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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 96-093

Smithsonian Institution. Assistant Provost for the Arts and Humanities

Records, 1989-1995

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Institution. Assistant Provost for the Arts and Humanities
Title: Records
Dates: 1989-1995
Quantity: 9 cu. ft. (9 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 96-093
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

The Office of Assistant Secretary for Museums was created in February 1986, then renamed the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities in fiscal year 1992, and became the Assistant Provost for Arts and Humanities in October 1994. In early 1996 the Office was absorbed by the Office of the Provost, and the position of Assistant Provost was eliminated. Tom L. Freudenheim served in the position from its inception in 1986 to its elimination in 1996. This accession consists of records that document the official functions of the Office of the Assistant Provost for Arts and Humanities (OAP-A/H) and its predecessors from 1989 through 1995, although the bulk of the records date from 1993 to 1995. They consist mostly of memoranda, correspondence, and reports generated both within and outside of the Institution, which reflect the operations of bureaus and offices over which the Assistant Provost had oversight. The records also document Smithsonian-wide issues and initiatives that the Assistant Provost was involved with or had interest in. In addition, the OAP-A/H administered the Special Exhibition Fund (SEF), which was established in October 1984 to fund significant exhibitions beyond the normal financial capabilities of SI bureaus. These records include SEF application files for fiscal years 1993-1995, which contain funding proposals, reviewer ratings and comments, internal memoranda and correspondence about the proposals, and background information about the exhibitions.

Historical Note

The Office of Assistant Secretary for Museums was created in February 1986, then renamed the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities in fiscal year 1992, and became the Assistant Provost for Arts and Humanities in October 1994. In early 1996 the Office was absorbed by the Office of the Provost, and the position of Assistant Provost was eliminated. Tom L. Freudenheim served in the position from its inception in 1986 to its elimination in 1996.

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Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of records which document the official functions of the Office of the Assistant Provost for Arts and Humanities (OAP-A/H) and its predecessors from 1989 through 1995, although the bulk of the records date from 1993 to 1995. They consist mostly of memoranda, correspondence, and reports generated both within and outside of the Institution, which reflect the operations of bureaus and offices over which the Assistant Provost had oversight. The records also document Smithsonian-wide issues and initiatives that the Assistant Provost was involved with or had interest in.

In addition, the OAP-A/H administered the Special Exhibition Fund (SEF), which was established in October 1984 to fund significant exhibitions beyond the normal financial capabilities of Smithsonian Institution (SI) bureaus. These records include SEF application files for fiscal years 1993-1995, which contain funding proposals, reviewer ratings and comments, internal memoranda and correspondence about the proposals, and background information about the exhibitions.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 96-093, Smithsonian Institution, Assistant Provost for the Arts and Humanities, Records

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Container List

Box 1

Accessibility Council, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

America's Endeavor

Box 1 of 9

Archives of American Art, 1994

Box 1 of 9

Basora, Ambassador Adrian, 1994-1995

Box 1 of 9

Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts/National Gallery of Art, 1993

Box 1 of 9

Capital Planning Board, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Collections Management Policy, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Council of Bureau Directors (COBD), 1995

Box 1 of 9

"D"

Box 1 of 9

Disney's America, 1993-1994

Box 1 of 9

Experimental Gallery (ExGal) and Mirror of Martyrs, 1993-1994 (4 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Friends of the Art Museum, 1994

Box 1 of 9

Freer/Sackler, 1992-1994 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Germany/American Academy in Berlin, 1994

Box 1 of 9

Hirshhorn Museum, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Istanbul, 1993

Box 1 of 9

Israel, 1993-1994 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 9

Inspector General, 1994

Box 1 of 9

International Gallery, 1994-1995

Box 1 of 9

International Gallery - Topkapi Ceramics

Box 1 of 9

International Gallery - German Exhibition

Box 1 of 9

Institutional Initiatives, 1994

Box 1 of 9

Box 2

Metrics

Box 2 of 9

National Air and Space Museum, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 2 of 9

