An autographed photo of Gustav Mahler has resurfaced after the family of Arnold Schoenberg claimed it went missing from his archives nearly 25 years ago. The only problem is that the individual in possession of the photo, Cliff Fraser, claims that the photo was never stolen and is trying to sell it to the family for $350,000. Via The New York Times:

In a telephone interview from Venice, where she lives, Ms. Schoenberg Nono ticked off possible paths. A gift to someone from Schoenberg? Impossible. “Mahler was the most important person in his life, his musical life,” she said. “Why would he ever give this away? This was something that bound him to the past.”

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