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Julie Braun-Vogelstein

Julie Braun-Vogelstein

Julie Braun-Vogelstein
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Was Author Writer Journalist
Field Journalism Literature
Gender female
Birth 26 January 1883, Szczecin
Death 6 February 1971, New York City (aged 88 years)
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Biography

Julie Braun-Vogelstein (1883–1971) was an art historian, author, editor, and journalist, born in Poland. In 1919 she received her PhD from the University of Heidelberg. In 1935 she left Germany for France and later the United States. In 1936 she went to California, and she lived in Carmel from time-to-time thereafter. She was a member of the board of the Leo Baeck Institute.
She was the secretary of Heinrich Braun, and became his second wife after the death of his wife Lily Braun. She was also the editor of Lily Braun's Collected Works.
She wrote and edited many books; for example she wrote Art: The Image of the West (1952) and edited The Diary of Otto Braun (1924). Otto Braun was her stepson, who died in World War I.
She died in New York City.

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