FLOR500, Garden 269 David Cofrin, Philanthropist (1921–2009) Dr. David Cofrin was a founding supporter of the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art through a $3 million gift to honor Mary Ann’s father, Samuel. P. Harn, a University of Florida alumnus. In 1990 his family donated $10 million for the construction of the new Asian art wing. In 2005, they donated $3.2 million for the creation of the Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion. The Cofrin’s generosity also extends to collecting and education, donating $1 million to endow an acquisitions fund and $1.5 million to endow a curatorship of Asian Art.
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David Cofrin, Philanthropist   

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David Cofrin, Philanthropist 

(1921–2009)

Dr. David Cofrin was a founding supporter of the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art through a $3 million gift to honor Mary Ann’s father, Samuel. P. Harn, a University of Florida alumnus. In 1990 his family donated $10 million for the construction of the new Asian art wing. In 2005, they donated $3.2 million for the creation of the Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion. The Cofrin’s generosity also extends to collecting and education, donating $1 million to endow an acquisitions fund and $1.5 million to endow a curatorship of Asian Art.





 




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