The battle continues with a suit filed today in Massachusetts state court. From today’s New York Times:
“In their suit, the overseers, Jonathan O. Lee, Lois Foster and Meryl Rose, a member of the family whose donations created the museum in 1961, contend that Brandeis’ plans to close the museum “contradict the charitable intentions” of the museum’s founders, “abrogate Brandeis’ promises that the Rose would be maintained in perpetuity” as a modern and contemporary art museum and violate its commitments to those who donated art to the museum. Brandeis officials were not immediately available for comment.”
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