I will, Mark. That was ’47. The mayor died a few years later. That was his last term in office. According to his biographer, he had 37 cents in his pocket. He was always giving, both of himself and of his money. His widow, he never had any children, his widow was, the mayor was probably half-Hawaiian, his widow was full-Hawaiian, and Jenny, we all called her. So after the mayor died, the lease on their land, in a suburb that was unoccupied land of Honolulu, they needed the land back, the landowner.