Smithsonian Institution, Board of Regents, Minutes, 1923

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Secretary Walcott stated that the Freer Gallery would be open by invitation only from May 2 to May 8, 1923, and open to the public on May 9, 1923, and that the Freer estate had been closed. The Regents referred the matter of the salary of the curator and his assistants to the Permanent Committee.


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  • Walcott, Charles D (Charles Doolittle) 1850-1927
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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 1, Board of Regents, Minutes, Volume 5 (Minute book)

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February 8, 1923


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Number of pages: 3; Page Numbers: 573-575

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