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A Pulitzer prize for Harvard museum: $45m and 31 major works of art

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 18, 2008

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Fifty years ago, when Emily Rauh Pulitzer worked as an assistant art curator at Harvard University, she knew the buildings housing the university's vast art collection needed renovation. Now she's taken a striking step to help: Yesterday, the Harvard Art Museum announced Pulitzer's donation of $45 million for its ambitious renovation project, along with a gift of 31 artworks valued ... (Full article: 869 words)

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