i don't know if it means anything - is cryptome a recognized resource for viable information?
i have been spending most of my time looking into the real estate records for the house where the handkerchief was found, just looking for anything concrete. this is that house, listed on sotheby's real estate rentals:
late last night this popped up while searching for the address ""55 harbor view" vineyard party":
the ninth link down is this document:
which i can't archive with archive.is.
(but here's a very small screenshot of the address on line 11900: https://i.sli.mg/pgzkvF.jpg))
it's filled with names/addresses/phone numbers/directions - tons and tons of identifying and personal information, i'm not totally comfortable copying and pasting here. but the sheet's open and available - i'd just warn against opening it blindly. i sandboxed/scanned. ymmv.
i thought it was odd that the address in question would be in such a strangely formatted spreadsheet, and a quick look couldn't find anything interesting.
so i excel-ninja-searched it, and found two hits: boxes N177 (which on first blush appears blank) and N11900 (which is expanded).
they contain the same information, but N177 is shortened to hide the info which has been alt-entered down a few lines.
skipping the labor a bit - it shows that that property was listed as the 'alternate residence' of melissa moss and jonathan silver. moss was implicated in the clinton $50k-donation-in-exchange-for-seats-on-trade-missions almost-scandal, which ended when Ron Brown died in a plane crash on one of those missions.
this is the wiki article - moss isn't mentioned much (edit - took out 'at all'), but she was a central part of the lawsuit, which fizzled out after Brown died.
I just find that connection odd, and it doesn't really lead anywhere. the list is from 2016, allegedly, but i show another owner of the house based on other more public records, one Linda Comstock:
and then i just realized something else - the email refers to the field house. i always thought that was a house name, something special, like a title - some rental properties do that - but then i found this:
and something clicked. the fifteenth entry down lists a Michael S Field or Michael S Keld, with the 55 harbor view address. it's called the field house because at the time, it belonged to Michael S Field. i wonder when it changed hands, and for how much.