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Hotel Jerome, ASPEN, Colorado,
chrome, pub: Ted Lewy, no#, divided back, MWOB, unused (co)

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Hotel Oxford, Mason at Market Sts., San Francisco, chrome, pub: TED LEWY, no#, Signed: Ted Lewy, unused(sf)
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TED LEWY was born in Germany, but fled the Hitler persecution in 1936 with $4.00 in his pocket. He worked in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai before arriving in SAN FRANCISCO in 1940. He later served in the United States Army in World War II. He painted murals for night clubs as well as heading his own firm producing pictures, prints, paper napkins, greeting cards and POST CARDS of his paintings. There have been other products with his paintings on them. His most famous painting show the Cable Car of San Francisco. He painted in water colors. He Died in San Francisco in April 1963. Some of his material is very difficult to find! The SJPCC of San Jose published a check list back in 1992. SEE** TED LEWY CHECKLIST PS: A donation to the club is appreciated Note: He also produced a set of 12 cards for the Oakland Fairyland. California. Example (Goosey Goosey Gander - #1288(Part of card/set)
All the above cards are chrome types!
This scan is a sample of SF94 from the check list, and is not availabe.
NOTE: The out of state Hotel cards are the hardest to find! NOTE: Here is more info on Ted Lewy from an online member -- TNX Brian Ted Lewy was my next door neighbor during my schooling years, approximately 15 years. As a young man growing up in the Sunset District of San Francisco it was my pleasure to know Mr. Ted Lewy and his wife. Many times he would invite me and my brothers into his little work shop in his house. A few things I can pass on to your clients about Ted Lewy is he was a true lover of nature, many times he and his wife spent time in ther backyard admiring the garden they put together, the beautiful flowers and other arrangements. I use to stand on the wood fence between our houses and admire what he had done. In his home work shop he would show us new post cards and explain how he liked to use certain colors and shapes to make areas of his water colors stand out. It was a method he said no one else was using or really understood. He would have private showings at his house and I remember him showing me some of the oil paintings he had on tripods for these showings and told me certain ones were his favorite. One in particular was a Oil of the Napa Vineyards and it showed a two lane paved road with overhanging trees forming a curved arch over the road, and on the left side on a sloping hill was a large winery building. Ted Lewy had a pashion for nature, for certain geographic landscapes and buildings. He was a calm person who expressed concerns for others. He was extremely well organized and kept an emactly clean work area, house, and garden. He offered me advise on alot of personal issues and expressed concerns for humanity and the world. He loved to paint, and saw what he painted in "different eyes" as he said to me. Over doing things in his paintings to express certain points. He will be missed. If others have questions about Ted Lewy, I will be glad to respond, and if the questions are not to personal. Thanks and I hope some of what I've said is helpful. Brian
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