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Re: Philadelphia Cemeteries #general

Susan CHECKMAN <phillysuz@...>
 

Here is the address for a web page by the IAJGS - Cemetery Project. It hasan
incredible amount of information on Philadelphia-area Jewish cemeteries:

http://www2.jewishgen.org/cemetery/northamerica/philpa.html

Suzie Checkman
Philadelphia, PA

Any help with regard to possible Philadelphia Jewish cemeteries in use during
1908 to 1913 would be most appreciated.

Leonie Flack

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Philadelphia Cemeteries #general

Susan CHECKMAN <phillysuz@...>
 

Here is the address for a web page by the IAJGS - Cemetery Project. It hasan
incredible amount of information on Philadelphia-area Jewish cemeteries:

http://www2.jewishgen.org/cemetery/northamerica/philpa.html

Suzie Checkman
Philadelphia, PA

Any help with regard to possible Philadelphia Jewish cemeteries in use during
1908 to 1913 would be most appreciated.

Leonie Flack

Re: Rabbinical/Tribe Question (Adler, Halpern, Alber) #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Terri wrote:

1. Should I assume that if the Beider Poland Book lists a last name as
"Rabbinic", (examples of some names: Adler, Halpern, Alber), that the members of
these family were >from the Kohanim tribe?

2. In the 18th and 19th centuries, were there Rabbi who were Levy's and
Israelites? Or just Kohanim?

3. Should I, also, assume that there were Rabbi in the Adler, Halpern, and
Alber families that I am researching (18th and 19th century) or not necessarily?
Tom:

Rabbis are not priests. Anybody who studies can become a rabbi. That has been
the case ever since Rabbinic Judaism got started; in fact, that was part of the
whole point.

Your question #3 is best answered: "it depends."

What does it depend on?

a) location, location, location: what part of the world are we talking about?

b) date: had most Jews in that part of the world already taken surnames? Surname
adoption was mandated in much of Europe in the period 1787-1850. Before then,
most Jews used patronyms only (<name> ben/bat/bar <name>).

In the case of the three names you mention, I'd guess (and I mean, guess) that
ADLER was taken as a required surname more often than HALPERN or ALBER, the latter
of which was often a variant of the (often) Rabbinic name HALBERSTADT/HALBERSTAM.

In the event, there's a special mailing list just for rabbinic-genealogy issues.
It's called RavSIG.

Best,

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ
researching Upper Silesia and the occasional HALBERSTADT
***
MODERATOR NOTE:The Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (SIG) is a forum for
those interested in rabbinic genealogy or researching rabbinic ancestry within any
geographic area or time period. For more information, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic/

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Rabbinical/Tribe Question (Adler, Halpern, Alber) #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Terri wrote:

1. Should I assume that if the Beider Poland Book lists a last name as
"Rabbinic", (examples of some names: Adler, Halpern, Alber), that the members of
these family were >from the Kohanim tribe?

2. In the 18th and 19th centuries, were there Rabbi who were Levy's and
Israelites? Or just Kohanim?

3. Should I, also, assume that there were Rabbi in the Adler, Halpern, and
Alber families that I am researching (18th and 19th century) or not necessarily?
Tom:

Rabbis are not priests. Anybody who studies can become a rabbi. That has been
the case ever since Rabbinic Judaism got started; in fact, that was part of the
whole point.

Your question #3 is best answered: "it depends."

What does it depend on?

a) location, location, location: what part of the world are we talking about?

b) date: had most Jews in that part of the world already taken surnames? Surname
adoption was mandated in much of Europe in the period 1787-1850. Before then,
most Jews used patronyms only (<name> ben/bat/bar <name>).

In the case of the three names you mention, I'd guess (and I mean, guess) that
ADLER was taken as a required surname more often than HALPERN or ALBER, the latter
of which was often a variant of the (often) Rabbinic name HALBERSTADT/HALBERSTAM.

In the event, there's a special mailing list just for rabbinic-genealogy issues.
It's called RavSIG.

