Several years ago, my wife was given a tote bag purchased at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) gift shop in New York City. The bag has an “Andy Warhol” theme, and, therefore, not surprisingly, it also has a sense of humor. It’s made of pink and green striped canvas with a large Campbell’s Tomato Soup can–arguably Warhol’s most iconic work–printed on its front and back. Running up the straps is the famous Warhol quote, “I am a deeply superficial person.” Inside, at the end of a long, silver chain is a soup can shaped coin purse. But the real gem–the pièce de résistance–is what was tucked discreetly inside an inner pocket of the bag: a photocopy of a 1956 letter written to Andy Warhol by the then Director of MOMA Collections, rejecting the donation of one of his drawings.