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Lotte Jacobi Place

Lotte Jacobi Place 

Lotte Jacobi Place printed materials 1964-1968, Hillsboro, N.H.
17 items partially microfilmed: reel 2814

Lotte Jacobi worked as a portrait photographer in Berlin between 1927 and 1935. She fled to New York in 1935 from Nazi Germany. She established a gallery in Deering, New Hampshire where she exhibited works by contemporary artists. The records include printed lists of works and biographies of artists who exhibited at the Gallery.

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<>, accessed 3 January 2002.

N.H. Yeide, K. Akinsha, A.L. Walsh (eds.), AAM Guide to Provenance Research, Washington 2002, p. 228.