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Alfred Neumann was a German Jewish historical novelist. His work was banned in Nazi Germany and he fled in 1933 to Fiesole, than Nice, and eventually Los Angeles in 1941. He died in Lugano, Switzerland.
Emil Stumpp was born in Neckarzimmern in 1885. He studied briefly in Karlsruhe, but was largely self-taught. He was active as a painter and lithographer in Königsberg. In 1941 he died while being held as a political prisoner in Stuhm (now Sztum, Poland).
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Stumpp, Emil, 1886-1941: Alfred Neumann, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 78.580.
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