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Anne Clapp

to attend the Meeting of Experts on the Conservation and Restoration of Oriental Paintings, tokyo and Kyoto, November-December 1967, organized by the Japanese National Committee for the International Council of Museums and the Japanese National Committee for Unesco.

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Rodolfo Paras-Perez

to conduct research in Mexico and Europe in connection with a Ph.D. dissertation in art history for Harvard University.

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Prangopal Paul

to study South Asian art history at the graduate level at Harvard University, to survey public and private art collections in the United States, and to conduct research at the Institute for South Asian Archaeology, Amsterdam.

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Sugimura Toh

to study the history of Islamic art in a program leading to the Ph.D. degree at the University of Michigan and to attend the University of California, Los Angeles, summer 1968.

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Emma Bunker

To select works of art in Europe for the exhibition "Animal Style" Art from East to West shown at the Asia House Gallery, New York; the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania; and the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, January-July 1970

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American Academy of Benares

To the University of Chicago to establish in Benares a photographic archive, library resources, and research facilities and to provide for staff travel, conference expenses, meetings of the American organizing committee, and a stipend for John Rosenfield to serve as director of the American Academy of Benares, 1968-69

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Thomas Lawton

To conduct dissertation research on Chinese art at the National Palace Museum, Taipei, and to assist in editing the English edition of the National Palace Museum Bulletin and a handbook in English for the National Palace Museum

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