Helmar Lerski alias Halmar Junge - He grew up in Switzerland and in he emigrated to the USA where he worked as a stage actor for many years. From he used the pen name Helmar Lerski.
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He began a second career as a photographer in Milwaukee in and he soon became established as a demanded portrait photographer. It followed engagements as a guest lecturer at the University of Texas in Austin for language and literature.
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Those Swiss customs officials are really tough. I suspect there must be a ton of weed rotting at the bottom of that lake as well. I miss stories like this on TTAC — well written and learned a lot about some great automotive history. Bugatti roadster, custom body, one of a kind. Has desirable wire spoke wheels and original tires still hold air!
Some rust and water damage from being parked outside. Very restorable project car.
Moving out of the country, must sell. Contact , ask for Eddie. Great story, and matches my own personal experiences with Swiss border personnel. Should we consider Bugatti the cars to be French or Italian? The cars, however, were made in France and are one of the most important historical marques.
I think you have to go by where the headquarters of the company was located. By that standard the original Bugatti was most definitely French. The first revival was Italian. Correct, Molsheim was German from to Bugatti was founded in and existed in its original incarnation until I often visit the Lago Maggiore for holidays and was aware of this story. But not where the car ended now. So thanks for this story and the pictures.
And the quote from Liberty Valance in the headline was well done. Next to the plaque seems to be a photo. Was that the young man who was murdered in Locarno?
Unfortunately, the photo I took with his full image had some motion blur. You must be logged in to post a comment. When Legend Becomes Fact: The hotel has two faces: Rooms are arranged along a corkscrew ramp wrapping a skylighted atrium think of a miniature version of New York's Guggenheim Museum.
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Head to the converted attic for breakfast; for lunch or dinner a tiny but lively bar offers surprisingly tasty food. Ask to see the furry green bathroom in back. There's also modern furniture, artwork, and the newest storage craze—Swissboys, vintage 's Swissair galley carts in blazing red, yellow, and blue. This converted stable is part of a former military complex on the Sihl River that now serves as an urban arts center. Horses' hay buckets line the restaurant's stone walls to remind you of the building's original purpose.
Lurking in these medieval surroundings are monuments to Modernism.