I'm really excited and really amazed by all this. It looks almost like someone just dumped an entire answer to the problem right in our laps, although I don't know who. It did included a note, though, from the same person who claimed to have info for me, or so I believe.
This should help. Don't worry about who I am. Use it for what you said you would.
That's all I have to go on. I've already boxed it all up and left it in a safe place. I've sent Christine a message so she can find it. People, I think we've done it.
Got a couple questions.
1)Do you have a scanner that can capture these documents in electronic file form?
2)Do you think you could attach that file to a forward message to Christine?
If the answer to both questions is "yes," or if you could make it so with acquisition of some additional hardware and/or software, I think you ought to send that material forward to her electronically, so that in case the physical documents get lost at any time in the ensuing 80 years, the information will still get to her. I'd say, do it ASAP. And once you've done it, do it again. Take no chances. Give the material every opportunity to get to her, and give her every oppportunity to get it.
And whatever you can or can't do to send the information forward electronically, make sure you make and keep a hard copy file of EVERYTHING in a safe place only you know about, and another one in a place only you and some trusted friends (Meaghan and Jackson) know about. You'll be spending a lot of time and a little money at Circuit City and Kinko's, but it'll be worth it.
Good luck. I DON'T think it's the end of the story (things rarely do end so tidily in life), but it could well be the beginning of the resolution process.