Grandson Rellysdom says that this is not an area the family is looking at. The family had already appointed J.F. Kennedy to take responsibility for looking after their father's gifts to his next generations. But they have not mentioned any ideas about where to house these items and display them to the public.
Rellysdom says that he was notified by his grandfather, Kumana, weeks before he died that he would like to have a museum set up to display these items. But the grandson was disappointed that Kumana's request (one of his 5 recommendation) has been excluded by Kumana's own sons during their private discussion. But the grandson said that he will continue to carry out his grandfather's request and ask his uncles to come up with the idea to house these items.