Photographs taken in the near-infrared of IRC -20385 with the 40-inch telescope at Northwestern University reveal the object to be a highly reddened globular cluster. Two other objects discovered in a search of the Nationat Geographic Society-Patomar Observatory Sky Survey prints for morphologically similar objects in the Sagittarius area have also been observed. One of these objects is clearly a highly reddened cluster, probably globular. If so, at t = 357?6, b = + 10 it becomes the closest known globular cluster to both the galactic nucleus and the galactic plane. The other object is apparently a cluster; and, although the observations are inconclusive, the morphological similarity of this object to the other two as seen on the Patomar Sky Survey prints, as well as arguments concerning the space density of stars in the cluster, suggests that it may possibly be a third globular cluster.