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The lawyer Roland Dumas informs William S. Lieberman, director of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, that the Spanish government have attempted to contact Pablo Picasso to try to get Guernica sent to Madrid. He explains the circumstances surrounding the painting's arrival in New York and the painter's wishes over its final destination.

Reference in the source Archive:
AHB 12.II.F.2
A letter from Roland Dumas to William S. Lieberman, dated 12 November 1969