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(Story told by [[Mark Tinsky]])
 
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Jack H. Weinberger's brand JHW Pipes developed well, and so Weinberger also hired his nephew Vic Steinhart who lived in the adjoining house. Vic, obviously highly talented, created excellent freehands after a remarkable short while.
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[[Jack H. Weinberger]]'s brand JHW Pipes developed well, and so Weinberger also hired his nephew Vic Steinhart who lived in the adjoining house. Vic, obviously highly talented, created excellent freehands after a remarkable short while.
    
He also brought along a number of friends and thus the workshop became a meeting place of further Highschool boys, among them a certain Mitch Kaufman, who was an excellent basket ball player - the star of Caldwell High in 1971. Kaufman didn't care about pipemaking particularly and less about working generally. He just used to hang around, but he attentively watched Steinhart's efforts and achievements.
 
He also brought along a number of friends and thus the workshop became a meeting place of further Highschool boys, among them a certain Mitch Kaufman, who was an excellent basket ball player - the star of Caldwell High in 1971. Kaufman didn't care about pipemaking particularly and less about working generally. He just used to hang around, but he attentively watched Steinhart's efforts and achievements.
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Curt Rollar and Mark Tinsky finished the last BOI pipes and with the money raised from selling them they paid for Steinhart`s inventory. This was the start of The American Pipe Company.
 
Curt Rollar and Mark Tinsky finished the last BOI pipes and with the money raised from selling them they paid for Steinhart`s inventory. This was the start of The American Pipe Company.
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[[Category: Pipe makers by nationality]]
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[[Category: United States]]

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