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Regina Neisser,

Author, Breslau, Silesia, Germany.

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RABINOWITSCH-KEMPNER, LYDIA – Physician; born at Kovno, Russia, Aug. 22, 1871; educated at the girls' gymnasium of her native city, and privately in Latin and Greek, subsequently studying natural sciences at the universities of Zurich and Bern (M.D.). After...
REICHER - KINDERMANN, HEDWIG – German prima donna; born at Munich July 15, 1853; died at Triest June 2, 1883; daughter of the baritone August Kindermann. She received her early instruction on the piano from her mother, and at the age of fifteen entered the...
RUBINSTEIN, SUSANNA – Austrian psychologist; born at Czernowitz, Bukowina, Sept. 20, 1847. She was the daughter of an Austrian deputy. In 1870 she entered the University of Prague, and subsequently studied at Leipsic, Vienna, and Bern (Ph.D. 1874)....
STERN, KAROLINE – German prima donna; born at Mayence April 10, 1800; date of death unknown. She studied first under her father, a violinist of repute, and then under Heidelhof. She made her début (1816) at the Nationaltheater at Treves in...
WARRENS, ROSA – Swedish poet and translator; born at Karlskrona Feb. 24, 1821; died at Copenhagen Nov. 8, 1878. At the age of five she went with her parents to Hamburg, where she remained until her father's death in 1861. She then moved to...