He married the senator’s daughter, but it turns out that Henry was a really good, apparently very astute and aggressive businessman. So he took a small fortune and built it into quite a nice fortune. But we’re fairly sure, at least we’ve never found anybody in the family that would debate it, that old Henry really didn’t like animals. But Henry’s wife, Margaret Doorly was, she was a birder, you know, (mumbles). She liked animals. And when, and when Henry died, she gave the zoo $750,000, plus since Peter Kiewit, who owned the big construction company in town, wanted to buy the World Herald so that it would remain a local newspaper. She made him as part of the deal to buy the Herald and give the zoo another quarter of a million. So they had, they had a million dollars to start with.