Catherine Gund

filmmaker, director of “Aggie, daughter of Agnes Gund”

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Agnes Gund was the heiress to an Ohio banking and investment fortune.

‘Aggie’ film shows how Agnes Gund helped artists in prison and fought to end mass incarceration

Agnes Gund was the heiress to an Ohio banking and investment fortune.

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