Donald Pels, telecoms entrepreneur, 1928-2014

Party on THE HIGH LINE and Summer Dinner...Donald Pels, Wendy Keys, Will Sahlman at Party on THE HIGH LINE and Summer Dinner High Line, NYC June 21, 2010 Patrick McMullan Picture by CLINT SPAULDING/PatrickMcMullan.com/LFI
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