Years and years ago I saw an article, I believe in the Smithsonian magazine, about a postal worker and a librarian, Herb and Dorothy Vogel, who had amassed an amazing contemporary art collection, which they were donating to the National Gallery of Art. It's always stuck with me as an outrageously cool thing, especially since I'm a librarian and someone who loves to collect art. Recently I learned that a documentary had been made about them, Herb & Dorothy, which you can borrow from Netflix. We watched it the other night and it was delightful. I highly recommend checking it out!