[00:02:25] Can you tell us more about Dominos sugar?
[00:03:05] Could you please tell us more about the conditions of the refinery?
[00:06:31] Tell us more about the turmoil in the States and around the world because of this?
[00:08:29] The sugar industry really shaped the economy and the skyline when it comes to the sugar industry. What would the city have been without it?
[00:10:53] Did the art come from the mansion facing central park?
[00:12:03] Could you tell us more about the sugar trust?
[00:14:35] What made Henry Havemeryer push the American government to fight with Spain?
[00:14:55] It was all about the money, right?
[00:16:13] Does Met Museum have a responsibility to talk about the money and the history of the art hanging on their walls?
[00:18:09] What did the president of the United States say about this?
[00:20:06] What kind of emotion does seeing sugar evoke from you knowing what you know now?
[00:21:34] Why did the union solider need so much sugar a month?
[00:22:33] What was the influence of the Sherman act?
[00:27:41] Let’s talk about his family that’s living today.
[00:30:09] What’s happening to the modern Domino sugar building?
[00:31:00] Special thank you to Michael Kawochka from Warren Lewis Sotheby's International Realty for making this introduction and helping with the interview!