By 1980-'81 Andreas was living and painting in Queens, NY. He painted about a dozen frames for us, and I often dropped them off and picked them up. His father was also no longer working for Fraysee, building frames under his own name in Queens. I can't remember if the building and painting were done on the same premises---I don't think I ever met Francisco there when I was visiting Andreas.
There was a guy by the name of Bill Ralph building frames for Fraysee in '80 and '81. He built a few frames under his own name ("Ralph"), but I think left framebuilding and the biz by the mid-'80s. He was a friend of the owners of the shop where I worked, would visit every now and then and built a very small frame for one of the owners. It was the only Ralph I've ever seen.
Paul Brodek Hillsdale, NJ
On Tue, 1 Jul 2003 21:48:31 -0400, "John Pergolizzi"
>Yes, Andreas painted. About 1978 till?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "jamie swan" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 7:04 PM
>Subject: Re: [CR]Paris-Sport
>> Mike Melton and Dave Molton are the others but did Andreas Cuevas ever
>> Jamie Swan - Northport, N.Y.
>> LouDeeter@aol.com wrote:
>> > In a message dated 7/1/2003 9:10:36 AM Eastern Standard Time,
>> > > made by Orero who was one 5 (maybe 6 ?) different frame
>> > > builders who worked
>> > > there at one time or another.
>> > >
>> > > Good trivia question: name those frame builders?
>> > In addition to Orero, Francisco Cuevas and Guiseppe Limongi were two of
>the other builders at Paris Sport. Lou Deeter, Orlando FL
Paul C. Brodek
Hillsdale, N.J. U.S.A.