The fact that the Nazis stole the painting is not in dispute.
In 1982, it became Rogers State College, named after Rogers County, where the main campus is located.
In 1996, Rogers State College and the University Center at Tulsa (UCAT) merged to form Rogers University, with campuses in Claremore and Tulsa, which operated for two years before being separated by the state Legislature.
Max Weitzenhoffer, the son of Aaron and Clara Weitzenhoffer, said his parents never knew about the painting's connections to Nazi art theft, but encouragingly said he didn't know of any provision in his mother's will preventing the university from returning the painting to the Meyer family. Clare, an art history professor at Oklahoma City University, said cases where museums and other public institutions find out they own artworks that were stolen by the Nazis are relatively common.
Claremore Campus: Herrington Hall 146 Bartlesville Campus: 401 S.
The part that had been Rogers State College became a member of the OU Board of Regents and was renamed Rogers State University.