In his autobiography from 1939, Riet Campell (1866-1951) recounts his life as a beer farmer in Susch and Celerina. As a pioneer, he collected residential cultural property and built the Museum Engiadinais in St. Moritz for it in 1906.
The editor Duri Bezzola publishes for the first time the Romansh original with a complete translation into German, supplemented with research and illustrations of this moving era.
Introduction by the museum management and by Prof. Dr. Rico Valär, Zuoz; Rhaeto-Romanic and German; musical accompaniment.
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