Proposal to Sell-Off Four Valuable Paintings
From Collection of Maier Museum of Art
To Simply Enrich The General Endowment Fund
of Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia

Autumn, 2007

Click Here for Preserve Educational Choice Official Web Site
Working to Stop Sale of Maier Art Collection Pieces, Held in Public Trust

* 2008 Jan. 28 - Message from Preserve Educational Choice:
Maier Museum Art Litigation Update

* 2007 Dec. 4 - Message from Preserve Educational Choice:
Update: Half of Funds for Injuntion Bond Raised;
Fundraising Extension Granted for Injunction Bond

* 2007 Nov. 29 - Message from Preserve Educational Choice:
The Maier 2500 Campaign:
An urgent, community-wide effort to save the art collection at the Maier Museum

* 2007 Nov. 24 - Message from Preserve Educational Choice:
Maier Museum of Art bond issue

* 2007 Oct. 23 - News Release:
MOTION FOR INJUNCTION FILED TO STOP AUCTION OF RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN'S COLLEGE ART
UNTIL RELATED LAWSUITS DECIDED
Group Hoping for Action from Attorney General Bob McDonnell

* 2007 Oct. 9 - Association of College and University Museums and Galleries:
Statement of Condemnation of Assets Sale of Four Paintings from
Maier Museum of Art for Enhancement of Randolph College Endowment



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