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BLOCH, ELISA – French sculptress; born at Breslau Jan. 25, 1848. After receiving a thorough education at Paris, whither her parents had removed, Elisa Bloch devoted herself to sculpture. In 1878 she first exhibited in the Salon. Encouraged by...
BRANDÈS, MARTHE (Marthe-Joséphine Brunschwig) – French actress; born in Paris Jan. 31, 1862. She first studied design, sculpture, and music, and, finally, the drama. Successful in private theatricals, she entered the Paris Conservatoire and studied under Gustave Worms. In...
CRÉMIEU-FOA, ANDRÉ – An officer in the French cavalry; born in Paris Jan. 20, 1857; died at Porto Novo, North Africa, Nov., 1892. Crémieu-Foa early embraced the military career. The "Libre Parole," the organ of the anti-Semitic party, published in...
HAYEM, CHARLES – French collector and art patron; born in Paris in 1839; died there May 13, 1902; eldest son of Simon Hayem. His wife was the daughter of Adolphe Franck, and her salon was a center for artists and writers. Hayem's gift of...
KAHN, ZADOC – Chief rabbi of France; born Feb. 18, 1839, at Mommenheim, Alsace. In 1856 he entered the rabbinical school of Metz, finishing his theological studies at the same institution after it had been established at Paris as the...
KLEIN, THÉODORE – French physician; born in Durmenach, Upper Rhine, May 30, 1845; died in Paris May 4, 1902; son of the chief rabbi of Colmar. After completing his studies at the college of Colmar,Klein went to Paris, where he engaged in the...
MÜHLFELD, LUCIEN – French novelist and dramatic critic; born at Paris Aug. 4, 1870; died there Dec. 1, 1902. After completing his studies at the Lycée Condorcet he entered the University of Paris, where he took the licentiate degrees in literature...
SCHILLER, ARMAND – French journalist; born at Saint-Mandé (Seine) Aug. 7, 1857. He studied at the Lycée Condorcet, and, after receiving his dipoma as "licencié en droit" from the faculty of Paris, entered his father's printing establishment. At...