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Timothy B. Husband outlines the foundation of The Cloisters, which was made possible by key personalities that included John D. Rockefeller Jr. and George Barnard.
Recorded May 19, 2013
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Search for the Unicorn: An Exhibition in Honor of The Cloisters' 75th Anniversary.
This Sunday at the Met is made possible by Mary and Michael Jaharis.
The exhibition is made possible by the Michel David-Weill Fund and the Quinque Foundation.
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