Bohemian rhapsody

February 2003
Cabinet Maker;2/14/2003, Issue 5324, p60
Trade Publication
Interviews James Bartle, the owner of Casamass in Great Britain. Career history; Achievements of Bartle; Persons that influenced Bartle. INSET: James Bartle.


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