Best,

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ
researching Upper Silesia and the occasional HALBERSTADT
***
MODERATOR NOTE:The Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (SIG) is a forum for
those interested in rabbinic genealogy or researching rabbinic ancestry within any
geographic area or time period. For more information, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic/

Re: Trenton, NJ - Likely Cemetery #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

There's likely and there's likely. They could have purchased a plot in a society's
burial area and could be buried in Brooklyn! My grandparents lived their entire
lives in Brooklyn and are buried in Staten Island. Other relatives >from Bayonne NJ
are also buried in the same cemetery. My Bronx relatives are buried on Long Island
as are my Queens parents.

Baron Hirsch is a very large old cemetery (Staten Island) with many graves >from
that period and might not be a bad place to start.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Trenton, NJ - Likely Cemetery #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

There's likely and there's likely. They could have purchased a plot in a society's
burial area and could be buried in Brooklyn! My grandparents lived their entire
lives in Brooklyn and are buried in Staten Island. Other relatives >from Bayonne NJ
are also buried in the same cemetery. My Bronx relatives are buried on Long Island
as are my Queens parents.

Baron Hirsch is a very large old cemetery (Staten Island) with many graves >from
that period and might not be a bad place to start.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY

Re: Abe LINCOLN Update #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

HeyJudy123@... wrote:

More research on my part would not have changed the fact that this rumor just
was printed--albeit expressly acknowledged as a rumor--in a major New York City
newspaper. And, speaking empirically, have any of you ever heard of man named
"Mordechai" who was not Jewish? There seems to be no dispute among scholars that
this really was Lincoln's great-grandfather's name.
Judy:

The New York Post is a major newspaper, I suppose, but it's also a major
sensationalistic rumormonger (big headline: _WMD!_ a year or so ago, then no
retraction). Yes, that's just my opinion.

As for the name "Mordechai", empirical research these days is easily carried out
at www.google.com or any of the general genealogy sites. Mordechai/Mordecai was
in fact a fairly common name among Anglo-Americans and others in earlier times.
One example: Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, nicknamed "Miner" or
"Three-Finger", a Hall of Fame pitcher who was a member of the last Chicago Cubs
team to win the World Series (1908).

And before anyone accuses me of being off-topic, his catcher that year was Johnny
Kling, who *was* Jewish.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ
researching Upper Silesian members of the Washington Senators

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Abe LINCOLN Update #general

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

HeyJudy123@... wrote:

More research on my part would not have changed the fact that this rumor just
was printed--albeit expressly acknowledged as a rumor--in a major New York City
newspaper. And, speaking empirically, have any of you ever heard of man named
"Mordechai" who was not Jewish? There seems to be no dispute among scholars that
this really was Lincoln's great-grandfather's name.
Judy:

The New York Post is a major newspaper, I suppose, but it's also a major
sensationalistic rumormonger (big headline: _WMD!_ a year or so ago, then no
retraction). Yes, that's just my opinion.

As for the name "Mordechai", empirical research these days is easily carried out
at www.google.com or any of the general genealogy sites. Mordechai/Mordecai was
in fact a fairly common name among Anglo-Americans and others in earlier times.
One example: Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, nicknamed "Miner" or
"Three-Finger", a Hall of Fame pitcher who was a member of the last Chicago Cubs
team to win the World Series (1908).

And before anyone accuses me of being off-topic, his catcher that year was Johnny
Kling, who *was* Jewish.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ
researching Upper Silesian members of the Washington Senators

Re: Search for Emil RATHENAU sources #germany

Joseph Fibel <JFibel@...>
 

Dear Werner,

There is a good book that I keep forgetting about but which is frequently
very helpful. It is Sourcebook for Jewish Genealogies and Family Histories by Zubatsky &
Berent.

It shows that there are RATHENAU family archives at Leo Baeck showing family
tables going back to 1710. I suggest sending them an e-mail inquiry.

Joe Fibel Suburban NYC <JFibel@...>

"Werner Zimmt" <wsz@...> wrote:
I have been searching for the ancestors of Emil RATHENAU, born in Berlin
Dec 11 1838. I found one biography that mentioned his mother's maiden
name, described his father and 2 brothers, but never gave any names.
If that information is available, I would apprciate getting it, or at least a
website I could go to.

