Betsy Hailey, author of A Woman of Independent Means and other great works, came to Dallas to meet Russell Martin and to visit the DeGolyer Library.  The DeGolyer Library is the home of many great collections and papers, including works by prominent Dallas residents, like Stanley Marcus, and authors, such as Horton Foote.  What better way for Russell Martin and Pamalla Anderson, also with the library, to discuss the monumental role of the Forsythe and Hailey families and their contribution to Dallas and the arts than at Café Pacific on a spring day in Highland Park Village?