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During Edgar Cayce's lifetime, the records of the readings were his personal property. After his death, they became the property of his sons, Hugh Lynn Cayce and Edgar Evans Cayce, and his secretary, Gladys Davis Turner. They were stored in the Cayce home and office. In February 1948, the Edgar Cayce Foundation (ECF) was chartered by the Commonwealth of Virginia to provide sole permanent legal and physical custody of historical resources including the original records and correspondence, business papers, appointment books, photographs, and recorded lectures. A number of donated items in the vault include a mummy's hand and gemstone collection. The Edgar Cayce readings are copyrighted by the Edgar Cayce Foundation, solely responsible for granting permission to use the materials. Claire Gardner worked for several years as the Archive Coordinator.