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August 23, 1991
The founder and head of Lancaster's embattled art acquisition program, artist Judy Schwabacher, angrily quit her post Wednesday night and the program was sent back to the drawing board. Saying that she had been the subject of "ugly lies" and had been victimized by "unprofessional and unethical" city officials, Schwabacher resigned from the program that had been created last year to solicit art works for Lancaster's public buildings.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1991
The founder and head of Lancaster's embattled art acquisition program, artist Judy Schwabacher, angrily quit her post Wednesday night and the program was sent back to the drawing board. Saying that she had been the subject of "ugly lies" and had been victimized by "unprofessional and unethical" city officials, Schwabacher resigned from the program that had been created last year to solicit art works for Lancaster's public buildings.
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August 23, 1991 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The founder and head of Lancaster's embattled art acquisition program, local artist Judy Schwabacher, angrily quit her post Wednesday night and the program was sent back to the drawing board. Saying that she had been the subject of "ugly lies" and had been victimized by "unprofessional and unethical" city officials, Schwabacher resigned from the program that had been created last year to solicit art works for Lancaster's public buildings.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1991 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The founder and head of Lancaster's embattled art acquisition program, local artist Judy Schwabacher, angrily quit her post Wednesday night and the program was sent back to the drawing board. Saying that she had been the subject of "ugly lies" and had been victimized by "unprofessional and unethical" city officials, Schwabacher resigned from the program that had been created last year to solicit art works for Lancaster's public buildings.
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