It was for his wealthy friends and their summer homes primarily. But gradually the land was purchased from, due to this ownership situation, and now Kapi’olani Park is 170-something acres of it, of which for the zoo is 42, is all city and county of home of Honolulu. But he didn’t say bill to zoo there. No. As far as all the work that Jean and I have studied, and read every shred of evidence from the newspaper accounts, which were very complete, there were newspaper records on microfilm going way back. The very first records we can find of animals in the park, when Ben Hollinger began in 1914, up to then the only animals in the park were a few peacocks, and I think three imus. Imus that were in the backyard of caretaker and peacocks that presumably were loose. So now we have a zoo.