Those who criticize should also praise when it’s deserved. Good things come to those who wait. And what follows also proves the unstated contention in Rogues’ Gallery that great institutions aren’t the same as the sometimes-flawed transients who run them. Twenty-eight months ago, after I finished writing that book, I gave a copy of a privately-printed memoir, Remembrances by the late Arthur Amory Houghton, as a gift to the Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, as they did not have a copy of the book by the Museum’s former chairman, and the Houghton family member who gave it to me had suggested I donate it once I was through with it. Today, that gift has finally appeared in the museum’s WatsonOnline catalog, which even notes who donated it. And, it turns out, Rogues’ Gallery is now available in the museum’s library, too. Shhhh. Don’t tell the trustees.