Randy Sandke is not mentioned in the article cited in the previous posting. Randy was one of the most important driving forces in the creation, formulation and establishment of the museum. As a first-year chemistry graduate student in 1954, one of the first lessons I was taught was to cite the names and publications relevant to accounts of my research. Similarly, the newspaper article about the Bix Museum should have cited Randy's crucial work in making the Bix Museum a living reality. Another name that should have been mentioned is that of Al Van Tieghen, the expert about finances.