I had no idea. If asked, I would have said that the Larry Bell Museum in Mentone had scored the X-14. I had no idea that there was another hangar in a farm field in the middle of nowhere Indiana with museum items, much less an artifact of this quality and significance.
The Bell X-14 is the cause of one of the gaps in aircraft designations. The Tilt Rotor Research Aircraft was originally given the designation XV-14, but NASA Ames management, which was running the program, asked for a change to XV-15 because Bell had won the competition to design and build it. The Bell (Buffalo) X-14 was still on flight status there and they were concerned about the potential for confusion between a Bell X-14 and a Bell XV-14. True story - I was at Bell at the time working on the program.