Excerpt from Report of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution: For the Year Ending June 30, 1914

S. Pepper, and of Senator Augustus O. Bacon, who died February 14, 1914. Representative Maurice Connolly has been appointed to succeed Mr. Pepper and Senator Henry French Hollis to succeed Senator Bacon. Representative Ernest W. Roberts has been ap pointed as successor to Representative John Dalzell, whose term of office as Member of Congress had expired.

The roll of Regents at the close of the fiscal year was as follows Edward D. White, Chief Justice of the United States, Chancellor; Thomas R. Marshall, Vice President of the United States; Henry Cabot Lodge, Member of the Senate; Henry French Hollis, Member of the Senate; William J. Stone, Member of the Senate; Scott Fer ris, Member of the House of Representatives; Maurice Connolly, Member of the House of Representatives; Ernest W. Roberts, Mem ber of the House of Representatives; Andrew D. White, citizen of New York; Alexander Graham Bell, citizen of Washington, D. C. George Gray, citizen of Delaware; Charles F. Choate, jr., citizen of Massachusetts; John B. Henderson, jr., citizen of Washington, D. C. And Charles W. Fairbanks, citizen of Indiana.

At its meeting on January 15, 1914, the board filled a vacancy in the Executive Committee by the election of Hon. Maurice Connolly.

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