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Dr. W. S. Woodward, Dean of the Faculty of Pure Science at Columbia University, New York City, has been elected president of the Carnegie Institute by the Board of Trustees to succeed Dr. D. C. Gilman.

The executive committee reports that it made 114 grants during the year, aggregating $355,071, to aid persons connected with various universities, colleges, observatories, and laboratories in all parts of the country. In addition twenty-four research assistants were appointed, with $25,000 allotted to them. Two special grants were made, one for an archaeological expedition to the TransCaspian region and the other for geophysical research.

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Healed by Mrs. Eddy
December 24, 1904
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