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SCHEDULE 1-A Endowment and Trust Activity During the year :July 1, 11995 to June 30, 1996 ($ in thousands) Fund Fund Equity RealizedExpendituresEquity June 30, IncomeCapitalandJune30, 1995 ContributionsEarnedGainsTransfers1996 A. ENDOWMENT FUNDS 1. Unrestricted a. NAS Agassiz Fund $ 264 $ $ 22 $ 10 $ 17 $ 279 Carnegie Fund 17,997 1,533 651 1,136 19,045 Commonwealth Fund 1,187 89 38 66 1,248 Eckart Fund 876 68 29 53 920 Ford Foundation Fund 11,916 893 377 662 12,524 Henrietta and Alexander Hollaender Fund 531 39 16 29 558 Grayce B. Kerr Fund 260 18 8 13 273 National Academy of Science Reserve Fund 1,000 45 12 21 1,036 Nealley Fund 103 9 4 7 109 Simon Ramo Fund 18 2 1 1 19 Rockefeller Foundation Fund 2,428 184 78 136 2,553 Dorothea and Herbert Simon Fund 253 - 19 8 14 266 Sloan Foundation Fund 2,428 184 78 136 2,553 Amy Prudden Turner Fund 62 5 2 4 65 Anonymous Endowment 7,931 571 241 423 8,320 General Endowment Fund 4,395 0 334 141 248 4,623 Members Endowment Fund 2,100 50 160 68 (15) 2,393 $ 52,750 $ 1,051 $ 4,173 $ 1,759 $ 2,949 $ 56,784 b. IOM General Endowment Fund $ 538 $ 61 $ 38 $ 16 $ 21 $ 632 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fund 6,111 460 196 327 6,441 Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Fund 492 36 16 28 516 John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fund 6,147 455 194 322 6,473 Pharmaceutical Endowment Fund 284 20 5 12 297 Miscellaneous-Private Sector Fund 35 2 1 1 37 $ 13,608 $ 61 $ 1,012 $ 427 $ 711 $ 14,396 2. Restricted for Specific Purpose a. Program i. NAS - Outside Sources Basic Science Fund Earth Sciences $ 525 $ $ 35 $ 15 $ 27 $ 548 Thomas Lincoln Casey Fund 3,077 236 100 177 3,235 Blakeslee Fund 1,288 93 40 74 1,348 Cecil and Ida Green Fund 739 55 23 40 776 Arthur L. Day Fund 7,256 564 239 474 7,586 Global Commons Project Fund 44 - 3 1 49 W. K. Kellogg Foundation Fund 21,130 1,526 647 1,135 22,169 Kobelt Fund 1,064 72 31 156 1,011 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fund 1,131 84 36 60 1,190 Frank Press Fund for Dissemination and Outreach 1,103 120 70 30 70 1,252 Scientists end engineers for the Future 1,023 93 40 69 1,086 Arts in the academy Fund 5 0 0 5 Biology and Biotechnology Fund 426 33 14 16 457 Coca Cola Foundation Fund 56 4 2 3 58 FAS 106 436 1,189 39 17 - 1,680 FAS 112 426 138 28 13 - 605 :: 20

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SCHEDULE 1-A Endowment and Trust Activity During the year Jully I, 1995 to June 30, 1996 ($ in thousands) Fund Fund Equity Realized ExpendituresEquity June30, IncomeCapital andJune30, 1995ContributionsEarned(a ~Ibu ~[~6 Houston Advanced Research Center8330 3012 Governing Board Initiatives1,476 4114 1,5320 State Street Fund 224 9-94 $ 41,211$ 1,704$ 2,979$ 1,261 $ 3,862$ 43,294 - i. NAS - Members Endowment(s) Anthropology Fund$ 0$ -$ 0$ 0$ $ 0 Board on Chemical Sciences Fund44 3148 Board on Earth Sciences Fund3-003 Board on Mathematical Sciences Fund2 002 Board on Physical Sciences Fund0 000 Board on Physics and Astronomy Fund 0 0 0 - 0 Committee on Human Rights Fund 54 3 4 2 63 Committee on International Security and Arms Control Fund 31 2 1 34 Committee on Life Sciences Fund 11 1 0 13 Embryology Fund 1 0 0 1 Environmental Studies Fund 0 0 0 0 Math and Science Education Endowment Fund 0 0 0 1 NAS Class I Fund 1 0 0 1 Section 14 Chemistry Discretionary Fund 14 0 1 0 16 The Family and Community Well-Being Fund 1 0 0 1 AbelWolman Lecture Fund 0 - 0 0 n $ 164 $ 3 $ 12 $ 5 $ $ 184 iii. IOM Distinguished Scholar Fund $ 17 $ $ 0 $ 1 $ $ 18 Food and Nutrition Board 711 - 52 2234751 Food and Nutrition Board Corporations 179 - 13 6 198 Food and Nutrition Board Members 6 0 0 6 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fund 5,870 424 180886,387 Women's HealthIssues Fund 23 2 1 26 $ 6,806 $ - $ 492 $ 209$ 121$ 7,387 b. Prizes and Awards i. NAS American Psychological Association Science Directorate Fund $ $ 30 $ 1 $ 0 $ $ 31 Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis Fund 25 2 - 0 26 HenrykArctowski Fund 1,110 86 36 88 1,144 Bache Fund 199 16 7 16 207 Blaauw Fund 411 34 14 32 426 John J. Carty Fund 311 24 10 345 Comstock Fund 230 - 20 8 258 Draper Fund 123 9 4 0 136 Elliot Fund 73 6 2 8 73 Estes Award in Social and Behavioral Sciences 124 9 4 0 137 Gibbs Brothers Fund 115 - 6 2 0 124 Gibbs Fund 75 9 4 5 82 Ralph E. Gomory Award for the Application of Science 208 15 6 30 199 .., 21

