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We are deeply sorrowed in the passing of a great woman that keep Art culture alive for the benefit of our children allowing them, as well as adults, to enjoy Art in its truest form, in the community and not locked away in an unreachable vault. Thank you!

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Lynne A. Williams, We Won Helping Youth, Inc. - 6.4.2008 - 9:57 AM
Ms. d'Harnoncourt's soul is imprinted in Philadelphia. She will be forever honored and remembered for the lives she changed. I didn't know her, except for a few brief encounter. It was enough to make an impression on me. I am deeply saddened to learn of her passing. I feel lucky to have experienced a tiny glimpse of the greatness of her being. Ms. d'Harnoncourt, thank you!

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Ligia Richter - 6.3.2008 - 10:29 PM
Our classmate, our friend, and an always bright light at the Brearley, Anne arrived with a smile and a kind word for every one of us. Brilliant, funny, and gracious, she was definitely an "old soul" whose personality and thoughtful diplomacy enabled her to mediate many adolescent misunderstandings so all parties thought they had "won" the day. Heaven is a lucky place today... but we'll sorely miss her.

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Marty Driskill Humphreys, Brearley '61 - 6.3.2008 - 6:02 PM
Thoughts are with Anne, Joe and the PMA family during this somber and confusing time. Anne was an integral figure to the art world and we are privileged to have had her with us. Her influence and legacy will continue on to the future.

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Ted Forbes :: Dallas Museum of Art - 6.3.2008 - 4:19 PM
As a longtime member of the Museum staff I cannot imagine this institution without the leadership of such a remarkable woman like Anne d'Harnoncourt.

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Anonymous - 6.3.2008 - 4:09 PM
The city of Philadelphia and the art world will never be the same...

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