SOURCE: The New York Times
A room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art tells the story of tea and politics, from China to Britain and that “party” in Boston.
SOURCE: Press Release -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Harold Holzer plans to retire from the Met this summer to enable him to engage more fully in his work as a historian and writer.
The project took so long there were rumors that the statue was beyond repair. But it was not, as the Met will make clear on Tuesday when the museum puts Adam on display again.
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