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Accession 93-033,  Smithsonian Institution, Assistant Secretary for Museums,  Records, circa 1985-1991

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Institution, Assistant Secretary for Museums
Title: Records
Dates: circa 1985-1991
Quantity: 6 cu. ft. (6 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 93-033
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

These records document the administrative affairs of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums. The title of this office changed to the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities in April 1992. Materials include mostly the correspondence of Tom L. Freudenheim, presently the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities, but formerly when Assistant Secretary for Museums from 1986 to 1991. Also included is information pertaining to educational outreach programs; museum facility services; reception planning; scholarly research projects; personnel and affirmative action; Smithsonian Board of Regents meetings; foreign travel and conferences; budgetary appropriations for Smithsonian museums; exhibition funding, particularly regarding the 1989 French Revolution Bicentennial Exhibition; blueprints and drawings; 1987 Kellogg Project; National Bonsai Foundation; cassette recordings; and brochures.

Descriptive Entry

These records document the administrative affairs of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums. The title of this office changed to the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities in April 1992. Includes mostly the correspondence of Tom L. Freudenheim, presently the Assistant Secretary for Arts and Humanities, but formerly when Assistant Secretary for Museums from 1986 to 1991. Also consists of information pertaining to educational outreach programs; museum facility services; reception planning; scholarly research projects; personnel and affirmative action; Smithsonian Board of Regents meetings; foreign travel and conferences; budgetary appropriations for Smithsonian museums; exhibition funding, particularly regarding the 1989 French Revolution Bicentennial Exhibition; blueprints and drawings; 1987 Kellogg Project; National Bonsai Foundation; cassette recordings and reel; and brochures.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 93-033, Smithsonian Institution, Assistant Secretary for Museums, Records

Container List

Box 1

Argentina, 1989

Box 1 of 6

Australia, 1989

Box 1 of 6

Affirmative Action/Minority Candidates, 1988

Box 1 of 6

Congresswoman Cardiss Collins Hearing Material, 1989

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of African Art, 1989

Box 1 of 6

National Air and Space Museum, 1989 BWI Support Letters

Box 1 of 6

National Air and Space Museum, 1989

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American Art, 1985-1986 Deaccessioning/Disposal

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American Art, 1989 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 6

Plagiarism - Art Journal

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American History, 1989

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American History - Information Age

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American History, 1985

Box 1 of 6

National Museum of American History, 1987-1990 Elaine Gurian Files

Box 1 of 6

Archives of American Art, 1989 (2 folders)

Box 1 of 6

Box 2

A & I (Arts & Industries) South Group, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Belgium, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Budget - Office of Planning, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Peggy Cooper Cafritz, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Canada, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Conservation Analytical Laboratory, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Cooper Hewitt Museum, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Deaf Way Summer, 1989 (2 Folders)

Box 2 of 6

Design and Construction, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Membership and Development, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Office of Exhibits Central, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Assistant Secretary for External Affairs, 1989

Box 2 of 6

France, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Facilities Services, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Freer Sackler, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Office of Horticulture, 1989

Box 2 of 6

J. Paul Getty Museum, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Archives of American Gardens, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Office of Horticulture Review, 1989

Box 2 of 6

Box 3

Elaine Gurian - Affirmative Action (OHR - Office of Human Resources), 1987-1989

Box 3 of 6

Elaine Gurian - Curatorial Advancement, 1987-1989 (2 Folders)

Box 3 of 6

Institute of Museum Services, 1989

Box 3 of 6

Zahava Doering - Institutional Studies Office, 1989

Box 3 of 6

National Endowment for the Arts, 1989

Box 3 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - Office of Museum Programs, 1987-1989

Box 3 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - Office of Museum Programs - Kellogg Project, 1987

Box 3 of 6

Office of Museum Programs, 1989

Box 3 of 6

Management Committee, 1989

Box 3 of 6

International Activities Council, 1989

Box 3 of 6

ICOM (International Council of Museums), 1989

Box 3 of 6

International Activities, 1989 (2 Folders)

Box 3 of 6

Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989

Box 3 of 6

Box 4

Regents Meeting, Sept. 1989

Box 4 of 6

Regents Audit and Review Meeting, June 1989

Box 4 of 6

Regents Meeting, May 1989

Box 4 of 6

Regents Audit and Review Meeting, March 1989

Box 4 of 6

Regents Meeting, January 1989

Box 4 of 6

Regents (General), 1988-1990

Box 4 of 6

Office of the Registrar, 1989

Box 4 of 6

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Science (Research), 1989

Box 4 of 6

Reel Tape - Mahatma Gandhi & Shri Jawahar Lal Nehru

Box 4 of 6

Cassette Tapes 1-5; 7/2/1989 - 8/2/1989

Box 4 of 6

Cassette Tapes 6-10; 8/2/1989 - 9/2/1989

Box 4 of 6

Cassette Tapes 11; 9/2/1989

Box 4 of 6

National Bonsai Foundation, 1989

Box 4 of 6

National Gallery of Art, 1989

Box 4 of 6

National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property, 1989

Box 4 of 6

National Museum of Natural History, 1989

Box 4 of 6

Box 5

National Museum of Natural History, 1989

Box 5 of 6

National Museum of Natural History, Elaine Gurian Files, 1987-1990

Box 5 of 6

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums (OASM), 1989, September - December

Box 5 of 6

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Museums, 1989, June - August

Box 5 of 6

OASM - FY 1991 Budget

Box 5 of 6

OASM - Budgets, 1989

Box 5 of 6

OASM - Budgets, 1989-1991

Box 5 of 6

OASM - 1989, January - May

Box 5 of 6

Quad, 1989

Box 5 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - Cultural Programming, 1987-1989

Box 5 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - African American Programming, 1987-1989

Box 5 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - Native American Programming, 1987-1989

Box 5 of 6

Elaine Gurian Files - Space - Exhibition, 1987-1989

Box 5 of 6

National Portrait Gallery, 1989

Box 5 of 6

Treasurer's Office, 1989

Box 5 of 6

Under Secretary, 1989

Box 5 of 6

Protection Services, 1989

Box 5 of 6

Box 6

OPA (Office of Public Affairs), 1989

Box 6 of 6

Assistant Secretary for Public Service, 1989

Box 6 of 6

Secretary Adams, 1989

Box 6 of 6

SITES (Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service), 1989

Box 6 of 6

SITES, 1987-1990 - Elaine Gurian File

Box 6 of 6

Smithsonian Archives, 1989

Box 6 of 6

SI Council, 1989

Box 6 of 6

VIARC (Visitor Information and Associates' Reception Center), 1989

Box 6 of 6

OASM Correspondence A thru Z, 1989

Box 6 of 6