Lewisohn

Lewisohn
/looh"euh seuhn, -zeuhn, -sohn'/, n.
Ludwig /lud"wig/, 1882?-1955, U.S. novelist and critic, born in Germany.

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  • LEWISOHN — LEWISOHN, U.S. family of industrialists and philanthropists. LEONARD LEWISOHN (1847–1902) was born in Hamburg, Germany, the son of Samuel Lewisohn, a prominent merchant. After arriving in New York City in 1865, he and his brothers JULIUS and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lewisohn — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Ludwig Lewisohn (1882–1955), deutsch amerikanischer Schriftsteller Adolph Lewisohn (1849–1938), deutsch amerikanischer Kaufmann und Philanthrop Leonard Lewisohn (1847–1902), deutsch amerikanischer Kaufmann …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lewisohn — is a surname, and may refer to:* Irene Lewisohn (1892 1944), US philanthropist * Leonard Lewisohn (1847 1902), German American merchant and philanthropist * Ludwig Lewisohn (1882 – 1955), German American writer * Mark LewisohnLewysohn is a… …   Wikipedia

  • Lewisohn —   [ luːɪzən], Ludwig, amerikanischer Schriftsteller deutscher Herkunft, * Berlin 22. 5. 1882, ✝ Miami Beach (Fla.) 31. 12. 1955; kam 1890 in die USA. Lewisohn setzte sich aus zionistischer Sicht mit der Stellung besonders der amerikanischen Juden …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Lewisohn —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie des personnes (réelles ou fictives) partageant un même patronyme. Ludwig Lewisohn, un critique et romancier américain (1882 1955). Mark Lewisohn, un écrivain et historien britannique (1958). Catégorie :… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • LEWISOHN, LUDWIG — (1882–1955), U.S. novelist and essayist. Born into a middle class Berlin family, Lewisohn was taken to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1890. In his autobiography, Up Stream (1922), he wrote of his student years at Columbia University, where he had …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lewisohn Stadium — was an amphitheater and athletic facility built on the campus of the City College of New York, and opened in 1915. The Doric colonnaded amphitheater was built between Amsterdam and Convent Avenues, from 136th to 138th Street. It was demolished in …   Wikipedia

  • Lewisohn, Alice — (1883 1972) and Irene Lewisohn (1892 1944)    The sisters Alice, a director and scene designer, and Irene, a producer, designer, and choreographer, both best remembered as cofounders of the Neighborhood Playhouse were the eighth and tenth… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • Lewisohn — /looh euh seuhn, zeuhn, sohn /, n. Ludwig /lud wig/, 1882? 1955, U.S. novelist and critic, born in Germany …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lewisohn, Ludwig — (1883 1955)    American author and translator. Born in Berlin, he was taken to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1890. He was professor of German at Ohio State University (1911 19), and from 1948 professor of compar ative literature at Brandeis… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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