Paul Gerhard Prestegaard was a die-hard, square-jawed Norwegian, with all the principles and authoritativeness that description summons. He was also a fun- loving family man who lived to tell stories, none more so than his own set forth here. Included in his pithy commentaries are a brush with Lindbergh before the famous Paris flight, building several businesses from scratch, the path to secure several patents and overall living a large life. Included also are investment recommendations honed from hard experience, remembrances by family and friends, and a historic family timeline.They wanted to make cartons for a big bakery that was in that town. Pie boxes and cake boxes and donut boxes. So I said, awell, wea#39;ve got this [machine] and we can make so many boxes an hour and this is whata#39;s involved.a The Frenchmenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Off in a Cloud of Whaledust|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-07-13|