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Stolen Picasso Drawings Found

July 30, 1985|From Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO — Two drawings by Pablo Picasso and four watercolors by Paul Klee have been found less than 24 hours after being stolen from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, police said today.

They said an anonymous phone tip led them Monday night to a shopping center parking garage, where they found the drawings and photographs by Man Ray and Edward Steichen, together worth up to $300,000, in a cardboard box. They were stolen from the museum late Sunday night.

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