Twenty-second Century Philanthropy

December 23, 2009

Unless the $50,000 trust was socked away, as I suspect it was, in an uninsured bank that failed in the Crash that came along not four months after Latta's death.
Oh well. The best-laid plans and all that.
Still, it's fun to think of that money sitting in some bank in Indianapolis, slowly increasing through the miracle of compound interest, and waiting, waiting, waiting to be liberated to at last begin to do its good work.

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