National Air and Space Museum - Enola Gay (2 folders)

Box 2 of 9

National Museum of African Art - Legislative History

Box 2 of 9

National Museum of American Art (NMAA), 1994

Box 2 of 9

NMAA - Marcia Battle hiring

Box 2 of 9

National Endowment for the Arts, 1994

Box 2 of 9

National Endowment for the Humanities, 1994

Box 2 of 9

National Museum of Natural History, 1994

Box 2 of 9

Sponsored Projects

Box 2 of 9

Partners for Liveable Communities, 1994

Box 2 of 9

Research Equipment Pool

Box 2 of 9

Forum on Material Culture

Box 2 of 9

Professional Accomplishment Evaluation Committee (PAEC)

Box 2 of 9

Photography Commission

Box 2 of 9

National Portrait Gallery - Collection Management Policy

Box 2 of 9

National Postal Museum, 1993-1994

Box 2 of 9

Resumes, 1995

Box 2 of 9

Rockefeller Foundation

Box 2 of 9

Secretary's Correspondence from Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities, 1994

Box 2 of 9

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), 1994

Box 2 of 9

SI Libraries, 1994-1995

Box 2 of 9

SI Year, 1994

Box 2 of 9

Thank-you notes, 1993-1994

Box 2 of 9

Undersecretary's Office, 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 2 of 9

Visitors, foreign, 1994-1995

Box 2 of 9

White House Historical Association, 1994-1995

Box 2 of 9

Box 3

Archives of American Art, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Accessibility, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Anacostia Museum, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Cooper-Hewitt, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Hirshhorn Museum, 1995

Box 3 of 9

International Gallery, 1995

Box 3 of 9

International Gallery - Topkapi

Box 3 of 9

International Gallery - Tibetan Art

Box 3 of 9

National Museum of African Art, 1995

Box 3 of 9

National Air and Space Museum, 1995

Box 3 of 9

National Air and Space Museum - Enola Gay (2 folders)

Box 3 of 9

National Museum of American Art, 1995

Box 3 of 9

National Portrait Gallery, 1994-1995

Box 3 of 9

National Portrait Gallery Commission

Box 3 of 9

National Portrait Gallery, Hall of Presidents

Box 3 of 9

National Postal Museum, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Office of Exhibits Central, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Institutional Studies Office, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Center for Museum Studies/Office of Museum Programs, 1994-1995

Box 3 of 9

Sackler Gallery, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Secretary's Correspondence - Assistant Secretary, 1994-1995

Box 3 of 9

SITES, 1995

Box 3 of 9

College Art Asssociation

Box 3 of 9

Institute of Museum Service, 1994-1995

Box 3 of 9

Pennsylvania Development Corp., 1994

Box 3 of 9

Louisiana State Museum, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Franklin Delano Roosevelt History Month, 1995

Box 3 of 9

Lampadia Foundation, 1995

Box 3 of 9

National Medical Science Museum, 1993

Box 3 of 9

Grossman/Murphy Television Proposal

Box 3 of 9

Box 4

Independent Curators, Inc.

Box 4 of 9

Museum Cost Study, 1995

Box 4 of 9

Jane Glaser's Projects, 1990-1995 (3 folders)

Box 4 of 9

Gender Issues (2 folders)

Box 4 of 9

Museum Careers

Box 4 of 9

Who Owns History Symposium, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1994

Box 4 of 9

20th Century Consort, 1994-1995

Box 4 of 9

Bureau of Museum Services, 1990-1992

Box 4 of 9

National Museum of American History (NMAH), 1994-1995 (2 folders)

Box 4 of 9

NMAH Collection Management

Box 4 of 9

NMAH Deaccessioning/Disposal

Box 4 of 9

National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), 1995

Box 4 of 9

NMAI Legislation, 1989

Box 4 of 9

NMAI Trustees Indemnification

Box 4 of 9

NMAI Repatriation

Box 4 of 9

NMAI, 1994 (2 folders)

