Sunday afternoon, March 18th, was a beautiful day in Cleveland, and the glass roof of the Galleria let the sunshine come through and warm the atrium. We were honored to host Dr. Csaba Latorcai, Deputy Undersecretary of Government, in this sunny space. Our Museum was one of many stops for Dr. Latorcai who was visiting Cleveland from Budapest. Prior to giving this year’s keynote speech at the program commemorating the events of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, he and Dr. Zita Bencsik, Hungarian Consul General from Chicago, had the chance to tour the Museum. Seeing the various exhibits helped Dr. Latorcai gain a greater appreciation of the history of the American-Hungarian experience as it unfolded in the Cleveland area. We have such rich historical and cultural treasures in our Museum that help explain the local Cleveland Hungarian experience, and we were gratified to have the chance to show Dr. Latorcai how we share our story with the greater community.