Regarding the article on “Guild Legends” in the Newsletter. I would like to add to Lily Hoy’s comments on the history of the Christmas Legends. The first person to create the legends was Elizabeth Wrenn (Betty) Houston. Betty was a student of Arnold Bank and taught for many years at PCA, then called the Arts and Crafts Center. Both Myrna Rosen and I were her students. At that time there were eight trees with legends as well as an “introductory” legend at the entrance of Architectural hall. Betty did ALL of them — beautifully! When Betty died the task was passed along to me. That was about 1982. During my tenure the trees dwindled to six and the introductory legend was eliminated. I created all the legends for, as well as I can remember, five or six years. At the same time I created the booklets based on the legends for Senator John Heinz. The booklets were given to his guests as favours at his Annual Christmas Celebration held in Architecture Hall. When I retired from doing the legends, Virginia Rust took over, however, I continued creating the booklets for the Senator, and after his unfortunate death, his wife Teresa. It was after that, I believe, several Guild members took over.