German SIG #Germany Re: Search for Emil RATHENAU sources #germany

Joseph Fibel <JFibel@...>
 

Dear Werner,

There is a good book that I keep forgetting about but which is frequently
very helpful. It is Sourcebook for Jewish Genealogies and Family Histories by Zubatsky &
Berent.

It shows that there are RATHENAU family archives at Leo Baeck showing family
tables going back to 1710. I suggest sending them an e-mail inquiry.

Joe Fibel Suburban NYC <JFibel@...>

"Werner Zimmt" <wsz@...> wrote:
I have been searching for the ancestors of Emil RATHENAU, born in Berlin
Dec 11 1838. I found one biography that mentioned his mother's maiden
name, described his father and 2 brothers, but never gave any names.
If that information is available, I would apprciate getting it, or at least a
website I could go to.

Re: GerSIG Proposed Project with Registers Census & Name Adoption Lists etc. #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg <106503.3561@...>
 

Like others, I've also been following the discussion thread about this
proposed Gersig Project with very keen interest and, would be happy to
volunteer my services with some transcription work at the very least,
(working full time I promise to do what I can!)

I wondered what thoughts had thus far been given to work currently subject
to copyright legislation by individuals and local German History Societies.
During my own research I've come across many similar documents that have
been digitised by the local history societies working in their areas where,
on completion and in digitisation fo the work they have copywriten the
work. How would this aspect be tackled within the proposed project?

Two examples I have come across recently are:

Work undertaken by Heimatkunde im Landkreis Saarlouis e.V. see:
http://www.vfh-saarlouis.de/
and also work undertaken by Das Mosaik Archiv f=FCr Familienforschung in
Kleve see http://www.mosaik-kleve.com/

Kind regards to all

Jeanette Rosenberg London UK <106503.3561@...> JGID 37756

MODERATOR NOTE: In addition to "working full time", Jeanette is a leader of the
UK German Jewish SIG. I hope that her generous offer to help with GerSIG
research projects will be a reminder and an inspiration to many other members.

Issues surrounding the proposed "family registers" database project are being
discussed off-list by the informal group of GerSIGers who have offered to help
lead this effort. Please send messages regarding this proposed project by
private E-mail to: gersig@...

German SIG #Germany Re: GerSIG Proposed Project with Registers Census & Name Adoption Lists etc. #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg <106503.3561@...>
 

Like others, I've also been following the discussion thread about this
proposed Gersig Project with very keen interest and, would be happy to
volunteer my services with some transcription work at the very least,
(working full time I promise to do what I can!)

I wondered what thoughts had thus far been given to work currently subject
to copyright legislation by individuals and local German History Societies.
During my own research I've come across many similar documents that have
been digitised by the local history societies working in their areas where,
on completion and in digitisation fo the work they have copywriten the
work. How would this aspect be tackled within the proposed project?

Two examples I have come across recently are:

Work undertaken by Heimatkunde im Landkreis Saarlouis e.V. see:
http://www.vfh-saarlouis.de/
and also work undertaken by Das Mosaik Archiv f=FCr Familienforschung in
Kleve see http://www.mosaik-kleve.com/

Kind regards to all

Jeanette Rosenberg London UK <106503.3561@...> JGID 37756

MODERATOR NOTE: In addition to "working full time", Jeanette is a leader of the
UK German Jewish SIG. I hope that her generous offer to help with GerSIG
research projects will be a reminder and an inspiration to many other members.

Issues surrounding the proposed "family registers" database project are being
discussed off-list by the informal group of GerSIGers who have offered to help
lead this effort. Please send messages regarding this proposed project by
private E-mail to: gersig@...

Re: Seek a home for my Laupheim files #germany

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

MODERATOR NOTE: Mr. Stern is an accomplished genealogist and contributor to this
Forum. Please reply by private email with cc to gersig@....
MOD NOTE is continued below.

<mor@...> Reuven Mohr in Israel wrote:
At the present stage of the matters: where on JewishGen would be a site for
a file of genealogical data for a certain community (Laupheim/Wuerttemberg
in this case)? (quote continued below)
Brian Stern's reply:
I think that you are beginning to knock over the can of worms, to kick the
elephant standing silently in the room, to open Pandora's box. The answer
to your question and to the recent questions related to the proposed name adoption
list database and a BMD database is actually quite simple:

We need an All-German database, hosted on Jewishgen. An All-German database
would hold records of all sorts and would be sortable by the various fields in
all the records.

