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XVIII.—directors Ok Museums—Continued.
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Barrington.. Pawtucket.. Providence..
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Name of museum or of institution controlling it.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
mount Park). The Philadelphia Commercial Museum (34th
and Spruce Sts.). Presbyterian Historical Society, Museum and
Gallery (Witherspoon BuUding).
V. S. Mint
University of Pennsylvania. The University
University of Pennsylvania, Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Bioiogv.
W. P. Wilstach Collection (Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park).
Wagner Free Institute of Science (17th St. and Montgomery Ave).
Zoological Society of Philadelphia (Fairmount Park).
Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts
Carnegie Museum, Department of Carnegie Institute.
University of Pittsburgh
Schuylkill County Historical Society
Historical Society of Berks County
Evcrhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and Art.
Pennsvlvania State College
Fayette County Historical Society
Valley Forge Museum of American History
Washington and Jefferson College
Washington County Historical Society
Chester County Historical Society
West Chester State Normal School
Wyoming Historical and Geological Society.
The lames V. Brown Library
York County Historical Society
Barrington Historic-Antiquarian Society.
Annmary Brown Memorial
Moses Brown School
Park Museum (Roger Williams Park).
Rhode Island Historical Society
Rhode Island School of Design
Carolina Art Association
Daughters of the Confederacy, Charleston Chapter.
Clemson College, Natural History Museum
University of South Carolina
Newberry College/Siflcy Museum
Slate Historical Society, South Dakota State Museum.
South Dakota School of Mines
University of South Dakota..
John F. Lewis, president.
Alfred Percival Smith, curator.
T. L. Comnaretle, curator.
Milton J. Grecnman, director.
E. A. Shunk, custodian.
John G. Rothcrmcl, supcrin. tendent.
Robert D. Carson, superintendent.
John W. Beatty, director.
W. J. Holland, director.
II. J. Herbein, curator. Andrew Shaaber, librarian. R.N. Davis, curator.
lienj. I.. Miller.
Spencer Trotter, director. James Hannen, custodian. Rev. W. Herbert Burk, director.
Mrs. HelcneC. Beatty, librarian.
Justin E. Harlan, curator.
Horace Edwin Hayden, librarian.
O R. Howard Thomson, librarian.
George It. Prowell, curator.
Frank M. Cushman, custodian.
J. F. Collins, curator.
Harold L. Madison, curator.
Howard M. Chapin, librarian L. Earic Rowc, director.
James Simons, president.
F. H. H. Calhoun, curator.
G. A. Buist, curator.
D. A. Du Pre, director.
Doane Robinson, director.
Cleophas C. O'Harra, director.
XX. Chubch Educational Boards And Societies—Continued.
Name of board.
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Board of Education.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Board of Education.
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Board
of Education. National Baptist Convention, Educational
Northern Baptist Convention, Board of
Education. Presbyterian Church in the t". S. A., Board
of Education. Presbyterian Church in the I". S. A., College
Presbyterian Church in the U. 8. A., University Work.
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. (Southern), Board of K ducat ion.
ProtestantEpiscopal Church, General Board of Religious Education.
Reformed Church in America, Board of Education.
Reformed Episcopal Church, Committee on Education and I'ublication.
Society of Friends, 5 years' meeting, Board of Education.
Society of Friends, G eneral Conference, Committee on Education.
I'nited Presbyterian Chtirch, Board of Education.
XXI.—Superintendents Op Catholic Parochial Schools.
Diocese or archdiocese.
Albany, N. Y
Baker City, Oreg..
Brooklyn, N. Y...
Buffalo, N. Y
Columbus, Ohio... Crookston, Minn..
Dallas, Tex. Erie, Pa....
Fargo, N. Dak
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Little Rock, Ark. ♦New Orleans, La.
♦New York, N. Y.
Newark, N. J
•Orecon City, Oreg..
Name and title of supervising officer.
Rev. William R. Charles, inspector of schools...
Rev. Hugh J. Marshall, diocesan inspector of schools.
Rev. Lawrence Brown, superintendent (Baltimore city).
Rev. George A. Lyons, supervisor of schools
Rev. Joseph D. McKcnna, inspector of schools...
Rev. Edmund F. Gibbons, superintendent of parochial schools.
Rev. 0. A. Maxwell, l'h. D., D. D., assistant superintendent.
Rev. John J. Murphy,superintendent ofschools.
Rev. Gerald Spielmann. O. S. B., diocesan superintendent of schools.
Rev. L. J. Harrington, school examiner
Rev. John M. Gannon, D. D., D. C. L., superintendent ofschools.
Very Rev. J. Baker, V. G., inspector of schools .
Rev. A. E.Lafontame, superintendent of schools.
Rev. W. J. Fitzgerald, S. T. L., diocesan supervisor ofschools.
Rev. Thomas V. Tobin, superintendent
Rev. L. J. Kavanagh, superintendent
Rev. Joseph F. Smith, superintendent
Rev. Michael J. Larkin, superintendent..
Rev. John A. Dillon, superintendent ofschools.
Rev. Edwin V. O'Hara, diocesan superintendent oS schools.
12 Madison Place, Albany,
Cathedral, Baker City, Oreg.
31 North Fulton Ave., Baltimore, Md.
33 Brookside Ave., Boston, Mass.
583 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, Attica, N. Y. Do.
1450 Hawthorne St., Columbus, Ohio. Moorhead, Minn.
137 Marsalis St., Dallas, Tex. Cambridge Springs, Pa.
Oakes, N. Dak. 1140 Clinton St., Fort Wavne, Ind.
Cathedral, Little Rock, Ark.
2400 Napoleon St., New Orleans, La.
32S West Fourteenth St., New York, N.Y.
308 East Thirty-seventh St., New York, N. Y.
91 Washington St., Newark, N. J.
02 North Sixteenth St., Portland, Oreg.