithsonian Cultural Education Committee.

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Brooks Award Ceremony, May 11, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Robert Perkins, Recipient.

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"Tropical Rainforest" Exhibition Opening Reception, May 20, 1988, Sponsored by SITES, and held in the Quadrangle. Robert McC. Adams, Speaker.

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Mary Livingston Ripley Garden Dedication, May 25, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary, and held in the Ripley Garden. Speakers included the Under Secretary, Mrs. Valerie Burden, Mrs. Jeannine Clark and Mrs. Mary Ripley.

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Smithsonian Institution - Nature Conserve Reception, June 10, 1988, sponsored by the Assistant Secretary f or External Affairs. Speakers included Dr. Lovejoy, David Harrison, Chairman, Nature Conserve; Joan Martin Brown, UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme); Frank Boren, President, Nature Conserve; David Hopper, Senior Vice-President for Policy, Planning, and Research, the World Bank. Held at the Quadrangle.

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Remarks from the Garden Party in Honor of Edward P. Boland, Tuesday, June 14, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary, and held at the A&I Garden. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Edward Boland.

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Board of Regents Dinner, June 18, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary, and held at NASM. Speakers included the Chancellor, Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Harwit, and Dr. Whipple.

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James Smithson Society/National Associates Board Dinner Remarks, September 23, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of Membership and Development, and held at the NMAH Flag Hall. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Charles Dickey, Chairman, NAB.

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Remarks Following Smithsonian Institution Council Dinner, October 22, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and the Management Analysis Office, and held at NMAH. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Professor Neil Harris, Chairman of the SI Council.

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Dinner in Honor of Andrei Sakharov and Other Soviet Scholars, November 14, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Andrei Sakharov.

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Remarks made following the Vever Dinner at the Sackler Gallery, November 17, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Dr. Milo Beach.

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Tree Planting Ceremony in Memory of Joseph Coudon VII, December 16, 1988, Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary, held at the A&I Building Rotunda. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Mrs. Coudon.

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Constitution Week, September 17-23, 1988. Free Interview/Discussion between Marc Pachter, National Portrait Gallery, and Honorable Charles McC. Mathias. Held at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden on September 23, 1988.

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Quincentenary Inaugural Dinner, January 10, 1989. Sponsored by the Office of the Secretary. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, the Ambassador of Uruguay, and Mario Correa, Cultural Attache from the Embassy of Chile.

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Board of Regents Dinner held at The Supreme Court on 29 January 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, the Chief Justice, and David Acheson. (2 copies).

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Reception for Soviet Ballet Troupe at the Secretary's Meeting Room, 10 February 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, and Howard Gilman, a New York Philanthropist.

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Secretary Robert McC. Adams remarks at the Barney Studio House Dinner, 3 April 1989.

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Reception for Viewing "The Rights of Man" and "The Constitution of 1789," held in the A & I Building Rotunda, 2 May 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and the Ambassador of France.

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Remarks Following the Board of Regents Dinner on 7 May 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Sylvia Williams, Director of the National Museum of African Art.

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The Robert A. Brooks Award Presentation and Reception held at the WWICS Library, 10 May 1989. Speakers included Robert MCC. Adams, Francine Berkowitz, and John Clarke.

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Second Annual Congressional Garden Party held at the A & I Building Rotunda, 13 June 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and the Honorable Jaime Whitten.

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Luncheon to Open the Festival of American Folklife (1989), held at the National Museum of American History Rooftop, 23 June 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and the Minister of France Tourism, Oliver Stirn.

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Reception Celebrating Hawaii' s Participation in the 1989 Folklife Festival, held at the A & I Building Rotunda, 23 June 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and the Governor of Hawaii.

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Board of Regents Dinner Remarks held at the Quadrangle Concourse, 17 September 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Freudenheim, and Vera Hyatt.

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Dinner for Current and Former Members of the National Board of the Smithsonian Associates held at the A & I Building Rotunda, 23 September 1989. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, the Chancellor, and the Chairman of the Board, Mrs. Wray.

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VIARC (Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center) Reception, Opening of the Smithsonian Institution Information Center, Great Reception Hall, 14 November 1989. The Speaker was Robert McC. Adams.

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Board of Regents Dinner held in the Rotunda at the Arts and Industries Building, 1 January 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, the Chancellor, and Mrs. Wilmot Kidd, III.

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Marconi International Fellowship Award Dinner held at the Portrait Gallery, 25 April 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Alan Bromley, Dr. Viterbi, and Dr. Rappaport.

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Regents Dinner held at the National Museum of American History, 6 May 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mr. Acheson, and Mr. Kennedy.

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Remarks Made at the Unveiling of Bust of S. Dillon Ripley Reception held in the Quadrangle, 11 May 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and S. Dillon Ripley.

