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Gug·gen·heim

 (go͝og′ən-hīm′), Marguerite Known as "Peggy." 1898-1979.
American collector and patron of the arts. The foundation endowed by her family has established major museums in cities worldwide, including the Guggenheim Muesum in New York City.
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Noun1.Guggenheim - United States philanthropistGuggenheim - United States philanthropist; son of Meyer Guggenheim who created several foundations to support the arts (1861-1949)
2.Guggenheim - United States industrialist (born in Switzerland) who with his sons established vast mining and metal processing companies (1828-1905)
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The Guggenheim Foundation plans to relocate its downtown offices to the 12th floor of 345 Hudson Square from its current home on multiple floors totaling 37,000 square feet at 575 Broadway.
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Guggenheim Museum, CE took the discussion to where the rubber meets the road - or at least the rotunda.
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