Whatever floats your boat...
The Boston Public Library opened its doors in 1895. The architect was Charles F. McKim, of McKim, Mead and White. Among the features of the facade were stone panels carved with the names of scientists, philosophers, and artists.
Eventually somebody noticed that if you read down the first letters of the eminent names on one of the panels you got "McKim Mead White". There was a fuss and the panel was replaced.
About ten years later Stanford White, the most ebullient and arguably most talented of the partners was shot in the head by an aggrieved husband while he was watching a show at the rooftop cafe on Madison Garden (which he designed). McKim never designed anything of significance after the death of his friend and colleague.
The music is "Cactus" by The Pixies.