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Hainisch Sisters' Claim Against North Carolina Museum of Art

In the first case of its kind, an American museum returned a work of Holocaust looted art to the victim’s heirs without the need for legal action. The North Carolina Museum of Art returned a Lucas Cranach painting looted from an Austrian Jewish collector . . .

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