The reason we don't already have an All-German database is also simple.
It would be an awful lot of work to put this together and no one has as yet
stepped forward to shoulder this task.

To answer your question perhaps more specifically: A "gedcom" is a special
kind of collection of records. It is more than just a list of birth,
marriage, and death records. The Family Pages found in some German Jewish
records are very similar to the "gedcom" format and it seems a shame to
deconstruct these records into more simple BMD database records. The JGFF
database is exactly the sort of database required to maintain the
connections found in a "gedcom" file. You can find a similar database on the
familysearch.org web site. The reasons why JGen wouldn't allow your "gedcom"
seem opaque to me, although JGEN does seem aimed more towards personal
research and personal connections, rather than data mining of the sort that
you have done. Perhaps JGEN should have another "gedcom" database based on
non-personal gedcoms.

Brian Stern Lexington, KY <brians99@...>

First I had uploaded the file together with my private tree
to FTJP. After it was deleted I was informed that this is not the proper
site for such a file. I created a seperate Excel template with the details
of the people actually buried at the cemetery for "JOWBR" and it should
appear there in the next weeks.
But still I don't know where to put the larger Gedcom file. It might even
make unnecessary another digitizing of Laupheim records - a rather large
community - within the currently discussed project.
MOD NOTE:
As stated already, what we need to hear >from you is "this his what I will do
to help the project". We still need a volunteer to coordinate the off-list
discussions of: 1. The proposed Name Adoption List Database Project and the
separately proposed 2. Family List Database Project.
Most important, we need a leader for either or for a combined project.

JewishGen's expert program writers can help us decide how to structure the
data that is extracted >from original sources. First we need to assemble
a list of those sources. We need to obtain copies of the data. We need to
send the copies to volunteers with the necessary skills to read and translate
(extract) the old records.

As time slips by, the number of people who can understand these old German
documents will become ever smaller. Please let us know if you can help with
the extractions. Thank you. MODERATOR

German SIG #Germany Re: Seek a home for my Laupheim files #germany

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

MODERATOR NOTE: Mr. Stern is an accomplished genealogist and contributor to this
Forum. Please reply by private email with cc to gersig@....
MOD NOTE is continued below.

<mor@...> Reuven Mohr in Israel wrote:
At the present stage of the matters: where on JewishGen would be a site for
a file of genealogical data for a certain community (Laupheim/Wuerttemberg
in this case)? (quote continued below)
Brian Stern's reply:
I think that you are beginning to knock over the can of worms, to kick the
elephant standing silently in the room, to open Pandora's box. The answer
to your question and to the recent questions related to the proposed name adoption
list database and a BMD database is actually quite simple:

We need an All-German database, hosted on Jewishgen. An All-German database
would hold records of all sorts and would be sortable by the various fields in
all the records.

The reason we don't already have an All-German database is also simple.
It would be an awful lot of work to put this together and no one has as yet
stepped forward to shoulder this task.

To answer your question perhaps more specifically: A "gedcom" is a special
kind of collection of records. It is more than just a list of birth,
marriage, and death records. The Family Pages found in some German Jewish
records are very similar to the "gedcom" format and it seems a shame to
deconstruct these records into more simple BMD database records. The JGFF
database is exactly the sort of database required to maintain the
connections found in a "gedcom" file. You can find a similar database on the
familysearch.org web site. The reasons why JGen wouldn't allow your "gedcom"
seem opaque to me, although JGEN does seem aimed more towards personal
research and personal connections, rather than data mining of the sort that
you have done. Perhaps JGEN should have another "gedcom" database based on
non-personal gedcoms.

