Regents Create Board of Trustees, AfA

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The Board of Regents appoints a 10-member Board of Trustees of the Museum of African Art. Those chosen to three year terms as Museum of African Art Commission members were former Sen. Frank Moss, John B. Duncan, Robert Nooter, Franklin Williams, Thomas Schwab, David Driskell, Sen. S.I. Hayakawa, Lee Bronson, Carl Freeman and Frances Humphrey Howard.


  • Bronson, Lee
  • Driskell, David C
  • Duncan, John B
  • Freeman, Carl
  • Hayakawa, S. I (Samuel Ichiyé) 1906-
  • Howard, Frances Humphrey
  • Moss, Frank E. 1911-
  • Nooter, Robert
  • Schwab, Thomas J. 1927-
  • Williams, Franklin
  • Board of Regents


Chronology of Smithsonian History


  • Torch, 11/1979, p. 4
  • Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for the year 1979, p. 26

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September 17, 1979


  • Trusts and trustees
  • New Programs

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