For many, collections evolve from a way to enjoy a subject of interest into a way of celebrating particular people. This certainly is the case for Dennis Dailey. Growing up in North Platte, Neb., Dailey was friends with Jeff Agler and his sister, Pat. In 1964, when Dailey was about 8, Pat purchased a copy of the Beatles’ I Want to Hold Your Hand, and at the risk of oversimplification, Dailey’s life changed forever. “The first time I heard that song I was just mesmerized by it,” Dailey says.