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Gardner Museum cuts staff by 9 percent

Officials cite income gap, sharp drop in endowment

Museum director Anne Hawley with architect Renzo Piano. Hawley said the cuts have nothing to do with the museum's planned expansion. Museum director Anne Hawley with architect Renzo Piano. Hawley said the cuts have nothing to do with the museum's planned expansion. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff/File 2008)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / April 25, 2009

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The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum laid off 12 people yesterday, 9 percent of its 140-person workforce, dismissing several secretaries, conservation staff members, and a painting curator. (Full article: 482 words)

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