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Murder, Mystery and 'The Dead City', Cincinatti Museum Center lecture 11 February 2010

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A lecture by Raymond J. Dowd, a partner at Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller LLP, New York, about the battles to recover art stolen from Jewish Holocaust victims, the undisclosed role of the Swiss in laundering looted art for the Nazis, and the implications for U.S. museums holding artworks of European origin.

The lecture was at 7.30pm and was open to the public. Parking $4.  Reception reservations were requested by February 8 to:
Sarah McManus (513) 287-7074
smcmanus@cincymuseum.org

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