Arts: Arts Notes, Apr. 22, 1929

¶When Publisher Frank Andrew Munsey died in 1925 his fortune was estimated at $40,000,000. Most of his wealth he assigned to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (TIME, Jan. 11, 1926). Last week the Munsey net estate was appraised by New York State at $19,747,687, of which $17,305,594 went to the Metropolitan. ¶Last week Justice William Harman Black of the New York State Supreme Court refused the motion of defense counsel to dismiss the $500,000 damage suit brought against Sir Joseph Duveen, international art dealer, by Mrs. Harry J. Hahn of Kansas City...

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