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.
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