Artworks which went missing from the Boston Public Library, leading
to FBI involvement and the resignation of the library's president,
have been found on a shelf in the library.
The Boston Globe reported that the pair of rare prints were found a
day after president Amy Ryan announced her resignation.
The prints – an Albrecht Dürer engraving valued at $600,000 and a
Rembrandt etching worth up to $30,000 – were found on a shelf a
short walk away from where they had been expected to be filed.
Thinking about her this morning, lying in bed, and trying to get my
thoughts on the right track, I reached into the drawer of the bedstand,
and found the Gideons' Bible, and I was going for the Psalms, friend, honest
I was, but I found the Song of Solomon instead. --- Garrison Keillor