NY Times: "Edgar Munhall, First Curator of the Frick Collection, Dies at 83".
October 21, 2016
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"As chief curator, working under five museum directors, Dr. Munhall was responsible for acquisitions, publications, conservation, lectures, gallery exhibitions and the catalogs accompanying them. The Frick’s holdings now include about 1,100 works, overseen by a curatorial staff numbering more than two dozen."