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e. PNAS Billings Fund B. FUNDS FUNCTIONING AS ENDOWMENT 1. NAS - Prizes and Awards Henry G. Booker Fellowship Fund , 22 SCHEDULE 1-A Endowment and Trust Activity During the year July I, 1995 to June 30, 1996 ($ in thousands) Fund Fund Equity Realized Expenditures Equity June 30, Income Capital and June30, 1995 Contributions Earned Gains Transfers 1996 Gould Fund Joseph Henry Fund Alexander Hollaender Award in Biophysics Hunsaker Fund Hunt Fund Kovalenko Fund Marsh Fund George P. Merrill Fund Monsanto Award in Molecular Biology Murray Fund NAS Award for Chemistry in Service to Society NAS Award in Mathematics NAS Award in Neurosciences NAS Fund for Sciences and Technology in International Affairs Pradel Fund H. P. Robertson Lectureship Fund Helen P. Smith Fund Mrs. J. Lawrence Smith Fund Thompson Fund Troland Fund Waksman Award G. K. Warren Fund Watson Fund Walcott Fund . IOM Gustav O. Leinhard Award Rhoda and Bernard G. Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health c. The National Academies Corporation 337 224 130 135 66 420 96 40 499 60 179 54 177 82 263 104 226 246 90 2,024 (8) 72 434 35 28 19 10 10 33 8 36 7 13 12 8 26 18 4 1 2 14 4 15 6 8 6 6 20 8 17 19 122 34 8 3 32 2 2 8 3 51 12 o 80 o 2 15 J 1 350 233 144 149 73 467 99 41 519 69 198 57 190 $ 8,989 $ 38 $ 660 $ 280 $ 360 $ 9,606 $ 1,300 $ $ 100 $ 42 $ 73 $ 1,369 28202 2525 $ 1,328$ 20$ 101 $ 42$ 98$ 1,394 $ 11,389 $ $ 773 $ 326 $ 497 $ 11,990 $ 11,389 $ $ 773 $ 326 $ 497 $ 11,990 d. Woods Hole Peter C. Cornell Fund$ 137$ $ 10$ 4$ 6$ 145 J. Erik Jonsson Woods Hole Fund2,379168711052,514 Penzance Foundation Fund596421826630 Woods Hole Fund2421126 Richard King Mellon Foundation Fund106735112 $ 3,243$ $ 229$ 97$ 143$ 3,426 $ 240 $ $ 19 $ 8 $ $ 268 $ 240 $ $ 19 $ 8 $ $ 268 $ 16 $ $ 1 $ 0 $ $ 17

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SCHEDULE 1-A Ena~owment and Trust Activity During the year July :1, 1~995 to June 30, 1996 ($ in thousands) Fund Fund Equity Realized ExpendituresEquity June 30, IncomeCapital andJune 30, 1995ContributionsEarnedGains Transfers1996 2. PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Fund 1,556 11948 1,723 3. TNAC TNAC Capital Fund 6941434822 9(17 $ 2,266$ 143$ 168$ 71 $ -$ 2.64.7 C. RESTRICTED CONTRIBUTIONS 1. NAS a. Program Basic Science Fund Various $ 1 $ $ 0 $ $ $ 1 Slipher Fund 84 6 5 5 90 b. Prizes and Awards Levison Memorial Fund 2 0 0 2 Richard Lounsbery Foundation Award (21) 21 - 35 (35) NAS Award for Initiatives in Research (17) 17 _ 20 (20) NAS Award in Chemical Sciences (11) 11 - 17 (17) NAS Award in Scientific Reviewing (15) 16 - 9 (8) NAS Support Staff Award 1 () Total Equity in Endowment and Trust Funds $ 24 $ 70 $ 6 $ 0 $ 87 $ 13 $142,017 $ 3,090 $ 10,624 $ 4~487 $ 8.829 $lil 39() 23