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know, to charitable, charitable contributions. So I did that.
To whatever extent I can do that, I've done it and I still have one
more payment to be made on it, and I will do it again. So that it
may be able to make my Foundation, which I'd spent a lot of money
from, independent. My having to constantly give money to the
Foundation. I was always giving money to the Foundation.
I remember a few years ago you were worried about the Foundation.
You had eight millions in it then, you told me.
The Foundation had eight million in it, you told me, some years
ago, and you were going to have to do something about increasing this.
Oh, I had no -- I had spent money and had, maybe originally,
had at one time eight million, and that I had spent a lot of money,
and so I was going to have to do something to increase it to be able
to operate on a modest scale. And that's what I've done in the
selling of the pictures. I was able to give part of the money, that
would otherwise have gone in tax, to the Foundation. That wasn't
a temptation, to do it that way.
Yes, of course it was.
Yes. Then, about Leeds Castle, which is the home of my
friend, Alice Baillie [Lady Alice Baillie], and was given to a
Foundation, to be used as a place for people to use and see. I went
there last September, and Lord Geoffrey Lloyd, who was the Chairman
of the Board of the Foundation, arranged a meeting with Mr. Notter
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