Brian Stern Lexington, KY <brians99@...>

First I had uploaded the file together with my private tree
to FTJP. After it was deleted I was informed that this is not the proper
site for such a file. I created a seperate Excel template with the details
of the people actually buried at the cemetery for "JOWBR" and it should
appear there in the next weeks.
But still I don't know where to put the larger Gedcom file. It might even
make unnecessary another digitizing of Laupheim records - a rather large
community - within the currently discussed project.
MOD NOTE:
As stated already, what we need to hear >from you is "this his what I will do
to help the project". We still need a volunteer to coordinate the off-list
discussions of: 1. The proposed Name Adoption List Database Project and the
separately proposed 2. Family List Database Project.
Most important, we need a leader for either or for a combined project.

JewishGen's expert program writers can help us decide how to structure the
data that is extracted >from original sources. First we need to assemble
a list of those sources. We need to obtain copies of the data. We need to
send the copies to volunteers with the necessary skills to read and translate
(extract) the old records.

As time slips by, the number of people who can understand these old German
documents will become ever smaller. Please let us know if you can help with
the extractions. Thank you. MODERATOR

suggestion re: "digitizing" data #germany

Arline and Sidney Sachs
 

The mention of CAHJP reminded me of some "books" I saw there this past
summer. They were about 2"x 3" and legible only with a powerful
magnifying glass. They were hard copy prints of microfilm.

I asked if I could take some digital pictures so I could enlarge them to
make them readable. (I paid the same amount to take all my digital
pictures there as I would have to get a hard copy.) I was refused
permission to take those pictures. I just gave up after a few minutes on
them and concentrated on other areas.

One is also not allowed to xerox them. Xerox light would eventually fade
the picture, but a digital picture doesn't affect it in any way.

I think that getting those documents (and there are thousands of books)
would be a real boon to anyone doing research and needing those books, and
would certainly be beneficial to CAHJP.

ARline Sachs Suburban Washington <sachs@...>

German SIG #Germany suggestion re: "digitizing" data #germany

Arline and Sidney Sachs
 

The mention of CAHJP reminded me of some "books" I saw there this past
summer. They were about 2"x 3" and legible only with a powerful
magnifying glass. They were hard copy prints of microfilm.

I asked if I could take some digital pictures so I could enlarge them to
make them readable. (I paid the same amount to take all my digital
pictures there as I would have to get a hard copy.) I was refused
permission to take those pictures. I just gave up after a few minutes on
them and concentrated on other areas.

One is also not allowed to xerox them. Xerox light would eventually fade
the picture, but a digital picture doesn't affect it in any way.

I think that getting those documents (and there are thousands of books)
would be a real boon to anyone doing research and needing those books, and
would certainly be beneficial to CAHJP.

ARline Sachs Suburban Washington <sachs@...>

Changes at "AOL anywhere" create "plain text" issue #germany

gersig@...
 

Users of AOL software versions 6 and up have difficulty writing email
in "Plain Text" format - the only email format that is understood by our
list system.

For years we have advised those members to use "AOL Anywhere" aka "AOL
Webmail" (www.aol.com) to compose "plain text" email messages for this list.

Recently AOL has introduced an improved *** version of its AOL Anywhere
Web-based Email system.

This is to warn fellow users of www.AOL.com that in the new version,
the default email format setting is *** not *** plain text.

Fortunately, users have the option to select "plain text" for their email.

When you use this new AOL Webmail interface for writing Email, look for
the "settings" button at the top right corner of the screen - just
below the "Sign Off" button.

The "settings" menu includes a toggle (on / off switch) for plain text email.

It's quite possible that the new AOL system has not yet been offered
to all www.aol.com users. But keep this notice in mind and use the "settings"
button for writing to this Forum when the "improved" version of AOL Netmail
comes your way.

John Paul Lowens - Mod1

*** ("Improved" In Dot Com dialect, usually translates "more profitable".
That's certainly the case here. The new version puts a large display ad
in every Write Mail window.)

German SIG #Germany Changes at "AOL anywhere" create "plain text" issue #germany

gersig@...
 

Users of AOL software versions 6 and up have difficulty writing email
in "Plain Text" format - the only email format that is understood by our
list system.

For years we have advised those members to use "AOL Anywhere" aka "AOL
Webmail" (www.aol.com) to compose "plain text" email messages for this list.

Recently AOL has introduced an improved *** version of its AOL Anywhere
Web-based Email system.

