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Kevin Airis

Kevin Airis

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Kevin AirisKevin Airis7332 Woods Rd.Hillsboro, MO. 63050VIA CERTIFIED MAILMay 19, 2013Saint Louis Science Center 5050 Oakland AvenueSt. Louis, Mo. 63110RE: NOTICE OF INTENT TO PRESERVE AN INTEREST IN LOANEDPROPERTYTO Bert Vescolani President& Chief Executive Officer After meeting with you at the collection center on May 16, 2013, at 1:00 pm. (Thismeeting was attended by Bert Vescolani, Jenny, Bryon Derleth and Kevin Airis.) Ifeel even stronger that, you do not know if the items in question are in your collections. You were shown the 1979 and the 1989
appraisals
, along with aninventory that was done in 2001. You stated, you could not tell if our items werelisted or any ones else’s item. You also stated that, these could not be fullinventories. The 2001 inventory shows a belt with the loan number of 24-851which states Thomas Frank as the lender. That inventory was done by Melinda, inwhich, she testify, she looked at every item and she was the one who did theinventory. WE have always maintained that from these appraisals and thedestruction of the collection files in 2001 also the forged loan document, whichstates it, was a
loan
with no time limit. You can not say if the items in question arenot in your collections without me looking at all of your Native AmericanCollections. You are not familiar with the Airis collection and because of the poor  paper work you have, you have no knowledge of the lenders of most of your collections. At our meeting we were aloud in the collections department but wasnot shown the Native American Collection. We asked, again to see the NativeAmerican collection and again we were denied. The loan document of 
L 75.3
 shows the loan was signed on Oct. 10 1975 by Thomas Frank Airis. It also showshis name was forged on Oct 13, 1975 three days later which should have thrown a
 
red flag, being the items were in your museum for a year and a half. See reportstating name is forged. There fore again, I say you can not say with any confidencethat the items in question are not in your collections. I am also requesting that younotify the FBI and the items in question be put on the stolen art list, being theywere stolen from the museum by a museum employee and an attempt to cover upthe crime by forging my fathers name. I am also requesting that this employee be brought up on charges by the museum.Please take notice that Kevin Airis, on behalf of himself and the Estate of JewelSadine Airis, pursuant to sections 184
.114 R.S.M
Also
184.116 R.S.Mo
. here byintend to preserve their interest in loan number 
L 75.3
accepted by the Museum of Science and Natural History/k/a the Saint Louis Science Center Sub district ,onOct. 10, 1975 with the Loan Acceptance Form attached hereto as “Exhibit 1 “, withsaid loan encompassing the following property:The items missing could be any one of the following.
Beaded Moccasins –3 pair such items may include your catalog numbers:
o
24.462 A,B
o
24.876 A,B
o
24-0071 A,B
o
24-0471 A,B
o
24-0048 A,B
o
24-0062
o
24-0392 A,B
o
24-0433 A,B
o
24-0468
o
24-0462 A,B
o
24-1318 A,B
o
24-0857 A,B
o
24-0859
o
24-0473 A,B
o
24-0863 A,B
o
24-0867
o
24-0862
o
24-0857 A,B
o
24-0473 A,B
o
24-0473 A,B
o
24-1320

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