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three classes of the objects of interest and beauty which archaeological 
research in Palestine brings to light. 

Glass Flask in the Kellner Collection 


We record with sorrow the death of Mr. W. W. Frazier, of Philadel- 
phia, one of our Contributors, who died August 24, 1921. Mr. Frazier 
was a generous patron of literary and archaeological enterprises. 

Prof. Wm. J. Hinke, the Annual Professor at Jerusalem, and Mrs. 
Hinke, have sailed for their destination. They expected to meet Director 
Albright in Egypt and to proceed thence with him to Jerusalem. The 
Thayer Fellow, Mr. W. E. Staples, sailed Sept. 7 and expects to be at 
his post by the end of the month. 

Prof. C. C. McCown, of our Staff in Jerusalem last year, returned 
to America in June. He has now resumed his work in the Pacific School 
of Religion. Several of the Committee had the pleasure of meeting him 
on his way West, and he gave a most interesting report of his doings in 
the Orient. His enthusiasm and scholarship have been of great service 
to the School and it is hoped that we may use his services in the future 
for the search of oriental manuscripts. 

Miss Ruth Norton was married in Jerusalem to Dr. W. F. Albright, 
Director of our School, on August 31. Miss Norton took her degree in 
Philosophy at Johns Hopkins in June. It is a pleasure to know that the 
School has now become also a home.