Guide to the Julien Heimendinger Collection, ca. 1930s
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Overview of the Collection
Collection Title: Julien Heimendinger
Bulk Dates: 1934-1936
Dates: ca. 1930s
0.21 linear feet
Language of Materials:
Old China Hands Archives
Abstract: Julien Heimendinger was a Renault
salesman, with exclusive contracts to sell Renault vehicles in Shanghai in the 1930s.
The collection consists of exclusivity contracts from 1934-1936 between Heimendinger and
Renault, a letter from Renault offering discounts on certain Renault vehicles, and
photographs of Heimendinger, Renault cars, and service stations in Shanghai.
Julien Heimendinger was a Renault salesman, with exclusive contracts to sell Renault
vehicles in Shanghai in the 1930s. He was married to Blanche Heimendinger, and they had
two daughters, Arlette Goodsell and Liliane Ransom.
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Genre/Form of Material:
Jessica Geiser, 2013
Conditions Governing Use:
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Scope and Contents
The Julien Heimendinger Collection consists of items related to Heimendinger’s career
selling Renault vehicles in Shanghai during the 1930s. Materials in the collection
include exclusivity contracts between Renault and Heimendinger, a letter from Renault
offering discounts on particular vehicles, and photographs of Heimendinger, Renault
vehicles, and various service stations in Shanghai.
Box 1, Folder 1
Renault Exclusivity Contracts,
Box 1, Folder 2
Renault Discounts Letter,
1936 March 16