But I'll bet you didn't know that Buckminster Fuller and Richard Fuller were cousins!
Richard Fuller is the man who founded Seattle Art Museum—the one chiefly responsible for the tremendous Asian collections held in Seattle, for commissioning Carl Gould's 1930s building in Volunteer Park, and for, well, getting things underway art-museum-wise in this city.
Richard Fuller is the one on the right, in the jade gallery at SAM. In the 1930s picture, he's with his mother, Margaret, at what's now SAAM. On the left, it's the cousins at Richard's Seattle home, sometime prior to 1975. What did they talk about?!