The twenty-year secret

Gilbert, D.
December 1989
Yankee;Dec89, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p20
Discusses the secret life of art gallery owner Robert Elowitch of Portland, Me., who sold art by day and took part in International Championship wrestling by night, afraid to let customers know for fear of disapproval. How the secret got out; Reaction.


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