Box 4 of 9

NMAI, 1995

Box 4 of 9

NMAI Collections Committee, 1995

Box 4 of 9

Exhibit Process

Box 4 of 9

Box 5

Exhibit Process, 1993-1994

Box 5 of 9

Marilyn Rothenberg

Box 5 of 9

Exhibition Planning Responses, 1994-1995

Box 5 of 9

Exhibit Process

Box 5 of 9

ALPHABETIC FILES - 1993 CORRESPONDENCE, A-Z:

A

Box 5 of 9
Aagerstoun, Mary Jo
Abdy, Valentine
Adams, Celeste
Allan, William & Wm. Wiley
Amramowitz, Barbara
Auping, Michael

B

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Baas, Jacquelynn
Bailey, Clinton
Baskin, Bonnie
Basony, Caroline
Beasley, Bruce
Beck, James
Benzoor, Nina
Berenbaum, Michael
Berman, Nancy
Berry, Max
Bloom, Joel
Bloom, Margo
Bloomfield, Sarah
Boasberg, Tersh
Braufman, Sheila
Broad, Eli
Brodie, M.J.
Burnham, Irene

C

Box 5 of 9
Chanin, Clifford
Christ, Carol
Cobb, Nina
Cole, Dollie
Connington, Karen
Course, Tim
Cronin, Robert
Crystal, Lester
Cuno, James

D

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Darragh, Joan
Dattner, Richard
Davidson, Joan
Decato, Carolyn
Delehanty, Suzanne
Depetrillo, David
Dodd, James
Donnelly, Maureen
Duffey, Joseph
Dyer, Emily

E-F

Box 5 of 9
Ebersole, Susan
Edelberg, Edwin
Edmister, Stan
Eggert, Carolyn
Ellsworth, Gretchen
England, Richard
Erskine, Peter
Feld, Stuart
Fishoff, Iris
Frank, Sandy
Frankel, Diane
Fred, Morris
Freeman, Barbara
Frost, Pat
Fuentes, Sonia

G

Box 5 of 9
Gerstenfeld, Jesse
Gingold, Barbara
Globus, Dorothy
Goldstein, Judy
Graham, Patricia
Green, David
Grunberger, Michael
Gund, Graham
Gundersheimer, Werner

H-I

Box 5 of 9
Hachlili, Rachel
Halpern, Charles
Hammond, G. A.
Hanes, Philip
Harriell, Byl
Harris, Neil
Haupt, Enid
Hawley, Anne
Hechinger, John
Herko, Carl
Hilzim, Mark
Hirano, Irene
Hochkofler, Annelie
Hodes, Suzanne
Hoffberger, Alban
Holgate, Nicholas
Hunter, Jack
Indick, Janet

J-K

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Jeffrey, Graham
Johnson, Peter
Jones, Theresa
Judelson, Paul
Kainen, Jacob
Karp, Ivan
Katz, Elai
Keck, Sheldon
Khan, Hasan-Uddin
Kidwell, Clara Sue
Kissiloff, William
Kogod, Robert
Krainer, Josef
Kurin, Richard

L

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Lader, Philip
League, Mike
Lerman, MilesvLerner, Abram
Lesser, Laurence
Levine, Renee
Lieberman, William
Lieberman, Roberta
Luria, David
Lyon, Marilyn

M-N

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Mandle, Roger
Mansback, Steven
Marzio, Peter
Mayer-Meintschel, Annaliese
McDonnell, Patricia
Messer, Tom
Millon, Henry
Moffett, Charles
Moore, G. P.
Morawinska, Agnieszka
Mordes, Marvin
Nadworny, Laura
Nordeman, Jacques

P

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Palmgren, Mark
Parenti, Nicholas
Parisier, David
Perrot, Paul
Peter, Johnson
Phillips, Julie
Piasecki, Vivian
Pierce, Robert
Pitman, Bonnie
Poole, Jillian
Potamkin, Meyer
Powell, Earl
Pulitzer, Emily Rauh

