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Sumet Jumsai

To conduct dissertation research in Europe on urban canalization in connection with a program of study leading to the Ph.D. degree at Cambridge University, England

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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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Bal Bhavan and National Children's Museum

To the Museum of Modern Art, New York, to enable Prem Prakash Garga, instructor, Bal Bhavan, to study and observe art education and museum programs for children in the United States

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Brundage Symposium on Oriental Art

To the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, to enable the following scholars of Asian art to attend the Brundage Sympopsium on Oriental Art, San Fransisco, August 1966: John Ayers, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England; Te K'un Cheng, University of Malaya, Kuala lumpur, Malaysia; Soon Woo Choi, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, Korea; Vadime Elisseeff, Mus

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To survey photographic techniques, facilities, and equipment in the United States, Japan, and Europe, in connection with the establishment of photographic archives at the American Academy of Benares

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B. V. Doshi

To attend the Team X Architecture Conference in Urbino, Italy, September 1966, and to survey contemporary architecture developments in Europe

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Franklin Book Programs

To publish a Persian language edition of the catalogue of the exhibition Ancient Art from Afghanistan organized by the Asia Society, New York, and shown at the Asia House Gallery, New York; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and the National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C., January-August 1966

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