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The Assistant Secretary
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THE INSTITUTON has been specially fortunate in its Assistant Secretary. Herbert Gray joined the staff in 1922 and for 36 years has served the Institution with a loyalty and devotion to his duties which have been an outstanding example to all at Headquarters who have been associated with, and under him. J. Guthrie Brown

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