R

Box 5 of 9
Rassweiler, Anne
Rattazzi, Serena
Raymond, Dana
Reed, Eleanor
Roosevelt, Curtis
Rosenbaum, Joan
Rosenberg, Eleanor
Rosenthal, Mark
Ross, Wilbur
Rothschild, Baron Eric
Rudenstine, Angelica

S

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Sackler, Arthur
Salway, Harold
Sarna, Jonathan
Shimmel, Paul
Schoener, Allon
Senecal, Michelle
Shamer, Margaret
Shestack, Alan
Siegesmund, Richard
Sieradski, Philip
Smith, Henry
Snyder, James
Sollod, Ellen
Soltes, Ori
Sorensen, Ruth Cummings
Spanel, Donald
Spiller, Harley
Szeged, Jacobovits

T-V

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Taussig, Joseph
Tharsing, Robert
Tien, Chang-Lin
Tinterow, Gary
Tocci, Michelle
Townsend, Anne Van Devanter

V-W

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Vance, Jim
Varnedoe, Kirk
Viken, Jeffrey
Voelkel, David
Wagner, Diana
Weinberg, Jeshajahu
Wellin, Nancy
West, Dorothy
Weyl, Martin
Wolin, Penny
Woolsey, James
Wunder, Van

Y-Z

Box 5 of 9
Yates, Sidney
Yehudit
Yochelson, Bonnie
Zegart, Shelly
Ziolkowski, Ruth
Zona, Louis

ALPHABETIC FILES - 1994 CORRESPONDENCE, A-Y:

A

Box 5 of 9
Abdy, Valentine
Alapitvany, Karolyi
Albahari, Miriam
Allen, Jennifer
Antaramian, John
Asadorian, Diane
Atagok, Tomur
Axelrod, Herbert

B

Box 5 of 9
Barkan, Shlomit
Batkin, Norton
Beasley, Bruce
Berenbaum, Michael
Berman, Philip
Berman, Samuel
Berry, Max
Bolger, Doreen
Bolshaw, Cynthia
Bowron, Peter
Brodie, Jay
Brown, Augustus
Bullard, John
Bury, Velma

C

Box 5 of 9
Cachin, Francoise
Cahen, Joel
Cantone, Victor
Castelli, Leo
Causey, Faya
Cavalcanti, Dinah Guimaraens
Cembalest, Robin
Chatfield-Taylor, Adele
Clulow, James
Conforti, Michael
Conticello, Baldsare
Cook, John
Corson, Christopher
Crissman, James
Cullinane, Joanne
Cuno, James

D

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Dattner, Richard
Davis, Sam
Dekel, Tsophia
Delehanty, Suzanne
Deloria, Vine
Desmarais, Charles
Devanter, Ann

E-F

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England, Richard
Erskine, Peter
Farrington, Anne
Feder, Ruth
Fink, Eleanor
Fishman, Bernard
Fitzpatrick, Robert
Fleming, Thomas
Frank, Bernard
Frankel, Diane
Fraser, Julie
Freeman, Kathryn
French, Stephanie
Fridman, Lin
Fromer, Seymour
Fuentes, Sonia
Fullingim, John

G

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Galbraith, Erin
Geber, David
Gill, Norman
Goldstein, David
Golub, Judith
Gonen, Rivka
Gordon, Ted
Gortzak, H. J.
Grace, Gerd
Gray, Hanna
Greene, Eric
Griffin, Randall
Gross, Chaim
Grossman, Grace

H-I

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Hackes, Jessie
Hamacher, Silke
Hanes, Philip
Hardin, Tracy
Harris, Robert
Haupt, Enid
Henderson, Marina
Hoffmann, Ronald
Humphrey, Heidi
Igoe, Kim

J-K

Box 5 of 9
Judelson, Paul
Kamm, James
Kammen, Michael
Katz, Karl
Katz, Stanley
Kemper, James
Khan, Hasan-Uddin
Kingsley, April
Kocot, Marion
Kowalczyk, Richard
Krus, David
Kuhlman, Tulip
Kuhlman, Walter

