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Andrew Carnegie died at his summer home in Lenox, August 11, 1919, in his eighty-fourth year. He was regarded by the world as one of the most remarkable men of his age -- and in certain ways he was unique among men of all ages. Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication 609, Washington, D.C. WIRT, SHARON 1984 American Indian Pottery Hancock House, Blaine, Washington NOMINATIONS SOUGHT he report o£ the Awards Committee Walter Smith, Jean Cochran and Detrizh has been completed and presented to the Board o£ Trustees recommend€d that four awards be established. Carnegie Institution of Washington hereinafter “Institution”, I recognize that as a part of my duties, I may receive from other Institution Researchers or develop, on my own or with others, information which may provide the basis for obtaining patent protection that could be useful to the Institution. I also understand that premature. Washington, DC: Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication No. 619; Proskouriakoff, Tatiana and Charles Temple 1955 A Residential Quadrangle – Structures R-85 to R-90. Current Reports 29:289–362. Carnegie Institute of Washington, Department of Archaeology, Washington.
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