Durst Phototechnik AG is a manufacturer of photographic and printing equipment, based in Brixen, Italy.
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... In 1940, Durst joined the real estate firm, The Durst Organization, which had been founded by his father ... The company invested in Manhattan real estate, based upon Durst's belief that one should never buy anything one cannot walk to ... Durst was vocal about his beliefs that the government should not interfere in real estate transactions ...
... They had four children Douglas Durst - the present chairman of the Durst Organization Robert Durst - Robert Durst was implicated in three separate ... Thomas Durst Wendy Durst Kreeger His wife died in 1950 at age 32 by falling or jumping off the roof of their family mansion in Scarsdale ... Seymour Durst never remarried ...
... Alan Durst (1883–1970) was a British sculptor and wood carver ... Three of Durst's work are held in the permanent collection of Tate Gallery ...
... Mayor Abraham Beame called for the resignation of Seymour Durst from the Mayor's Midtown Citizens Committee in March 1976 ... Durst, head of the Durst Organization, a real estate firm, had recently sold the Luxor Hotel to a group which wanted to convert the building into an ...
... In 2008, Durst had become one of the top targets of the Idaho Republican Party ... This prompted five-term legislator Julie Ellsworth to challenge Durst ... Durst defeated Ellsworth by a 51/49 margin ...
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