L

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Lane, John
LeBrun, Tim
Leiber, Judith
Lemelson, Jerome
LeMoine, Jack
Lesser, Laurence
Levin, Dave
Levy, David
Lewin, Ann
Lippincott, Kristen
Lombardo, Peter
Lowry, Glenn
Luce, Henry

M

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Maas, Francis
MacIntosh, Kerry
Manea, Norman
Marious, Richard
Massey, Eric
Maxon-Edgerton, Gayle
McCarthy, Meg
McKendric, Gigi
McNulty, Robert
Meltzer, Robert
Mendiola, Anna
Mennello, Marilyn
Mersky, Marybeth
Micozzi, Marc
Mintz, Ward
Morgan, Paul
Musher, Joshua

N

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Naegele, Timothy
Narkiss, Bezalel
Nensel, Mark

P

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Paris, Deborah
Parker, Harry
Parrott, Kristen
Perl, Moshe
Pieczenik, Roberta
Pitcaithley, Dwight
Polsky, Cynthia
Potemkin, Alexander
Powell, Earl
Pulitzer, Emily

R

Box 5 of 9
Rachum, Ilan
Rattazzi, Serena
Richard, Chava
Rogow, Yitzhak
Rooney, William
Rosenbaum, Joan
Ross, Wilbur

S

Box 5 of 9
Salisbury, Harrison
Sarmany-Parsons, Ilona
Schepps, Marc
Schermer, Lloyd
Silier, Orhan
Sienkiewicz, Eleanor
Simons, Patricia
Spann, Katherine
Stillman, Brandt
Stouffer, Vicki
Strickler, Susan
Szeged, Adriaan Jacobovits

T

Box 5 of 9
Tigrid, Pavel
Trapp, Frank
Tressel, Georg

V

Box 5 of 9
Vadasz, Gaston
Vikan, Gary

W

Box 5 of 9
Wellin, Nancy
Welu, James
Weyl, Martin
Wilburn, Robert
Williams, Gymeka

Y

Box 5 of 9
Yelen, Alice

Box 6

CHRONOLOGIC FILES

Correspondence & Memoranda, January - December, 1993 (12 folders)

Box 6 of 9

Correspondence & Memoranda, January - December, 1994 (12 folders)

Box 6 of 9

Correspondence & Memoranda, February - November, 1995

Box 6 of 9

Box 7

SPECIAL EXHIBITION FUND

Exploration in Art Series, Experimental Gallery

Box 7 of 9

Dancing with DuBuffet, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Box 7 of 9

The Power of Maps, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum

Box 7 of 9

Malcolm X: Man, Ideal, Icon, Anacostia Museum

Box 7 of 9

Art - Planning:

Orientation Program for the Freer Gallery of Art - Lucia Pierce, Freer Gallery of Art, $13,700 ($112, 111), 1/1993

Box 7 of 9

Ancient Cities of the Indus Valley - Patrick Sears, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, $20,381 ($112,111), 2/1993

Box 7 of 9

Art - Implementation:

Echoes of Ceremony and Pleasure: Korean Art of the Eighteenth Century - Patrick Sears, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, $119,722 ($783,863), 3/1993

Box 7 of 9

The Arts and Cultures of the Islamic World - Milo Beach/Sylvia Williams, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery/National Museum of African Art, $500,000 ($7,475,000), 4/1993

Box 7 of 9

Mechanical Brides: Women and Machines from Home to Office - Ellen Lupton, Cooper-Hewitt, $125,000 ($496,226), 5/1993

Box 7 of 9

Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Amada Cruz Harman, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, $42,908 ($202, 381), 6/1993

Box 7 of 9

The Collection Reviewed - Neal Benezra, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, $81,550 ($215,532), 7/1993

Box 7 of 9

Reporting the War: The Journalistic Coverage of World War II - Beverly Cox, National Portrait Gallery, $42,775 ($511,775), 819/93

