Legal case over "lost" Adams negatives settled

C. B.
April 2011
Art Newspaper;Apr2011, Issue 223, p4
The article reports on the out-of-court settlement of a legal case between Rick Norsigian and the Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust as of April 2011.


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