This is to warn fellow users of www.AOL.com that in the new version,
the default email format setting is *** not *** plain text.

Fortunately, users have the option to select "plain text" for their email.

When you use this new AOL Webmail interface for writing Email, look for
the "settings" button at the top right corner of the screen - just
below the "Sign Off" button.

The "settings" menu includes a toggle (on / off switch) for plain text email.

It's quite possible that the new AOL system has not yet been offered
to all www.aol.com users. But keep this notice in mind and use the "settings"
button for writing to this Forum when the "improved" version of AOL Netmail
comes your way.

John Paul Lowens - Mod1

*** ("Improved" In Dot Com dialect, usually translates "more profitable".
That's certainly the case here. The new version puts a large display ad
in every Write Mail window.)

German-born STRAUSS emigrants active in banking/art equity fund, research/documentation #germany

Lisa Thaler <lisathaler@...>
 

German-born refugees Gideon STRAUSS and Herbert A. STRAUSS are
memorialized in recent paid death notices in the New York Times (1 and
14 Mar. 2005, respectively) and of likely interest to Ger-SIG
subscribers. [No familial relationship assumed.]

Gideon STRAUSS (b. 1915 Berlin) was a banker in pre-State Israel
(1935+) and opened the New York branch of Bank Leumi Le-Israel (1948+).
STRAUSS then developed the art financing subsidiary of Rosenthal &
Rosenthal. Please contact me with any anecdotes of/experiences with
this art division. STRAUSS's memoir "It Occurred to Me: A Personal
Account" (Xlibris Corp., 2004) includes 3 descendant charts: Emanuel
STRAUSS [m. LORSCH], Salomon ROSENFELD [m. HIRSCH], and Richard CALE
[m. HENSCHEL] and family photographs; and details life among fellow
German-born emigres in pre-State Israel (see also LAQUEUR's "Generation
Exodus" on this topic), and of his professional activities.

Professor Herbert A. STRAUSS (bp. Wurzburg) made significant
contributions to the field of Jewish genealogy. Former president of
Research Foundation for Jewish Immigration. Editor of multi-volume
"Jewish Immigrants of the Nazi Period in the USA." Board Member of
American Federation of Jews >from Central Europe.

Sincerely, Lisa THALER (Chicago, IL, USA) lisathaler@...
www.sachakolin.com Researching...emigre artist Sacha KOLIN
(1911 Paris-1981 NYC; res. Vienna)

German SIG #Germany German-born STRAUSS emigrants active in banking/art equity fund, research/documentation #germany

Lisa Thaler <lisathaler@...>
 

German-born refugees Gideon STRAUSS and Herbert A. STRAUSS are
memorialized in recent paid death notices in the New York Times (1 and
14 Mar. 2005, respectively) and of likely interest to Ger-SIG
subscribers. [No familial relationship assumed.]

Gideon STRAUSS (b. 1915 Berlin) was a banker in pre-State Israel
(1935+) and opened the New York branch of Bank Leumi Le-Israel (1948+).
STRAUSS then developed the art financing subsidiary of Rosenthal &
Rosenthal. Please contact me with any anecdotes of/experiences with
this art division. STRAUSS's memoir "It Occurred to Me: A Personal
Account" (Xlibris Corp., 2004) includes 3 descendant charts: Emanuel
STRAUSS [m. LORSCH], Salomon ROSENFELD [m. HIRSCH], and Richard CALE
[m. HENSCHEL] and family photographs; and details life among fellow
German-born emigres in pre-State Israel (see also LAQUEUR's "Generation
Exodus" on this topic), and of his professional activities.

Professor Herbert A. STRAUSS (bp. Wurzburg) made significant
contributions to the field of Jewish genealogy. Former president of
Research Foundation for Jewish Immigration. Editor of multi-volume
"Jewish Immigrants of the Nazi Period in the USA." Board Member of
American Federation of Jews >from Central Europe.

Sincerely, Lisa THALER (Chicago, IL, USA) lisathaler@...
www.sachakolin.com Researching...emigre artist Sacha KOLIN
(1911 Paris-1981 NYC; res. Vienna)