Box 7 of 9

Jacob Kainen - Virginia Mecklenburg, National Museum of American Art, $22,500 ($298,000), 9/1993

Box 7 of 9

Rhythm of Life: Roy Decarava Photographs - Merry Forresta, National Museum of American Art, $296,657 ($579,803), 10/1993

Box 7 of 9

Explorations in Art - Kimberly Camp, Experimental Gallery, $179,800 ($420,224), 11/1993

Box 7 of 9

History - Planning:

Making Freedom Pay - Sharon Reinckens, Anacostia Museum, $20,300 ($20,300), 12/1993

Box 7 of 9

History of Radar - Bernard Finn, National Museum of American History, $7,800 ($7,800), 16/1993

Box 7 of 9

Hall of Musical Instruments - James Weaver, National Museum of American History, $25,000 ($55,000), 17/1993

Box 7 of 9

A Long Twilight Struggle - Tom Crouch/Art Molella, National Air and Space Museum/National Museum of American History, $25,000 ($148,250), 19/1993

Box 7 of 9

Divided Skies - Nadya Makovenyi, National Air and Space Museum, $25,000 ($108,863), 20/1993

Box 7 of 9

Understanding the Universe - Nadya Makovenyi, National Air and Space Museum, $25,000 ($240,604), 21/1993

Box 7 of 9

Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Nadya Makovenyi, National Air and Space Museum, $25,000 ($103,142), 22/1993

Box 7 of 9

History - Implementation:

Before Freedom Came - Cynthia Haley, Anacostia Museum/SITES, $246,050 ($496,291), 13/1993

Box 7 of 9

The Black Mosaic - Sharon Reinckens, Anacostia Museum, $250,000 ($348,900), 14/1993

Box 7 of 9

Science in American Life - Art Molella, National Museum of American History, $196,400 ($3,825,000), 15/1993

Box 7 of 9

Appomattox Court House Furniture - James Hutchins, National Museum of American History, $42,870 ($77,134), 18/1993

Box 7 of 9

Vietnam - Nadya Makovenyi, National Air and Space Museum, $250,000 ($1,928,055), 23/1993

Box 7 of 9

Science - Implementation:

African Experiences - Ivan Karp, National Museum of Natural History, $300,300 ($654,700), 24/1993

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More than Meets the Eye - Catherine Sterling, SITES, $85,000 ($184,887), 25/1993

Box 7 of 9

Art and Interpretation in the Invertebrate Exhibit - Alan Peters, National Zoological Park, $74,712 ($108,571), 26/1993

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Project 21 - Alfred Rosenberger, National Zoological Park, $183,000 ($227,500), 27/1993

Box 7 of 9

Miscellaneous - Implementation:

A Rural Initiative: Reaching New Communities - Marty Sewell, SITES, $162,029 ($571,092), 28/1993

Box 7 of 9

Culture of the Borderlands - Olivia Cadaval, Center for Folklife Programs, $48,850 ($495,770), 29/1993

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Jerusalem/Al-Quds/Yerushalayim - Amy Horowitz, Center for Folklife Programs, $46,000 ($866,000), 30/1993

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Workers at the White House - Marjorie Hunt, Center for Folklife Programs, $23,185 ($101,835), 31/1993

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Box 8

SEF PROPOSALS, 1994:

