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ON this day in 1933 an art lover from London wrote:

LET those who urge brighter museums confine their visits to fun fairs and pleasure parks, where they will find all the brightness they want. Our museums are quiet and dignified. Don't ruin them, then, by installing orchestras. The clinking of teacups and noise of a saxophone would be the undoing of the popularity of art galleries and museums with English and foreign people, who find restfulness as well as beauty in them.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 11, 2003
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