Thanks for all that you're doing to resuurect this series. I'm curious about the above statement. Mr. Chertok was nearly 89 when he passed away so it wouldn't be what one would normally consider an untimely or early death. Does this mean that he did not trust others with his business knowledge and records? In the normal course of business there would have been succession planning for his assets and estate. Or was it the case that he simply didn't see the value of certain of his holdings and thus didn't manage them the way he would have one of his more valuable properties. This is not to meant to be critical of his organization in any way; just an honest question about how this situationof the missing negatives came about in the first place.