Monday, July 27, 2009

It's Not Going Anywhere. At Least For Now.

The de Young Museum's collection of Papua New Guinea tribal art, which has been the subject of a lengthy inheritance dispute, is not going anywhere. San Francisco judge A. James Robertson II upheld a temporary order preventing the collection from being seized or sold to pay for part of the $30 million debt John Friede owes his brothers in the matter of the settlement of their mother's estate.

We've followed the story here, here, and here,

The mother of the Friede brothers was Evelyn A.J. Hall, sister of publishing tycoon Walter Annenberg.

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