Ainu

Box 8 of 9

Segesser Hides

Box 8 of 9

Artistic Impressions: Ellington

Box 8 of 9

Crossroads

Box 8 of 9

Reporting the War

Box 8 of 9

Science in American Life

Box 8 of 9

Kelley Collection

Box 8 of 9

Benedictine Wrensted

Box 8 of 9

Hirshhorn Sculpture

Box 8 of 9

Fountains

Box 8 of 9

North American City

Box 8 of 9

Reinstallation

Box 8 of 9

Ancient South Arabia

Box 8 of 9

Artistic Heritage

Box 8 of 9

Basketmaker from Japan

Box 8 of 9

Along the Great Wall

Box 8 of 9

Islamic World

Box 8 of 9

Free Within Ourselves

Box 8 of 9

Abbott Thayer

Box 8 of 9

American Daguerreotype

Box 8 of 9

Thomas Wilmer Dewing

Box 8 of 9

Singular Impressions

Box 8 of 9

Kaleidoscope

Box 8 of 9

Mixing Message

Box 8 of 9

Henry Dreyfuss

Box 8 of 9

Cecilia Beaux

Box 8 of 9

Frederick Douglass

Box 8 of 9

Red, Hot, & Blue

Box 8 of 9

Imagining Families

Box 8 of 9

Tuning into the 20th Century

Box 8 of 9

How Do You Want to Communicate

Box 8 of 9

Welcome Home

Box 8 of 9

Work and Worth

Box 8 of 9

Kidstuff

Box 8 of 9

Ethnic Imagery

Box 8 of 9

Barro Island

Box 8 of 9

Insect Exhibit

Box 8 of 9

Stormy Weather

Box 8 of 9

Forces of Change

Box 8 of 9

Ainu

Box 8 of 9

Ocean Planet

Box 8 of 9

Native American Culture

Box 8 of 9

The Art of Discovery

Box 8 of 9

Design/Text SEF Projects

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Box 9

SEF PROPOSALS, 1995:

SEF - Office of Exhibits Central (OEC) copy

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Fountains: Splash and Spectacle

Box 9 of 9

The First Century of American Photography

Box 9 of 9

From Arabia's Coast of Incense

Box 9 of 9

North American Indian and Native Hawaiian Quiltmaking

Box 9 of 9

Celebrity Caricatures in America

Box 9 of 9

The Past in the Present: Seven Nigerian Contemporary Artists

Box 9 of 9

Living with Gods

Box 9 of 9

Designing the World: The Collections of the National Design Museum

Box 9 of 9

East Coast/West Coast: Poet Rebels of the 1950's

Box 9 of 9

Richard Lindner

Box 9 of 9

Equal Rights and Justice

Box 9 of 9

Ancient Cities of the Indus Valley

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Signs of the Times: The Art of Robert Cottingham

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Kaleidoscope: American Art for the Twenty-First Century

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The Ashcan Artists

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Paintings by Masami Teraoka

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Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America

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Directions - Cheri Samba

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Woven From Life: Navaho Textiles

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The African American Rural Experience

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The Star Spangled Banner

Box 9 of 9

Families Linked by Letters

Box 9 of 9

The Dream to Fly: The Black Experience in Aviation

Box 9 of 9

Space Race

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Red, Hot, & Blue

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You've Never Looked Smarter: Images of Women on Greeting Cards

Box 9 of 9

Mapping Ethnic Imagery in the Landscape of Commerce

Box 9 of 9

Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions

Box 9 of 9

Rock 'n' Soul: Social Crossroads

Box 9 of 9

Ainu: Lost Treasures

Box 9 of 9

Looking Both Ways: The Rebirth of Alutiiq Identity

Box 9 of 9

Chesapeake Discoveries: Interactive Ecosystems

Box 9 of 9

Voyage: A Scale Model of the Solar System

Box 9 of 9

Our Reefs/Caribbean Connections-Nuestros Arrecifes/Conexiones Caribes

Box 9 of 9

The Forest Speaks: An Introduction to 70 Years of Animal Sound Research on Barro Colorado Island, Panama

Box 9 of 9

Scientists at Work: Presenting Research in Action to the Public in the New Think Tank Exhibit

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Smithsonian Elephant Field Station

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Outdoor Exhibitry for Whipple Visitor Center

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Exploring Marine Ecosystems

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Rotten Truth (About Garbage)

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Science and Art: 150 Years of Smithsonian Research

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Speak to My Heart: African American Communities of Faith and Contemporary Life

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Deaf: A Community of Signers

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Barn Again! A Rural Initiative

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Exotic Illusions: Art, Romance, and the Market Place

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Los Insectos: Un Nuevo Enfoque

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