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TODAY   |  August 06, 2013

Famed auction house could save Detroit from debt

The Detroit Art Institute will have many of its 60,000 works of art appraised by Christie’s Auction House in hopes of alleviating the city’s financial woes without selling the collection.

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>>> mary thompson, thank you. w,