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Johann Heinrich Strack (1805-1880) was an architect who built in the style of Karl Friedrich Schinkel. His most famous work is the Berlin Victory column.

Wilhelm Loeillot (ca. 1827-1876) was a German draftsman, lithographer and publisher, active between 1840 and 1876 in Berlin. He illustrated and published numerous works related to architecture.

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Strack, Johann Heinrich, 1805-1880: Family plot in the Cemetery of the Jewish Congregatio, near Berlin, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 78.600.

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Strack, Johann Heinrich, 1805-1880

Loeillot, Wilhelm, ca. 1827-1876

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