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Moving To Philadelphia Didn't Ruin The Barnes Foundation, It Saved It
Former Harvard president (and current Barnes trustee) Neil Rudenstine "argues that by moving to Philadelphia, the Barnes Foundation simply rescued itself from inevitable financial ruin" - and that Albert Barnes himself bears no small responsibility for that predicament. The Philadelphia Inquirer 11/27/12
Posted November 29, 2012 12:54 AM




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