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06/23/2011 10:49 am ET | Updated Aug 23, 2011

Morgan Library Curator, John Bidwell, Discusses His Work

Before he became the first name of a bank, J. P. Morgan was a Wall Street mogul who, a century ago, bequeathed his collection of 14,000 or so rare books to what his son would transform into the Morgan Library and Museum on Madison Avenue.

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