A corporation was formed in March, 1886, under the statutes of
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with the name of "The
Trustees of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens," to
hold the title to the land and building in Athens belonging to the
School, and to hold and invest all permanent funds which may be
received for its maintenance.
The Board consists of the following gentlemen : —
James Russell Lowell. Cambridge, President.
Martin- Brimmer, Boston.
Henry Drisler, New York.
Basil L. Gildersleeve, Baltimore.
William W. Goodwin, Cambridge, Secretary.
Henry G. Marquand, New York.
Charles Eliot Norton, Cambridge.
Frederic J. de Peyster, New York.
Henry C. Potter, New York.
William M. Sloane, Princeton.
Samuel D. Warren, Boston. Treasurer.
John Williams White, Cambridge.
Theodore D. Woolsey, New Haven.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE TRUSTEES.
James Russell Lowell. Charles Eliot Norton.
William W. Goodwin. Samuel D. Warren.