You sensed that he was someone special. It may have been because of his confident gait or by the way he wore his hat, tilted to one side. But by any means, you knew that Harry was a person of great pride and class. It was the way he handled himself in public and his great presence that caused people to gravitate to him. He always attracted a crowd whether he was at a restaurant in the North End or at the Suffolk Downs Racetrack on a sunny Saturday afternoon. He stood tall and handsome in his pin-striped suit and highly polished black and white shoes. His ’55 Caddy reflected the classic dignity we all admired about him. He was so good looking and refined that all over Boston and far beyond, people from all walks of life came to know him as “Handsome Harry”.