Maurice Bernin

The chauffeur and driver for W. Gould Brokaw

Nationality: France
Born: Unknown
Died: Unknown

The chauffeur and driver for W. Gould Brokaw and winner of the 1904 Eagle Rock Hill Climb, November 24, 1904.

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