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Never Climbed His Mountain

Gladstone, Julian

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ISBN 10: 0741469898 / ISBN 13: 9780741469892
Published by Infinity, 2011
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Title: Never Climbed His Mountain

Publisher: Infinity

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition:Very Good

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Born in the lap of luxury in New York City, a teenager in Larchmont, New York, the author enlisted as a navigator in World War II. Graduated the Wharton School before entering the motion picture industry and then millinery manufacturing in Montreal. For forty years Julian worked at every level in conventional, discount and catalog showroom management, coast to coast, before starting his own business. He initiated many retail firsts and provided seminars at national retail conventions. His career culminated with several chains in the Northwest. Biography offered by The Gladstone Legacy Co. Inc.

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