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"Yokohama" Exhibition Opening Dinner held at the Sackler Gallery, 23 May 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Milo Beach, Mr. Morata, and Ambassador Leonhart.

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The Robert A. Brooks Award Presentation held in the Commons of the Smithsonian Institution Building, 28 June 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Herman Thompson, and Kathy Kerby.

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Regents Dinner held at the National Air and Space Museum, 16 September 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Chief Justice Rehnquist.

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National Associates Board/James Smithson Society Black Tie Dinner, 21 September 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Elizabeth Broun, Gay Wray, and Sam DeVincent.

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National Associates Board Dinner, 22 September 1990. Secretary Robert McC. Adams was the Speaker with an Introduction by the Chair, Gay Wray.

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Smithsonian Institution Council Luncheon held at the Portrait Gallery, 12 October 1990. Secretary Robert McC. Adams was the Speaker.

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Remarks at the Exhibition Opening Dinner for "Moscow: Treasures and Traditions," held in the Quadrangle, 14 November 1990. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mr. Frank Shrontz (President and Company Executive Officer at Boeing), the Ambassador of the U.S.S.R., and the Minister of Culture of the U.S.S.R.

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United States/U.S.S.R. Cultural Project Dinner held in the Renwick Salon, 1 December 1990. Speakers included Mr. Freudenheim, and Mr. Hudonazarov.

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Luncheon for Latin American Diplomats held at the Portrait Gallery, 11 March 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Wyngaarden, Dr. Dinneen, and Tom Lovejoy.

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Association of American Universities Dinner held at the Portrait Gallery, 15 April 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams. (2 tapes)

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Board of Regents Dinner held in the Great Hall at the Portrait Gallery, 5 May 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Elizabeth Broun, and Alan Fern.

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Brooks Award Ceremony held in the Commons at the Smithsonian Institution Building, 14 June 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mrs. Brooks, Ms. Petroski, and Mrs. Lombardo.

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Board of Regents Dinner held on 15 September 1991. The Speaker was Chief Justice Rehnquist.

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James Smithson Society/Smithsonian National Board Dinner held 20 September 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mrs. Gay Wray, Mr. Edwin Bitter, Mr. Edward Ezell, and Dr. Martin Harwit.

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Smithsonian National Board Dinner held in the Arts and Industries Building Rotunda, 21 September 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Dr. Tom Lovejoy, and the Chairman of the Board, Mrs. Gay F. Wray.

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Smithsonian Institution Council Dinner held at the Palm Court, 26 October 1991. Speakers Included Robert McC. Adams, Mr. Charles Blitzer, Dr. Carl Schorske, Professor Neil Harris, and Mr. Mike Young.

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"Degenerate Art" Exhibition Viewing and Dinner held in the Commons of the Smithsonian Institution Building on 19 November 1991. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams, Mr. Kovler, and Congressman Sidney Yates.

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Memorial Service for Under Secretary Carmen E. Turner held in the Great Hall Smithsonian Institution Building, 21 April 1992. Speakers included the Rev. Kwasi Thornell, Mrs. Jeannine Clark, Robert McC. Adams, Mr. James Woolsey, and Mrs. Claudine Brown.

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Presentation of the Secretary's Gold Medal (posthumously) to Robert Burke held at the Commons of the Smithsonian Institution Building, 12 May 1992. Speakers included Robert McC. Adams and Mrs. Robert Burke.

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Mammals of North America (2 tapes)

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Cullis Finished Tape Bear Sound

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Cullis Mammals North America #2

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Fossils: Dr. Nicholas Norton

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NZP and its Inhabitants Dr. Reed; Story of NPG Robert Stewart; Catalog of American Portraits. Virginia Purdy

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Capital Assignment with Cap. Roger

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Dr. Bishop and Dr. Green: Archaeology

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Right to Vote

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Interview with Don Kessinger (Chicago Cubs)

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Volcano Sounds

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Tim Jecko

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Whale Recordings

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U.S. Army Band, "Walking Down to Washington."

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Sample Narrators

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Radio Smithsonian "Terms of the Social Contract."

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Radio Smithsonian "Good Side of Bats" and "Secrets of Mars."

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Radio Smithsonian "A Conversation with Edward Teller."

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Alan Smith: Ceramics MHT

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MHT Marion Ross "Faberge and his Contemporaries."

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Ripley Speech at NZP

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1 16mm Motion Picture Ffilm: "Secretary's Copy of Bicentennial Film."

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Interview with Secretary Robert McC. Adams by Phil McCombs of the Washington Post, on 20 April 1988, at the Secretary's office in the Smithsonian Institution Building

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V.P. Agnew Speech, 10/15/1973

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SI Symposium 5/14/1969 2 reels

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SI Symposium 5/15/1969 2 reels

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